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IDAHO Fred Fishingpole Fred Fishingpole Civics/Pd.3 Civics/Pd.3 Julember 11, 2013 Julember 11, 2013 SRP 2A SRP 2A
1. Statehood Information: A1. 43 rd A2. July 3, 1890 B. blue field, five feet six inches fly, and four feet four inches on pike, bordered with gilt fringe two and one-half inches in width, with state seal of Idaho twenty-one inches in diameter, in colors, in the center of a blue field. The woman represents liberty, justice and equality. The man is a miner. The pictures on the shield represent the main industries of forestry, farming and mining. The cornucopias, or horn of plenty are symbols of abundance. The elks head represents wildlife. The words "State of Idaho" are embroidered in with block letters, two inches in height on a red band three inches in width by twenty-nine inches in length, the band being in gold and placed about eight and one-half inches from the lower border of fringe and parallel with the same. See attachment C1. Esto perpetua C2. Let it be perpetual D. Gem State E. Western White Pine. See attachment F. Mountain Bluebird. See attachment
2. Political and Historical Facts: A1. Albertson College of Idaho in Caldwell was founded as the College of Idaho in 1891 and is the state's oldest four-year institution of higher learning. A2. On August 8, 1905, Kimberly auctioned city lots for prices ranging from $100 to $750. A3. In 1896 Council Valley shortened its name to Council. B1. Idaho Building (see attachment) B2. Old Idaho State Penitentiary ( see attachment) B3. The Egyptian Theatre, also known as the Ada Theater ( see attachment) C. 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." D. none E. C.L. "Butch" Otter (R) F1. Bill Sali F2. Michael k. Simpson G1. Larry E. Craig G2. Mike Crapo
3. Demographics: A1. 1,466,465 / 2012 U.S. Census B1. White persons not Hispanic 87.0% B2. Hispanic or Latino origin 9.1% B3. Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander.1% B4. Asian persons 1.0% B5. Black persons.6% B6. American Indian and Alaska Native persons 1.4% C1. Boise C2. Nampa C3. Pocatello D. 39 th
4. Geography: A1. copy of state map (see attachment) B1. name of states capital (see attachment) C1. Settlement of Custer on the Yankee Fork River D1. land 82,751 sq. mi. D2. water 823 sq. mi. E1. land 11 th E2. water 33 rd F. 4 seasons G1. Borah peak G2. Snake river G3. canyon gorges H. Snake River plains in the south, central region of mountains, canyons gorges; subalpine northern region. I1. Borah peak 2,750 ft. a.s.l. I2. Snake River 12 ft. a.s.l.
6. Famous Idahoians: A1. Robert E. SmyliePolitical Leader A2. T. H. Bell Educator A3. Vardis Fisher Author A4. Fred Dubois U.S. Senator A5. Lana Turner Actress A6. Picabo Street Olympic Skier A7. Ezra Pound Poet
7. Education: A1. Boise State University A2. Boise Bible College A3. Brigham Young University – Idaho A4. New Saint Andrews College A5. Lewis-Clark State College B. $6,743 per pupil
8. Attachments: State song – Here We Have Idaho State license plate – Picture of current governor -
8. Attachments: State flag – State topography -
8. Attachments: Picture of state – * Boise * Boise
8. Attachments: Historical places in Idaho. Top Left: 2B1. Top Right: 2B2 Bottom Left: 2B3
8. Attachments: State Tree – Western White Pine State Tree – Western White Pine
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