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Chapter 6 lesson 2

From Territory to State

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On what date did Idaho become a state? July 3, 1890
Who was Idaho state's first governor? George L Shoup
What four things did the people in Idaho territory have to do in order to become a state? 1) have a certain number of people living there 2) ask congress for permission, 3)write a state constitution, 4)set boundaries for the state
How long did Shoup serve as governor? 2 months
Who finished Shoup's term in office as governor? Lieutenant Governor Norman B Willey
Who has served as Idaho's governor the longest? Cecil Andrus with 14 years in office.
Which president signed the documents making Idaho a state? President Benjamin Harrison
How many states were there in America before Idaho? 42. Idaho is the 43rd state.
Did Wyoming or Idaho become a state first? Idaho
The Idaho Statesman newspaper printed that Idaho was becoming the 44th state. what information was incorrect? the 44th. Idaho became the 43rd state
How did some Idaho towns celebrate statehood? Parades, baseball games, contests, parties, bonfires, and fireworks.
Created by: historyB
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