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People of the Pines

This series takes us through the hidden history of the indigenous population of California. In depth views on the cultural, physical, and psychological impact presented by the Spanish empire, the Mexican government, and the American takeover are accessed. Detailed struggles, massacres, and both individual and common triumphs are discussed.

  • Reservation and Survival
    Saturday, May 25
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tribal members recount the days of their parents and grandparents. Theirs was not just a struggle for personal survival but one for sovereignty, preserving the right to self government and a unique way of life. Jerry Paresa narrates.
  • Gaining Legitimacy
    Tuesday, May 28
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Gaining Legitimacy finds the tribe in a new era of prosperity. They have become a major force in the Inland Empire; bringing much needed jobs and economic revitalization to the area. Their journey from poverty has been difficult, however, as legal battles over their sovereignty continue to challenge their gaming venture.
  • Legacy of Casinos
    Thursday, May 30
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Looks to the future and how the San Manuel Tribe is building a legacy beyond casinos. With new and diversified business ventures, the tribe has returned to their status as one of the most powerful, influential tribes in Southern California, as they were in antiquity.
  • Crossroads
    Saturday, June 1
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    The second season of People of the Pines begins with a historical view of the tribe and their life on a small, impoverished reservation located in the foothills of San Bernardino. Their future economic fate is held in the balance as they consider the decision to open a bingo hall.
  • From Contact to Colonization
    Tuesday, June 4
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    The focus of the program encompasses the initial settlements established by the Spanish in the form of missions and presidios, changes that incurred due to Mexican Independence, and the eventual take over of California by the American government.
  • American California
    Thursday, June 6
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This program turns its focus onto the era of the gold rush, California statehood, and the birth of the reservation systems. The desire for Indian lands, anti Indian laws and Indian massacres are discussed.
  • Uncharted Territory
    Saturday, June 8
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Explores the challenges the tribe faces as they take on a new economic venture: casino gambling. The tribe is in uncharted territory, but through cooperative relationships and dedicated tribal members they finally begin to lay the groundwork for true sovereignty.
  • Native Resistance
    Tuesday, June 11
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Historians and Native Indians talk about the reservation system and the various manners in which California Indians fought to maintain and remain within their ancestral lands. Broken treaties, the Modoc Wars, and the perseverance of the Serrano Indians are discussed.
  • Assimilation
    Thursday, June 13
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    The various ways in which California's indigenous people were assimilated into American society are covered. Indian boarding schools, military service and the Indian extermination policies are presented and discussed.
  • Gaining Legitimacy
    Saturday, June 15
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Gaining Legitimacy finds the tribe in a new era of prosperity. They have become a major force in the Inland Empire; bringing much needed jobs and economic revitalization to the area. Their journey from poverty has been difficult, however, as legal battles over their sovereignty continue to challenge their gaming venture.
  • Voices of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
    Tuesday, June 18
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Indian people from throughout California discuss the importance of maintaining their unique cultures to preserve this knowledge for future generations.
  • The Origin of the Yuhaviatam
    Thursday, June 20
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Begins the story arc that follows the Serrano people from their creation story which begins in Marra (near 29 Palms) and the top of the San Bernardino Mountains fo their ultimate settlement on the San Manuel Reservation. Jerry Paresa narrates.
  • Legacy of Casinos
    Saturday, June 22
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Looks to the future and how the San Manuel Tribe is building a legacy beyond casinos. With new and diversified business ventures, the tribe has returned to their status as one of the most powerful, influential tribes in Southern California, as they were in antiquity.
  • The World of the Serrano
    Tuesday, June 25
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Learn how knowledge of plants, animals and technologies has bound members of The San Manual Tribe to the land and informs their contemporary identities as Indian People. Jerry Paresa narrates. Promo for Program #103 is embedded in the body of this program and also after the program close after approx. 2 mins of black.
  • Invasion and Response
    Thursday, June 27
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Historians chronicle the struggle to coexist with the Spanish and Americans by discussing how ancestors of the San Manuel Tribe were swept up into conflicts that world drastically change their lands and the existence. Jerry Paresa narrates.
  • From Contact to Colonization
    Saturday, June 29
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    The focus of the program encompasses the initial settlements established by the Spanish in the form of missions and presidios, changes that incurred due to Mexican Independence, and the eventual take over of California by the American government.
  • Reservation and Survival
    Tuesday, July 2
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tribal members recount the days of their parents and grandparents. Theirs was not just a struggle for personal survival but one for sovereignty, preserving the right to self government and a unique way of life. Jerry Paresa narrates.
  • Crossroads
    Thursday, July 4
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    The second season of People of the Pines begins with a historical view of the tribe and their life on a small, impoverished reservation located in the foothills of San Bernardino. Their future economic fate is held in the balance as they consider the decision to open a bingo hall.
  • American California
    Saturday, July 6
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This program turns its focus onto the era of the gold rush, California statehood, and the birth of the reservation systems. The desire for Indian lands, anti Indian laws and Indian massacres are discussed.
  • Uncharted Territory
    Tuesday, July 9
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Explores the challenges the tribe faces as they take on a new economic venture: casino gambling. The tribe is in uncharted territory, but through cooperative relationships and dedicated tribal members they finally begin to lay the groundwork for true sovereignty.
  • Gaining Legitimacy
    Thursday, July 11
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Gaining Legitimacy finds the tribe in a new era of prosperity. They have become a major force in the Inland Empire; bringing much needed jobs and economic revitalization to the area. Their journey from poverty has been difficult, however, as legal battles over their sovereignty continue to challenge their gaming venture.
  • Native Resistance
    Saturday, July 13
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Historians and Native Indians talk about the reservation system and the various manners in which California Indians fought to maintain and remain within their ancestral lands. Broken treaties, the Modoc Wars, and the perseverance of the Serrano Indians are discussed.
  • Legacy of Casinos
    Tuesday, July 16
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Looks to the future and how the San Manuel Tribe is building a legacy beyond casinos. With new and diversified business ventures, the tribe has returned to their status as one of the most powerful, influential tribes in Southern California, as they were in antiquity.
  • From Contact to Colonization
    Thursday, July 18
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    The focus of the program encompasses the initial settlements established by the Spanish in the form of missions and presidios, changes that incurred due to Mexican Independence, and the eventual take over of California by the American government.
  • Assimilation
    Saturday, July 20
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    The various ways in which California's indigenous people were assimilated into American society are covered. Indian boarding schools, military service and the Indian extermination policies are presented and discussed.
  • American California
    Tuesday, July 23
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This program turns its focus onto the era of the gold rush, California statehood, and the birth of the reservation systems. The desire for Indian lands, anti Indian laws and Indian massacres are discussed.
  • Native Resistance
    Thursday, July 25
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Historians and Native Indians talk about the reservation system and the various manners in which California Indians fought to maintain and remain within their ancestral lands. Broken treaties, the Modoc Wars, and the perseverance of the Serrano Indians are discussed.
  • Voices of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
    Saturday, July 27
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Indian people from throughout California discuss the importance of maintaining their unique cultures to preserve this knowledge for future generations.
  • Assimilation
    Tuesday, July 30
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    The various ways in which California's indigenous people were assimilated into American society are covered. Indian boarding schools, military service and the Indian extermination policies are presented and discussed.
  • Voices of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
    Thursday, August 1
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Indian people from throughout California discuss the importance of maintaining their unique cultures to preserve this knowledge for future generations.
  • The Origin of the Yuhaviatam
    Saturday, August 3
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Begins the story arc that follows the Serrano people from their creation story which begins in Marra (near 29 Palms) and the top of the San Bernardino Mountains fo their ultimate settlement on the San Manuel Reservation. Jerry Paresa narrates.

 

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  • Uncharted Territory
    Thursday, May 23
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Explores the challenges the tribe faces as they take on a new economic venture: casino gambling. The tribe is in uncharted territory, but through cooperative relationships and dedicated tribal members they finally begin to lay the groundwork for true sovereignty.
  • Crossroads
    Tuesday, May 21
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    The second season of People of the Pines begins with a historical view of the tribe and their life on a small, impoverished reservation located in the foothills of San Bernardino. Their future economic fate is held in the balance as they consider the decision to open a bingo hall.
  • Invasion and Response
    Saturday, May 18
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Historians chronicle the struggle to coexist with the Spanish and Americans by discussing how ancestors of the San Manuel Tribe were swept up into conflicts that world drastically change their lands and the existence. Jerry Paresa narrates.
  • Reservation and Survival
    Thursday, May 16
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tribal members recount the days of their parents and grandparents. Theirs was not just a struggle for personal survival but one for sovereignty, preserving the right to self government and a unique way of life. Jerry Paresa narrates.
  • Invasion and Response
    Tuesday, May 14
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Historians chronicle the struggle to coexist with the Spanish and Americans by discussing how ancestors of the San Manuel Tribe were swept up into conflicts that world drastically change their lands and the existence. Jerry Paresa narrates.
  • The World of the Serrano
    Saturday, May 11
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Learn how knowledge of plants, animals and technologies has bound members of The San Manual Tribe to the land and informs their contemporary identities as Indian People. Jerry Paresa narrates. Promo for Program #103 is embedded in the body of this program and also after the program close after approx. 2 mins of black.
  • The World of the Serrano
    Thursday, May 9
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Learn how knowledge of plants, animals and technologies has bound members of The San Manual Tribe to the land and informs their contemporary identities as Indian People. Jerry Paresa narrates. Promo for Program #103 is embedded in the body of this program and also after the program close after approx. 2 mins of black.
  • The Origin of the Yuhaviatam
    Tuesday, May 7
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Begins the story arc that follows the Serrano people from their creation story which begins in Marra (near 29 Palms) and the top of the San Bernardino Mountains fo their ultimate settlement on the San Manuel Reservation. Jerry Paresa narrates.
  • The Origin of the Yuhaviatam
    Saturday, May 4
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Begins the story arc that follows the Serrano people from their creation story which begins in Marra (near 29 Palms) and the top of the San Bernardino Mountains fo their ultimate settlement on the San Manuel Reservation. Jerry Paresa narrates.
  • Voices of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
    Thursday, May 2
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Indian people from throughout California discuss the importance of maintaining their unique cultures to preserve this knowledge for future generations.
  • Legacy of Casinos
    Tuesday, April 30
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Looks to the future and how the San Manuel Tribe is building a legacy beyond casinos. With new and diversified business ventures, the tribe has returned to their status as one of the most powerful, influential tribes in Southern California, as they were in antiquity.
  • Voices of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
    Saturday, April 27
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Indian people from throughout California discuss the importance of maintaining their unique cultures to preserve this knowledge for future generations.
  • Gaining Legitimacy
    Thursday, April 25
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Gaining Legitimacy finds the tribe in a new era of prosperity. They have become a major force in the Inland Empire; bringing much needed jobs and economic revitalization to the area. Their journey from poverty has been difficult, however, as legal battles over their sovereignty continue to challenge their gaming venture.
  • Uncharted Territory
    Tuesday, April 23
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Explores the challenges the tribe faces as they take on a new economic venture: casino gambling. The tribe is in uncharted territory, but through cooperative relationships and dedicated tribal members they finally begin to lay the groundwork for true sovereignty.
  • Assimilation
    Saturday, April 20
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    The various ways in which California's indigenous people were assimilated into American society are covered. Indian boarding schools, military service and the Indian extermination policies are presented and discussed.
  • Crossroads
    Thursday, April 18
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    The second season of People of the Pines begins with a historical view of the tribe and their life on a small, impoverished reservation located in the foothills of San Bernardino. Their future economic fate is held in the balance as they consider the decision to open a bingo hall.
  • Reservation and Survival
    Tuesday, April 16
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tribal members recount the days of their parents and grandparents. Theirs was not just a struggle for personal survival but one for sovereignty, preserving the right to self government and a unique way of life. Jerry Paresa narrates.
  • Native Resistance
    Saturday, April 13
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Historians and Native Indians talk about the reservation system and the various manners in which California Indians fought to maintain and remain within their ancestral lands. Broken treaties, the Modoc Wars, and the perseverance of the Serrano Indians are discussed.
  • Invasion and Response
    Thursday, April 11
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Historians chronicle the struggle to coexist with the Spanish and Americans by discussing how ancestors of the San Manuel Tribe were swept up into conflicts that world drastically change their lands and the existence. Jerry Paresa narrates.
  • The World of the Serrano
    Tuesday, April 9
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Learn how knowledge of plants, animals and technologies has bound members of The San Manual Tribe to the land and informs their contemporary identities as Indian People. Jerry Paresa narrates. Promo for Program #103 is embedded in the body of this program and also after the program close after approx. 2 mins of black.
  • American California
    Saturday, April 6
    3:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This program turns its focus onto the era of the gold rush, California statehood, and the birth of the reservation systems. The desire for Indian lands, anti Indian laws and Indian massacres are discussed.
  • The Origin of the Yuhaviatam
    Thursday, April 4
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Begins the story arc that follows the Serrano people from their creation story which begins in Marra (near 29 Palms) and the top of the San Bernardino Mountains fo their ultimate settlement on the San Manuel Reservation. Jerry Paresa narrates.
  • Voices of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
    Tuesday, April 2
    5:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Indian people from throughout California discuss the importance of maintaining their unique cultures to preserve this knowledge for future generations.