A Native American Owned Corporation
The Romance of a Vanishing Race includes three historic motion pictures of American Indians and their life-style in the early 1900s. Featuring Tribal Chiefs who participated in the Last Great Indian Council and several who fought at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Originally produced on 35mm film, this priceless footage, recently discovered within the lost treasures of the National Archives is re-mastered to include an original music score and soundtrack to further preserve the Native American history and culture.
PROGRAM #1 – THE ROMANCE OF THE VANISHING RACE
A view of Indian life in the Southwest featuring Navajo, Pueblo, Crow, and Hopi tribes. . Released 1916. Running Time 29 minutes
PROGRAM #2 – RODMAN WANAMAKER EXPEDITION OF CITIZENSHIP TO THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN
Carrying the Flag and a Message of Hope to a Vanishing Race – Dr. Joseph Dixon explains the symbolism of the flag to numerous Indian tribes. Released 1913. Running Time 26 minutes
PROGRAM #3 – WINTER FARM LIFE ON A CROW RESERVATION
Shows reservation life including butchering a cow, raising a teepee, and ceremonies. Released 1921. Running Time 8 minutes
Steven R. Heape - Producer, Executive Producer
Chip Richie - Director, Producer
Sophia Pati - Narrator
Jay Adkins - Soundtrack
Running Time 63 Minutes. Rated for all ages.
Close Captioned. NTSC All Regions.
The Romance of
A Vanishing Race
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