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Idaho
( The Gem State )
Idaho Map The state's name is thought to be an Indian name, Ee-dah-hoe, which means "gem of the mountains." Idaho, the 43rd state, joined the U.S. in 1890. Logging as well as mining are big industries in the state. But the state is probably best known for its potatoes. Idaho has a rugged landscape with some of the largest unspoiled natural areas in the country. Idaho is a Rocky Mountains state with exciting scenery and enormous natural resources. Idaho has towering, snow-capped mountain ranges, swirling white rapids, peaceful lakes and steep canyons. The churning waters of Snake River rush through Hells Canyon, which is deeper than the Grand Canyon. Shoshone Falls plunges down rugged cliffs from a height greater than that of Niagara Falls. Idaho is a skier's paradise but also provides excellent opportunities for hikers and campers during the summer. Some of the famous celebrities that were born in Idaho include: Lana Turner,

The Flag of Idaho
Idaho state flag Entered the Union in 1890 as the 43rd State; flag adopted in 1927. The seal incorporates symbols of agriculture, mining, forestry, wildlife, and women's rights.
 

Largest Cities in the State
(2000) Boise City, 185,787; Nampa, 51,867; Pocatello, 51,466; Idaho Falls, 50,730; Meridian, 34,919; Coeur d'Alene, 34,514; Twin Falls, 34,469; Lewiston, 30,904; Caldwell, 25,967; Moscow, 21,291
 
Business and Trade in Idaho
Agriculture: Cattle, potatoes, dairy products, wheat, sugar beets, barley.

Industries: Food processing, lumber and wood products, machinery, chemical products, paper products, silver and other mining, tourism.

State Symbols and Emblems
  • Bird: Mountain Bluebird
  • Flower: Syringa - Mock Orange (philadelphus lewisii)
  • Tree: White Pine (Pinus Monticola pinaceae)
  • Song(s): Here We Have Idaho
  • Motto: Esto perpetua (Let it be perpetual)

Idaho Travel - Vacation Destinations & Recreation
National parks and historic locations suitable for family vacations or day trips.

Salmon Falls Creek Reservoir - BURLEY
Reservoir A - Lewiston
Garden Creek Campground - Challis
Bayhorse Campground - Challis
Goodenough Creek Campground - Pocatello
capital  Capital: Boise

statehood  Statehood: 1890-07-03

population  Population:
1,293,953 (15.6 mi2)

geographic area   Geographic Area (mi2)
    Total 83,570.08
    Water 822.87
    Land 82,747.21
    Rank 11th Largest

education   State Education:
    Pub & Prv Schools
    College & University
    Libraries

border states   Border States: Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming

state health   Health Information:
    Illicit Drug Use
    Youth Risk Survey

housing   Housing: In Idaho, there are 527,824 housing units, averaging to 6.4 per sq mile.

Posters and Artwork
Road Running Through Canola Field with Gray Barn, Grangeville, Idaho, USA
Road Running Through Canola Field with Gray Barn, Grangeville, Idaho, USA
Photographic Print 16" x 12"
Skiing in Sun Valley, Idaho
Art Print 13" x 18"
Rathdrum, Idaho - Large Letter Scenes
Giclee Print 9" x 12"
Canola Field and Gray Barn, Grangeville, Idaho, USA
Photographic Print 24" x 18"
Main Street, Boise, Idaho
Art Print 18" x 13"
White Water Rafting, Snake River, Idaho
Giclee Print 12" x 16"

 
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