Palisade National Forest

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Palisade National Forest was established by the U.S. Forest Service in Wyoming and Idaho on July 1, 1910, with 583,650 acres (2,361.9 km2), evenly divided between Wyoming and Idaho, from the southern portion of Targhee National Forest. On July 1, 1917 the entire forest was named "Targhee" and the "Palisade" name was discontinued. [1]

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  1. ^ United States executive order no. 2632, 6 June 1917

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Coordinates: 44°12′N 111°18′W / 44.200°N 111.300°W / 44.200; -111.300