1948 GOP CONVENTION IMAGES Images from the 1948 GOP Convention. A man with a serious face, pounding a gavel. The convention hall, filled with thousands of people. A Native American man, wearing his native clothing and heaadress, holding a sign reading, "S. DAKOTA." A man holding a sign reading, "KANSAS." CU of presidential hopeful Robert E. Taft. Two shots of confetti raining down on a crowd of people, who is holding signs. CU of a group of balloons. Low angle shot of pretty, young woman, dancing happily with a baton. Someone in the crowd dancing while wearing a goofy/scary mask. Signs with the image of presidential hopeful Thomas Edmund Dewey. Thomas Dewey waving to the crowd, his wife standing behind him.
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).
AMERICAN INDIAN VILLAGE - 1934 CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR - HD Teepees are erected for the 1934 Chicago World's Fair American Indian Village. Natives put on a tradition pow wow for visitors. Note: Mastered currently in DVC PRO HD 16 x 9 from film. Available in all HD and SD 4:3 formats.
ARCHEOLOGICAL DIG Construction on a parking lot is shut down after the discovery of 3000 year old Native American artifacts. Archeologists dig carefully and show off some arrowheads and other artifacts.
Date: August 26, 1992 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:47:00, No Audio
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