Classic Taos & Laguna Pueblo Films DVD: 1941 Native American Indian Culture, Crafts and Education History Film

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Take a look at the recent history of an ancient culture in this DVDfeaturing incredible footage of the Taos Pueblo during the 1940's. Over 1000 years old, this area is one of the oldest areas in the U.S. Also included in this DVD is great footage and information on Native American culture in the Southwest U.S. You can't find unique footage like this anywhere else! (1) Corn Dancers United Pueblo Agency and Indian Irrigation Service (1941) – This film documents various aspects of Southwestern Native American culture, including cooking practices, weaving, pottery, and irrigation methods. It includes information on Native American education and shows Laguna and Taos Pueblos. There is footage of children playing bow and arrow games, baseball, and attending farming schools. The movie also features footage of tourists visiting Taos Pueblo. The movie contains beautiful and unique historical documentation of Southwestern Native American reservations – 21 Minutes