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Deer Lodge County, Montana


"Gateway to the Pintlars"

Page Contents for Anaconda, Montana

Statistics & Facts


History & History-related items

City Attractions


Chamber of Commerce.

Community events.


Statistics & Facts

The Montana state capital is Helena.
The population of Anaconda is approximately 10,278 (1998).
Anaconda is positioned 46.13 degrees north of the equator and 113.00 degrees west of the prime meridian.


in the southwestern portion of Montana just northwest of Butte
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History & History Related Items

Originally called Copperopolis, Marcus Daly has been given the credit of founding the city of Anaconda in 1883. Here is a good history page for Anaconda. This page is a Pictorial Tour of Anaconda.
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Copper Village Art Museum
Washoe Park
Washoe Theatre
Old Works Golf Course--Sponsored by Jack Nicholas
City Commons, especially at Christmas
City Court House
Hearst Free Library
Points of Interest
Learn just about anything you want to know about Anaconda at this website.
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Anaconda City Government

City Hall Cultural Center
401 E. Commercial St.
Anaconda, Montana 59711-2327
Phone: 406-563-2422

Anaconda Chamber

Chamber of Commerce
306 E. Park St.
Anaconda, Montana 59711-2343
Phone: 406-563-2400

Anaconda Community Events

Community Calendar for Anaconda

Anaconda Organizations

Chamber of Commerce
306 E. Park St.
Anaconda, Montana 59711-2343
Phone: 406-563-2400

Anaconda Schools

Anaconda Senior High School
Anaconda, Montana 59711
Phone: 406-563-5269

Anaconda School District 10
1510 W. Park St.
Anaconda, MT 59711-1830
Phone: 406-563-6361

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