Chief Plenty Coups

State Park - Montana

Chief Plenty Coups State Park is located approximately 0.5 miles (0.8 km) west of Pryor, Montana, on the Crow Indian Reservation. Chief Plenty Coups' (Alek-Chea-Ahoosh) Home, located in the state park, is a National Historic Landmark with several contributing resources. The property belonged to Chief Plenty Coups, the last traditional tribal Chief of the Apsáalooke people. He and his wife, Strikes the Iron, left their home and property to all people in 1928. The only museum of Apsáalooke culture in the United States is located here along with a memorial to Plenty Coups and his achievements.

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Official visitor map of Nez Perce National Historical Park (NHP) in Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Nez Perce - Visitor Map

Official visitor map of Nez Perce National Historical Park (NHP) in Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Map of the Trail System in Chief Plenty Coups State Park (SP). Published by Montana State Parks.Chief Plenty Coups - Trails

Map of the Trail System in Chief Plenty Coups State Park (SP). Published by Montana State Parks.

Highway Map of Montana. Published by the Montana Department of Transportation.Montana State - Montana Highway Map

Highway Map of Montana. Published by the Montana Department of Transportation.

brochures

The official Montana State Parks Guide. Published by Montana State Parks.Montana - State Parks Guide

The official Montana State Parks Guide. Published by Montana State Parks.

Chief Plenty Coups SP https://fwp.mt.gov/stateparks/chief-plenty-coups/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chief_Plenty_Coups_(Alek-Chea-Ahoosh)_State_Park_and_Home Chief Plenty Coups State Park is located approximately 0.5 miles (0.8 km) west of Pryor, Montana, on the Crow Indian Reservation. Chief Plenty Coups' (Alek-Chea-Ahoosh) Home, located in the state park, is a National Historic Landmark with several contributing resources. The property belonged to Chief Plenty Coups, the last traditional tribal Chief of the Apsáalooke people. He and his wife, Strikes the Iron, left their home and property to all people in 1928. The only museum of Apsáalooke culture in the United States is located here along with a memorial to Plenty Coups and his achievements.

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