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Important Information about the State of Montana!
Montana is a state in the US. It is situated on the northwestern side. Montana or the Big Sky Country as is popularly known is a populous state. Here are some important on the city-state of Montana.
Montana Capital – The city of Helena is the Capital of Montana.
Montana Governor – The current governor of Montana is Steve Bullock.
Montana Population, Demographics, and Most Populated Cities – An estimated population projection for the state of Montana shows that for 2018, Montana has a population of about 1.04 million. US Census of 2010 reported that 989,415 people were residing in Montana, an increase of 9.7% since 2000.
Montana Racial Break-down - The ethnic configuration of the population of Montana is composed of 900,884 White residents (86.4%), 62,998 Native residents (6.04%), 37,090 Hispanic residents (3.56%), 28,662 Two+ residents (2.75%), and 8,326 Asian residents (0.8%).
Montana Major Cities in Montana - It is divided into 56 counties and contains 129 incorporated municipalities consisting of cities and towns. The top five major cities of Montana are Billings, Missoula, Great Falls, Bozeman.
Attorney General – The present attorney general, is Timothy Charles Fox. He assumed office in 2013.
Senators - Its current Senators are Democrat Jon Tester (serving since 2007) and Republican Steve Daines (serving since 2015).
Other spoken languages are Assiniboine (about 150 speakers in the Montana and Canada), Cheyenne (about 1,700 speakers), Blackfoot (about 100 speakers), Plains Cree (about 100 speakers), Crow (about 3,000 speakers), Dakota (about 18,800 speakers in Minnesota, Nebraska, Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota), German Hutterite (about 5,600 speakers), Kutenai (about 6 speakers) Gros Ventre (about 10 speakers), Kalispell-Pend d'Oreille (about 64 speakers), and Lakota (about 6,000 speakers in Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota).
Montana Major Courts – The major courts of Montana are comprised of the state court system and two federal courts. The appellate court is the Montana Supreme Court. Trial courts are the Montana district courts. Courts with limited jurisdiction are Montana Courts of Limited Jurisdiction, Montana Water Court, Montana Workers' Compensation Court.
Montana Native American History – Montana has been home to Native American tribes such as Assiniboine, Blackfeet, Chippewa, Cree, Crow, Gros Ventre, Kootenai, Little Shell Chippewa, Northern Cheyenne, Pend d'Oreille, Salish and Sioux. An interesting outcome fo feud between white settlers and native Americans was the eventual extinction of bison in the region.
Montana Geography - Montana covers an area of 147,040 sq mi (380,800 km2). It is a mountainous state and the fourth largest state of the United States. By size, it is even larger than the country of Japan. It is mainly divided into the eastern and western region by the continental divide. It is home to rich river valleys such as The Big Hole Valley, Bitterroot Valley, Gallatin Valley, Flathead Valley, and Paradise Valley.
Industries and Jobs - The economy of Montana is specialized in Forestry except logging; Metal ore mining; and Animal production & aquaculture. The highest paying industries are Railroad rolling stock manufacturing ($151,946), Software publishing ($134,167), and Paper & paper products merchant wholesalers ($108,209). The median household income is $50,027.
National Parks, Monuments and Historic Landmarks – Some of the most important places to visit here are,
- Great Falls
- Missoula art museum
- Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park
- Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
- Flathead Lake
- Glacier National Park
Best Things to Do in Montana – These are five must do things when in Montana
- Visit the garden of 1000 Buddhas
- Ski in Montana
- Visit the abandoned town of Castle
- Visit the earthquake lake
- Hike down the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail
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