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The Fort Hall Indian Reservation is located in eastern Idaho, just north of Pocatello.
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The Fort Hall Indian Reservation is located in eastern Idaho, just north of Pocatello.  
  
:Established --  
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:Established -- 1869
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:Agency (BIA) -- [[Fort_Hall_Indian_Agency_(Idaho)|Fort Hall]]<br>
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:Principal tribe(s) -- Shoshone and Bannock
 
:Population --
 
:Population --
  
== History ==
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== History ==
  
The Fort Hall Reservation is located just north of Pocatello, Idaho in the eastern part of the state. The only major town on the reservation is Fort Hall, Idaho, which is also the site of the agency headquarters, a museum, and some tribal businesses. Two tribes are associated with this reservation -- the Shoshone and Bannock Tribes.
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The Fort Hall Reservation is located just north of Pocatello, Idaho in the eastern part of the state. The only major town on the reservation is Fort Hall, Idaho, which is also the site of the agency headquarters, a museum, and some tribal businesses. <br>
  
 
== Records  ==
 
== Records  ==

Revision as of 18:02, 3 February 2009

United States Gotoarrow.png American Indians Gotoarrow.png Idaho Gotoarrow.png Indians of Idaho Gotoarrow.png Fort Hall Indian Reservation (Idaho)

The Fort Hall Indian Reservation is located in eastern Idaho, just north of Pocatello.

Established -- 1869
Agency (BIA) -- Fort Hall
Principal tribe(s) -- Shoshone and Bannock
Population --

History

The Fort Hall Reservation is located just north of Pocatello, Idaho in the eastern part of the state. The only major town on the reservation is Fort Hall, Idaho, which is also the site of the agency headquarters, a museum, and some tribal businesses.

Records

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