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These interactive Google Earth tours take the viewer on an armchair adventure through Montana's Indian Reservations. 

The majority of Montana Indian reservations were created during the 1800's by way of treaties between the US Government and individual tribes. The treaties were designed to reserve portions of Indian homelands for each of the tribes, hence the name reservation. It is important to understand that reservation land was not given to the tribes; it is land that was reserved for the tribes.

NOTE: Google Earth software is required to view these tours. To download GoogleEarth, click here and select the Download Google Earth tab in the right hand corner of your screen. Follow the Google Earth download instructions.

Next, download the PlaceNames tour that you want to view from the list below. Once the download is complete, the selected tour will automatically open up in Google Earth.

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