1). There is a unique item in Idaho that traces back to Butch Cassiday. What and where is it?
A. A pearl-handled pistol at the Idaho State Museum.
B. The only known photo of the man at the Idaho State Archives.
C. A bank he robbed in Montpelier is now a museum.
D. A Hole in the Wall hideout near Malad City.
E. A rock where he carved “B. Cassidy, 1894,” located at City of Rocks.
2). What was Pearl Royal Hendrickson mining in the Boise foothills?
3). The Leadore charcoal kilns resemble skeps. What’s skep?
A. A loose haystack.
B. A Norwegian hat.
C. A beaver hut.
D. A beehive.
E. A yurt.
4). What was unusual about the Almo Massacre memorialized in stone in the town of Almo?
A. It was the worst loss of life suffered in a wagon train attack.
B. It was the worst loss of life suffered in a raid on an Indian village.
C. Outraged citizens demanded, and got, a military fort to protect future wagon trains.
D. Not a single soul survived.
E. It didn’t happen.
5) What street was named because of the Ada County fairgrounds?
A. Fairbrook Ct
B. Fairbrook Dr
C. Fairhaven LN
D. Fairfield Ave
E. Fairview Ave
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.