1). When Blackfoot celebrated a Diamond Jubilee in 1909, what was the celebration for?
A. The building of old Fort Boise.
B. The building of old Fort Hall.
C. The first Protestant sermon delivered west of the Rocky Mountains.
D. A famous horse race.
E. The construction of the Taylor Bridge.
2). What brought the Magic Valley out of the Great Depression?
A. The construction of the North Side Canal.
B. Opening Shoshone Falls as a tourist destination.
C. The construction of Minidoka Dam.
D. The construction of the Hunt Camp.
E. The construction of Albion Normal School.
3). Who was known as The Ramblin’ Kid?
A. U. S. Senator Glenn Taylor.
B. Idaho Senator Earl Wayland Bowman.
C. U.S. Senator William Borah.
D. Idaho Senator James Just
E. U.S. Senator Weldon B. Heyburn
4). What stopped in Boise for a visit in July 1915?
A. The U.S. Constitution.
B. The Betsy Ross Flag.
C. A marble statue of George Washington.
D. A model of the Statue of Liberty.
E. The Liberty Bell.
5) What was the football field at Idaho State University originally called?
A. Gate City Field
B. Bud Davis Field
C. Union Pacific Field
D. Chief Pocatello Field
E. The Spud Bowl
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.