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Indian Nations

Sacred Lands from Peaks to Plains

NIITSITAPI
BLACKFEET

Glacier National Park
The reservation is home to the Blackfeet tribe. Of the approximately 15,560 enrolled tribal members, there are about 7,000 living on or near the reservation.
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apsaalooke
crow

Glacier National Park
About 75 percent of the Crow tribe's approximately 10,000 or more enrolled members live on or near the reservation. Eighty-five percent speak Crow as their first language.
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selish Ktunaxa
flathead

Glacier National Park
The Flathead Indian Reservation is home to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribes. The tribes are a combination of the Salish, the Pend d'Oreille and the Kootenai.
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a'aninin nakoda
fort belknap

Glacier National Park
The Fort Belknap Reservation is home to two tribes, the Assiniboine, or Nakoda, and the Gros Ventre, who refer to themselves as A'aninin or "People of the White Clay." Combined enrollment is approximately 4,000.
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nakoda dakota
fort peck

Glacier National Park
About 6,800 Assiniboine and Sioux live on the Fort Peck Reservation, with another approximately 3,900 tribal members living off the reservation.
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Little-Shell

Glacier National Park
This band of the Chippewa Tribe is a state recognized tribe without a designated reservation in Montana. There are over 4,000 enrolled members within the state, many of which live in the Great Falls and surrounding area.
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tsetsehesestahase Sotaahe
Northern Cheyenne

Glacier National Park
Approximately 5,000 Northern Cheyenne, along with members of other tribes and with non-Native Americans, live on the reservation. Lame Deer is the tribal and government agency headquarters.
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annishinabe ne-i-yah-wahk
rocky boy's

Glacier National Park
Rocky Boy's provides a home for about 2,500 members of the Chippewa-Cree tribe. The name "Rocky Boy" was derived from the name of a leader of a band of Chippewa Indians.
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