American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southwest Montana south-southwest of Helena. It has been a mining center since its settlement in the 1860s and enjoyed its greatest importance after the discovery of copper deposits in 1880. Population: 32,100.
“BUTTE - St. James Healthcare in Butte has named a new chief executive officer.”
“The Auberge de la Butte is a small oozing-with-charm resto where we had the best sole and a gratin de banane that we'll never forget.”
“The site of Ishi's discovery is California Historical Landmark no. 809, six miles north of Oroville in Butte County.”
“But now I'm in Butte, Montana, where Books & Books has all I need in a tiny space, and Second Edition Books works for the used ones.”
“I can't wait, I live in Butte and I'm looking forward to taking many trips there!”
“I live in Butte Montana and live in the woods and I see more game than I could imagine.”
“Here in Butte, with the Rocky Mountains in the distance and the Continental Divide only a few miles away, that was not the case for Senator Barack Obama.”
“Davis Guggenheim, the Academy Award-winning director of “An Inconvenient Truth,” was on hand in Butte with a large crew to film Mr. Obama.”
“Senator Barack Obama speaks at an Independence Day picnic in Butte, Mont., on July 4.”
“* Senator Barack Obama is in Butte, Mont. for a July 4 parade and a picnic.”
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