|Fred T. Dubois, ca. 1890s. |
Fred served as U. S. Marshal of Idaho Territory, 1882-1886, and was widely known for his indefatigable and sometimes unethical efforts to curb and destroy the political power of the LDS (Mormon) Church in southern Idaho.
His published autobiography describes his colorful life and career: Louis J. Clements, ed., Fred T. Dubois's the Making of a State (Rexburg, Idaho: Eastern Idaho Publishing Co., 1971).