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Flower Tree Bird Horse Gem Song Folk Fish Fossil
Syringa (1931) White pine (1935) Mountain bluebird (1931) Appaloosa (1975) Star garnet (1967) Here We Have Idaho Square dance Cutthroat trout (1990) Hagerman horse fossil (1988)
10 largest cities (2010)
Boise: 205,671
Nampa: 81,577
Meridian: 75,092
Idaho Falls: 56,813
Pocatello: 54,255
Caldwell: 46,237
Coeur d'Alene: 44,137
Twin Falls: 44,125
Lewiston: 31,894
Post Falls: 27,574
Geographic Facts
Land area: 82,751 sq mi. (214,325 sq km) Geographic center: In Custer Co., at Custer, SW of Challis Number of counties: 44, plus a small part of Yellowstone National Park
Largest county by population and area: Ada, 300,904 (2000); Idaho, 8,485 sq mi.
State forests: 881,000 ac. State parks: 27
Population Facts
2000 resident census population (rank): 1,567,582 (39)  Residents: Idahoan
Male: 50.1%
Female: 49.9%
White: 93.2%
Black: 0.9%
Native American: 1.7%
Asian: 1.5%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander: 0.2%
Two or more races: 2.4%
Hispanic/Latino: 12.5%
2010 percent population
18 and under: 28.8%
65 and over: 15.4%
 




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