Annie "Peg Leg" Morrow (Idaho Pioneer Woman)

Burial Date: September 14, 1934
Location: Section 4-48-8

During the gold rush, before the turn of the century, Annie Morrow owned "houses of entertainment" in Atlanta and Rocky Bar. She lost her feet from frost bite after being caught in a snow storm (her traveling companion, Em, was not as lucky and perished). Annie died of cancer at the age of 75 at the old St. Al's Hospital and was buried here on September 14, 1934. She was a true Idaho Pioneer woman, owning a business and mining claims during a time when only the strong survived.

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