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    • Pawnee Powwow -- July 11, 2009

    • Humanities Desk audio radio history literature art religion Nebraska life Pawnee Powwow Kearney Great River Road Archway monument Native American Indian tribe people elder elders scout scouts
    • The Pawnee were officially welcomed back to Nebraska with a powwow at the Great River Road Archway Monument in Kearney. Jerry Johnston prepared a montage of people's reaction to the event.
    • Nebraska Stories: Episode 102 (Full Program)

    • Nebraska Stories Episode 2 video television tv full program episode special magazine Wolford Defensive End Langston Trey Coleman Joel Makovicka Head Coach Athletic Director Tom Osborne Speechwriter Ted Sorensen Bob Devaney Ryan Toavs Potter...
    • This episode includes: The First Walk-On, A One-Room School, I Am an American, and A Day in Fontenelle Forest.
    • Nebraska Stories: White Buffalo Girl (Episode 103 Clip)

    • Nebraska Stories White Buffalo Girl video television tv segment clip special magazine Geyer Lesiak Saiz writer Starita Black Elk Moon Hawk NE story Great Plains Niobrara Neligh Oklahoma Elkhorn River Valley people history historic historical event...
    • Segment from Episode 3
      In May of 1877, hundreds of Ponca people - men, women and children - were forced to leave their Nebraska homeland and sent on a nightmare journey into Indian Territory. Four days into the journey a baby girl named White...
    • Nebraska Stories: Episode 103 (Full Program)

    • Nebraska Stories Episode 3 video television tv full program episode special magazine Geyer Wolford Lesiak Organizer Williams Bush Pollard Abalos Chapp Williams Historian Carter narrator Harris Momaday biographer Christianson Saiz writer Starita...
    • This episode includes: The Liberators, Greening of the Dust Bowl, Loren Eiseley's Reflections of the Depression, White Buffalo Girl, Giving Thanks at a One Room School, and Piano in Tow.
    • Nebraska Stories: Episode 205 (Full Program)

    • Nebraska Stories video television tv segment clip special 205 magazine New York dance company Lincoln Interdisciplinary Arts Symposium UNL University of Nebraska Lincoln Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts dance company Nebraskans...
    • This episode of Nebraska Stories focuses on a dance company challenging the notions of disability and performance, An Omaha Indian woman who championed Native American rights over a century ago, Senator Chuck Hagel's return trip to Vietnam, and a...
    • Nebraska Stories: Vision Quest (Episode 204 Clip)

    • Nebraska Stories video television tv segment clip special 204 magazine Jesuit priest Indian Reservation South Dakota Father friendship Lakota People 1988 documentary Doll Don Doll's Vision Quest photography photographer Rosebud Sioux
    • For Jesuit priest Don Doll, photography is more than a hobby. When he lived on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota, Father Doll developed deep friendships with the Lakota People. In this story, we revisit a 1988 documentary from the NET...
    • Nebraska Stories: Bright Eyes (Episode 205 Clip)

    • Nebraska Stories video television tv segment clip special 205 magazine documentary Standing Bear's Footsteps Associate Producer Princella Parker Susette La Flesche Bright Eyes daughter Omaha Indian Chief Iron Eye educated woman champion rights...
    • While working on NETs new documentary, 'Standing Bear's Footsteps', Associate Producer Princella Parker discovered the story of Susette La Flesche, also known as Bright Eyes. The daughter of Omaha Indian Chief Iron Eye, La Flesche was a highly...
    • Art Treasures of Nebraska: Le Cannibale Moderniste (1999) by Enrique Chagoya

    • Art Treasures of Nebraska Le Cannibale Moderniste 1999 by Enrique Chagoya video television tv segment clip Sheldon Memorial Gallery Lincoln treasure modern cannibal North America Mexico Native American Indian Nahuatl Aztec European Asian culture...
    • At Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, culture clash is the overriding theme of Enrique Chagoya's Le Cannibale Moderniste.
    • Art Treasures of Nebraska: The Oregon Trail (1945) by Thomas Hart Benton

    • Art Treasures of Nebraska The Oregon Trail 1945 by Thomas Hart Benton video television tv segment clip Francis Parkman Museum MONA Kearney treasure Missouri Great Plains Native American Indian pioneer pioneers book watercolor illustration...
    • The Oregon Trail is vividly portrayed in a series of original illustrations by Thomas Hart Benton at the Museum of Nebraska Art.
    • Great Plains Great Books: 'Lakota Star Knowledge: Studies in Lakota Stellar Theology'

    • Great Plains Great Books Lakota Star Knowledge Studies Stellar Theology Native American Indian tribe tribal culture constellation Ronald Goodman
    • Written in collaboration with Lakota academicians and tribal historians and after years of study and discussion with tribal elders, this monograph is an especially good example of the crucially important role tribal colleges are playing in cultural...
    • Preserving Native American history -- May 12, 2008

    • Humanities Desk radio history literature art religion Nebraska life native american indian artifact restoration historical society tribe conservation preservation
    • The Nebraska Historical Society is in the beginning stages of restoring its collection of over 3,000 artifacts from 14 tribes.
    • Lakota language has new dictionary -- July 28, 2008

    • Humanities Desk radio history literature art religion Nebraska life Lakota language dictionary Native American Indian tribe Sioux culture heritage South Dakota define definitions Black Bear Jr. Takes War Bonnet Looking Elk Holy Rock
    • A new dictionary of the Lakota language just hit the bookshelves. The dictionary's editors hope the twenty thousand words and definitions will help keep the native Sioux language alive. South Dakota Public Radio's Charles Michael Ray reports.
    • 'Learning White Man's Ways.

    • EDUCATION NEBRASKA GENOA SCHOOLS NEBRASKA GENOA GENOA INDIAN SCHOOL GENOA NEB. LEADLEY THOMAS A. INDIANS NORTH AMERICA EDUCATION GENOA NEB.
    • 'Learning White Man's Ways.' Description: Nebraska Farmer. January 6, 1917. Note: The Genoa, Nebraska, Indian School, operated between 1884 and 1934. One of its purposes was to teach American Indian students how to farm and raise livestock.

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