Ebenezer Bar

1-7 Pictures

Ebenezer PictographsEbenezer Pictographs (06/01/2002) The Sheep Eater Indians left a small shelter and pictograph panel in the granite walls near Ebenezer bar on the Salmon River in central Idaho.

Indian ShelterIndian Shelter (06/01/2002) A small indian shelter in the Salmon River Canyon.

Canyon WallsCanyon Walls (06/01/2002)

Ebenezer BarEbenezer Bar (06/01/2002) The Ebenezer Bar campground and day use area was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 30s as part of the effort to build a road along the Salmon River.

Ebenezer BarEbenezer Bar (06/01/2002) I need to lighten this photo. It is of the campground area at Ebenezer Bar on the Salmon River.

Granite SlabGranite Slab (06/01/2002) This is near the Ebenezer Indian shelter.

Side CanyonSide Canyon (06/01/2002) A side canyon of the Salmon River in the Ebenezer Bar area.

1-7 Pictures

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built the Ebenezer Bar campground along the Salmon River in the 30s. The park has interesting granite retaining walls, picnic tables and access to the Salmon River.

Just upstream of the campground is an ancient indian shelter and pictograph panel.


Context: Places

Salmon River (137 pictures) Ebenezer Bar is on the Salmon River.

Salmon River Drive (79 pictures) The bar is one of the few campgrounds along the Salmon River Drive.

Pictographs and Petroglyphs (17 pictures) There is a small indian shelter and pictographs up river from Ebenezer bar.

Civilian Conservation Corp (4 pictures) A project of the Civilian Conservation Corps.


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