Legendary Locals of Boise

Barbara Perry Bauer

Published by Arcadia Publishing, 2015
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Synopsis: Boise of the 21st century is very different from the tiny community established in 1863 at the crossroads of the Oregon Trail and the road to the Boise Basin gold mines. Originally known as "Boise City," it existed as a distribution center for supplies and fresh food for miners. The development of irrigated agriculture and the expansion of transportation networks during the 20th century and an influx of pioneers from many regions of the United States helped the city grow into a technology center during the 21st century. Early residents like Tom and Julia Davis helped create a city filled with green parks and walking paths; author and illustrator Mary Hallock Foote brought Boise to the attention of the nation with her writing and illustrations; businessmen J.R. Simplot and Joe Albertson established local businesses that grew to national companies. The music of Curtis Stigers, the literature of Anthony Doerr, and the athletic prowess of Kristin Armstrong have helped focus attention on Boise, which is now recognized as one of the country's most livable communities.

About the Author: Authors Barbara Perry Bauer and Elizabeth Jacox, historians and co-owners of TAG Historical Research and Consulting, use photographs from the Idaho State Archives, Boise State University's Special Collections Department, the Basque Museum and Cultural Center, and others to relate the story of the legendary locals who helped to create and inspire this 21st-century town.

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Title: Legendary Locals of Boise
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Publication Date: 2015
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