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Focused on the history of the Bonner County area, the museum features historical artifacts and memorabilia. Housed inside the 1930s Luby Bay cabin, the Priest Lake Museum features historical exhibits and videos related to the history of the area.
The research library houses early photographs and documents. Visitors will learn about the Native Americans of this area, hear first hand accounts of pioneers who settled here and view photos, exhibits and artifacts related to the history of Priest Lake.
The museum chronicles the evolvement of Lava Hot Springs from the Native American people, to the traders and trappers who came to the area and later when the railroad brought tourists.
Visit a historical museum and gain insight into the history of your Idaho ancestors and the way they lived.The log house remained in the Hughes family until 1989 at which time it was purchased by the Centennial Committee and opened in 1990 as the Hughes House Historical Museum. and May Brown, the museum opened in 1974 to the public. Located at 190 North Shilling Avenue in Blackfoot, ID.The museum is filled with antiques, photos and artifacts related to the history of early St. Showcasing the potatoes that Idaho is famous for, the museum leads you through the history of the potato and the revolution of the potato industry.Built in 1902, The Hughes log house was used for a men's club and doctors office before being purchased by Raleigh Hughes in 1926.He restored the house, added to it, and made a home for his family. Housed inside the 1905 mansion built of lava rock and painted lumber by John G. It depicts what life was like among the prominent citizens of Blackfoot at the turn of the century.