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Federated state of the Northern USA, 380,848 km², 944,632 residents (2006
estimate), 2 inhabitants / km², capital: Helena. Borders: North Dakota and South
Dakota (E), Wyoming (S), Idaho (W); Canada (N). "For the geographical map
see the lemma of the 13th volume." "The geographical map of the state is on page
143 of the 15th volume."
In the western sector of the state there are mountain ranges that form part
of the Rocky Mountains (Lewis Range; Bitterroot Range; Absaroka Range,
culminating in Granite Peak, 3901 m, the highest elevation of the state; Crazy
Mountains), while the Bearpow and Big Snowy mountains they raise almost isolated
on the alteterre of central Montana; Finally, high plateaus heavily incised by
river erosion and dominated by irregular hilly groups extend. Montana's rivers
flow partly to the Pacific Ocean, such as the Kootenai and Clark Fork, and
partly to the Atlantic Ocean, such as Missouri, which here receives the
tributaries Milk, Musselshell and Yellowstone. Among the numerous lakes, the
largest are Flathead and some artificial basins along Missouri (Fort Peck)
and Yellowstone. The continental climate is characterized by low rainfall. Main
economic resources are agriculture (wheat, barley, potatoes, sugar beets,
alfalfa, oilseeds), breeding (cattle, sheep, pigs, poultry), the exploitation of
forests and that of the rich subsoil (oil, copper, phosphates, gold, silver,
zinc, manganese, natural gas, coal); key industries are metallurgical (copper,
zinc, aluminum), food, petrochemical and chemical (fertilizers). Important
cities, besides the capital, are Billings,Great Falls, Missoula, Butte, Bozeman
The territory, which was part of French Louisiana, passed to the USA in 1803.
At first scarcely explored, it was intensely populated following the discovery
of gold deposits (1860-64) and the consequent gold rush. Organized as a
territory in 1864, between 1870 and 1881 it was the scene of bloody clashes with
the Indians who resisted the white penetration. In 1889 he was admitted as a
state in the Union.
City (28,306 residents in 1998) and capital of the state of Montana (USA),
120 km SW of Great Falls, 1266 m to the left of the Missouri River. Agricultural
market, it is home to food, mechanical, wood and for the processing of minerals
extracted in the surroundings (gold, silver, zinc, lead). Airport.
City (66,800 residents) of the state of southern Montana (USA), 280 km ESE
of the capital Helena, at 951 m on the Yellowstone River. Market of agricultural
products (alfalfa, cereals, sugar beets) and livestock (meat, wool) of the
surrounding region, is home to food and petrochemical industries. Airport.
City (56,700 residents) of the State of Montana (USA), the main one for
economic importance. Located at 1009 m above sea level on the Missouri River, 20
km S of the waterfalls from which it takes its name and which are used for the
production of electricity, it is an important railway junction and home to large
mechanical, metallurgical (copper), food industries, chemical and
City (33,400 residents) of the State of Montana (USA), 220 km WSW of Great
Falls, 978 m on the Clark Fork River. Road and railway junction with food and
wood industries. University of Montana (1893). Airport.
City (37,200 residents) of the state of southwestern Montana (USA), 70 km
SSW of the capital Helena, 1760 m in the Rocky Mountains. It was founded in 1864
for the exploitation of the very rich deposits of copper, manganese, gold,
silver, lead and zinc. It houses a geological museum.
Mining center (10,400 residents) of Montana (United States), 80 km SW
of Helena. It is located in a harsh and desolate area on the northern slope of
Mount Evans, in the Anaconda Range, on a tributary of the Clark Fork. Nearby
there are very rich deposits of copper (hence the original name of Copperopolis)
and zinc, whose minerals are processed in local industries. Winter sports.