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After their meals were cooked and their livestock grazed, eany (sic)(Many?) pioneers took time to record their presence on this and other rocks in the area. The land around Register Rock was a common camping area along the Oregon and California tr…
In this defile on August 10, 1862 a band of Shoshone Indians ambushed an Immigrant Train bound for Oregon killing nine white men and wounding six.
Immediately west of here you will cross a small canyon that Oregon Trail emigrants regarded as their most dangerous exposure to Indians.
After 1854, they had good reason to be alarmed. Wagon traffic has ruined important traditional Indian tra…
These reported incidents of Shoshone Indian attacks on emigrant wagon trains in this gap and surrounding area between 1851 and August 10, 1862, led to the naming of these rock outcrop as "Massacre Rocks."
The granite marker was dedicated by the …
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To the men and women of Power County
who served their country in war and peace
Of those who courageously gave their lives for freedom
World War I
Albert L. Ralphs · Robert Hutchinson · Rola…
This "Sliver Horseshoe Bar" sign marks the prior site of an American Falls Historical Building dating from its original 1912 dedication at the old townsite now covered by the reservoir created by the Snake River dam completed in 1925. Although the…
More than two decades before American Falls Dam was built, water power was generated in a series of plants at America Falls.
Starting with an island plant to serve Pocatello in 1902, this superlative site was utilized soon after long tran…
The town is named for the nearby falls of Snake River, a famous landmark for fur trappers and early western travellers (sic).
The Oregon Trail passed close to the falls, which had been named in contrast to "Canadian Falls" — now known a…