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Wild Horses, Unconquered People

Country Available: Canada, USA
Wild Horses, Unconquered People explores the intriguing relationship between the Xeni Gwet’in, a tiny band of Tsilhqot’in Indians, and hundreds of wild horses that mysteriously roam B.C.’s rugged Nemiah Valley - described as Canada’s Nepal. For what is arguably North America’s last true horse culture, the untamed spirits are an economic and spiritual resource – a powerful icon in a century-old fight with the government for control of this unconquered land. View a printer friendly version of this page...Copyright Date: 2004 Length: 41 minutes Library Audience:
  • Adult
  • School Audience:
  • Grades 9 - 12
  • Post-secondary Education
  • Subjects:
  • Aboriginal Studies
  • Environmental Studies
  • Society / Social Issues
  • Formats Available:
  • VHS Tape
  • DVD