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Migrations

Author: Ken HoinPaul ElliotJohn McCallyDavid LindleyMark O'ConnorAll authors
Publisher: [S.l.] : Sunburst Communications, 1996.
Series: Footprints across America.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : Juvenile audience   Visual material : English
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Three stories highlighting family relationships, self-reliance, and courage. In Follow the Drinking Gourd a young girl and her family escape slavery by travelling north through the Underground Railroad. Song of Sacajawea tells how a Shoshone woman guided the Lewis and Clark expedition. Johnny Appleseed tells of the folk hero whose life was characterized by his respect for all living creatures.
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Genre/Form: Films
Juvenile works
Juvenile films
Named Person: Sacagawea; Johnny Appleseed; Johnny Appleseed; Sacagawea.
Material Type: Juvenile audience, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Ken Hoin; Paul Elliot; John McCally; David Lindley; Mark O'Connor; Stan Olson; C W Rogers; Taj Mahal, (Musician); Yvonne Buchanan; Bernardine Connelly; James Howard Kunstler; Sunburst Communications (Firm); Rabbit Ears Productions.
OCLC Number: 42291646
Notes: Title from binder.
Teacher's guide includes bibliographical references.
Credits: Follow the drinking gourd: music by Taj Mahal ; illustrations by Yvonne Buchanan ; written by Bernardine Connelly ; art director, Paul Elliot ; producer, Ken Hoin ; director, John McCally. Song of Sacajawea: music by David Lindley ; illustrated by [Jack G. Molloy?] ; written by James H. Kunstler ; art director, Paul Elliot ; producer, Ken Hoin ; director, John McCally. Johnny Appleseed: music by Mark O'Connor ; illustrations by Stan Olson ; written by James H. Kunstler ; art director, Paul Elliot ; producer, Ken Hoin ; director, C.W. Rogers.
Performer(s): Follow the drinking gourd told by Morgan Freeman ; Song of Sacajawea told by Laura Dern ; Johnny Appleseed told by Garrison Keillor.
Description: 3 videocassettes (87 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + 1 teacher's guide (119 p.) ; in binder, 30 cm.
Details: VHS.
Contents: Follow the drinking gourd : a story of the underground railroad --
Song of Sacajawea --
Johnny Appleseed.
Series Title: Footprints across America.
Other Titles: Follow the drinking gourd : a story of the Underground Railroad.
Song of Sacajawea.
Johnny Appleseed.
Responsibility: Sunburst Communications, Rabbit Ears.

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Three stories highlighting family relationships, self-reliance, and courage. In Follow the Drinking Gourd a young girl and her family escape slavery by travelling north through the Underground Railroad. Song of Sacajawea tells how a Shoshone woman guided the Lewis and Clark expedition. Johnny Appleseed tells of the folk hero whose life was characterized by his respect for all living creatures.

Teacher's guide offers suggestions for classroom activities involving creative and cognitive skills in language arts, math, science, social studies, art, and music. Cross-curricular themes are suggested with activities designed to relate to students' lives.

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