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A History of American Indian Achievement

Eight half-hour shows chronicle the story of American Indians ... Their magnificent civilizations and accomplishments.
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AIA $200.00/yr
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American Indians Populate the North American Continent
  • 12,000 B.C. - American Indians Arrive in What Will Become the United States
  • 10,000 B.C. - Paleo Indians Become the Most Accomplished Stone Age Hunters
  • 4000 B.C. - Old Copper Culture Initiates Metallurgy in the United States
  • 2000 B.C. - Pecos Culture Produces Sacred Rock Paintings
AIA-001 $25.00/yr
The Golden Age of Ancient American Indians
  • 1700 B.C. - Poverty Point Culture Founds First American City
  • 1400 B.C. - American Indians Begin Shift to Agriculture
  • 300 A.D. - Archaic Upper Great Lakes Cultures Begin Building Effigy Mounds
  • 800 A.D. - Bow and Arrow Has Spread Across the Continental United States
  • 1000 A.D. - Mississippian Culture Establishes Cahokia As Their Capital
AIA-002 $25.00/yr
The Great Transition
  • 1100 - Anasazi Build Cliff Cities at Mesa Verde
  • 1142 - Iroquois League Creates Constitution
  • 1614 - Pocahontas Marries John Rolfe
  • 1621 - Squanto and Massasoit Help Pilgrims Survive
AIA-003 $25.00/yr
Resistance and Acceptance
  • 1675 - Metacom Leads "King Philip's War"
  • 1680 - Pope Drives Spanish from Santa Fe
  • 1680 - Kateri Tekakwitha, Patroness of Ecology
  • 1763 - Ottawa Chief Pontiac's War for Independence
  • 1799 - Handsome Lake Founds Longhouse Religion
  • 1805 - Sacagawea, Interpreter and Guide, Aids Lewis and Clark Western Expedition
AIA-004 $25.00/yr
The New Indian Leaders
  • 1811 - Chief Tecumseh Leads the Last Great American Indian Confederacy
  • 1821 - Sequoyah Creates Cherokee System of Writing
  • 1833 - Chief Black Hawk Writes His Autobiography
  • 1835 - Osceola Resists Indian Removal Act
  • 1850 - Chief Sealth Welcomes Settlers to the Pacific Northwest
AIA-005 $25.00/yr
The Plains Indians War
  • 1861 - Cochise, Undefeated Apache Warrior Hero
  • 1864 - Ely Samuel Parker Becomes Adjutant to General Ulysses S. Grant
  • 1868 - Red Cloud, the Sioux Renaissance Leader
  • 1875 - Quanah Parker, Legendary Comanche Leader
  • 1876 - Sitting Bull & Crazy Horse at the Battle of the Little Bighorn
  • 1877 - Chief Joseph Leads Brilliant Nez Perce Retreat
AIA-006 $25.00/yr
The Emergence of the American Indian Hero
  • 1883 - Sarah Winnemucca Publishes Her Autobiography
  • 1900 - The La Flesche Family Starts to Preserve American Indian Cultures and Religions
  • 1912 - Jim Thorpe Wins Olympic Gold Medal
  • 1924 - Gertrude Simmons Bonnin Sets the Stage for Survival of American Indians
  • 1929 - Charles Curtis is Elected Vice President of the United States
  • 1942 - American Indians Become Heroes in WWII
AIA-007 $25.00/yr
American Indian Renaissance
  • 1969 - N. Scott Momaday Wins Pulitzer Prize
  • 1970 - John Echohawk Founds NARF
  • 1973 - Second Battle of Wounded Knee t
  • 1977 - Velarde and Martinez Found the Modern American Indian Art Movement
  • 1985 - Wilma Mankiller Becomes Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation
  • 2002 - Dr. Frank Dukepoo Joins Einstein on Ithaca's Science Center Wall of Inspiration
  • 2007 - Jana Mashonee Is Nominated for a Grammy
AIA-008 $25.00/yr