Cities and Towns
North Central Idaho's Communities On-line; a community-based regional communications network, aimed at residents. Has sections on events, attractions.
Information on things to do and see in the Palouse area. Some photos and travel information for the communities of Pullman, Colfax, Deary, Elk River, Garfield, Genesee, Potlatch, Troy, Viola and Countryside, with a focus on Moscow and its history. (A Cactus International web site.)
The Historical Museum at St. Gertrude. HC3 Box 121, Keuterville Road, Cottonwood, ID 83522-9408. Phone: 208-962-7123; Fax: 208-962-8647. E-mail Hours: May-September, Tue-Sat, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm; Sunday, 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm; October-April, Tue-Sat, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm.
Founded in 1931, the museum is one of the oldest continuously operated museums in the Northwest. The collection contains artifacts pertaining to the mining, logging, ranching, farming, and settlement of North Central Idaho as well as a history of the Monastery of St. Gertrude. The Rhoades Emmanuel Memorial contains a unique collection of Asian and European artifacts, some of which date to the Ming Dynasty in China (1368-1644). A major fundraiser is the annual Raspberry Festival usually scheduled for early August.
Elk City Adventures. 550 Hidden Springs Road, Elk City, ID 83525. Phone: 208-842-2992.
A recreational-based community of approximately 150 people 51 miles east of Moscow at the end of State Highway 8 in the Clearwater National Forest.
Ranch and Outfitters
Located in the Clearwater drainage of the Bitterroot Mountains. Outfit for elk, deer, cougar, and bear. Hunts include: horse camp, ATV camp, trailer camp, deluxe lodge, and Cabin. Licensed and Bonded since 1985. Site offers hunting report for previous year and prospects for current year.
Idaho Antler Art/Wildlife Originals. 2920 Highway 13 Harpster, Grangeville, ID 83552. Phone: 208-983-1436.
The Chief Joseph Foundation
The Chief Joseph Foundation was established on the Nez Perce reservation of Idaho in 1991 to promote Nez Perce cultural preservation, community pride, and community healing through activities primarily centered around the Appaloosa horse. The Appaloosa horse and the Nez Perce people have cultural and emotional bonds that have historical prominence and significance.
Nez Perce Tribe
Official web site of the Nez Perce Tribe provides information on the history, legends, lifestyle and government of the Nez Perce people. Information on community events also will be found here as well as a guest book.
Boulder Creek Outfitters
Member of the Idaho Outfitters & Guides Association. Life member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
Home page for the community of Potlatch, Idaho.
Nez Perce National Historical Park. Route 1, Box 100. Highway 95 South, Spalding, ID 83540-9715. Phone: 208-843-2261; Fax: 208-843-2001.
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