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We are so excited you found us. Come join us and see why the unraveling of family history is the fastest growing hobby in the land. All members of Idaho Genealogical Society and persons interested in their family history are welcome. The Idaho Genealogical Society meets 11 months out of the year. December is our holiday month.

Board meetings are held at the Lake Hazel Library, located at the corner of Five Mile and Lake Hazel, 10489 Lake Hazel Road, Boise, Idaho 83709.

Publications

  If you have questions about publications,email idahogenealogy@hotmail.com


Idaho Genealogical Society Quarterly
Past Copies of Idaho Genealogical Society Quarterly
Volume 1, 1958 to Volume 49, 2006
(Click on above link to view Quarterly Index Tables of Contents. The file is a PDF and will open in a new browser window.)

Please Specify Volume #, Edition #, and Year when ordering.
$5.00


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1910 INDEX TO IDAHO FEDERAL CENSUS
Index to heads of households. 983 pages plus addendum. Hardbound. $19.95



FOOTPRINTS THROUGH IDAHO
Pioneers in Idaho on or before July 3, 1890.  Pedigrees abstracted from applications for Pioneer Certificates.  Lines of descent to submitter. Volumes I and II have surname indexes.  Volume III has a cumulative full name index to more than 3000 names in the three volumes.  Perfect bound.
Volume I
(certificates 1-566) 162 pages
$12.50
Volume II
(certificates 567-999) 241 pages
$12.50

Volume III  
(certificates 1000-1799) 404 pages
$25.00

Milleman Newspaper Clipping Scrapbook
Milleman Newspaper Clipping Scrapbook 1865-1905 and Annotated Index
MILLEMAN NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS 1865-1905 ANNOTATED INDEX
Jolyn Lockhart-Larson.  Theodore Milleman pasted clippings from early newspapers into a scrapbook. Most of these newspapers were not preserved, but the scrapbook was and with it much of early Southwestern Idaho history.  237 pages. Hardbound.
$55.00
MILLEMAN SCRAPBOOK on microfilm
For many years until his death in 1905, Theodore Milleman clipped articles of interest and pasted them onto pages of an old Atlas. It is 21 ½” X 17” and contains over 72 pages. In 1924, it was donated to the Idaho State Historical Society. Now kept at the State Archives, it is no longer available for public use due to its fragile condition.
Events such as births, deaths, weddings, personal and political happenings are chronicled in the scrapbook.  And now it is on microfilm for your viewing pleasure!
$38.00
Buy The Index AND The Scrapbook on microfilm and pay only $90.00 for The Scrapbook $90.00


Misc
BINGHAM COUNTY REGISTER OF DEATHS 1907-1909 –9 pages
$3.00
 
BONNER COUNTY MICROFILM DEATH INDEX 1907-1909 –Gives names, date of death, age, place, and page # on Bonner County Microfilm. 6 pages. 
$3.00
OLD MIDDLETON CEMETERY, compiled by Jolyn Lockhart-Lawson. Readings of gravestones dated 1881 to present. An older section has no marked graves.  New cemetery has not been read yet.  Oldest cemetery plowed under and no old-timer found who remembers it. Complete. 30 pages.  Print on demand.
$17.50
PLEASANT RIDGE CEMETERY, old private cemetery 2.5 mi east of Caldwell. Gravestones read by IGS in 1965. 3 pages
$2.00
PIONEERS ATTENDING THE “CALDWELL DAYS OF ’83 DINNER”, edited by Patricia L. Packard.  Names of slightly over 300 pioneers who had been in the area 50 or more years and attended a dinner calculated to have been held in 1948.  Annotated. 5 pages.  Print on demand.
$2.50
EARLY SETTLEMENT OF LOWER BOISE VALLEY Part 1 and Part 2
Part 1: Autobiography of Anderson Cox, edited by Alice Smith. Anderson Cox came with is parents, Reuben and Anna Napier Cox, on the Oregon Trail to Canyon County in 1864.  Possibly the best description we have of life in early Idaho. 19 pages. Print on demand.

$5.00
Part 2: Descendants of Reuben and Anna Napier Cox –not completed, therefore not available at this time.
$5.00
GRAVE SITES: YANKEE FORK TO LOON CREEK AREA
H. Arthur Packard.  More specifically, grave sites of the Yankee Fork and Loon Creek Mining Districts.  Two cemeteries, one boot hill, and numerous scattered gravesites.  Oral history, newspapers, readings of the few gravestones. Work complete.  Revised 14 May 2002. Nice 25-page pamphlet.
$5.00
PEOPLE OF THE YANKEE FORK
compiled by Patricia L. Packard.
Partial reconstruction of inhabitants of the Yankee Fork and Loon Creek Mining Districts from the late 1870s to the 1940s. This document serves as a quick reference to people and index to literature or oral history.  Most research completed, but some newspapers not yet read.  Research notes. 390 pages. 
Name search . . . $1.00 per page 
$69.75
REGISTER OF DEATHS, IDAHO COUNTY 1907-1911, transcribed by Jolyn Lockhart-Lawson.  Miscellaneous 1970-1987 entries.  Grangeville, Idaho. FHC Roll #1513802, HIS MF #9 Item 5. Original was handwritten and hard to read. 13 pages. Print on demand.
$3.75
JEROME COUNTY
WENDELL CEMETERY
, Jolyn Lockhart-Lawson.  Gravestone readings.  Work complete. 59 pages. Print on Demand.
$14.75
LEMHI COUNTY DEATH INDEX 1907-1911, transcribed by Jolyn Lockhart-Lawson. Original was handwritten and hard to read. Transcribed from Roll #1522065, Item 2. 3 pages.
$2.00
LEESBURG GOLD RUSH PIONEERS 1866-1870, Pat Packard. 
Index to scattered literature records of pioneers of the first five years of the Leesburg area.  In it’s early stage, 475 names, 12 pages. Print on demand.
$3.00
OWYHEE COUNTY GLEANINGS, compiled by Wilma Lewis Statham.  All available early newspapers for the area have been abstracted for marriages, births, deaths, and school attendance.  The Owyhee County courthouse burned in 1884. This publication substitutes for the lost records. 20 pages. Comb binding.
$12.50
GRAVEYARD POINT, Helen Olson –Reconstruction of a destroyed pioneer cemetery.  Complete. 1 page. Print on demand.
$1.25
1854 TRAIL JOURNAL OF HARVEY H. JONES, edited by Patricia L. Packard. Only eyewitness account of Ward Massacre recorded at the time of the event. Partial reconstruction of members of wagon train. Research notes. 17 pages. Print on demand.
$5.00
1862 KENNEDY TRAIN, Marjorie Ellis Miles and Patricia L. Packard. Narrative of trip across the plains and partial reconstruction of rosters of several wagon trains involved.  One of the most intriguing wagon trains on the Oregon Trail. Research notes. 34 pages. Print on demand. $9.50
DATABASE –Research
ROSTER OF OREGON TRAIL TRAVELERS, Patricia L. Packard.
Documented list of Oregon Trail pioneers and the wagon trains in which they traveled.  The database contains some 26,000 names (a little better than a 1 in 20 chance of finding any one name).  Send the name of your traveler and, if known, the year of travel and wagon train.  If we have the name, we will supply that portion of the roster referencing the wagon train they were in. Number of pages vary due to differences of amount of info on each wagon train. Research notes.  $1.00 search fee and $1.00 per page if the name is found.
Search fee:
$1.00

Price per page:
$1.00