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A History of American Indian Achievement

The Great Transition (#103)

At the closing of the classic golden age of American Indians, the Anasazi built their spectacular cliff cities and the Iroquois League wrote a remarkable constitution that would serve as a model for the founding fathers. The transition coincided with the arrival of the Europeans. This included tribal interactions with the settlers at Jamestown and the Pilgrims at Plymouth Plantation. [28 minutes] Closed Captioning

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Series Description: Join host Tyler Christopher, a 21st century American Indian, as he chronicles the survival of the American Indian in spite of wars and devastation. The programs bring little known American Indian accomplishments to light.

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