The Rural Towns Project Podcast

Inkom, Idaho: HannaLore Hein and the History of Inkom (and Southeast) Idaho

April 09, 2021 Dax Jacobson Season 2 Episode 1
The Rural Towns Project Podcast
Inkom, Idaho: HannaLore Hein and the History of Inkom (and Southeast) Idaho
Show Notes

In this first episode of Season 2 I talk to HannaLore Hein, Idaho State Historian, about the history of Inkom, Idaho - the rural town that is the focus of this month’s podcast episodes. HannaLore and I have a wide-ranging conversation about not only the history of Inkom but of southeast Idaho in general. We talk about the Native American tribes who first used and lived on the land, about the trappers who came later, and about the railroad, cement plant, and Pebble Creek ski area that came even later and played important roles in the  history of Inkom. We end, as always, with the Road Trip Music Question.


Podcast music: “A Happy Day” by codemusic, http://www.jamendo.com, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/