What is Idaho's 2012 population?
Approximately 1,595,728 people.
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Idaho's resources include silver, lead and copper ores, forests, and a lot of arable land.
Idaho has four distinct seasons. It's extremely dry. The winters are cold; it snows from time to time and there are short periods of inversion in which the city it in fog. Spring is beautiful for 3 months, summers are hot and very dry, and the autumn are also generally dry. Other than the odd fogg…y winter day or spring rainfall, it is extremely sunny. (MORE)
The first inhabitants of Idaho were Native Americans that includethe Nez Perce people. European and Mexican explorers were among thefirst settlers who joined the Native Americans in Idaho.
The name Idaho as in the state has Native American origin Originally suggested for Colorado, the name "Idaho" was used for a steamship which traveled the Columbia River. With the discovery of gold on the Clearwater River in 1860, the diggings began to be called the Idaho mines. "Idaho" is …a coined or invented word, and is not a derivation of an Indian phrase "E Dah Hoe (How)" supposedly meaning "gem of the mountains." (MORE)
Idaho's water resources include all the rivers, dams and lakes inthe state. The Idaho department of Water Resources helps to protectthese bodies and their ecosystems.
George M. Willing suggested the name Idaho, claiming it was aShoshone language term meaning "the sun comes from the mountains".The name was adopted and later found out to be a word the Mr.Willing had made up.
Idaho was admitted to the Union onJuly 3, 1890. It became the 43rd state admitted to the Union.
The Idaho State University (ISU) was an alumnus of Princeton. Theirschools colors were orange and black theme colors and had a tigermascot.
As of July 2014, Butch Otter is the current and 32nd Governor ofIdaho. He is a member of the Republican Party.
The Governor of Idaho is the head ofIdaho's government. Butch Otter is the current Governor of Idaho.He was elected in 2006 and reelected in 2010 and 2014.
Idaho's favorite food is the potato, it is one of their leading crops and important industry in the state.
There have been many debates about if we should have the Blue Heeler as Idaho's state dog, but they decided we shouldn't have a state dog.
Butch Otter is the Governor of Idaho. He was elected in 2006 andreelected in 2010 and 2014. For more information visit the Related Link.
Mike Crapo and Jim Risch are the US Senators from Idaho in 2009. Larry LaRocco lost his bid for election to Jim Risch for the open seat.
Ohio has a temperate climate. Some parts of the state have harshwinters, as well as hot summers, with a low amount of rainfall eachyear.
State Animal: Appaloosa Horse State Insect: Monarch Butterfly State Bird: Mountain Bluebird State Fish:Cutthroat Trout State Raptor: Peregrine Falcon
In the 111 th Congress Idaho's US Congressmen are:. Walt Minnick (D) a freshman and . Michael K. Simpson (R) in office since 1999.
Wonderful volcanic soil which enables Idaho potatoes to grow so well. Grand mountains provide hunting, hiking, skiing, mountain biking. Some wonderful rivers and streams provide fishing, boating, white-water rafting, and nature hikes. Lakes, some very large like the 25-mile-long Coeur d'Alene (cu…r duh lane) and the bigger Pend Oreille (pon doray) offer fishing, boating, water skiing, commercial fishing, diving and floats of logs to the sawmills. Northern Idaho, especially offers opportunities for finding precious and semi-precious jewels and valuable metals. You can dig for star garnets - the only one of 2 places these are found. You can pan for gold, or dredge for it. There are commercial mines like the Lucky Friday that engage in deep mining of silver, zinc, some gold, and some copper. I have an acquaintance who pays his yearly property taxes from his little placer gold mining setup. Also present are opal, beryl, and other semi-precious gems. Northern Idaho offers big-game hunting for cougar, grizzly bears, black bears, wolf, elk, and moose, along with excellent bird hunting for Ringneck pheasant, Hungarian pheasant, grouse, ducks, and quail. (MORE)
The simple answer is 117Â° 15' W. However, beginning in the southwestern corner of Idaho (latitude 42Â° N) and travelling north, Idaho's western border (alongside Oregon state) runs north along longitude 116.45Â°W until it intersects with the Snake River near the mouth of the Owyhee River. … The western border of Idaho then follows the path of the Snake River until it's confluence with the Columbia River at Lewiston, Idaho & Clarkston, Washington. From that point Idaho's western border (slongside Washington state) runs north along longitude 116.57Â°W until it intersects with the Canadian border at a latitude of 49Â°N. (MORE)
Boise became the state capital of Idaho on December 24, 1864. Thecapital of Idaho before Boise was Lewiston. The current populationof Boise is 214,237.
Oxford once had it's own Post Office and ZIP CODE also, it was 83265. In 1955 Oxford became too small too have a Post Office, so it was closed and now uses Clifton, Idaho's Zip, which is 83228. Guess times do change once-in-a-while, huh? D. 6-16-' 09
Senators from Idaho are: Mike Crapo and Jim Risch. Representatives are Mike Simpson and Walt Minnick. Mr. Risch replaced Larry Craig and Mr. Minnick replaced Bill Sali in the recent election.
In terms of ecotourism, Idaho has more forest service cover per total area than anywhere else in the United States. In terms of mining, Idaho and the Indian stretch of the Himalayan Mountains are the sole locations of star garnets. But rare six-pointed star garnets can only be found in Idaho. And in… terms of the science and technology industries, dynamic random access memory chips aka DRAM are only made by Micron Technology Inc in Boise, Idaho. (MORE)
That would be the hugely successful spud muffin, which began as a term of endearment until the rise of popularity for the muffin in the United States. Shortly thereafter an enterprising bakery owner by the name of Ida Holt developed the spud muffin which for Idahoian's was so popular that State Repr…esentative, Eddie Hoe, proposed legislation declaring the spud muffin the official state muffin. (MORE)
the state insect of Idaho is the Monarch Butterfly. (note:people state it different on the web, but I proof-checked mine)
Idaho is famous for it's exports of Potatoes and Natural Gases. Idaho also exports electronic goods such as computer microchips.
the highest point in Idaho is Borah Peak at the hight of 12,662 feet high
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Religions in Idaho include: Catholic, Orthodox, Luthern, Methodist, Presbyterian, Episcopalian, Baptist, Pentecostal, LDS (Mormon), Jewish, and Muslim.
Idaho has several types of landforms. Some of the landforms areBlack Pine Mountains High Point, Lower Goose Creek Reservoir, andLower Goose Creek Reservoir.
Highest is Borah Peak at 12,668 feet [3,861.206m], and the lowest is the Snake River at 1,710 feet [521.208m]
Craters of the Moon near Arco Shoshone Falls (212 feet high) near Twin Falls (they are higher than Niagara Falls) Seven Devils mountain range (along the Idaho/Oregon border west of Riggins) Hells Canyon (deepest gorge in North America) Ernest Hemingway's home in Ketchum 1,000 Springs in Hagerman Co…ttonwood Monastery (first Catholic Church in Idaho) Salmon River, the River of No Return Balanced Rock near Castleford These are a few of Idaho's famous landmarks. (MORE)
Some famous athletes born in Idaho: 1) Harmon Killebrew - Hall of Fame baseball player (1954-1975) born in Payette. 2) Larry Wilson - Hall of Fame football player (1960-1972) born in Rigby. 3) Picabo Street - Gold medalist in Super G (alpine skiing) at the 1998 Winter Olympics born in Triumph…. 4) Wayne Walker - Linebacker and placekicker for 15 NFL seasons (1958-1972) born in Boise. 5) Larry Jackson - Pitcher for 14 seasons (1955-1968) in the National League born in Nampa. 6) Vernon Law - Pitcher for 16 seasons (1950-1951, 1954-1967) in the National League born in Meridian. 7) Vance Law - 11 season (1980-1989, 1991) MLB infielder born in Boise. He is the son of Vernon Law. 8) Jason Schmidt - Pitcher for 14 seasons (1995-2007, 2009) in the National League born in Lewiston. 9) A.J. Feeley - 7 season NFL quarterback born in Caldwell. 10) Jordon Gross - All Pro offensive tackle for the Carolina Panthers born in Fruitland. 11) Jake Plummer - 10 season NFL quarterback born in Boise. 12) Paul Kruger - Current defensive lineman for the Baltimore Ravens born in Rexburg. 13) Heather Moody - Two time Olympic medalist in water polo born in Rexburg. 14) Kristin Armstrong - Olympic gold medalist in cycling born in Boise. 15) Jeret Peterson - Olympic medalist in freestyle skiing born in Boise. (MORE)
One might say the soil in southern Idaho is a great natural resource because it grows the huge, tasty "Idaho Potatoes" Idaho's nickname is the "Gem State". In northern Idaho, you can find star garnets, one of only a few places they are found in the world, there is beryl - mined in certain parts of …north Idaho, there is a wonderful selection of very good opals, as well. North Idaho has a lot of trees, so there is a lot of logging. In upper north Idaho, there are several silver mines that also produce a lot of zinc. Gold is present, as well, and is often collected with big, high-pressure dredges from the streams and small rivers. There is an abundance of big game throughout the state, including deer, moose, elk, bear, cougar, mountain goat and sheep. The rivers run clear and clean (One near me is called the Clearwater River), and contain trout - rainbows, cutthroat, browns, and others. There are large lake fisheries in north Idaho for large trout and smaller land-locked salmon. Idaho has some of the best fast-water rafting in the northwest due to the amount of water melting out of the mountains and into the streams. The wealth of tall and snowy mountains in Idaho contribute to the sport of skiing, including the famous Sun Valley area in southeastern Idaho where Bruce Willis lives. (MORE)
States don't have zip codes it's the cities that have the zip codes. Hopefully that answers your question
There are many, many museums in Idaho. In my town alone there are 3 or 4. All of the colleges and universities have one or more museums.
Largest tornado in Idaho history was a mile wide F2 tornado in Adams county on June 4, 2006. The strongest tornadoes in the sates history can also be picked from among a number of F2's.
Idaho's official flag was adopted in 1907. The flag is deep blue with the state seal in the center surrounded by a yellow band. The seal pictures a man (a miner carrying a pick and wielding a shovel) and a woman (carrying the scales of justice, symbolizing liberty and justice) , the motto "ESTO PER…PETUA" (meaning "May it endure forever"), two full, yellow cornucopias, an elk head atop a shield (picturing a river, settlers, a fir tree, and mountainous land), a sheaf of grain, green grass, and a blue sky. The flag is surrounded by a yellow fringe on three sides. The state seal was designed by Emma Edwards Green. (MORE)
The Star Garnet has four rays, but some of them have six rays, which is very rare.
About 8,000 Native Americans' lived in Idaho. These people can possibly be extinct early inhabitants was about 8,000 to 14,000 years ago!!! The mid inhabitants was about 200 to 8,000 years ago, and the lat inhabitants is about 200 to 260 years ago! So...tell me if this answer helped you!!! Thanks :)… (MORE)
Idaho had 3 electoral votes when it first became a state in 1890, but gained an electoral vote in the 1912 election. It now has 4 electoral votes. Idaho has generally voted Republican: 2016: Donald Trump (R) . 2012: Mitt Romney (R) 2008: John McCain (R) 2004: George W. Bush (R) 2000: Geo…rge W. Bush (R) 1996: Bob Dole (R) 1992: George H. W. Bush (R) 1988: George H. W. Bush (R) 1984: Ronald Reagan (R) 1980: Ronald Reagan (R) 1976: Gerald Ford (R) 1972: Richard Nixon (R) 1968: Richard Nixon (R) 1964: Lyndon Johnson (D) 1960: Richard Nixon (R) 1956: Dwight D. Eisenhower (R) 1952: Dwight D. Eisenhower (R) 1948: Harry S. Truman (D) 1944: Franklin D. Roosevelt (D) 1940: Franklin D. Roosevelt (D) 1936: Franklin D. Roosevelt (D) 1932: Franklin D. Roosevelt (D) 1928: Herbert Hoover (R) 1924: Calvin Coolidge (R) 1920: Warren G. Harding (R) 1916: Woodrow Wilson (D) 1912: Woodrow Wilson (D) 1908: William Howard Taft (R) 1904: Theodore Roosevelt (R) 1900: William Jennings Bryan (D) 1896: William Jennings Bryan (D) 1892: James Weaver (Populist). (MORE)
C.L. "Butch" Otter is the Governorof Idaho. He was elected in 2006 and reelected in 2010 and 2014.The Governor in Idaho serves a four year term with no termlimitation. The Idaho Legislature consists of the Idaho Senate andthe Idaho House of Representatives. The state is divided into 35legislative di…stricts. Each district elects one senator and tworepresentatives. There are no term limits for either chamber. (MORE)
Its post office abbreviation is ID. The Associated Press doesn't abbreviate Idaho; a newspaper story that mentions Idaho will spell out the state name.
C.L. "Butch" Otter is the Governor of Idaho. He was elected in 2006and reelected in 2010 and 2014. The Governor in Idaho serves a fouryear term with no term limitation.
Our senators are Mike Crapo (it's pronounced "cray-poe" - it's a French-derived name) and Jim Risch. Sen. Crapo is our senior senator.
Two. The ones we have now are Raul Labrador (1st Congressional District) and Mike Simpson (2nd Congressional District); both are Republicans.
The part of Idaho south of the Salmon River switched from PacificStandard Time (UTC-8) to Mountain Standard Time (UTC-7) on May 13,1923. Since then there were nineteen times when the time throughoutthe state was the same for more than an hour due to the northernpart being on Pacific Daylight Saving …Time while the southern partwas on Mountain Standard Time, both of which are UTC-7: . 14 March 1948 - 1 January 1949 . 30 April 1950 - 24 September 1950 . 29 April 1951 - 30 September 1951 . 27 April 1952 - 28 September 1952 . 26 April 1953 - 27 September 1953 . 25 April 1954 - 26 September 1954 . 24 April 1955 - 25 September 1955 . 29 April 1956 - 30 September 1956 . 28 April 1957 - 29 September 1957 . 27 April 1958 - 28 September 1958 . 26 April 1959 - 27 September 1959 . 24 April 1960 - 25 September 1960 . 30 April 1961 - 24 September 1961 . 29 April 1962 - 28 October 1962 . 28 April 1963 - 27 October 1963 . 26 April 1964 - 25 October 1964 . 25 April 1965 - 31 October 1965 . 24 April 1966 - 30 October 1966 . 6 January 1974 - 3 February 1974 (MORE)
President Benjamin Harrison Idaho became a state in 1890, July 3 . President Abraham Lincoln Idaho became a Territory in 1863
The Appaloosa breed became the state horse in 1975 following an introduction to the Legislature by sixth grade students from Eagle, Idaho. (Wikipedia)
In the current era, the two most important industries are agriculture and tourism. Both are statewide.