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  • Sep 6-12, 2006
  • Vol. 15, No. 10

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  • Meet The Historian

    "I see today's Boise at a very interesting crossroads. Part of the irony for me is that the period that I was discussing in that book was a period of great heterogeneity. After 1910, Boise moved toward homogeneity. The Boise that I grew up in the 1950s and 60s was a very homogeneous place. It was comfortable because of that, and a great place to raise your kids, and it was stable and safe. But the exciting mix of ethnic groups and newcomers that started Boise is only coming around again now."
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