Hidatsa


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a member of the Sioux people formerly inhabiting an area along the Missouri river in western North Dakota

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a Siouan language spoken by the Hidatsa

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The quilled rosettes on the Linden robe certainly fit Feder's Arapaho-Atsina attribution, but the robe collected by Maximilian is listed as Hidatsa (Gros Ventre of the Missouri), a tribe from whom he is known to have collected.
There she visited an active brine spill cleanup site and met with tribal members of the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation.
The Native American Populations such as Cheyenne, Choctaw, Comanche, Crow, Dakota, Delaware, Pawnee, Hidatsa, Sioux and others used Echinacea, for the treatment of several diseases such as cold, flu, burns, wounds, snakes bites, general inflammatory condition, etc.
Claryca Mandan, natural resources administrator for Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara tribes' natural resources department, said the area is "one of the worst places it could have happened" because the pipeline sits atop a bluff, and the saltwater ran down the rugged terrain.
Using their portable forge, members of Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery fabricated various iron implements and traded them to the Mandan and Hidatsa Indian tribes in what is now North Dakota, in exchange for corn, beans, squash, and tobacco to sustain them during the winter of 1804-5.
The second garden was patterned after the design and practices communicated by Maxi'diwiac (Buffalo Bird Woman), a Hidatsa farmer, and first published in 1917 as Agriculture of the Hidatsa Indians: An Indian Interpretation by Gilbert Wilson.
The Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation is where ASRC was more than thirty years ago, when oil was discovered at Prudhoe Bay," Jeff Kinneeveauk, president and CEO of ASRC Energy Service, noted when the project was announced.
the Hidatsa, use either tekonyms (Munne ki Amma/Abba = the Mother/father of the Baby Boy/Girl or simply a vocative (sunti hain = do you hear) by a wife or bhalilok (good people) by a husband.
In addition, the National Park Service maintains three relatively intact Hidatsa settlements within the Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site.
Harvest Kitchen and Bar embodies the philosophy every day by offering guests locally sourced and organic items including Natural Chicken Breast served with hidatsa red bean ragout, Wheat Pappardelle Pasta served with artichokes, basil, garlic and sundried tomato sauce, and Peppered Rib-Eye Steak cooked to perfection with an aromatic rosemary sauce and roasted parsnip mashed potatoes.
While national policy encouraged farming among Native people, and newspaper accounts claimed the displays as evidence of that success, among the Dakota, Arikara, Mandan, Hidatsa, Pawnee, and many other tribes in the Midwest there was a long history of grain farming.
Much of the Bakken play is on land that is part of the Fort Berthold Reservation administered by or on behalf of the Three Affiliated Tribes (Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara or Sahnish), which is why Helms was speaking at the annual tribal conference in Bismark, North Dakota.
The Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation is one of our most important customers, along with many other tribal businesses.
The Man Who Dreamed of Elk-Dogs & Other Stories from the Tipi" is a collection of 23 traditional stories from traditions of the Blackfoot, Lakota, Assiniboin, Pawnee, Winnebago, Omaha, Hidatsa, and Cheyenne nations.
This 'biography' of Fort Clark and the Indian villages that surrounded it offers a context for understanding newly discovered archaeological evidence about the cultures of the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Indians who traded at Fort Clark.