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The above mentioned Russian was successful in getting a post office here, and the trading post, which was known as Paradise Valley, was abolished.Original document at the University of Montana, Mike and Maureen Mansfield Library, K.Moscow lies on the eastern edge of the Palouse region of north central Idaho in the Columbia River Plateau.East of the city is a valley within the mountains of the Palouse Range to the northeast, whose highest point is Moscow Mountain at 4,983 feet (1,519 m) above sea level.The less prominent Paradise Ridge at 3,702 feet (1,128 m) and Tomer Butte at 3,474 feet (1,059 m) are southeast of the city.Paradise Creek, with headwaters on Moscow Mountain to the northeast, flows through Moscow, then crosses the state border and joins the south fork of the Palouse River near Pullman, which eventually drains into the Snake River and Columbia River on its way to the Pacific Ocean.
Members of the Pleiades Club and Ladies' Historical Club formed a cooperative named the Women's Reading Room Society and established a small library in the Browne building at the corner of Main and Second Streets in 1902.
Major highways serving the city are US-95 (north-south) and ID-8 (east-west), both of which are routed through central Moscow.
Limited commercial air service is four miles west (6 km) at the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport.
There is no conclusive proof that it has any connection to the Russian capital, though various accounts suggest it was purposely evocative of the Russian city or named by Russian immigrants.
It was reported by early settlers that five men in the area met to choose a proper name for the town, but could not come to agreement on a name.