The Conquest of the Snake & Legacy in Stone Documentary DVDs
Legacy In Stone Documentary
All-New Documentary Film titled Legacy In Stone, Discovering Ancient Flintknapping in Idaho, tells the story of an amazing discovery of ancient Clovis points uncovered on the Bill Simon farm in Fairfield, Idaho in 1961. This documentary film is the story of that discovery and subsequent examination of these ancient artifacts in Idaho. Legacy In Stone is a compelling and rich tale of this approximate 12,000 year old stone tool collection found right in our own backyard.
100% of the Net Proceeds from Legacy In Stone are proudly going to the Herrett Center for the Arts.
This program was made possible by funding from The Maurice E. Bowers Trust Paul Smith, John Gibson, Mark Holmstead and by Dr. Allan & Fran Frost and by Jim & Tami Paxton
Legacy in Stone, is Jim Paxton’s second Idaho Documentary production film and the previous documentary; The Conquest of the Snake, has generated over $15,000 in grant proceeds which were donated to numerous education systems in the Magic Valley.
The Conquest of The Snake Documentary
The Conquest of the Snake is a local film written, directed and produced by Andrew Vawser. Andrew lives and works here in Southern Idaho, sharing his passion for our rich history through creative and unique story telling. This story in particular would not have been possible without the support and vision of Jim Paxton, President of Snake River Pool & Spa and owner of The Blue Lakes Inn.
Join along as we discover the humble beginnings when those with dreams and determination came together to conquer the mighty Snake River. Bringing life to the plains of Southern Idaho and ultimately forging the Magic Valley.
Legacy In Stone OR The Conquest of The Snake Documentary DVDs only $19.99/ea + tax
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