The Story of Leather
In this program Bash describes how the Indians in our country learned to tan the hides of deer and buffalo into soft wearable skins, and how, later, the white settlers adapted their methods, using bark, ashes and knives to produce very serviceable leather. From here Bash shows the process in a modern factory and traces the many uses of leather. Songs include “Bye Baby Bunting,” “The Fox,” and “The Tailor and the Mouse.
KQED, San Francisco; Bash Kennett; Kathleen Rawlings; Richard Moore; Robert Nissen
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Educational; Children's; Historical; Music
Handicraft; Leather; United States--History
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