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Arikara Tribe


Online resources about the Arikara Tribe

Arikara
Author: Chris Pomarico
Type: tribal
Description: This page on the Arikara is part of a Native North American Cultures online exhibit created by Minnesota State University - Mankato. It includes information on the Arikara's location, history, religion, and daily life.
URL: http://www.anthro.mankato.msus.edu/cultural/northamerica/arikara.html

Arikara from "THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN" BY ES CURTIS
Author: The Curtis Collection
Type: tribal
Description: This site presents photos and text from The North American Indian, by Edward Sherrif Curtis, produced from1890-1930. These photos are controversial and may not be an accurate depiction of the tribes at that time, but are included here because it may be of interest to researchers. For an example of the controversy, see American Indians of the Southwest.
URL: http://www.curtis-collection.com/tribe%20data/arikara.html

Fort Berthold Reservation
Author: Fort Berthold Community College
Type: tribal
Description: Background information about Fort Berthold Reservation, home of the Three Affiliated Tribes, the Hidatsa, Mandan and Arikara, in North Dakota. This page provides information about the history of the tribes, especially the devastation caused by the creation of Garrison Reservoir (Lake Sakakawea) by the Army Corps of Engineers in 1954.
URL: http://www.1890.scsu.edu/Berthold/Berthold.htm

PBS Online - Lewis and Clark: Native Americans: Arikara Indians
Author: PBS Online
Type: tribal
Description: Background information on the Arikara tribe, and Lewis and Clark's encounters with them.
URL: http://www.pbs.org/lewisandclark/native/idx_ari.html


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