Welcome to
Minidoka County, Idaho

 

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 please contact the County Coordinator: Christine Storey

 

Site index of the history and genealogy information available.


County Facts

Minidoka County was created January 28, 1913
from the parent county of Lincoln.  According to the County Government site,

it was named after the only settlement in the area, a railroad siding.

Included land area is 762 square miles.

In the 1880's it was part of Cassia County.

The county seat is Rupert.

It consists of the small farming communities of
Acequia, Heyburn, Minidoka, Paul, and Rupert.

Adjoining counties include:

 Blaine, Lincoln, Jerome and Cassia.
 

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Minidoka Archives up dated Frequently

Minidoka Count Archives

Additional Archives

 Western States Marriage Index

Idaho Death Index   and Notice

Cemeteries

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Military

Rupert Won County Seat  new

 new     The Virtual Wall   Vietnam Casualties

   508th Parachute Infantry Regiment      new

Museum 

Camp Minidoka -- Internment

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Penny Post Cards from Idaho

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                   Search the 1940 Census       new

       Idahoan Legacy      new

  Old Disease and Illnesses

Cindi's List of Genealogy Sites

Epidemics in Minidoka Co.  new

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               BLM Land Records

 

 

 

                                                                        OLD PHOTO'S OF PAUL AND HEYBURN, IDAHO      

Cheese Factory in early Paul,Idaho

Main street, Paul, Idaho -

Main street in Paul, Idaho -1921

Minidoka Dam

Not Paul State Bank

Sugar Factory in construction

Paul Idaho- 14 June 1917

Old folks of Paul & Heyburn- 1916

Paul Mutual - May 1921

Paul, Idaho - 1921

Ball Game -Paul Idaho

Hewewell, farm at Paul, Idaho

 

Site last updated Jan 1 2018

Christine Storey  2011-2018

Mike St. Clair 2005-2009

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