This is an experimental book project charting the entangled relationships among housing, homeland, and citizenship for young people living on the Blackfeet Reservation. These four books put people and systems in conversation using fragmentary interviews, recollections, maps, photography, satellite imagery, and graphical experiments; their juxtaposition examines each medium’s ability to represent and convey deep human relationships and fundamental indigenous rights. The project aims to tell true stories well and provoke more critical representations of Indigenous communities in academic and political work through visual media. The project served as an undergraduate thesis in the Barnard-Columbia Architecture Department, 2017.