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Arlee, Montana
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Location of Arlee, Montana

Coordinates:47°10′9″N 114°5′24″W
Coordinates: 47°10′9″N 114°5′24″W
Lake County,  Montana  United States

Area

Total    6.5 sq mi (16.8 km2)
Land    6.5 sq mi (16.8 km2)
Water    0.0 sq mi (0.0 km2)
Elevation    3,091 ft (942 m)

Population

(2000)
Total    602
Density    92.8/sq mi (35.8/km2)
Time zone    Mountain (MST) (UTC-7)
Summer (DST   MDT (UTC-6)
ZIP code    59821
Area code(s)    406
FIPS code    30-02425

History

Arlee was named after the Salish leader Arlee. In October 1873, he moved a small group of his people from the Bitterroot Valley, which was designated a “conditional reservation” in the 1855 Hellgate Treaty, to the Jocko Agency (later Flathead Indian Agency) located a few miles north of the current town of Arlee. This forced move stemmed from the efforts of a congressional delegation led by future president James Garfield to negotiate Salish removal from the Bitterroot Valley.[3]

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