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1. Church Input I Church Input I 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....

2. STANDING ROCK HERITAGE II STANDING ROCK HERITAGE II Indian reservations; STANDING ROCK HERITAGE II The Standing Rock Reservation was to become the home of a widely publicized Indian, Sitting Bull, who had lived in Canada following the Battle of the Little Big Horn where he...

3. Fort Berthold Heritage 4 Fort Berthold Heritage 4 The governing process of the Three Tribes has been affected by federal acts and differing approaches of the various administrations. This governing process is explained in this program. Interviews with...

4. Turtle Mountain Heritage 2 Turtle Mountain Heritage 2 The Turtle Mountain residents describe Native American medicine and religious concepts often misunderstood by non-Native American people. The early church and trader promoted changes in the Native American...

5. Fort Totten Heritage 1 Fort Totten Heritage 1 The Dakota people who were later to reside on the Fort Totten Reservation experienced various changes in their initial way of life and their original culture. These changes involving education, migrations,...

6. Fort Berthold Heritage 2 Fort Berthold Heritage 2 Influences of the dominant society on the peoples of the Three Tribes are recounted. Many of the changes occurred in education, languages, religion and way of life. The most visible change came with the...

7. Fort Berthold Heritage 1 Fort Berthold Heritage 1 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...
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