1). How do you spell the last name of Idaho’s first woman in Congress?
2). The first Mazdas to appear in Idaho were what?
B. Light bulbs
C. Station wagons
E. Sports cars
3). What was M. Alfreda Elsensohn best known for?
A. She was a trapper.
B. She started one of Idaho’s better museums.
C. She was a trick shooter.
D. She ran a boarding house in Idaho City.
E. The Malad River carries her name (that’s what the M. stands for).
4). What unusual thing was a hollowed-out Idaho cedar tree used for?
A. A still
B. A darkroom
C. A hiding place for gold
D. A dog house
E. A storage locker for rifles
5) What will you find in the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude near Cottonwood?
A. Sylvan “Buckskin Bill” Hart’s helmet hat.
B. Personal items that belonged to Polly Bemis.
C. Medical instruments.
D. Ming Dynasty vases.
E. All of the above.
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.