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Mario, 13, left, and Tillie Davis, 10, are only two of the 13 people from three families liuving in one double-wide mobile home on the Crow Reservation at Crow Agency, Montana, Thursday, May 16, 2013. Unemployment and overcrowding are rampant on the reservation. Pending new ports for shipment to Asia through either the U.S. or Canada, Cloud Peak Energey hopes to open new high-grade coal mines on and near the Crow Reservation in southern Montana. The tribe is equally hopeful the new mines would bring long-awaited economic stability to the tribe. (Kevin Moloney for the New York Times)

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Mario, 13, left, and Tillie Davis, 10, are only two of the 13 people from three families liuving in one double-wide mobile home on the Crow Reservation at Crow Agency, Montana, Thursday, May 16, 2013. Unemployment and overcrowding are rampant on the reservation. Pending new ports for shipment to Asia through either the U.S. or Canada, Cloud Peak Energey hopes to open new high-grade coal mines on and near the Crow Reservation in southern Montana. The tribe is equally hopeful the new mines would bring long-awaited economic stability to the tribe. (Kevin Moloney for the New York Times)