How Tribes Got Their Names: A Montana Example - East of the Divide Tribes, Part 2

The second segment of video about the signs for and actual names of eastern Montana tribes and the interactive exercise about sign language.

How Tribes Got Their Names: A Montana Example discusses the various means Native American tribes got their generally used names. The names used historically and currently are almost never the names they call themselves and come from other tribes or from early European contact.

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Producer

Sally Thompson (Producer/Director), Ken Furrow (Videographer), Danika Sandoz (Editor), Rob Collier (Sign Language)

Source

“How the Tribes Got Their Names: A Montana Example” Regional Learning Project, The University of Minnesota, Center for Continuing Education 2010

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