Yellow Pine Country

Yellow Pine, Idaho is a little town with dirt roads, nestled right up against the largest wilderness area in the country. Mining has virtually ceased in the nearby mountains, and the population of Yellow Pine hovers around 60. But for one weekend a year, in August, the town puts out the welcome mat for harmonica fans.

     
Rafter on the South Fork of the Salmon River
Vintage photo of activity at the Stibnite Mine Performers on stage at the Yellow Pine festival
Stibnite Mine played a vital role in national defense Explore the South Fork of the Salmon
 
 
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The Yellow Pine harmonica contest - redefining the harmonica in the West
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