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Longing to Learn Booker T. Washington's Story DVD

Longing to Learn Booker T. Washington's Story DVD

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This film is based in Washington's autobiography "Up from Slavery". It draws on his own words to describe his boyhood years as an African American in a Virginia slave hut. He tells of the struggle for his much-valued education and his disadvantaged childhood.Running time: 15 minutes. Bonus films on this DVD include Booker T. Washington: The Life and the Legacy, Frederick Douglass: An American Life, and The Maggie Lena Walker Story. 
Maggie Lena Walker Story DVD

Maggie Lena Walker Story DVD

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This narrated film captures the spirit of a woman who became a prominent civic leader, financier, and business woman during the early twentieth century. Original photographs and quotations from her early writings reveal the depth of her commitment to the social, economic, and cultural needs of African Americans.Running time: 12 minutes. Bonus films on this DVD include Longing to Learn: Booker T. Washington's Story, Booker T. Washington: The Life and the Legacy, and Frederick Douglass: An American Life.
Seed on the Prairie CD

Seed on the Prairie CD

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Sycamore Rapids CD

Sycamore Rapids CD

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Timeless Count Basie CD

Timeless Count Basie CD

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Virginia Wildlife CD

Virginia Wildlife CD

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Wildcat Regiment Band CD Volume 3 Music from the Port Royal Band, 1863-1864

Wildcat Regiment Band CD Volume 3 Music from the Port Royal Band, 1863-1864

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Hopewell Furnace DVD

Hopewell Furnace DVD

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Maxidiwiac DVD

Maxidiwiac DVD

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This is a moving account of the life of Buffalo-Bird Woman from the Hidatsa tribe. Born in the Knife River village, her story was recorded in the anthropological notes of Gilbert Wilson while he lived with the Hidatsa, Mandan and Arikara in the early 1900s.Running time: 14 minutes. The bonus film TR Country is included on this DVD.
Canyon Voices DVD

Canyon Voices DVD

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Today's Navajo Indians who live and farm in Canyon De Chelly National Monument in Arizona tell of the preservation of their ancient culture, relating their spiritual and ceremonial ties to the canyon. The camera moves along sheer red cliffs revealing photographs on canyon walls as this thought-filled story is told. Shown performing many traditional actives, the Navajos share their music and way of life with the viewerRunning time: 21 minutes. This DVD also includes the Navajo version of Canyon Voices.