Native-Americans and First Peoples Videos

For thousands of years before Europeans colonized the "New World," the land belonged to others. Who were those individuals now-known as "First Peoples" or "Native Americans?" How did they live? Where are they now?

Andrew Jackson (1829-1837) was America's seventh president.

What caused the conflict, known as the Battle of the Little Bighorn (or the Battle of the Greasy Grass), led by LTC George Custer and Crazy Horse?

Lewis and Clark remained friends until the end.

President Thomas Jefferson asked one of his key aides, twenty-eight-year-old Meriwether Lewis, to lead an expedition west - all the way to the "wester...

Despite dreadful conditions and too-few horses, Lewis & Clark reach the Great Falls on June 13, 1805. Sacagawea soon makes a remarkable discovery, lea...

As the Corps of Discovery pushed forward, into the heart of the Great Plains, the explorers saw "little toy dogs.

The Navajo people viewed their lands - including their mountains - as sacred.

Navajo children, today, still hear the stories about "The Long Walk" from their family members.

President Polk, believing in "Manifest Destiny," wanted to expand U.

When the Navajo refused to give up their homes and land, Kit Carson and his soldiers embarked on a "scorched earth" policy about a year before General...

The stories which the Navajo tell about "The Fearing Time" - as they made "The Long Walk" to the parched territory of Bosque Rodondo - are filled with...

Navajo oral history includes horrific stories about the people who were relocated to Bosque Rodondo.

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