Land of Sudden Sightings By Linden Bateman Every March since 2016, the author has written a story for this magazine in honor of Idaho Day on March 4, for which he introduced the legislation in 2014 as an Idaho state … Continue reading →
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About Linden B. BatemanLinden B. Bateman has a passion for Idaho, where he has lived since 1940. A charter member of the Bonneville County Historical Society, he chaired the committee that established the first historical museum in Bonneville County. First elected to the Idaho Legislature in 1976, he retired in 2016 and lives in Idaho Falls.
An Idaho Day Celebration By Linden B. Bateman During a thirty-seven-year career as a history teacher, I constantly searched for class projects that could bring the past to life—things that went beyond just reading a textbook. And so it was in … Continue reading →
Beloved Things Now Gone By Linden B. Bateman Photos Courtesy of Linden B. Bateman “My Town, Idaho” is the 2019 theme for the Idaho Day observance held in the Idaho Capitol in Boise and statewide each year to celebrate the … Continue reading →
World War I Veterans By Linden B. Bateman Photos courtesy of Linden B. Bateman Each year, Idaho Day commemorates the creation of the Idaho Territory by President Abraham Lincoln on March 4, 1863. This year, the observance at the Idaho … Continue reading →
Who made Idaho? Who were the founding fathers of Idaho? Remarkably, the place named Idaho began with our most famous and beloved president, Abraham Lincoln, whose signature created the Territory of Idaho on March 4, 1863. Continue reading →