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Wyoming (Wyoming, United States) (search for this): entry montana-state-of
Montana, State of Is bounded on the north by British Columbia and the Northwest Territory; on the east by North and South Dakota; on the south by Wyoming and Idaho; and on the west by Idaho; area, 146,080 square miles; capital, Helena; admitted to the Union Nov. 8, 1889. State seal of Montana. By act of Congress in May, 1864, Montana. was taken from the eastern portion of Idaho and organized as a separate Territory. The State is exceedingly rich in mineral productions, especially gold, silver, copper, lead, and coal. There are also very large and excellent tracts of grazing land. The population in 1890 was 132,159; in 1900, 243,329. See United States, Montana, in vol. IX. Territorial governors. Sydney Edgertonterm beginsJune 22, 1864 Thos. Francis Meagheracting1865 Green Clay Smithterm beginsJuly 13, 1866 James M. Ashleyterm beginsApril 9, 1869 Benjamin F. Pottsterm beginsJuly 13, 1870 John Schuyler Crosbyterm begins1883 B. Platt Carpenterterm begins1884 Samue
South Dakota (South Dakota, United States) (search for this): entry montana-state-of
Montana, State of Is bounded on the north by British Columbia and the Northwest Territory; on the east by North and South Dakota; on the south by Wyoming and Idaho; and on the west by Idaho; area, 146,080 square miles; capital, Helena; admitted to the Union Nov. 8, 1889. State seal of Montana. By act of Congress in May, 1864, Montana. was taken from the eastern portion of Idaho and organized as a separate Territory. The State is exceedingly rich in mineral productions, especially gold, silver, copper, lead, and coal. There are also very large and excellent tracts of grazing land. The population in 1890 was 132,159; in 1900, 243,329. See United States, Montana, in vol. IX. Territorial governors. Sydney Edgertonterm beginsJune 22, 1864 Thos. Francis Meagheracting1865 Green Clay Smithterm beginsJuly 13, 1866 James M. Ashleyterm beginsApril 9, 1869 Benjamin F. Pottsterm beginsJuly 13, 1870 John Schuyler Crosbyterm begins1883 B. Platt Carpenterterm begins1884 Samuel
Montana (Montana, United States) (search for this): entry montana-state-of
Montana, State of Is bounded on the north by British Columbia and the Northwest Territory; on the east by North and South Dakota; on the south by Wyoming and Idaho; and on the west by Idaho; area, 146,080 square miles; capital, Helena; admitted to the Union Nov. 8, 1889. State seal of Montana. By act of Congress in May, 186Montana. By act of Congress in May, 1864, Montana. was taken from the eastern portion of Idaho and organized as a separate Territory. The State is exceedingly rich in mineral productions, especially gold, silver, copper, lead, and coal. There are also very large and excellent tracts of grazing land. The population in 1890 was 132,159; in 1900, 243,329. See United SMontana. was taken from the eastern portion of Idaho and organized as a separate Territory. The State is exceedingly rich in mineral productions, especially gold, silver, copper, lead, and coal. There are also very large and excellent tracts of grazing land. The population in 1890 was 132,159; in 1900, 243,329. See United States, Montana, in vol. IX. Territorial governors. Sydney Edgertonterm beginsJune 22, 1864 Thos. Francis Meagheracting1865 Green Clay Smithterm beginsJuly 13, 1866 James M. Ashleyterm beginsApril 9, 1869 Benjamin F. Pottsterm beginsJuly 13, 1870 John Schuyler Crosbyterm begins1883 B. Platt Carpenterterm begins1884 Samue
Idaho (Idaho, United States) (search for this): entry montana-state-of
Montana, State of Is bounded on the north by British Columbia and the Northwest Territory; on the east by North and South Dakota; on the south by Wyoming and Idaho; and on the west by Idaho; area, 146,080 square miles; capital, Helena; admitted to the Union Nov. 8, 1889. State seal of Montana. By act of Congress in May, 186Idaho; area, 146,080 square miles; capital, Helena; admitted to the Union Nov. 8, 1889. State seal of Montana. By act of Congress in May, 1864, Montana. was taken from the eastern portion of Idaho and organized as a separate Territory. The State is exceedingly rich in mineral productions, especially gold, silver, copper, lead, and coal. There are also very large and excellent tracts of grazing land. The population in 1890 was 132,159; in 1900, 243,329. See United SIdaho and organized as a separate Territory. The State is exceedingly rich in mineral productions, especially gold, silver, copper, lead, and coal. There are also very large and excellent tracts of grazing land. The population in 1890 was 132,159; in 1900, 243,329. See United States, Montana, in vol. IX. Territorial governors. Sydney Edgertonterm beginsJune 22, 1864 Thos. Francis Meagheracting1865 Green Clay Smithterm beginsJuly 13, 1866 James M. Ashleyterm beginsApril 9, 1869 Benjamin F. Pottsterm beginsJuly 13, 1870 John Schuyler Crosbyterm begins1883 B. Platt Carpenterterm begins1884 Samue
British Columbia (Canada) (search for this): entry montana-state-of
Montana, State of Is bounded on the north by British Columbia and the Northwest Territory; on the east by North and South Dakota; on the south by Wyoming and Idaho; and on the west by Idaho; area, 146,080 square miles; capital, Helena; admitted to the Union Nov. 8, 1889. State seal of Montana. By act of Congress in May, 1864, Montana. was taken from the eastern portion of Idaho and organized as a separate Territory. The State is exceedingly rich in mineral productions, especially gold, silver, copper, lead, and coal. There are also very large and excellent tracts of grazing land. The population in 1890 was 132,159; in 1900, 243,329. See United States, Montana, in vol. IX. Territorial governors. Sydney Edgertonterm beginsJune 22, 1864 Thos. Francis Meagheracting1865 Green Clay Smithterm beginsJuly 13, 1866 James M. Ashleyterm beginsApril 9, 1869 Benjamin F. Pottsterm beginsJuly 13, 1870 John Schuyler Crosbyterm begins1883 B. Platt Carpenterterm begins1884 Samuel
United States (United States) (search for this): entry montana-state-of
e and excellent tracts of grazing land. The population in 1890 was 132,159; in 1900, 243,329. See United States, Montana, in vol. IX. Territorial governors. Sydney Edgertonterm beginsJune 22, 1864 Thos. Francis Meagheracting1865 Green Clay Smithterm beginsJuly 13, 1866 James M. Ashleyterm beginsApril 9, 1869 Benjamin F. Pottsterm beginsJuly 13, 1870 John Schuyler Crosbyterm begins1883 B. Platt Carpenterterm begins1884 Samuel T. Hauserterm begins1885 Preston H. Leslieterm begins1887 Benjamin F. Whiteterm begins1889 State governors. Joseph K. Tooleterm beginsNov. 8, 1889 John E. Rickardsterm beginsJan. 1893 Robert B. Smithterm beginsJan. 1897 Joseph K. Tooleterm beginsJan. 1901 United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Term. Wilbur F. Sanders51st1890 to 1893 Thomas C. Power51st to 54th1890 to 1895 Vacant53d Lee Mantle54th to 56th1895 to 1899 Thomas H. Carter54th to —1895 to 1901 William A. Clark56th to —1901 to 1907 Paris Gibson56th to —1901 t
e and excellent tracts of grazing land. The population in 1890 was 132,159; in 1900, 243,329. See United States, Montana, in vol. IX. Territorial governors. Sydney Edgertonterm beginsJune 22, 1864 Thos. Francis Meagheracting1865 Green Clay Smithterm beginsJuly 13, 1866 James M. Ashleyterm beginsApril 9, 1869 Benjamin F. Pottsterm beginsJuly 13, 1870 John Schuyler Crosbyterm begins1883 B. Platt Carpenterterm begins1884 Samuel T. Hauserterm begins1885 Preston H. Leslieterm begins1887 Benjamin F. Whiteterm begins1889 State governors. Joseph K. Tooleterm beginsNov. 8, 1889 John E. Rickardsterm beginsJan. 1893 Robert B. Smithterm beginsJan. 1897 Joseph K. Tooleterm beginsJan. 1901 United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Term. Wilbur F. Sanders51st1890 to 1893 Thomas C. Power51st to 54th1890 to 1895 Vacant53d Lee Mantle54th to 56th1895 to 1899 Thomas H. Carter54th to —1895 to 1901 William A. Clark56th to —1901 to 1907 Paris Gibson56th to —1901 t
B. Platt Carpenter (search for this): entry montana-state-of
al productions, especially gold, silver, copper, lead, and coal. There are also very large and excellent tracts of grazing land. The population in 1890 was 132,159; in 1900, 243,329. See United States, Montana, in vol. IX. Territorial governors. Sydney Edgertonterm beginsJune 22, 1864 Thos. Francis Meagheracting1865 Green Clay Smithterm beginsJuly 13, 1866 James M. Ashleyterm beginsApril 9, 1869 Benjamin F. Pottsterm beginsJuly 13, 1870 John Schuyler Crosbyterm begins1883 B. Platt Carpenterterm begins1884 Samuel T. Hauserterm begins1885 Preston H. Leslieterm begins1887 Benjamin F. Whiteterm begins1889 State governors. Joseph K. Tooleterm beginsNov. 8, 1889 John E. Rickardsterm beginsJan. 1893 Robert B. Smithterm beginsJan. 1897 Joseph K. Tooleterm beginsJan. 1901 United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Term. Wilbur F. Sanders51st1890 to 1893 Thomas C. Power51st to 54th1890 to 1895 Vacant53d Lee Mantle54th to 56th1895 to 1899 Thomas H. Carter54th t
Thomas Francis Meagher (search for this): entry montana-state-of
89. State seal of Montana. By act of Congress in May, 1864, Montana. was taken from the eastern portion of Idaho and organized as a separate Territory. The State is exceedingly rich in mineral productions, especially gold, silver, copper, lead, and coal. There are also very large and excellent tracts of grazing land. The population in 1890 was 132,159; in 1900, 243,329. See United States, Montana, in vol. IX. Territorial governors. Sydney Edgertonterm beginsJune 22, 1864 Thos. Francis Meagheracting1865 Green Clay Smithterm beginsJuly 13, 1866 James M. Ashleyterm beginsApril 9, 1869 Benjamin F. Pottsterm beginsJuly 13, 1870 John Schuyler Crosbyterm begins1883 B. Platt Carpenterterm begins1884 Samuel T. Hauserterm begins1885 Preston H. Leslieterm begins1887 Benjamin F. Whiteterm begins1889 State governors. Joseph K. Tooleterm beginsNov. 8, 1889 John E. Rickardsterm beginsJan. 1893 Robert B. Smithterm beginsJan. 1897 Joseph K. Tooleterm beginsJan. 1901 Unit
ere are also very large and excellent tracts of grazing land. The population in 1890 was 132,159; in 1900, 243,329. See United States, Montana, in vol. IX. Territorial governors. Sydney Edgertonterm beginsJune 22, 1864 Thos. Francis Meagheracting1865 Green Clay Smithterm beginsJuly 13, 1866 James M. Ashleyterm beginsApril 9, 1869 Benjamin F. Pottsterm beginsJuly 13, 1870 John Schuyler Crosbyterm begins1883 B. Platt Carpenterterm begins1884 Samuel T. Hauserterm begins1885 Preston H. Leslieterm begins1887 Benjamin F. Whiteterm begins1889 State governors. Joseph K. Tooleterm beginsNov. 8, 1889 John E. Rickardsterm beginsJan. 1893 Robert B. Smithterm beginsJan. 1897 Joseph K. Tooleterm beginsJan. 1901 United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Term. Wilbur F. Sanders51st1890 to 1893 Thomas C. Power51st to 54th1890 to 1895 Vacant53d Lee Mantle54th to 56th1895 to 1899 Thomas H. Carter54th to —1895 to 1901 William A. Clark56th to —1901 to 1907 Paris Gibso
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