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    Homesteading In Montana

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    Homesteading in Montana became a way of life in 1862, several citizens from all around fled to Montana to claim land and began farming and ranching. Although this might sound easy there were many stipulations and processes in order to make homesteading possible. From families, wives, operations and much more led into the boom. “The ready available of free or inexpensive land and the new methods of dry farming made the Montana homestead boom possible” (Malone, Roeder and Lang 238). “Three important factors gave the rise to the Homestead Boom in Montana: the dry land farming system of agriculture, the availability of large tracts of land either free or at low prices, and the mammoth promotional campaign that cracked up around 1908” ( Malone,…

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    The Magic of Montana As I walked through the wild roses and Indian Paintbrushes one early morning in the backwoods, I got caught up in the magic of Montana. At the beginning of this experience, I felt as if I was peaking in my wildlife field experience, but as I continued to work, my eyes were opened to the endless opportunities of life. I realized that this wonderful experience was just raising the bar for my future. I have always been so structured; thinking that I had to finish school before…

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    It was a cold and windy night in Big Timber Montana while Dakota was at his favorite bar watching the football game. Dakota is 31 years old and was born and raised in Montana. He grew up learning how to hunt and fish from his father when he was younger. Dakota's mother and father passed away a couple years ago, now Dakota lives by himself in a small ranch just outside the small city of Big Timber about 6 miles away from the bar. Dakota drives a beat up and rusted Ford pickup truck and works at…

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    Although, I do not recall if I truly hated the show or if I only hated it because I rejected everything that was popular (I was an underdog, and I fought for the underdogs). One day, he called me that name over and over again until I had had enough. I was going to teach him a lesson. I raced home on my bike, complete with ribbons and training wheels, and sat down at my desk to write Chancellor an angry complaint. I wrote that I did not in fact like to be called “Hannah Montana” and he should…

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    Disney Channel aired the first episode of Hannah Montana on March in 2006. The show featured a girl named Miley Stewart living a double life as a normal teen by day and a pop superstar, Hannah Montana, by night. It became an instant hit and only grew more popular throughout the four seasons, which ended in 2011. Since television is the most powerful factor influencing our generation today, Disney knew Hannah Montana would be the perfect role model for tweens. She solves everyday teen problems,…

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    achieving their goal. Many of these ads are intended to make people scared of drugs, however, I believe no PSAs have been as scary as the ads from the Montana Meth Project. The Montana Meth Project fights against meth use in the state of Montana. They have made many ads intended to educate and dissuade teens and young adults thinking about using meth. One such commercial, entitled Jessica, features multiple settings with a voiceover telling a story of a girl and her experiences in each place.…

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    Mother Jones Analysis

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    How Refugees Became a Campaign Issue in Montana, featured in Mother Jones, is an article by Max J. Rosenthal centered on the Montana gubernatorial race of 2016. As well as discussing how refugees became a prominent issue in the Montana campaign, Rosenthal analyzes what causes people’s rejection to refugees. Starting with a reference to the Paris terrorist attacks in November, 2015 Rosenthal lays out the political and local sentiments on bringing refugees to Montana, and more specifically…

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    Essay On Bear Management

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    Bear Management in Montana Forests Those who live in Montana coexist with a vast array of wildlife. One of the most spectacular and intimidating species that can be encountered is the North American Black and Grizzly Bear. Not only are they a species that can be appreciated for their powerful beauty, but they contribute much to the ecosystem as well. Some of their ecological roles include being seed dispensers and nutrient providers ("Black Bear Biology," 2016.) The berries the bears’ consume…

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    Have you ever wanted ever watched Yogi Beat? Well Yellowstone is where he lives. YellowStone National Park was the first national park in the world. Some facts about YellowStone is that it’s 96% in Wyoming, 3% in Montana,and 1% in Idaho. Over 3 million people visit a year,with over 67 mammals. In YellowStone they have a geyser called “Old Faithful”. It erupts every 45 to 91 minutes and when it burst it’s over 100 degrees. Old Faithful rock is so hard and strong it with stands the heat from the…

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    Upon first meeting my client, “John Littlebear”, which is not his real name, but I will call him that due to patient privacy laws, I noticed that he had Tribal Insurance, which meant he was from the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Browning, Montana. Therefore, I made sure I familiarized myself with the Blackfeet tribal customs before he arrived at the Sleep Center, ensuring I increased my cultural competency (Comstock et al., 2008). With this in mind, in order for social workers to effectively…

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