Caldwell High School was constructed in 1910.
The Snake River Stampede officials day the event is a direct descendent of the Nampa Harvest Festival.
Caldwell City Hall building finished in 1907, included the Fire Department, Jail and Library
Here is a look at Caldwell’s historic Western Building
View of 7th Avenue taken from Blain Street, it is looking north towards the Nampa Train Depot
The old City hall opened on 12th avenue near the intersection of 2nd street in 1910
Northwest Nazarene College was founded in 1913 in a Mennonite Church
The Union Pacific Engine #616 steam engine is getting ready to shine
The steam engine dates back to 1907 and this piece of history is getting ready to shine in the spotlight.
The promise of a new Buick during the Nampa Retail Merchants Association Draw this Large Crowd.
The “P-38 Lighting and P-40 Warhawk fighter round-up” will be June 30 and July 1.
St. David’s Episcopal Church was first built in 1896. The church says a large wood stove heated the building and the first seats were boxes.
The Bridge was built in the 1890's to transport fold and silver ore from Silver City, but the mines closed before the bridge was finished.
The park was established in 1989, and is Idaho’s only archaeological park.