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Transcript of Montanna
Montana became known as the Treasure State because of its mineral resources. The minerals that contribute the most to the state’s economy today are coal, oil, natural gas, platinum, palladium, and gold.
Montana is the fourth largest state, with a total area of 147,046 square miles (380,847 sq km). Only Alaska, California, and Texas are larger. Montana is made up of basically two regions: the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains. The Rocky Mountains are located in western Montana. This area consists of high mountains and deep valleys.
Native American tribes have lived in and moved across Montana for thousands of years. The Bannock, Salish, Kootenai, Shoshone, and Kalispell lived in the Rocky Mountain region. They hunted, fished, and gathered plants. The Blackfoot, Cheyenne, Crow, Assiniboine, Gros Ventre, and other groups lived in the Rockies and on the Great Plains, migrating into different areas of the region over time.
State Abbreviation: MT
Governor: Steve Bullock (Democrat)
U.S. Senators: 2
Max Baucus (Democrat)
Jon Tester (Democrat)
U.S. Representatives: 1
State Senators: 50
State Representatives: 100
The legislature meets in odd-numbered years in January.
Native Americans who live on reservations have their own police and judicial system.
4 trout, cleaned and heads removed
Salt and pepper to taste
4 tablespoons butter, divided
1 medium green bell pepper, sliced
1 clove garlic, minced (optional)
Place each trout on a piece of aluminum foil. Season to taste with salt and pepper; then stuff each cavity with 1 tablespoon of butter, 1/4 of the green pepper, and garlic (if desired).
Roll the trout tightly in the foil, forming packets. Use some additional foil to secure each packet to a metal toasting rod to use as a handle when removing fish from the coals.
Cover the fish packets in the red-hot, smoldering coals of your campfire and cook until the fish is done, 7 to 10 minutes, depending on the heat of the fire.
1.the grizzly bear is the state animal
2.the bitterroot is the state flower
3.the western meadowlark is the state bird
4.the ponderosa pine is the state tree
5.montana is the last name of the singer Hannah Montana
6.the total populatoin of montana is 1,005,141
7.montana is the fourth largest state
8.montana became a state november 8, 1889
9.helena became the capital after a suspicious electoin
10.there is a total of 56 counties in montana
rockey mountains to montana mine is 114 miles
montana mine to helena is 50.7miles
helena to westerly creek is 792 miles