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6 Generations
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directed by Paul Goldsmith, fl. 1967-2017; produced by Paul Goldsmith, fl. 1967-2017 (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 2011), 57 mins
Ernestine De Soto is a Chumash Native American whose mother Mary Yee was the last speaker of her native Barbareño language. In 6 Generations, her family reaches back to the days the Spanish arrived in Santa Barbara and made first contact. Ernestine tells this history from the perspective of her female ancestors,...
directed by Paul Goldsmith, fl. 1967-2017; produced by Paul Goldsmith, fl. 1967-2017 (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 2011), 57 mins
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Announcement to librarians and students of the science of language: Messrs. Ginn & Company beg to announce that they are about to undertake the publication of a Grammar of the Innuit language
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written by Joseph Barnard Davis, 1801-1881, in Max Gluckman Papers, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Archives and Manuscripts (Boston, MA: Ginn and Company, 1900), 4 page(s)
Announcement to librarians and students of the science of language: Messrs. Ginn & Company beg to announce that they are about to undertake the publication of a Grammar of the Innuit language... Boston, Ginn & Company, 1900. 4 pp. 25.5 x 18.5 cm. Printed
written by Joseph Barnard Davis, 1801-1881, in Max Gluckman Papers, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Archives and Manuscripts (Boston, MA: Ginn and Company, 1900), 4 page(s)
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Being Innu
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written by Catherine Mullins; directed by Catherine Mullins; produced by Catherine Mullins (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 2007), 1 hour 16 mins
For thousands of years the Innu lived off the land. They were nomads, sometimes also known as the Montagnais. In the 1960s, government policy forced them to settle and form communities in Labrador and Quebec. Ancestral ways collided with modern ones, and gave rise to ongoing struggles. Now the grandchildren tell t...
written by Catherine Mullins; directed by Catherine Mullins; produced by Catherine Mullins (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 2007), 1 hour 16 mins
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Invisible Genealogies: A History of Americanist Anthropology
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written by Regna Darnell, in Critical Studies in the History of Anthropology (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2001, originally published 2001), 404 page(s)
written by Regna Darnell, in Critical Studies in the History of Anthropology (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2001, originally published 2001), 404 page(s)
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Earth's Natural Wonders, Series 2, Episode 1 of 3, Surviving the Extreme
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directed by Alexis Girardet, fl. 1989; produced by British Broadcasting Corporation, in Earth's Natural Wonders, Series 2, Episode 1 of 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2018), 56 mins
Cameras explore some of the most breathtaking places on Earth, following the lives of some of the people who call these extraordinary places home. In the first episode, cameras follow Yak-herder Thokmay Lowa as he leads his herd through one of the most treacherous mountain passes in the high Himalaya. Elsewhere, t...
directed by Alexis Girardet, fl. 1989; produced by British Broadcasting Corporation, in Earth's Natural Wonders, Series 2, Episode 1 of 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2018), 56 mins
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The Impacts of Colonialism in Canada
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produced by Matt LeMay, fl. 2010, LeMay Media (Pembroke, ON: LeMay Media, 2017), 18 mins
Prior to the arrival of Europeans, First Nations people were a richly diversified, self-sufficient culture living in various areas of Canada. Much of that changed with the arrival of the first Europeans. Colonization is the action or process of settling and establishing control over the indigenous people of an are...
produced by Matt LeMay, fl. 2010, LeMay Media (Pembroke, ON: LeMay Media, 2017), 18 mins
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Itam Hakim Hopiit
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written by Victor Masayesva, Jr., 1951-; directed by Victor Masayesva, Jr., 1951-; produced by IS Productions and ZDF Television (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 1984), 58 mins
The critically acclaimed Itam Hakim Hopiit was produced in the Hopi language and subtitled in English.
written by Victor Masayesva, Jr., 1951-; directed by Victor Masayesva, Jr., 1951-; produced by IS Productions and ZDF Television (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 1984), 58 mins
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Letter from Raymond Firth to Ishmael Tuki, February 27, 1974
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written by Sir Raymond Firth, 1901-2002, in Raymond William Firth Papers, of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Tikopia Correspondence, Tikopia: Ishmael Tuki) (London, England) (27 February 1974) , 2 page(s)
Date: February 27, 1974. Typewritten letter from Raymond Firth to Ishmael Tuki. Firth shares family news and sends a money order for 150 U.S. dollars ($100 Australian) for Tuki to use as he sees best. Also mentioned is a money order for the Tikopia Development Fund sent to Kirakira. Firth says he has not done much...
written by Sir Raymond Firth, 1901-2002, in Raymond William Firth Papers, of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Tikopia Correspondence, Tikopia: Ishmael Tuki) (London, England) (27 February 1974) , 2 page(s)
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Los Guardianes Del Mayab
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directed by Jaime Magaña, fl. 2006; produced by María Bello Buenfil, 1990-, Ambulante Más Allá (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute, 2012), 33 mins
Luis Puc is a Yucatecan Mayan jmen (shaman). He dies and travels to the dimension of the seven heavens where he meets the báalam (guardians). Through them, he receives healing powers and wisdom, which he uses to come back to life to help his fellow men.
directed by Jaime Magaña, fl. 2006; produced by María Bello Buenfil, 1990-, Ambulante Más Allá (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute, 2012), 33 mins
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Navajo Warriors: The Great Secret
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written by Michel Viotte; directed by Michel Viotte; produced by Allysson Luchack, fl. 2003 and Emmanuel Priou, fl. 2003, France 2, Ideacom International and Bonne Pioche (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2003), 50 mins
The famous Navajo Code Talkers, memorialized by Hollywood in the feature film "Windtalkers," were an integral part of the armed forces during World War II. Navajo veterans who fought in the Pacific in World War II, used their unwritten Native American tongue as an unbreakable code language, essential in the Americ...
written by Michel Viotte; directed by Michel Viotte; produced by Allysson Luchack, fl. 2003 and Emmanuel Priou, fl. 2003, France 2, Ideacom International and Bonne Pioche (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2003), 50 mins
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