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The history of the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes, 1800-2000 (Volume 2008)

The history of the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes, 1800-2000 (Volume 2008)

Source : Internet Archive

The history of the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes, 1800-2000 (Volume 2008)

The history of the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes, 1800-2000 (Volume 2008)

Source : Internet Archive

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Mc Geshick, James Shanley, and Caleb Shields The History of the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes of the Fort Peck Indian


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Mc Geshick, James Shanley, and Caleb Shields Published by Fort Peck Community College, Poplar, Montana, and the Montana Historical Society


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rd Infantry Battallion (), Chief Andrew Shields, Mr. Murphy, Murphy Oil Company, Chief Rufus Ricker, Sr., and Chief Santee Iron


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Red Boy Shields (), Florence Lambert Shields (), President Gerald Ford with Caleb Shields and accompanying note (), Caleb Shields


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(), President Gerald Ford with Caleb Shields and accompanying note (), Caleb Shields with Tip O'Neill (), Demonstration in Washington,


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Chief Andrew Red Boy Shields (), Florence Lambert Shields (), President Gerald Ford with Caleb Shields and accompanying


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Personal Collection of Caleb Shields:


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Twenty-first Century, -James Shanley, Ed.D., Caleb Shields, and Joseph R. Mc Geshick, Ph.D 451


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a privilege to work with Caleb Shields, Joe Mc Geshick, and Suzanne G. Fox, and an honor to work with


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Fourstar, David Moore, Kate Shanley, Caleb Shields, Dennis Smith, Lois Steele, and many others who have left us and gone


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Robert Mc Anally Victor Perry Caleb Shields Kenneth Shields Robert Fourstar Lois Red Elk Garrett Big Leggins George Redstone Larry


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Anally Victor Perry Caleb Shields Kenneth Shields Robert Fourstar Lois Red Elk Garrett Big Leggins George Redstone Larry Wetsit Wayne


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a reality. The college hired Caleb Shields, a former tribal chairman and historical figure in his own right, to serve


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Big Foot, Circling Eagle, and Henry Shields. Big Foot, speaking for the group, said that he had authority from the


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Henry Shields, worried that he was in a conflict of interest because he was an


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Big Food, Circling Eagle and Henry Shields, to Supervisor L.F. Michael, representing the Committee of Twelve, on May , ,


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Chief Andrew Red Boy Shields, 1938.


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281Photographic History Florence Lambert Shields, 1938.


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to right: Azue Ricker (kneeling), Andrew Shields, Dave Johnson, Santee Iron Ring, Joshua Wetsit, Dolly Akers, Clara Ricker, Lucille Rick


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-From left to right, Chief Andrew Shields, Mr. Murphy, Murphy Oil Company, Chief Rufus Ricker, Sr., and Chief Santee Iron


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Marshelle Lambert, Ray Eder, Caleb Shields, Rita Talks Different, Darlene Buck Elk, Shirley Perry, Rodney Miller, Tribal Chairman Norman


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with Fort Peck Tribal Councilman Caleb Shields at the White House, at the end of the Trail of Self Determination


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Back row, James Black Dog, Caleb Shields, Lida Menz, Orville Grainger, Alpheus Big Horn, Ray White Tail Feather, Josse Kirn,


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Fort Peck Tribal Councilman Caleb Shields and Fort Peck Community College President Mike Tellup, 1980.


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Tribes, -Fort Peck Tribal Councilman Caleb Shields with Tip O'Neill, U.S. Representative from Massachusetts and Speaker of the United States


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and Fort Peck Tribal Chairman Caleb Shields, after Shields presented the Racicots with a star quilt, 1995.


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Tribes, -Fort Peck Tribal Chairman Caleb Shields and Sonosky Tribal Attorney Mary Pavel, meeting with Senator Burns on the MR&I


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History Fort Peck Tribal Chairman Caleb Shields with Montana Representative Pat Williams and Hillary Clinton, 1996-1997.


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Bill Clinton to Tribal Chairman Caleb Shields, 1997.


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History Fort Peck Tribal Chairman Caleb Shields in Denver, Colorado, with Billy Mills (Oglala Lakota), the only American to win


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Dr. Margaret Campbell, Lawrence Wetsit, Kenneth Shields, Wayne Boyd, Paul Finnicum, Darrell Youpee.


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Joseph Miller, Garrett Big Leggins, Caleb Shields, Dr. Joseph Mc Geshick. Not present: Dr. Margaret Campbell, Lawrence Wetsit, Kenneth Shields,


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Twenty-first Century, -James Shanley, Ed.D, Caleb Shields, and Joseph R. Mc Geshick, Ph.D.


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Longtime chairman and TEB member Caleb Shields was one among many Fort Peck tribal members, ineluding George Fish" Redstone, Myrna


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Connor, David Campbell, Pearl Nation, Shirley Shields Redstone, Jonny Lee Bearcub, the Karen Olson family, and many others who participated


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led by William Bill" Whitehead, Caleb Shields, and Wayne Martell protested outside the Elks Club.29


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in , when then-TEB member Caleb Shields paid his car property tax to the county in protest. He claimed the


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chairman Hollow and TEB members Caleb Shields, Walter Clark, and attorney Reid Chambers of the Sonosky firm.


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during those two decades were Caleb Shields, who served for twenty-four undefeated consecutive years on the board, Chairman Ray K.


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the last year of Chairman Caleb Shields' tenure, a General Council was called. Initially, the petition was declared invalid due


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Synosky, Chambers & Miller to Caleb Shields, August, .


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Bighorn - Resigned Aug. , Caleb Shields -Lawrence Larry" Wetsit -Kenneth Ryan -Norman Hollow -Joseph Red Thunder -William Youpee -Austin


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Caleb Shields Barbara Birdsbill* Resigned August 1999, Ray K. Eder assumed Chairmanship **died in office


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Chairman: Caleb Shields Vice-Chairman: Nathaniel Long Hair Sgt. at Arms: Adrian Sweet Pea" Fourstar, Sr.


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Caleb Shields Ray K. Eder


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Shields, Francis A. Shields Sr., Joseph Shields Sr., Julian Shields Jr., Kenneth Shields Sr., Kenneth


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Shields, Francis A. Shields Sr., Joseph Shields Sr., Julian Shields Jr., Kenneth Shields Sr., Kenneth


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Shields Sr., Julian Shields Jr., Kenneth Shields Sr., Kenneth


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Shields Sr., Joseph Shields Sr., Julian Shields Jr., Kenneth Shields Sr., Kenneth


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Sherill, William H. Shields Jr., Anthony Shields Sr., Anthony


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Shields, Mervyn


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Shields, Lester


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Shields, Leslie


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Shields, Edward L.


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Shields, Darrell Shields Jr., Ed


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Shields, Caleb P.


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Shields, Vernon


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Shields, Mikkel D.


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Shields, Viola


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Shields, Cindy


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Delegation entered this tribute to Caleb Shields into the Congressional Record on the occasion of Shields' retirement from tribal government


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on Fort Peck.] Tribute to Caleb Shields United States Senate, October , The History of the Fort Peck Assiniboine and


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Caleb Shields has had a long and active life in tribal affairs, not only locally


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Kipp Community, Chief Andrew Red Boy Shields.


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Redstone, George, f, , Redstone, Shirley Shields, Redstone Health Clinic, Red Thunder, , , , , Red Thunder, Andrew, ,


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Shields, Caleb at Community College, ïoe Zïoe±ïoe1f demonstrations/protests, ïoe Zïoe±ïoe·f, ïoe Zïoemïoe1, ïoe Zïoe¶ïoem elections of,


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