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Hidatsa Man (The North American Indian, V. IV. Cambridge, MA: The University Press, 1909)

Hidatsa Man (The North American Indian, V. IV. Cambridge, MA: The University Press, 1909)

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ Native American at Riverbank 1910

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ Native American at Riverbank 1910

Good Bear, Hidatsa, 1908

Good Bear, Hidatsa, 1908

Long-Time Dog - Hidatsa (The North American Indian, v. IV. Cambridge, MA: The University Press, 1909)

Long-Time Dog - Hidatsa (The North American Indian, v. IV. Cambridge, MA: The University Press, 1909)

The Sioux are Native American and First Nations people in North America. Description from photoalt2.myblog.it. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Sioux are Native American and First Nations people in North America. Description from photoalt2.myblog.it. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Cayuse, E.S. Curtis, 1911.

Cayuse, E.S. Curtis, 1911.

Mandan Indians ..Ravaged by smallpox in 1837, the few remaining Mandan were taken in by their former enemies, the Arikara. Although later they separated once again into two tribes, today there are very few full-blooded Mandan. They are a relatively small tribe and share with the Hidatsa and Arikara the Fort Berthold Reservation northwest of Bismarck, North Dakota.

Mandan Indians ..Ravaged by smallpox in 1837, the few remaining Mandan were taken in by their former enemies, the Arikara. Although later they separated once again into two tribes, today there are very few full-blooded Mandan. They are a relatively small tribe and share with the Hidatsa and Arikara the Fort Berthold Reservation northwest of Bismarck, North Dakota.

An Old Man of Waiyam [Yakima] (The North American Indian, v. VII. Norwood, MA: The Plimpton Press, 1911)

An Old Man of Waiyam [Yakima] (The North American Indian, v. VII. Norwood, MA: The Plimpton Press, 1911)

Bears Arm near Elbowoods, North Dakota - Hisatsa - 1933

Bears Arm near Elbowoods, North Dakota - Hisatsa - 1933

Crow's Breast Hidatsa Chief  Crow's Breast led the Hidatsu in their efforts to exist between the Americans moving into the North Dakota area and the native peoples.He signed the Ft. Berthold treaty in 1860 and generally tried to co-exist . In 1864 he refused to join the Sioux in their war with the whites. The Hidatsa illustrated the intertribal problems on the plains. Diminished in number by small pox and native conflicts, the Hidatsa tended to side with the whites against their traditional…

Crow's Breast Hidatsa Chief Crow's Breast led the Hidatsu in their efforts to exist between the Americans moving into the North Dakota area and the native peoples.He signed the Ft. Berthold treaty in 1860 and generally tried to co-exist . In 1864 he refused to join the Sioux in their war with the whites. The Hidatsa illustrated the intertribal problems on the plains. Diminished in number by small pox and native conflicts, the Hidatsa tended to side with the whites against their traditional…

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