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Mandan Indian

Photo: Mandan Indian in headdress
When traders brought smallpox to the 1,600-some Mandan Indians of North Dakota in 1837, only a handful—perhaps 150—survived. When this photo was taken in the early 1900s, Yellow Owl, pictured, was one of fewer than 300 Mandan remaining.
Photograph by W. A. Rogers

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