Submitted by scott on Tue, 09/27/2016 - 11:31
42° 31' 26" N , 108° 2' 19" W

Bishop and Henderson, as well as the mail contract of 1861, identify Ice Slough or Ice Springs as a C.O.C. & P.P. Express Co. station between Three Crossings and Warm Springs. Other sources do not list the slough as a station, but they mention its nearly year-round ice as a well-known landmark. Franzwa locates Ice Spring and Ice Slough separately in his Oregon Trail maps, but he does not list either site as a Pony Express station. (NPS)
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Note: This is possibly the site Twain mentions as passing through in the night. He tells of buried ice there that can be carved out for easy use.

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