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The further hell of it is, they've been that way for some time. They're confined mostly to blogs and Web sites of specific scope and limited circulation, and the corporate media mostly stand by and let the stories go unreported in the wider culture.

Politicians and policymakers are nowhere to be found.

Since this is Women's History Month, and since indigenous women remain invisible to the dominant culture except as cartoon characters and subjects for appropriation, it seemed an apt time to run them again.

What follows is Part I; Part II will appear here tomorrow.

--When the black gold rush began, no one on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation expected it to take down Main Street.

Neighbors caught up at the Jack and Jill grocery, elders strolled to the library, children rode their bikes on the streets.

BIA officials sat in the front and members of her own Three Affiliated Tribes in the audience.

But of the rest she later recalled, "I had never seen a single one of them before, and they already seemed to know everything about Fort Berthold." The land near the reservation's center earned the highest bids.

There, in a district called Mandaree, she noticed her own mineral rights were up for lease.

This story was produced with support from the Economic Hardship Reporting Project. A modest strip of one- and two-story buildings framed by undulating plains, Main Street doubled as the reservation’s community hub, in the tradition of small towns.