The following video collection has been assembled to help further understanding of the Native American perspective and the Black Hawk War in Utah.
Christian Doctrine of Discovery: Steve Newcomb, Part One
Christian Doctrine of Discovery: Steve Newcomb, Part Two
Steven Newcomb Delivers Keynote on Original Nations and Peoples at 2015 Parliament
Published on Feb 2, 2016 Steven Newcomb, Author of Pagans in the Promised Land: Decoding the Doctrine of Christian Discovery" addresses the Spotlight of Indigenous Peoples plenary at the 2015 Parliament of the World's Religions in Salt Lake City, Utah on October 19th.
THE BLACK HAWK WAR: UTAH'S FORGOTTEN TRAGEDY
Researched and produced by Phillip B Gottfredson
Tribal identity is absolutely crucial in our understanding of the Black Hawk War in Utah, yet it remains the least understood topic causing inaccuracies in our histories leading to baseless conclusions and false assumptions. Historians mistakenly identify the Snake-Shoshone Timpanogos Nation as being Ute. This is a common mistake most all historian's have made. The Utes, during the time of the Black Hawk War occupied their ancestral land in Colorado, and it was not until the Removal Act of 1881, following the Meeker Massacre, eleven years after the Black Hawk War ended, when the Colorado Utes were forced on to the Uinta Valley Reservation in Utah that had been set aside by President Abraham Lincoln for the "Indians of Utah," namely the Timpanogos who have occupied the land since time immemorial, on October 3, 1861. The Snake-Shoshone-Timpanogos, aka. Timpanogos, did not come from Colorado. The Snake Shoshone origins are found in Oregon. This film was never completed because of this inaccuracy. (Read more: Utah's Timpanogos and Ute Tribe Origins)
The Bear River Massacre 1863 - Will Bagley
US Guilty of Genocide - Video
Russell Means: Welcome to the American Reservation Prison Camp
FIRST NATIONS ( LAKOTA PEOPLE ) ♥ Heartbreaking ♥
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"Native American Indian Protocols"
Essential for those who are teachers and educators, or if you have a Indian friend.