“Sustaining Lewis and Clark, How Camas Kept the Expedition from Starving” topic of Idaho Museum of Natural History presentation May 30
ISU news release:
POCATELLO – “Sustaining Lewis and Clark, How Camas Kept the Expedition from Starving” is the topic of an Idaho Museum of Natural History presentation by Mary Dundas at 7 p.m. May 30.
The presentation will be held in … Continue reading
By Greg Eichelberger / For The Journal
POCATELLO — To bring the darkest chapter of human history to life, first-year Idaho State University history professor Justin Stover set a high bar by bringing husband and wife Holocaust survivors, Les and Eva … Continue reading
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“On March 11, 1901, Governor Frank W. Hunt signed Senate Bill 53, thus establishing the Academy of Idaho, contingent upon private land donations being made for its site. The Academy of Idaho was officially opened in Pocatello on … Continue reading