Boise may rename Castle Rock Reserve for Bannock tribe

Mayor Bieter reads historic proclamation regarding Indigenous Peoples' Day in Boise

On Monday, October 8, Mayor Bieter every every every every every 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd every 2nd Monday in October. Boise is the first city in Idaho to Indigenous Peoples' Day.

On Monday, October 8, Mayor Bieter every every every every every 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd every 2nd Monday in October. Boise is the first city in Idaho to Indigenous Peoples' Day.

A Boise park and a stallion, according to a news release from the city of Boise.

Castle Park, northwest of the Idaho Botanical Garden and Table Rock. In the Bannock language, the Ige Dai Teviwa (Eagle Eye Homeland) would be renamed Chief Eagle Eye Reserve. The park would be called Eagle Rock Park, or Pava Kweena Teppi.

Eagle Rock. T They said that they were in a position to do so.

“It's been a ship time coming,” Lori Edmo, a Shoshone-Bannock tribal member, said in a phone interview. "We've been, over the years."

Castle Rock Reserve, Quarry View Park

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“There have been ongoing conversations with the tribes,” Holloway said in the email.

The Parks and Recreation Commission on Thursday. Ise Council Council Council Council Council recommendation Council Council Council recommendation recommendation recommendation recommendation recommendation recommendation to to approved to approved recommendation recommendation recommendation recommendation approved recommendation recommendation recommendation approved recommendation approved recommendation recommendation recommendation approved recommendation recommendation recommendation go approved approved recommendation The city owns the reserve.

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History of the site

Edmo can trace her ancestry back to the Boise Valley.

“The cavalry marched our children,” he said in the email. “The tribal people are now located. Many died along the way. My maternal great

Before, the site is spent gathering spot. Native Americans were there.

“I'm thinking of our ancestors,” said Edmo.

In the 1990s, The Shoshone-Bannock tribunals to the development, leave our people at peace in their own land.

Each year, members of the Church, Shoshone-Bannock and Shoshone-Shoshone, tribes of the world . This year.

“This is an important step in preserving the historical news,” Boise Mayor David Bieter in the news release. “It 's deeply important that we remember and enjoy this great place.

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