Origins of Indians

Little Bear presents a perspective to the possible origin and analysis of the rise and fall of the once great Indian nations.

 

Mary Rowlandson Captured by Indians

Little Bear Wheeler tells an account of an early American settler who survived a perilous encounter during King Philip’s War.

 

 

Indian Tipi

Little Bear Wheeler rolls up his fringed sleeves to assemble a 14-foot tipi, while teaching history and biblical principles.

 

 

Joseph Walker

Walker’s experience throughout Apache territory proves to be invaluable to western gold seekers.

 

 

This video highlights the story of the Nez Perce Indians and their revered leader, Chief Joseph. Little Bear vividly traces the tribe’s struggle against injustice, perilous retreat to Canada, and sorrowful capture due to a tragic misjudgment of just 32 miles in running the race for freedom.

 

 

Showdown at the O.K. Corral

There is scarcely a person living today who is not familiar with the Tombstone, Arizona’s notorious shoot-out of 1881, known as the Showdown at the O.K. Corral. But what lesson can possible be learned from this Wild West saga involving the legendary Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday? Little Bear draws comparisons of an equally famous Old Testament showdown between Elijah and the prophets of Baal and retells the events surrounding both deadly confrontations, while demonstrating God’s uncompromising showdown against the forces of evil and idolatry.

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