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IDAHO ID                                                Political  History
  • July 3, 1890 - Idaho is the 43rd state admitted to the Union.
    Area -
    83,574 sq. miles        Capital - Boise
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    Motto - Esto perpetua  (Latin - Let it be perpetual.)    Nickname -
    Gem State / Gem of the Mountains
- In 1846 Idaho became a part of the United States. The United States acquired all land south of 49 degrees longitude by a treaty with Great Britain.
- Washington Territory established in 1853. What is now Idaho was divided between Washington and Oregon.
- In 1859 all of Idaho was included in the Washington Territory as Oregon became a state.
- President Lincoln signed the act establishing the Idaho Territory in 1863. Lewiston became the capital.
- The Idaho Territory is formed in 1863.
- In 1865 Boise becomes the capital of Idaho.
- In 1866 the State of Columbia was proposed by the Idaho Territorial legislature in a petition to the U.S. Congress, to include all the lands in western Montana, northern Idaho, and eastern Washington.
- Constitutional convention of 1889 forms and adopts a constitution for the state of Idaho.  The people approve the constitution by a vote of 12,398 to 1,773.
- President Benjamin Harrison signs into law the admission of Idaho as the 43rd state to the Union on July 3, 1890.
- The first state game laws were enacted in 1893.
- In 1896 the Idaho Legislature approves for local elections the right to vote for women. The first state to give women the right to vote, Idaho calls on the U.S. Congress to extend the vote to women.
- Bison protected within the state is enacted by the State Legislature in 1897.

- The Idaho State Flag is adopted in 1907. 
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- State Board of Education is established in 1910 to supervise all levels of education within the state of Idaho.
- Former Governor Frank Steunenberg is assassinated in 1905.
- The first motor vehicle laws are enacted by the state legislature in 1913.
- Idaho elects the nation's first Jewish governor, Moses Alexander in 1914.
- A new (1937) open primary system does away with requirement for declaration of party affiliation.
- In 1942 American Japanese citizens are placed in internment camp near Eden.
- Idaho voters return to an open primary system in 1972. 
- Idaho becomes the first state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment in 1972.
- In 1975 Presidential preference primary is set to be held on the fourth Tuesday of May.
- The 1977 session of the State Legislature rescinds the 1972 ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment.
- In 1978 voters pass a property tax initiative setting the limit at 1 percent of market value.
- Senator Frank Church becomes Chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations in 1979.
- In the 1980 election Congressman Steve Symms defeats Senator Frank Church. It was the most expensive campaign in Idaho's history.  Over $4 million was spent by the candidates and independent committees.
- Senator James McClure, in 1981, becomes Chairman of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
- The 1982 Legislature outlaws insanity plea for defendants. The first in the nation to do so.
- U.S. Representative George Hansen was defeated for reelection in 1984 by Richard Stallings in the closest Idaho congressional race in history - 170 votes.
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- In 1986 voters retain right-to-work law in referendum; also approve state lottery initiative.
- Voters pass a constitutional amendment in 1988 that allows the legislature to authorize a state lottery.
- In 1990 the Idaho State Senate was split - 21 Republicans and 21 democrats.
- Linda Copple Trout becomes the first woman appointed to the Idaho Supreme Court in 1992.
- In 1995 Phil Batt was sworn in as the first Republican governor in 25 years.

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