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Originally appearing in Volume V14, Page 461 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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HIDATSA. 467 near Ft. Berthold, N. Dakota. becoming more moral. Catholic, McDermott, fours,. Amer. Folk-Lore, chief mission influence, also Pres- 1901; Ronan, Flathead Indians byterian. (189o). Now "gradually advancing along Chamberlin, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. the lines of civilization." Mission Phila., 1908. See Paiute, Ute. influences Methodists and Angli- Kroeber, Anthrop. Pap. Amer. Mus. can, with much success, especially Nat. Hist., 1907-1908. former. Swanton, Contrib. to Ethnol. of the Not yet much under white or mis- Haida (1905) and other writings; sionary influence. Boas, Rep. Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci., "Wild and indolent," with little 1889; Newcombe, Congr. intern. des improvement. Reached by Catho- Amer (Quebec, 1go6). lic missions. See Babines. "Good workers"; not yet distinctly See Babines, Carriers, Chipewyan. under mission influence. James, Indians of the Painted Desert Making good progress. Congrega- Region (Boston, 1903); Dorsey, tional and Catholic missions., Indians of the South-west (1903). Matthews, Ethnogr. and Phila. of the Hidatsa (1877); McGee, 25th Ann. Rep. Bur. Ethnol., 1893-1894; Pepper and Wilson, Mem. Amer. Anthrop. Assoc., 1908. HcPA. Athabaskan. 420 in Hoopa Valley, N.E. Cali- Little. Self-supporting by agriculture and Goddard, Life and Culture of the fornia. stock-raising. Presbyterian and Hupa (1903), Hupa Texts (1904), Episcopal missions with good and other writings. results.
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