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    • Owyhee Canyonlands Wilderness Part B

    • Deserts; Conservation of natural resources; Land use; Public opinion; Environmental policy; Land use; Recreation;
    • Chapter VI to end of the Owyhee Canyonlands Wilderness Report: coordination, consistency, and public participation.
    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • South facing overview of the Hatwai archaeological site near Lewiston, Idaho, an ancient Indian village, excavated under the direction of Ken Ames, visiting professor of archaeology at Boise State.
    • River of No Return Wilderness Part C Appendix

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    • Cover title: Frank Church--River of No Return Wilderness management plan. Prepared in compliance with the requirements of Section 5 of the Central Idaho Wilderness Act of 1980 (P.L.96-312), by the Wilderness Planning Team, Salmon National Forest...
    • Andrus files on wilderness management

    • Environmental policy; Legislation; National parks & reserves; Conservation of natural resources; Mining; Lumber;
    • PUBLIC LAW 96-312-JULY 23, 1980. CRS Report for Congress: Special Management Areas In The National Forest System. Wilderness Newsletters. House Joint Resolution 163, copies of various wilderness bills and national clippings related to proposals...
    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • Boise State instructor Mario Delisio and student Don Yount probe a desert cave south of Boise for archaeological remains.
    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • Archaeologists excavate at Danskin Rock Shelter, an archaeological site on the South Fork of the Boise River, during a dig directed by Boise State anthropology professor Mark Plew.
    • Unknown Places_Display

    • Promotional materials; Publicity photographs; Union Pacific Railroad Company; Tourism
    • Union Pacific Railroad Company published this promotional booklet to promote tourism and the railroad in Idaho, written and illustrated by Robert Limbert. The booklet is filled with photographs taken by Limbert while exploring Craters of the Moon,...
    • River of No Return Wilderness Management Plan

    • National parks & reserves; Research; Maps; Recreation; Wildlife conservation; Grazing; Land use;
    • Cover title: Frank Church--River of No Return Wilderness management plan. Prepared in compliance with the requirements of Section 5 of the Central Idaho Wilderness Act of 1980 (P.L.96-312), by the Wilderness Planning Team, Salmon National Forest...
    • 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;
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Owyhee Canyonlands Wilderness Part A

    • Conservation of natural resources; Wildlife conservation; Environmental policy; Public opinion; Maps; Land use;
    • The purpose of the Owyhee Canyonlands Wilderness EIS is to develop a recommendation concerning the suitability of wilderness designation for eight wilderness study areas (WSAs) along the Owyhee River where the states of Oregon, Idaho, and Nevada...
    • 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.
    • Redfish Pamphlet

    • Promotional materials; Publicity photographs; Mountains; Lakes & ponds;
    • Authored by Robert Limbert, this sixteen page promotional brochure describes Redfish Lake Lodge as the ideal place for sportsmen, hunters, horseback riders, naturalists, and anyone who wants to partake in all the back country has to offer. Includes...
    • 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...
    • Comprehensive Management Plan (CMP)

    • Correspondence; National parks & reserves; Environmental policy; Recreation; Fires; Lumber; Grazing; Salmon; Conservation of natural resources;
    • Letters regarding input on Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) relating to commercial activities within the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness; also mentions the Sawtooth National Forest and Hell's Canyon
    • 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 at the site of a Shoshoni house along the Snake River near Three Island State Park, Glenns Ferry, Idaho, during Boise State University's first annual summer archaeology summer field camp.

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