Hunt, Idaho

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Hunt is an unincorporated rural area north of Eden in Jerome County, Idaho, United States.[1] The area was named after Frank W. Hunt, a former Governor of Idaho. It was the home to a Japanese American Internment Camp now marked by the Minidoka National Historic Site.[2] MIT graduate, Dr. Gary A. Tanaka was born in the camp. Hunt is part of the Twin Falls, Idaho Micropolitan Statistical Area.

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  1. ^ "Hunt, Idaho". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey.
  2. ^ Official Park Service website

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Coordinates: 42°40′42″N 114°15′00″W / 42.67833°N 114.25000°W / 42.67833; -114.25000