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Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana PowWow 2018

The 5th annual Chitimacha Powwow was a celebration of the dance and music of over twenty tribal nations from around the country. This day-long event was held in the St. Mary Parish community of Charenton on the Chitimacha tribe's reservation.

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Duration: 00:10:44


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The Louisiana Mound Trail

Louisiana’s history begins over 10,000 years ago. Our state has the oldest earthen mounds in North America, even older than Stonehenge or the Great Pyramids.

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Duration: 00:03:16


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Reviving the Chimtimacha Language

Despite threats to both their homelands in the Atchafalaya Basin and to their traditional way of life, the Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana is presently enjoying a cultural renaissance - beginning with the recovery of a nearly forgotten language.

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Duration: 00:03:34


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A Promise from the Sun

Like many indigenous people, the Tunica-Biloxi tribe of Louisiana have undergone centuries of hardship and struggle, severely testing their Promise from the Sun. Yet, today's generation is witnessing the unfolding of that promise made long ago.

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Duration: 00:01:04


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Chitimacha Baskets

The Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana are renown basket weavers. This tribe of Native Americans are among the first people of Louisiana, heirs of an unbroken 8,000 year past in their native coastal region of the Atchafalaya Basin of Louisiana.

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Duration: 00:02:44


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The Vietnam War: Louisiana Remembers

Louisiana Public Broadcasting is highlighting Louisiana experiences during the Vietnam war.

Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:29:30