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Ancient America
The Nomadic Indians Of The West

he nomadic indians of the West were, by necessity among the most resourceful of all Native Americans. At one time these arid landscapes were home to both warrier nations and peaceful nations. The Pawnee painted star chants on deer and buffalo hides. Rare sea shells were used as wampum: indian money. Smoke signals warned of danger and spread news over the vast, treeless plain. Trade was vital and because so many languages were spoken, sign language was invented to communicate between tribes. Journey back in time to the days before the coming of the first Europeans and the horses which they brought with them. Return as the Blackfeet say, to the dog days of Ancient America. Running time 60 minutes.

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