Betsy Marston

Betsy Marston

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Elouise Cobell Day will be celebrated on November 5 in Montana, but many people in the West may not recognize her name.

They may not know the story of her almost 20-year struggle to win justice for Native Americans from the U.S. government, which for decades botched the management of natural resources owned by individual tribal members.

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