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Encyclopedia > Governor of Montana

List of Montana Governors

Governor Terms
Joseph K. Toole 1889-1893
John E. Rickards 1893-1897
Robert Burns Smith 1897-1901
Joseph K. Toole 1901-1908
Edwin L. Norris 1908-1913
Sam V. Stewart 1913-1921
Joseph M. Dixon 1921-1925
John Edward Erickson 1925-1933
Frank Henry Cooney 1933-1935
Elmer Holt 1935-1937
Roy E. Ayers 1937-1941
Sam C. Ford 1941-1949
John W. Bonner 1949-1953
J. Hugo Aronson 1953-1961
Donald Grant Nutter 1961-1962
Tim M. Babcock 1962-1969
Forrest H. Anderson 1969-1973
Thomas Lee Judge 1973-1981
Ted Schwinden {Democrat} 1981-1989
Stanley Stephens {Republican} 1989-1993
Marc Racicot (Republican) 1993-2001
Judy Martz (Republican) 2001-2005
Brian Schweitzer (Democrat) 2005-present

See also

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  • governors of Montana (http://www.discoveringmontana.com/gov2/formergov)

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Montana Governor - Thumbnail History of Montana Governors (1310 words)
Governor Samuel V. Stewart, a Democrat from Madison County, was born in August 2, 1872, in Monroe County, Ohio.
A Butte and Missoula businessman, Cooney was elected Lieutenant Governor in 1933.
Governor Marc Racicot, a Republican from Missoula and Helena, was born July 24, 1948, in Thompson Falls, Montana.
Encyclopedia: Montana (9946 words)
Despite its sizable American Indian population, Montana is one of the most homogenous states— nearly nine-tenths of its residents are of European descent, with a large number of immigrants of German, Irish, Norwegian, Welsh/Cornish, Italian and Slovak heritage arriving from the late 19th to early 20th centuries.
Fort Shaw, (Montana Territory), was established in the spring of 1867.
As of 2004, the population of Montana was estimated to be 926,865.
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