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First People - 1 of 1
Subject Indian ways of living in Montana, around 1800
Title Lifeways of Montana's First People
Contact Person Julie Saylor, e-mail jsaylor@mt.gov
Contact Information
Montana Historical Society
Education Office
225 N Roberts
Helena, MT 59620-1201
(406) 444-4789 (w)
(406) 444-2696 (fax)
Home-Base of the Trunk Education Office, Montana Historical Society
Reservations Contact Julie Saylor for a 2-week booking period
Fees User is responsible for insuring the footlocker for $1,000 and shipping it by UPS either on to the next user or back to the Montana Historical Society at above address.
Available Funded by E. L. Wiegand Foundation and made available by the Montana Historical Society.
Description Lessons will focus on aspects of tribal lifeways of the people who utilized the land we now know as Montana in the years around 1800.

 

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