Field inventory of mineral resources on the Rocky Boy"s Indian Reservation, Montana

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U.S. Bureau of Mines , [Washington, D.C.?]
Mines and mineral resources -- Mon
Statementby Samuel W. McNary ; [prepared by U.S. Bureau of Mines for U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs].
SeriesReport BIA -- no. 34-II.
ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Mines., United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs.
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Field inventory of mineral resources on the Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation, Montana. [Samuel W McNary; United States. Bureau of Mines.; United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs.]. Mines and mineral resources > Mines and mineral resources / Montana.

Rocky Boys Indian Reservation (Mont.) Note: Prepared by U.S. Bureau of Mines for U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. 19 folded maps in pockets at back. Physical Description. Status of Mineral Resource Information For The Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation, Montana Michael Sokaski, David A.

Lindsey, and George McIntyre Bowen, a, b). At the same time, a brief examination was made of metal deposits in pros­ pects of the Bearpaws (Pepperburg, b).

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The second period of investigation by the U.S. The Montana Cree is a study of religion as a sustaining force in American Indian life. On the small Rocky Boy reservation in northern Montana, the Cree Indians provide an example of how a people transplanted and persecuted throughout their history can maintain and develop a tribal identity and unity through the continuance of their religious by: Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation in north central Montana was established by Executive Order on September 7, as a homeland for a band of the Chippewa people led by Stone Man (also known as Rocky Boy) and a band of Cree people lead by Little Bear.

Rocky Boy’s Reservation. “Mount Baldy” is the highest peak on the reservation with an elevation of 6, feet. The Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation Fish & Game program was established in the late ’s. At that time there was very little big game to be found.

Status of Mineral Resource Information For The Crow Indian Reservation, Montana W. Mapel, R. Roby, J. Sarnecki, Michael Sokaski, B. Bohor, and George McIntyre area, mineral rights now held by the Indians total aboutacres. PRESENT STUDY This report is a compilation and summary of information on the geology and mineral resources.

This US Department of Energy report provides information about the status of mineral resource information for the Crow Indian Reservation in south-central Montana. Information is included about the geology and mineral resources of the area.

Maps, graphs and. The Rocky Boy's Reservation, headquartered at Rocky Boy's Agency, encompasses approximatelyacres. The reservation is home to 55% of the 6, enrolled Chippewa & Cree tribal members. The name "Rocky Boy" was derived from the name of a leader of a band of Chippewa Indians.

Some Essential Concepts in Mineral Inventory 4 Ore 4 Cutoff Grade 5 Continuity 7 Reserves and Resources 8 Dilution 9 Regionalized Variable 10 Point and Block Estimates 11 Selective Mining Unit 13 Accuracy and Precision 14 A Systematic Approach to Mineral Inventory Estimation STATE TRIBAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION & THE BUREAU OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC RESEARCH Montana Indian reservations and to quantify this contribution to the general state economy.

Data $, % 3 Crow Reservation $, % 4 Northern Cheyenne Reservation $, % 5 Rocky Boy Reservation $79, 7. The reservation is near the Canadian border, in northcentral Montana. It is graced by the Bear Paw Mountains, which provide dramatic contrast to the flat bottomland of the area.

Rocky Boy's residents who work on the reservation are employed by the schools, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian Health Service, and tribal government.

Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation (also known as Rocky Boy Reservation) is one of seven Native American reservations in the U.S. state of ished by an act of Congress on September 7,it was named after Ahsiniiwin (Rocky Boy or Stone Child), the chief of the Chippewa band, who had died a few months earlier.

It was established for landless Chippewa Indians in the American West Counties: Chouteau, Hill. Formerly known as: Chippewa-Cree Indians of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana Tribal Code: At Montana Indian Law website.

Ordinances. Law & Order Code. At NILL website. Table of Contents. See NILL catalog records for code and ordinances.

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Dimsdale University of Oklahoma Press, Students reviewed literature, received class lectures and participated in discussions and field activities. After completing the course, students discussed priority areas for the placement of groundwater monitoring wells on the Rocky Boy's Reservation and worked on a sampling plan for existing wells.

The authorized cost to construct the Rocky Boy's / North Central Montana Regional Water System was $ million in dollars. That funding authorization provides for the federal government to pay % of the capital costs of the tribal share of the project.

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Directions: The Rocky Boy Indian Reservation is located southwest of Havre on Highway 87 or south of Havre through Beaver Creek Park on Highway Rocky Boy Indian Reservation Chippewa-Cree Tribe, Box Elder, MT This U.S. Bureau of Mines report provides information about the geology and mineral resources on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation.

Geologic topics include physiography, stratigraphy, Precambrian metamorphic rocks, Tertiary intrusive rocks and structure.

Montana: Only Look to Intent. In Montana, like North Dakota, Wendy gets the mineral interest since it was Harold’s intent. Also, if Harold reserved the interest to Ned the neighbor instead of Wendy, Ned would acquire the mineral interest. In Montana, the effectiveness of third party mineral reservations is purely a question of the grantor’s.

The Chippewa Cree Tribe is a federally recognized tribe on the Rocky Boy Reservation in Montana who are descendants of Cree who migrated south from Canada and Chippewa (Ojibwe) who moved west from the Turtle Mountains in North Dakota in the late nineteenth century.

The two different peoples spoke related but distinct Anishinaabe languages, a branch of Algonquian languages. Definition of mineral inventory. An accounting of the mineral reserves and resources contained in known mineral deposits including inactive mines, operating mines, and undeveloped sites.

Ref: Shanz. Click here to see list of references, authorities, sources and geographical terms as used in this glossary. Whereas, the Chippewa Cree Tribe of the Rocky Boy's Reservation in Montana, a recognized Indian tribe organized under a constitution and by-laws ratified by the Tribe on November 2,and approved by the Secretary of the Interior on Novempursuant to section 16 of the Act of J(48 Stat.

), as amended by the Act. Publications List. Books & Manuals. 65th Annual Institute Proceedings () Indian Law and Natural Resources: The Basics and Beyond () Indigenous Rights in South America: FPIC and Other Key Issues for Natural Resource Development () The Seal of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation is a registered trademark.

Rocky Mountain Reserve participants use these resources to login, see account information, make changes, and find assistance. On the other hand, if you want to find out what minerals are found in particular county, only a short mineral highlights section at the beginning of the book is helpful.

County information is parceled out to the individual mineral chapters. Regrouping the information by county would require another book- /5(8).

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Land Resources and Environmental Sciences senior capstone course for performed natural resource inventories and surveys for the B-Bar Ranch. The course is designed to give students in the LRES department a chance to apply knowledge gained in previous coursework to a field management problem.

The overarching goal of the B-Bar study. Explore the The Chippewa Cree Tribe of The Rocky Boy Reservation business page in Box Elder, MT. Find more businesses with the D&B Business Directory at The Rocky Boy 30' x 60' quadrangle is located in north-central Montana, between the Milk and the Missouri Rivers (figure 1).

The quadrangle is dominated by the Bears Paw Mountains. The southernmost part of the mountains lies within the south-adjacent Winifred 30’ x.

Rocky Boy's Children Exposed to Violence Project, Box Elder, MT. likes. "Love one another and take care of each other" -Chief Rocky BoyFollowers: The Southern Rocky Mountains began to rise during the Laramide Orogeny (which peaked about 68 to 65 million years ago).

The region is rich in minerals and mining lore, and continues to produce a variety of mineral resources (Figure ). This was one of the earliest areas exploited for minerals during westward expansion across the US.University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections () Washington State University Libraries, Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections () Montana State University Library, Merrill G.

Burlingame Special Collections (88) Confederated Tribes of the Siletz, Tribal Cultural Collections (79) Oregon Historical Society, Davies Family Research Library (75) University of Montana.