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Crow Indian Reservation. hearings before the United States Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, Sixty-Second Congress, third session, on Jan. 9, 1913 by

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • United States. -- Office of Indian Affairs,
  • United States. -- Dept. of the Interior,
  • United States. -- Dept. of Justice,
  • Crow Indians,
  • Crow Indian Reservation (Mont.)

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Considers (62) S. Res. 352

The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination25 p
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15274239M

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The Crow Tribe has a membership of 11,, of whom 7, reside on the Crow Indian Reservation. The tribe is originally called "Apsáalooke," which means "children of the large-beaked bird." White men later misinterpreted the word as "Crow." 85% of the tribe speaks Crow as their first language. Growing up on the Navajo Indian Reservation, David Crow and his siblings idolized their dad. Tall, strong, smart, and brave, the self-taught Cherokee regaled his family with stories of his World War II feats. But as time passed, David discovered the other side of Thurston Crow, the ex-con with his own code of ethics that justified cruelty. Crow Tribe of Indians. January 1 at PM Chairman Not Afraid, along with acting COO Karl Little Owl are currently on site with Crow Tribe Police, Crow Tribe DES, Crow Tribe Security, Big Horn County, Billings Police Department, as well as Montana Highway Patrol, and volunteers assisting with search efforts. Federal authorities and the Followers: K. Miss Crow Nation Pageant and Fundraiser Miss Crow Nation will receive a $1, Scholarship Sunday,October 6th, Billings Depot Billings, Montana VIP Admission - $ includes Dinner and Reserved Seating General Admission - $ includes Dinner Tickets go on sale Septem Limited Seating Available For More Ticket Info contact Peri Schenderline, .

Marvin Falls Down, Sr., Director. [email protected] Verlie Whiteman, Admin. Assistant () Gus Other Medicine, Project Coordinator () Joseph Buffalo III, Foreman [email protected] Front Office () The beautiful Crow Reservation -- the Crow People call themselves the Apsáalooke, "Children of the Large-Beaked Bird" -- encompasses over 9 million acres in southeastern Montana. It consists of seven main communities, of which Crow Agency, on I . Outside of Billings Montana about a hour south or so you will find the Crow Indian reservation where you can watch the reinactment of Crusters Last stand. You can also drive through where the fight acutally happened. History is real and great adventure for young and old alike. 4/5(14). The original reservation was reduced to its present size (cut by approximately 50 percent) through subsequent Homestead Acts to provide land for non-Indian settlers. The Crow Creek Sioux Reservation is located in the central portion of South Dakota, 26 miles northwest of Chamberlain, South Dakota, which is on Interstate

The Crow Creek Indian Reservation (Lakota: Kȟaŋğí Wakpá Oyáŋke) is located in parts of Buffalo, Hughes, and Hyde counties on the east bank of the Missouri River in central South Dakota in the United States. It has a land area of square miles (1, km 2) and a census population of 2, persons. The major town and capital of the Crow Creek Counties: Buffalo / Hughes / Hyde. The Bighorn River travels through the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area for the first twenty miles below the dam, where it then enters the Crow Indian Reservation. Due to a court ruling in , the Bighorn River is considered a public river. As a result, a special tribal fishing license is not needed to fish the river in the Crow.   This was a very revealing story about basketball on the Crow Indian Reservation. When I was young I lived on a cattle ranch on the Crow Reservation so this book was especially meaningful to me. When my parent divorced I moved off the ranch and to /5. In there were over 9, Crow in the United States. See R. H. Lowie, The Crow Indians (, repr. ); P. Nabokov, Two Leggings: The Making of a Crow Warrior (); E. G. Denig, Five Indian Tribes of the Upper Missouri ().