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State of Montana
Official State Seal

Population:
967,440

Under 18:
219,498

Over 65:
133,578

Employed:
637,401

Land in SM:
145,552.43

Official Website

Acres of Farms:
59,403,612

Births:
11,583

Deaths:
8,528

Infant Deaths:
31

Property Crime:
25,182

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St Regis, Montana History | eHow.com

The town of St. Regis in western Montana is situated near the confluence of the Clark Fork and St. Regis rivers near the Idaho border, and is home to around 300 ...
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City Information for Butte, MT | eHow.com

Big Sky Fishing: Butte, MT - History of Butte, Montana; Main Street Butte: For All the Right Reasons, the Richest Hill on Earth; City Data: Butte Montana;
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Bozeman, Montana Weather History | eHow.com

Bozeman is located in southwest Montana, along the Rocky Mountains and 90 miles from Yellowstone National Park. The city is cold for most of the year, but offers ...
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History of Red Lodge, Montana | eHow.com

Red Lodge in southern Montana was established in 1884 and developed as a coal mining town, according to AllRedLodge.com. It grew quickly, but fell on hard times ...
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Motels in Virginia City, MT | eHow.com

You'll take a step back in time when you visit Virginia City, Montana, ... During "living history" events, characters in historical dress demonstrate period skills.
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