|1920 School Districts/Population Teton County Montana
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Federal census gives Teton 5,080*-city of Choteau 1043.
A copy of the 1920 Federal census figures which reprint herewith gives to Teton County, a population of 5,080*, as it now stands. In looking over these figures it must be remembered that no comparison with the figures for the census of 1910 cam be made inasmuch as the city of Choteau was not incorporated at that time and Teton county has since been several times subdivided. The populations indicated below are preliminary announcements and are subject to correction.
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|Raymond School District No. 4 divided and now is Beginning at NE corner of section 25, T27N, R7W, thence west on section line to a point between sections 19 and 30, T27N, R8W, where said section line crosses Dupuyer creek, thence westerly along the North fork of Dupuyer creek to the western boundary of Teton County, thence southerly along said western boundary to a point which would be if surveyed, a line one mile north of the north boundary of T24N, Thence east to the southeast corner of section 25, T25N, R7W, thence north on range line to POB.
Fish Lake School District No. 11, County Superintendent of Schools Mrs. Fannie E. Chenoweth returned the first of the week from Dupuyer. While there she granted the request of several of the residents for the establishment of a new district at Fish Lake to be known as district No. 11. The district is bounded as follows: Beginning at that point on the Great Northern Railway where it crosses the summit, thence south to the north fork of Dupuyer creek, thence east to the line of the government survey, thence north to Seville, on the Great Northern Railway, thence west to the place of beginning. She has named as trustees, M.H. Embody, H. Pfeiffer and Ed Miller. As there was considerable opposition to the organization it is very probable that an appeal will be taken to the board of county commissioners. [MTCH Oct. 18, 1901.]
Bynum Schools, No. 12, with Talifson and Mountain View Schools. Talifson is five miles east of Bynum Section 14, T26N, R5W. Mountain View is 3 miles north of Bynum in Section 6, T26N, R5W. Teton County.[ Bynum Herald, 3-16-1916.]
Belleview School District No. 16. Beginning at the SE corner of Section 25, T25N, R7W, thence west on section line of surveyed portion of Teton County, and if said section line were extended, to western boundary of Teton County, thence southeasterly along western and southern boundary of the county to a point on the line between ranges 6 and 7 west, where Sun river intersects said range line, thence north on range line to POB.
Bole School District No. 17. Beginning at northeast corner Section 1, Township 23 North, Range 3 West; thence west about six miles to northwest corner Section 6, same township; thence south three miles to northwest corner Section 16, same township' thence east one mile to northwest corner Section 24, Township 23 North Range 4 West; thence south five miles to southeast corner Section 11, Township 22 North, Range 4 West; thence east four miles to southeast corner Section 9, Township 22 North, Range 3 West; thence north two miles to northeast corner Section 4, same township; thence east three miles to southeast corner Section 36, same township; thence north six miles to POB.[New district as reported in the Choteau Montanan April 2, 1915]
New Law Will Close Teton School Districts
|School districts as of the year ending June 30, 1927
41Jensen (Joint with Pondera)
62West Spring Valley
(Source: Choteau Acantha)