Students' photo exhibit tells story of Mont. Indian reservation

11/14/2013 | Billings Gazette (Mont.)

The tribal history and culture of the Flathead Reservation community in Missoula, Mont., has been preserved on more than 100 photographs by photographer David Spears and middle- and high-school students from Two Eagle River School in Pablo, Mont. The photos, now on exhibit locally, were taken over a 12-year period, some with a pinhole camera the students built themselves and some that have been paired with student poetry. "The students created a document of the community," Spears said.

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