Maryland… Program 15: Maryland Indians

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Social studies series for intermediate/middle school study of Maryland's geography, history, and economy. Episode explores the history of native Americans in Maryland, with an emphasis on the traditional respect for the environment. Among those interviewed: Mervin Savoy, tribal chair of the Piscataway-Conoy Confederacy; Joseph Raincrow Neale, chief of the Yougiogaheny River Band of Shawnee Indians; Anastasia Bergh, of the Jamestown Settlement Museum in Virginia; and Bob Shaw, naturalist at the Chesapeake Indian Lifeways Center, part of Chancellor's Point, a 66-acre natural history park at the state-owned Historic St. Mary's City, where English settlement in Maryland began. Narrator: Lary Lewman.
Maryland Public Television; Maryland. State Department of Education. Division of Instructional Television
Broadcasting, Communications
North America; United States of America
Public Broadcasting
Special Collections and University Archives
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00:18:58 hh:mm:ss; VHS
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Fedora 2 PID: umd:735995; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/46273; Filename: bcast-076089

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