The revised Tribal Nations in Montana: A Handbook for Legislators is now available.
First published in 1995, the 2016 Handbook is a joint publication between the Montana Legislative Services Division and the Margery Hunter Brown Indian Law Clinic at the Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana.
The Handbook's original authors, the Montana Legislature's Committee on Indian Affairs, described the publication as primarily educational. The committee believed that "accurate information provides a strong foundation for mutual respect and mutually rewarding relationships between people with different traditions, beliefs, and world views who nevertheless share common rights of citizenship and common aspirations for the state as a whole."
An electronic copy of the Handbook is available at the above link.
To receive a printed copy, please reply to this email and include your name and address, or call 406-444-9280.