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    Garrison Dam: The Unfinished Dream
    Hidatsa US - Central
    George Gillette, chairman of the Fort Berthold Indian Tribal Council, covered his face and wept in Washington on May 20, 1948, as Secretary of the Interior J.A. Krug signed a contract to buy 155,000 acres of North Dakota’s best Indian land for a government reservoir. Five decades and 2˝ generations later, the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara, which became the Three Affiliated Tribes under an 1851 treaty, still are recovering from the inundation of 155,000 acres of their best land.
    A special report by Patrick Springer in the Fargo Forum.
    Native languages: Legacy and Lifeline
    Hidatsa US - Central
    The Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara, today jointly known as the Three Affiliated Tribes, are fighting to save their languages -- and culture -- from extinction.
    A special multimedia report, "Dying Tongues," by Patrick Springer in the Fargo Forum.

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