The Storytellers

The Storytellers

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Native people saw the history of their land differently than the White man. The early European settlers brought many new things to this land - like horses and guns. They also brought mumps, measles and small pox which destroyed entire Indian Nations. The Indians in return taught the settlers the principles of democracy as well as how to survive on the land and preserve the natural environment. Join us as we tell some of the real stories as they happened to the Native peoples. A wonderful journey thru time and patience and a must see for anyone interested in First Nations.
Publisher: [Canada] : First Nations Films, [2004]
Branch Call Number: 971.00497 STO
Characteristics: 1 DVD (approximately 39 minutes)
Additional Contributors: First Nations Films

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