"Prairie Public Classics: The North Dakota Collection" DVD added to collection

A DVD entitled Prairie Public Classics: The North Dakota Collection, Series II, has been donated to the Institute for Regional Studies Archives by Michael Miller and the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection.  The DVD contains three documentaries produced by Prairie Public Broadcasting.  The following documentary descriptions come from the back cover of the DVD case:

Prairie Quilts

“Once a utilitarian solution to staying warm, quilting has become an art form that provides an outlet for creativity of quilt makers everywhere. Explore the wonderful works of art, expressions of love, and legacies of comfort being made by contemporary quilt makers on the prairie. Produced in 1999”

The History of North Dakota State B Basketball

“The rich history of North Dakota's premier sporting event comes alive in this stirring documentary. Relive the game-defining moments and historic matches that make Class B basketball a cultural phenomenon in North Dakota. Produced in 2001”

The History of the Bobcat

“If a farm customer had a problem, Cyril and Louis Keller made it their goal to solve it. Hear how these brothers from Minnesota tell their story of how they used scrap metal and used parts to build the first Bobcat loader. Produced in 2005”

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