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What states, country, or bodies of water border it?Canada, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Idaho

What is the state capital?Helena

What are some major cities? 

What is the area (in square miles) of your state?  147,046

What is the highest point and how high is it?12,799 feet


What is the lowest point and how low is it?1,800 feet




History:How did the state get its name?From the Spanish word meaning"mountain".

Tell when it became a state and what number state it is.November 8, 1889

Tell about a historic figure from this state.

Charlo, Head Chief of the Flathead

Charlo Head Chief of the Flatheads




Who is the governor?Brian Schweitzer

Who is the lieutenant governor?Joh C. Bohlinger

Who are the U.S. senators from this state?Baucus, Max and Tester, Jon

How many U.S. House of Representatives members are from this state?1

State Flag: 





List resources mined in the state:copper, molybdenum, platinum, metal, talc, catalytic, bentonite,

limestone, coal, gold, silver, zinc, garnets, sand and gravel, oil, gas

List crops grown in the state:wheat, barley, rye, oats, flaxseed, sugar beets, and potatoes



What is the average high January temperature of the state capital? 28°F

What is the average high July temperature of the state capital? 85°F

What is the average low January temperature of the state capital?8°F

What is the average low July temperature of the state capital?54°F

What is the average precipitation for January of the state capital?0.6in

What is the average precipitation for July of the state capital?1.1in




What is the population of the state (year 2000 or later)?902,195



State bird:western meadowlark

State flower:bitterroot

State tree:ponderosa pine

State song:''Montana''

State nickname:Treasure State

Other- State fossil:maiasaura


What other interesting things did you learn about this state?That it has lots of snow in the winter and lots of bears.





Bibliography (Where did you find your information?):


 fact monster.com. http://www.factmonster.com/atlas/state/montana.html. 2/20/2008


  U.S. House of Representatives.com. http://clerk.house.gov/member_info/olm110.html. 3/5/2008


 U.S. Flags.com. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flags_of_the_U.S._states. 3/5/2008


Bird search.com. http://identify.whatbird.com/mwg/_/0/attrs.aspx. 3/5/2008


Citing sources:

Web Site – Author. Title of site or web page. URL of site, date of publication.

Book – Author. Title of book. Edition. City of publisher: Name of publisher, year of publication.

Encyclopedia: Title of encyclopedia, volume of encyclopedia used. City of publisher: Name of publisher, year of publication, pages where the article is located.

Photos used - Give the name of the person who owns the photo.








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