Meet Me In Montana" Where Everything is "Far and Away". It's Still "The Last Best Place".
An Integrated, Interdisciplinary, Thematic Study of the History of Montana from the Lewis & Clark Expedition to Modern Day The study of Montana History should be an integral part of the knowledge base of Montana's students. Montana students should know what diverse factors shaped their home state: the geographical, economic, geo-political, multi-cultural, historical and social events. History is sometimes cyclic and has a habit of repeating itself, thus knowledge acquired through its study can be used to prevent repeated mistakes. The study of Montana history instills pride, respect, and participation in civic duties and responsibilities.