Dancers perform on the opening evening of the annual Shoshone-Bannock Indian Festival at Fort Hall in 2008. The 544,000-acre Fort Hall Indian Reservation is bordered on the north by the Snake River and has two major roadways running through it.
Dancers perform on the opening evening of the annual Shoshone-Bannock Indian Festival at Fort Hall in 2008. The 544,000-acre Fort Hall Indian Reservation is bordered on the north by the Snake River and has two major roadways running through it. Joe Kline AP file
Dancers perform on the opening evening of the annual Shoshone-Bannock Indian Festival at Fort Hall in 2008. The 544,000-acre Fort Hall Indian Reservation is bordered on the north by the Snake River and has two major roadways running through it. Joe Kline AP file

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