MARC Bibliographic Record

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020    $a1930065019
035    $a(OCoLC)ocm43645091
035    $a(WU)6471153-uwmadisondb
035    $a(EXLNZ-01UWI_NETWORK)999973701302121
040    $aEYM$beng$cEYM$dUMC
043    $an-us-wi
090    $aE99.C6$bL47 1999
100 1_ $aOsawa, Sandy Sunrising.
245 10 $aLighting the 7th fire /$cproduced by Sandra Johnson Osawa (Makah).
246 20 $aLighting the seventh fire
264 _1 $aSeattle, WA :$bUpstream Productions,$c[1999]
264 _4 $c©1999
300    $a1 videocassette (47 min., 30 sec.) :$bsound, color ;$c1/2 in.
336    $atwo-dimensional moving image$btdi$2rdacontent
337    $avideo$bv$2rdamedia
338    $avideocassette$bvf$2rdacarrier
538    $aVHS.
508    $aCamera and editing, Yasu Osawa ; music, Frank Montano.
500    $a"Nationally broadcast on PBS Stations as a part of the award winning Point of View series (P.O.V.)"--Container.
586    $aAward of Excellence, National Indian Education Association.
520    $aExamines how the Chippewa Indians of northern Wisconsin who struggled to restore the tradition of spear fishing in the waters outside their reservation. Illustrates the political and racial opposition they encountered. Relates the re-emergence of traditional fishing rights to the Chippewa prophecy that speaks of seven fires representing seven periods of time, the seventh being a time when lost traditions would be renewed.
590    $aJeanette Elmer Trust.$9LOCAL
650 _0 $aOjibwa Indians$xFishing.
650 _0 $aOjibwa Indians$xLegal status, laws, etc.
650 _0 $aOjibwa Indians$vFolklore.
650 _0 $aSpear fishing$zWisconsin.
650 _0 $aIndians of North America$zWisconsin.
650 _0 $aWater rights$zWisconsin.
651 _0 $aWisconsin$xRace relations.
710 2_ $aUpstream Productions.
730 0_ $aPOV (Television program)
997    $aMARCIVE

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Document ID: 999973701302121
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Network Physical IDs: 999973701302121
mms_osh_ids: 995656403502126