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Idaho Symbols

Facts About Idaho

from Here We Have Idaho

(words by McKinley Helm and Albert J. Tompkins
music by Sallie Hume-Douglas)

You've heard of the wonders our land does possess,
It's beautiful valleys and hills,
The majestic forests where nature abounds,
We love every nook and rill.

Items of Interest

Notable Natives

Some of these were born here, others just lived a while in the state.

The Idaho State Flag
The flag, adopted in 1907, has a blue background and a gold fringed border. In the center is the state seal. Some seal symbols are: a woman representing liberty, justice and equality; a man representing mining; an elk head representing wildlife; cornucopias representing abundance; and other things representing forestry, farming and mining. Below the seal is a red banner bordered in gold with the words "State of Idaho" in gold letters.

You Know You're from Idaho When...

You Know You're Born and Raised in Small-Town Idaho When...

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Songs about Idaho

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