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1. Challis, Idaho Challis, Idaho Cities & towns

2. At the Confluence of Middle Fork and Main Salmon Rivers At the Confluence of Middle Fork and Main Salmon Rivers Rivers -- Idaho

3. Dead Man's Hole Dead Man's Hole Rivers -- Idaho; Mountains "Dead Man's Hole" in Salmon River below town of Challis, Idaho

4. Boys with salmon Boys with salmon Fishing; Salmon 38 1/2" female chinook salmon, caught by snagging at Sunbeam Dam

5. Middle Fork and Main Salmon River confluence Middle Fork and Main Salmon River confluence Rivers -- Idaho Confluence of Middle Fork and Main Salmon River
Turbidity of main stream is shown

6. Confluence of Middle Fork and Main Salmon Rivers Confluence of Middle Fork and Main Salmon Rivers Rivers -- Idaho Confluence of Middle Fork and Main Salmon Rivers showing the turbidity of Main Salmon River resulting from gold mine pollution

7. Valley Creek Valley Creek Rivers -- Idaho Confluence Valley Creek with Salmon River
Valley Creek is turbid with gold dredge silt
Lower Stanley, Idaho against hill in background

8. River of No Return River of No Return Rivers -- Idaho; Expeditions & surveys; Rapids Down the River of No Return showing the National Geographic expedition shooting Fiddle Rapids on the Salmon River

9. Yankee Fork Dredge Yankee Fork Dredge Gold dredging; Rivers -- Idaho Gold dredge on Yankee Fork of Salmon River It was the largest dredge in Idaho Dredge was reputed to be recovering $10,000 in flour gold each week

10. Yankee Fork Dredge Yankee Fork Dredge Gold dredging; Rivers -- Idaho Gold dredge on Yankee Fork of Salmon River It was the largest dredge in Idaho Dredge was reputed to be recovering $10,000 in flour gold each week

11. Yankee Fork Dredge Yankee Fork Dredge Gold dredging; Rivers -- Idaho Gold dredge on Yankee Fork of Salmon River It was the largest dredge in Idaho Dredge was reputed to be recovering $10,000 in flour gold each week

12. Yankee Fork Dredge Yankee Fork Dredge Gold dredging; Rivers -- Idaho Gold dredge on Yankee Fork of Salmon River It was the largest dredge in Idaho Dredge was reputed to be recovering $10,000 in flour gold each week

13. Yankee Fork Dredge Yankee Fork Dredge Gold dredging; Rivers -- Idaho Gold dredge on Yankee Fork of Salmon River It was the largest dredge in Idaho Dredge was reputed to be recovering $10,000 in flour gold each week

14. Snagging chinook salmon Snagging chinook salmon Fishing; Salmon Hauling 38 1/2 inch female chinook salmon from pool below Sunbeam Dam with gaff Fish had been hooked by snagging

15. Boys fishing Boys fishing Fishing; Salmon Landing a 29 1/2" male chinook salmon at Sunbeam Dam on the Salmon River

16. French Fork of Salmon River French Fork of Salmon River Mountains; Looking down into French Fork of Salmon River, Idaho

17. Hendricks and Dean Chandler Hendricks and Dean Chandler Mildred and Ward (Slim) Hendrick, Dean Chandler and Mike Hendrick

18. River of No Return River of No Return Rivers -- Idaho; Expeditions & surveys National Geographic Expedition down the "River of No Return" from Salmon to Lewiston, Idaho

19. View of river between Camas and Big Creek View of river between Camas and Big Creek Rivers -- Idaho; Canyons On pack trip going down Middle Fork of the Salmon River below Camas Creek confluence

20. East Fork Salmon River East Fork Salmon River Rivers -- Idaho; Roads Photo taken near US 93 close to Clayton, Idaho
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