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(left) Brush fire northeast of Pocatello Creek Road, (September, 1992). Airplane is returning to Pocatello airport after dropping fire retardant. Such fires are common in Southeastern Idaho in the summer and fall.

(below) Mackay, Lower Cedar Creek canyon and Mount McCaleb, looking northeast from the Empire Copper Mine in the White Knob Mountains, 1930s; Bannock County Historical Society collection.

References

  1. Link, P.K., and Hackett, W.R., editors, 1988, Guidebook to the geology of central and southern Idaho: Idaho Geological Survey Bulletin 27, 318 p.

  2. Link, P.K., Kuntz, M.A., and Platt, L.B., editors, 1992, Regional Geology of Eastern Idaho and Western Wyoming: Geological Society of America Memoir 179, 310 p.

  3. Taylor, Dorice, 1980, Sun Valley: Sun Valley, Idaho, Ex Libris, Sun Valley, Idaho 83353, 264 p.

  4. Wells, Merle W., 1983, Gold Camps and Silver Cities; Nineteenth century mining in central and southern Idaho (2nd edition): Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology Bulletin 22, 165 p.

  5. Worl, R.G., Kiilsgaard, T.H., Bennett, E.H., Link, P.K., Lewis, R.S., Mitchell, V.E., Johnson, K.M., and Snyder, L.D., 1991, Geologic map of the Hailey 1 x 2 quadrangle, Idaho: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File report 91-340, scale 1:250,000.

  6. Wyndham, Harald, editor, 1989, Things to do in Idaho: Pocatello, Idaho, Blue Scarab Press, 243 S. 8th Avenue, Pocatello, Idaho 83201, 40 p.

  7. Wyndham, Harald, editor, 1986, Famous Potatoes, Southeast Idaho Poetry: Pocatello, Idaho, Blue Scarab Press, 243 S. 8th Avenue, Pocatello, Idaho 83201, 64 p.


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