The new Idaho 100 book by Randy Stapilus and Martin Peterson (see the box and link above) is out and available, as of today.
As is the first review, which dominated Page 1 of the Idaho Statesman today. Here’s what columnist Dan Popkey had to say about it.
From it: ““Idaho 100” is intentionally provocative, meant to spur debate, while reminding us from whence we’ve come as we approach next year’s territorial sesquicentennial. … Peterson told me that he aimed to give “an overview of why Idaho is what Idaho is.” Stapilus said the “real value is in opening up often obscure but important parts of Idaho history.” They’ve succeeded. The rankings are less important than the acts that earned a spot.”
Be sure and read the comments after the piece, too.Share on Facebook