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Bannock Indian Tribe History __ "Bannock ( from Panátǐ, their own name). A Shoshonean tribe whose habitat previous to being gathered on reservations can not be definitely Outlined. There were two geographic divisions, but references to the Bannock do not always note this distinction." An essay about Bannock tribe history along with links to related materials. - From accessgenealogy.com - http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/tribes/shoshoni/bannockindianhist.htm

Bannock Indians - Roaming the Great Basin __ A general outline of Bannock history. - illustrated - From legendsofamerica.com - http://www.legendsofamerica.com/na-bannock.html

Fort Hall Indian Reservation __ "A great deal has changed for the first Americans over centuries, but a great deal has remained the same. The Shoshone and Bannock tribes were granted 1.8 million acres in Eastern Idaho under the Fort Bridger Treaty of 1868. Survey errors, treaties, and promises both kept and broken moved the boundaries of the tribal lands to as little as 418 thousand acres and back to their present area of almost 544 thousand acres." - illustrated - From seidaho.org - http://www.seidaho.org/forthall.html

Lesson Planning, Lesson Plan Formats and Lesson Plan Ideas __ How to produce a lesson plan and not just for Indian tribes either. - From adprima.com - http://www.adprima.com/lesson.htm

Native Americans: Bannock Indian History and Culture __ You will find culture, history, art, religion, and genealogy of the Bannock Indians. - From native-languages.org - http://www.native-languages.org/bannock_culture.htm 

 

 

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