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2002-02, February 2002 (Wallace)

2002-02, February 2002 (Wallace)


Volume 1, Number 5

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    The Bloodiest Campus in the Nation
    by Dave Fotsch

    U of I takes on Harvard–and wins! The Korean War created a demand for blood. Students and faculty in Moscow challenged larger schools across the nation and prevailed.

    by Suzanne & Tony Bamonte & David Bond

    From its beginnings as a mining town, to today’s place on the National Register of Historic Places, this little town has been burned and flooded, but never beaten

    The Birth and Growth of Hells Canyon
    by Don Adair

    A lake as great as Ontario once covered the Treasure Valley from the Boise front to the Owyhee foothills. When it poured north it scoured out Hells Canyon.


    Eastern Exposure: Whiskey and Prohibition in Early Southeast Idaho
    by Ellen Carney

    Profile: Black History in Idaho

    by Barbara Mayfield & Tamara Mullins

    Small Town Flavor: Tight Lines on the Clearwater; The Guide Shop and Clearwater Drifters in Orofino

    by Nancy Butler

    Road Tripping: Little Ski Hills Abound
    by Natalie Bartley

    One Spud Short: And You Thought it was Cold in Stanley
    compiled by IM Staff

    Out to Pasture: An Idaho Goat Cheese Tradition

    by Patrick Kelly

    Survival Gear: Avalanche Gear
    compiled by IM Staff, with assistance by Idaho Mountain Touring

    Free Range Verse: A Mountain Life for Me
    by Irving S. Aitken

    It’s Nothing Really: Idaho Trivia

    by Jane Freund & Junior Achievement of Idaho


    Alba, Arimo, Bald Mountain, Bannock County, Bear Lake County, Bingham County, Boise, Blackfoot, Burley, Caldwell, Caribou County, Clearwater River, Cottonwood Butte, Franklin County, Hailey, Hells Canyon National Recreation Area, Kelly Canyon, Lewis & Clark Trail, Lookout Pass, Lost Trail, Magic Mountain, Moscow, Nampa, Oneida County, Orofino, Parma, Pebble Creek, Pocatello, Pomerelle, Power County, Snowhaven, Soldier Mountain, Twin Falls, Wallace

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