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NATIVE AMERICANS BEFORE COLUMBUS (5 Programs)
This series studies American Indian cultures showing the complex history that led to their rich diversity.
There are five 24-minute programs in the series recommended for Grades 5 to 12:
The Mogollon, the Hohokam, and the democratic Anasazi were three most significant Native American societies in the Southwest.
From the Hopewell culture's to the Cahokia Mounds, the hub of culture and commerce in ancient America, the widespread mound builders and woodland peoples are brought to life in this program.
This program explores the legends, traditions, and lifestyles of the Northwest Indians who shares similar characteristics.
GREAT BASIN INDIANS
The Great Basin Indians are among the most inventive of the Native Americans. The tools, dwellings, and lifestyles of the Plateau Indians, the Plains Indians, and others are discovered in this program.
Explore, the Plains Indians' relationship to and dependence upon the buffalo is one of the most significant parts of their history.