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The following audio and video presentations are a sampling of the material related to Native American history available from the Library of the Congress and other partner agencies. These include Webcasts as well as musical recordings and unique sound artifacts, such as the stories of Native Americans.
Please note: This list represents only a selection of the digital and physical holdings of the participating agencies.
Library of Congress
- Black Mesa: Water, Power, and the Story of a Master Theft
- Breaking the Bonds of People and Land: Native American Removal in the United States and Mexico
- Dineh Tah Navajo Dancers
- Ed Schupman: "Do All Indians Live in Tipis?" and Other Compelling Questions for Education
- Ellen Brazill Grant sings a "Konomihu lullaby"
- Guiding Our Destiny: Loriene Roy
- Hoop Dancing, Rosebud Sioux and Crow Creek Sioux
- Indian Yell: The Heart of an American Insurgency
- Law Panel Discussion: Indian Religious Freedom, to Litigate or Legislate?
- Louis Pigeon sings "Manabus Tells the Ducks to Shut Their Eyes"
- Medicine song -- Glacier Park Indians (Blackfoot Tribe)
- Native American Women Writers discuss new book, “Sister Nations”
- Omaha Indian Music
- R.Carlos Nakai: American Indian Flute Music from Arizona
- Sioux and Mandan Hidatsa Storytelling and Music
- Tim Tingle and D.J. Battiest-Tomasi: Oklahoma Choctaw Storytellers and Flute Players
- Wayne Newell and Blanch Sockabasin: Traditional Passamaquoddy Music From Maine
- White dog song -- Glacier Park Indians (Blackfoot Tribe)
- Yup'ik song about a vision of a sailing ship in 1777
- 2009 Keynote Address: Dawn Sturdevant Baum
- 2008 Keynote Address: Suzan Shown Harjo
- 2007 Keynote Address: Rep. Tom Cole
- American Indian Records Repository (external link)
- President Clinton's Remarks to Tribal Leaders (1994) (external link)
- The American Indian Archives at the Oklahoma Historical Society, one of NARA’s affiliated archives, on the National Archives’ YouTube channel (external link)
- Rebuilding Indian Country – 1933, on the National Archives’ YouTube Channel (external link)
- Selected films from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, in the National Archives’ online catalog
National Endowment for the Humanities
- Rising Voices/Hothaninpi(external link)
(Funded in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities)
World Digital Library (An international project led by Library of Congress)
- Pow-Wow Princess Song (external link)
- Scenes of the Everglades (external link)
- Traditional Seminole Song - Rev. Josie Billie (external link)