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us: Idaho


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    • us: Aĭdago
    • us: State of Idaho
    • us: Aydaho
    • us: Штат Айдаха
    • us: Shtat Aĭdakha
    • us: Айдаха
    • us: Aĭdakha
    • us: Айдахо
    • us: Aĭdakho
    • us: Áadihoo Hahoodzo
    • us: Αϊντάχο
    • us: Aintacho
    • us: Πολιτεία του Αϊντάχο
    • us: Politeia tou Aintacho
    • us: Estado de Idaho
    • us: Айдах
    • us: Aĭdakh
    • us: 아이다호 주
    • us: 아이다호주
    • us: Aidaho-ju
    • us: ʻIkahō
    • us: Aydawo
    • us: איידהו
    • us: Aidaho
    • us: מדינת איידהו
    • us: Medinat Aidaho
    • us: Idahum
    • us: Aidahas
    • us: Ајдахо
    • us: Ajdaho
    • us: アイダホ州
    • us: Aidaho-shū
    • us: Aidahoshū
    • us: アイダホ
    • us: Statul Idaho
    • us: Estado ng Idaho
    • us: Idaho Eyaleti
    • us: Aydaxo Shitati
    • us: איידעהא
    • us: Aidahs
    • us: 爱达荷州
    • us: Aidahe zhou
    • us: 爱达荷
    • us: Aidahe
    • us: ID
    • us: Ida
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    • found: LC manual auth. cd.: (hdg.: Idaho)
    • found: Wikipedia, Aug. 12, 2008 (Idaho Territory was an organized territory of the United States which existed from 1863 to 1890; officially organized on March 4, 1863; it was created by areas from existing territories; the area west of the Continental Divide was formerly part of the Oregon Territory and Washington Territory, whereas most of the area east of the Continental Divide had been part of the Dakota Territory; original territory covered most of the present-day states of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming; Montana Territory was organized from the northeastern section of the territory east of the Bitteroot Range. Most of the southeastern area of the territory was made part of the Dakota Territory; in 1868, the areas east of the 111th meridian were made part of the newly created Wyoming Territory. Idaho Territory assumed the boundaries of the modern state at that time; territory was admitted to the Union as the State of Idaho on July 3, 1890)
    • found: Wikipedia, Sept. 12, 2010 (Idaho; State of Idaho) Azerbaijani page (Aydaho) Belarusian page (Штат Айдаха = Shtat Aĭdakha; Айдаха = Aĭdakha) Bulgarian page (Айдахо = Aĭdakho) Navajo page (Áadihoo Hahoodzo) Greek page (Αϊντάχο = Aintacho; Πολιτεία του Αϊντάχο = Politeia tou Aintacho) Spanish page (Idaho; Estado de Idaho) Kalmyk page (Айдах = Aĭdakh) Korean page (아이다호 주 = Aidaho-ju) Hawaiian page (ʻIkahō) Haitian page (Aydawo) Hebrew page (איידהו = Aidaho; מדינת איידהו = Medinat Aidaho) Latin page (Idahum) Latvian page (Aidaho) Lithuanian page (Aidahas) Macedonian page (Ајдахо = Ajdaho) Japanese page (アイダホ州 = Aidaho-shū; アイダホ = Aidaho) Uzbek page (Aydaho [in rom.]) Romanian page (Idaho; Statul Idaho) Russian page (Айдахо = Aĭdakho) Tagalog page (Idaho; Estado ng Idaho) Turkish page (Idaho; Idaho Eyaleti) Uyghur page (Aydaxo Shitati [in rom.]) Yiddish page (איידעהא) Samogitian page (Aidahs) Chinese page (爱达荷州 = Aidahe zhou; 爱达荷 = Aidahe)
    • found: MODIS adjusted streamflow and storage forecasting in the Snake River basin, ID, 2004.
    • found: Wikipedia, Apr. 18, 2011: List of U.S. state abbreviations (Idaho: ID (USPS), Idaho (Old GPO), Idaho (AP), Id. or Ida. (Other))
    • notfound: Idaho Territory. Supreme Court. Report of cases argued and ... Jan. term 1866 to Sept. term 1880: t.p. (Idaho Territory)
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    • 1981-02-24: new
    • 2015-09-27: revised
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