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The Arikara tribe are from North Dakota.  They were a semi-nomadic people on the Great Plains.  They were primarily an agricultural society.  Corn was the most important staple to the Arikara people.  Curtis created forty-seven (47) photogravure plates during his visits with the Arikara tribe and thirty-one (31) remain available to collectors today.