Montana White Pages

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Notable People from MontanaNotable Work/Position
Michael (Mike) MansfieldAmerican politician and diplomat, U.S. Representative and Senator, longest-serving Senate Majority Leader (1961-1977), Ambassador to Japan (1977-1988)
Dorothy M. JohnsonAuthor of American Western fiction
Philip (Phil) JacksonProfessional basketball player, Chicago Bulls, LA Lakers Coach, most NBA titles won as head coach (11)
Jeannette RankinFirst woman elected to the U.S. Congress in 1916, 4 years before women won the right to vote by the 19th amendment
Charles M. RussellAmerican Old West artist and sculptor
Michelle WilliamsAcademy-Award nominated actress, Golden Globe winner
Evel KnievelStuntman, performer, and daredevil motorcyclist
Ted TurnerBusinessman, philanthropist, Founder of CNN, TBS

Searching for Someone in Montana

Montana is the 43rd most populated state in the U.S. The total population of Montana is over 1.06 million residents with 419,975 households. The average household size is 2.4 members (based on 2017 census data). To refine your search for someone in Montana, consider the age, gender, and demographic of your subject to ensure you’re on the right track.

The predominant race in Montana is white, making up 86.2% of the state’s population. The median age is 40, with 49.6% of the total population female and 50.4% male. The most populated city is Billings, with 110,668 people.

The economy of Montana employs 481,000 people. The median income is $53,386. Leading economic sectors in Montana include agriculture (including crops and livestock), mining, lumber, oil, and gas industries, and tourism.

Top 3 SchoolsCity# of GraduatesGraduation RateAcceptance RateMost Popular Degrees
University of MontanaMissoula3,19448.5%92.4%Business management/marketing
Montana State UniversityBozeman3,00552.8%82.9%Engineering, Business
Montana State U-BillingsBillings98123.5%99.0%Business management/marketing

Montana Real Estate

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Home values in Montana have gone up 6.0% in the past year and are anticipated to rise 2.9% in 2019. The median home value is $237,500 with the median price per square foot at $205. The median rent price is $1,300. The median listing price for homes statewide is $329,000.

The city with the highest home value is Missoula, with a median home value of $240,700.

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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: Montana was home to many Native American tribes before the arrival of European explorers. The French were the first Europeans in the area, followed by the Spanish and the British. They operated trading posts with the regional Native Americans to establish the fur trade. Conflicts over land claims and governance among the European settlers ensued. Ultimately the United States acquired the land east of the continental divide from France as part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. The land west of the continental divide was disputed territory between the U.S. and Britain until the Oregon Treaty of 1846, and became part of the United States. Montana became the 41st state admitted to the Union on November 8, 1889.

Fast Facts:

  • Montana has the third-lowest population density in the country with an average of 7 persons per square mile.
  • Loma, Montana holds the national record for temperature change within 24 hours. On January 15, 1972, the temperature rose 103 degrees, from -54˚Fahrenheit to 49˚Fahrenheit!
  • There are 2.5 times as many cattle as people in Montana.
  • The Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman is known for its collection of dinosaur fossils. 13 T-Rex specimens as well as the largest Tyrannosaurus skull ever found are on display there.
  • Nez Perce leader Chief Joseph surrendered to the U.S. Army in the Battle of Bear Paw in 1877. He concluded his famous surrender speech with “I will fight no more forever.”
  • Helena had more millionaires per capita in 1888 than any other city in the world, thanks to the discovery of gold.
  • The first luge run in America was built at Lolo Hot Springs in 1965.
  • Montana has more grizzly bears than any other state except Alaska. The grizzly was also selected as the official state animal in 1983. After all, why annoy a grizzly?

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