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Naturally Native(1998)

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  • Naturaly Native

    • Robert Finley
    • 5/26/10

    Finally, a movie about Native Americans that is true and factual. Not Hollywood make believe. My ancestors, from both sides of my family, came to the Colonies in the early 1700"s. They came from Scotland, Ireland and Great Britain. I know that many of my ancestors were just as anti Native American as most of the early settlers became. I also know that many of my ancestors became well aquainted with many of the different tribes and were very supportive and had a deep respect for the Native Americans.As a child growing up I was deeply fascinated about the American Native peoples and read all of the materials I could find about the cultures, religious beliefs, history, etc.Fortunately the Heard Museum in Phoenix, the county and city libraries had a fairly extensive collection of materials I could study.As a result I developed a deep respect for the Native Americans and all they have contributed to the American cullture. Few people including the American Natives have little knowledge of the tremendous, positive influence they have had.I would hope that TCM would help develop and build a broader and better knowledge of all of our native peoples; where they have come from, what they have had to endure and where they find themselves today. Not Hollywood myth, but actual history.I shall stop here as I could keep on writing more, but this is enough for now.

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