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The Cherokee language
Excerpt about the Cherokee language from the documentary Voices of North Carolina, produced by Neal Hutcheson and the North Carolina Language and Life Project. This video is one in a series that also includes: African...
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Digging and screening plowed soil
Video of students digging and screening plowed soil at an archaeological dig at Occaneechi Town, near Hillsborough, North Carolina.
Format: video/video
Lumbee English 1
First of two sets of excerpts about Lumbee English and Lumbee identity from the documentary film Indian by Birth: The Lumbee Dialect, produced by Neal Hutcheson and the North Carolina Language and Life Project. For more excerpts from Indian...
Format: video/video
Lumbee English 2
Second of two sets of excerpts about Lumbee English and Lumbee identity from the documentary film Indian by Birth: The Lumbee Dialect, produced by Neal Hutcheson and the North Carolina Language and Life Project. For more excerpts from Indian...
Format: video/video
Students excavate a refuse-filled pit at Occaneechi Town
Video of students excavating a refuse-filled pit at an archaeological dig at Occaneechi Town, near Hillsborough, North Carolina.
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Students waterscreen soil from an archaeological feature
Video of students waterscreening soil from an archaeological feature at Occaneechi Town, near Hillsborough, North Carolina.
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Trawick Ward explains ancient pits
Video of archaeologist Trawick Ward at Occaneechi Town explaining why ancient pits were dug and refilled.
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Troweling the subsoil surface
Video of students troweling the subsoil surface at an archaeological dig at Occaneechi Town, near Hillsborough, North Carolina.
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