Idaho is a sweet mix of seclusion and big city entertainment; all while being surrounded by breathtaking sights. When considering moving to a new area, think about what Idaho has to offer.
At the start of the 19th century, Idaho was part of Oregon Country. This area caused major friction between the United States and the United Kingdom. It wasn’t till the signing of the Oregon Treaty of 1846, that the land became U.S. property. Idaho, however, was still considered to be part of Oregon until it became an official state. Idaho then became part of the Washington Territory. The Clearwater River in Idaho led Lewis and Clark through the state while on their famous expedition in 1805 and 1806 on their way back. Idaho’s original capital city was Lewiston, until a resolution for Boise to become the capital city was passed in 1864. This decision brought with it conflict and division of the settlers. The proposition passed by one vote on the territorial supreme court. The mayor and secretary of Lewiston were bitter about the decision, so they retaliated by stealing the archives, territorial seal, and treasury then fleeing. While Lewiston will not be forever known as being the capital city, it will be remembered for having the first public school in Idaho in 1862.
Idaho has so many activities and sights to see, and even just driving down the back roads you are exposed to the beautiful countryside. If you are thinking about moving to Idaho, consider Idaho’s three most popular cities: Boise, Meridian, and Nampa. In Boise, the City of Trees, you can see lots of wildlife in the Boise Zoo. Whether spending time biking or strolling through the park, you are sure to bask in the beauty of the forests. Meridian is Idaho’s quickest growing city since 2000. They also offer a weekly Urban Market where locals can enjoy live music while shopping at the farmers market, trying different foods, or relaxing in the beer and wine garden. The city also has the Meridian Symphony Orchestra. Bronco Billy, the Clint Eastwood movie, had some scenes filmed there as well. Nampa is another city to consider moving to. It has 24 different parks and a recreation center with all sorts of activities. The city hosts the Snake River Stampede every July, and is thought to be one of the top rodeos in the U.S. Nampa also holds a Monster Jam event annually too.
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