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  • Ritter, Roger G. (Southern New Hampshire University, 1987)
    Creating jobs (and providing services) to residents of the Passamaquoddy reservation in Washington County Maine became a key priority for the tribe in the mid 1980s. To achieve these goals the tribe chose to develop a food ...
  • Brown, Caroline (Southern New Hampshire University, 1998)
    Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, established in May 1888 is the homeland of the Gros Ventre and the Assiniboine Tribes. Fort Belknap is one of seven Indian reservations in Montana. It is located in north central Montana, ...
  • Yerxa, Bo (Southern New Hampshire University, 1988)
    This report describes the creation of a public health initiative of the Pamassamaquoddy tribe in Maine. Specifically, the project focuses on increasing the education level among members of the tribe to expand the capacity ...
  • Good Shield, Skyla; Stone, Luti (Southern New Hampshire University, 2001)
    As stated in the thesis project "Bed and Breakfast is the popular lodging, alternative to hotel high rises and motel monotony. B&Bs are either private residences where the owners rent spare bedrooms to travelers, or small, ...