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My name is Karen De Groote and I am the Teton County babysitter.  If you have any questions about Teton or wish
to get more information about adopting Teton, please feel free to send me an email and I will be happy to respond.

Teton County Montana was formed by taking the western part of Chouteau County in 1893, 4 short years after Montana achieved statehood.  It wouldn't be until 1912, when Teton received additional acres as Hill county was formed, that the border changed.  Teton lost ground when Toole County was formed in 1914 and finally, in 1919, shrunk to its final and current size with the formation of Glacier and Pondera Counties.  Be sure to search in these other counties if you are looking for someone prior to these years. 

The county seat is Choteau, MT

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