Lemhi County Historical Society

Location: 210 Main Street, Salmon
Phone: (208) 756-3342
Lemhi County is home to one of the most recognized Native Americans in the country. As the birthplace of Sacajawea, Lewis and Clark’s famed interpreter and aide, the Lemhi County Historical Society is devoted to portraying historically accurate information about her and the valley in which she was born. Exhibits include Native American artifacts such as peace pipes and headdresses, interpretations of the Lewis and Clark journey, an extensive Ray Edward oriental collection from early Chinese settlers, and information regarding famed sharp shooter, Elmer Keith. The museum is open from 9 AM to 5 PM Monday through Saturday from April 15 through October. Admission is $2 for adults with free admission for youth under 16.

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