Lemhi County Historical Museum

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Facility:Lemhi County Historical Museum
Description:Lemhi County was the first place Lewis and Clark crossed the Continental Divide into what is now Idaho and this museum features Lewis and Clark information. It also features the largest collection of Lemhi Shoshoni artifacts, including headdresses and peace pipes, plus the unique Ray Edwards Oriental Collection, donated by a local man who traveled extensively in Asia in the 1920's. Other Chinese artifacts date back to Chinese settlers in the area. Learn about Elmer Keith, a notorious sharp-shooter, from a display which includes his 5 gallon hat, pistol and boots.
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Address 1:210 Main St.
Address 2:
City:Salmon
State/Province:ID
Zip Code:83467
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Hours:Jun.-Aug., Mon.-Sat., 9am-5pm
Apr.-May & Sept.-Oct., Mon.-Sat., 12:30pm-4:30pm or by appointment
Closed Nov.-Mar.
Admission:Adults, $2, Children under 12, free
Telephone:(208) 756-3342
Website:Visit Website
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