Native American Tribes In The State Of Montana

Published on September 6, 2010 by John

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Montana is the home of 11 Indian tribes-the Blackfeet, the Crow, the Salish, the Kootenai, the Flathead, Little Shell, the Chippewa Cree, the Rocky Boys, the Nez Perce, the Cheyenne, and the Fort Peck tribe. These tribes are part of what makes Montana such a great place to visit to if looking for a glimpse into what America once was. Each year there are festivals held where guests can learn more about this proud race.

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When visiting Montana be sure to include time to visit at least one of the reservations. For many, time spent at reservations such as the Flathead Indian reservation in Pablo, the Crow Indian Reservation or the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in the Billings area, or the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Browning is a fantastic way to get in touch with the past.

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