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    • Indian reservations; Indian reservation police;
    • The law and order program explains the three separate legal codes that can affect the Native American People of North Dakota. References to the past legal codes, discussion of the present systems and exploration of future goals of the law...
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    • The forming of the initial Fort Totten Reservation, replacing the Dakota's legal system by the federal army, the changes of government, values and medicine attempted by the federal government are explored in this program. Interviews with Alvinia...
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    • Pre-Reservation history is related as well as early reservation history. This includes an explanation of the two distinct groups who became residents of the Turtle Mountain Reservation. Since the reservation was formed, the the Native American's...
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    • Indian reservations;
    • The more recent impact of the church on the culture of the Native American people is investigated, and the recent attempts of the church to allow Native American self-determination. Also discussed is the constant attempt of the Native American...
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    • Indian reservations;
    • STANDING ROCK HERITAGE I From histories of the 1600's, we find that, about 1650 the Sioux, who were living in the hills and woodlands of Minnesota, began moving steadily westward to the plains region. By the first decade of the 19th century they...
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    • Religion;
    • The arrival of the missionaries and their religion often confused the Indian people. In Virginia Irving Armstrong's anthology of Indian views, I Have Spoken; Sitting Bull summarizes a part of the confusion. During a discussion with John Carnigan, a...
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    • Alcoholism;
    • ALCOHOLISM I The Indian people are afflicted by stereotypes held and perpetuated by the non-Indian. Often these beliefs are based on half-truths and are retained by the dominant society. The lack of adequate factual materials allows these...
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    • Indian reservations;
    • The early goal of Native American education was clear to the non-Native American. People who experienced several of the methods relate the various ways the goals were obtained. Interviews with Carl Whitman, Mrs. Harold Case, Mr. Clyde Barker,...
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    • Indian reservations;
    • This program reviews early policies and treaties which promised services in lieu of payment, a unique citizenship ceremony, and Collier's refreshing approach to Native American affairs leading to the Indian Reorganization Act. Interviews with...
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    • The events which bring the diverse tribes, Arikara, Hidatsa, and Mandan, to a common locale are explained in the first portion of the program. The second portion of the program relates to the merger of these tribes, the forming of the reservation...
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    • Various resource people explain the unique social structure and values of the Three Tribes. The concept of "Indian giver," other early social customs, traditional medicine, and a strong suggestion that the non-Native American can learn from the...
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    • Indian reservations;
    • The Native American People of North Dakota discuss situations surrounding their ample labor supply and under developed potential. The current programs and future goals of today's Native Americans are discussed in this program. Interviews with Leo...
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