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Title
L.A. County Natural History Museum American 20th Annual Indian Festival and Market
Alternative Title
Indian Festival '92 Tape #1
Date Created and/or Issued
1992-03
Contributing Institution
Research Library, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
Collection
California Revealed from Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
Rights Information
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Description
Footage of museum-goers at the 20th Annual American Indian Festival and Market inside the Museum in March 1992. Close-up footage of Native American woman weaving on loom. Other artisans showing their wares, such as painted pottery, jewelry, and drums. Some are also demonstrating their techniques. Discusses plans for future development of the site.
Type
moving image
Format
Color
Sound
U-matic
Extent
1 Tape of 1
Identifier
calanhm_000023
Language
English
Provenance
Natural History Museum Los Angeles County
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