Monday, February 3, 2014

With a Disney character running around with a dead crow on his devil scripted head, The Aten Indian Nation feels it is obligated to help out our brothers and sisters to the north and protect their nation from the shale oil robbers from the government and Hollywood Sun Dance north.

Crow Indian Reservation

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Total population
7,900 enrolled members
Crow Way, Sundance, Tobacco Society, Christian: Catholic, Pentecostal, Baptist
Related ethnic groups
The Crow Indian Reservation (est. 1868)[1][2] is the homeland of the Crow Tribe of Indians of the State of Montana in the United States. The reservation is located in parts of Big HornYellowstone, and Treasure counties in southern Montana. It has a land area of 3,593.56 sq mi (9,307.27 km²) and a total area of 3,606.54 sq mi (9,340.89 km²), making it either the fifth or sixth largest reservation in the country. (Rankings are switched with the Standing Rock Indian Reservation depending on whether water areas are counted.) Reservation headquarters are in Crow Agency.
The Crow Tribe of Indians of the State of Montana has an enrolled tribal membership of approximately 11,000, of whom 7,900 reside on the Crow Indian Reservation. Eighty-five percent speak Crow as their first language.
The Crow Indian Reservation, the largest of the seven Indian reservations in Montana, is located in south-central Montana, bordered by Wyoming to the south and the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation to the east. The reservation encompasses approximately 2,300,000 acres (9,300 km2), which includes the northern end of the Bighorn MountainsWolf Mountains, and Pryor Mountains. The Bighorn River flows north from the Montana-Wyoming state line, journeying north to the Little Bighorn River just outside Hardin, Montana. Part of the reservation boundary runs along the ridgeline separating Pryor Creek and the Yellowstone River. The city of Billings is approximately 10 miles (16 km) northwest of this reservation boundary.
The PBS TV series Reading Rainbow filmed its tenth episode "The Gift of the Sacred Dog" here on June 17, 1983. The title was based on a book byPaul Goble and was narrated by actor Michael Ansara.

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