Missoula Setting & Symbolism

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Missoula

Missoula is Montana’s second largest city but has only a population of seventy-thousand residents. Missoula is visually captivating and its community is open and welcoming to visitors. Forty-two percent of the people of Missoula have a bachelor’s degree or higher which is close to double the national percentage. There are upscale restaurants as well as quaint rural charm – a trout stream runs through the downtown area. The Norman Maclean book, A River Runs through It, which was adapted for film, takes place in Missoula. The economy had depended on the lumber industry for decades until the industry declined and many of the city’s sawmills closed their doors. The culture is a blend of western grit and intellectual elitism. The pride and joy of Missoula is the University of Montana’s football team, the Grizzlies.

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