Idaho, the 43rd state (admitted July 3, 1890), lies in the Pacific Northwest (but is the only Pacific Time Zone state without a coastline). Most of its mountainous and heavily forested land is federal parkland. Famous for its potatoes, Idaho is dominated by agriculture, ranching, and forestry, with mining and tourism also contributing significantly to the economy. Its capital and largest city is Boise.
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