Built In 1892, The Blue Goose Country Store In Idaho Is Full Of Small-Town History
In 1892, Grover Cleveland defeated incumbent Benjamin Harris to become president, Thomas Edison received a patent for his telegraph invention, and the state of Idaho was just two years old. Oh, and it’s also the year the Blue Goose Country Store opened for the first time. It sure does sound like a long time ago, and it was! But don’t worry, the Blue Goose is still alive and kicking, and you can visit it the next time you find yourself around the small town of Malad City. This historic country store is by far one of the longest-standing businesses in Idaho and we hope it stays that way for years to come.
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Have you been to this historic country store in Malad City? It’s amazing to think of just how much history this little old store has seen over the years.