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Dakota Life: The Baker Brothers

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Date Created 7/1/2011 2:46:02 PM
Grade Level 3-5
Category Social Studies

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Untold Stories - Mount Rushmore: Telling America's Stories
SDPB Dakota Life
Badlands National Park
Mount Rushmore National Memorial
The National Parks America's Best Idea

The Baker Brothers In this Dakota Life segment, we'll meet brothers Paige and Gerard Baker. After a lifetime of crossing the country, the brothers have found themselves right in each other's backyards, both working as Park Superintendents. Paige works at Badlands National Park and Gerard works at Mount Rushmore National Memorial. Watch this amazing story as we learn how the brothers went from boys at Fort Berthold Indian Reservation to holding prestigious positions in the National Park Service. (culture, role model, education, Native American, Indian, Lakota, Nakota, Dakota, Fort Laramie Treaty, history, Custer Battle Field, Little Big Horn Battle Field, employee, career, family, Mandan, Hidatsa, tradition, controversy, Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Project, multicultural, Great Sioux Reservation, Black Hills) (Air Date: 09/03/2009)

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