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Apsáalooke (Crow Nation) Teepees At Night
These Crow Nation style teepees were temporarily set up on the rim rocks on the north edge of Billings, Mt for part of the month of December, 2020 through January 3, 2021. Per an article in the Billings Gazette William Snell, the director of the teepee project, is quoted: “The intent behind it is to put them up as a symbol or a reminder of the struggle that people are going through,” said Snell. “In many ways, the pandemic that is occurring, it’s affected all people, all generations.” The project was organized by the Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council and the Pretty Shield Foundation. The full article, and additional photos, can be found within the Billings Gazette, December 19, 2020 with a link to the article as follows: Mr. Snell changes the colors of the teepees each night to evoke a different mood for those visiting in memory of their loved ones.
Copyright: Ken Stahley
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 16000x8000
Taken: 29/12/2020
Uploaded: 31/12/2020


Tags: apsáalooke; crow; indian; native; native american; teepee; tipi; billings; montana; tribe; memorial
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