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By Rick and Susie Graetz
Department of Geography University of Montana 

Bits of Montana Wisdom (Part 3)


Rick and Susie Graetz

Main street of the small town of Augusta, Montana

Do you sometimes think the state is being inundated with new ways and we are losing the real Montana? In some places perhaps yes, but most of the state is still the Montana we have always known and perceived. It is only in a small percentage of the state's mass where this change has actually taken place.

The last census showed Montana, the fourth-largest state in the nation in terms of landmass, as having 989,415 folks residing within its borders. We use the 2010 census, as it provides the most accurate information. Since then some places, many actually, have grown smaller and some larger....

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