1. A Day In the Life with Slider the Mascot

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    from Nathaniel Cline Added 2 0 0

    Northeast Ohio Media Group reporter presents a day in the life of Cleveland Indians mascot Slider. Featured on Cleveland.com

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    • Aztec Ruins National Monument

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      Located In New Mexico. Take a quick tour of this national treasure.

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      • Happy 3rd Birthday, Linas!

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        from Olesja Mueller Added 10 0 0

        Linas' 3rd Birthday Party, hosted by www.LittleHorseonthePrairie.com

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        • Our Camp Trip 2015

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          from Raja R Added

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          • GHOSTS ALAGOAS PHOTOSHOOTING - Cumbia version

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            from Ber Arce Added 284 22 1

            Still Photography for the videoclip Ghosts of Alagoas, reproduced as a sequence, directed and produced by Dvein. Check the real video here: https://vimeo.com/132071668 Directed and Produced by Dvein in association with BlinkInk and Stink Paris Production: Marga Sardà Badia Art Direction: Anna Colomer Costume Designer: Renée Jablonski Hair & Make-up: Núria Céspedes Cast Keops Guerrero, Syrah Heinze, Claudio Rojas, Sofía Flores, Luzmila Castillo, Adrià Chávez, Laura Chávez, Juan Carlos Chávez, Leila Nicol, Paulina Jiménez, Fabiola Jiménez, Ricardo Flores, Samuel Flores, Oscar A. Miranda, Alejandro Díaz, Rafael Escobar, Jorge Carbajal, Rómulo Lifoncio, Jordan Lifoncio, Paulina Martínez, Yanina Paola Ychpas, Emerson Blanco, Roberto Yandura, Nelson Luís Martínez

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            • The History of the USA - Trailer

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              from Anne Roerkohl dokumentARfilm Added

              Official Trailer for the DVD productions "The History of the USA I - 'We the people' - The USA and the Path to Global Power 1607-1900" and "The History of the USA II - 'We the people' - The USA as a Global Power in the 20th Century" See more clips referred to history of the USA on our channel: vimeo.com/channels/historyusa Are you interested in any of our films or textbooks? Write us a mail at: info@dokumentarfilm.com Further Information can be found on: www.dokumentarfilm.com/en

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              • CUSCO - The Hunt - Nature, Spirit And Pride

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                from Engel Spracht Added 16 0 0

                Apurimac III: Nature, Spirit And Pride Records - Higher Octave Music - 1997 Michael Holm & Kristian Schultze Website official of CUSCO http://www.lucille.de/html/cusco.html The American bison (Bison bison), also commonly known as the American buffalo, is a North American species of bison that once roamed the grasslands of North America in massive herds. Their historical range roughly comprised a triangle between the Great Bear Lake in Canada's far northwest, south to the Mexican states of Durango and Nuevo León, and east to the Atlantic Seaboard of the United States (nearly to the Atlantic tidewater in some areas) from New York to Georgia. The Bisons are herbivores, grazing on the grasses and sedges of the North American prairies. Their daily schedule involves two-hour periods of grazing, resting and cud chewing, then moving to a new location to graze again. White bison are considered sacred by many Native Americans. In the same way that the bull is the star of the Mediterranean culture, the American Bison, called buffalo, was the center of the ceremonial and everyday life for American Indians. For these Native Americans, the Buffalo meant plenty. It depended and extracted necessary for sustenance, clothing and housing. All the animal took advantage. Sitting Bull, Buffalo Bill, Bison Macho, etc. Heads of Indian tribes know many legends, carrying his name because for these companies was a real honor to take a symbol that displayed their same force. They were about to hunt and when glimpsed a herd of buffalo, the Indians could kill them all in less than fifteen minutes. First they pursued the large herd and after that, Indian, usually on horseback, he selected the animal he wanted to kill, separated him from the rest as he could, entering with his horse in the herd and forcing himself so he could approach this without the danger of being trampled to death. The Indian made this practice their daily life and sports entertainment. Despite being very noisy and dangerous even for the animals themselves running around a circle of panic. Once dead, the Indian women gathered his skin in the same place. The meat as much as his skin had the tribe and then take advantage, although having to transport these enormous amounts of meat and skins as heavy posed difficulties. The thick and sturdy old buffalo skin was used to make shields placed at the entrance of their homes and for carrying winter moccasins.

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                • Woodlands and High Plains Powwow 2014 Highlights

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                  Dancing Highlights From The Spring 2014 Woodlands and High Plains Powwow (Minnesota State University Moorhead Hosted That Year). Song: General Generations: A Tribe Called Red http://atribecalledred.com

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                  • Monument Valley from the vistors center

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                    from Christopher Trott Added 26 0 0

                    Just a short video of me recording from the visitors center at Monument Valley. May 7th, 2015

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