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1987. Minnesota Historical Society. Softback. Book-VG. 11x8.5. 371pp. Frontis, profuse colour & b/w photos & illus. In 1886 a small group of Hidatsa Indian people left their earth lodges in Like-a-Fishhook Villages in North Dakota. They moved up the Missouri river and built homes on the reservation at an isolated spot they called Independence. Twenty years later, Gordon L. Wilson went to Independence to record information about traditional Hidatsa life. There three members of one family-Buffalo Bird Woman, her brother Wolf Chief, and her son Goodbird-agreed to tell him their stories. This book is based on those memories and the family's cultural artefacts.
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