The Center Pole Gift Shop

Your patronage and purchases help to support our projects and programs. THANK YOU!

​GIVING CARDS

​Eight note cards (blank inside) and envelopes, featuring original photographic art of Crow life today.

​The Giving Cards are photographs artistically stylized by Donna Chimera. She has a great respect for the culture and traditions of our nation’s first peoples. The “First Peoples” series was created as a path for creating understanding of modern tribal life and a fundraising tool for Native nonprofit organizations.

 

The images of the beautiful people and lands of the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana are photos taken by  visitors and Susan Kelly, Program Director of The Center Pole.

EARTH MEDICINE KITS

These products reveal natural spiritual, medicinal and ceremonial traditions of Native Americans

  • Bear Root

 

  • Flat cedar

 

  • Mint

 

  • Healing Moss

 

  • White Clay

 

  • Sweet Sage

 

  • Red Clay

CROW ROASTED COFFEE

 

Order our delicious coffee for your home, office or retail location!

We fresh roast free trade coffee! We begin with the finest coffees, micro-roasted on location in small batches to create the smoothest, best tasting coffee. This unique roasting process allows us to achieve maximum flavor while delivering the freshest roasted coffee within days of roasting. The coffee is roasted in the Center Pole cultural center.

A CULTURAL LESSON

Colorful front labels display the Crow word for the clan and a cultural description. The back labels give a mini history lesson and teaches about the Crow clan system

 

​You select the Clan label you prefer.

 

Collect each of the clan labels!

 

Great mementos and unusual gifts!

The Center Pole is a 501 c 3 Native non-profit organization. All contributions are tax deductible.

 

The generous contributions of individuals, corporations and foundations allows us to maintain our programs and services.

The Center Pole

The Crow Indian Reservation

PO Box 71

3391 I-90 Frontage Road Garryowen, MT 59031

 

(3 miles south of the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument)

 

 

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