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Montana Almanac, 2nd Edition (Insiders Guide)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0762736550, Paperback)What is the only Montana newspaper to win a Pulitzer Prize? Which are more numerous in Montana-humans or cows? Which county produced the most barley-6,955,000 bushels-in 1995? How many Montanans does it take to make a pet cremation urn? Who's won more Big Sky Conference championships in football-the Grizzlies or the Bobcats? Where was General Thomas Meagher, acting governor of Montana Territory from 1865-67, last seen before he mysteriously disappeared? These and thousands of other questions are answered in Montana Almanac by Andrea Merril, a former legislative researcher, and Judy Jacobson, the former state senator from Butte who ran for lieutenant governor and governor in 1996. Readers will find Montana Almanac an indispensable fact book that should grace the shelves of every Montana household, office, classroom, and library. These 504 pages contain 189 tables and graphs, 27 maps, 135 photographs, 75 biographical sketches of notable Montanans, and mountains of facts on Montana-its history, people, natural treasures, weather, government, education, media, agriculture, business, roadways, sports, recreation, and arts. A comprehensive index puts all this information at your fingertips.
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