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* 1. Which county in Idaho has a per-capita income of more than $87,000 – almost twice as much as the county in second place?

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* 2. What children’s novel that is required reading in many American schools was written in Idaho Falls?

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* 3. The world’s first nuclear submarine was prototyped and tested at the National Reactor Testing Station, now Idaho National Laboratory, before being launched in 1954. What was its literary name?

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* 4. The most recent Democratic governor of Idaho ended his final term in what decade?

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* 5. When Pres. Abraham Lincoln created the Territory of Idaho in 1863, it contained all of present-day Idaho as well as almost all of what two other states?

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* 6. Four Idahoans are honored with a sculpture in the US Capitol statuary hall. Who are the two that technically represent Idaho?

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* 7. What is this body of water, which contains an underwater ghost town you can still see when the water level is low?

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* 8. A memorial to Ernest Hemingway erected outside of Ketchum after his death bears the inscription “best of all, he loved the ____”.

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* 9. This remote “town” in the hills east of Idaho Falls has its own store, despite the fact that it has a permanent population of only 2. It was also the last town in Idaho, and possibly the entire country, to receive telephone service – in 1982.

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* 10. According to a 2005 article in the Georgetown Law Journal, which 50-square-mile area in East Idaho is the only place in the US where you might legally be able to get away with murder, due to a bizarre legal loophole?

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