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How the West Is Fun: American Indian Culture

18 minutes 52 seconds

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Montana middle school students narrate their exploration of Native American culture. A Blackfoot rancher explains the value of the horse as the students saddle up. A Salish language teacher discusses "kinship" words and the importance of family. A hide tanner demonstrates each step of the process before she can make beautiful traditional clothing. The students learn the worth and dignity of these Native American cultures.

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Runtime: 18 minutes 52 seconds

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