Absaroka

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Absaroka:

see CrowCrow,
indigenous people of North America whose language belongs to the Siouan branch of the Hokan-Siouan linguistic stock (see Native American languages) and who call themselves the Absaroka, or bird people.
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The American Nurses Association says that Susie Walking Bear Yellowtail, from the Crow Nation in Montana, was the first Indian nurse.
On the other hand, one tribe, the Crow Nation of Montana, which has coal mining interests, signed a deal in 2015 to take a 5 percent stake in the terminal if it had been approved.
Michelle and I honor 102 years of a life well lived, and our thoughts and prayers are with his family and the entire Crow Nation.
Today the Crow Legislative branch supported me in planting a seed of faith to propel the Crow Nation into Greater Prosperity.
Obama, who was adopted into the Crow Nation during his 2008 presidential campaign, said he found common cause with the young people he and his wife met in a reservation elementary school Friday.
Similarly impoverished, Montana's Crow Nation successfully reduced its dependence on the Absaloka mine, operated by Westmoreland Resources Inc.
We look forward to expanding our relationship with the Crow Nation and increasing production from the Absaloka mine.
The candidate said at the time it was 'an enormous honour' to be adopted into the Crow nation and struggled to pronounce his new name, the report added.
Glenn Goulet, the company chief executive officer, said, 'We are excited to be working with The Crow Nation, the largest of the seven Indian reservations in Montana.
war effort went unrecognized and unrewarded by a Jim Crow nation in 1917-1920, and left black America to remember World War I as a depressing episode of national bigotry and betrayal.
Lear's meditation centred on Plenty Coups, the last great chief of the Crow Nation, who oversaw the transition of the Crow from a nomadic hunting culture, roaming the Great Plains in search of buffalo, to a people confined to reservations.
The water settlement will bring more than $460 million to the Crow Nation to ensure safe drinking water for the reservation and rehabilitate the irrigation project.