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Historic mining town
(population 1010) just off Hwy I-90. Famous as the "Silver Capital of the
World." Every building in town is on the U.S. National Historic Register
Known for its silver mining history and mountain recreation, Wallace offers two ski areas,
access to numerous snowmobile trails and many alpine lakes. Web site offers a wealth
of information about this historic town in Silver Valley.
Personal narrative and photos by Mark Sedenquist and Megan Edwards of their stay in Sandpoint and then Wallace. They describe the
people they met, and interesting things to see, such as Jerry McKinnon's spaceship house.
Offering adventure travel in Washington, Idaho and Montana. Online bookings.
Brewing Company. 610 Bank Street, Wallace, ID 83873. Phone: 208-660-3430.
Best selection of books on the
Handbooks: Idaho 5th Edition by Don Root. May 2004, Paperback, 4th
edition, Paperback, 568 pages. For journeys off the beaten path, Moon
Handbooks Idaho is the only guide available that completely covers the
Rocky Mountain state's densely forested mountains, sage-covered deserts,
crystalline lakes, and culturally rich cities.
Scenic Highways: A Mile-By-Mile Road Guide
by Kathleen E. Rivers, John Plummer
November 1997, Paperback, 150 pages, (guidebook)
Information on geology, history,
hiking, wildflowers and more.
Atlas & Gazetteer by DeLorme
Publishing. ISBN: 0899332846;
Paperback, June 2000, 3rd Edition.
the Whitewater State
by Grant Amaral, Mary Williams (Illustrator), Doug Ammons (Editor)
Paperback, 316 pages; July 4, 1990
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