"The Heathen School: 2 of 2: A Story of Hope and Betrayal in the Age of the Early Republic" by John Demos.

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Title: North American Indians of the Plains

Year: 1920 (1920s)

Authors: Wissler, Clark, 1870-1947

Subjects: Indians of North America

Publisher: New York : American Museum of Natural History

Contributing Library: American Museum of Natural History Library

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Tdiffusion (or borrowing) as well as some entirely originalto themselves, the whole forming a complex verydifficult to analyze. Returning to these Plains Indiansocieties we find among several tribes (Blackfoot,Gros Ventre, Arapaho, Mandan, and Hidatsa) anadditional feature in that the societies enumerated inour table are arranged in series so that ordinarily a manpasses from one to the other in order, like school childrenin their grades, thus automatically grouping the mem-bers according to age. For this variety, the term age- ^>

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98 INDIANA 01 I Hi. PLAIN8 society has been used by Dr. Kroeber. Thus, it appears that while in certain general features, the soldierhand system of police is found among all tribes inthe area, there are many other interesting differencesdistributed to varying extent-. For example, the agegrouping is common to hut five tribes, while among theArapaho it take- ;t special form, the age grouping being

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