Experience Virtual Exhibits!


Across the country, Museum’s have been creating virtual tours enabling people to “visit” their local Museum from home.

Below are some of the ideas we have come up with so far.

BFJHS Students Oral History Book

Bonners Ferry Junior high students interview senior citizens for book on history In January and February of 2002, 8th grade publica­tions students visited and conducted ...
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Bonners Ferry During Prohibition Days

Prohibition in Idaho and its influence on Boundary County The "Roaring Twenties" and "Dirty Thirties" generated some wild times in Boundary County's history.  Experience a ...
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Kootenai Pictionary

The latest edition to the web-based virtual exhibits featuring the life of the Kootenai Tribe contains 52 artifacts and 32 photos from the Museum’s collection ...
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Bonners Ferry Blacksmiths

Here is a virtual look at the Boundary County Museum "Fire and Flames" exhibit which explains the history of blacksmithing and local smithies Peter Silas ...
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Border Peace Monuments

Until you have a chance to come in to the Museum, the Boundary County Historical Society is building web based exhibits to promote further interest ...
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Kootenai Life – Cradleboards

The Museum is working on building web-based virtual exhibits centered on the life of the Kootenai Tribe. To start this new collection, this book with ...
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Portrait Hall Turns 100 Years Old

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 ...
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TR Visits Bonners Ferry

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 ...
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Logging in Boundary County

The Museum has on display an extensive collection of logging tools. This virtual logging exhibit is enhanced with photos from the archives showing Boundary County ...
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