The Crow Tribe, based in Montana, received $10 million this week, putting an end to a deal reached more than a year ago to settle trust accounting claims against the U.S. Department of Interior.
Spokesmen for the tribe said the money will go toward the tribe's social and educational needs, help with overall care and development of the reservation and its resources, and pay off some debt.
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