[...]the lesson of genuine listening and humbly observing is an underlying theme of Hallowell's career. "Chief William Berens, my interpreter and mentor during the course of my inquiries, proved to be such a spontaneous and reliable source of information in regard to all events and personalities during his lifetime, and even before, that I felt impelled to record as much as I was able" (382).
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