Status: Ghost Town
Date Settled: 1888
Current Population: none
Peak Population: na
Elevation: 5,463 Feet (1,665 meters)
Primary Mineral: Silver
The town of De Lamar was built near the De Lamar silver mine in the isolated Owyhee mountain range of southwest Idaho. The town has been abandoned for decades and the few remaining structures are on the private property of a modern open pit mining operation.
A mine is a hole in the ground, owned by a liar.
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