Extras

    Video thumbnail: Native America Extended Interview: Jim Enote on Lessons from Farming

    Native America

    Extended Interview: Jim Enote on Lessons from Farming

    Zuni elder Jim Enote reflects on lessons learned from farming.

    Extended Interview: Jim Enote on Lessons from Farming

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    Native America

    Clan Mother

    The history and mythology of Clan Mothers and continued female leadership.

    Clan Mother

    Video thumbnail: Native America Extended Interview: G. Peter Jemison on the Longhouse

    Native America

    Extended Interview: G. Peter Jemison on the Longhouse

    The Seneca faithkeeper on how the longhouse was constructed and what it meant.

    Extended Interview: G. Peter Jemison on the Longhouse

    Video thumbnail: Native America Extended Interview: Beau Dick on the Family of Mankind

    Native America

    Extended Interview: Beau Dick on the Family of Mankind

    Beau Dick, the late great Kwakwaka’wakw chief and artist reflects on the power of family.

    Extended Interview: Beau Dick on the Family of Mankind

    Video thumbnail: Native America Traditional Wampum Belts

    Native America

    Traditional Wampum Belts

    Marcus Hendricks continues the tradition of making Wampum beads by hand.

    Traditional Wampum Belts

    Video thumbnail: Native America Totem Poles

    Native America

    Totem Poles

    Alan Hunt and Beau Dick share the real story of totem poles.

    Totem Poles

    Video thumbnail: Native America Episode 2 Preview | Nature to Nations

    Native America

    Episode 2 Preview | Nature to Nations

    Explore the rise of great American nations, from monarchies to democracies.

    Episode 2 Preview | Nature to Nations

    Video thumbnail: Native America Extended Interview: Leigh Kuwanwisiwma on Corn as Teacher

    Native America

    Extended Interview: Leigh Kuwanwisiwma on Corn as Teacher

    Hopi elder Leigh Kuwanwisiwma has learned many life lessons from corn.

    Extended Interview: Leigh Kuwanwisiwma on Corn as Teacher