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by Cassia County Historical Society,Valerie K. Bowen

ePub Cassia County (Images of America) download
Author:
Cassia County Historical Society,Valerie K. Bowen
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978-0738569284
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0738569283
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Arcadia Publishing (April 8, 2009)
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Images of America: Idaho). by. Valerie K. Bowen, Cassia County Historical Society. Cassia County is located in south-central Idaho along the Snake River

Images of America: Idaho). Cassia County is located in south-central Idaho along the Snake River. It has more pioneer trails going through it than any other county in the United States. Called the "Crossroads of the Pioneers," the area was recognized for its beauty and diversity by California- and Oregon-bound travelers who stayed to develop communities that are as varied as the county's geography.

Nearly one hundred years later, the society boasts the largest collection of photographs and data pertaining to Sauk County's history.

Cassia County is a county in the . As of the 2010 Census the county had a population of 22,952. The county seat and largest city is Burley. Cassia County is included in the Burley, ID Micropolitan Statistical Area. The first Europeans explored the Milner area in Cassia County in 1811. The Raft River's junction with the Oregon Trail marked the split for the California Trail.

Located on County Farm Road in Harrison, Clare County Farm Cemetery was opened in May of 1912 nd.

The building in the background of this northeast-facing image is the library location today. The bandstand with four attached watering troughs sat in the city center on Main Street and Second Street. It was later moved to the City Park. Located on County Farm Road in Harrison, Clare County Farm Cemetery was opened in May of 1912 nd and no gravestones exist at this site. Records do show many residents died at the farm and some are listed as "buried here.

Burley is home to Cassia Historical Society Museum

Earn free nights, get our Price Guarantee & make booking easier with Hotels. Burley is home to Cassia Historical Society Museum. Burley is a family-friendly city known for its selection of restaurants. If you want to find things to do in the area, you might want to stop in and see River's Edge Golf Course and Freedom Park. Where Can I Stay near Cassia Historical Society Museum? You might want to consider this hotel in Cassia Historical Society Museum. Super 8 by Wyndham Heyburn/Burley Area - . mi (. km) away.

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The Washington County Historical Society, Janean Mollet-Van Beckum. High Society Men's Interest Magazines. Society Paperback Books.

Cassia County was created in 1879 from the parent County of Owyhee and a Temporary County seat was approvedĀ . County officers declared elected as County and Precinct officers as of June 9 1879 were: Probate Judge James H. Chase; Sheriff .

Cassia County was created in 1879 from the parent County of Owyhee and a Temporary County seat was approved 20 Feb 1879. On April 7 1879 Marsh Basin was appointed as temporary County seat. Weatherman; Treasurer . Robison; Assessor . Gray; County Commissioners . Beecher and Sidney Kelly; Coroner . Burch; Surveyor Frank Riblett.

Cassia County was created by the Idaho Territorial Legislature on February 20. .State legislators from Cassia County traditionally hold their seats for long periods of time. "Historical Census Browser". University of Virginia Library. Retrieved June 28, 2014.

Cassia County was created by the Idaho Territorial Legislature on February 20, 1879, by a partition of Owyhee County, with the county seat at Albion. A western portion became Twin Falls County in 1907. The county assumed its present boundaries when an eastern portion became Power County on January 30, 1913. The county seat was moved to Burley in 1918.

Cassia County is located in south-central Idaho along the Snake River. It has more pioneer trails going through it than any other county in the United States. Called the "Crossroads of the Pioneers," the area was recognized for its beauty and diversity by California- and Oregon-bound travelers who stayed to develop communities that are as varied as the county's geography. As time and progress came to the area, the railroads, dams, and irrigation played an important part in the development of the county. What was first seen as desert and sagebrush became rich and abundant farmland. Cattle ranching, sheepherding, mining, farming, and industry learned to work together to make this corner of the Wild West prosper.
  • Great Book Thanks

  • very informative book on the areas and towns. I was more interested in reading more about the people and early settled families since I have ancestors from the area. but I did enjoy what i learned and look forward to more books by this author.