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The Songs Of The Mandan And Hidatsa Of North Dakota Were Recorded For The First Time On The Fort Berthold Reservation In North Dakota In 1912, 1915 And 1918. The Research Was Begun Under The Historical Society Of North Dakota And Completed By The Bureau Of American Ethnology. James Holding Eagle A Member Of The Mandan Tribe And Fred Huber For The Hidatsa Tribe Served As Translators. Fred Huber Went To Fort Berthold As A Musician For The United States Army And Spent Some Thirty Years With The Hidatsas. Hundreds Of Songs Are Listed By Serial Numbers And Catalog Numbers Along With Their Translations And A Phonetic Key Is Provided. From The "Dog Society" Collection There Lurks This Popular Tune - "The Enemy Are Like Women."