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Title Honorable nations [videorecording].

Published New York, N.Y. : Filmakers Library, [1993?]
LOCATION CALL # STATUS
 Law media - Reserve  E99.S3 H666 1993 VHS     AVAILABLE
Descript 1 videocassette (54 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Note VHS.
Narrator: W.S. Merwin.
Produced and written by Chana Gazit, David Steward ; photographer/editor: David Steward.
Originally broadcast on the television series: Point of view.
Summary For 99 years, the residents of Salamanca, N.Y. have rented the land under their homes for an average of $1.00 a year from the Seneca Indians, under the terms of a lease imposed by Congress. Now the lease is about to expire. This film is about the conflict of the survival of the town and justice for the Senecas.
Note Winner, American Indian Film & Video Competition, 1992; Honorable mention, American Film & Video Festival, 1992.
Subject Videorecording
Seneca Indians -- Government relations.
Seneca Indians -- Claims.
Seneca Indians -- Land tenure.
Land tenure -- New York (State) -- Salamanca.
Documentary films.
Salamanca (N.Y.) -- History.
Other Author Steward, David.
Gazit, Chana.
Filmakers Library, inc.
Other Title Subtitle on container: Seneca's land rights
Point of view (Television program)