start things off, we've put up some scenes from a
movie made by the Berkeley University in 1961 by the
Stewarts Point Kashia Southern Pomo Indians and Berkeley
Anthropology. Our advisor, David Smith, who you can
see making clapper sticks
on this website, was in this movie as a boy. He remembers
the day the movie was made as "a lot of fun".
He says it was an important movie to make; important
then--as it is now--to make sure Native people have
access to their own culture.