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The Idaho Genealogical Society has published a collection of recipes in a cookbook titled"150 Years of Idaho Cooking", in honor of the Idaho Territorial Sesquicentennial. The book includes a number of recipes from Idaho's historical past, including interesting notes and anecdotes about the recipe or its contributor. Visit the IGS Publications page to order, or Click Here!

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Bingham County
Established: 1/13/1885

Parent County: Oneida

Co. Seat: Cities
Blackfoot: Aberdeen, Basalt, Firth, Ft. Hall, Shelley, Moreland, Presto

Established January 13, 1885, with its county seat at Blackfoot, from the east and north parts of Oneida County.
Named by Territorial Governor William M. Bunn for his friend Henry Harrison Bingham, Pennsylvania Congressman. Fremont County was carved out of Bingham in 1893, Bonneville in 1911, Power in 1913, and Butte in1917.

County Clerk:
501 N. Maple #205, Blackfoot, ID 83221-1028 Phone: (208) 785-8040 Fax: (208) 785-4131

IGS Publication: Fall 1996