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  • Marvelous MontanaBy: Ben McCurry
  • Average day temperatures in the state range from 28 degrees F in January, to 85 degrees F in July.
    The rocky mountains received 25 feet of snow in some years.
    Land and Climate
  • The land is valuable for farming and ranching
    Montana became known as the treasure state because of its mineral resources.
    Resources and Industry
  • Two prospectors discover gold at grasshopper creek, and started the Montana gold rush.
    Marcus Daly strikes copper at the Anaconda mine in butte: the first rail road enters Montana.
    Historical People
  • Glacier national park was established in 1910, and has 250 lakes with in its boundaries.
    The Legislative branch is called the Montana Legislature. It includes a house of representatives with one hundred members, and a senate, with fifty members.
    Famous Sites
  • Billings is the largest city and has 80,000 people.
    Malmstrom air force base is located in the great falls.
    Important cities
  • Montana has the largest grizzly bear population in the U.S, excluding Hawaii and Alaska.
    Together, the elk, deer, and antelope populations outnumber the human population in Montana.
    WOW facts
  • My opinion is that Montana is the best place ever. You might not think so if you’re surrounded by T.V all day, but if you go there, you’ll never want to leave.
    Summary
  • Title: Montana
    Author: Kris Hirschmann
    Copyright date: 2003
    Publisher; world almanac library
    Title: Montana facts and symbols
    Author: Shelly Swanson Sateren
    Copyright date: 2000
    Publisher: Capstone press
    Online article address: online. Culture grams. com
    Works sited