Those Who Remain

This program explores the world of the little-known cultures of South Carolina's Native American people.

Produced by South Carolina ETV with a grant from the Native American Public Broadcasting Consortium and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

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Those Who Remain, Part 1 - Native Population
Those Who Remain, Part 1 - Native Population

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In this segment, Herb McAmis, an adopted member of the Edisto-Kusso-Natchez people of Dorchester and Colleton Counties, explains that some are genetic Indians and some are Indians in their hearts. He...
Those Who Remain, Part 2 - Edisto
Those Who Remain, Part 2 - Edisto

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Glenn Creel feels that he has been called to minister physically and spiritually. Due to the financial pressures of medical school, that dream is out of reach, and Glenn teaches to earn a living...
Those Who Remain, Part 3 - Santee
Those Who Remain, Part 3 - Santee

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Each morning, Oscar Pratt, Chief of the Santee of Holly Hill, drives 30 miles to Walterboro, where he is the supervisor for a steel company. After work, he is usually in his fields until dark, and...
Those Who Remain, Part 4 - Pee Dee
Those Who Remain, Part 4 - Pee Dee

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Cheerleading, playing football and coaching are a way of life for the Locklear family in the Pee Dee. Football is only half of their identity. Chief Locklear expresses regret that the language of the...
Those Who Remain, Part 5 - Chicora
Those Who Remain, Part 5 - Chicora

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Gene Martin is the Chief of the Chicora tribe of Horry and Georgetown Counties. Their tribe is considered an Indian Association. They are protesting the replica of the Christopher Columbus ship, the...
Those Who Remain, Part 6  - Dentist
Those Who Remain, Part 6 - Dentist

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Dr. Wenonah George Haire is the only dentist in her tribe. In the evenings, she is consumed by her cultural heritage as a Catawba and spends hours making Catawba pottery. She has concerns that this...