Historical Markers in
Lemhi County, Idaho

A Communication Across the Continent by Water Agency Creek Bannock Pass Before the Roads Brick Charcoal Charcoal Kilns Cote's Defile Crossing the Great Divide Deep Creek Erle and Lula Embley's Cabin First Idaho Campsite First Irrigation Project Fort Bonneville Fort Lemhi From Route ... To Road Gibbonsville Gilmore Historic Lemhi Co. Hungry, Wet and Cold Idaho Hermits In Commemoration of Old Toby the Shoshone Indian In memory of Jeff Allen and Shane Heath Jerry Fahey’s Cutoff Kilns Leaving the Lemhi Valley Lemhi Pass Lemhi Shoshone Winter Camps Lewis and Clark Lewis and Clark Lewis and Clark Lewis and Clark Lewis and Clark: Departure Camp Lewis and Clark: The First Idaho Camp Lewis and Clark: Trading for Horses Lewis and Clark: Unfurling the Flag Lewis and Clark: Which Way Did They Go? Lewis Learns from the Lemhi Shoshone Lost Trail Pass Lower Birch Creek Valley MacDonald's Battle Massacred by Nez Perce Meriwether Lewis Makes Contact Nez Perce Trail Once Upon a Time Plants New to Science Prehistoric Man Preserve and Protect Rheumatism and Recreation Sacajawea Sacajawea Sacajawea Sacajawea Comes Home Sacajawea Historic Byway Sacajawea Memorial Area Salmon River Encounter Salmon River Mission Tendoy, Chief of the Lemhi Shoshone The Back Door The Bluff The Dog of Discovery The Red Rock Stage The Salmon River Mission The Withington Caldera Tower Creek Tower Rock: William Clark's "Clift" Viola - The Mine Waters Flowing to the Pacific William Clark's Campsite, August 21 and 25, 1805 William Clark's Scouting Mission William Clark's "Pirimids" Wood "Immence Ranges of High Mountains Still to the West of Us..."