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The informative and engaging DVD tells the story of the relationship between the Cherokee, the second largest tribe in North America, and the plants that are part of their world. The DVD features vivid imagery of the eastern forests and meadows in which they collect plants for food, clothing, housing, and medicine. A valuable resource for American Indian studies in elementary, middle, and high school curricula. Teachers and outdoor educators will be fascinated by this well-researched DVD that blends botanical knowledge with the lives of the Cherokee.