Minidoka County, Idaho
If you have suggestions for additions/improvements,
or have contributions to make for Minidoka County
please contact the State Coordinator: Mike St. Clair
This site is looking for a new County Coordinator
Site index of the history and genealogy information available.
Minidoka County was created January 28,
from the parent county of Lincoln. According to the County Government site,
it was named after the only settlement in the area, a railroad siding.
Included land area is 762 square miles.
In the 1880's it was part of Jerome and Cassia County.
The county seat is Rupert.
It consists of the small farming
Acequia, Heyburn, Minidoka, Paul, and Rupert.
Adjoining counties include:
Site last updated December 11, 2009
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