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    • Education 2

    • Indian reservations;
    • An in depth discussion of the obstacles in the way of Native American children in obtaining an education is presented in this program. Interviews by Bernard Karaaha, Carl Whitman, Dennis Huber, Pete Brinkerhoft, Mr. Oswald, Ron Gibbons, Carol...
    • Education 1

    • Indian reservations;
    • The early goal of Native American education was clear to the non-Native American. People who experienced several of the methods relate the various ways the goals were obtained. Interviews with Carl Whitman, Mrs. Harold Case, Mr. Clyde Barker,...
    • Fort Berthold Heritage 3

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    • Various resource people explain the unique social structure and values of the Three Tribes. The concept of "Indian giver," other early social customs, traditional medicine, and a strong suggestion that the non-Native American can learn from the...
    • Non-Reservation People

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    • The non-Reservation or off- Reservation Native Americans have a unique situation. This program addresses the areas of prejudice, medical service, housing problems, and Untied Tribes Training Center organized attempt to facilitate a successful urban...
    • Federal Agencies and Programs 1

    • Indian reservations;
    • This program reviews early policies and treaties which promised services in lieu of payment, a unique citizenship ceremony, and Collier's refreshing approach to Native American affairs leading to the Indian Reorganization Act. Interviews with...
    • Federal Agencies and Programs 2

    • Indian reservations;
    • Why any of the programs or policies of the Native AmericanPeople should be of interest to us; what the general effectiveness of these programs has been; and what trends are evident in the present policies are all questions answered in this program....
    • ALCOHOLISM 1

    • Alcoholism;
    • ALCOHOLISM I The Indian people are afflicted by stereotypes held and perpetuated by the non-Indian. Often these beliefs are based on half-truths and are retained by the dominant society. The lack of adequate factual materials allows these...
    • Fort Berthold Heritage 2

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    • Influences of the dominant society on the peoples of the Three Tribes are recounted. Many of the changes occurred in education, languages, religion and way of life. The most visible change came with the disruption on the Garrison Dam project. ...
    • Public Health

    • Indian reservations;
    • Initial contacts with representatives of the federal government reveal interesting attitudes that contribute to the level of care given to Native Americans. Early developments, current situations and future needs are included in this program....
    • Turtle Mountain Heritage 2

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    • The Turtle Mountain residents describe Native American medicine and religious concepts often misunderstood by non-Native American people. The early church and trader promoted changes in the Native American lifestyle. Resource people note that the ...

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