Haudenosaunee Beadwork: A History

Description

Haudenosaunee raised beadwork flourished as a tourist trade in the Northeast starting in the 1800s, after the Erie Canal opened. But the art form has long been an integral part of Haudenosaunee culture and identity, and has origins that date much farther back in time. At the New York State and Iroquois Indian Museums, Haudenosaunee beadworkers and historians reflect on the evolution of the craft.

Metadata

Title: Haudenosaunee Beadwork: A History

Type: Full Program

Subject(s): Native America

Public Broadcasting Station or Institution: WMHT

Original Broadcast/Publish Date: 10/23/2018

Runtime: 00:16:41

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  • Media Rights: All manner and media
  • Territory (*Please note: all internet exploitation of this program must be geo-limited to the specified territory): Worldwide
  • Term: In perpetuity
  • Releases: 1
  • Editing Allowed?: Yes
  • Digital Classroom Rights: Yes
  • Promotional Use: No

Sensitive Material: N/A

Special Instructions: N/A

File Clean of Graphics: No

Language: English

 

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