2 edition of Demographic & economic information for Fort Peck Reservation found in the catalog.
Demographic & economic information for Fort Peck Reservation
Montana. Dept. of Labor and Industry. Office of Research and Analysis
2006 by Office of Research & Analysis, Job Service Division, Montana Dept. of Labor & Industry in Helena, MT .
Written in English
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Fort Peck Reservation Demographic and Economic Information Fort Peck Assiniboine & Demographic & economic information for Fort Peck Reservation book Tribes Medicine Bear Road PO Box Poplar, MT Phone: () | Fax: () Revised October Photo Courtesy of Suzie and Rick Graetz.
Outside the Fort Peck Indian Reservation, in the area to be served by Dry Prairie, total population declined f in to 15, in Annual growth rates of the Indian population within the Fort Peck Indian Reservation were high ( percent) in the three decades between and (Table ).
Annual rate of decline in. Fort Peck Reservation Profile Created: Friday, Octo Includes information on the labor force, industry employment and wages, top employers, demographic and census information, per capita personal income, and more.
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Demographics by Reservation Figure 2 shows population demographics for Montana’s reservations. While the Flathead Reservation is the state’s most populous, w residents, the Blackfeet Reservation has the largest American Indian population.
On the Flathead Reservation, only a quarter of the population identifies as American Indian.3 The. The Fort Peck Indian Reservation is located near Fort Peck, Montana, in the northeast part of the is the home of several federally recognized bands of Assiniboine, Nakota, Lakota, and Dakota peoples of Native Americans.
With a total land area of 2, acres (8, km 2; 3, sq mi), it is the ninth-largest Indian reservation in the United States. (a) identify learning strategies of adults on the Fort Peck Reservation at different agencies in the community, (b) examine Fort Peck Community College students to determine if it is possible to discriminate between the highest and lowest achievers, and (c) identify and describe distinct groups of learners on the Fort Peck Reservation.
The Coronavirus COVID has been documented on the Fort Peck Reservation in Montana. Two healthcare employees at Riverside Family Clinic, located within the boundaries of the Fort Peck Reservation.
Reservation Demographic and Economic Information; Fort Belknap Assiniboine & Gros Ventre Tribes () Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux Tribes () Little Shell Chippewa Tribe () Northern Cheyenne Tribe () Site Maintenance.
Bureau, which provides both demographic and economic information for reservation areas through the American Community Survey (ACS). While this data source provides valuable information about age, race, poverty status, and other metrics not available from other sources, the sample size is too small to produce data on a monthly or annual basis.
Fort Peck Reservation Division Wealth Index is 51 State of Montana Wealth Index is 79 The Wealth Index is based on a number of indicators of affluence including average household income and average net worth, but it also includes the value of material possessions and resources. The Fort Peck Reservation, headquartered in Poplar, is the second largest reservation in Montana covering over two million acres of land.
There are an estima enrolled tribal members, of whom approximately 6, reside on or near the reservation. Fort Peck Reservation is home to two separate Indian nations, the Assiniboine & Sioux. On larger reservations in the rural west of the District, such as Montana's Fort Peck Reservation, most indicators declined slightly or remained unchanged.
1/ When considering census data on race, it is important to note that Census significantly revised the questions used to identify race and ethnicity. Economic Reports. Montana Economy at a Glance; FAQS And Resources.
Frequently Asked Questions; demographic and census information, per capita personal income, and more. View Publication. Crow Reservation Profile. Fort Peck Reservation Profile. Includes information on the labor force, industry employment and wages, top employers.
Education records, including education program correspondence, ; periodic education reports, ; list of Assiniboine school children, ; and Fort Peck Reservation school census of Indian children, Maps ( items, in Denver): Quarters and buildings, Crow Indian Agency, ca.
( items). Topographical features of. the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in northeastern Montana, Poplar offers an ideal setting to better understand how economic restructuring affects the lives of residents in northern Plains reservation communities.
Loss of businesses, consolidation of services, and general economic restructuring continue to challenge communities on the Great Plains. History. The name Fort Peck is associated with Col. Campbell K. Peck, the partner of Elias H. Durfee in the Leavenworth, Kansas trading firm of Durfee and Peck.
Incompany employee Abe Farwell constructed the Fort Peck trading post along the Missouri River, which enjoyed a virtual monopoly in trade with the Sioux and Assiniboine people. After its short life as a trading post, Fort Peck.
Compare population statistics about Fort Peck, MT by race, age, gender, Latino/Hispanic origin etc. CensusViewer delivers detailed demographics and population statistics from the Census, Census, American Community Survey (ACS), registered voter files, commercial data sources and more. Experience breakthrough technology for census data discovery, population analysis and visualization.
Fort Peck Montana PopulationFort Peck Montana PopulationFort Peck Montana PopulationFort Peck Montana DemographicsFort Peck. By contrast, American Indians accounted for only 40 percent of the more recent and modest population growth after Economic well-being holds its own.
In addition to recent, modest changes in reservation population, several indicators of economic well-being from the ACS data suggest that reservations have largely "held their own" since both reside on the Fort Peck Reservation.
In each of these cases, the reservation population consists of fragments of larger tribal nations. For example, there are 33 bands of Assiniboine Indians, two of which are represented on the Fort Peck Reservation, where each of the seven primary bands of the Sioux nation are also represented.
The Rocky. Blackfeet Reservation $, % 2 Fort Peck Reservation $, % 3 Crow Reservation $, % 4 Northern Cheyenne Reservation $, % 5 Rocky Boy Reservation $79, % 6 Fort Belknap Reservation $76, % 7 Little Shell Tribe $, % 8. Yankton Sioux population at the Fort Peck Indian Reservation, Montana, was reconstructed using data derived from four censuses collected by the United States Indian Services in,The ethnohistorical method was used to determine some of the socially created conditions that might have caused changes in population structure.
Image The Devils Lake Reservation was centered on an army post, Fort Totten. Shortly after the post was built, the Catholic Church built a school for reservation children. This photo shows the Army post, the school, and the tipis of several families that have come to Fort Totten on business or to visit their children at school.
SHSND Status of Mineral Resource Information For The Fort Peck Indian Reservation, Northeastern Montana M. Mudge, Michael Sokaski, D. Rice, and George McIntyre of small hills having gentle slopes (Jensen and (Jensen and Varnes,p.
The Fox Hills Varnes,p. is exposed along the east side of Little Porcupine. 25, articles and books. Periodicals Literature. The decennial census provides unique once-a-decade data on a variety of economic and demographic characteristics. The Census included a new feature allowing analysis of American Indians living on reservations.
Using the BLS approach and looking at the Fort Peck Reservation. The Fort Belknap College accounted for approximately $ million, or percent of the total.
Fort Peck Reservation Area (Tables 11 and 12) The Fort Peck Reservation area is located in northeastern Montana and is home to the Assiniboine and Sioux tribes. The town of Poplar serves as the headquarters for the reservation.
Bordered by the Missouri River and the great Fort Peck Dam, the Fort Peck Reservation is home to two separate American Indian Nations, Assiniboine & 6, Assiniboine and Sioux live on the Fort Peck Reservation, with another approximately 3, tribal members living off the reservation.
Compiled by Census and Economic Information Center, Montana Department of Commerce, 01/06 Economic Base DRAFT Business On reservation Population: 3, Off reservation Number of Establishments 27 1 1 2 2 Actual Total Retail Fort Peck $69, Fort Belknap $56, Flathead $82, Crow $76, Blackfeet $75, Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation, the smallest reservation in terms of land mass, expanded by people over the last decade to bring the total population to 3, according to the U.S.
Census. Swift foxes are native to Montana, but suffered heavily due to habitat loss and poisoning efforts aimed at larger predators. They were believed to be extinct in Montana by Thanks to reintroduction efforts in Canada, Fort Peck, and the Blackfeet Reservation, there are now a.
• Copies of the corresponding Demographic and Economic Information pamphlet (Montana Department of Labor and Industry) for each Montana reservation for each student in each assigned reservation group. • Blackfeet • Crow • Flathead • Fort Belknap • Fort Peck. Demographics. Unless otherwise noted, the data in this section come from the American Community Survey.
For more information see About the Data. NOTE: AIANa includes only individuals who self-identify racially as American Indian or Alaska Native alone, whereas AIANac includes AIANa individuals and also those who self-identify as American Indian or Alaska Native in combination with. Citizen-Soldier Brings Smiles to Wolf Point By Spc.
Claudia Rocha DOD DVIDS Spc. Cleopatra Matthews joins more than 25 other Army Reserve Soldiers assigned to the Army Reserve Medical Command’s th Medical Support Unit, who partnered with Fort Peck Indian Health Service to provide health care services to an estimated population of over 8, local residents.
An Ethnographic Study of Tribal Industry on Fort Peck Reservation (pp.) Director; Katherine Weist The study examines the attempts made in recent years to promote economic development in the Fort Peck Reservation community through the establishment of Tribally owned.
Glasgow is located near the western border of the Fort Peck Reservation. According to Wonkblog's analysis, Fort Peck also has the distinction of being near the second-most "isolated" town -- Scobey. And it's home to the third-most "isolated" town -- Wolf Point, which is the largest community on the reservation.
The main reservation is located in Rolette County, North Dakota. The size of the reservation is six by twelve miles ( km × km), and has one of the highest population densities of any reservation in the United States. It has a land area of square miles ( km 2) and a estimated population of 6, persons.
 It also has extensive off-reservation trust. The Fort Peck Reservation is home to two separate American Indian Nations, each composed of numerous bands and divisions. Read More. Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux Tribes Medicine Bear Road PO Box Poplar, Montana P: F: E: [email protected] Sincethe population of Fort Belknap Reservation has increased from around 1, into 2, in It has taken around 6 decades for the population to double.
However, the predominantly Indian communities adjacent to Fort Belknap Reservation, bring the total Reservation population to over 3, HIP, the Housing Improvement Program, is a home repair, renovation and replacement grant program administered by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) and federally-recognized Indian tribes for American Indians and Alaska Native individuals and families who have no.
The Blackfeet Reservation was established along the Canadian border and became home to the Blackfeet Indians; the Sioux nation, including the Assiniboines who had moved to Fort Peck, were located on the Fort Peck Reservation and the Fort Belknap Reservation, officially established on March 2,became the land of the Gros Ventres and.
The Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes of Montana (the “Fort Peck Tribes”) have applied to EPA under Sections and of the Safe Drinking Water Act (“SDWA”), 42 U.S.C.
h-1 and h-4, for approval of the Fort Peck Tribes' program regulating Class II (oil and gas-related) underground injection wells on the Fort Peck Indian.Fort Peck Reservation, Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes – Montana Mineral Ownership Only; Mineral Ownership with Leases Jicarilla Apache Reservation, Jicarilla Apache Tribe – New Mexico Mineral Ownership Only; Mineral Ownership with Leases Navajo Reservation, Navajo Nation – Arizona, New Mexico, Utah Mineral Ownership Only.