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Mandan Tribe This article contains interesting facts, pictures and information about the life of the Mandan Native American Indian Tribe of the Great Plains. The Mandan Tribe Summary and Definition: The Mandan tribe of North Dakota, "the tattooed people", were traditionally hunters, traders and farmers who l
  The History and Culture of the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Sahnish Main Page About Us Contact Us High School Resources Indian Studies Tribal Historical Overview Demographics Tribal Government Cultural Overview Mandan Culture Hidasta Culture Sahnish Culture Leaders Traditional Contemporary Contemporary Issues Documents
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The Mandans Early American History Indians of North America Vocabulary buffalo Great Plains lodge Mandans Missouri River North Dakota Key Concepts The huge Great Plains had plenty of grass to feed the millions of buffalo that roamed the Plains. The buffalo was the regions most important resource for the native people
SHOWING RECORD: 4 of 7   Mandan Indians Painting by Karl Bodmer/Historical Picture Archive/Corbis Mandan Indians October 24, 1804   Before Lewis and Clark encountered their first Mandan, they passed several abandoned villages on their way up the Missouri. Those villages had been abandoned during th
  Interior of the Hut of the Mandan Chief With their Hidatsa friends and neighbors, the Mandan Indians lay at the center of trade along the Upper Missouri River, inhabiting what is now central North Dakota. At the time of Lewis and Clark’s arrival, they lived in two villages, Matootonha and Rooptahee*. Matoo
The Mandan are a Native American tribe residing in North Dakota . They are enrolled in the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation . About half of the Mandan still reside in the area of the reservation the rest reside around the United States and in Canada. The Mandan historically lived along the banks



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