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MISSOULA — It took 120 years for a Blackfeet Indian to receive a tenure-track position at the University of Montana, and while Rosalyn LaPier wonders what took so long, she doesn’t mind being first.
Aaron Thomas, Annie Belcourt-Dittloff and Rosalyn LaPier, left to right, are three of the four tenure-track Native American professors to be hired at the University of Montana recently teaching topics other than Native American studies. “I hope I’m able to bring a different perspective and p…