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Crow Tribe to take part in Lewis and Clark event

The Crow Tribe of Montana is the host tribe for a National Heritage Lewis and Clark Bicentennial event in July 2006.

The event takes place July 22-25 at Pompeys Pillar. Crow Chairman Carl Venne will be the keynote speaker on the July 25 Day of Honor.

To help raise money for the event, the tribe will host 10 guided bison hunts. The Montana Tribal Tourism Alliance also plans to take part.

Get the Story:
Crow offer buffalo hunts to raise cash (The Billings Gazette 11/2)

Relevant Links:
Montana Tribal Tourism Alliance -
Stop Lewis and Clark -
Corps of Discovery II -

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