There is established an American Indian heritage day for the state of Montana. American Indian heritage day is the last Friday in September of each year and is
recognized as a day of observance to commemorate this state's American Indians and
their valued heritage and culture. On this day, all Montanans are urged to:
(1) reflect on American Indian culture and heritage; and
(2) celebrate American Indians and their culture and heritage in all lawful ways.
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