Synopses & Reviews
This vivid memoir for young readers, first published in 1914, offers a unique look at the Hidatsa people's early reservation years. In simple and appealing prose, Goodbird describes growing up and learning about traditional skills, religious beliefs, and history during a time of tumultuous change
A Hidatsa Indian man, living in North Dakota at the turn of the century, relates the story of his life and the history and customs of his people.
Depicts the life of Edward Goodbird (1869-1938), a Hidatsa Indian.