Known as “Big Sky Country” since the 1960s, Montana is a land of scenic beauty with the majestic Rocky Mountains to the west and rolling plains to the east. With its great wealth of minerals, Montana has historically been nicknamed the “Treasure State.” Tourists come from all over the world to visit Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. With a land area of 14,556 square miles, some 20,000 acres have been set aside as a wildlife refuge. The fourth-largest state and the seventh-least populated state in the United States, Montana has a population of only 989,415 according to the 2010 census. Montana shares a northern border with Canada and an eastern border with North and South Dakota. Idaho stretches to the south and west, and Wyoming ...

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