Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: History

An Introduction to Native Americans Series

An Introduction to Native Americans Series

A series of programs produced to introduce viewers to the history, artifacts, and cultures of various groups of Native Americans. Programs available on 5 individual DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in a 5-Disc Set. For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail
Also See: Native Americans; Native American Culture; Native Americans: North America 1300 - 1700 A.D.

List of Titles


The Chumash of California: A Docent 's Story

The Chumash of California: A Docent 's Story

This classic program features Sylvia Khan, who was a docent at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County in Los Angeles, California. In the first part of this program she welcomes viewers with a rousing retelling of a myth that explains how the Chumash Indians came to be known as "the people of the shell money"; Click for more


Vincent Tumamait (Chumash): Native American Stories and Songs

Vincent Tumamait (Chumash): Native American Stories and Songs

"Highly Recommended. This program offers viewers a rare opportunity to view a personal and up-close profile of Native American Vincent Tumamait (Chumash), who shares stories, songs and artifacts to celebrate his Native American ancestry. A program that viewers will cherish for years to come." -National Media Click for more


Pitching a 7'-High Tipi

Pitching a 7'-High Tipi

Wendell Cooper guides student volunteers through a carefully organized process of assembling a small Plains' Indian tipi. Cooper has a relaxed teaching style, and his presentation is straightforward. Produced by Tatanka-ska. 02/10DE PIJ 20 min. Click for more


Pitching an 18'-High Tipi

Pitching an 18'-High Tipi

In this program, as the workmanship necessary for erecting a Plains Indians' tipi is carried out, a narrator describes each step. A sense of history is established with original background music. Produced by Tatanka-ska. 02/10DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Sacred Lands: Mysteries of the Anasazi

Sacred Lands: Mysteries of the Anasazi

Centuries ago, from approximately A.D. 1 to A.D. 1300, the American Southwest was home to an enigmatic people, the Ancestral Puebloans, the Anasazi, who occupied the Four Corners area of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado; then mysteriously disappeared. These remarkable people left remnants of their civilization Click for more





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