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http://www.stanleycc.org/services/the-city-of-stanley-idaho/<br>Stanley City Clerk<br>P.O. Box 53 / Highway 21<br>Stanley , ID 83278<br>Tel: 208-774-2286<br>Fax: 208-774-2278
  
 
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<u>Stanley Cemetery</u> - Some records of this cemetery are at the Idaho State Archives in Boise; transcription of 47 gravestones available through [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=csr&CScn=Stanley&CScntry=4&CSst=15&CScnty=664 Find-a-Grave].com website; transcription of 39 gravestones available through [http://www.interment.net/data/us/id/custer/stanley/stanley.htm Interment].net website.
  
 
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Stanley, ID 83279
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The first men in the valley were fur trappers, but it was gold that opened up the region. In 1890 the town was established and is one of the few gold era towns remaining, and the basin is littered with ghost towns, such as Vienna on Smiley Creek, Sawtooth City in Beaver, and Custer and Bonanza on the Yankee Fork of the Salmon River. The town takes its name from the surrounding basin, itself named for Captain John Stanley, a Civil War veteran. He was leading a party of prospectors who passed through the basin on their way to Idaho City. The party found a small amount of placer gold, and Stanley didn't return but one of the party, A.P. Challis, did and mined around Stanley for many summers.
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Copies of issues of some [http://history.idaho.gov/library_collections.html#anchor562626 newspapers]&nbsp;in the collections of the Idaho State&nbsp;Archives in Boise may be of interest to residents of Stanley.  
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While there are no copies of issues of&nbsp;Stanley [http://history.idaho.gov/library_collections.html#anchor562626 newspapers]&nbsp;in the collections of the Idaho State&nbsp;Archives in Boise, there are other newspapers which&nbsp;may be of interest to residents of Stanley.
  
 
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Revision as of 18:43, 22 February 2011

United States > Idaho > Custer County > Stanley

Quick Facts

Former name

Geographic location

City Hall

http://www.stanleycc.org/services/the-city-of-stanley-idaho/
Stanley City Clerk
P.O. Box 53 / Highway 21
Stanley , ID 83278
Tel: 208-774-2286
Fax: 208-774-2278

Resources

Biography

Cemeteries

Stanley Cemetery - Some records of this cemetery are at the Idaho State Archives in Boise; transcription of 47 gravestones available through Find-a-Grave.com website; transcription of 39 gravestones available through Interment.net website.

Church History and Records

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Current

Airport Road

Stanley, ID 83279

(208) 774-4428

Episcopal

Presbyterian

Roman Catholic

Directories

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

Funeral Homes

History

The first men in the valley were fur trappers, but it was gold that opened up the region. In 1890 the town was established and is one of the few gold era towns remaining, and the basin is littered with ghost towns, such as Vienna on Smiley Creek, Sawtooth City in Beaver, and Custer and Bonanza on the Yankee Fork of the Salmon River. The town takes its name from the surrounding basin, itself named for Captain John Stanley, a Civil War veteran. He was leading a party of prospectors who passed through the basin on their way to Idaho City. The party found a small amount of placer gold, and Stanley didn't return but one of the party, A.P. Challis, did and mined around Stanley for many summers.


www.gonorthwest.com/Idaho/central/Stanley/stanley.htm

Maps

Military History and Records

Minorities

Newspapers

Historical

While there are no copies of issues of Stanley newspapers in the collections of the Idaho State Archives in Boise, there are other newspapers which may be of interest to residents of Stanley.

Obituaries

School Records

Websites

References