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IndigMapNetwork on YouTube

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Last Updated on Monday, 12 January 2009 10:32

Indigenous Mapping Network currently has nineteen videos on Youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/indigmapnetwork

The video collection started after attending an "Indigenous Planning" conference in Anchorage, Alaska, and wanting a place to share them. Several more await upload from the same conference as well as others attended since then.

Video recommendations or additions welcomed include those created from working with or participating in Indigenous-informed map making / planning events - events may include maps created by thought, performance, material, or through the use of GIS. Also, may feature individual or programs that work with or is interested in mapping Indigenous land rights issues. Feel free to subscribe, suggest, contribute videos or links. For more info, contact rose AT indigenousmapping.net

 

Coast Salish: Tribal Canoe Journey for Troubled Sea

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 September 2008 12:38 Written by Rosemarie McKeon

Tribal Canoe Journey for Troubled Sea: Part 1

The Coast Salish: Tribal Canoe Journey for Troubled Sea covers the Coast Salish Tribal Nation have partnered during the annual Tribal Canoe Journey to study and help improve resources of the Salish Sea.Released on August 06, 2008, this first episode in the Corecast Tribal Journey series examines the new partnership between the USGS (Department of the Interior) and Coast Salish people. Host: Jennifer LaVista | Videographer: Don Becker, Jennifer LaVista

Tribal Canoe Journey for Troubled Sea: Part 2 

Released August 19, 2008, the last episode in the Corecast Tribal Journey series for 2008.

The USGS and the Coast Salish Tribal Nation have partnered during the annual Tribal Canoe Journey to study and help improve resources of the Salish Sea. The journey this year has ended, with 100 canoes landing in British Columbia, with 5 canoes carrying water quality probes. The canoe trip is ideal for checking water quality because there is no gas or oil left by the canoes, being manpowered.

The Salish have experienced a decrease in Salmon. It's anticipated that the water quality results will shed light on the reasons behind the decrease in the salmon population.

View the preliminary results and frequent updates at http://usgs.gov/coastsalish

 

Indigenous Native American Prophesy

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Sunday, 17 August 2008 18:18

Indigenous Native American Prophecy (Elders Speak part 1)

From an oversea's show, spliced to view the message from one elder. ...how America has come and is destined to go.
Tags: Native American, Indigenous, Hopi, Prophecy, Lakota, Floyd Red Crow, four corners, Indian, spiritual, water, Columbus

Indigenous Native American Prophecy (Elders Speak part 2)

From an oversea's show, spliced to view the message from another elder....talks 7th generation and America's forgotten responsibility.
Tags: Native American, Indigenous, Hopi, Prophecy, Lakota, four corners, Indian, Iroquois, leadership, 7th Generation

Indigenous Native American Prophecy (Elders Speak part 3)

From an oversea's show, spliced to view the message from another elder.
Tags: Native American, Indigenous, business, economics, resources, family, regeneration, natural law, Earth, moral question

Indigenous Native American Prophecy (Elders Speak part 4)

From an oversea's show, spliced to view the message from another 2 elders...
Tags: Native American, Indigenous, Hopi, Prophecy, Lakota, four corners, Indian, Iroquois, Onondaga, peace maker, fire keeper


Indigenous Native American Prophecy (Elders Speak part 5)

From an oversea's show, spliced to view the message from another 2 elders...
Tags: Native American, Indigenous, Hopi, Prophecy, Lakota, four corners, Indian, Iroquois, Aboriginal, all life, two laws, gold fever

   

Badlands Guardian: Satellite Imagery from Google Earth

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Written by Rosemarie McKeon Friday, 08 August 2008 15:38

Badlands Guardian the Mysterious Face on Google EarthLand formation found in 2006 by "Cheeseball84" (aka Supergranny), while playing around with Google Earth's satellite imagery layer. Supergranny is from Saskatchewan, Canada. She placed the resulting TV news broadcast online. The story was presented by Lynda Steele, Anchor/Senior Producer with Global Television News in Canada.

The appearance of the Indian head is actually a valley that is about 70 million years old. The head appears to be listening to an IPod, which is a recent addition of a road leading to a well. Supergranny says it "has become known as the Badlands Guardian. More info (about Badlands) here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Badlands."

"Mysterious Face" This story, originally aired in 2006 on CHAT-TV News Watch by Reporter Dale Hunter, is a ground level review of the "Mysterious Face" near "Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. The report was the winner of the RTNDA National- TV - short feature award for that year. 

 

Introduction to Human Geography

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Written by Rosemarie McKeon Friday, 08 August 2008 01:04

"An Introduction to Human Geography"

In 2007, while "AI3xxel" was a high school student, he created this excellent 3 1/2 min review about Human Geography. It includes a quick review of contemporary map making, GIS, and remote sensing.

The project met a requirement for his Information Technology in a Global Society course.

"..this video aims to enlighten the layperson on topics of Human Geography. It has eaten my soul, and this is one of the reasons I do not want to pursue a career in animation. Created in Adobe Flash 8 Pro. This is the final, heavily revised version, with better transitions, better syncing, and better flow. ". Well done!

   

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