"Indian Road" episode four features a story on the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes' buffalo herd, a visit with Lil' Mike and Funny Bone, a look at how tribal traditions played a part in the cycle of violent tornados in May of 2013, and a 600-plus-mile road trip to visit some of Oklahoma's most famous full-sized Indian art.
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This episode of "Indian Road" features a bio on Henrietta Mann, a story about Clinton's Mohawk Lodge, a look at Sooner Spectator's Native issue, a look at downtown OKC's Red Earth Museum, and info about Washita National Battlefield Historic Site.
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This episode of "Indian Road" features a look at the ONEOK Gallery inside the Oklahoma History Center. The Center has an extensive collection of Cheyenne and Arapaho artifacts on display and in storage. "Battle on tha Plainz," a b-boy dance event hosted in Concho, is also featured, as is a tribal member who turns dead trees into art.
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This episode of "Indian Road," CATV 47's very first news/magazine show, features a short bio on Lawrence Hart, an art opening of works by Gordon Yellowman, a Science Museum of Oklahoma exhibit with Harvey Pratt and Robert Taylor, and a short piece on Bunky Echo-Hawk.