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The preceding list of places includes incorporated cities and towns, unincorporated towns and communities, and place names that may have been used in family histories.Some have well-organized records and even have web sites.
The records filmed include civil suits, divorce papers, judgment dockets, etc.To view Custer County records it would be necessary to visit the county courthouse in Challis, Idaho.The Idaho State Archives has microfilmed some of Custer County's early records and these can be accessed by visiting the State Archives in Boise, Idaho.Original records which have been microfilmed and more recent records are in the county courthouse in Challis. For a list of those that have been identified, and links to transcriptions and/or photographs of tombstones, go to Custer County, Idaho Cemetery Records.For the cemeteries in or immediately adjacent to the cities, please see the city pages for the cities listed above.The Family History Library in Salt Lake has microfilmed the following Custer County Land records, and these can be accessed in the Library in Salt Lake or in any of its Family History Centers: World War I draft registration cards, 1917-1918, for Custer County have been microfilmed.
Copies of these records are available at the Family History Library (their microfilm number 1452214) and are also available online at Ancestry.com, for a subscription fee.
They are also available at the Idaho State Archives in Boise.
Details of the county records in these respective institutions can be obtained from their online catalogs or listings.
For a summary of census records for the state of Idaho, see Idaho Census Records. However, the Idaho State Historical Society Public Archives and Research Library is creating a list of 1890 Idaho residents by indexing a variety of records, 1885-1894.
This reconstructed list will substitute for the destroyed 1890 federal census.
The original cards are maintained in the Southeast Regional Archives of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) in East Point, Georgia and have been microfilmed by the National Archives as their Microcopy M1509.