Multimedia Collection

As Long as the Rivers Run

DVD
62 min
1971
E78 .N77 A7 2006 DVD

Traces the struggle of the American Indians of the Northwest to maintain their fishing rights and way of life. Points out that this struggle is part of a larger movement for Indian self-determination in California and the Northwest, including the formation of fishing cooperatives to gain economic independence.

Narration spoken by Semu Huaute.

Produced by Survival of American Indians Association ; film maker, Carol Burns.

Distributed by Carol M. Burns.

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