Miwok 2

Note: This film could be listed under "Pomo," or "Paiute" categories because there is so much information about Pomo and Paiute basket designs and subsistence practices throughout. Yosemite Indians identify and have been identified as both Miwok and Paiute.

Mendo Lake 2

Establishing shot:
Named locations:
Lake Mendocino, California State University, East Bay.
Major themes covered: 
Native American Senior Day at Mendo Lake; Pomo chanting and dancing; Pomo ceremonial dress; Mendo Lake Pomo Council; Elsie Allen; cultural revitalization within the Pomo community; Nelson Hopper; shamanism; Pomo diet; Pomo subsistence and language; academic interest in Pomo culture and language.
Native activities shown:  

Mendo Lake 1

Establishing shot:
Named locations:
Mendo Lake (Lake Mendocino), Coyote Dam, Ukiah (CA), the Russian River, Coyote Valley, Willits (CA), Redwood Forest.
Major themes covered:  discuss the art and culture of Pomo Indians
Native activities shown:  
Individuals Named:
Elsie Allen, Angie Campbell, Grandma Molly and Grandma Lucy (other names are mentioned but they are barely audible)
Native language spoken:
Audible?  silent
Noteworthy elements:  
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