2 edition of Conditions on the Fort Peck (Mont.) Indian Reservation found in the catalog.
Record is based on bibliographic data in CIS US Congressional Committee Hearings Index. Reuse except for individual research requires license from Congressional Information Service, IncIndexed in CIS US Congressional Committee Hearings Index Part IMicrofiche. [Westport, Conn.] : Greenwood Press, 1971. 11 x 15 cm
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and also such high rates of poverty and also such rates of abuse," Healey said. The Legacy of American Indian Boarding Schools and Educational Segregation. DISPROPORTIONATE AMERICAN INDIAN CONTACT WITH THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM. 48 acre-feet of consumptive use per year may be authorized for each acre of land retired from partial service irrigation; c evaporation from any reservoir shall be charged as a consumptive use in accordance with definition 4 in Article II.
No agency of the State shall administer any part of the Tribal Water Right.The School-To-Prison Pipeline: Structuring Legal Reform 4 New York U. Within the first ten days of this suspen-107. attended school in the Wolf Point School District and graduated in 2010. Label Fort Peck Indian Reservation, Montana, electronic resource• The mission was established in the Fort Belknap area in 1886.
The narratives, perspectives and opinions that are reported come from people with knowledge of the situation of American Indian school-aged children in Montana.
This colorful heritage and legacy of Fort Peck is commemorated by the 200 images in this photographic collection.
"There aren't a lot of places in the country that have a perfect storm of both being this rural and this under served of basic services.