Glacier County MTGenWeb
|Glacier County was formed in 1919 from Teton County.
The county seat is Cut Bank. Glacier was among seven counties created in 1919, and only 6
more would follow later. There are 56 counties in the state of Montana. From 1893 -1919
you will find the area that became Glacier County located in Teton County, with the town
of Choteau as the county seat. Prior to 1893, the area was part of Chouteau County, with
Fort Benton as the County seat. Chouteau County was one of Montana’s original
counties formed in 1865.
Karen De Groote and I
am the County Coordinator for Glacier County. With
everyone's participation this site will grow and prosper.
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the web site, please email me and I will
answer any questions and/or
add your data, as soon as possible.
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Page Last Updated:
16 Jun 2017