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Amoski kaanaipiksi aamo nitoyis akohtaistawapsiya ki akohpayiistapoya moka'ksin..

When wisdom is shared, knowledge exchanged, and virtue glorified, a Lodge becomes a well-spring of learning for all who enter

- EARL BARLOW, Puia (Ridge), Educator, Amskapi Pikuni (Blackfeet) Nation



Richmond Clow

Clow, Richmond

Professor

Phone: (406) 243-2702

Office: NAC 203G

Email: clowrl@mso.umt.edu

Education

Ph.D. History, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque M.S. History, University of South Dakota B.S. History, University of South Dakota



Teaching Experience

Robinson Award for lifetime achievements in history – South Dakota Historical Society Past Appointments: Institute for Native American Studies, University of South Dakota Program Director, Committee on the Humanities, South Dakota Proposal writer and Research Director, Bureau of Indian Affairs – Rights Protection Branch



Research Interests

Tribal resource management, politics on Montana’s Reservations



Field of Study

Focus: Tribal resource management, politics on Montana's Reservations



Selected Publications

The University of South Dakota, 1967-1982, Vermillion: Dakota Press, 1983.

A Forest in Trust: Three Quarter of a Century of Indian Forestry, with Alan Newell and Richard N. Ellis, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1986.

Tribal Government Today: Politics on Montana's Indian Reservations, co-authored with James Lopach and Margy Brown, Boulder: Westview Press, 1990.

Tribal Government Today: Politics on Montana's Indian Reservations, co-authored with James Lopach and Margy Brown, revised and updated edition, Natick, Colorado: University Press of Colorado, 1998.

Trusteeship in Change: Toward Tribal Autonomy in Resource Management, Imre Sutton and Richmond L. Clow, editors, Boulder, Colorado: University Press of Colorado, 2001.

Chasing the Glitter: Black Hills Milling, 1874-1959 (Pierre, South Dakota: South Dakota Historical Society Press, 2002, Index. Charts. Notes. Biblio xii + 202. Hardback and paperback).



Publications

Articles in Books

"William S. Harney," A chapter length essay on William Harney and the West for Soldiers West: Biographies of the Military Frontier, Paul Hutton, general editor, Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1987, pp. 42-58.

"Sioux Response to Non-Indian Intrusion: Sitting Bull, Spotted Tail, and Crazy Horse," South Dakota Leaders From Pierre Chouteau, Jr., to Oscar Howe, Herbert T. Hoover and Larry J. Zimmerman, editors, Vermilliam: University of South Dakota Press, 1989.

"Mary Collins," in Cathy Luchetti, Under God's Spell: Frontier Evangelists, 1772-1915, New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1989.

"Historic and Contemporary Plains Tribal Lifestyles,": Duane Champagne ed., North American Indians Almanac. Gale Publishing Inc., 1992.

"Reservation Natural Resource Management," Mary Davis ed., Encyclopedia of Native Americans in the 20th Century. Hamden, CT.: Garland Publishing Co., 1992.

"Spotted Tail," Michael R. Kornegay, Senior Project Editor, American National Biography. Cary, North Carolina: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

"William S. Harney," Michael R. Kornegay, Senior Project Editor, American National Biography. Cary, North Carolina: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

"Man-Afraid-of-His-Horse," Candace Floyd, Project Editor, Encyclopedia of the American West. Macmillan Publishing Co., forthcoming.

"Young-Man-Afraid-of-His-Horse," Candace Floyd, Project Editor, Encyclopedia of the American West. Macmillan Publishing Co., forthcoming.

"William S. Harney," Candace Floyd, Project Editor, Encyclopedia of the American West. Macmillan Publishing Co., forthcoming.

"Alfred Sully," Candace Floyd, Project Editor, Encyclopedia of the American West. Macmillan Publishing Co., forthcoming.

"Northern Plains Indians," Duane Champagne ed., The Native North America Almanac. Detroit: Gale Publishing Inc., 1994. pp. 276-285.

"Natural Resource Management," Mary Davis ed., Native America in the Twentieth Century. New York and London: Garland Publishing Company, 1994, pp. 377-379.

"Natural Resources and Reservation Economic Development," Magill's Ready Reference: American Indians. Salem Press: Pasadena, California, 1995, pp. 671-672.

“Timber Users, Timber Savers: The Homestake Mining Company and the Beginnings of Regulated Timber Harvests in the United States, Timber Case No. 1," reprinted in The Greatest Good: Explorations in the History of American Forestry, Char Miller, editor, University of Kansas Press: 1997.

“Rosebud in the Post War Era,” in Rosebud Sioux – ett folk I forvsending Claes H. Jacobson, editor.

“Robert Burnette: A Lakota Activist in Defense of Civil Rights,” in The Human Tradition in the American West, (Scholarly Resources), Reagon A Lutz and Benson Tong, editors, forthcoming.

“Colorado Game Laws and the Dispossession of the Inherent Hunting Right of the White River and Uncompahgre Utes,” Trusteeship in Change: Toward Tribal Autonomy in Resource Management, University Press of Colorado, 2001.

“The Rosebud Sioux Tribe and the Creation of the TLE, 1943-1955: A Case Tribal Heirship Land Management,” Trusteeship in Change: Toward Tribal Autonomy in Resource Management, University Press of Colorado, 2001.

Richmond L. Clow, “We Do Not Always Agree”: Eugene Little, the New Deal, and the Rosebud Leadership Crisis of 1930-1939, South Dakota History, Vol. 33, No. 3, (Fall, 2003).



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