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Originally appearing in Volume V14, Page 460 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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CREEK. Muskogian. I I,000 in Oklahoma. Large element of American citizens, making good Gatschet, Migration Legend of the white b I o o d; progress. Various religious Creeks (.884-1888); Speck, Mem. some negro. faiths. Amer. Anthrop. Assoc., 1907. CROws Siouan. 1804 at Crow Agency, Montana. Little. Improving industrially and financi- Simms, Publ. Field Columb. Mus., (Absaroka). ally. Morals still bad. 1903; Schultz, My Life as an Indian (N.Y., 1907). DAKOTA Siouan. About 18,000 in South and 4400 in Considerable white Capable of and making good pro- Writings of Dorsey, Riggs, Eastman, (Santee, Yankton, North Dakota; 3200 in Montana; blood, varying gress. Episcopal, Catholic, Con- &c. Riggs, Contrib. N. Amer. Teton—Sioux). 900 in Minnesota. Seemingly with different sec- gregational missions with good re- Ethnol., vol. vii., 189o, and vol. ix., decreasing. tions. suits. 1893; Wissler, Journ. Amer. Folk- Lore, 1907; Eastman, Indian Boy- hood (1902).
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