MPT Turns 50: "Maryland...Maryland Indians" clip, 1989

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When Maryland’s General Assembly established noncommercial broadcasting, it designated one-third of the programming time to the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) to form a Division of Instructional Television, later known as ITV and then MITV.  "Maryland...Maryland Indians" was part of a social studies series designed for intermediate/middle school study of Maryland's geography, history, and economy, and explores the history of native Americans in Maryland with an emphasis on the traditional respect for the environment. This clip was featured in the 50th anniversary exhibit, "Made Possible By Viewers Like You: Maryland Public Television Turns 50" in the Hornbake Library Maryland Room Gallery in 2019. 
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