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Silver City School, Idaho, USA
Idaho

Silver City School, Idaho, USA.  Silver City is an old mining town that today is a semi ghost town. Visiting Silver City is like going back in time as it has changed relatively little since founded in 1864.  Silver City is nessled in the Owyhee Mountains and at its peak in the 1880's was home to about 2,500 people.  This is the partially restored school building.

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