THE NATIVE AMERICANS (Series)

THE NATIVE AMERICANS (Series)

    Price: $500.00

    Code: 2066
    Format: DVD

    A Document Associates and BBC Coproduction
    1972, 26 mins. each
    $59.95 per episode or $500 for the entire series

    This ten-part series examines the history of the North American Indian, exploring their social, political and economic systems, as well as their art, religion, and educational values.

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