NATIVE PROTEST ON CAPITOL HILL IN OTTAWA Native Canadians protest government legislation on the steps of Ottawa's Parliament Buildings. Native leaders dressed in traditional feathered head dress, bang drums and dance in front of Capitol Hill in Ottawa. Small children shown in native communities play in groups.
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Date: July 13, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:42:00, With Audio
AL SMITH MADE HONORARY INDIAN CHIEF Former New York Governor Al Smith is made an honorary Indian Chief by the Winnebago Tribe at the Chicago World Fair. He happily trades his famous brown derby for an indian headdress and there is much laughter over his new Indian name 'Watchgeegeepe Wakezake' meaning Happy Fighter (Warrior).
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