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Noah Kellogg entered the area in 1885, was a carpenter and prospector in 1885. While Kellogg was out looking for his lost burro, he spotted a large outcropping of galena (lead ore) shining in the sunlight. It was his discovery that eventually led to the creation of the great Bunker Hill and Sullivan mines, which made the town flourish. Kellogg is part of Idaho's Silver Valley, named for the area's rich silver deposits first found in the early 1880s. Bunker Hill ceased operations about 20 years ago, but visitors can still learn about the Silver Valley's mining history at the Staff House Museum on McKinley Avenue. Mining equipment of all shapes and sizes is on display, as well as extensive metallurgical and mineral exhibits.
  
 
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Revision as of 20:27, 15 November 2010

United States > Idaho > Shoshone County > Kellogg, Idaho

Quick Facts

Former name

Geographic location

City Hall

Kellogg City Hall
1007 McKinley Avenue
Kellogg, Idaho 83837
Phone 208-786-9131
Fax 208-784-1100

Resources

Biography

Cemeteries

Church History and Records

Baptist

First Baptist Church‎
507 West Brown Avenue
Kellogg, ID 83837-2001

(208) 783-2484


Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Historical

Many of the original records of church units are in the Church History Library in Salt Lake City. Many of the membership records covering these units from the date of their creation to about 1948 have been microfilmed and are available at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City or at its Family History Centers. Records of the Kellogg-Wallace Branch (1947) are in this collection.


Roman Catholic

Current

St Rita's Catholic Church
27 Kellogg Avenue
Kellogg, ID 83837-2626

(208) 786-2981

Historical

Records of the St Rita's Catholic Church of Kellogg (1914-1965) have been microfilmed by the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah from records held in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Boise. These films can be viewed at the Library in Salt Lake City or in any of it Family History Centers.


Other

Silver Valley Church Of The Nazarene‎
631 South Division Street
Kellogg, ID 83837-2616

(208) 784-6951


Mountain View Congregational Church‎
525 West Cameron Avenue
Kellogg, ID 83837

(208) 786-8801


Silver Valley Assembly of God‎
321 South Division Street
Kellogg, ID 83837-2401

(208) 786-9111


All Nations Christian Center‎
7 East Market Avenue
Kellogg,, ID 83837

(509) 844-4400


Kingdom Hall‎ - Jehovah's Witness
106 South Division Street
Kellogg, ID 83837-2548

(208) 682-4532


Christian Life Center‎
308 West Mission Avenue
Kellogg, ID 83837-2159

(208) 784-6231

Directories

The Idaho State Archives in Boise has a collection of city, county, regional and state directories.

Funeral Homes

Shoshone Funeral Service
106 S Main St
Kellogg, Idaho 83837
(208) 786-5121
http://shoshonefuneralservice.com/

History

Noah Kellogg entered the area in 1885, was a carpenter and prospector in 1885. While Kellogg was out looking for his lost burro, he spotted a large outcropping of galena (lead ore) shining in the sunlight. It was his discovery that eventually led to the creation of the great Bunker Hill and Sullivan mines, which made the town flourish. Kellogg is part of Idaho's Silver Valley, named for the area's rich silver deposits first found in the early 1880s. Bunker Hill ceased operations about 20 years ago, but visitors can still learn about the Silver Valley's mining history at the Staff House Museum on McKinley Avenue. Mining equipment of all shapes and sizes is on display, as well as extensive metallurgical and mineral exhibits.

Maps

Military History and Records

Minorities

Newspapers

Current

A fire in the Kellogg newspaper office of the Shoshone New Press on 23 September 2010, reported by the Spokane/Coeur d'Alene television station KXLY, destroyed many of the paper copies in their "newspaper morgue." However, much of that archives had been copied and is available at the Idaho State Archives, as listed below.

Historical

Copies of issues of Kellogg newspapers are in the collections of the Idaho State Archives in Boise, including the following:

Wardner news -- 1907:1:5-1914:7:18
Kellogg Wardner news, 1914 -- 1914:7:18-1930:12:26
Kellogg evening news -- 1924:3:12-1985:5:3
Kellogg daily reminder -- 1931:5:4, 11:27
Shoshone tribune -- 1951:1:5-1952:11
Kellogg Wardner news, 1961 -- 1961:1:-1985:6:27
Shoshone County news-press -- 1985:5:6-1988:9:30
Shoshone news-press -- 1988:10:3-present

Obituaries

School Records

Websites

References