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Exhibits of the county's history, Native American and pioneer artifacts, photographs and more.
This first mission for the Nez Perce Indians was built in 1874 near Mission Creek on land donated by Chief Slickpoo. It was restored in 1960 and is open to the public as part ...
Museum offers a unique hands-on experience, featuring many artifacts and displays from the mid-1800's to the mid-1900's, including several outbuildings of square nail construction.
This one time river port is on the Snake River nine miles west of Clarkston burned in 1885.
Lewis and Clark camped on the North Bank of Lewis's or Snake River October 10, 1805 Erected October 1955 by Alice Whitman Chapter D.A.R.
Located in a former funeral home, the museum grounds contain a log cabin, school, pole barn, river barge, and house.
Whitebird Battlefield is located 15 minutes south of Grangeville, Idaho on U.S. Highway 95. The first battle of the Nez Perce War was fought here June 17, 1877 While attemptin...
Nez Perce Indian history & culture
Evolution of Appaloosa
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