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Buffalo girls

Legendary Calamity Jane searches not only for her long-lost daughter, but also for the Wild West that is now waning. Her unforgettable friends include Wild Bill Hickok, Buffalo Bill Cody, Sitting Bull, and Annie Oakley.

Spirit of the trees. People of the cedar

The tribal nations of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest consider the cedar essential to life, equal only to the salmon. This segment of "Spirit of the Trees" features many traditions that have evolved from community life ...

Spirit of the trees. Natural harmony

The Seminole Nation is made up of remnants of a number of southeastern tribes and escaped slaves who fled to the Florida Everglades and its virgin forests, cypress swamps and rivers of grass. The natural harmony they dev...

Spirit of the trees. Circle of life

In the "Circle of Life", Woodland tribes like the Yankton Sioux, Menominee and Objibwe share their perspectives on why cultural diversity and biodiversity are interconnected. The film takes the audience to the lands of t...

Spirit of the trees. Continuing traditions

Native Americans from the Southwest and California share the spirit of the trees through the voices of their sacred drums and flutes, their looms and weavings, their medicines, stewardship of their lands and cultural int...

Spirit of the trees. Malama' Aina

This segment of "Spirit of the Trees" explores the intimate relationship Native Hawaiians have with the land and all living things. Botanists, ceremonial hula dancers, artists, healers, navigators and others describe how...

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