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Wickahoney (also spelled Wickahony) was a stage stop. It was also once the home of the Dunning family, who established a ranch there in 1887, near Wickahoney Springs. It had a functioning post office and had ranches nearby. It provided a welcome rest along the stage route from Mountain City, Nevada to Mountain Home, Idaho<ref>Wickahoney Stage Stop, Desert Hideaways (http://idahoptv.org/outdoors/shows/deserthideaways/wickahoney.cfm)</ref>.  
 
Wickahoney (also spelled Wickahony) was a stage stop. It was also once the home of the Dunning family, who established a ranch there in 1887, near Wickahoney Springs. It had a functioning post office and had ranches nearby. It provided a welcome rest along the stage route from Mountain City, Nevada to Mountain Home, Idaho<ref>Wickahoney Stage Stop, Desert Hideaways (http://idahoptv.org/outdoors/shows/deserthideaways/wickahoney.cfm)</ref>.  
  
The stage stop was built in the late 1890s and fell into disrepair and disuse when a change in the route was made in the 1930s.  
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The stage stop was built in the late 1890s and fell into disrepair and disuse when a change in the route was made in the 1930s.
 
 
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United States > Idaho > Owyhee County > Wickahoney

Quick Facts

Former name

Geographic location

Resources

Cemeteries

Directories

A directory of the residents and businesses of Wickahoney in 1898 is included in A Historical, Descriptive and Commercial Directory of Owyhee County, Idaho. A copy of the directory is in the Idaho State Archives, the Owyhee County Museum, and other Idaho libraries.[1] It is also available on microfilm through the Family History Library in Salt Lake City and its many family history centers.

History

Wickahoney (also spelled Wickahony) was a stage stop. It was also once the home of the Dunning family, who established a ranch there in 1887, near Wickahoney Springs. It had a functioning post office and had ranches nearby. It provided a welcome rest along the stage route from Mountain City, Nevada to Mountain Home, Idaho[2].

The stage stop was built in the late 1890s and fell into disrepair and disuse when a change in the route was made in the 1930s.

School Records

Websites

References

  1. A Historical, Descriptive and Commercial Directory of Owyhee County, Idaho. Silver City, Idaho: Press of the Owyhee Avalanche, 1898.
  2. Wickahoney Stage Stop, Desert Hideaways (http://idahoptv.org/outdoors/shows/deserthideaways/wickahoney.cfm)

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