Idaho is the 43rd state of the constituent states of America's united states, which joined the union on July 3, 1890. The word Idaho comes from a Shoshone phrase that means gem of mountains. The state is situated in the pacific northwest region of the country. Idaho's logger's boot shape causes its proximity to numerous states. Therefore, it shares boundaries with the British Columbia province in Canada, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada, Utah, Oregon, and Washington.
Idaho conforms to its nickname, the gem state, as it produces 72 types of precious stones. Moreover, it has picturesque environs and views due to its rivers, lakes, mountains, and great features such as the hells canyon, Yellowstone national park, and the continental divide. Idaho attracts approximately 20 million tourists who seek to enjoy its landscape, features, and, most especially, the winter sports.
The Blackfoot main post office is one of the earliest post offices that served Idaho residents. Its construction ended in 1936 and became listed in 1989 on the national register of historic places. The Blackfoot main post office was designed by gilbert underwood, who employed the modern style architecture.
In 19338, the Bonners ferry main post office, a two-story building, was built. It is part of the united states, the national register of historical places, due to its historical significance. The Bonners ferry's main post office is Louis Simon's designs in the classical revival style. Other historically significant post offices are the Nampa Main, Payette Main, St Anthony main, Idaho falls, and Weiser post office.
Currently, more post offices tend to the residents' mailing needs. The state is the home to approximately 225 post offices, which are fully staffed. Moreover, postal managers are available to provide any assistance and answer the resident's questions. The United States Postal Services has made residents' trips to the post offices easier, as all they need to do is call 1-800-ASK-USPS (1-800-275-8777) for all their needs.