We welcome you to the 26th annual American Indian Heritage Celebration!
Enjoy videos made or selected by some of North Carolina’s recognized tribes and urban organizations, as well as videos from the North Carolina Museum of History about our state’s American Indian communities.
Coharie Indian Tribe. 2 min.
North Carolina Museum of History. 10 mins. Students discover fact and fiction about North Carolina American Indians.
North Carolina Museum of History, 76 min.
Haliwa Saponi Indian Tribe. 6 min. Producer/Videographer/Editor - Brooks Bennett
Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina, 4 minutes
Meherrin Indian Nation. 8 min. Narrated by Acting Tribal Chief, Jon Caudill; Filmed and Composed by Linwood Hall
Guilford Native American Association. 4 min.
North Carolina Museum of History. 48 min. Insights, artifacts, and history of North Carolina American Indians.
Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation. 8 min. Yellow Shark Media. Produced for the Orange County Historical Museum in Orange County, North Carolina.
North Carolina Museum of History, 23 min.
The Sappony. 10 min. Dr. Stan Knick; John Kincheloe; Dante Desiderio, Dorothy Stewart Crowe, Otis Martin, Charlene Martin, Julia Martin Phipps; Teryn Brewington, Lance Stewart, Kara Stewart.
Waccamaw-Siouan Indian Tribe. 1 min.
North Carolina Museum of History. 56 min. 14,000 years of history. American Indians in NC.
Triangle Native American Society. 10 min.
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians; Produced by the Atlanta Braves. 6 min.