Annie Pike Greenwood

Last week, Idaho Public Television broadcast a new episode of its “Idaho Experience” series, this time featuring the story of a woman with deep Magic Valley ties – Annie Pike Greenwood. She and her family settled on the Northside, near Hazelton, and she wrote about her experiences in a book that was published in 1934.

If you didn’t catch the initial airing, you can see it online (or check their schedule for a rerun). And, if you want to learn more about Greenwood, we have copies of her book, We Sagebrush Folks, available for check out.

Still interested in pioneer life in the early days of the Magic Valley? Pick up one of the following titles and learn more about the history of our region.

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Six Decades Back – Charles S. Walgamott

Bucking the Tide – Henry James Kingsbury

Twin Falls County Pioneers – James L. Holloway

Gifts of Heritage: Pioneer Portraits – edited by Donna Scott and ZoeAnn Shaub

Buckskin and Smoke – Anna Hansen Hayes

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