Searching Salmon Falls tells the story about a series of treks that enables the author to witness a slice of the watershed - from the creek's finish in Idaho to its source in a remote Nevada wilderness.
Stone by Stone on the Oregon Trail
Bev Stone conducted years of research, studying scores of emigrant diaries, documents, and photographs. the resulting flow of quotes and insights will carry the reader along with emigrants themselves on this, the largest voluntary migration recorded history ... traveling the Oregon Trail.
by Bev and Gary Stone
Geology Underfoot in Southern Idaho
by Shawn Willsey is now in stock.
$25 plus tax.
Duane Ramseyer's book of "Sucker Flat" is just one of many local history books available for sale at the museum.
Daisies Don't Tell
Daisies Don't Tell relates the compelling story of an extraordinary woman who trades a life of refinement for the hardscrabble existence of a diary farmer's wife.
by Lorayne Orton Smith.
"Rogerson Idaho" compiled by Peggy Cristobal.
Peggy passed away September 22, 2017 and her family helped complete and print this book. Books are $20 (plus tax). Anita Cristobal Nowak will donate money raised to the Rogerson school fund.
Gus Brackett's "Badger Thurston" books are meant for children but are an easy read for anyone and include illustrations by Don Gill.