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ID number:500701
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Published: 17.02.2005.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
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capital city Boise, the largest city in the state, located on the Boise River in south­western Idaho; population 125,738. Origi­nally an army camp, it was founded as a settlement in 1863 and was incorporated as a city the following year, when it also be­came the territorial capital.
state name and nicknames The name "Ida­ho" is an artificial Indian word invented by George M. Willing. Also known as the Gem State and the Gem of the Mountains (the putative meaning of "Idaho").
state seal In the center is a shield showing a landscape, with the Snake River, moun­tains, a fir tree, and a farmer at the plow. Above the shield is an elk's head and the
state motto on a scroll; below it is a sheaf of wheat; to the right is a miner; to the left a woman holding symbols of justice and liberty. Along the bottom are agricultural symbols, including two cornucopias, the state flower, and ripened wheat. The yel­low border reads "Great Seal of the State of Idaho."…

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