The Boise Wiki is a community website where anyone can contribute information about Boise past and present. Come share your stories! A local informative website that is open source and based on the history, culture, business, and community of Boise, Idaho.
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Join us TODAY at the Boise Sesqui-Shop (1008 Main St.) from noon to 3 p.m. for the public launch of the Boise Wiki:
502.doinghistory.com Come try out the Boise Wiki, a new website about Boise past and present to which anyone can contribute! Get hands-on help from its founder, Leslie Madsen-Brooks, and learn how easy (and fun!) it is to share what you know
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Hey Boiseans--do me a favor and "like" the Boise Wiki FB page, eh?
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