"Indian Mainstream" depicts elders of the Karuk, Hupa, Tolowa and Yurok tribes of Northern California, as they work together to preserve a once-dying culture. The film llustrates canoe making, basketry, ceremonial dress, native tongue, social dancing, foods and village reconstruction.
COMPANY - Shenandoah Film Productions
PRODUCER - Vern R. Korb
RUN TIME - 27 minutes