This antique text contains a detailed guide to Idaho in the late-nineteenth-century, written for the home-seeker, capitalist and prospector. It includes information on mining, farming, stock-raising, lumbering, and other resources and industries. Also included in this volume are notes on the climate, scenery, game, and mineral springs. A fascinating insight into American life during this period, this is a text that will be of much value to those with an interest in the topic and is a book that makes for a worthy addition to collections of such literature. The chapters of this book include: Historical; Descriptive; Native Trees, Plants, and Animals; Mining; Farming and Stock-Raising; Counties of Idaho; Idaho Indians; and Miscellaneous. This text was originally published in 1885, and is proudly republished now in an affordable and accessible form.