WELCOME TO IDGENWEB PROJECT
The IDGenWeb Project is a genealogical and historical collection from the state of Idaho and its counties. The state and each county site are provided by volunteers, who are committed to dedicate and to promote free genealogical and historical resources from its respective localities and its state's rich ancestral history. Come and browse our state site to find what's available in each of our county's sites that may or may not be readily available to our patrons online. Welcome!
Idaho's Mysteries, the home of where unsolved mystery of events, incidents, photographs, or family stories can be hosted, and perhaps, solved. If you have any mystery to unsolve, and would like some answers, then this is the place to host those kinds of mysteries. It has to be of Idaho origin to be unsolved.
These are a few of the latest inquiries or photographs:
- A Ferry's Accident about Ririe Area on May 30, 1929
- Homer Miller Mason's Death
- Major Byron & Hattie Inghram - Family Mystery
- Cyrus Williams's Cattle Ranch Mystery
- George T. Nesbit - Lost Family Photograph
To learn more on how to add your own mysterious items on IDGenWeb Project, contact the . We would love to feature your unsolved mystery here. Thank you for your patrons. Visit again to read about our next Idaho's Mysteries. Last Updates: September 23, 2015.
About the IDGenWeb Project
One of the newer states, Idaho has a short but interesting history that includes mountain men, many American Indian tribes, mining, cattlemen and sheepherders, outlaws and law abiding pioneers, and a broad spectrum of immigrants from all over the world. Idaho, also, has about the most diverse topography of all the states, including high mountain ranges, forests, probably more running water than any other state, lakes, lava fields, deserts, and lush farmlands.
It was originally a part of the Oregon Territory. Idaho became a territory in 1863 (which included at the time most of Montana and Wyoming) and then became a state in 1890. There are currently 44 counties, in which it includes portions of four different Indian reservations.
Each county have a volunteer coordinator or host or hostess, with an associated website. We would love to hear from you if you find our resources useful, if you would like to volunteer to become a county coordinator, if you have problems to report or suggestions to make, and especially if you have some information you would like to contribute to our effort.
Our ancestors ... possessed a right, which nature has given to all men, of departing from the country in which chance, not choice has placed them.Thomas Jefferson
About the GenWeb Project
The USGenWeb Project, a group of volunteers working together to provide Internet websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States. The Project is non-commercial and fully committed to free access for everyone. To learn more about the GenWeb Project
The WorldGenWeb Project was created in an effort to answer the growing needs of genealogists world-wide who were trying to research their ancestors online. Their goal is to have every country in the world represented by an online website.
Genealogy. An account of one's descent from an ancestor who did not particularly care to trace his own.Ambrose Bierce
Genealogy Research Techniques
About Genealogy Research: Research Tips and Solving Difficult Research Problems
If your research seems to hit a dead-end or poses a tough problem, you can often find other paths by learning how others solved their research problems. Here are some articles and online resources that may provide some ideas and answers. (These resources, as mentioned above, are not endorsed by the National Archives).
Check out the National Archives's Resources for Genealogists to review more about what they believe are the best research tips and solving difficult research problems.
This information is brought to you by National Archives.Volunteers are not paid not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless.Author Unknown
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State Coordinator & Assistant State Coordinators
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