About "Life Before Fairfield"
In this first film of the Fairfield History Series, we explore what happened in the area now known as Jefferson County, Iowa before the settlers arrived. Experience the impact of the great glaciers, the movement of prehistoric beasts and the traditions and language of the native peoples of this land. Soaring aerials of prairie grasses, snippets of interviews with archaeologists, and Native American tribal historians all help put together the prehistoric beginnings of one small town in
Q&A with the Director
Video of the post-premiere Q&A session with:
John Doershuk - Iowa Office of the State Archaeologist
Lance Foster - Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, Ioway Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska
Dick DeAngelis - Producer and Director, Fairfield History Series
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