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    Adopt-A-Native-Elder Program
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The Adopt-A-Native-Elder Program exists to create a bridge of hope between Native Americans and other cultures. It allows us to reach out to one another, share our gifts, and mend the broken circle of our relationship with the Land and the Native Americans who hold it in sacred trust.
    Classroom Grandmother Program
    Navajo US - Southwest
    This program is designed for elementary school classrooms to become more familiar with the Navajo traditional people. For the students interested in adopting a Grandmother, we prepare a special brochure which describes the needs of the Grandmother, and tells a little about who she is and how she lives.
    Documentary Educational Resources
    Documentary Educational Resources produces, distributes and promotes anthropological and documentary films and videos . We represent producers from every populated continent. At present, DER's library contains over 400 film and video titles used internationally in classrooms and other educational institutions.
    Documentary Educational Resources
    Ojibwe US - Central
    This is a link to a film we have titled "Earl's Canoe" and it is a documentary about building a traditional Ojibwe Canoe from a birch tree. We ask that you add a link to this page for Birchwood Canoe building.
    Documentary Educational Resources
    Dedicated to the production, distribution and promotion of quality ethnographic and documentary films from around the world.
    Earl'sCanoe - Traditional Ojibwe Craft produced for the Smithsonian Center
    Ojibwe US - Northeast
    With the participation of other members of the Ojibwe Nation In this documentary we meet Earl Nyholm, a member of the Ojibwe Nation, as he walks through the woods on Madeleine Island, Wisconsin. He's looking for just the right birch tree to select for the bark which will be used in the making of a traditional Ojibwe canoe. fires.

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