Idaho Native American Tribes

Idaho Native American Tribes

Posted By Paul G July 29th, 2011 Last Updated on: July 29th, 2011

Alonzo A. Coby (Chairman)
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall Reservation
Address Fort Hall ID 83203-0306 Phone: (208) 238-3700Fax: (208) 237-0797:
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Chief J. Allen (Chairman)
Coeur d\'Alene Tribe
Address Plummer ID 83851 Phone: (208) 686-1800Fax: (208) 686-1182:
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Jennifer Porter (Chairperson)
Kootenai Tribe of Idaho
Address Bonners Ferry ID 83805-1269 Phone: (208) 267-3519Fax: (208) 267-2960:
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Samuel N. Penney (Chairman)
Nez Perce Tribe
Address Lapwai ID 83540-0305 Phone: (208) 843-7342Fax: (208) 843-7354:
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3 thoughts on “Idaho Native American Tribes

  1. brad taylor says:

    ok this is probaly a waste of time. but i have to start somewere. recently i found out, that i have a gift, by teaching healing through information that is sent to me. this started when i hired two woman to work with me. it was time to eat lunch, when kari sat down next to me ,about three feet away, all of a sudden i felt this rush, like something just happend. any way this is to long ,and to involved, to explain here. im looking for someone i can study spiritual matters with. i dont know were to go with this.

  2. Hello!! I would be honored to have a native american flutist play for my wedding. Do any of you have any advice for finding someone? Thanks!

  3. Binnaz says:

    I’m part Navajo and have been around pow-wows and Indian gathgrines all my life. WW2 especially had a lot to do with unifying native pride behind the US flag; the Cold War only cemented the sentiment. When you’ve got an enemy nation that wants to turn the entire continent into a reservation it creates a sense of we’re all in this together’.

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