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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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Latah County
Established: 5/14/1888

Parent County: Nez Perce

Co. Seat: Cities
Moscow: Bovill, Deary, Genesse, Juliaetta, Kendrick, Onaway, Potlatch, Troy, Viola
http://www.latah.id.us/

Established May 14, 1888 with its county seat at Moscow. This area was first formed as Lah-Toh County in 1864
with Coeur d'Alene as the county seat; in 1867 the name Lah-Toh was dropped when the area was placed in Nez
Perce County. In 1888 the U. S. Congress created the county as we know it, the 16th Idaho County and the only
Idaho County created by Congress. Named for Latah Creek, which drains the northwest corner. The name is Nez
Perce and means "the place of pine trees and sestle," because the Indians found stones here suitable for pulverizing
camas roots and shade under the pine trees in which to work.

County Clerk:
County Courthouse, Moscow, ID 83843-0568 Phone: (208) 882-8580 ext. 3379 Fax: (208) 883-7203

IGS Publication: Spring 1997

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