by Barbara Perry Bauer on 21 February 2015
One of the most interesting aspects of our work is documenting the agricultural landscape. On a drive through any of Idaho’s rural countryside, you’ll often see the remnants of once-busy farms in abandoned barns, corrals, and hay derricks. In Ada County, which is our corner of Idaho, even as other farm buildings disappear, silos often remain, the last reminder of ... + Read more
by Tag History on 5 December 2013
We are very excited to have launched a re-vamped website. We first started to talk about a new website in 2011 and met with Aaron, our designer, several times to discuss it. Who would have thought that it would be just about exactly two years from the initial discussions to reaching the point of publishing the site and writing our ... + Read moreposted in Blog Comments Off on Welcome to our new website and blog!
by Tag History on 30 October 2013
John Regan was born in Silver City on February 6, 1886, to Timothy and Rose Blackinger Regan. Timothy Regan arrived in Silver City in 1862. After several years working a variety of jobs, Timothy achieved success as a miner, selling his claims for a good profit. He invested his money in a number of business schemes, most of which were successful. ... + Read moreposted in Blog Comments Off on About John Regan and the American Legion Hall which carries his name