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Oneida County, Idaho
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County was established January 22, 1864 with its county seat at Soda
Springs. In 1866 it was moved to Malad City, because of its growth and
its location on the stagecoach line and freight road between Corinne,
Utah, and the mines in Butte, Montana. Named for Lake Oneida, New York,
the area from which most of the early settlers had emigrated.
Son of a Dry-Farmer
Oneida County, Idaho
Source: Library of
Census: 1870 U.S. Federal Census for Malad Valley (Page 50),
Lincoln Valley (Pages 21-24), Malad City (Pages 33-34 and 39-40) and
Soda Springs Village (Pages 9-12) transcribed by James Caldwell.
W. W. Black submitted by a Friend of Free Genealogy.
News: W. S. Norcross submitted by a Friend of Free Genealogy.
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