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This timeline is a work in progress. If you see errors or have additions please let me know. Please phone, write, e-mail, or tell me if you have information or comments. LeRoy Meyer, 5019 Lakes Edge Place, Garden City, ID 83714-1957 Phone 853-5020 E-mail: meyer31@mindspring.com

Draft #7, July 9, 2000 Draft #8, Feb. 22, 2001 Draft #9, Aug. 9, 2001 Draft #10 Feb. 2002 Draft #11 March 2003

Can you help with these questions?

  • 1.

    Curtis Creek flows into the South Fork of the Salmon River about 2 miles southwest of Warm Lake. Who was the creek named after? Appears on 1933 map.

  • 2.

    Stolle meadows were named after whom? The book “History of the Boise National Forest 1905-1976” says he was an early packer who cut hay for sale. On the Gold Bar Placer claim a C. M. Stolle was one of 8 signers. He was a mining engineer who was born in Dec. 1855. Could this have been an uncle or other relative?

  • 3.

    How did Paradise Valley get its name? The name was used in 1933 on the CCC’s water system plans. Bob Barr told Ross Hadfield the place was as close as he was going to get to heaven.

  • 4.

    Any photos of the Thunderbolt mine located 4 miles up Cabin Creek from Paradise Valley?

5. Where are the earliest aerial photos of Warm Lake/Knox area? A report of 1933 photo’s.


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