Delaware Indian Village Exhibit
Video about the life of a Delaware Indian boy. Original exhibit displayed at The State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
On First Pennsylvanians: The Archaeology of Native Americans in Pennsylvania
Kurt Carr speaks about his motivation behind the book and what readers will find once they turn the first page.
Kristin Lapos of The Museum of Indian Culture in Allentown demonstrates the #NativeAmerican hunting
Kristin Lapos of The Museum of Indian Culture in Allentown demonstrates the #NativeAmerican hunting at-latl
By: Brian Bingaman
Published on: July 31, 2014
Full Episode 1/4 American Indian Cultures
This interactive discussion addresses contemporary perceptions of American Indians and discusses American Indian culture from the perspective of those who live it.
Native Americans of the Lenape Tribe were among the first inhabitants of Pennsylvania, but conflicts over land would later arise with white settlers. James Lone Bear Revey and archaeologists speak about the Lenape and their struggles.
Native American Roasting Ears of Corn Festival - America for Kids!
Annual 'Roasting Ears of Corn' festival in honor of the culture of Native Americans (aka American Indians), held at the Museum of Indian Culture in Allentown, Pennsylvania, during the weekend of August 19 & 20, 2017.
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Taping Promo American Indian Cultures
PCN and the Pennsylvania Humanities Council invite you along for the ride with Humanities on the Road.
Join us as the University of Pennsylvania Museum in Philadelphia hosts American Indian Cultures in the 21st Century featuring scholar John Sanchez addressing contemporary perception of American Indians and culture from the perspective of those who live it on Thursday, June 3rd at 5:30pm.
And dont miss Humanities on the Road premiering this fall on PCN!
How Maryland Lost Land to Pennsylvania and Delaware
A video explaining the history of Maryland's border loss to Pennsylvania and Delaware, and how these three colonies formed and shaped each other.
Campbell, Joseph Andrew. Genealogical Account of the Ancestors in America of Joseph Andrew Kelly Campbell and Elizabeth Edith Deal (His Wife). Privately Printed, 1921.
Doutrich, Paul. CRESAP'S WAR: EXPANSION AND CONFLICT IN
THE SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Accessed 2019.
Jordan, Louis. “A Brief Outline of the History of New Netherland.” A Brief Outline of the History of New Netherland, coins.nd.edu/ColCoin/ColCoinIntros/NNHistory.html.
The Federal and State Constitutions Colonial Charters, and Other Organic Laws of the States, Territories, and Colonies Now or Heretofore Forming the United States of America
Compiled and Edited Under the Act of Congress of June 30, 1906 by Francis Newton Thorpe
“First Settlement.” PENNSYLVANIA-GERMAN SOCIETY: Proceeding and Addresses at Philadelphia, Pa;, October 17, ... 1913 (Classic Reprint), by PENNSYLVANIA-GERMAN SOCIETY, FORGOTTEN Books, 2016, pp. 50–65.
Washington, DC : Government Printing Office, 1909.
Shaler, John. “PHMC Pennsylvania Charter.” Pennsylvania Charter | PHMC > Our Documentary Heritage, 2015, phmc.state.pa.us/portal/communities/documents/1681-1776/pennsylvania-charter.html.
“Chapter 4.” FRONTIER COUNTRY: the Politics of War in Early Pennsylvania, by PATRICK SPERO, UNIV OF PENNSYLVANIA PR, 2018.
Memory Town PA
Native American Dance
Native American Pride in Pennsylvania
Last weekend's 12th annual New Faces of Ancient People: Traditional American Indian Pow-Wow celebrated traditional Native American cultural, heritage, and spirituality. Centre Country Report's Brian Hoyson has the story.
Adena indian Culture (700BC approx) general overview.
The Adena Indian culture was primarily in the Ohio,Indiana,West Virginia,Kentucky,Pennsylvania areas associated with the Ohio River Valley and linked tributaries. although not the earliest moundbuilders they were among the first to begin making elaborate earthworks using sacred geometric patterns. The culture flourished in Ohio because of the numerous ecosystems-wetland,hills,navigable rivers etc. and plenty of accessable resources such as flint and woodlands. The Hopewell culture which came after the Adena is seen as a gradual transition of the same nature worshipping cultures with more elaborate geometric earthworks. It is believed that the Hopewell mound groups were made by different tribal cults and were in competition with each other to some extent , although to what degree one could not speculate due to no written or archaeological evidence.
Native American Festival
Native American Festival
Indian Steps Museum
205 Indian Steps Rd, Airville, PA 17302, USA
Wonderful Native American Festival celebration of Native American Arts, Culture and Music with great FOOD, FUN and ENTERTAINMENT right at our historic and renowned Indian Steps Museum located in Airville, Pennsylvania! You’ll see & hear authentic Drumming that includes the Native American dance circle with unique opportunities being offered for audience participation in these events, too! You do not want to miss it!
Many Traders, Craftsmen, and Demonstrators offering their authentic handmade Native items such as Jewelry, Art, Books, Furs, Basketry, and Pottery.
Plenty of food to enjoy that includes: BBQ chicken, local Lions Club hot dogs, burgers, and fries. Plus, you’ll absolutely want to try Ruby’s Fabulous Frybread!
We are a family-friendly event, so bring everyone! You may want to bring some chairs or a blanket since seating is limited.
Donation is $5.00 per person at the gate, which includes admission to the museum.
Museum of Indian Arts & Culture
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Powwow in Allentown, PA 08-18-2012
32nd Year Anniversary Roasting Ears of Corn Festitival at the Museum of Indian Culture, in Allentown ,PA
Fall of the Susquehannock Indians
I made a documentary detailing the demise of the Susquehannock Indians. This was my first attempt at a film.
Iroquois- Native Peoples of the Woodlands
Glimpses of Life Among the Catawba and Cherokee Indians of the Carolinas (1927)
Title cards are off-center (parallax problems at time of filming)Note that reel two with the Cherokee is not in this transfer.
United States -- North and South Carolina.
Notes from From Wes Taukchiray report to the Smithsonian in 1974/5 -
Children line up to go into school building, snowball fight. Sam Blue and another Catawba man doing the bear dance. Another dance called the wild goose chase. Bow and arrow. Rabbit hopping away.
Long close-up of Elsie Blue (Youngest daughter of Chief Sam Blue).
Close up of Bertha George Harris and Evelyn Brown.
Snowballs. More close-ups -- Vera Blue and girl, Elsie Blue again, Sam Blue's wife Louisa Blue.
Sam Blue and his half-sister Sally Gordon (the last two speakers of the Catawba language at that time).
Sam Blue and a Mormon elder in front of house.
Edith Brown and Evelyn Brown.
Man with blowgun. D.A. Harris.
Joe Sanders; with a blowgun; he goes up a hill.
Blowing medicine through a cane blowgun onto a little girl.
Edith Brown making pottery (all the steps), a hog comes up and sniffs around. She has a couple of very large amphora vases. Joe Sanders pounding clay with a pestle.
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Samuel Taylor Blue (1872-1959)
Elsie Blue George (1914 -)
Bertha George Harris (1913-)
Evelyn Brown George (1914-2007) We also interviewed her shortly before her death.
Vera Blue Sanders (1901-1981)
Louisa Canty Blue (1883-1963)
Sallie Brown Gordon (1875-1952)
Edith Harris Brown (1893-1985)
David Adam Toad Harris (1872-1930)
Joseph Sanders (1892-1938)
Grand Entry at the 38th annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival
The Grand Entry opens the 38th annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival on Aug. 18, 2018, at the Museum of Indian Culture, 2825 Fish Hatchery Road in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The celebration of American Indian tradition continues Sunday, Aug. 19, with the Grand Entry at noon each day. (Kurt Bresswein | For lehighvalleylive.com)
German Migration: Settlement and Culture in Colonial America by Dr. Aaron Fogleman
German Migration: Settlement and Culture in Colonial America
Dr. Aaron Fogleman, Professor, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL
Art in Clay Symposium, April 15-16, 2011
Old Salem Museums & Gardens
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
How to make and play the Native American deer button game
Native Americans, like the Lenape, who inhabited eastern Pennsylvania, enjoyed games of chance. One of their games was the deer button game, explained here by Cherie Trimble, museum educator with the State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg.