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Hagerman, Idaho
geology and fossil exhibits
Hagerman, Idaho
Historical Society
local history
Dubois, Idaho
Gothic Revival mission church w/exhibits
Ashton, Idaho
Archaeology, Botanical Garden, Children's, General, History, Historic House, Military, Natural History, Park
The Hess Heritage Museum is a restored, 250-acre pioneer farm in the Upper Snake River valley. Exhibits include the outdoor implement park; an implement barn containing historic farm implements and a mural depicting the history of agriculture; a hanger exhibiting the evolution of land, snow and air travel; a carriage house; a one-room schoolhouse; a wildlife exhibit and a blacksmith shop. A Social Hall contains the Village Green, depicting the 1890s and 1940s lifestyle.
Cottonwood, Idaho
Church, Culture, History, Natural History
The museum reflects the history of North Central Idaho as well as the history of the sisters of the Monastery of St. Gertrude. Exhibits pertain to the ranching, logging, mining, farming and settlement of the region, along with a Nez Perce collection. The museum houses 70,000 artifacts with some 12,000 on display. We continue to preserve the past for the future.
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