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Idaho A to Z
Wait, there's more than just potatoes? 26 questions about the Gem State. Answers are organized alphabetically.
Last updated: November 7, 2022
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Large grocery chain that started in Idaho.
An enormous complex of granite rock in the state's center is also called this.
A flowering plant traditionally gathered by indigenous people
The third tallest dam in America, located on the North Fork of the Clearwater River.
Mountain Home is the county seat of this southwestern Idaho county.
This state park lies on the shore of Lake Pend Oreille, which was formed by ice-age floods.
This gem, at least in it's 6 star variety, is only found in Idaho and India.
The Owyhee mountains were named after people from this island chain (in an outdated spelling), who died while exploring the region.
Idaho-based Paul Revere and the Raiders hit #1 on billboard in 1971 with this cover.
The last Democratic presidential candidate to win the state in an election.
When sockeye salmon become landlocked, they are called this (also a regional beer!).
This explorer, one of the first Europeans to visit the area, died under suspicious circumstances.
One of the largest employers in the state in the technology sector.
French for "pierced nose", members of this Tribe call themselves the Nimiipuu.
This North Idaho town, meaning "fine gold" in Spanish, was the site of an early gold rush in the state.
Rolling hills of volcanic ash and glacial dust along the Washington border.
Mountain and California are two species of this game bird in Idaho.
The Salmon River is also called the "River of No _____" for its swift current.
This metal was crucial for the development of North Idaho's economy, however it is often found with toxic lead.
Philo T. Farnsworth of Rigby is credited for inventing this.
Two species of bear, the black and grizzly, roam Idaho's wildlands. What is their genus?
Billionaire owner of the multi-level-marketing company Melaleuca in Idaho Falls.
This species of crane was unsuccessfully reintroduced to Gray's Lake in the 1970s.
Southern Idaho is dry and dominated by sagebrush. Dry ecosystems are also called "_____"
This geologic hotspot formed much of the Snake River plain, but now active in Wyoming.
This ancient Equine discovered near Hagerman may be the ancestor of this animal.
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