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1. On August 5, 1864, a group of Shoshone Indians attacked a wagon train traveling through Boise Valley. The attack resulted in the deaths of several emigrants and the theft of their livestock and supplies. The event would later be known as the Boise Massacre.

2. In 1890, Idaho Governor George Laird Shoup signed a bill making Idaho the fourth state in the United States to allow women the right to vote. The bill was a significant moment in the women's suffrage movement and helped pave the way for the eventual passage of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution.

3. In 1933, the US government officially established Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve in central Idaho. The park is home to a unique volcanic landscape and is an important destination for geologists and nature enthusiasts.

4. On August 5, 1985, a small aircraft crashed into the Snake River in southwestern Idaho. The crash, which occurred during a thunderstorm, claimed the lives of seven people, including two young children. The tragedy remains one of the deadliest airplane crashes in Idaho history.

5. In 1996, Idaho Governor Phil Batt signed into law a bill officially designating the huckleberry as the state fruit. The small, tart berry is a popular ingredient in many local recipes and is celebrated throughout the state with festivals and events.

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