Gallatin County, Montana

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Gallatin County is a county in the U.S. state of Montana.wikipedia
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Bozeman, Montana

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With its county seat in Bozeman, it is the third-most populous county in Montana, with a population of 89,513 in 2010.
Bozeman is a city in and the seat of Gallatin County, Montana.

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Gallatin County is a county in the U.S. state of Montana.
The Big Hole Valley, Bitterroot Valley, Gallatin Valley, Flathead Valley, and Paradise Valley have extensive agricultural resources and multiple opportunities for tourism and recreation.

West Yellowstone, Montana

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At the southern end of the county, West Yellowstone's entrance into Yellowstone National Park accounts for around half of all park visitors.
West Yellowstone is a town in Gallatin County, Montana, adjacent to Yellowstone National Park.

Bridger Range

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The county's prominent geographical features are the Bridger mountains in the north, and the Gallatin mountains mountains and Gallatin River in the south, named by Meriwether Lewis in 1805 for Albert Gallatin, the United States Treasury Secretary who formulated the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Although the range is mostly in Gallatin County, a small portion extends into Park County.

Madison County, Montana

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Big Sky Resort, the largest ski resort in the United States, lies in Gallatin and neighboring Madison counties, midway between Bozeman and West Yellowstone.

Montana Highway 85

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Highway 85 (MT 85) is a 6.704 mi north–south state highway traversing the central Gallatin Valley in the U.S. State of Montana.

Dakota Territory

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During the territorial era, a small patch of land known as "Lost Dakota" existed as a remote exclave of Dakota Territory until it was transferred to Gallatin County, Montana Territory, in 1873.
A small patch of land known as "Lost Dakota" existed as a remote exclave of Dakota Territory until it became part of Gallatin County, Montana Territory, in 1873.

Gallatin National Forest

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In descending order of land area the forest is located in parts of Park, Gallatin, Sweet Grass, Madison, Carbon, and Meagher counties.

Yellowstone National Park (part), Montana

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The county attained its present boundaries in 1978, when the former Yellowstone National Park (part) county-equivalent was dissolved and apportioned between Gallatin County and Park County.
Its status as a county-equivalent was dissolved in 1978, and its territory apportioned between its two adjacent Montana counties: Gallatin County and Park County.

Albert Gallatin

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The county's prominent geographical features are the Bridger mountains in the north, and the Gallatin mountains mountains and Gallatin River in the south, named by Meriwether Lewis in 1805 for Albert Gallatin, the United States Treasury Secretary who formulated the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
The town of Three Forks is in Gallatin County, Montana, and Montana also hosts Gallatin National Forest and Gallatin Range.

Lost Dakota

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During the territorial era, a small patch of land known as "Lost Dakota" existed as a remote exclave of Dakota Territory until it was transferred to Gallatin County, Montana Territory, in 1873.
In 1873, it was transferred to Gallatin County, Montana Territory.

U.S. Route 287

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US 287 heads toward the northwest, merging with Montana Highway 2 (MT 2) north of Sappington, and running northeast.

1944 United States presidential election in Montana

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This was the last occasion Gallatin County voted for a Democratic presidential candidate until Barack Obama carried the county in 2008.

Three Forks, Montana

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Three Forks is a city in Gallatin County, Montana, United States and is located within the watershed valley system of both the Missouri and Mississippi rivers drainage basins — and is historically considered the birthplace or start of the Missouri River.

Belgrade, Montana

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Belgrade is a town in Gallatin County, Montana, United States.

Manhattan, Montana

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Manhattan is a town in Gallatin County, Montana, United States.