NATIVE AMERICAN'S BURN NAZI SYMBOL Native Americans in Tucson, Arizona, ceremonially burn baskets and blankets adorned with the symbol of the "swastika," as the Nazi's have given the ancient symbol a negative connotation.
Date: April 24, 1940 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:22:00, No Audio
OPENING CEREMONY FOR GRAND COULEE DAM Engineering officials and representatives from local Native American tribes preside over the opening of a the Grand Coulee dam. Good footage of the Native Americans in traditional dress leading a blessing ritual.
Date: March 25, 1941 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:51:00, No Audio
CALGARY INDIANS MEET KING AND QUEEN OF ENGLAND King George and the Queen Mother are the delighted guests of 2,000 Indian braves and squaws at a colorful tepee encampment in Calgary, Canada. Royal Mounted Police are also on the scene.
INDIANS IN "SUICIDE" RACE Thrilling scenes as dare-devil Indian horsemen defy death in a spectacular dash from the top of a high mountain through dusty trails far below. One rider is nearly killed in the breakneck descent
RODEO PARADE AND BRONC RIDING It's Wild West Time in Pendleton, Oregon. The annual rodeo, featuring daring bronc and steer riding, gets off to a colorful start with a big parade of Indians and cowboys.
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