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        Montana Mosaic: Indian Lands Become Homesteading Lands

        Immigrants swept into Montana by the tens of thousands to populate its forests, high plains, and prairies. They changed the state’s economic, political, and social fabric. They directly affected Montana Indian nations by taking up non-allotment lands on reservations.  While homesteading built up the white communities, they forever changed life for the Native peoples who had lived there before.

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