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Idaho State Information

On 1890 July 3rd, Idaho state was admitted as the Union of 43rd State. Idaho State Residents are called as also "Idahoans." Idaho became the fourth state in the nation to give women the right to vote in 1896. Whole of New England, Idaho was the larger mountainous state. Idaho located in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States of America. In 2008 population estimated to the Idaho is 1,523,816. Idaho nickname was "Gem State". Because there are nearly every known gem has been found. Idaho state climate was much variation. In hot summer days are low relative humidity and cooler evenings during the summer months and winter is cold. It is a Rocky Mountain state with abundant natural resources and scenic areas. In 1919 Idaho have 44 counties, ranging in size from 410 to 8,502 square miles. In addition, Idaho is one of only two places in the world where star garnets can be found and is the only place six pointed star garnets have been found.

Idaho Recreation, Culture and Attractions

Idaho State expedition was followed by French-Canadian fur trappers resulting in the names of communities. On 1890 there were several thousand Japanese laborers constructing the railroad through State of Idaho. In Idaho Hullabaloo festival was supposed to celebrate the Bicentennial. Idaho vacation by exploring any of these culture spots. In Idaho there are somany attractions, historical sites and museum. Idaho's amusement parks are full of fun for the whole family. It is the one of the most mountainous states in the West, Idaho possesses numerous awe-inspiring peaks. Idaho is a haven for a wide range of wildlife, with many reserves to visit. The Upper Snake River Valley is postcard-picture perfect and any adventurer must bring photographic equipment so they can take home the memories. The Snake River holds much excitement for those who love whitewater sports. They conducted snow sports are important keystones of Idaho's identity. And Indaho conducted also Baseball, Minor League Baseball, NCAA, Basketball, Arena football.

Idaho Demographics

Idaho total population - 1,293,953
Idaho male population - 648,660
Idaho female population - 645,293
Idaho white population - 1,177,304
Idaho black population - 5,456
Idaho American Indian and Alaska Native - 17,645
Idaho Asian population - 11,889
Idaho Hispanic or Latino population - 101,690

Idaho School Information

The Idaho Education Board has three comprehensive universities is oversees. There are University of Idaho it is located on Moscow. It is the first university of the Idaho. A land-grant institution and Idaho State University. The Idaho state has three regional community colleges. It has also private institutions. The College of Idaho in Caldwell, which still maintains a loose affiliation with the Presbyterian Church. The school opened in 1932 as Boise Junior College and became Boise State University in 1974.

Idaho State Symbols

Idaho state nickname - Gem state
Idaho state flag
Idaho state mammal
Idaho state mammal
Idaho state Bird
Idaho state Bird
Mountain Bluebird
Idaho state fish
Idaho state fish
Cutthroat trout
Idaho state  Dance
Idaho state Dance
Square dance
Idaho state  Insect
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Monarch Butterfly
Idaho state  Flower
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Idaho state  motto
Idaho state motto
''Esto perpetua'' - May it Endure Forever
Idaho state  Song
Idaho state Song
Here We Have Idaho
Idaho state  Tree
Idaho state Tree
Western white pine
Idaho state  soil
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Idaho state  fossil
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Hagerman Horse
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Idaho State History

Meriwether Lewis and William Clark explored the Oregon Country, which included parts of Idaho in 1805. The United State was signed an agreement with Great Britain for part of the Oregon Country in 1846. In 1860 farmers began to irrigate the land and plant potatoes. The United States government forced Native Americans to move into reservations. In 1890s the poor woring conditions encouraged miners to join unions. They during the largest of these being the Western Federation of Miners. In World War I, ended Idaho's economy dropped. The federal government set up programs to help people survive the depression. On World War II, helped Idaho's economy out of the depression as food, metals, and soldiers were sent to help win the war. After world wars theie economy began to shift from mostly agriculture to one that included food processing and manufacturing. The increase in agricultural production and industry required more hydroelectric power. Because of half of Idaho's population lived in cities and towns. Now the Idaho state was expanding its tourism industry.

Idaho State Tourist Information

Boise has much to offer tourists and visitors. Boise is the largest city in Idaho State. Boise is home to the Idaho state university and is an exciting, vibrant and friendly place to visit. The Idaho state was filled with many scenic drives with beautiful waterfalls. The Island Park Caldera is one of the largest calderas in the world. The area sports two Idaho state parks, one is Yellowstone National Park and another one is Harriman State Park. Idaho has the world famous fly-fishing stream in the Henry's Fork of the Snake River. Island Park is one of Idaho's least restricted snowmobiling areas. In Idaho each Winter Island Park is the beneficiary of average of 229 inches of snow. In Idaho some of the best restaurants and nightclubs in Boise can be found around the Grove area. The Idaho state leaders are develp their natural resources of Idaho.

Idaho State Transportation

Idaho State transportation system was the backbone of the state's economy of Idaho. The Idaho state people use Idaho's transportation system to get to work, school, friends and recreation. Idaho Transportation Department stated that the state's highway infrastructure faces a $200 million per year shortfall in maintenance and upgrades in 2007. Idaho is served by two transcontinental railroads. In Idaho has the major airports. That is Boise International Airport, Spokane International Airport, Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport, Lewiston-Nez Perce County Airport, Magic Valley Regional Airport, Idaho Falls Regional Airport and Pocatello Regional Airport. The transportation department's mandate is to provide the people of Idaho with a transportation system that includes various means of travel.

Idaho Taxes

Idaho State Tax Rate Range Low 1.6 %- High 7.8%
Idaho State Tax Income Brackets Lowest 1,237 (h) - Highest 74,736 (h)
Idaho State Personal Exemptions Single -3,500 (d), Married - 7,000 (d), Dependents - 3,500 (d)
Idaho State Sales Tax Rate on Food 6%, on Prescription Drugs 0%, on Non-prescription Drugs 0%
Idaho State Total Tax on Gasoline 26.0%, on Diesel Fuel 26.0%
Idaho State Excise Tax Rates on Cigarettes Tax Rate 57(¢ per pack)
Idaho State Beer Excise Tax Rate $0.15($ per gallon)
Idaho State Wine Excise Tax Rate $0.45($ per gallon)

Idaho Universities

The College of Idaho - 822 Students
University of Idaho - 11,739 Students
Brigham Young University-Idaho - 14,116 Students
Apollo College - 679 Students
Boise State University - 18,829 Students
Northwest Nazarene University - 1,749 Students
Lewis-Clark State College - 3,394 Students
Idaho State University - 12,679 Students
Boise Bible College - 184 Students
North Idaho College - 4,293 Students

Idaho Religions

Protestant - 29.3%
LDS (Mormon) - 22.8%
Catholic - 14.3%
Non-Denominational Christian - 13.6%
None - 12.7%
Other - 7.2%

Idaho Counties

Ada County, Idaho - Population 300,904
Adams County, Idaho - Population 3,476
Bannock County, Idaho - Population 75,565
Bear Lake County, Idaho - Population 6,411
Benewah County, Idaho - Population 9,171
Bingham County, Idaho - Population 41,735
Blaine County, Idaho - Population 18,991
Boise County, Idaho - Population 6,670
Bonner County, Idaho - Population 36,835
Bonneville County, Idaho - Population 82,522
Boundary County, Idaho - Population 9,871
Butte County, Idaho - Population 2,899
Camas County, Idaho - Population 991
Canyon County, Idaho - Population 131,441
Caribou County, Idaho - Population 7,304
Cassia County, Idaho - Population 21,416
Clark County, Idaho - Population 1,022
Clearwater County, Idaho - Population 8,930
Custer County, Idaho - Population 4,342
Elmore County, Idaho - Population 29,130
Franklin County, Idaho - Population 11,329
Fremont County, Idaho - Population 11,819
Gem County, Idaho - Population 15,181
Gooding County, Idaho - Population 14,155
Idaho County, Idaho - Population 15,511
Jefferson County, Idaho - Population 19,155
Jerome County, Idaho - Population 18,342
Kootenai County, Idaho - Population 108,685
Latah County, Idaho - Population 34,935
Lemhi County, Idaho - Population 7,806
Lewis County, Idaho - Population 3,747
Lincoln County, Idaho - Population 4,044
Madison County, Idaho - Population 27,467
Minidoka County, Idaho - Population 20,174
Nez Perce County, Idaho - Population 37,410
Oneida County, Idaho - Population 4,125
Owyhee County, Idaho - Population 10,644
Payette County, Idaho - Population 20,578
Power County, Idaho - Population 7,538
Shoshone County, Idaho - Population 13,771
Teton County, Idaho - Population 5,999
Twin Falls County, Idaho - Population 64,284
Valley County, Idaho - Population 7,651
Washington County, Idaho - Population 9,977

Idaho State Government

Idaho government term service was four years. Elected during what is nationally referred to as midterm elections. The constitution of Idaho provides for three branches of government: the executive, legislative and judicial branches. Since 1950s Idaho Legislature has been continuously controlled by the Republican Party. Idaho Supreme Court is the highest court of the Idaho state. Legislative elections occur every even numbered year. Idaho state leaders are working to clean both air and water pollution throughout Idaho. They are also striving to solve conflicts between those who wish to conserve Idaho's natural resources and those who want to develop them. The Idaho state government to maintain a balanced budget. Since 1889 the Idaho state operates under its original state constitution.

Idaho State Economy

Idaho economy is based on agriculture, manufacturing, information technology. Manufacturing has just superseded agriculture sector of Idaho's economy. In 1970s Idaho economy was grow. Agriculture and mining instigated approximately 1860 and agriculture was leading from the 1870s. After 1900 tourism and manufacturing also included in the Idaho economy. The Idaho agriculture live stocks are cattle, Milk, lamb and wool and agriculture crops are potato, Grass and seed crops. Idaho manufacturing items are electrical tools, food dispensation, lumber and wood goods and machinery. Silver, phosphate rock and gold are the Idaho mining substance. Idaho's economy makes the huge part of service sector. Idaho has Fortune 500 companies and its headquarters. In 2002 Idaho's economy was distressed by compact scratched land the Idaho's potato crop. Tourism also part of Idaho economy. The service sector of Idaho items are wholesale, retail, finance, insurance and real estate.

Idaho State Parks

California National Historic Trail - Various States, CA,CO,ID,KS,MO,NE,NV,OR,UT,WY: There are no fees for visiting the national historic trails, but some trail resources and sites are on federal lands managed by other agencies that do collect these fees. City Of Rocks National Reserve - Almo, ID: Day use and entrance fees is free and activity fees are Single Use Camping $12.00 + tax - Day. At a single site they allowed two vehicles, 8 people and two tents. Craters Of The Moon National Monument & Preserve - Arco, Carey and Rupert, ID: Entrence fees is $8 per vehicle and Fees are also charged for commercial tour vehicles. There is no fee when the loop drive is closed in the winter time. Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument - Hagerman, ID: There is no entrence fee. Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail - Eleven States: , ID,IL,IA,KS,MO,MT,NE,ND,OR,SD,WA: For general information contact the National Park Service. This facility is open to the public and no fee is charged. Minidoka National Historic Site - Jerome, ID: There is no entrence fee for visitng. Nez Perce National Historical Park - four states, ID,MT,OR,WA: There is no entrence fee for visiting of the park. Oregon National Historic Trail - Various States, ID,KS,MO,NE,OR,WY: At some locations entrence and parking fees is charged. There are no fees for visiting the national historic trails, but some trail resources and sites are on federal lands managed by other agencies that do collect these fees. Yellowstone National Park - Yellowstone National Park, ID,MT,WY: The entrence fees are $25 for vehicle and $12 for each visitor 16 and older entering by foot, bike, ski, etc. The annual passes are also provided to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.