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Boise Tidbits

Boise, Idaho, is located in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains on a very high desert plain with a stunning river flowing through its middle. It was in the gold rush days of the 1800s that the history of Boise begins.

The Hudson Bay Company, owned Fort Boise, which was established by a group of British Fur traders in in 1834. This fort, is currently called the Old Fort Boise, and was located some 40 miles from what is currently known as Boise, Idaho, and is located at the neck of the Boise River. As the result of continuing raids by warring Indians, the fort was abandoned in1854. In spite of this fact, the military still wanted to construct another fort in the same region. However, before this could occur, in 1862, a discovery of gold was made in the Boise Basin. It became a necessity, rather than a nice to have option, to construct the fort because of the necessity to protect the excessive number of travelers arriving in the region.

The military selected another location for Fort Boise, on July 4th, 1863, and soon thereafter the constructed started on the new fort. Situated adjacent to the new fort, a settlement was established, and as the result of the protection from the military, the settlement grew rapidly. In addition to the gold rush being a primary reason for this growth, the was also the benefits that could be reaped by being located next to the Oregon Trail.

Of all of the western thoroughfares, the Oregon Trail was the most densely and the longest at some2020 miles, populated. during any time of the year. This was the result of numerous travelers going to the Oregon Territory. The Oregon Trail started in Independence, Kansas and ended up at Oregon City, Oregon. In Idaho, the route started at the Wyoming/Idaho border, then went through Bear Valley, and then ran northward toward Fort Hall and finally ran adjacent to the Snake River until it arrived the Boise River. This route followed the south side of the river, and wound through what is currently known as the southern portion of Boise. Wagon wheel ruts can still be seen in various locations, along the trail to this day.

The Owyhee mines and the Boise Basin added to this primary thoroughfare. These thoroughfares ran across the Oregon Trail where Fort Boise was located. Boise became a prosperous commercial hub since it was located at these major crossroads.

The territorial legislature held its second session in Lewiston, in 1864. This same year brought the incorporation of Boise as a city. Then Boise was proclaimed to be the capital of the Idaho Territory. On July 26 of that same year, the Idaho Statesman newspaper became the second newspaper in Idaho after producing its first publication. The World in Idaho City was the first newspaper in Idaho.

However, Boise started growing again The population of Boise decreased to 995 people in 1864, from 1658 people after the gold rush, in 1870. With all of the new construction, which included U.S. Assay Office in 1872, and the 1869. In 1886 the construction of the capital building was completed and Boise constructed a streetcar system. Idaho became a state in 1890.

Once again, Boise once experienced rapid during the early 1900s. This growth was the result of the expansion of irrigation in the valley in 1902. This resulted in the building of the Arrowrock between 1915 and 1932 and during that time frame, was the Worlds tallest dam.

Boise enjoyed an explosive migration of the Basque peoples from their native homeland of the Western Pyrenees Mountains, during the late 1930s. These proud people members of a large industry and the time, namely sheepherders. Eventually, they relocated into the mainstream city life in Boise. They also brought their colorful culture with them. These days, Boise has the largest concentration of per capita Basques that are located outside of the Pyrenees Mountains.

While Great Depression wreaked havoc on numerous communities in this great nation, Boise was very stable and in fact enjoyed surprising growth. In addition, numerous airmen that were trained at the air base in Boise currently known as Gowen Field, during WW II,

These days, Boise, Idaho remains the largest metropolitan community in Idaho with a population of more than 185,000 people. Numerous state, regional, national, and international state corporations have their headquarters located in Boise. Some of these include Washington and Micron Group International, Albertsons, Simplot Corporation, and Boise, which was previously known as Boise Cascade. Boise is a center of commerce, which brings government and banking to the state and is located halfway between Portland, OR, and Salt Lake City, UT.

Boise is a very proud community and their residents are equally proud of their community. Boise is a wonderful, place to live, work, play, visit, and raise a family.