Native America

Native America

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Product Details

Release Date: 11/06/2018
UPC: 0841887035934
Original Release: 0000
Source: Pbs (Direct)
Region Code: 1
Time: 3:40:00
Sales rank: 19,218

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Disc #1 -- Native America: Episodes 1 & 2
255. Chapters
1. A New Vision Of The New World [2:05]
2. Chaco - A Center of Science and Spirituality [7:01]
3. America's Oldest Art In The Amazon [4:40]
4. Hopi Ceremonies At Chaco [5:21]
5. Grand Canyon - Place of Emergence [8:22]
6. Sacred Power Of 6 Directions [11:25]
7. Shared Beliefs [8:19]
8. Finding The Center Place [6:11]
9. Chapter 9 [:01]
0. Chapters
1. A Deep Connection To Earth [2:13]
2. Birthplace Of Democracy [5:40]
3. First Nation [8:08]
4. Natural Power Of Wampum [8:19]
5. Potlatch And Cedar's Ties That Bind [8:20]
6. Corn Is King [8:15]
7. The Great Law Of Peace [12:29]
8. Chapter 8 [:01]
Disc #2 -- Native America: Episodes 3 & 4
255. Chapters
1. Great Civilizations [2:20]
2. Mississippi Mound City [4:35]
3. The Ultimate Celestial City [8:11]
4. Closer To Creator [8:02]
5. Empire Of The Sun [7:49]
6. Aligned To The Sky [7:08]
7. Why Sacrifice? [7:59]
8. Connected To The Cosmos [7:19]
9. Chapter 9 [:01]
0. Chapters
1. We're Still Here [2:21]
2. Traces Of Comanche [5:23]
3. Aztec Resistance [6:18]
4. Take The Power [6:00]
5. Bridge To The Past [4:33]
6. Mighty Mobile Empire [4:20]
7. Keepers Of Knowledge [5:07]
8. Fighting Conquest Mentality [12:41]
9. Alive and Thriving [6:42]
10. Chapter 10 [:01]

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Native America 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Kidsfirst More than 1 year ago
This impressive four-part PBS series, narrated by musician Robbie Robertson (himself a Mohawk), delves deeply into the history, culture, lifestyles and rarely discussed accomplishments of Native Americans. From excavated ancient cities to an appreciation of their contribution to the concept of democracy, the filmmakers utilize brisk editing, roving camerawork and animation to produce a moving, yet entertaining exploration of the original inhabitants of the Americas. The program provides an in-depth look at Native American rituals, scientific accomplishments and wall art that should prove enlightening to many viewers. Ceremonies rarely filmed are given welcome context and the detailed overview of their deep connection to the environment and the natural world make for an at-times startling program. New light is shed on their perseverance in the face of colonization and conquest. Recommended for ages 10 to 18, as well as adults. I give this 5 out of 5 stars. Reviewed by Michael F., KIDS FIRST! Adult reviewer.