Map of the Montana Territory, 1879
Seal of the Idaho Territory, 1863–1866
Entrance to the Old Penitentiary
Map of the Montana Territory, 1879
Old Washington Territory{{mdash}}and the portions ceded to Nebraska Territory on March 2, 1861, and to Idaho Territory in 1863.
Boise skyline in winter 2021
The Idaho Territory in 1863
Floating the Boise River
Areas ceded to the Montana and Dakota Territories in 1864
de Lacy's 1865 map of the Montana Territory
Main Street in 1911
The Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming Territories in 1868
de Lacy's 1872 map of the Montana Territory
Satellite photo of Boise and surrounding area in 2021, taken from ESA Sentinel-2
Ann Morrison Park in spring
Hyde Park
Boise Art Museum
Historical Home on Boise's Basque Block
Idaho Historical Museum
Capitol in July
Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial
Boise Basque Soccer Friendly, July 2015
BoDo
Boise's Carnegie Public Library opened in 1905 on Washington St. and remained at that site until the library moved in 1973.

The Montana Territory was organized out of the existing Idaho Territory by Act of Congress and signed into law by President Abraham Lincoln on May 26, 1864.

- Montana Territory

Boise was made the territorial capital from 1866 by a one-vote margin of the Territorial Supreme Court.

- Idaho Territory

In 1864, the Montana Territory was organized from the northeastern section of the territory east of the Bitterroot Range.

- Idaho Territory

On the same year, the United States established Idaho Territory, whose declared boundaries included this region.

- Boise, Idaho

After a year, with the creation of Montana Territory, Boise was made the territorial capital of a much reduced Idaho in a controversial decision which overturned a district court ruling by a one-vote majority in the territorial supreme court along geographic lines in 1866.

- Boise, Idaho

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