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Montana Indians<br />Their History and Location<br />
Blackfeet Reservation<br />Home to the Blackfeet Nation<br />15,118 members<br />Established 1851<br />Size – 1.5 million ...
Rocky Boy’s Reservation<br />Home to Chippewa-Cree Nation<br />3,750 members<br />Established 1916<br />Size – 122,259 acr...
Fort Belknap Reservation<br />Home to the Assiniboine & GrosVentre Nations<br />3,750 members<br />Established 1916<br />S...
Fort Peck Reservation<br />Home to the Assiniboine and Sioux Nations<br />11,171 members<br />Established 1888<br />Size –...
Northern Cheyenne Reservation<br />Home of the North Cheyenne Nation<br />7,374 members<br />Established 1884<br />Size – ...
Crow Reservation<br />Home to the Crow Nation<br />10,333 members<br />Established 1851<br />Size – 2.4 million acres<br />
Flathead Reservation<br />Home to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes<br />10,333 members<br />Established 1851<br...
Little Shell<br />3,850members<br />No Reservation<br />Tribal Government located in Great Falls, MT<br />“Ayabewaywetung”...
Chief Sitting Bull<br />"I am here by the will of the Great Spirit, and by his will I am chief. I know Great Spirit is loo...
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  1. 1. Montana Indians<br />Their History and Location<br />
  2. 2. Blackfeet Reservation<br />Home to the Blackfeet Nation<br />15,118 members<br />Established 1851<br />Size – 1.5 million acres<br />
  3. 3. Rocky Boy’s Reservation<br />Home to Chippewa-Cree Nation<br />3,750 members<br />Established 1916<br />Size – 122,259 acres<br />
  4. 4. Fort Belknap Reservation<br />Home to the Assiniboine & GrosVentre Nations<br />3,750 members<br />Established 1916<br />Size – 122,259 acres<br />
  5. 5. Fort Peck Reservation<br />Home to the Assiniboine and Sioux Nations<br />11,171 members<br />Established 1888<br />Size – 2 million acres<br />
  6. 6. Northern Cheyenne Reservation<br />Home of the North Cheyenne Nation<br />7,374 members<br />Established 1884<br />Size – 444,750 acres<br />
  7. 7. Crow Reservation<br />Home to the Crow Nation<br />10,333 members<br />Established 1851<br />Size – 2.4 million acres<br />
  8. 8. Flathead Reservation<br />Home to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes<br />10,333 members<br />Established 1851<br />Size – 2.4 million acres<br />
  9. 9. Little Shell<br />3,850members<br />No Reservation<br />Tribal Government located in Great Falls, MT<br />“Ayabewaywetung”<br />Es “Sence”<br />Chief Little Shell<br />Also know as “Little Cham”<br />
  10. 10. Chief Sitting Bull<br />"I am here by the will of the Great Spirit, and by his will I am chief. I know Great Spirit is looking down upon me from above, and will hear what I say..."<br />
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