American Indian: How He Earns a Living, The
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American Indian: How He Earns a Living, The is a short film from ca. 1930s released on 16mm. It is held in the Prelinger Archives collection.
Salmon fishing, probably at Celilo Falls, Oregon
|American Indian: How He Earns a Living, The|
Film begins with title card taking a dismissive view of Native American technology
Native Americans involved in agriculture.
Hop picking in Washington state.