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Blaine County Historical Museum [ID]

The Blaine County Historical Museum serves as a place for participants to explore the Wood River Valley's past; research family histories; and view stored vignettes of mines, schools, agricultural contributions, transportation expansion, famous literary personalities, period fashions, western attire, and political memorabilia. Each display contributes to the historical perspective of life as early inhabitants and pioneers experienced it.

The museum offers exhibits and research library access.

 
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