IDAHO VOLLEYBALL

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IDAHO STATE FACTS

    Capital: Boise
    Motto: Esto perpetua (It is forever)
    Nicknames: Gem State; Spud State; Panhandle State
    Origin of name: Unknown. Though popularly believed to be an Indian word, it is an invented name whose meaning is unknown.
    Ten largest cities (1994): 
                               Boise, 145,987; 
                               Idaho Falls, 49,928;
                               Pocatello, 49,634; 
                               Nampa, 35,333; 
                               Twin Falls, 31,568; 
                               Lewiston, 30,097;
                               Coeur d'Alene, 28,457; 
                               Caldwell, 23,970; 
                               Moscow, 18,909;
                               Meridian, 14,566
    Land area (rank): 82,751 sq mi. (214,325 sq km) (11)
    Geographic center: In Custer Co., at Custer, SW of Challis
    Number of counties: 44, plus small part of Yellowstone National Park
    Largest county (1995 est.): Ada, 251,831
    1997 resident population est.: 1,210,232
    1990 resident census population, sex, (rank): 1,006,749 (42).
    Male: 500,956; Female: 505,793. 
    White: 950,451 (94.4%); American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut: 13,780 (1.4%); Hispanic: 52,927 (5.3%); Asian or Pacific Islander: 9,365 (0.9%); Black: 3,370 (0.3%); Other race: 29,783 (3.0%).
    1990 percent population under 18: 30.6; 65 and over: 12.0; median age: 31.5.
    

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