Idaho - Inside and Out

Author R.G Robertson with photos by Karen A. Robertson. 189 pages - Trade Paper - Color photographs. $17.95
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From Porthill to Franklin—from Weiser to Driggs, IDAHO INSIDE and OUT recounts the geology and the people who make the Gem State unique.

Supercontinent Pangaea, the Snake River Plain, the Bonneville Flood, an aquifer with enough water to fill Lake Erie, and a subterranean ice cave in the midst of a lava desert are but a few of Idaho’s natural wonders that are described.

Sacajawea, Diamondfield Jack, Peg Leg Annie, John Mullan, Chief Pocatello, General B.L.E. Bonneville and many other colorful Idahoans are chronicled. Some were pillars of their communities, whereas others had no more influence than a whisp of smoke. Yet, each of them added to Idaho’s intriguing history.

In addition, IDAHO INSIDE and OUT contains 50 current and historical photos along with driving directions to the selected sites.

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