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The U.S. has hundreds of tribal and thousands of individual Indian landowners.
The U.S. has hundreds of tribal and thousands of individual Indian landowners.
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June 8, 2016

BHSU To Offer Online Indian Lands Course

An online comprehensive course will focus on Indian land issues thanks to a Black Hills State University professor and a grant from a non-profit organization, reports BHSU

The accredited three-credit course will be available from BHSU at the undergraduate and graduate levels in summer 2017. John Glover, professor of American Indian Studies, will develop the course with a grant from the Indian Land Tenure Foundation, a Minnesota-based non-profit dedicated to educating Indian landowners and to reforming the legal structures that govern Indian land. 

The course will include information from Indian lands courses that have been offered at various institutions and will include video materials featuring information from experts in the field. 

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