Montana CountiesThere are 56 Counties in Montana. Montana has two consolidated city-counties—Anaconda with Deer Lodge County and Butte with Silver Bow County. The portion of Yellowstone National Park that lies within Montana was not part of any county until 1997, when part of it was nominally added to Gallatin County, and the rest of it to Park County.
Teton County, Montana
Teton County History, Geography, and Demographics
Etymology - Origin of County Name
The Teton Range which is in turn named for the French word for beast, teton.
County QuickFacts: Census Bureau Quick Facts
Teton County was created 7 February 1893 from Chouteau County. County seat: Choteau
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,293 square miles (5,938 kmē), of which,
2,273 square miles (5,886 kmē) of it is land and 20 square miles (52 kmē) of it (0.87%) is water.
Cities and Towns:
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