3 edition of The resources and attractions of Idaho Territory found in the catalog.
The resources and attractions of Idaho Territory
|Statement||by Robert E. Strahorn ...|
|Series||Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 517, no. 5185.|
|LC Classifications||F746 .S89|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||87739023|
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Other titles to be published this fall in the series are ''Journal of an Exploring Tour Beyond the Rocky Mountains'' by Samuel Parker and ''The Resources and Attractions of the Idaho Territory. Also known as "The Red Book", this referral directory published annually by TVCRC lists human services in the Treasure Valley that are free or provided on a sliding scale basis. At present, proceeds from the sale of this directory constitute the largest percentage of the organization's operating capital. ©Treasure Valley Community Resource.
By an Act of Congress dated 4 March , Idaho Territory was established. This act was signed into law by President Abraham Lincoln. Originally, Idaho Territory included all of the present states of Idaho and Montana and all but the extreme southwestern corner of what became Wyoming. All of the Territory west of the Continental Divide came from Oregon Territory and Washington Territory, and. Idaho Resources the Gem State Idaho History The first major wave of settlers to Idaho was drawn by the lure of gold. Just three years after gold was discovered, in the territory of Idaho was created, consisting of ten counties. The new territory included what is now all of Montana and most of present-day Wyoming. Mining was Idaho’s chief.
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The Resources And Attractions Of Idaho Territory: Facts Regarding Climate, Soil, Minerals, Agricultural And Grazing Lands, Forests, Scenery, Game And To The Wants Of The Homeseeker, Capitalist Paperback – April 6, Author: Robert Edmund Strahorn, Idaho. Legislature. The resources and attractions of Idaho territory by Strahorn, Robert E.
(Robert Edmund), Pages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Strahorn, Robert E. (Robert Edmund), Resources and attractions of Idaho territory. Moscow, Idaho: University of Idaho Press, The Resources and Attractions of Idaho Territory.
Facts Regarding Climate, Soil, Mineral, Agricultural, and Grazing Lands, Forests, Scenery, Game and Fish, and Reliable Information on Other Topics Applicable to the Wants of the Homeseeker, Capitalist and Tourist.
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Idaho Territory assumed the boundaries of the modern state at that time. The discovery of gold, silver and other valuable natural resources throughout Idaho beginning in the s, as well as the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad inbrought many new people to the territory, including Chinese laborers who came to work the l: Lewiston (–), Boise (–).
The resources and attractions of Idaho Territory: facts regarding climate, soil, minerals, agricultural and grazing lands, forests, scenery, game and fish, and reliable information on other topics applicable to the wants of the homeseeker, capitalist and tourist.
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Idaho (/ ˈ aɪ d ə h oʊ / ()) is a state in the Northwestern United borders the state of Montana to the east and northeast, Wyoming to the east, Nevada and Utah to the south, and Washington and Oregon to the west.
To the north, it shares a small portion of the Canadian border with the province of British a population of approximately million and an area of 83, Before statehood: Oregon Territory, Washington.
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