Western Montana

Western Montana is the western region of the state of Montana, United States. Although there is no firm definition, Western Montana is roughly considered by some the western third of the state.

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Rocky Boy Indian Reservation - History
... of the 20th century, Chief Little Shell III was the leader of the Chippewa-Cree in Montana ... Dixon and influential individuals in Montana to achieve his goal ... He lived mainly in north central Montana, although he also traveled to southwestern and western areas of the state, keeping in touch with the Chippewa-Cree people ...
Western Montana - Cities
... Helena, Montana Missoula, Montana Butte, Montana Kalispell, Montana Bozeman, Montana ...
Lists Of Ethnic Groups - By Alphabet - C
... Cape Coloured South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe 4,539,790 Mixed-race population of the Western Cape province in South Africa ... descended from people of the Malay archipelago in the Western Cape province in South Africa ... originally of eastern and central Tennessee, most of Kentucky, southern West Virginia, western Virginia, northern Georgia (USA), northern Alabama, northwestern South Carolina ...
Missoula, Montana - Culture
... was full of bastards, the number increasing rapidly the farther one gets from Missoula, Montana." So wrote Norman Maclean in his classic A River Runs Through It, which takes place during the early 20th Century ... that was founded in 1972, which provides a weekly outlet for Western Montana produce during the spring and summer ... The Humanities Montana Festival of the Book is held every October to celebrate the literature of the west, and Missoula's two historic theatres both hold annual film festivals with the Roxy hosting ...

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