Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 31
COUNTIES AND COUNTY LAW
CHAPTER 1
COUNTY BOUNDARIES AND COUNTY SEATS
31-143.  Teton county. Teton county is described as follows: beginning at a point on the northern boundary line of Bonneville county, the said point being two (2) miles east of the range line, which, when surveyed, will be between ranges forty-two (42) and forty-three (43) east;
Southern boundary. Thence easterly and southerly on the northern boundary line of Bonneville county as now established, to a point where said boundary line intersects the boundary line dividing the states of Idaho and Wyoming;
Eastern boundary. Thence north along the boundary line between the states of Idaho and Wyoming, to a point where said dividing line intersects Bitch creek;
Northern boundary. Thence westerly and down the center of said Bitch creek, to a point where said Bitch creek intersects and runs into the main channel of the Teton river, and to the center of said main channel; thence down the said main channel of the said Teton river, to a point where the same intersects the section line between sections sixteen (16) and seventeen (17), township seven (7) north, range forty-three (43) east;
Western boundary. Thence south along said line to the place of beginning.
County seat–Driggs.

History:
[(31-143) Compiled and reen. C.L. 3:40; C.S., sec. 47; I.C.A., sec. 30-143.]


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