Stunning Indian Wedding Priya + Mohit – Greensboro NC



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The Amazing Indian Wedding of Priya and Mohit took place in Greensboro, North Carolina at the Grandover Resort.
Enjoy this Traditional Hindu Multi-Day Wedding full of adventure and joy!

Pre-Ceremony Events took place in New Jersey and North Carolina.
The Graha Shanti and other ceremonies were ritual-rich celebrations,
followed by the Mehndi, Sangeet and Garba that were beautiful,
elaborate, lots of fun and dancing with close friends and family!

Filmed by Creative Touch Films
Cinematography – Weddings
CreativeTouchFilms.com
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Visit the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center!



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Gateway to the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico

• Traditional Native Dances
• Native Art Demonstrations
• Exhibition Galleries
• Pueblo Harvest Café
• Shumakolowa Gift Shop
• Weekly Pueblo Tours
• Museum & Family Programs
• Indian Art Markets
General Information
The environment at IPCC provides a peaceful respite for visitors. Centrally located in Albuquerque, near the intersection of I-40 and I-25, the IPCC is the perfect starting point for a journey into Pueblo Culture….

Hours:

Cultural Center & Museum: Mon-Sun, 9a-5p Closed major holidays.
Shumakolowa Gifts: Mon-Sun, 9a-5:30p Closed major holidays.
Pueblo Harvest Cafe: Mon – Thur 8a – 8:30p | Fri & Sat 8a — 9p | Sun (Brunch) 8a — 4p

My Soul Got Another Dip – Indian Creek Youth & Children’s Choir, Huntsville AL



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Indian Creek PB Church (ICPBC) 2012 Youth & Children’s “Throwback” Concert: Just a “snippet” of what this group of youth and young adults gave on Sunday!

Choir Directors: Cierra Green and LaTorria Parker
Guest Director: Shawnie Ingram (this song)
Lead Vocalist: C. C. Pair
Musicians: Organ – Min. Antone Jones, Keys – Michael Richardson, Bass – Roy Gaiter, Drums – Damian “Yogi” Figures
Guest musicians: Guitar – Mark Copeland and Percussion – Lloyd Wrigth

Montana Mosaic 6: Federal Indian Policy



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This 19-minute video examines the changes in federal government policy toward American Indians in the second half of the twentieth century. Focusing on the story of one particular family, the video looks at the relocation program of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the effects the relocation program had on American Indian identity. The video touches on the events surrounding and leading up to the formation of the American Indian Movement along with the movement’s goals. Interviewees talk about their continuing commitment to shape the federal policy and to regain control over their tribe’s futures.

WEST PHOENIX GHETTOS – 27TH AVE / INDIAN SCHOOL RD



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*WATCH IN HD*
Please comment any requests of footage you’d like to see within the Phoenix jurisdiction. This particular area consists of one of the highest crime rates within Phoenix. Time stamp of footage is incorrect. All footage is uploaded one day after it is recorded. Enjoy the footage.

Maricopa, Bapchule, Gila River Indian Reservation to Sacaton on Casa Blanca Rd, 30 July 18 GP040446



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Maricopa, Bapchule to Sacaton on Casa Blanca Road, 30 July 2018 Gila River Indian Reservation, GP040446
0:00:02 30 July 2018, Maricopa, Arizona
0:00:17 AZ-347, John Wayne Parkway
0:00:24 SR 347
0:00:46 Rancho El Dorado
0:03:21 Casa Blanca Rd
0:04:45 Bayers Crop Science, 890 Power Rd, Bapchule, AZ 85121 cropscience.bayer.com (520) 315-9464
0:08:19 Gopher Road
0:08:50 Field Rd
0:09:20 Horseshoe Rd
0:09:44 Irrigation
0:09:49 Wilson, Utility Line Workers
0:09:56 Vah-Ki Rd
0:10:12 Cemetery
0:10:32 Ruins Rd
0:11:16 Orchard Rd
0:11:17 Gila River Indian Reservation, Gila River, AZ
0:11:52 Casa Blanca Community School, 3455 Casa Blanca Rd, Bapchule, AZ 85121 cbcschools.com (520) 315-3489
0:11:59 District 5 Multi Service Center, 3456 W Casa Blanca Rd, Bapchule, AZ 85121 gilariver.org (520) 315-3441
0:12:59 St Peters Rd
0:14:00 Snakehill Rd
0:14:32 Casa Blanca Market, 2577 Casa Blanca Rd, Bapchule, AZ 85121
0:14:35 US Post Office
0:14:36 Chevron, 2577 Casa Blanca Rd, Bapchule, AZ 85121 chevronwithtechron.com (520) 315-3880
0:15:40 I-10
0:15:44 AZ-587
0:16:08 Casa Blanca Rd
0:17:48 Irrigatioin
0:17:52 Gasline Rd
0:19:11 John Deere Proving Grounds Sacaton, Gila River, AZ
0:19:13 John Deere, 1465 Casa Blanca Rd, Arizona 85247
0:21:32 Bluebird Rd
0:21:43 Hospital, Police
0:22:14 Ocotillo Dr
0:22:31 Land Use Planning & Zoning, Casa Blanca Rd, Sacaton, AZ 85247 (520) 562-6236
0:23:21 Mathew B. Juan – Ira H. Hayes – Veterans Memorial Park, Voak Dr, Sacaton, AZ 85147 irahayespost84.org (520) 562-8484
0:23:40 76, HWY 7 & Pima RD, Sacaton, AZ 85247 76.com (520) 562-3761
0:24:17 St Anthony’s Catholic Mission, 126 Church St, Sacaton, AZ 85147
0:24:192 Saint Anthony Church Mission, Sacaton Rd, Sacaton, AZ 85147 diocesephoenix.org
0:25:162 Hospital, Police

St. John’s Methodist & Indian Hills Country Club {Kansas City wedding video}



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We’ve had the pleasure of filming two weddings in Kansas City this year, and having not been there since college, I was reminded of how much I love this place. In talking with Emily and Michael before their wedding, they expressed their own love for their city, its skyline, and its many fountains. Sitting atop their list of favorite things, though, is the Kansas State Wildcats. (So it was fitting that Willie the Wildcat made an appearance at the reception) I think the only thing that tops their love for K-State, is their love for one another.

THE TEAM:
Cinematography | PenWeddings
Photography | Rebecca Peters Photography
Ceremony Venue | St. John’s United Methodist Church
Reception Venue | Indian Hills Country Club
Florals | Gregory’s Fine Floral
DJ/MC | Encore Elite Entertainment
Hair stylist | Julie Strom
Makeup artist | Alexia Culton

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Documentary 2015 | THE AMERICAN INDIAN WARS – LONGEST RUNNING WAR IN US HISTORY



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The American Indian Wars, or Indian Wars, were the multiple conflicts between American settlers or the United States government and the native peoples of North America from the time of earliest colonial settlement until 1924 (Wikipedia)
My Documentaries:

America’s Great Indian Nations – Full Length Documentary – 3689



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This is the first comprehensive history of six great Indian nations, dramatically filmed on location at their native tribal lands across America, using reenactments, archival footage, maps and original music. The story of the Iroquois, Seminole, Shawnee, Navajo, Cheyenne, and Lakota Sioux nations unfolds in their struggle to protect their lands, cultures, and freedoms. “Stirring reenactments.” – Booklist Magazine.

“Shooting Back: New Frontiers in the Indian Image Wars”



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Rayna Green, Curator and Director of the American Indian Program,
Division of Home and Community Life, National Museum of American
History, Smithsonian Institution Co-sponsored by the Native American
Program, the Hood Museum of Art, and the Dartmouth Centers Forum.

Location: Arthur M. Loew Auditorium

Cherokee, North Carolina, Part 1, Oconaluftee Indian Village, HD, 5-12-2012



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Part 1 of 3, The Oconaluftee Indian Village in Cherokee, North Carolina is a replica of an 18th century Eastern Cherokee Community. “The Living Museum” is operated by The Cherokee Historical Association. Guides take visitors through the village explaining the history and culture of the Cherokee and also demonstrate the making of idems such as arrowheads, baskets and blowguns.
The Eastern Band Members are primarily from Cherokee who did not participate in the “Trail of Tears” to Indian Territory (now Oklahoma)