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100 years of mining in Idaho's Silver Valley

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Reilly Neill
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Dr. Bradley Snow at Kellogg, Idaho

Dr. Bradley Snow spent 10 years researching the history of mining in the Silver Valley. He's a teaching professor in Montana State University's Department of History & Philosophy. He'll be talking about that history at the City of Boise's Fettuccine Forum on Thursday and he joins Idaho Matters to talk about the economic and environmental effects 100 years of mining and smelting has had on towns like Wallace and Kellogg.

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