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MontanaBlack: Der böse Bube aus BuxtehudeMontanaBlack (* 2. März in Buxtehude als Marcel Eris) ist ein deutscher Entertainer, Webvideoproduzent und Livestreamer, der sich in seinen Auftritten. Doch auch im Wikipedia-Artikel von MontanaBlack steht geschrieben, dass Deutschlands größter Streamer am März geboren ist. MontanaBlack. Van Wikipedia, de gratis encyclopedie.
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Seit betreibt Eris seinen zweiten YouTube-Kanal. The Big Hole Valley ,  Bitterroot Valley ,  Gallatin Valley ,  Flathead Valley ,   and Paradise Valley  have extensive agricultural resources and multiple opportunities for tourism and recreation.
East and north of this transition zone are the expansive and sparsely populated Northern Plains , with tableland prairies, smaller island mountain ranges, and badlands.
The area east of the divide in the state' north-central portion is known for the Missouri Breaks and other significant rock formations.
Montana is one of few geographic areas in the world whose rivers form parts of three major watersheds i. West of the divide, the Clark Fork of the Columbia not to be confused with the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River rises near Butte  and flows northwest to Missoula , where it is joined by the Blackfoot River and Bitterroot River.
East of the divide the Missouri River , which is formed by the confluence of the Jefferson , Madison , and Gallatin Rivers near Three Forks ,  flows due north through the west-central part of the state to Great Falls.
There they join the Saskatchewan River , which ultimately empties into Hudson Bay. Montana has some 3, named lakes and reservoirs, including Flathead Lake , the largest natural freshwater lake in the western United States.
Mary Lake in Glacier National Park. The largest reservoir in the state is Fort Peck Reservoir on the Missouri river, which is contained by the second largest earthen dam and largest hydraulically filled dam in the world.
Vegetation of the state includes lodgepole pine , ponderosa pine , Douglas fir , larch , spruce , aspen , birch , red cedar , hemlock , ash , alder , rocky mountain maple and cottonwood trees.
Flowers native to Montana include asters , bitterroots , daisies , lupins , poppies , primroses , columbine , lilies , orchids , and dryads.
Several species of sagebrush and cactus and many species of grasses are common. Many species of mushrooms and lichens  are also found in the state.
Montana is home to diverse fauna including 14 amphibian ,  90 fish,  mammal ,  20 reptile ,  and bird  species.
Additionally, more than 10, invertebrate species are present, including mollusks and 30 crustaceans. Montana has the largest grizzly bear population in the lower 48 states.
The U. These lands are managed by the state for the benefit of public schools and institutions in the state. Areas managed by the National Park Service include: .
Montana is a large state with considerable variation in geography, topography and altitude, and the climate is, therefore, equally varied.
The western half is mountainous, interrupted by numerous large valleys. Eastern Montana comprises plains and badlands, broken by hills and isolated mountain ranges, and has a semiarid , continental climate Köppen climate classification BSk.
The Continental Divide has a considerable effect on the climate, as it restricts the flow of warmer air from the Pacific from moving east, and drier continental air from moving west.
The area west of the divide has a modified northern Pacific Coast climate, with milder winters, cooler summers, less wind, and a longer growing season.
Throughout the state, summer nights are generally cool and pleasant. Extreme hot weather is less common above 4, feet or 1, meters. The coldest temperature on record for Montana is also the coldest temperature for the contiguous United States.
The front is often well defined, causing a large temperature drop in a hour period. Conversely, air flow from the southwest results in " chinooks ".
Loma is the site of the most extreme recorded temperature change in a hour period in the United States. The mountain ranges block the moist Pacific air, holding moisture in the western valleys, and creating rain shadows to the east.
Heron , in the west, receives the most precipitation , On the eastern leeward side of a mountain range, the valleys are much drier; Lonepine averages Most of the larger cities get 30 to 50 inches or 0.
Mountain ranges can accumulate inches or 7. Heavy snowstorms may occur from September through May, though most snow falls from November to March.
The climate has become warmer in Montana [ when? Previously, these cold spells had killed off bark beetles , but these are now attacking the forests of western Montana.
The table below lists average temperatures for the warmest and coldest month for Montana's seven largest cities. The coldest month varies between December and January depending on location, although figures are similar throughout.
Montana is one of only two contiguous states along with Colorado that are antipodal to land. No towns are precisely antipodal to Kerguelen, though Chester and Rudyard are close.
Various indigenous peoples lived in the territory of the present-day state of Montana for thousands of years. Historic tribes encountered by Europeans and settlers from the United States included the Crow in the south-central area, the Cheyenne in the very southeast, the Blackfeet , Assiniboine , and Gros Ventres in the central and north-central area, and the Kootenai and Salish in the west.
The smaller Pend d'Oreille and Kalispel tribes lived near Flathead Lake and the western mountains, respectively.
A part of southeastern Montana was used as a corridor between the Crows and the related Hidatsas in North Dakota. The land in Montana east of the continental divide was part of the Louisiana Purchase in Subsequent to and particularly in the decades following the Lewis and Clark Expedition , American, British, and French traders operated a fur trade , typically working with indigenous peoples, in both eastern and western portions of what would become Montana.
These dealings were not always peaceful, and though the fur trade brought some material gain for indigenous tribal groups, it also brought exposure to European diseases and altered their economic and cultural traditions.
The first permanent settlement by Euro-Americans in what today is Montana was St. Mary's near present-day Stevensville. The first gold discovered in Montana was at Gold Creek near present-day Garrison in A series of major mining discoveries in the western third of the state starting in found gold, silver, copper, lead, and coal and later oil which attracted tens of thousands of miners to the area.
The richest of all gold placer diggings was discovered at Alder Gulch, where the town of Virginia City was established.
The largest mining operations were in the city of Butte, which had important silver deposits and gigantic copper deposits. Before the creation of Montana Territory — , areas within present-day Montana were part of the Oregon Territory — , Washington Territory — , Idaho Territory — , and Dakota Territory — The first territorial capital was at Bannack.
The first territorial governor was Sidney Edgerton. The capital moved to Virginia City in and to Helena in In , the non-Indian population of Montana Territory was 20, As settlers began populating Montana from the s through the s, disputes with Native Americans ensued, primarily over land ownership and control.
In , Washington Territorial Governor Isaac Stevens negotiated the Hellgate treaty between the United States government and the Salish, Pend d'Oreille, and Kootenai people of western Montana, which established boundaries for the tribal nations.
The treaty was ratified in The first U. More than a dozen additional military outposts were established in the state.
Pressure over land ownership and control increased due to discoveries of gold in various parts of Montana and surrounding states.
The last recorded conflict in Montana between the U. Indian survivors who had signed treaties were generally required to move onto reservations.
Simultaneously with these conflicts, bison , a keystone species and the primary protein source that Native people had survived on for centuries, were being destroyed.
Some estimates say more than 13 million bison were in Montana in Cattle ranching has been central to Montana's history and economy since Johnny Grant began wintering cattle in the Deer Lodge Valley in the s and traded cattle fattened in fertile Montana valleys with emigrants on the Oregon Trail.
Davis started a major open-range cattle operation in Fergus County in Operated by the National Park Service , it is a 1,acre 7.
However, the railroad played a major role in sparking tensions with Native American tribes in the s. Jay Cooke , the NPR president, launched major surveys into the Yellowstone valley in , , and , which were challenged forcefully by the Sioux under chief Sitting Bull.
These clashes, in part, contributed to the Panic of , a financial crisis that delayed construction of the railroad into Montana.
In , the Utah and Northern Railway , a branch line of the Union Pacific , completed a narrow-gauge line from northern Utah to Butte.
Joseph K. Toole, Governor of the State of Montana: The president signed and issued the proclamation declaring Montana a state of the union at o'clock this morning.
Under Territorial Governor Thomas Meagher , Montanans held a constitutional convention in in a failed bid for statehood.
A second constitutional convention held in Helena in produced a constitution ratified by Montana citizens in November For political reasons, Congress did not approve Montana statehood until February and President Grover Cleveland signed an omnibus bill granting statehood to Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Washington once the appropriate state constitutions were crafted.
In July , Montanans convened their third constitutional convention and produced a constitution accepted by the people and the federal government.
The first state governor was Joseph K. The Homestead Act of provided free land to settlers who could claim and "prove-up" acres 0. Montana did not see a large influx of immigrants from this act because acres were usually insufficient to support a family in the arid territory.
The Desert Land Act of was passed to allow settlement of arid lands in the west and allotted acres 2.
After three years, a fee of one dollar per acre would be paid and the land would be owned by the settler.
This act brought mostly cattle and sheep ranchers into Montana, many of whom grazed their herds on the Montana prairie for three years, did little to irrigate the land and then abandoned it without paying the final fees.
In the early s, James J. Hill of the Great Northern began to promote settlement in the Montana prairie to fill his trains with settlers and goods.
Other railroads followed suit. In , Congress passed the Enlarged Homestead Act that expanded the amount of free land from to acres 0.
In addition, Montana was going through a temporary period of higher-than-average precipitation. Honyocker, scissorbill, nester He was the Joad of a [half] century ago, swarming into a hostile land: duped when he started, robbed when he arrived; hopeful, courageous, ambitious: he sought independence or adventure, comfort and security The honyocker was farmer, spinster, deep-sea diver; fiddler, physician, bartender, cook.
He lived in Minnesota or Wisconsin, Massachusetts or Maine. There the news sought him out—Jim Hill's news of free land in the Treasure State However, farmers faced a number of problems.
Massive debt was one. Weather and agricultural conditions are much harsher and drier west of the th meridian. Many people left, and half the banks in the state went bankrupt as a result of providing mortgages that could not be repaid.
By , homesteaders filed claims on over five million acres, and by , over 93 million acres were farmed. Her actions were widely criticized in Montana, where support for the war and patriotism were strong.
Around Montanans died as a result of the war and were wounded, also higher than any other state on a per capita basis.
The war created a boom for Montana mining, lumber, and farming interests, as demand for war materials and food increased.
In June , the U. Congress passed the Espionage Act of , which was extended by the Sedition Act of The Montana Act led to the arrest of more than individuals and the conviction of 78, mostly of German or Austrian descent.
More than 40 spent time in prison. In May , then-Governor Brian Schweitzer posthumously issued full pardons for all those convicted of violating the Montana Sedition Act.
The Montanans who opposed U. Stewart and local "loyalty committees". War sentiment was complicated by labor issues. The Anaconda Copper Company , which was at its historic peak of copper production,  was an extremely powerful force in Montana, but it also faced criticism and opposition from socialist newspapers and unions struggling to make gains for their members.
He gave some speeches with inflammatory antiwar rhetoric. On August 1, , he was dragged from his boarding house by masked vigilantes , and hanged from a railroad trestle, considered a lynching.
The council also passed rules limiting public gatherings and prohibiting the speaking of German in public. In the wake of the legislative action in , emotions rose.
Attorney Burton K. Wheeler and several district court judges who hesitated to prosecute or convict people brought up on charges were strongly criticized.
Wheeler was brought before the Council of Defense, though he avoided formal proceedings, and a district court judge from Forsyth was impeached.
Burnings of German-language books and several near-hangings occurred. The prohibition on speaking German remained in effect into the early s.
Complicating the wartime struggles, the influenza epidemic claimed the lives of more than 5, Montanans.
This caused great hardship for farmers, ranchers, and miners. The wheat farms in eastern Montana make the state a major producer; the wheat has a relatively high protein content, thus commands premium prices.
By the time the U. Another 40,plus Montanans entered the armed forces in the first year following the declaration of war, and more than 57, joined up before the war ended.
These numbers constituted about ten percent of the state's population, and Montana again contributed one of the highest numbers of soldiers per capita of any state.
At least Montanans died in the war. S-Canadian commando-style force that trained at Fort William Henry Harrison for experience in mountainous and winter conditions before deployment.
During the war, about 30 Japanese Fu-Go balloon bombs were documented to have landed in Montana, though no casualties nor major forest fires were attributed to them.
In , Jeannette Rankin was again elected to Congress. In , as she had in , she voted against the United States' declaration of war after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Hers was the only vote against the war, and in the wake of public outcry over her vote, Rankin required police protection for a time.
Other pacifists tended to be those from "peace churches" who generally opposed war. Many individuals claiming conscientious objector status from throughout the U.
Montana is the only one of the first 48 states lacking a completed battleship being named for it. Alaska and Hawaii have both had nuclear submarines named after them.
Montana is the only state in the union without a modern naval ship named in its honor. The first operational missiles were in place and ready in early Kennedy said the Soviets backed down because they knew he had an "ace in the hole", referring directly to the Minuteman missiles in Montana.
According to the Census, Montana has a larger Native American population, both numerically and as a percentage, than most U. Ranked 45th in population by the Census it is 19th in native people,  who are 6.
As of , almost two-thirds of Native Americans in the state live in urban areas. While the largest European-American population in Montana overall is German, pockets of significant Scandinavian ancestry are prevalent in some of the farming-dominated northern and eastern prairie regions, parallel to nearby regions of North Dakota and Minnesota.
Farmers of Irish, Scots, and English roots also settled in Montana. The historically mining-oriented communities of western Montana such as Butte have a wider range of European-American ethnicity; Finns , Eastern Europeans and especially Irish settlers left an indelible mark on the area, as well as people originally from British mining regions such as Cornwall , Devon , and Wales.
The nearby city of Helena, also founded as a mining camp, had a similar mix in addition to a small Chinatown.
Hutterite population, with several colonies spread across the state. Beginning in the mids, the state also had an influx of Amish , who moved to Montana from the increasingly urbanized areas of Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Montana's Hispanic population is concentrated in the Billings area in south-central Montana, where many of Montana's Mexican-Americans have been in the state for generations.
The Chinese in Montana, while a low percentage today, have been an important presence. About — Chinese miners were in the mining areas of Montana by , and in However, public opinion grew increasingly negative toward them in the s, and nearly half of the state's Asian population left the state by English is the official language in the state of Montana, as it is in many U.
According to the Census , About 13, Spanish-language speakers were in the state 1. The largest denominations in Montana as of were the Catholic Church with , adherents, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with 46, adherents, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America with 38, adherents, and nondenominational Evangelical Protestant with 27, adherents.
About 66, people of Native American heritage live in Montana. Stemming from multiple treaties and federal legislation, including the Indian Appropriations Act , the Dawes Act , and the Indian Reorganization Act , seven Indian reservations, encompassing 11 federally recognized tribal nations, were created in Montana.
A 12th nation, the Little Shell Chippewa is a " landless " people headquartered in Great Falls ; it is recognized by the state of Montana, but not by the U.
Montana's Constitution specifically reads, "the state recognizes the distinct and unique cultural heritage of the American Indians and is committed in its educational goals to the preservation of their cultural integrity.
The Indian Education for All Act was passed in to provide funding for this mandate and ensure implementation. The University of Montana "was the first to establish dual admission agreements with all of the tribal colleges and as such it was the first institution in the nation to actively facilitate student transfer from the tribal colleges.
Note: Births in table do not add up, because Hispanics are counted both by their ethnicity and by their race, giving a higher overall number.
Bureau of Economic Analysis. Archived from the original on April 6, Montana is a relative hub of beer microbrewing , ranking third in the nation in number of craft breweries per capita in Ecotaxes on resource extraction are numerous.
Montana , U. Tourism is also important to the economy, with more than ten million visitors a year to Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake, the Missouri River headwaters, the site of the Battle of Little Bighorn , and three of the five entrances to Yellowstone National Park.
Montana's personal income tax contains seven brackets, with rates ranging from 1. However, property taxes are assessed on livestock, farm machinery, heavy equipment, automobiles, trucks, and business equipment.
The amount of property tax owed is not determined solely by the property's value. The property's value is multiplied by a tax rate, set by the Montana Legislature, to determine its taxable value.
The taxable value is then multiplied by the mill levy established by various taxing jurisdictions—city and county government, school districts, and others.
In , the Montana Legislature passed a law allowing towns with fewer than 5, residents and unincorporated communities with fewer than 2, to levy a resort tax if more than half the community's income came from tourism.
The resort tax is a sales tax that applies to hotels, motels and other lodging and camping facilities; restaurants, fast-food stores, and other food service establishments; taverns, bars, night clubs, lounges, or other public establishments that serve alcohol; as well as destination ski resorts or other destination recreational facilities.
This extremely disproportionate ratio of residents paying taxes vs. The Montana University System consists of:. The Montana Territory was formed on April 26, , when the U.
The first schools were subscription schools that typically met in the teacher's home. The first formal school on record was at Fort Owen in Bitterroot valley in The students were Indian children and the children of Fort Owen employees.
The first school term started in early winter and lasted only until February Classes were taught by Mr. The first school year ran through the summer and did not end until August One of the first teachers at the school was Sarah Raymond.
She was a year-old woman who had traveled to Virginia City via wagon train in With the help of an assistant teacher, Mrs. Farley,  Raymond was responsible for teaching 50 to 60 students each day out of the 81 students enrolled at the school.
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