Exploring Our Past: Native Peoples of the Great Plains

Exploring Our Past: Native Peoples of the Great Plains



Grammy® Nominated, Native American singer-songwriter Joanne Shenandoah narrates this five part series on Native Peoples. The daily lives and cultures of America’s Native Peoples come to life for students through reenactments recorded at Native American living history museums and villages. The programs demonstrate how the Native People used the natural resources available to them to form and build communities in every part of the continent. Live action video gathered at Native America village, and reenactments will assist students in learning about the history, culture, and legacy of the first People of the Plains, including the Blackfeet, Crow, Lakota, and Comanche. They will learn about the importance of the buffalo and how buffalo affected every aspect of their lives including the shelters they built, the food they at and the clothes they wore.


Running Time: 20 min | CC: Yes | Grades 3-8
ISBN: 1-934119-04-0 | UPC: 0 92388 0629 9 2

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