Until you have a chance to come in to the Museum, the Boundary County Historical Society is building web based exhibits to to promote further interest in the heritage of the area . Boundary County, Idaho has two Peace Monuments
Until you have a chance to come in, the Museum is working on building web based exhibits centered on the life of the Kootenai Tribe. To start this new collection, this book with photos of Kootenai babies and their
Boundary County Historical Society’s Portrait Hall turns 100 years old on November 30, 2020. In honor of this momentous event, the Museum has created a virtual exhibit to share some of this history with everyone! Click on the flipbook below
The Boundary County Historical Society and Museum Cemetery Tours have become an annual off-site event. 2020 was to be the seventh in the series. Each year, Sue Kemmis, Museum Curator, and volunteers begin weeks in advance researching, gathering information, piecing
Until you have a chance to come into the Museum to see the Historical Society’s collection of logging tools, here are a few photos from the archives of Bonners Ferry area logging activities.
Until you have a chance to come in and see the Museum’s Teddy Roosevelt Caribou Display in person, a “virtual” version has been created to enjoy in the form of a “FlipBook”! In September of 1888, 29 year old