History of Solaas Bed and Breakfast Phone: (208) 756-3903 Out-of-state residents call toll free: 1-877-507-5741 3 S. Baker Road Salmon, Idaho 83467 (solaasbnb.com/history.htm) Baker was once a thriving little town with its own store, post office, Lion Tamer\'s Club, opera house (a building used as a dance hall at one time), a power plant that served the Harmony Mine and a blacksmith shop with a livery stable.
Excerpt from Perilous Passage (www.his.state.mt.us/departments/press/pexerpt.html) The Montana Historical Society Press has posted several pages from Edwin Ruthven Purple journal written during the gold rush days of 1862-63. Explores for gold in the Lemhi Valley, Bannack and other sites in Idaho and Southern Montana.
Lemhi County-Genealogy Web (www.rootsweb.com/~idlemhi/index.htm) Genealogical and historical information for Lemhi county. The site includes old postcards and other information.
Salmon, Idaho History (www.salmonidaho.com/information.html) A brief local history of Salmon and the Lemhi Valley
Lemhi County Historical Society (www.sacajaweahome.com/) Lemhi County is the birthplace of Sacajawea. We are devoted to historically correct information concerning Sacajawea and the valley she was born in, Lemhi County, Idaho.
Lott's Discovery 1 (www.montana-vigilantes.org/revisit/lottdis1.html) This page on Montana-Vigilantes.org recounts the discovery of gold on Ruby creek (north of Northfork) in 1862.