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MTGenWeb Project
Angela Hartman
County Coordinator
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Hi, my name is Angela Hartman and I would like to welcome you to the Sanders County MTGenWeb Project.
I'm very glad you stopped by and hope that you find this website useful for your genealogical research.

I do not live in Sanders County so I am not able to do local research, but be sure to check out the Lookups
page for Volunteers that are willing to help with research. Should you have any questions or comments regarding
the Sanders County MTGenWeb Project, please
e-mail me.

Sanders County was created from Missoula County in 1905, and was named after Wilbur Fisk Sanders, pioneer
and U.S. Senator from Montana.

Historical population
Census Pop.   %
1910 3,713  
1920 4,903   32.0%
1930 5,692   16.1%
1940 6,926   21.7%
1950 6,983   0.8%
1960 6,880   -1.5%
1970 7,093   3.1%
1980 8,675   22.3%
1990 8,669   -0.1%
2000 10,227   18.0%
2010 11,413   11.6%
Est. 2013 11,363   -0.4%

Wilbur Fisk Sanders
May 2, 1834 – July 7, 1905

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County seat: Thompson Falls

Sanders County
Established 1905

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Angela Hartman
County Coordinator
MTGenWeb State Coordinator


Since January 2015

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Monday, March 09, 2015
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Angela Hartman, with your information or questions.

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