The color of the Missoula County Health Department has its roots in the county’s history and history. The county was founded in 1869 following the Civil War. In the early days, the health department was responsible for providing medical and sanitary services.
During the height of the Civil War;
The county was plagued with blackouts, and in the early 1900s. It became a training center for the Bureau of Corrections. The county also gained its own police department in the 1910s. It was originally a volunteer organization.
As it turns out, the Missoula County Health Department was very much a private enterprise for the early 1900s. It was a small department with only a few employees and no real budget. It also didn’t help that the sheriff had trouble with his wife and kids. The department had a staff of two doctors and one intern during this time period.
The Missoula County Health Department was created in the late 19th century. To take care of the county’s most needy citizens. The department was a voluntary one. Which meant that its employees were unpaid. Its employees included doctors, nurses, dentists, and other medical personnel. Its mission was to provide medical care for the uninsured and indigent.
It had become a “fringe” department, and its employees were not employed full-time. Its employees. For the most part, were volunteers, and it was a department without a salary.
Also it was the subject of a long-running series of articles in the local newspaper, The Missoulian, discussing the county’s history. It was the only county in the state with no public record of its historical development.
The story behind it is an interesting one
It is significant because it is the first county in the country to have a female commissioner. It was not until 1894 that Montana became the first place in the country to have a female commissioner.
Montana had one state-wide commissioner before the Health Department. Until that time, there was only one state-wide commissioner. This was the state of Missouri, which had one commissioner who worked for the state. Missoula County had a commissioner who worked for the state of Montana, but it also had a commissioner who worked for the state of Missouri.