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    Montana is known as it beauty. There is many activities to do in this gorgeous state such as, going to Glacier National Park, skiing, hiking, boating, fishing/ fly-fishing , really good hunting, going to historical museums, and you can even go to Yellowstone National Park. Montana went through a lot just to become what we are today, and here are some difficulties we had to come by… Montana was a territory in 1864. A territory is a land that is ruled by jurisdiction. There was seven different territories

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    What Is Montana?

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    Introduction There are fifty states in the United States of America. Forty-eight of them are contiguous and are part of North America. Montana is one of the 50 states. Montana is located in the Northwest section of the United States. Idaho, Wyoming, North Dakota, and South Dakota are the states that border it. Canada borders the top of Montana. It’s mouthwatering huckleberry pie and cake are two out of many things it is know for. I chose this state because it contains lots of beautiful scenery

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    Montana History Essay

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    The history of Montana Here is some of Montana history from indians to gold rush and a lot of other things. The first indian tribe is the Assiniboine tribes. The Assiniboine have many similarities to the Lakota Sioux in culture and language. They are considered to have separated from the central subgroup of the Sioux nation. Scholars believe that the Assiniboine broke away from Yanktonai Dakota in the 16th century. The Assiniboine were close allies and trading partners

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    Montana Wildfires Essay

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    Montana Wildfires HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Beleaguered firefighters in Montana enjoyed something of a lull in their battle against dozens of wildfires, but a new blaze near Yellowstone National Park forced the evacuation of up to 150 homes. And a firestorm in a remote Idaho forest destroyed most of the buildings at a guest ranch, and another guest ranch was ordered evacuated. There were concerns the entire town of Red Lodge, a resort community near Yellowstone in south-central Montana, might

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    Have you ever wondered about Montana, have you ever been to the Rocky Mountains or do you know anybody that retired and moved to the Rocky Mountains or somewhere in Montana? If not and if you just want to learn about Montana continue reading and you will learn all about Montana. Montana is the mostly densely populated state. Montana is from the Spanish word Montana (mountain or mountainous region) 2,700 African Americans live here. Montana’s first African Americans’ arrived in

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    on the banks of the iconic Yellowstone River began coming into Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) in early August. The Yellowstone flows for 692 miles from Absaroka mountain range in Wyoming, through Yellowstone National Park, into the prairies of eastern Montana and finally, the Missouri River. FWP officials took tissue samples from the dead fish to the US Fish and Wildlife Service Fish Health Center in nearby Bozeman, Montana. The whitefish were found to have died from Proliferative Kidney

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    in clusters near the previous years branches. The late summer fruit ripen into red berries that are smooth, shiny, and pea sized. All information on the Kinnikinnick plant were derived from: Hart, J. Montana Native Plants and Early Peoples. Helena, Montana. Montana Historical Society Press,1992.

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    Tony Montana Quotes

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    B. Scarface Tony Montana is a very vulgar person, able to drop any manner of language that can offend a person. Arrogant, violent and very frank, assuring to Sosa that the only thing he has in this world is his word and his “balls”. Tony is the survivor that has no qualms on killing other people if it can guarantee money and food. His ruthlessness will eventually land him a position in Frank Lopez’s drug cartel and will steadily make a name in the Miami underworld. He also developed a liking to Frank’s

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    examine a small little town in Montana called Helena and will show how different populations can be. Community Demographics Helena Montana has a population of about 29,000 people. It lies in a beautiful valley surrounded by the Rocky Mountain Range, which is a natural boundary. Helena is the capital of Montana, so I would say it is distinct. There is no public transportation

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    Montana State University It is located in Bozeman, Montana. About 97 miles outside of Helena; Montana’s capital. With a beautiful landscape of their stunning mountains, I believe that that’s one of their many attractions. I could not get an accurate number of how many enrollments they were for this year, but through the facts I collected they’re about 13,123-15,294 enrollments of this fall, 2013. There is a ton of majors to get and a lot in between:  Agricultural  Arts & Agricultural  Business

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    Wesley in Montana 1948 In Montana 1948, Larry Watson mainly narrates a secret and catastrophic story happened in Hayden’s family which have high prestige in Bentrock Montana, 1948. In this novel, Watson stands on a twelve-year-old boy-David Hayden’s view to talk about family tragedy which results from his uncle Frank molesting many innocent Indian girls. Therefore, Hayden’s family is tormented by the moral dilemma; especially Wesley- the brother of Frank also the sheriff of Montana. By elaborating

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    Hannah Montana was the pop-sensation of the early 2000s. From her own television show to a world tour she contributed a lot to our pop culture. But, she held the secret that she was not actually Hannah Montana for all those years, she was Actually a girl named Miley Cyrus hiding behind the Stage name Hannah Montana. Similar to the West Moores in the novel The Other Wes Moore she had the issue with balancing her name with the obstacles everyday life threw at her. The only difference is that West Moore

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    years Miley Cyrus has become notorious for outlandish, provocative, and often times unsettling performances. Miley Cyrus, the daughter of country singer Billy Ray Cyrus rose to stardom in 2006 when she was the lead role of Disney Channels Hannah Montana. Cyrus appeared to be a wholesome teen with a squeaky clean image until September 2012. Cyrus debuted short, platinum blonde hair at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards. Additionally, she emerged with a considerably new edgy look wearing an all black

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    Wherever I Go is a song written for a TV show called Hannah Montana played by the actress and artist, Miley Cyrus. It was played on the last episode of the fourth season where the best of friends Lily and Miley end up separating to live their own lives. The episode illustrated the hard difficulties the two characters had to go through in order to come to a final decision regarding their future. Miley, playing as Hannah Montana landed a movie role that was shooting in Paris, while her best friend

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    Larry Watson in “Montana 1948” uses the motif of light and silence in many ways to reinforce ideas about truth and injustice. He illustrates the injustice in Bentrock, a town barely inside the state’s border, through the motif of light/dark. Watson then demonstrates to the reader the occurrence of something wrong through the motif of silence. In certain places, the motif of light assists the motif of silence to emphasize the significance of the event. Watson further explores the themes of racism

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    Ryan Zinke is a fifth generation Montana native. Zinke was born in 1961 in Bozeman Montana and lived the rest of his life in his hometown of Whitefish Montana. In his hometown of Whitefish Zinke has a legend that follows him for his athletics; he was a Whitefish football hall of fame inductee and All-State standout. He has a wife Lolita and three children, Jennifer, Wolfgang, and Konrad showing that he has not only strong family values but is firmly rooted in Montana culture. Zinke has a strong educational

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    (Crime Rate in Missoula, Montana). With that being said, why is Missoula the only city with a target on their back? The New York Times reported that a series of events led to a Federal Justice Department investigation into how the university, the City of Missoula, and Missoula County handle the reporting of sexual assaults. “This is a problem that every college campus in America experiences, every community experiences at some level, so it’s not unique to the University of Montana,” UM President Royce

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    The Yellowstone Wolf Controversy Essay

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    With this plan they decided on three areas in which to reintroduce wolves; Northwest Montana, the Yellowstone Ecosystem, and Central Idaho. In 1987 they released another plan that was more detailed than the first few. The recovery goal for the Grey Wolf was ten breeding pairs per area, which meant ten packs of ten wolves, or 100 total. With

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    Copper is another pollutant that at very high levels is toxic and can cause vomiting, diarrhea, loss of strength or, for serious exposure, cirrhosis of the liver (Pure Water Services). In order for copper to metabolized the heavy metal zinc is needed. Zinc helps with copper breakdown but too much zinc can cause a copper deficiency which can also cause problems such as anemia. While copper has some severe side effects there have not been any cases that are related to cancer. In most cases throughout

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    The Silver Bow Creek watershed in southwest Montana encompasses approximately 474 square miles and forms a portion of the headwaters of the Clark Fork River and ultimately, the Columbia River (Montana Natural Resource Damage Program, 2009). The site covers about 26 miles of stream and stream side habitat. Silver Bow Creek was used as a conduit for mining, smelting, industrial and municipal wastes for more than a hundred years (Weitz, Luxenberg). Rather large amounts of mine tailings deposits are

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