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Native America explores the world created by America’s First Peoples. The four part series reaches back 15,000 years to reveal massive cities aligned to the stars, unique systems of science and spirituality, and 100 million people connected by social networks spanning two continents.

Stories

October 22, 2018
We spent time with Red Eagle Soaring’s 2018 class, documenting their two-...
October 16, 2018
With 29 federally recognized tribes in Washington state, and several more that...

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Specials

Today the image of Indians on horseback is iconic. But Native Americans never set eyes on...
At the beginning of time when all was in darkness, the gods gathered in Teotihuacan....
The Qorikancha is closely associated with the Inca origin story. Located at the center of...
Across the eastern United States and Canada there are over 10,000 sacred mounds. Choctaw...
The Hiawatha wampum belt tells the story of the Haudenosaunee’s legendary founding and...
Many Native American peoples share a belief that they emerged from the earth. For the...


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At the intersection of Native knowledge and modern scholarship is a new vision of America.

Upcoming Episodes

Tue 10/23, 9:00pm
From Caves to Cosmos

Combine ancient wisdom and modern science to answer a 15,000-year-old question: who were America’s First Peoples? The answer hides in Amazonian cave paintings, Mexican burial chambers, New Mexico’s Chaco Canyon and waves off California’s coast....

Wed 10/24, 1:00pm
From Caves to Cosmos

Combine ancient wisdom and modern science to answer a 15,000-year-old question: who were America’s First Peoples? The answer hides in Amazonian cave paintings, Mexican burial chambers, New Mexico’s Chaco Canyon and waves off California’s coast....

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