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Carter County
Montana

My name is Amber Carter and I am the Carter County Coordinator.
Please email me if you have information to add to this website.
Amber

Carter County was named in honor of the first Montana United States Senator, Thomas Carter. The county was originally part of Custer County but by an act of the Montana State Legislature on February 22, 1917, Carter County was created. The county opened for business on May 18, 1917 with Ekalaka as the county seat. What is now the Farmers Union Oil Company building was an old school building and also used as the courthouse. In 1920 the new courthouse building was built and is still in use today.

Last update: May 21, 2014

Map of Carter County, MT
 


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       Other Carter County Resources

         Carter County Library Ekalaka, MT 59313 - 406-775-6336

      Carter County Clerk and Recorder Box 315
          Ekalaka, MT 59324
      406-775-8749


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