Song of the Indian: Manabozho, The God of Light or Trickster-Hero the Chippewa, Fall 1977
Song of the Indian: Manabozho, The God of Light or Trickster-Hero the Chippewa, produced byDavis Britton,ispart of a series of programs discussing the thought,philosophy, and music of Native Americans throughinformative narratives andexamples of music. This specific program presents threestories from the Chippewa people about the religious figure Manabozho, Fall 1977. (Portions of this description were derived from the original NFCB Program Service Catalog.)
- Fall 1977
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