Published on Jun 13, 2013
A history project about the technology that Edward S. Curtis made use of.
Published on Nov 3, 2015
Through this initiative we share the history of our people in their voice, as seen through their eyes. We focus on everyday lives of Choctaws through pivotal moments in history, exploring topics such as the Civil Rights movement, boarding school initiatives, and relocation efforts. We gather oral accounts of what it was like to be Native American through these times, from the stories that make us unique as a people to the everyday activities that universally bind all of us to one another. We use technology to preserve and share our unique story and wisdom that has come from these encounters
This video is my second video I have posted on YouTube, it is about the past history of my people and our hardships.
Short film made for premiere in the IU Cinema on May 3, 2011
Published on Jan 6, 2013
The History of The Indigenous Island Natives (Lesser & Greater Antilles) How they Migrated, arawak, ciboney, carib, kalinago, Taino, yucanans, Garifuna, Garinagu Native American, American Indians st. vincent, trinidad, haiti, dominican republic,grenadines, bahamas, barbados, st. kitts. st. lucia dominica, original people, pre-columbus, history of the Caribbean Island, , history of the Caribbean people, roots & culture & language
To celebrate 100 years of the Boy Scouts of America, I thought it would be a great idea to have a Scouting heritage booth at the Arizone Family History Expo held Jan 22-23, 2010.
Francisco Vasquez de Coronado was another Spanish explorer, who came to the area in 1540. However, missionaries made up the majority of early Arizona settlers. Fort Tucson was established by the Spanish in 1775.