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    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • Aerial photograph of an ancient Indian village site on Hatwai Creek near Lewiston, Idaho. The excavation was supervised by Ken Ames, state highway archaeologist and visiting professor of archaeology at Boise State, who directed the work of students...
    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • An archaeologist sifts through Pleistocene loess (fine-grained, wind blown, top soil) for Paleo-Indian material at the site of an ancient Indian village on Hatwai Creek near Lewiston, Idaho. Over 900 artifacts, thousands of flakes, bones and other...
    • Boise what where when

    • Telephone directories; Demography;
    • An informative booklet for citizens of Boise, Idaho and surrounding areas. The booklet was intended to assist individuals connect with services available to them.
    • Indian Bath Tub

    • Springs; Rock formations; Rock art; Explorers;
    • An unidentified man sits on top of the ledge looking down at the hot springs, holding a walking stick. Hot spring water flowed into what Robert W. Limbert called "Indian bath tubs" while exploring the Bruneau Valley in 1921.
    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • Archaeologists work with trowels, paintbrushes and dust pans at the Hatwai site. Two years of excavation under the direction of Ken Ames, visiting professor of archaeology at Boise State, uncovered the 'oldest' Indian village in the area, located...
    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • Archaeology students record artifact information at a Shoshoni Indian house along the Snake River, adjacent to Three Island State Park near Glenns Ferry, Idaho, during Boise State University's first annual summer archaeology field camp.
    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • Archaeology students work to uncover a Shoshoni Indian house along the Snake River, adjacent to Three Island State Park near Glenns Ferry, Idaho, during Boise State University's first annual summer archaeology field camp.
    • Field Trip Book 02

    • Travel; Roads; Camping; Fishing;
    • Edward Rhodenbaugh's daily, sometimes hourly, account of activities during the summer break of 1924. As a teacher at Gooding College, Edward had the summer off. He spent his time traveling throughout Idaho and Easter Oregon, including Craters of...
    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • Field director Ken Ames, state highway archaeologist and visiting professor of archaeology at Boise State, supervises archaeology students at the Hatwai site, near Lewiston, Idaho, excavating an ancient Indian village. The excavation crew works...
    • Field Trip Book 5

    • Geology; Education; Travel;
    • Field trip notebook of Edward F. Rhodenbaugh, mostly in Idaho locations. Note: blank pages were not included in the digital copy, but included in the pagination.
    • Indian Bath Tub

    • Springs; Rock art;
    • Hot spring water flowed into what Robert W. Limbert coined "Indian bath tubs" while exploring the Bruneau Valley in 1921. Some petroglyphs can be seen near the water that is pouring into the hole.
    • Indian Bath Tub

    • Springs; Rock formations
    • Hot spring water flows into Hot Creek into what Robert W. Limbert called the "Indian bath tubs" while exploring the Bruneau Valley in 1921.
    • Lloyd Peters

    • Peters, Lloyd, 1902-;
    • Lloyd Peters, in costume as the Indian, in Nell Shipman's lost film, "Wolf's Brush." He is on location at Lookout Mountain, near Priest Lake, Idaho. Peters chronicled his experiences working with Nell Shipman in his book, "Lionhead Lodge."
    • Women in "Indian Cave"

    • Women;
    • Margaret Limbert (far right) stands in a line with three unidentified women wearing long skirts. They are standing inside what Robert W. Limbert named "Indian Cave," which was located 18 miles northwest of Boise.
    • Group photograph in "Indian Cave"

    • Graffiti; Women;
    • Margaret Limbert (top row, far right) and Robert W. Limbert (bottom row, far right) pose with six unidentified men and women inside a dark room with a low ceiling. Graffiti is scattered across the walls, including the words "George" and "Bill."

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