Thirty years is a tiny blip on the Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s timeline as inhabitants of Northern Idaho, but for its 2,500 members, the last three decades have been momentous indeed. Click here to read more >>
The appealing city of 55,000 rings the northern shore of 26-mile-long Coeur d’Alene Lake, a magnificent waterway of inlets, coves and sandy beaches surrounded by the endless mountains of Northern Idaho. Click here to read more >>
Until the early 1890s, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho served as the railroad/steamboat transfer point for transportation between the mines in the Silver Valley to the east and the smelters they fed. Click here to read more >>
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