William H. Wallace’s proposed boundaries for the new Idaho Territory, above, won out in 1863, defeating the proposal of his rival, John Mullan. Both men wanted to be the governor of the new territory, which would see even more changes to its borders before Idaho became a state in 1890.
William H. Wallace’s proposed boundaries for the new Idaho Territory, above, won out in 1863, defeating the proposal of his rival, John Mullan. Both men wanted to be the governor of the new territory, which would see even more changes to its borders before Idaho became a state in 1890.
William H. Wallace’s proposed boundaries for the new Idaho Territory, above, won out in 1863, defeating the proposal of his rival, John Mullan. Both men wanted to be the governor of the new territory, which would see even more changes to its borders before Idaho became a state in 1890.