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The Lenape Indians School & Homeschooling Programs

The Lenape Indians lived along the East Coast of the United States during the Late Woodland Period.

Dr. William D. Guthrie is a noted authority on the Lenape people. He shows how the Lenape Indians gathered and prepared their food, how they made leather to be used for clothing, how they constructed their homes and how important music was in their everyday lives.

Dr. Guthrie is shown, using the very primitive tools that were made by the Lenape. Each program concludes with a captivative Indian story.

These programs wll be enjoyed by all who study or have interest in the culture of Native Americans.

Dr. William D. Guthrie is teaching at Ryder University in Trenton, N.J.

Lakota Wolf Preserve DVD

The howling of wolves, once again, echoes through the mountains of the Delaware Water Gap; a sound you will savor and remember for a lifetime.

Dr. Leonard Lee Rue III produced this DVD for the Lakota Wolf Preserve, which is nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, in beautiful, northwest New Jersey.

Dr. Rue documents the wolf's life history and shows the stages from very young wolf pups to growing into adults.
While most of the wolves shown are from the Lakota Preserve, supplemental footage of wild wolves and other wild animals has been included.

For directions to the Lakota Wolf Preserve and/or information about their scheduled, daily tours, please call toll free