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Native Wisconsin : [official educational DVD for use in studying Native American communities in Wisconsin]

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Introduces and presents some facts about each of the eleven Native American tribes in Wisconsin; shows a pow-wow where tribal members celebrate their heritage with food, crafts, and traditional, sh...

Introduces and presents some facts about each of the eleven Native American tribes in Wisconsin; shows a pow-wow where tribal members celebrate their heritage with food, crafts, and traditional, shawl, jingle dress, grass, and fancy dancers; describes early boarding schools for Native Americans as an assimilation effort, and schools of today that strive to teach about and preserve tribal culture; and tells of the relationship of the tribes with natural resources and the land.

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Format
Videos, Slides, Films
Publication
  • Education edition
  • Lac du Flambeau, WI : Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council ; Green Bay, WI : HVS Advertising-Marketing, [2007]
  • ©2007
Physical Details
  • 1 videodisc (27 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 magazine (38 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm)
OCLC
ocn191884395
Credits
  • Host, Patty Loew

  • Title from disc label; subtitle from disc container.
  • "This presentation has been produced by an Advisory Committee to Native American Tourism of Wisconsin (NATOW)"--Disc container.
  • "Produced by HVS Advertising-Marketing, Green Bay, WI"--Disc container.
  • "This educational DVD presentation serves as a compliment to the Native Wisconsin magazine, published bi-annually and is also a part of a comprehensive educational package available to educators that satisfies the ACT 31 curriculum requirement"--Disc container.
  • Title of magazine: Native Wisconsin : official guide to Native American communities in Wisconsin.
  • DVD includes on-screen segment index.
  • DVD-R.
  • Optional subtitles in English.

  • Tribes of Wisconsin (1:00 each segment) -- The pow-wow (3:41) -- Education, past & present (3:30) -- Environmental heritage (6:20)