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Gilbert Livingston Wilson (1869 – 1930) was an American ethnographer and a Presbyterian minister. He and his brother recorded the lives of three Hidatsa family members; Buffalo Bird Woman, her brother Henry Wolf Chief, and her son Edward Goodbird. Wilson’s extensive and detailed writings remain an important source of information for historians and anthropologists, as well as the Hidatsa people.

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  • Gilbert Livingston Wilson (1869 – 1930) was an American ethnographer and a Presbyterian minister. He and his brother recorded the lives of three Hidatsa family members; Buffalo Bird Woman, her brother Henry Wolf Chief, and her son Edward Goodbird. Wilson’s extensive and detailed writings remain an important source of information for historians and anthropologists, as well as the Hidatsa people.
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