|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
To locate the Riverview Cemetery travel north from Firth, take the first or second left hand turn and cross over the Snake River Bridge. Continue in a westerly direction--then take the first right hand turn--the cemetery is on the east side of the road. The Reverend Gustav W. Cederberg, a Swedish Baptist minister, brought his family to settle here in 1894. He bought the land from the original owner, the Great Western Land Development Company. In 1899 Mrs. Caroline Cederberg died and was the first person to be buried here. In later years Mr. Cederberg gave this plot of ground, which was a part of his original farm, to the community to be used as a community burying ground. Placed in the cemetery is a huge stone taken from the Snake River as a memorial to the pioneers and early settlers of the Riverview area.