Two Centuries of Land Loss and Economic Strangulation of the Crow, 1825-2024

Two Centuries of Land Loss and Economic Strangulation of the Crow, 1825-2024

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LBHC Archives
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Crow History and Culture, Crow Natural Resources
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Crow tribal officials and college administrators welcome attendees to the symposium.
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LBHC Archives
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Introduction
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LBHC Archives
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Crow History and Culture, Crow Natural Resources
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Darrin Old Coyote discusses the significance of land to the Crow people.
Community
LBHC Archives
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Crow History and Culture, Crow Natural Resources
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Christian McMillan discusses federal land policy with the Crows during the nineteenth and twentieth century.
Community
LBHC Archives
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Crow History and Culture, Crow Natural Resources
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Charles Bradley discusses Crow land sales and the early process of allotting the reservation prior to 1920.
Community
LBHC Archives
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Crow History and Culture, Crow Natural Resources
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Christian McMillan discusses the ways Crows lost land during the 1940s focusing on fee patents and the activities of Harold Stanton in procuring fee land.
Community
LBHC Archives
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Crow History and Culture, Crow Natural Resources
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Kennard Real Bird discusses the significance of the land and how it influneced the actions taken by Richard Real Bird during his administration.
Community
LBHC Archives
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Crow History and Culture, Crow Natural Resources
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Charles Cervantes details his time as Crow tribal attorney and litigating the section two case in federal court.
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LBHC Archives
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Crow History and Culture, Crow Natural Resources
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Magel Russell details attempts by the Crow tribe to enforce section two of the Crow Act through litigation, legislation, and the current situation with enforcement.
Community
LBHC Archives
Category
Crow History and Culture, Crow Natural Resources
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The two presentations discuss how Crows undermine their own activities towards sovereignty and the current ways the tribe is trying to have land returned to its domain.
Community
LBHC Archives
Category
Crow History and Culture, Crow Natural Resources
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Younger Crows discuss what Crow land means to them and how current tribal and federal policies are effecting their ability to use the land in a viable manner.