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ERIC Number: ED043406
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 22
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The Crow Indian Reservation of Montana. Indian Affairs (No. 4). Final Report.
DeHoyos, Genevieve; DeHoyos, Auturo
As a final report of a survey about manpower potential of the Crow Indian Reservation of Montana, this report gives a description of population characteristics, educational achievement, potential labor force, available skills of the labor force, and present employment conditions of the worker population on the reservation. The report also includes some important considerations concerning the extent of use of modern living facilities on the reservation and the attitudes, preferences, and practices of the reservation people concerning land ownership and use. The document consists of 3 main parts. The first part presents a general summary of findings without tables; the second part presents specific findings in tabular form, with extended comments on the socioeconomic characteristics of the population of the reservation in terms of age, sex, and socioeconomic status; and the third part of the report includes analysis of attitudes of the Crow people toward some of the issues of reservation life. The report shows that education is not enough if it is not supported by a business or industrial base on the reservation where learned skills and education can be put to use. (EL)
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Authoring Institution: Brigham Young Univ., Provo, UT. Inst. of American Indian Studies.
Identifiers - Location: Montana