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WISCONSIN STORIES

Wisconsin Stories: Power Of Water

  • Aired: 08/27/2002
  • 19:50
  • Rating: TV-G
Water is the source of life, and it also has the power to build communities. "The Power of Water" explores specific instances of how water has affected people and the places they live. Potawatomi elder Billy Daniels opens the program at Otter Spring in Forest County by saying that rivers and streams are Mother Earth's life-sustaining veins.
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Explore the role that water has played in Wisconsin's agricultural and economic history.
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