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Explore some essential understandings regarding Indian Country in Montana

Additional Resources

Explore some essential understandings regarding Indian Country in Montana

Here you will find resoures about Montana's Indian Country. 

Tribal Nations Report

This publication is intended as a brief introduction to the tribal nations in Montana. We have organized the material by reservations even though, in some cases, more than one tribe is located on a reservation. It includes a section on Montana “Landless” Indians, the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa, as well as a section on “urban” Indians, those who do not currently reside on a reservation. Some Montana Indians reside on reservations other than their own.

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Office of Indian Affairs

The Office of Indian Affairs was established in 1951 by the Montana legislature to facilitate effective tribal-state communications with special attention to the discussion and resolution of issues that Indian peoples face regarding their unique political status and as full citizens of the state of Montana. The Office of Indian Affairs serves as a liaison between the state and the Tribes and promotes economic development, environmental protection, education, support for social services, and enduring good will.

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Indian Education For All Resources

This resource has been developed for use in implementing Indian Education for All, through a collaboration between Montana’s Office of Public Instruction and the University of Montana’s Regional Learning Project in the Center for Continuing Education.

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Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council

The Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council is representative of the Blackfeet Tribe, Chippewa Cree of Rocky Boy, Fort Belknap Indian Community, Crow Tribe, Little Shell Tribe of Montana, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, Northern Arapaho Tribal Council, Eastern Shoshone Tribal Council, and Shoshone Bannock Trbes of Ft. Hall. 

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7 Lodges Historical Guidebook

From the splendor of Flathead Lake to the historic Little Bighorn Battlefield to the scenic beauty of the Bears Paw Mountains, there are a multitude of cultural and scenic treasures that make the tribal lands in Montana wondrous places.

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