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The mysteriously rich heritage of an ancient civilization. Pottery making the old way is demonstrated in Hano village on First Mesa. Rare views over Hopi mesas, villages and Hopi ruins. This program covers the Anasazi, Spaniards, Nampeyo civilizations and pottery designs. Included is a segment on the evolution of Hopi pottery.
|13-4125||65 min.||$ 29.95||©1990 |
Into The Circle of the Powwow
View the vitality and variety of the Native American powwow. Slow motion sequences of national champions show the grace, power and intricate steps of men's and women's dance styles. Interviews with tribal elders, dancers and singers will help you know what to look and listen for. Historic photographs and eye witness accounts will relate how the powwow began and how it is still evolving.
|13-4744||58 min.||$ 19.95||©1992 1-889988-03-0|
Lakota Medicine Walk: Hearing One Voice
|13-4922||51in.||$ 24.95||©1997 096607100X|
Native American Healing in the 21st Century
|13-4921||38 min.||$ 24.95||©1979 5264565253|
Native American Indians
Before Europeans set foot on these shores, Native Americans lived in harmony with all that surrounded them. Steeped in myth and tradition, they epitomize the extraordinary relationship between the people, the land and all living creatures. Native Americans still hold sacred the ways of their ancestors; their legendary survival skills, striking artistry and unique customs.
|13-4232||60 min.||$ 14.98||©1994 0-88149-221-3|
NATIVE AMERICAN MASTER ARTISTS
|Ella Mae Blackbear, Cherokee Basketmaker||13-4293||24 min.||$ 19.95||©1990 1-889988-00-6|
|Ribbons of the Osage: The Art and Life of Georgeann Robinson||13-4292||28 min.||$ 19.95||©1990 1-889988-02-2|
|Strength of Life: Knokovtee Scott, Creek Shellworker||13-4290||28 min.||$ 19.95||©1989 1-889988-01-4|
NATIVE AMERICAN MEN'S & WOMEN'S DANCE STYLES
|Native American Men's and Women's Dance Styles, Volume 1||13-4291||60 min.||$ 19.95||©1994 1-889988-05-7|
|Native American Men's and Women's Dance Styles, Volume 2||13-4743||60 min.||$ 19.95||©1995 1-889988-06-5|
NATIVE AMERICAN RELATIONS
Award winning documentaries on contemporary Native
|Peyote Road - Ancient Religion in Contemporary Crisis||13-4273||60 min.||$ 29.95||©1993 1-880993-02-3|
|Wiping the Tears of Seven Generations||13-9976||57 min.||$ 29.95||©1992 1-880993-01-5|
|Your Humble Serpent: Wisdom of Reuben Snake||13-4578||70 min.||$ 29.95||©1996 1-880993-05-8|
NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES
|Crow Dog's Paradise||13-4014||28 min.||$ 99.00||©1979 |
NEBRASKA NATIVE AMERICANS IN THE 1800'S
Teacher's / Study guides are available for each tape.
Contains a more detailed summary of the contents;
tests and answers; projects for various classes
relating to the subject material; specific craft
projects with detailed steps for completion. Each
$19.95. Won two Telly Awards for Education/Academic
and History/Biography. For grades 3-5.
|Bright Eyes: Susette La Flesche Tibbles||13-4823||20 min.||$ 49.50||©1996 |
Paths of Life: American Indians of the Southwest
This program tells the stories of ten native American groups of the Southwest; how they came to choose and follow their own distinctive cultures and histories. This explores how each group has been shaped by its own view of its origins, taditional values and beliefs, the landscape, historical events and interactions with other people of the region. This program reveals how the Hopi, Navajo, Apache, Seri, Yaqui, O'dam , Tarahumara, Yumans, Pai and Southern Paiute responded to rapid changes in American Society and how they maintain their cultural identity today.
|13-4602||21 min.||$ 19.95||©1997 1-883758-04-1|
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