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Caption: Elaine Fleming
Riding the Leech Lake Nation, I came to Walker. The town of Walker was established in 1896. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 09:43
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Cass Lake was originally called Red Cedar Lake. The French has a post here in 1760. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 12:14
Caption: Elaine Fleming
The history of French and English colonization with the Leech Lake Nation began in the 1700’s. Our land bas and resources were their interests. Hos...

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 12:07
Caption: Elaine Fleming
A nation has 4 elements: language, government, land base and history. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 11:54
Caption: Elaine Fleming
The Chippewa National Forest occupies 75% of the Leech Lake Nation base. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 11:12
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Teddie Redwing was a foster child who was placed in foster care during the Termination Era. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 10:03
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Teddie Redwing and ICWA, Part II. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 11:53
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Teddie Redwing and ICWA, Part I. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 11:37
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Chippewa National Forest and Gifford Pincho. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 09:51
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Jim Bedeau remembers maple sugar and ricing camps. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 12:22
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Jim Bedeau, Born in 1939. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 11:22
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Jim Bedeau was born in 1939 during the Indian Recognition Era in Onigum. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 09:18
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Jim Bedeau, who grew up in the Onigum area, talked about how families supported themselves economically and how they fed themselves. Host: Elaine F...

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 12:27
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Iris Lyons Fairbanks was born in Devils Lake, North Dakota. When her mother dies of tuberculosis she was sent to live with her father in Onigum. Ho...

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 14:09
Caption: Elaine Fleming
George Thompson, born in Onigum in 1930 tells stories about Old Agency and New Agency, which was located in Onigum; established in 1900. Host: Elai...

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 10:39
Caption: Elaine Fleming
George Thompson was born May 26, 1930, 6 years after the 1924 Indian Citizenship Act was passed. He was a historian born in Onigum at the Indian Ho...

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 13:37
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Sue Marshall Anderson born in 1918, lived through the assimilation era, Indian reorganization era, termination era, and the self determination era...

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 13:16
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Sue Marshall Anderson was born in 1918 during the assimilation era. She attended school, 6-8 grade at the Turtle Lake School. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 13:28
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Sue Marshall Anderson was born in 1918 at Bear Island. her family’s 160 acre allotment was at Marshall Point. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 12:07
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Grandfather Teachings end with respect, love and wisdom. We are the shining people who live good lives through our teachings. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 13:03
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Grandfather Teachings begin with humility, truth, courage and honesty. These values were challenged because of historical trauma. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 12:02
Caption: Elaine Fleming
As European nations colonized the nations of the world, they developed international law. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 11:52
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Some people believe Federal Indian Law is based in racism and history. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 12:10
Caption: Elaine Fleming
In the 2010 Census, we find that the population of Cass Lake is 770. 67.9% of the population is Indigenous Americans. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 12:17
Caption: Elaine Fleming
Cass Lake village was established in 1898. Its economic bas was logging and tourism. Host: Elaine Fleming

  • Added: Jul 01, 2014
  • Length: 10:21