Celebrating Yellowstone National Park: The Indigenous Perspective

Shane Doyle is a Montana-based scholar, teacher, and community advocate whose work focuses on the history and heritage of Native American tribes of the Northern Great Plains. Shane is an enrolled member of the Apsáalooke Nation (also known as the Crow Tribe), and he holds a doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction from Montana State University. His unique personal and professional experiences, combined with his deep curiosity and seemingly endless energy, have made Shane a well-known leader in many fields, including education, land use advocacy, and the arts.

Learn about Shane and the celebration and history of Indigenous peoples in Yellowstone National Park:

https://mountainandprairie.com/shane-doyle/

https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/historyculture/historic-tribes.htm#:~:text=The%20Crow%20occupied%20the%20area,west%20and%20south%20of%20Yellowstone.

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/lost-history-yellowstone-180976518/

Commemorating Yellowstone's 150th Birthday with the Park's 'First Family' by Shane Doyle

The world's first national park marks a significant milestone today — but its history reaches much further back than 1872 and involves the stories and cultures of more than two dozen Tribes. Read More:

https://www.npca.org/articles/3075-commemorating-yellowstone-s-150th-birthday-with-the-park-s-first-family

https://mountaintimearts.org/yellowstone-revealed

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