Montana Trivia # 2
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Posted by ike eichler (+1224) 6 years ago
Many folks await the daily newspaper for the crosswords and Sudoku, this may be a change of pace. Like # 1 each clue will contain a name of a Montana City or town. A few may have been not much larger than a post office.
Example Old Faithful =Geyser

1 Say it aint so Joe
2 Zilch Nada Nothing
3 Butterfly
4 Got down on your knees
5 Old time winter supply
6 Old time ranch brand
7 The Winner
8 Full arc
9 Hop A Long
10 A slight smile
11 Boone & Crockett quest
12 Astronaut Senator in a seedy bar
13 Red Ryder ammo
14 Ellis Island figure
15 Echo spelling town
16 Card suit mountain
17 Engagement town
18 A T Vs
19 Large Island
20 Peek A Boo nemesis
21 Beach Boys guitar player
22 Charlie's father
23 One time Gun Smoke side kick
24 Racing With The Moon guy
25 Eden
26 Perry Mason
27 Lady photographer
28 Double period
29 Make-up town
30 Shakespeare's wife
31 Lulu Belles driver
32 Bill and Hill
33 King of the cowboys
34 Pop Eye had a
35 African plains animal
36 Billy was the brother
37 Russian Red Square
38 First Montana gold discovery
39 Endangered bird
40 A military post
41 Part of a Circus family
42 Beer or Scotch labels
43 Famed regimental march
44 Firearms inventor and maker
45 Legal Drug city
46 Gave birth to Jack Ryan
47 Source of profit
48 Starving Equine
49 Carol Brady
50 One of the Beatles
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Posted by Don Birkholz (+1186) 6 years ago
7=Victor, MT
8=Circle,
11=Antelope, MT
12=Glendive
21=Jardine, MT
28=Two Dot
50= Harrison, MT

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Posted by Bridgier (+8477) 6 years ago
12: Glendive
23: Chester
30: Hathaway
32: Clinton
36: Carter
43: Garryowen

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Posted by MilesCity.com Webmaster (+9884) 6 years ago
1 - Ismay?
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Posted by Bridgier (+8477) 6 years ago
4: Pray
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Posted by Don Birkholz (+1186) 6 years ago
15=Lolo
49=Florence, MT

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Posted by Bridgier (+8477) 6 years ago
48: Hungry Horse
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Posted by Don Birkholz (+1186) 6 years ago
16=Heart Butte
37=Kremlin, MT
38=Bannack, MT
46=Clancy

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Posted by ike eichler (+1224) 6 years ago
numbers 7,8,11, 21, 23,28,30, 32, 36, 43, 46, 49,, and 50 are correct. 37 to go.
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Posted by Don Birkholz (+1186) 6 years ago
25=Paradise
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Posted by Ingird Emilsson (+199) 6 years ago
3 Monarch
14 Emigrant
17 Ringling
27 Cameron
29 Avon
33 Roy
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Posted by Don Birkholz (+1186) 6 years ago
16=Diamond Butte
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Posted by Dave Roberts (+1406) 6 years ago
38 Gold Creek
41 Ringling
13 Beebe
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Posted by ike eichler (+1224) 6 years ago
Numbers are correct 3, 13, 14, 25, 27, 33, 41,.
30 to go.
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Posted by David Schott (+15425) 6 years ago
2 Zilch Nada Nothing -- Zero
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Posted by spacekace (+894) 6 years ago
1: Jackson
4: Pray
16: Heart Butte
18: Polaris
34: Olive
45: Amsterdam
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Posted by ike eichler (+1224) 6 years ago
1, 2, 4, 16, 18, and 45 are gone,
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Posted by Stan Wheeler (+1185) 6 years ago
#5. Flaxville
6. DY Junction
26. Raymond
40. Stockett
44. Roberts
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Posted by ike eichler (+1224) 6 years ago
26 is correct. Only 23 more to go.
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Posted by Stan Wheeler (+1185) 6 years ago
6.Beehive
5. Coffee creek
38. Gold Butte
12. Jimtown
24. Halfmoon
10. Happys Inn

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Posted by Dave Roberts (+1406) 6 years ago
17 Marysville
47 Salesville
and gold really was first discovered in Gold Creek ~

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Posted by Don Birkholz (+1186) 6 years ago
39 Endangered Bird=Black Eagle

40=Garrison (a military post}

42=Ballentine (Scotch or beer label)

44=Browning (firearms maker)

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Posted by Dave Roberts (+1406) 6 years ago
40 Garrison
Bah! too slow

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Posted by Stan Wheeler (+1185) 6 years ago
17. Ringling Engagement town
19. Manhattan Large Island
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Posted by Bridgier (+8477) 6 years ago
Are you SURE #12 isn't glendive?
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Posted by ike eichler (+1224) 6 years ago
40, 42, and 44 are correct. # 12 is Glendive
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Posted by ike eichler (+1224) 6 years ago
Here are 7 further Clues.

9 Hop A long cowboy
10 A slight smile on her face
19 Large Island in the Pacific.
20 Charlie's father also Candance's
24 Racing with the Moon guy Band leader singer
31 Lulu Bell driver Lulu Belle was a jeep
38 First Montana gold discovery was at
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Posted by Don Birkholz (+1186) 6 years ago
9 (Is there a Cassidy or Cassady, Montana?
10=Wye, Montana?/
19=Baker
20=Edgar (Bergen)
24=Jette ???
37=Kremlin, MT???(Red Square)I put that in later

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Posted by LuAnn Rittenhouse (+37) 6 years ago
38. Alder? (Alder Gulch?)
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Posted by Don Birkholz (+1186) 6 years ago
9=Hays (Gabby Hays)
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Posted by ike eichler (+1224) 6 years ago
22,37, and 38 are correct.

Will let this thread die with a quick death.
5 Coalwood
6 Mill Iron
9 Boyd
10 Mona
11 Big Horn
15 Radarsburg
17 Diamond City
19 Sumatra
20 Ingomar
24 Vaughn
29 Powderville
31 Brady
34 Big Arm
35 Antelope
39 Crane
47 Capitol
48 Hungry Horse
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Posted by Dave Roberts (+1406) 6 years ago
Yahbut 1852 was before 1863 so 38 is still Gold Creek for me.

http://en.wikipedia.org/w..._(Montana)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alder_Gulch
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+15015) 6 years ago
I agree with Dave. I learned in junior high that Benetsee first discovered gold in Montana at Gold Creek.

Besides, Alder Gulch came after Bannock.
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Posted by Bridgier (+8477) 6 years ago
I got #48 above, fyi...
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Posted by Don Birkholz (+1186) 6 years ago
He left one out

51 God's country (Broadus)
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Posted by ike eichler (+1224) 6 years ago
# 38 could be either Gold Creek or Alder Gulch, but I suspect that neither is technically correct.
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Posted by ike eichler (+1224) 6 years ago
Bridger did get # 48 correct early on. Sorry
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