History of Idaho

Try to answer these questions about the history of the state of Idaho.
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The original European settlers in Idaho were traders looking for what?
Fur
What 2004 cult film, starring Jon Heder, was set in Idaho?
Napoleon Dynamite
What Native American girl, born in Salmon, Idaho, met and helped
the Lewis and Clark Expedition?
Sacagawea
What national park was established between Idaho, Wyoming and Montana in 1872?
Yellowstone
What future Alaska governor was born in Idaho in 1964?
Sarah Palin
By what religious group was the first organized town in Idaho settled in 1860?
Latter-day Saints
What type of natural disaster killed 86 and destroyed three million acres of land
Idaho Panhandle in 1910?
Wildfire
What author committed suicide in his summer house in Ketchum in 1961?
Ernest Hemingway
What city became the first capital of the newly created Idaho Territory?
Lewiston
Arco, Idaho was world's first community to be lit by electricity
generated solely by what type of power?
Nuclear Power
What was Chief Joseph's tribe?
Nez Perce
Who was the last Democratic presidential candidate Idaho voted for
in a presidential election?
Lyndon B. Johnson
What daredevil tried to jump over the Snake River in a steam-powered rocket?
Evel Knievel
What did Emma Edwards Green design in 1863 for Idaho, the only to be designed
by a woman among the states?
Seal of Idaho
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Did the wildfire really destroy the land?
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It destroyed trees and burnt the land.