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Wyoming (Wyoming, United States) (search for this): entry idaho
red by the whites of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Within its present limit the Coeur d'alene mission was established in 1842. The region was visited almost exclusively by hunters and trappers till 1852, when gold was discovered on its present northern boundary. By act of Congress of March 3, 1863, the Territory of Idaho was created from a portion of Oregon Territory, with an area which included the whole of the present State of State seal of Idaho. Montana and nearly all of that of Wyoming. In 1864 the Territory lost a part of its area to form the Territory of Montana, and in 1868 another large portion was cut from it to form the Territory of Wyoming. On July 3, 1890, the Territory was admitted into the Union as a State, having then a gross area of 84,800 square miles. Between the dates of its creation as a Territory and a State it became widely noted as a most promising field for gold and silver mining, and for several years later, Idaho was classed politically as a sil
United States (United States) (search for this): entry idaho
op alone exceeding in value $4,280,000. For 1900 the equalized valuation of all taxable property was $47,545,905, and the total bonded debt was $425,500, largely incurred for the construction of wagon-roads. The population in 1890 was 84,385; in 1900, 161,772. See United States, Idaho, vol. IX. Territorial governors. Name.Date. Wm. H. Wallace1863 to 1864 Caleb Lyon1864 to 1866 David W. Ballard1866 to 1867 Samuel Bard1870 Gilman Marston1870 to 1871 Alexander Connor1871 Thomas M. Bowen1871 Thomas W. Bennett1871 to 1876 Mason Brayman1876 to 1880 John B. Neil1880 to 1883 John N. Irwin1883 Wm. N. Burn1884 to 1885 Edwin A. Stevens1885 to 1889 State governors. Name.Date. George L. Shoup1890 N. B. Willey3890 to 1893 Wm. J. McConnell1893 to 1897 Frank Steunenberg1897 to 1901 Frank W. Hunt1901 to 1903 United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Date. George L. Shoup51st to —1890 Fred. T. Dubois51st to 54th1890 to 1895 Henry Heitfeld55th to 58th1897 to 19
Idaho (Idaho, United States) (search for this): entry idaho
ers till 1852, when gold was discovered on its present northern boundary. By act of Congress of March 3, 1863, the Territory of Idaho was created from a portion of Oregon Territory, with an area which included the whole of the present State of State seal of Idaho. Montana and nearly all of that of Wyoming. In 1864 the Territory lost a part of its area to form the Territory of Montana, and in 1868 another large portion was cut from it to form the Territory of Wyoming. On July 3, 1890, the Ty and a State it became widely noted as a most promising field for gold and silver mining, and for several years later, Idaho was classed politically as a silver State. Prospecting, however, developed a large number of rich paying gold propertieshe copper excitement of 1898-1901 many veins of that mineral were found. During the calendar year 1899 the gold mines of Idaho yielded a combined product valued at $1,889,000; and the silver mines a product having a commercial value of $2,311,080.
Montana (Montana, United States) (search for this): entry idaho
he American Union, was first explored by the whites of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Within its present limit the Coeur d'alene mission was established in 1842. The region was visited almost exclusively by hunters and trappers till 1852, when gold was discovered on its present northern boundary. By act of Congress of March 3, 1863, the Territory of Idaho was created from a portion of Oregon Territory, with an area which included the whole of the present State of State seal of Idaho. Montana and nearly all of that of Wyoming. In 1864 the Territory lost a part of its area to form the Territory of Montana, and in 1868 another large portion was cut from it to form the Territory of Wyoming. On July 3, 1890, the Territory was admitted into the Union as a State, having then a gross area of 84,800 square miles. Between the dates of its creation as a Territory and a State it became widely noted as a most promising field for gold and silver mining, and for several years later, Idah
Frank Steunenberg (search for this): entry idaho
op alone exceeding in value $4,280,000. For 1900 the equalized valuation of all taxable property was $47,545,905, and the total bonded debt was $425,500, largely incurred for the construction of wagon-roads. The population in 1890 was 84,385; in 1900, 161,772. See United States, Idaho, vol. IX. Territorial governors. Name.Date. Wm. H. Wallace1863 to 1864 Caleb Lyon1864 to 1866 David W. Ballard1866 to 1867 Samuel Bard1870 Gilman Marston1870 to 1871 Alexander Connor1871 Thomas M. Bowen1871 Thomas W. Bennett1871 to 1876 Mason Brayman1876 to 1880 John B. Neil1880 to 1883 John N. Irwin1883 Wm. N. Burn1884 to 1885 Edwin A. Stevens1885 to 1889 State governors. Name.Date. George L. Shoup1890 N. B. Willey3890 to 1893 Wm. J. McConnell1893 to 1897 Frank Steunenberg1897 to 1901 Frank W. Hunt1901 to 1903 United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Date. George L. Shoup51st to —1890 Fred. T. Dubois51st to 54th1890 to 1895 Henry Heitfeld55th to 58th1897 to 19
John N. Irwin (search for this): entry idaho
op alone exceeding in value $4,280,000. For 1900 the equalized valuation of all taxable property was $47,545,905, and the total bonded debt was $425,500, largely incurred for the construction of wagon-roads. The population in 1890 was 84,385; in 1900, 161,772. See United States, Idaho, vol. IX. Territorial governors. Name.Date. Wm. H. Wallace1863 to 1864 Caleb Lyon1864 to 1866 David W. Ballard1866 to 1867 Samuel Bard1870 Gilman Marston1870 to 1871 Alexander Connor1871 Thomas M. Bowen1871 Thomas W. Bennett1871 to 1876 Mason Brayman1876 to 1880 John B. Neil1880 to 1883 John N. Irwin1883 Wm. N. Burn1884 to 1885 Edwin A. Stevens1885 to 1889 State governors. Name.Date. George L. Shoup1890 N. B. Willey3890 to 1893 Wm. J. McConnell1893 to 1897 Frank Steunenberg1897 to 1901 Frank W. Hunt1901 to 1903 United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Date. George L. Shoup51st to —1890 Fred. T. Dubois51st to 54th1890 to 1895 Henry Heitfeld55th to 58th1897 to 19
Edwin Augustus Stevens (search for this): entry idaho
rop alone exceeding in value $4,280,000. For 1900 the equalized valuation of all taxable property was $47,545,905, and the total bonded debt was $425,500, largely incurred for the construction of wagon-roads. The population in 1890 was 84,385; in 1900, 161,772. See United States, Idaho, vol. IX. Territorial governors. Name.Date. Wm. H. Wallace1863 to 1864 Caleb Lyon1864 to 1866 David W. Ballard1866 to 1867 Samuel Bard1870 Gilman Marston1870 to 1871 Alexander Connor1871 Thomas M. Bowen1871 Thomas W. Bennett1871 to 1876 Mason Brayman1876 to 1880 John B. Neil1880 to 1883 John N. Irwin1883 Wm. N. Burn1884 to 1885 Edwin A. Stevens1885 to 1889 State governors. Name.Date. George L. Shoup1890 N. B. Willey3890 to 1893 Wm. J. McConnell1893 to 1897 Frank Steunenberg1897 to 1901 Frank W. Hunt1901 to 1903 United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Date. George L. Shoup51st to —1890 Fred. T. Dubois51st to 54th1890 to 1895 Henry Heitfeld55th to 58th1897 to 19
Thomas W. Bennett (search for this): entry idaho
op alone exceeding in value $4,280,000. For 1900 the equalized valuation of all taxable property was $47,545,905, and the total bonded debt was $425,500, largely incurred for the construction of wagon-roads. The population in 1890 was 84,385; in 1900, 161,772. See United States, Idaho, vol. IX. Territorial governors. Name.Date. Wm. H. Wallace1863 to 1864 Caleb Lyon1864 to 1866 David W. Ballard1866 to 1867 Samuel Bard1870 Gilman Marston1870 to 1871 Alexander Connor1871 Thomas M. Bowen1871 Thomas W. Bennett1871 to 1876 Mason Brayman1876 to 1880 John B. Neil1880 to 1883 John N. Irwin1883 Wm. N. Burn1884 to 1885 Edwin A. Stevens1885 to 1889 State governors. Name.Date. George L. Shoup1890 N. B. Willey3890 to 1893 Wm. J. McConnell1893 to 1897 Frank Steunenberg1897 to 1901 Frank W. Hunt1901 to 1903 United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Date. George L. Shoup51st to —1890 Fred. T. Dubois51st to 54th1890 to 1895 Henry Heitfeld55th to 58th1897 to 19
John B. Neil (search for this): entry idaho
rop alone exceeding in value $4,280,000. For 1900 the equalized valuation of all taxable property was $47,545,905, and the total bonded debt was $425,500, largely incurred for the construction of wagon-roads. The population in 1890 was 84,385; in 1900, 161,772. See United States, Idaho, vol. IX. Territorial governors. Name.Date. Wm. H. Wallace1863 to 1864 Caleb Lyon1864 to 1866 David W. Ballard1866 to 1867 Samuel Bard1870 Gilman Marston1870 to 1871 Alexander Connor1871 Thomas M. Bowen1871 Thomas W. Bennett1871 to 1876 Mason Brayman1876 to 1880 John B. Neil1880 to 1883 John N. Irwin1883 Wm. N. Burn1884 to 1885 Edwin A. Stevens1885 to 1889 State governors. Name.Date. George L. Shoup1890 N. B. Willey3890 to 1893 Wm. J. McConnell1893 to 1897 Frank Steunenberg1897 to 1901 Frank W. Hunt1901 to 1903 United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Date. George L. Shoup51st to —1890 Fred. T. Dubois51st to 54th1890 to 1895 Henry Heitfeld55th to 58th1897 to 19
David W. Ballard (search for this): entry idaho
, and hay, and the combined values of these crops in the calendar year 1900 was $6,773,261. the hay crop alone exceeding in value $4,280,000. For 1900 the equalized valuation of all taxable property was $47,545,905, and the total bonded debt was $425,500, largely incurred for the construction of wagon-roads. The population in 1890 was 84,385; in 1900, 161,772. See United States, Idaho, vol. IX. Territorial governors. Name.Date. Wm. H. Wallace1863 to 1864 Caleb Lyon1864 to 1866 David W. Ballard1866 to 1867 Samuel Bard1870 Gilman Marston1870 to 1871 Alexander Connor1871 Thomas M. Bowen1871 Thomas W. Bennett1871 to 1876 Mason Brayman1876 to 1880 John B. Neil1880 to 1883 John N. Irwin1883 Wm. N. Burn1884 to 1885 Edwin A. Stevens1885 to 1889 State governors. Name.Date. George L. Shoup1890 N. B. Willey3890 to 1893 Wm. J. McConnell1893 to 1897 Frank Steunenberg1897 to 1901 Frank W. Hunt1901 to 1903 United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Date. George L
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