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Pocatello

Über Pocatello

53.372 in der Stadt
90.273 in der Region
73 km² (28 mi²)
1360.64374543 m
The area of the city along the Portneuf River was inhabited by the Shoshoni and Bannock peoples for several centuries before the arrival of Europeans into the area in the early 19th century. In 1834, Nathaniel Jarvis Wyeth, a U.S. fur trader, established Fort Hall as a trading post north of the present location of the city. The post was later acquired by the Hudson's Bay Company and became an important stop on the Oregon Trail, a branch of which descended the Portneuf through the present-day location of the city.

Städte in der Metropolregion

Arimo, Chubbuck, Fort Hall, Pocatello