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Notable People from Montana Notable Work/Position
Michael (Mike) Mansfield American politician and diplomat, U.S. Representative and Senator, longest-serving Senate Majority Leader (1961-1977), Ambassador to Japan (1977-1988)
Dorothy M. Johnson Author of American Western fiction
Philip (Phil) Jackson Professional basketball player, Chicago Bulls, LA Lakers Coach, most NBA titles won as head coach (11)
Jeannette Rankin First woman elected to the U.S. Congress in 1916, 4 years before women won the right to vote by the 19th amendment
Charles M. Russell American Old West artist and sculptor
Michelle Williams Academy-Award nominated actress, Golden Globe winner
Evel Knievel Stuntman, performer, and daredevil motorcyclist
Ted Turner Businessman, philanthropist, Founder of CNN, TBS

Searching for Someone in Montana

Montana is the 43rd most populated state in the US. Its population is over 1.06 million people and it is about 420,000 households. According to the statistics, the average household size was 2.4 members in 2017. If you need to find people in Montana, you can use White Pages. There are free and fee versions of the service.

The predominant race in Montana is white, making up 86.2% of the state’s population. The average age is 40. It is more than in most US states. The balance of men and women is 50.4% / 49.6%. Billings is the most populated city of Montana. It has over 110,000 citizens.

Labor force is 481,000 people and the average household income is $53,386 per year. Agriculture (including crops and livestock), mining, lumber, oil, and gas industries, and tourism are the most developed economic sectors.

Top 3 Schools City # of Graduates Graduation Rate Acceptance Rate Most Popular Degrees
University of Montana Missoula 3,194 48.5% 92.4% Business management/marketing
Montana State University Bozeman 3,005 52.8% 82.9% Engineering, Business
Montana State U-Billings Billings 981 23.5% 99.0% Business management/marketing

Montana Real Estate

Before you arrive in Montana, it is better to check out your future neighbors. The information will let you know whether you should rent or purchase the home. Moreover, White Pages will let you check out the owner. The data will give you a chance to find the best way to negotiate for price decreasing.

According to the statistics, the average home value increasing is 2.9% per year. The average price is $237,500, with the median price per square foot at $205. Rent is about $1,300. Listing price is about $329,000. So, you can save about $100,000 while negotiating with the seller, but it all depends on your community skills.

The most expensive property of Montana is in Missoula. The average price is $240,700.

City Avg. Home Value Avg. Household Income
Missoula $240,700 $49,968
Billings $204,800 $49,265
Laurel $196,400 $50,778
Kalispell $195,500 $44,800

Montana Facts

  • Official Name: Montana

  • Name Meaning: The state of Montana is named for the Spanish word for mountain, montaña.

  • Nickname: Big Sky Country

  • Constitution Ratified: 1889

  • Statehood: November 8, 1889 (41st State)

  • Capital: Helena

  • Total Number of Counties: 56

  • Largest City: Billings

  • Largest County (by population): Yellowstone County

  • Population (as of 2018): 1,062,305

  • History: Many Native American tribes lived in the area of Montana before the European explorers. The first explorers were French. Then British and Spanish arrived in the territory. It was British people who found the first trading posts with the regional Native Americans to establish the fur trade. There were a lot of conflicts between European explorers to control the Montana area. The conflicts ended with the Treaty on Louisiana Purchasing between France and the US. According to the treaty, the US government could get the area of Montana too. The Oregon Treaty of 1846 could settle disputes about the land west of the continental divide. Montana became the 41st US state on November 8, 1889.

Fast Facts

  • Montana is the 3rd US state with the lowest population density in the country with an average of 7 persons per square mile.

  • On January 15, 1972, the temperature rose 103 degrees, from -54╦ÜFahrenheit to 49╦ÜFahrenheit in Loma, Montana. It was changed just for 24 hours.

  • The amount of cattle is 2.5 times more than people in Montana.

  • 13 T-Rex specimens as well as the largest Tyrannosaurus skull ever found are in the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana.

  • Nez Perce leader Chief Joseph solved to surrender the US army after the Battle of Bear Paw in 1877. He told “I will fight no more forever.”

  • Helena, Montana, had more millionaires per capita in 1888 than any other city in the world. The reason for it was the discovery of gold.

  • Lolo Hot Springs was the city with the 1st luge run in America in 1965.

  • Montana has more grizzly bears than any other state except Alaska. Moreover, the bear is the official state animal. The solution was accepted in 1983.

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