Montana Genealogy

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United States > Montana

Welcome to Montana, Big Sky Country

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Before 1900 the largest religious groups in Montana were the Roman Catholic, Methodist, Episcopal, and Presbyterian churches. Each group arrived during the territorial period to proselytize among the Indians and the miners. The Family History Library has a few church records for Montana. The collection also includes histories of the United Methodists, United Brethren, and Roman Catholics. Read more...

Did You Know?

  • The Family History Library has several Montana maps from 1860 to the present. The Montana Historical Society and other archives have more extensive collections of maps and atlases. Read more...

Counties

Extinct or Renamed Counties:
| Edgerton |

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