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Hidatsa Indian women cultivating crops

Hidatsa Indian women cultivating crops
Date: Between 1850 and 1870
This illustration shows women from the Hidatsa tribe cultivating maize and squashes with a bone hoe. It was copied from "American Indian" by Clark Wissler.

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