ⓘ Cache, Idaho


ⓘ Cache, Idaho

The community received its name from a cache of furs hidden near the site by French fur traders. A post office called Cache was established in 1904, and remained in operation until 1916. A variant name was "Dwight".

  • The Cache River National Wildlife Refuge is a 68, 993 acre 223 km2 2014 wildlife refuge in the state of Arkansas managed by the United States Fish
  • to Fort Hall in Idaho Some of the travelers on the trails chose to stay, populating the Bear River Valleys of Idaho and Utah. The Cache Valley was an early
  • US - 91 continues north through the valley to the Idaho state line. Both the Utah and Idaho portions of Cache Valley are part of the Logan metropolitan area
  • Idaho 99 and Utah 1 spanning Cassia County, Idaho and barely reaching into Box Elder County, Utah. The highest point in the range is Cache Peak
  • the 19th century. It is located within the Cache Valley, in parts of current - day Franklin and Preston, Idaho In Shoshoni, Moson Kahni means Home of the
  • Victor Cedron Chapen Clementsville Cache Darby National Register of Historic Places listings in Teton County, Idaho State County QuickFacts United
  • interest in building such a railroad. The northern half of the Cache Valley is in Idaho and, due to claims and disputes by the Shoshone and Bannock Indians
  • Bear Lake County is a county in the U.S. state of Idaho As of the 2010 United States Census the county had a population of 5, 986. The county seat is
  • Caribou County is a county located in the U.S. state of Idaho As of the 2010 Census the county had a population of 6, 963. The county seat and largest

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