Fred Sanders is a member of the Catawba nation.
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Sanders discusses the small pox epidemic that spread through the Catawba tribe.
Fishing (Part 1)
Sanders discusses fishing, selling fish, and how the Catawba preserved them.
Fishing (Part 2)
Sanders talks about making trips to the clay hole.
Importance of Pottery Tradition
Sanders discusses the value of pottery to the community.
Sanders continues to discuss gathering clay for the Catawba potters.
Sanders discusses pipe making and male potters in the Catawba community.
Sanders discusses when pottery is made and how many times he usually went to the clay holes.
Boats and the River
Sanders discusses the kind of boats the Catawba used. He also discusses how the river was navigated.
Learning to Swim
Sanders discusses the Catawba method for teaching the children to swim.
Sanders talks about the distance growing between members of the Catawba tribe.
Sanders discusses selfishness in the Catawba tribe.
Catawba Community (Part 1)
Sanders discusses changes in the Catawba community and identifying as an American Indian.
Catawba Community (Part 2)
Catawba Community (Part 3)