GrandMother Kee - Keeper of the Drum

In this rare footage GrandMother Kee takes us on a journey about being the keeper of the drum, she also shares the "Drum Songs" a unique collection of Native American GrandMother Songs taught to her by her Elders and following tradition.

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GrandMother Kee - The Story of Singebiss

In this rare footage GrandMother Kee shares with us The Story of Shingebiss, The story of Shingebiss, is an Ojibwe (Native American) story of a little duck's trials and triumphs as it survives and gains the wisdom to life.

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Native Wisdom

Native Wisdom with Eagleman(Ed McGaa), an Ogalala Sioux and author of “Mother Earth Spirituality,” and “The Rainbow Tribe,” travels and lectures throughout the world. “I am a staunch believer in the teachings of the Sioux Prophet, Black Elk, as he said we must pass on the knowledge and wisdom of our people to all the people of the world.” This video introduces the viewer to the Lakota Sioux beliefs and spirituality. It also discusses the four directions and the six powers, which Eagleman demonstrates.

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Black Elk’s Prayer & Vision

Twenty years before the fall of the Sioux nation, a nine-year-old boy named Black Elk experienced a vision of “the six great powers” that guide the universe – and the future that would await his people. At the end of his life, it was his hope that all human beings might benefit from what he had learned. On Black Elk’s Prayer and Vision, historian Ed McGaa look back at the rich and fabled history of the Sioux people, and teaches what Black Elk foresaw in the future for our world.

Voices of the Wild: Animal Medicines and Wisdom

Jamie Sams is a best-selling Native American writer and artist of Cherokee, Seneca, and French Descent. For all the lovers of the Medicine Cards, here is the long awaited next step to understanding the Medicines, wisdom, and lessons of the animals world-wide. Since 1988, Jamie Sams has met with tribal Elders on six different continents and has collected the indigenous tribal understandings of what each animal teaches humankind. In simplicity and authenticity, she has given us another blue-print for understanding ourselves through the unspoken voices of the natural world.

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Mele Oli The Brothers Kanilau: Chants from Ancient Hawaii

Chant has been called the “soul of the Hawaiian people.” With no written language or history, the Hawaiians’ mele or chants served as vessels holding precious legends and wisdom for 100 generations. On Mele Oli, you will hear the best-loved chants of ancient Hawaii, handed down and preserved within one island family, masters of the mele form. Here are the 23 authentic chants that take us back to the dawn of Hawaiian culture, each one a treasure of exotic beauty and undeniable power.

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Track List:
1. Pupu We’uwe’u e Laka e!
2. He Pule Kuanhu
3. He Mele Komo
4. E Pele, E Pele
5. Aia la ‘O Pele I Hawaii
6. A Ko’olau ‘Au ‘Ike I Ka Ua
7. Aia I Waipi’o Paka’alana
8. Hanohano E Ka Uka I Pihanakalani
9. Kaulilua I Ke ‘Anu Wai’ale’ale
10. Maika’i Kaua’i Hemolele I Ka Malie
11. Au ‘a ‘la E Kama E Kona Moku
12. He Mele No Haumea

13. Mele ‘O Hana
14. Lili’u E Noho Nani Mai
15. ‘Eia Mai ‘Au ‘O Maklapua
16. He Mele Hulu No Kapi’olani I Mololani
17. Moloka’i Koa Upu’upe’i
18. He Mele No Halau ‘O Kaulana-Ka-Hale-Kula-O-Na-Pua-O-Ka-Aina
19. A Hilo ‘Au
20. ‘Ula Noweo
21. Kahi Kai A’o Mamala
22. Kona Kai ‘Opua I Ka La’i
23. He Wahi Ma’i No Iolani

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Native American Stories With Jim Gillihan DVD

Dr. Jim Gillihan, museum director at the University of South Dakota and the keeper of Sitting Bull's sacred ceremonial pipe, shares his stories of the traditions and spirituality of the South Dakota Sioux Nations as well as his own experiences with the physical healing power of Native American medicine men. Dr. Gillihan's life is deeply intertwined with his own Native American roots, traced back to the late 1700's

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Native American Stories Vol II With Jim Gillihan DVD

Dr. Jim Gillihan, museum director at the University of South Dakota and the keeper of Sitting Bull's sacred ceremonial pipe, shares his stories of the traditions and spirituality of the South Dakota Sioux Nations as well as his own experiences with the physical healing power of Native American medicine men. Dr. Gillihan's life is deeply intertwined with his own Native American roots, traced back to the late 1700's

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Native American Stories Vol III With Jim Gillihan DVD

Dr. Jim Gillihan, museum director at the University of South Dakota and the keeper of Sitting Bull's sacred ceremonial pipe, shares his story of the ceremonial pipe and its use and protocols as well as his stories with many of the Sioux Elders. Jim conveys his personal story of healing from cancer through pipe ceremony and prayer.

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Jim Gillihan at Bear Butte

Jim Gillihan, Keeper of Sitting Bull’s pipe, relates his experiences with the Sioux Nation. Their ceremonies and stories include those of sweat lodges, vision quest, pipe ceremony, healings, and Fool’s Crow walking through the mountain.

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Jim Gillihan Indian Stories
Program #1

Jim telling stories of Souix Medicine Men and healing. Short history of Bear Butte and old Souix stories. Receiving Sitting Bulls pipe from Fools Crow.

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Jim Gillihan Indian Stories
Program #2

Jim Gillihan introduces Godfrey Chip who tells stories of his family history, ceremonies, and beliefs.

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Jim Gillihan Indian Stories
Program #3

Jim Gillihan telling old Souix stories.

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Jim Gillihan Indian Stories
Program #4

Jim Gillihan talking about John Fire Lame Deer. Jim's vision quest and the Red Spotted Bead (Spider Medicine) and other stories.

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Red Leaf Takoja
Song of the Heartbeat

Virtually every event that brings people together in contemporary Native American society is cause for celebration - the celebration of life. In the very large majority of cases, music is the magnetizing element that brings hearts and minds together to celebrate life in all its depth and variety. This music performance video documents that celebration as it occured at three popular Native American social events, called pow-wows, in Denver, Colorado, Rosebud, South Dakota and Taos, New Mexico in the spring and summer of 1990 and 1991.

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