1). What did Mrs. Fred T. Dubois give to President Taft when he visited Idaho?
A. A corsage.
B. A kiss on both cheeks.
C. A pig.
D. A basket of potatoes.
E. A bicycle.
2). Why is Henry C. Riggs remembered in Idaho history?
A. He introduced quail to the state.
B. He claimed to be the first resident of Boise.
C. He brought the first newspaper to Boise.
D. He introduced the bill in the Territorial Legislature to make Boise the capital.
E. All of the above.
3). How far did the two young men on a tandem bicycle get from Boise in 1911?
A. Mountain Home.
B. Buffalo, New York.
D. St. Louis, Missouri.
E. Denver, Colorado.
4). What is the problem with “Old 97,” the cannon on the Idaho State Capitol grounds?
A. Although it was called “Old 97” the barrel is actually stamped “79.”.
B. It has never been fired because of a crack in the barrel.
C. Although purportedly a civil war cannon, it was manufactured in 1897.
D. It’s a copy of the original which was melted down for scrap during WWII.
E. No one has ever called it “Old 97.”
5) Why was Taylor Williams nicknamed “Bear Track”?
A. He was a hunting guide who specialized in tracking bears.
B. He once misidentified a melted otter track as being a black bear track.
C. He lost some toes in a grizzly bear attack.
D. As a kid he was convinced that every animal track he saw belonged to a bear.
E. He walked with his toes pointed out.
How did you do?
5 right—Why aren’t you writing this blog?
4 right—A true Idaho native, no matter where you’re from.
3 right—Good! Treat yourself to some French fries.
2 right—Okay! Eat more potatoes!
1 right—Meh. You need to read more blog posts.
0 right—Really, you should reconsider your recent relocation.