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Lower Sioux 1

Establishing shot: Albert Prescott sitting in a lawn chair outside on the Lower Sioux Indian Community reservation

Named locations: Lower Sioux Indian Community; Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community; Morton, Minnesota, USA; Pipestone, Minnesota, USA; the Brickyard and the Quarry on the reservation where many worked.

Tourist Film, 1936

Establishing shot: Navajo woman sitting at a large loom, her back to the camera, working on a blanket. On screen left a figure can be seen sitting against a tree.
Named locations: Continental Divide, "America's Backbone" Elevation 8300 feet, 11 miles from Navajo Lodge [sign]; Petrified Forest [sign];  Forest Lodge Hotel [sign]; Painted Desert [sign]; Black Petrified Forest [sign]; Trail to [Walnut Canyon] Cliff Dwellings [sign].
Major themes covered: A tourist vacation in Navajo country.