Indian Performances in Oklahoma

Mss.Rec.107

Date: 1973-1974 | Size: 36 tape(s)

Abstract

Recordings of powwows, benefit dances, wedding dances, dance competitions, and other permonances at various grounds in Oklahoma and Missouri from 1973-1974 by Sue Roark-Calnek. Includes round dances, stomp dances, war dances, gourd dances, snake dances, buffalo dances, hand games, and others. Dancers, singers, and staff are Arapaho, Caddo, Cayuga, Cherokee, Cheyenne, Delaware, Fox, Hopi, Kiowa, Osage, Ottawa, Oto, Pawnee, Ponca, Quapaw, Seneca, Shawnee, and Yuchi. Includes Delaware and Quapaw Pow-Wow, Osage Inloska Society, Arapaho Starhawk Society, Nevada (Mo.) Bushwhacker Days Pow-Wow, and White Oak Shawnee Night Stomp Dance, Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow, and Seneca-Cayuga Green Corn Ceremonial and Stomp Dance.

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Collection Information

Physical description

36 sound cassettes (33 hr., 53 min.) : analog, 1 7/8 ips, stereo

36 sound cassettes (33 hr., 53 min.) : analog, 1 7/8 ips, stereo

Provenance

Presented by Sue Roark-Calnek in 1977. This material was recorded with the assistance of a Phillips Fund grant.

Processing information

Collection digitized and cataloged by Brian Carpenter during the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded audio digitization project, 2008-2014.

Related material

A detailed table of contents, including locations, dates, and names of all performance participants, is available in the Phillips Fund Collection (Mss.497.3.Am4).

Indexing Terms


Genre(s)

  • Sound recordings

Subject(s)

  • Dance -- Competitions
  • Indians of North America -- Oklahoma -- Music
  • Iroquois Indians -- Music
  • Iroquois dance
  • Powwows -- Oklahoma
  • Round dancing
  • Stomp dance


Detailed Inventory

Mss.Rec.107.ArapahoBenefit Arapaho Benefit Dance (Restricted)
 2 audiocassettes

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01-01. Sankey, Alonzo. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Night Walker, Roy. Lump Mouth, Keith. Wilson, Betty. White Thumb, Jill. Tall Bull, Clarence. Haumphy, Bruce.
Arapaho Benefit Dance (Tape 1) [Side A]
1973-12-011 .mp3; 00:44:15

Host: Bruce Haumphy (Kiowa), Head Singer. Other singers: Kiowas, Arapahos. Starhawk (Gourd Dance) Society, Head Man Dancers. Betty Wilson (Arapaho) Head Lady Dancer. Keith Lump Mouth (Arapaho), Head Little Boy Dancer. Jill White Thumb (Arapaho), Head Little Girl Dancer. Clarence Tall Bull (Cheyenne) M.C.

Restrictions on Access: This recording has been designated as potentially culturally sensitive or private. Reproduction and remote access is restricted. Please consult the Curator of Native American Materials for more information.

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General physical description: 00:44:15


Geographic Name(s): Canton (Okla.)

Subject(s): Powwows -- Oklahoma; Arapaho Indians -- Music; Arapaho dance; Kiowa dance; Round dancing

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http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5729

01-02. Haumphy, Bruce. Sankey, Alonzo. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Night Walker, Roy. Lump Mouth, Keith. Wilson, Betty. White Thumb, Jill. Tall Bull, Clarence.
Arapaho Benefit Dance (Tape 1) [Side B]
1973-12-011 .mp3; 00:44:34

Host: Bruce Haumphy (Kiowa), Head Singer. Other singers: Kiowas, Arapahos. Starhawk (Gourd Dance) Society, Head Man Dancers. Betty Wilson (Arapaho), Head Lady Dancer. Keith Lump Mouth (Arapaho), Head Little Boy Dancer. Jill White Thumb (Arapaho), Head Little Girl Dancer. Clarence Tall Bull (Cheyenne) M.C.

Restrictions on Access: This recording has been designated as potentially culturally sensitive or private. Reproduction and remote access is restricted. Please consult the Curator of Native American Materials for more information.

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General physical description: 00:44:34


Geographic Name(s): Canton (Okla.)

Subject(s): Arapaho dance; Arapaho Indians -- Music; Kiowa dance; Kiowa Indians -- Music; Powwows -- Oklahoma

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5730

02-01. Sankey, Alonzo. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Red Bird, Allen. Night Walker, Roy. Wilson, Betty. White Thumb, Jill. Tall Bull, Clarence. Lump Mouth, Keith. Haumphy, Bruce.
Arapaho Benefit Dance (Tape 2) [Side A]
1973-12-011 .mp3; 00:45:04

Host: Bruce Haumphy (Kiowa), Head Singer. Other singers: Kiowas, Arapahos. Starhawk (Gourd Dance) Society, Head Man Dancers. Betty Wilson (Arapaho), Head Lady Dancer. Keith Lump Mouth (Arapaho), Head Little Boy Dancer. Jill White Thumb (Arapaho), Head Little Girl Dancer. Clarence Tall Bull (Cheyenne) M.C.

Restrictions on Access: This recording has been designated as potentially culturally sensitive or private. Reproduction and remote access is restricted. Please consult the Curator of Native American Materials for more information.

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General physical description: 00:45:04


Geographic Name(s): Canton (Okla.)

Subject(s): Arapaho Indians -- Music; Kiowa dance; Kiowa Indians -- Music; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Arapaho dance

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5731

02-02. Lump Mouth, Keith. Haumphy, Bruce. Tall Bull, Clarence. Sankey, Alonzo. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Night Walker, Roy. Wilson, Betty. White Thumb, Jill.
Arapaho Benefit Dance (Tape 2) [Side B]
1973-12-011 .mp3; 00:18:28

Host: Bruce Haumphy (Kiowa), Head Singer. Other singers: Kiowas, Arapahos; Starhawk (Gourd Dance) Society, Head Man Dancers. Betty Wilson (Arapaho), Head Lady Dancer. Keith Lump Mouth (Arapaho), Head Little Boy Dancer. Jill White Thumb (Arapaho), Head Little Girl Dancer. Clarence Tall Bull (Cheyenne) M.C.

Restrictions on Access: This recording has been designated as potentially culturally sensitive or private. Reproduction and remote access is restricted. Please consult the Curator of Native American Materials for more information.

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General physical description: 00:18:28


Geographic Name(s): Canton (Okla.)

Subject(s): Arapaho Indians -- Music; Arapaho dance; Kiowa Indians -- Music; Kiowa dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5738

Mss.Rec.107.Wedding Wedding Dance (Restricted)
 1 audiocassette

Restrictions on Access: This recording has been designated as potentially culturally sensitive or private. Reproduction and remote access is restricted. Please consult the Curator of Native American Materials for more information.

03-01. Pratt, Adam. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Red Bird, Jeanette.
Wedding Dance [Side A]
1973-12-081 .mp3; 00:44:29

Hosts: Mr. and Ms. Eugene Brown (Ponca) in honor of their daughter's marriage. Head Staff: Adam Pratt (Pawnee), Head Singer; Inter-Tribal Gourd (Dance) Clan of Shawnee, Head Man Dancers; Jeanette Red Bird (Arapaho) Head Lady Dancer.

Restrictions on Access: This recording has been designated as potentially culturally sensitive or private. Reproduction and remote access is restricted. Please consult the Curator of Native American Materials for more information.

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General physical description: 00:44:29


Geographic Name(s): Ponca City (Okla.)

Subject(s): Shawnee Indians -- Music; Pawnee Indians -- Music; Pawnee dance; Arapaho Indians -- Music; Arapaho dance

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5737

03-02. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Red Bird, Jeanette. Pratt, Adam.
Wedding Dance [Side B]
1973-12-081 .mp3; 00:30:29

Hosts: Mr. and Ms. Eugene Brown (Ponca) in honor of their daughter's marriage. Head Staff: Adam Pratt (Pawnee), Head Singer; Inter-Tribal Gourd (Dance) Clan of Shawnee, Head Man Dancers; Jeanette Red Bird (Arapaho) Head Lady Dancer.

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General physical description: 00:30:29


Geographic Name(s): Ponca City (Okla.)

Subject(s): Pawnee Indians -- Music; Pawnee dance; Arapaho Indians -- Music; Arapaho dance; Shawnee Indians -- Music

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5739

Mss.Rec.107.Delaware Delaware Pow-Wow
 5 audiocassettes
04-01. Falleaf, Numerous. Dawes, Charles. Dawes, Charla. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Little Axe, Troy. Ketchum, Dee Ann. Glass, Sonny.
Delaware Pow-Wow: Evening War Dance [1 of 2] [Side A]
1974-05-311 .mp3; 00:30:29

Recorded at Delaware Pow-Wow Ground. Hosts: Delaware Pow-Wow Committee (Numerous Falleaf, Chairman). Head Staff: Troy Little Axe (Shawnee), Head Singer; other Singers are Shawnees, Delawares, Sac and Fox; Sonny Glass (Cherokee/Seneca-Cayuga/Quapaw), Head Man Dancer; Charla Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), Head Lady Dancer; Dee Ann Ketchum (Delaware), Princess; Charles Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), M.C.

Location of originals: This file is a compressed, digitized version of the original. The APS Library maintains the original format (Audiocassette) as well as an uncompressed digitized version of this recording.

General physical description: 00:30:29


Geographic Name(s): Copan (Okla.)

Subject(s): Delaware dance; Cherokee dance; Shawnee dance; Fox dance; Shawnee Indians -- Music

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:16986

04-02. Dawes, Charles. Dawes, Charla. Little Axe, Troy. Ketchum, Dee Ann. Glass, Sonny. Falleaf, Numerous. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-.
Delaware Pow-Wow: Evening War Dance [1 of 2] [Side B]
1974-05-311 .mp3; 00:30:30

Recorded at Delaware Pow-Wow Ground. Hosts: Delaware Pow-Wow Committee (Numerous Falleaf, Chairman). Head Staff: Troy Little Axe (Shawnee), Head Singer; other Singers are Shawnees, Delawares, Sac and Fox; Sonny Glass (Cherokee/Seneca-Cayuga/Quapaw), Head Man Dancer; Charla Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), Head Lady Dancer; Dee Ann Ketchum (Delaware), Princess; Charles Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), M.C.

Location of originals: This file is a compressed, digitized version of the original. The APS Library maintains the original format (Audiocassette) as well as an uncompressed digitized version of this recording.

General physical description: 00:30:30


Geographic Name(s): Copan (Okla.)

Subject(s): Shawnee dance; Shawnee Indians -- Music; Cherokee dance; Fox dance; Delaware dance

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5746

05-01. White, Chris. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Dawes, Charles. Dawes, Charla. Little Axe, Troy. Ketchum, Dee Ann. Glass, Sonny. Falleaf, Numerous.
Delaware Pow-Wow: Afternoon War Dance [Side A]
1974-06-011 .mp3; 00:28:55

Recorded at Delaware Pow-Wow Ground. Hosts: Delaware Pow-Wow Committee (Numerous Falleaf, Chairman). Head Staff: Troy Little Axe (Shawnee), Head Singer; Other Singers are Shawnees, Delawares, Sac and Fox; Sonny Glass (Cherokee/Seneca-Cayuga/Quapaw), Head Man Dancer; Charla Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), Head Lady Dancer; Dee Ann Ketchum (Delaware), Princess; Charles Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), M.C.

Location of originals: This file is a compressed, digitized version of the original. The APS Library maintains the original format (Audiocassette) as well as an uncompressed digitized version of this recording.

General physical description: 00:28:55


Geographic Name(s): Copan (Okla.)

Subject(s): Shawnee dance; Shawnee Indians -- Music; Fox dance; Cherokee dance; Delaware dance

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5744

05-02. Dawes, Charla. Ketchum, Dee Ann. Glass, Sonny. Falleaf, Numerous. Dawes, Charles. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Little Axe, Troy.
Delaware Pow-Wow: Afternoon War Dance [Side B]
1974-06-011 .mp3; 00:29:44

Recorded at Delaware Pow-Wow Ground. Hosts: Delaware Pow-Wow Committee (Numerous Falleaf, Chairman). Head Staff: Troy Little Axe (Shawnee), Head Singer; other Singers are Shawnees, Delawares, Sac and Fox; Sonny Glass (Cherokee/Seneca-Cayuga/Quapaw), Head Man Dancer; Charla Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), Head Lady Dancer; Dee Ann Ketchum (Delaware), Princess; Charles Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), M.C.

Location of originals: This file is a compressed, digitized version of the original. The APS Library maintains the original format (Audiocassette) as well as an uncompressed digitized version of this recording.

General physical description: 00:29:44


Geographic Name(s): Copan (Okla.)

Subject(s): Fox dance; Delaware dance; Shawnee dance; Shawnee Indians -- Music; Cherokee dance

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5753

06-01. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Little Axe, Troy. Ketchum, Dee Ann. Glass, Sonny. Falleaf, Numerous. Dawes, Charles. Dawes, Charla.
Delaware Pow-Wow: Evening War Dance [2 of 2] [Side A]
1974-05-311 .mp3; 00:29:47

Recorded at Delaware Pow-Wow Ground. Hosts: Delaware Pow-Wow Committee (Numerous Falleaf, Chairman). Head Staff: Troy Little Axe (Shawnee), Head Singer (Other Singers are Shawnees, Delawares, Sac and Fox); Sonny Glass (Cherokee/Seneca-Cayuga/Quapaw), Head Man Dancer; Charla Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), Head Lady Dancer; Dee Ann Ketchum (Delaware), Princess; Charles Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), M.C.

Location of originals: This file is a compressed, digitized version of the original. The APS Library maintains the original format (Audiocassette) as well as an uncompressed digitized version of this recording.

General physical description: 00:29:47


Geographic Name(s): Copan (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cherokee dance; Shawnee dance; Shawnee Indians -- Music; Fox dance; Delaware dance

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5752

06-02. Falleaf, Numerous. Dawes, Charles. Dawes, Charla. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Little Axe, Troy. Ketchum, Dee Ann. Glass, Sonny.
Delaware Pow-Wow: Evening War Dance [2 of 2] [Side B]
1974-05-311 .mp3; 00:29:44

Recorded at Delaware Pow-Wow Ground. Hosts: Delaware Pow-Wow Committee (Numerous Falleaf, Chairman). Head Staff: Troy Little Axe (Shawnee), Head Singer; other Singers are Shawnees, Delawares, Sac and Fox; Sonny Glass (Cherokee/Seneca-Cayuga/Quapaw), Head Man Dancer; Charla Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), Head Lady Dancer; Dee Ann Ketchum (Delaware), Princess; Charles Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), M.C.

Location of originals: This file is a compressed, digitized version of the original. The APS Library maintains the original format (Audiocassette) as well as an uncompressed digitized version of this recording.

General physical description: 00:29:44


Geographic Name(s): Copan (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cherokee dance; Delaware dance; Fox dance; Shawnee dance; Shawnee Indians -- Music

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5754

07-01. LongHorn, Bruce. Little Axe, Troy. Kinder, Steve. Ketchum, Dee Ann. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Dawes, Charla. Blanchard, Rocky. Glass, Sonny. Falleaf, Numerous. Ellis, Bert. Dawes, Charles.
Delaware Pow-Wow: Stomp Dance Contest (Tape 1) [Side A]
1974-05-311 .mp3; 00:29:46

Recorded at Delaware Pow-Wow Ground. Hosts: Delaware Pow-Wow Committee (Numerous Falleaf, Chairman). Head Staff: Troy Little Axe (Shawnee), Head Singer; other Singers are Shawnees, Delawares, Sac and Fox; Sonny Glass (Cherokee/Seneca-Cayuga/Quapaw), Head Man Dancer; Charla Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), Head Lady Dancer; Dee Ann Ketchum (Delaware), Princess; Charles Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), M.C.

Location of originals: This file is a compressed, digitized version of the original. The APS Library maintains the original format (Audiocassette) as well as an uncompressed digitized version of this recording.

General physical description: 00:29:46


Geographic Name(s): Copan (Okla.)

Subject(s): Fox dance; Cherokee dance; Shawnee dance; Shawnee Indians -- Music; Delaware dance

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5757

07-02. Ketchum, Dee Ann. Gokey, Johnnie Mae. Glass, Sonny. Falleaf, Numerous. Long Horn, Wayne. Little Axe, Troy. Larney, Lee. Larney, Geneva. Runnels, Jean. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Dawes, Charla. Bender, Judy. Ellis, Henrietta. Dick, Bill. Dick, Beverly. Dawes, Charles.
Delaware Pow-Wow: Stomp Dance Contest (Tape 1) [Side B]
1974-05-311 .mp3; 00:28:47

Recorded at Delaware Pow-Wow Ground. Hosts: Delaware Pow-Wow Committee (Numerous Falleaf, Chairman). Head Staff: Troy Little Axe (Shawnee), Head Singer (Other Singers are Shawnees, Delawares, Sac and Fox); Sonny Glass (Cherokee/Seneca-Cayuga/Quapaw), Head Man Dancer; Charla Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), Head Lady Dancer; Dee Ann Ketchum (Delaware), Princess; Charles Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), M.C.

Location of originals: This file is a compressed, digitized version of the original. The APS Library maintains the original format (Audiocassette) as well as an uncompressed digitized version of this recording.

General physical description: 00:28:47


Geographic Name(s): Copan (Okla.)

Subject(s): Delaware dance; Shawnee dance; Shawnee Indians -- Music; Fox dance; Cherokee dance

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5758

08-01. Dick, Beverly. Dawes, Charles. Dawes, Charla. Ketchum, Dee Ann. Glass, Sonny. Falleaf, Numerous. Dick, Bill. Little Axe, Troy. Larney, Lee. Larney, Geneva. Kinder, Steve. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. LongHorn, Bruce.
Delaware Pow-Wow: Stomp Dance Contest (Tape 2) [Side A]
1974-05-311 .mp3; 00:29:42

Recorded at Delaware Pow-Wow Ground. Hosts: Delaware Pow-Wow Committee (Numerous Falleaf, Chairman). Head Staff: Troy Little Axe (Shawnee), Head Singer; other Singers are Shawnees, Delawares, Sac and Fox; Sonny Glass (Cherokee/Seneca-Cayuga/Quapaw), Head Man Dancer; Charla Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), Head Lady Dancer; Dee Ann Ketchum (Delaware), Princess; Charles Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), M.C.

Location of originals: This file is a compressed, digitized version of the original. The APS Library maintains the original format (Audiocassette) as well as an uncompressed digitized version of this recording.

General physical description: 00:29:42


Geographic Name(s): Copan (Okla.)

Subject(s): Fox dance; Delaware dance; Shawnee dance; Cherokee dance; Shawnee Indians -- Music

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5759

08-02. Falleaf, Numerous. Dawes, Charles. Dawes, Charla. Little Axe, Troy. Larney, Geneva. Ketchum, Dee Ann. Glass, Sonny. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-.
Delaware Pow-Wow: Stomp Dance Contest (Tape 2) [Side B]
1974-05-311 .mp3; 00:09:19

Recorded at Delaware Pow-Wow Ground. Hosts: Delaware Pow-Wow Committee (Numerous Falleaf, Chairman). Head Staff: Troy Little Axe (Shawnee), Head Singer; other Singers are Shawnees, Delawares, Sac and Fox; Sonny Glass (Cherokee/Seneca-Cayuga/Quapaw), Head Man Dancer; Charla Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), Head Lady Dancer; Dee Ann Ketchum (Delaware), Princess; Charles Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), M.C.

Location of originals: This file is a compressed, digitized version of the original. The APS Library maintains the original format (Audiocassette) as well as an uncompressed digitized version of this recording.

General physical description: 00:09:19


Geographic Name(s): Copan (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cherokee dance; Delaware dance; Shawnee dance; Shawnee Indians -- Music; Fox dance

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5756

Mss.Rec.107.Osage Osage Inlonska Society (Restricted)
 2 audiocassettes

Restrictions on Access: This recording has been designated as potentially culturally sensitive or private. Reproduction and remote access is restricted. Please consult the Curator of Native American Materials for more information.

09-01. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Red Eagle, Ed. Mashunkashey, John Henry. Lookout, Morris. Tindall, Raymond.
Osage Inlonska Society ("Drum District") War Dance at Pawhuska: Afternoon and Evening Performances (Tape 1) [Side A]
1974-06-131 .mp3; 00:38:56

Recorded at Inlonska Dance Arbor, 'Indian Village,' Pawhuska, June 13, 1974. Afternoon performance. Hosts: Pawhuska Drum District (Ed Red Eagle, Head Committeeman and speaker, John Henry Mashunkashey, Drumkeeper). Singers: Morris Lookout (Osage) and Ponca Singers from the Heooska Society. Dancers: Pawhuska Inlonska members, visitors from the Osage Grayhorse and Hominy Drum Districts, the Ponca heooska and Otoe Elunska. In society performances, each war dance song is followed by a 'tail' restating the theme, during which only appointed 'Tail Dancers' may dance.

Restrictions on Access: This recording has been designated as potentially culturally sensitive or private. Reproduction and remote access is restricted. Please consult the Curator of Native American Materials for more information.

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General physical description: 00:38:56


Geographic Name(s): Pawhuska (Okla.)

Subject(s): Osage Indians -- Music; Osage dance; Ponca Indians -- Music; Oto dance; Ponca dance

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http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:6324

09-02. Lookout, Morris. Tindall, Raymond. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Red Eagle, Ed. Mashunkashey, John Henry.
Osage Inlonska Society ("Drum District") War Dance at Pawhuska: Afternoon and Evening Performances (Tape 1) [Side B]
1974-06-131 .mp3; 00:43:25

Recorded at Inlonska Dance Arbor, 'Indian Village,' Pawhuska, June 13, 1974. Evening performance. Hosts: Pawhuska Drum District (Ed Red Eagle; Head Committeeman and speaker, John Henry Mashunkashey, Drumkeeper). Singers: Morris Lookout (Osage) and Ponca Singers from the Heooska Society. Dancers: Pawhuska Inlonska members, visitors from the Osage Grayhorse and Hominy Drum Districts, the Ponca heooska and Otoe Elunska. In society performances, each war dance song is followed by a 'tail' restating the theme, during which only appointed 'Tail Dancers' may dance.

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General physical description: 00:43:25


Geographic Name(s): Pawhuska (Okla.)

Subject(s): Ponca Indians -- Music; Oto dance; Ponca dance; Osage Indians -- Music; Osage dance

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http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:6325

10-01. Mashunkashey, John Henry. Lookout, Morris. Tindall, Raymond. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Red Eagle, Ed.
Osage Inlonska Society ("Drum District") War Dance at Pawhuska: Evening performance (Tape 2) [Side A]
1974-06-131 .mp3; 00:42:44

Recorded at Inlonska Dance Arbor, 'Indian Village,' Pawhuska, June 13, 1974. Hosts: Pawhuska Drum District (Ed Red Eagle; Head Committeeman and speaker; John Henry Mashunkashey, Drumkeeper). Singers: Morris Lookout (Osage) and Ponca Singers from the Heooska Society. Dancers: Pawhuska Inlonska members, visitors from the Osage Grayhorse and Hominy Drum Districts, the Ponca heooska and Otoe Elunska. In society performances, each war dance song is followed by a 'tail' restating the theme, during which only appointed 'Tail Dancers' may dance.

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General physical description: 00:42:44


Geographic Name(s): Pawhuska (Okla.)

Subject(s): Oto dance; Ponca dance; Osage Indians -- Music; Osage dance; Ponca Indians -- Music

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10-02. Red Eagle, Ed. Mashunkashey, John Henry. Lookout, Morris. Tindall, Raymond. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-.
Osage Inlonska Society ("Drum District") War Dance at Pawhuska: Evening performance (Tape 2) [Side B]
1974-06-131 .mp3; 00:01:27

Recorded at Inlonska Dance Arbor, 'Indian Village,' Pawhuska, June 13, 1974. Hosts: Pawhuska Drum District (Ed Red Eagle; Head Committeeman and speaker; John Henry Mashunkashey, Drumkeeper). Singers: Morris Lookout (Osage) and Ponca Singers from the Heooska Society. Dancers: Pawhuska Inlonska members, visitors from the Osage Grayhorse and Hominy Drum Districts, the Ponca heooska and Otoe Elunska. In society performances, each war dance song is followed by a 'tail' restating the theme, during which only appointed 'Tail Dancers' may dance.

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General physical description: 00:01:27


Geographic Name(s): Pawhuska (Okla.)

Subject(s): Ponca Indians -- Music; Oto dance; Ponca dance; Osage Indians -- Music; Osage dance

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:6331

Mss.Rec.107.Bushwhacker Nevada (Mo.) Bushwhacker Days Pow-Wow
 3 audiocassettes
11-01. Whittington, Ed. Dawes, Kevin. Coffey, Wallace. Bear, Sandy. White, Chris. Talleywema, Carl. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Mone, Sidney, Jr..
Nevada (Mo.) Bushwhacker Days Pow-Wow Evening War Dance (tape 1) [Side A]
1974-06-151 .mp3; 00:27:52

Hosts: Bushwhacker Pow-Wow Committee (White Hobbyists) (Ed Whittington, Chairman). Head Staff: Carl Talleywema (Hopi), Head Singer; A Northern-style drum--the 'Brave Scouts' led by Sidney Mone, Jr. (Pawnee/Otoe) alternates in this performance; Kevin Dawes (Ottowa/Sioux), Head Man Dancer; Sandy Bear (Quapaw), Head Lady Dancer; Wallace Coffey (Comanche) and Chris White (Delaware/Shawnee), MCs.

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Geographic Name(s): Nevada (Mo.)

Subject(s): Hopi Indians -- Music; Oto indians -- Music; Pawnee Indians -- Music; Dance -- Competitions; Ottawa Indians -- Music

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11-02. Dawes, Kevin. Coffey, Wallace. Bear, Sandy. White, Chris. Talleywema, Carl. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Mone, Sidney, Jr.. Whittington, Ed.
Nevada (Mo.) Bushwhacker Days Pow-Wow Evening War Dance (tape 1) [Side B]
1974-06-151 .mp3; 00:30:13

Hosts: Bushwhacker Pow-Wow Committee (White Hobbyists) (Ed Whittington, Chairman). Head Staff: Carl Talleywema (Hopi), Head Singer; A Northern-style drum--the 'Brave Scouts' led by Sidney Mone, Jr. (Pawnee/Otoe) alternates in this performance; Kevin Dawes (Ottowa/Sioux), Head Man Dancer; Sandy Bear (Quapaw), Head Lady Dancer; Wallace Coffey (Comanche) and Chris White (Delaware/Shawnee), MCs.

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Geographic Name(s): Nevada (Mo.)

Subject(s): Oto indians -- Music; Pawnee Indians -- Music; Ottawa Indians -- Music; Hopi Indians -- Music; Dance -- Competitions

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12-01. Whittington, Ed. Dawes, Kevin. Coffey, Wallace. Bear, Sandy. White, Chris. Talleywema, Carl. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Mone, Sidney, Jr..
Nevada (Mo.) Bushwhacker Days Pow-Wow Evening War Dance (tape 2) [Side A]
1974-06-151 .mp3; 00:29:49

Hosts: Bushwhacker Pow-Wow Committee (White Hobbyists) (Ed Whittington, Chairman). Head Staff: Carl Talleywema (Hopi), Head Singer; A Northern-style drum--the 'Brave Scouts' led by Sidney Mone, Jr. (Pawnee/Otoe) alternates in this performance; Kevin Dawes (Ottowa/Sioux), Head Man Dancer; Sandy Bear (Quapaw), Head Lady Dancer; Wallace Coffey (Comanche) and Chris White (Delaware/Shawnee), MCs.

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Geographic Name(s): Nevada (Mo.)

Subject(s): Ottawa Indians -- Music; Hopi Indians -- Music; Dance -- Competitions; Oto indians -- Music; Pawnee Indians -- Music

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12-02. Dawes, Kevin. Coffey, Wallace. Bear, Sandy. White, Chris. Talleywema, Carl. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Mone, Sidney, Jr.. Whittington, Ed.
Nevada (Mo.) Bushwhacker Days Pow-Wow Evening War Dance (tape 2) [Side B]
1974-06-151 .mp3; 00:16:01

Hosts: Bushwhacker Pow-Wow Committee (White Hobbyists) (Ed Whittington, Chairman). Head Staff: Carl Talleywema (Hopi), Head Singer; A Northern-style drum--the 'Brave Scouts' led by Sidney Mone, Jr. (Pawnee/Otoe) alternates in this performance; Kevin Dawes (Ottowa/Sioux), Head Man Dancer; Sandy Bear (Quapaw), Head Lady Dancer; Wallace Coffey (Comanche), and Chris White (Delaware/Shawnee) MCs.

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Geographic Name(s): Nevada (Mo.)

Subject(s): Dance -- Competitions; Oto indians -- Music; Ottawa Indians -- Music; Pawnee Indians -- Music; Hopi Indians -- Music

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13-01. Whittington, Ed. Blalock, Jim. Blalock, Billy Charles. Kinder, Steve. Dick, Beverly. Dawes, Kevin. Blalock, Joyce. White, Chris. Valier, Mary Louise. Runnels, Jean. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-.
Nevada (Mo.) Bushwhacker Days Pow-Wow: Stomp Dance Contest
1974-06-151 .mp3; 00:44:43

Recorded at Nevada Fair Ground, June 15, 1974). Hosts: Bushwhacker Pow-Wow Committee (White Hobbyists) (Ed Whittington, Chairman). Head Staff: Leaders and Shell-shakers as identified; Chris White (Delaware/Shawnee), M.C.

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Geographic Name(s): Nevada (Mo.)

Subject(s): Ottawa dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Comanche dance; Delaware dance; Shawnee dance

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Mss.Rec.107.Shawnee White Oak Shawnee Night Stomp Dance (Restricted)
 2 audiocassettes

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14-01. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Carpenter, Emmeline. Brown, Jess. Bob, Frank. Squirrel, James. Shawnee, Bill.
White Oak Shawnee Night Stomp Dance (tape 1) [Side A]
1974-06-221 .mp3; 00:29:59

Recorded at White Oak Ceremonial Ground, near White Oak, Oklahoma, June 22, 1974. Hosts: White Oak Shawnee Ceremonial Organization; Frank Bob; Chief Emmeline Carpenter, Head 'Old Lady'. Singers: Bill Shawnee (Shawnee/Delaware); James Squirrel (Shawnee); Jess Brown (Shawnee). Dancers: Shawnees from host ground, Delawares, Quapaws and Otoes from the 'Eight Tribes' of Ottawa County. Instruments: water drum, gourd rattles, (Lead Dance) leg shackles.

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Geographic Name(s): White Oak (Okla.)

Subject(s): Oto dance; Quapaw dance; Shawnee dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma

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14-02. Brown, Jess. Bob, Frank. Squirrel, James. Shawnee, Bill. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Carpenter, Emmeline.
White Oak Shawnee Night Stomp Dance (tape 1) [Side B]
1974-06-221 .mp3; 00:29:48

Recorded at White Oak Ceremonial Ground, near White Oak, Oklahoma, June 22, 1974. Hosts: White Oak Shawnee Ceremonial Organization; Frank Bob; Chief Emmeline Carpenter, Head 'Old Lady'. Singers: Bill Shawnee (Shawnee/Delaware); James Squirrel (Shawnee); Jess Brown (Shawnee). Dancers: Shawnees from host ground, Delawares, Quapaws and Otoes from the 'Eight Tribes' of Ottawa County. Instruments: water drum, gourd rattles, (Lead Dance) leg shackles.

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Geographic Name(s): White Oak (Okla.)

Subject(s): Oto dance; Quapaw dance; Shawnee dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma

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15-01. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Carpenter, Emmeline. Brown, Jess. Bob, Frank. Squirrel, James. Shawnee, Bill.
White Oak Shawnee Night Stomp Dance (tape 2)
1974-06-221 .mp3; 00:08:45

Recorded at White Oak Ceremonial Ground, near White Oak, Oklahoma, June 22, 1974. Hosts: White Oak Shawnee Ceremonial Organization; Frank Bob; Chief Emmeline Carpenter, Head 'Old Lady'. Singers: Bill Shawnee (Shawnee/Delaware); James Squirrel (Shawnee); Jess Brown (Shawnee). Dancers: Shawnees from host ground, Delawares, Quapaws and Otoes from the 'Eight Tribes' of Ottawa County. Instruments: water drum, gourd rattles, (Lead Dance) leg shackles.

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Geographic Name(s): White Oak (Okla.)

Subject(s): Shawnee dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Oto dance; Quapaw dance

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Mss.Rec.107.Ponca Albert Watters (Ponca) Birthday Dance (Restricted)
 2 audiocassettes
16-01. Watters, Albert. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Mokai, Len. Jones, Sharon. Conklin, Abe. Buffalo Head, Harry.
Albert Watters (Ponca) Birthday Dance: Afternoon Gourd Dance [Side A]
1974-06-291 .mp3; 00:30:36

Recorded at Gives Water Hall Dance Arbor, near White Eagle, Oklahoma, on June 29, 1974. Hosts: Albert Watters Family, in honor of the birthday of the dean of Ponca War Dance Singers. Singers: Harry Buffalo Head (Ponca), Head Singer, others singers are Poncas. Dancers: Ponca City Inter-tribal Gourd Dance Society.

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Geographic Name(s): Kay County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Ponca Indians -- Music; Birthday parties; Ponca dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma

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16-02. Mokai, Len. Jones, Sharon. Conklin, Abe. Buffalo Head, Harry. Watters, Albert. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-.
Albert Watters (Ponca) Birthday Dance: Afternoon Gourd Dance [Side B]
1974-06-291 .mp3; 00:30:10

Recorded at Gives Water Hall Dance Arbor, near White Eagle, Oklahoma, on June 29, 1974. Hosts: Albert Watters Family, in honor of the birthday of the dean of Ponca War Dance Singers. Singers: Harry Buffalo Head (Ponca), Head Singer, others singers are Poncas. Dancers: Ponca City Inter-tribal Gourd Dance Society.

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Geographic Name(s): Kay County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Ponca Indians -- Music; Birthday parties; Ponca dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma

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17-01. Conklin, Abe. Buffalo Head, Harry. Watters, Albert. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Mokai, Len. Jones, Sharon.
Albert Watters (Ponca) Birthday Dance: Evening Gourd Dance and War Dance [Side A]
1974-06-291 .mp3; 00:29:57

Recorded at Gives Water Hall Dance Arbor, near White Eagle, Oklahoma, on June 29, 1974. Hosts: Albert Watters Family, in honor of the birthday of the dean of Ponca War Dance Singers. Head Staff: Harry Buffalo Head (Ponca) Head Singer. Gourd Dancers: Ponca City Inter-Tribal Gourd Dance Society; Abe Conklin (Ponca), Head Man Dancer; Sharon Jones (Ponca), Head Lady Dancer; Len Mokai (Comanche), M.C.

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Geographic Name(s): Kay County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Ponca dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Ponca Indians -- Music; Birthday parties

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17-02. Watters, Albert. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Mokai, Len. Jones, Sharon. Conklin, Abe. Buffalo Head, Harry.
Albert Watters (Ponca) Birthday Dance: Evening Gourd Dance and War Dance [Side B]
1974-06-291 .mp3; 00:28:49

Recorded at Gives Water Hall Dance Arbor, near White Eagle, Oklahoma, on June 29, 1974. Hosts: Albert Watters Family, in honor of the birthday of the dean of Ponca War Dance Singers. Head Staff: Harry Buffalo Head (Ponca) Head Singer. Gourd Dancers: Ponca City Inter-Tribal Gourd Dance Society; Abe Conklin (Ponca), Head Man Dancer; Sharon Jones (Ponca), Head Lady Dancer; Len Mokai (Comanche), M.C.

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Geographic Name(s): Kay County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Ponca Indians -- Music; Birthday parties; Ponca dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma

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Mss.Rec.107.Otoe Otoe Elunska Benefit (Restricted)
 1 audiocassette

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18-01. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-.
Otoe Elunska Benefit Hand Game [Side A]
1974-06-301 .mp3; 00:28:23

Hosts: Otoe Elunska Society, to raise funds for purchase of a public address system for society dances. Each game is followed by a victory Round Dance for the winning side, after which contributions are made to the hosts.

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Geographic Name(s): Red Rock (Okla.)

Subject(s): Round dancing; Oto dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma

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18-02. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-.
Otoe Elunska Benefit Hand Game [Side B]
1974-06-301 .mp3; 00:28:37

Hosts: Otoe Elunska Society, to raise funds for purchase of a public address system for society dances. Each game is followed by a victory Round Dance for the winning side, after which contributions are made to the hosts.

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Geographic Name(s): Red Rock (Okla.)

Subject(s): Round dancing; Oto dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma

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Mss.Rec.107.Quapaw Quapaw Pow-Wow
 4 audiocassettes
19-01. Dawes, Charles. Rush, Joe. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Kowell, JoKay. Gilmore, Harry. Wilson, Carrie Vee. Skye, Lenny.
Quapaw Pow-Wow: Evening War Dance (tape 1) [Side A]
1974-07-041 .mp3; 00:29:51

Recorded at Beaver Springs ('Devil's Promenade') ground, near Quapaw, Oklahoma, July 4, 1974). Hosts: Quapaw Pow-Wow Committee (Harry Gilmore, Chairman). Head Staff: Joe Rush (Ponca), Head Singer; (Other singers are Ponca); Lenny Skye (Quapaw/Peoria), Head Man Dancer; Carrie Vee Wilson (Quapaw), Head Lady Dancer; JoKay Dowell (Quapaw), Princess; Charles Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), M.C.

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Geographic Name(s): Quapaw (Okla.)

Subject(s): Ponca Indians -- Music; Dance -- Competitions; Quapaw dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma

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19-02. Wilson, Carrie Vee. Skye, Lenny. Rush, Joe. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Kowell, JoKay. Gilmore, Harry. Dawes, Charles.
Quapaw Pow-Wow: Evening War Dance (tape 1) [Side B]
1974-07-041 .mp3; 00:27:37

Recorded at: Beaver Springs ('Devil's Promenade') ground, near Quapaw, Oklahoma, July 4, 1974. Hosts: Quapaw Pow-Wow Committee (Harry Gilmore, Chairman). Head Staff: Joe Rush (Ponca), Head Singer; other singers are Ponca; Lenny Skye (Quapaw/Peoria), Head Man Dancer; Carrie Vee Wilson (Quapaw), Head Lady Dancer; JoKay Dowell (Quapaw), Princess; Charles Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), M.C.

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Geographic Name(s): Quapaw (Okla.)

Subject(s): Dance -- Competitions; Ponca Indians -- Music; Quapaw dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma

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20-01. Kowell, JoKay. Gilmore, Harry. Dawes, Charles. Wilson, Carrie Vee. Skye, Lenny. Rush, Joe. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-.
Quapaw Pow-Wow: Evening War Dance (tape 2)
1974-07-041 .mp3; 00:31:12

Recorded at Beaver Springs ('Devil's Promenade') ground, near Quapaw, Oklahoma, July 4, 1974. Hosts: Quapaw Pow-Wow Committee (Harry Gilmore, Chairman). Head Staff: Joe Rush (Ponca), Head Singer; other singers are Ponca; Lenny Skye (Quapaw/Peoria), Head Man Dancer; Carrie Vee Wilson (Quapaw), Head Lady Dancer; JoKay Dowell (Quapaw), Princess; Charles Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), M.C.

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Geographic Name(s): Quapaw (Okla.)

Subject(s): Quapaw dance; Dance -- Competitions; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Ponca Indians -- Music

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21-01. Skye, Lenny. Rush, Joe. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Kowell, JoKay. Wilson, Carrie Vee. Gilmore, Harry. Dawes, Charles.
Quapaw Pow-Wow: Evening War Dance [Side A]
1974-07-051 .mp3; 00:40:40

Recorded at: Beaver Springs ('Devil's Promenade') ground, near Quapaw, Oklahoma, July 5, 1974. Hosts: Quapaw Pow-Wow Committee (Harry Gilmore, Chairman). Head Staff: Joe Rush (Ponca), Head Singer; other singers are Ponca; Lenny Skye (Quapaw/Peoria), Head Man Dancer; Carrie Vee Wilson (Quapaw), Head Lady Dancer; JoKay Dowell (Quapaw), Princess; Charles Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), M.C.

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Geographic Name(s): Quapaw (Okla.)

Subject(s): Powwows -- Oklahoma; Dance -- Competitions; Ponca Indians -- Music; Quapaw dance

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21-02. Dawes, Charles. Rush, Joe. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Kowell, JoKay. Gilmore, Harry. Wilson, Carrie Vee. Skye, Lenny.
Quapaw Pow-Wow: Evening War Dance [Side B]
1974-07-051 .mp3; 00:44:14

Recorded at: Beaver Springs ('Devil's Promenade') ground, near Quapaw, Oklahoma, July 5, 1974). Hosts: Quapaw Pow-Wow Committee (Harry Gilmore, Chairman). Head Staff: Joe Rush (Ponca), Head Singer; other singers are Ponca; Lenny Skye (Quapaw/Peoria), Head Man Dancer; Carrie Vee Wilson (Quapaw), Head Lady Dancer; JoKay Dowell (Quapaw), Princess; Charles Dawes (Ottawa/Sioux), M.C.

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Geographic Name(s): Quapaw (Okla.)

Subject(s): Quapaw dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Dance -- Competitions; Ponca Indians -- Music

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22-01. Kinder, Kenny. Adkins, Vernon. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Longhorn, Wayne. Kinder, Steve.
Quapaw Pow-Wow: Stomp Dance Contest [Side A]
1974-07-051 .mp3; 00:44:02

Recorded at Beaver Springs ('Devil's Promenade') ground, near Quapaw, Oklahoma, July 5, 1974, by Kenny Kinder (Peoria). Leaders and shell-shakers as identified. Almost all participants are Quapaws and others of the 'Eight Tribes' of Ottawa County, and Shawnees and the Whiteoak and Little Axe Grounds.

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Geographic Name(s): Quapaw (Okla.)

Subject(s): Shawnee Indians -- Music; Shawnee dance; Quapaw dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Dance -- Competitions

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22-02. Vailer, George. Runnels, Jean. Gibson, Elsie. Dick, Bill. Dick, Beverly. Blalock, Billy Charles. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. McClellan, Patsy. LongHorn, Bruce. Kinder, Kenny.
Quapaw Pow-Wow: Stomp Dance Contest [Side B]
1974-07-051 .mp3; 00:44:22

Recorded at: Beaver Springs ('Devil's Promenade') ground, near Quapaw, Oklahoma, July 5, 1974, by Kenny Kinder (Peoria). Leaders and shell-shakers as identified. Almost all participants are Quapaws and others of the 'Eight Tribes' of Ottawa County, and Shawnees and the Whiteoak and Little Axe Grounds.

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Geographic Name(s): Quapaw (Okla.)

Subject(s): Quapaw dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Dance -- Competitions; Shawnee Indians -- Music; Shawnee dance

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Mss.Rec.107.ArapahoStarhawk Arapaho Starhawk Society Pow-Wow (Restricted)
 3 audiocassettes

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23-01. Sankey, Scotty. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Orange, Jannelle. Hunter, Harrison. Young Bear, Sam. Wilson, Danny Lee. Sutton, Marcella. Sleeper, Stanley. Good Bear, Howard.
Arapaho Starhawk (Gourd Dance) Society Pow-Wow: Afternoon Gourd Dance [Side A]
1974-08-031 .mp3; 00:29:48

Recorded at Barefoot Park, near Canton, Oklahoma, August 3, 1974. Hosts: Starhawk Society (Stanley Sleeper, Chairman). Head Staff: Harrison Hunter (Sac and Fox), Head Singer; Other singers are Cheyenne, Caddo, Kiowa; Danny Lee Wilson (Delaware/Arapaho), Head Man Dancer; Jannelle Orange (Arapaho), Head Lady Dancer; Scotty Sankey (Arapaho), Head Little Boy Dancer; Marcella Sutton (Arapaho), Head Little Girl Dancer; Howard Good Bear and Sam Young Bear (Cheyenne/Arapaho), MCs.

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Geographic Name(s): Canton (Okla.)

Subject(s): Fox dance; Caddo Indians -- Music; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Cheyenne Indians -- Music; Kiowa Indians -- Music

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23-02. Hunter, Harrison. Good Bear, Howard. Sleeper, Stanley. Sankey, Scotty. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Orange, Jannelle. Young Bear, Sam. Wilson, Danny Lee. Sutton, Marcella.
Arapaho Starhawk (Gourd Dance) Society Pow-Wow: Afternoon Gourd Dance [Side B]
1974-08-031 .mp3; 00:30:00

Recorded at Barefoot Park, near Canton, Oklahoma, August 3, 1974. Hosts: Starhawk Society (Stanley Sleeper, Chairman). Head Staff: Harrison Hunter (Sac and Fox), Head Singer; Other singers are Cheyenne, Caddo, Kiowa; Danny Lee Wilson (Delaware/Arapaho), Head Man Dancer; Jannelle Orange (Arapaho), Head Lady Dancer; Scotty Sankey (Arapaho), Head Little Boy Dancer; Marcella Sutton (Arapaho), Head Little Girl Dancer; Howard Good Bear and Sam Young Bear (Cheyenne/Arapaho), MCs.

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Geographic Name(s): Canton (Okla.)

Subject(s): Caddo Indians -- Music; Cheyenne Indians -- Music; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Fox dance; Kiowa Indians -- Music

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24-01. Sutton, Marcella. Sleeper, Stanley. Sankey, Scotty. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Young Bear, Sam. Wilson, Danny Lee. Orange, Jannelle. Hunter, Harrison. Good Bear, Howard.
Arapaho Starhawk Society Pow-Wow: Evening Gourd Dance and War Dance [Side A]
1974-08-031 .mp3; 00:30:55

Recorded at Barefoot Park, near Canton, Oklahoma, August 3, 1974. Hosts: Starhawk Society (Stanley Sleeper, Chairman). Head Staff: Harrison Hunter (Sac and Fox), Head Singer; Other singers are Cheyenne, Caddo, Kiowa; Danny Lee Wilson (Delaware/Arapaho), Head Man Dancer; Jannelle Orange (Arapaho), Head Lady Dancer; Scotty Sankey (Arapaho), Head Little Boy Dancer; Marcella Sutton (Arapaho), Head Little Girl Dancer; Howard Good Bear and Sam Young Bear (Cheyenne/Arapaho), MCs.

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Geographic Name(s): Canton (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne Indians -- Music; Kiowa Indians -- Music; Caddo Indians -- Music; Fox dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma

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24-02. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Orange, Jannelle. Hunter, Harrison. Good Bear, Howard. Wilson, Danny Lee. Sutton, Marcella. Sleeper, Stanley. Sankey, Scotty. Young Bear, Sam.
Arapaho Starhawk Society Pow-Wow: Evening Gourd Dance and War Dance [Side B]
1974-08-031 .mp3; 00:30:45

Recorded at Barefoot Park, near Canton, Oklahoma, August 3, 1974. Hosts: Starhawk Society (Stanley Sleeper, Chairman). Head Staff: Harrison Hunter (Sac and Fox), Head Singer. Other singers are Cheyenne, Caddo, Kiowa. Danny Lee Wilson (Delaware/Arapaho), Head Man Dancer. Jannelle Orange (Arapaho), Head Lady Dancer. Scotty Sankey (Arapaho), Head Little Boy Dancer. Marcella Sutton (Arapaho), Head Little Girl Dancer. Howard Good Bear and Sam Young Bear (Cheyenne/Arapaho), MCs.

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Geographic Name(s): Canton (Okla.)

Subject(s): Caddo Indians -- Music; Kiowa Indians -- Music; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Fox dance; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

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25-01. Young Bear, Sam. Wilson, Danny Lee. Sutton, Marcella. Sleeper, Stanley. Good Bear, Howard. Fan Man, David. Sankey, Scotty. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Orange, Jannelle. Hunter, Harrison.
Arapaho Starhawk Society Pow-Wow: Afternoon Gourd Dance
1974-08-041 .mp3; 00:22:13

Recorded at Barefoot Park, near Canton, Oklahoma, August 4, 1974. Hosts: Starhawk Society (Stanley Sleeper, Chairman). Head Staff: Harrison Hunter (Sac and Fox), Head Singer; Other singers are Cheyenne, Caddo, Kiowa; Danny Lee Wilson (Delaware/Arapaho), Head Man Dancer; Jannelle Orange (Arapaho), Head Lady Dancer; Scotty Sankey (Arapaho), Head Little Boy Dancer; Marcella Sutton (Arapaho), Head Little Girl Dancer; Howard Good Bear and Sam Young Bear (Cheyenne/Arapaho), MCs; David Fan Man (Arapaho), substitute MC.

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Geographic Name(s): Canton (Okla.)

Subject(s): Caddo Indians -- Music; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Fox dance; Cheyenne Indians -- Music; Kiowa Indians -- Music

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Mss.Rec.107.Kihekah Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow
 5 audiocassettes

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26-01. Good Eagle, Ronnie. Brumley, Renae. St. John, Perce. Rush, Joe. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Red Eagle, Ed. Wilson, Carrie Vee. Webb, Gerry.
Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow: Evening War Dance [Side A]
1974-08-091 .mp3; 00:28:15

Recorded at Skiatook Community Center, Skiatook, Oklahoma, August 9, 1974. Hosts: Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow Club (Perce St. John, Chairman) (Members predominantly Osage). Head Staff: Joe Rush (Ponca), Head Singer; Ronnie Good Eagle (Osage/Sac and Fox/Comanche), Head Man Dancer; Carrie Vee Wilson (Quapaw), Head Lady Dancer; Renae Brumley (Osage), Princess; Ed Red Eagle and Gerry Webb (Cherokee/Creek), MCs.

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General physical description: 00:28:15


Geographic Name(s): Skiatook (Okla.)

Subject(s): Dance -- Competitions; Fox dance; Osage dance; Ponca Indians -- Music; Powwows -- Oklahoma

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26-02. Wilson, Carrie Vee. Webb, Gerry. Good Eagle, Ronnie. Brumley, Renae. St. John, Perce. Rush, Joe. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Red Eagle, Ed.
Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow: Evening War Dance [Side B]
1974-08-091 .mp3; 00:28:47

Recorded at Skiatook Community Center, Skiatook, Oklahoma, August 9, 1974. Hosts: Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow Club (Perce St. John, Chairman) (Members predominantly Osage). Head Staff: Joe Rush (Ponca), Head Singer; Ronnie Good Eagle (Osage/Sac and Fox/Comanche), Head Man Dancer; Carrie Vee Wilson (Quapaw), Head Lady Dancer; Renae Brumley (Osage), Princess; Ed Red Eagle and Gerry Webb (Cherokee/Creek), MCs.

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General physical description: 00:28:47


Geographic Name(s): Skiatook (Okla.)

Subject(s): Osage dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Ponca Indians -- Music; Dance -- Competitions; Fox dance

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27-01. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. St. John, Perce. Rush, Joe.
Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow: Afternoon Gourd Dance [Side A]
1974-08-101 .mp3; 00:29:47

Recorded at Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow Ground, near Skiatook, Oklahoma, August 10, 1974. Hosts: Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow Club (Perce St. John, Chairman) (Members predominantly Osage). Singers: Joe Rush (Ponca), Head Singer, other singers are Ponca. Invited Dancers: Kiowa Gourd Clan. M.C. unidentified.

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Geographic Name(s): Skiatook (Okla.)

Subject(s): Powwows -- Oklahoma; Ponca Indians -- Music; Dance -- Competitions; Osage dance

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27-02. St. John, Perce. Rush, Joe. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-.
Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow: Afternoon Gourd Dance [Side B]
1974-08-101 .mp3; 00:26:55

Recorded at Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow Ground, near Skiatook, Oklahoma, August 10, 1974. Hosts: Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow Club (Perce St. John, Chairman) (Members predominantly Osage). Singers: Joe Rush (Ponca), Head Singer, other singers are Ponca. Invited Dancers: Kiowa Gourd Clan. M.C. unidentified.

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Geographic Name(s): Skiatook (Okla.)

Subject(s): Dance -- Competitions; Ponca Indians -- Music; Osage dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma

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28-01. St. John, Perce. Rush, Joe. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-.
Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow: Evening Gourd and War Dance (tape 1) [Side A]
1974-08-101 .mp3; 00:30:05

Recorded at Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow Ground, near Skiatook, Oklahoma, August 10, 1974. Hosts: Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow Club (Perce St. John, Chairman) (Members predominantly Osage). Singers: Joe Rush (Ponca), Head Singer, other singers are Ponca. Kiowa Gourd Clan, invited Gourd Dancers. M.C. unidentified.

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Geographic Name(s): Skiatook (Okla.)

Subject(s): Osage dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Ponca Indians -- Music; Dance -- Competitions

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28-02. St. John, Perce. Rush, Joe. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-.
Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow: Evening Gourd and War Dance (tape 1) [Side B]
1974-08-101 .mp3; 00:30:22

Recorded at Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow Ground, near Skiatook, Oklahoma, August 10, 1974. Hosts: Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow Club (Perce St. John, Chairman) (Members predominantly Osage). Singers: Joe Rush (Ponca), Head Singer, other singers are Ponca. Kiowa Gourd Clan, invited Gourd Dancers. M.C. unidentified.

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Geographic Name(s): Skiatook (Okla.)

Subject(s): Powwows -- Oklahoma; Dance -- Competitions; Ponca Indians -- Music; Osage dance

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29-01. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. St. John, Perce. Rush, Joe.
Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow: Evening Gourd and War Dance (tape 2) [Side A]
1974-08-101 .mp3; 00:29:16

Recorded at Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow Ground, near Skiatook, Oklahoma, August 10-11, 1974). Hosts: Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow Club (Perce St. John, Chairman). Head Staff: Joe Rush (Ponca), Head Singer, other singers are Ponca. Invited Dancers: Kiowa Gourd Clan. M.C. unidentified.

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Geographic Name(s): Skiatook (Okla.)

Subject(s): Dance -- Competitions; Osage dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Ponca Indians -- Music

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29-02. St. John, Perce. Rush, Joe. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-.
Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow: Evening Gourd and War Dance (tape 2) [Side B]
1974-08-101 .mp3; 00:30:15

Recorded at Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow Ground, near Skiatook, Oklahoma, August 10-11, 1974. Hosts: Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow Club (Perce St. John, Chairman). Head Staff: Joe Rush (Ponca), Head Singer, other singers are Ponca. Invited Dancers: Kiowa Gourd Clan. M.C. unidentified.

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Geographic Name(s): Skiatook (Okla.)

Subject(s): Osage dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Dance -- Competitions; Ponca Indians -- Music

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30-01. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Red Eagle, Ed. Good Eagle, Ronnie. Brumley, Renae. Wilson, Carrie Vee. Webb, Gerry. St. John, Perce. Rush, Joe.
Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow: Evening War Dance
1974-08-111 .mp3; 00:30:21

Recorded at Skiatook Community Center, Skiatook, Oklahoma, August 11, 1974. Hosts: Kihekah Steh Pow-Wow Club (Perce St. John, Chairman). Head Staff: Joe Rush (Ponca), Head Singer; Ronnie Good Eagle (Osage/Sac and Fox/Comanche), Head Man Dancer; Carrie Vee Wilson (Quapaw), Head Lady Dancer; Renae Brumley (Osage), Princess; Ed Red Eagle and Gerry Webb (Cherokee/Creek), MCs.

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Geographic Name(s): Skiatook (Okla.)

Subject(s): Osage Indians -- Music; Osage dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Dance -- Competitions; Ponca dance

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Mss.Rec.107.Seneca-Cayuga Seneca-Cayuga Green Corn (Restricted)
 6 audiocassettes

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31-01. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Diebold, Ruby. White, Dutch. White, Bob. Thomas, Frank. Shawnee, Bill.
Seneca-Cayuga Green Corn: Ceremonial and Stomp Dance (tape 1) [Side A]
1974-08-121 .mp3; 00:29:41

Recorded at Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Ground, Cowskin River, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, August 12, 1974. Hosts: Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Organization (Bob White, Chief and Speaker). Principal Singers: Bob White (Seneca-Cayuga); Dutch White (Seneca-Cayuga); Frank Thomas (Eastern Iriquois, tribe uncertain); Bill Shawnee (Shawnee/Delaware). Other Singers and Dancers: members of the host ground, other "Eight Tribes" of Ottawa County, Shawnees from White Oak Ground, visiting Eastern Seneca and Cayuga from Grand River and New York State Reservations. Instruments: water drum, claves, horn and gourd rattles, (ceremonial) snapping turtle rattle, (Lead Dance) can or turtle shell, leg shackles.

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General physical description: 00:29:41


Geographic Name(s): Ottawa County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cayuga Indians -- Music; Seneca Indians -- Music; Cayuga dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Seneca dance

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31-02. Thomas, Frank. Shawnee, Bill. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. White, Dutch. White, Bob.
Seneca-Cayuga Green Corn: Ceremonial and Stomp Dance (tape 1) [Side B]
1974-08-121 .mp3; 00:29:08

Recorded at Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Ground, Cowskin River, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, August 12, 1974. Hosts: Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Organization (Bob White, Chief and Speaker). Principal Singers: Bob White (Seneca-Cayuga); Dutch White (Seneca-Cayuga); Frank Thomas (Eastern Iriquois, tribe uncertain); Bill Shawnee (Shawnee/Delaware). Other Singers and Dancers: members of the host ground, other "Eight Tribes" of Ottawa County, Shawnees from White Oak Ground, visiting Eastern Seneca and Cayuga from Grand River and New York State Reservations. Instruments: water drum, claves, horn and gourd rattles, (ceremonial) snapping turtle rattle, (Lead Dance) can or turtle shell, leg shackles.

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Geographic Name(s): Ottawa County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cayuga dance; Seneca dance; Cayuga Indians -- Music; Seneca Indians -- Music; Powwows -- Oklahoma

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32-01. White, Bob. Thomas, Frank. Shawnee, Bill. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. White, Dutch.
Seneca-Cayuga Green Corn: Ceremonial and Stomp Dance (tape 2) [Side A]
1974-08-121 .mp3; 00:29:44

Recorded at: Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Ground, Cowskin River, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, August 12, 1974. Hosts: Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Organization (Bob White, Chief and Speaker). Principal Singers: Bob White (Seneca-Cayuga); Dutch White (Seneca-Cayuga); Frank Thomas (Eastern Iriquois, tribe uncertain); Bill Shawnee (Shawnee/Delaware). Other Singers and Dancers: members of the host ground, other "Eight Tribes" of Ottawa County, Shawnees from White Oak Ground, visiting Eastern Seneca and Cayuga from Grand River and New York State Reservations. Instruments: water drum, claves, horn and gourd rattles, (ceremonial) snapping turtle rattle, (Lead Dance) can or turtle shell, leg shackles.

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Geographic Name(s): Ottawa County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Powwows -- Oklahoma; Seneca dance; Cayuga dance; Cayuga Indians -- Music; Seneca Indians -- Music

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32-02. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. White, Dutch. White, Bob. Thomas, Frank. Shawnee, Bill.
Seneca-Cayuga Green Corn: Ceremonial and Stomp Dance (tape 2) [Side B]
1974-08-121 .mp3; 00:29:42

Recorded at Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Ground, Cowskin River, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, August 12, 1974. Hosts: Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Organization (Bob White, Chief and Speaker). Principal Singers: Bob White (Seneca-Cayuga); Dutch White (Seneca-Cayuga); Frank Thomas (Eastern Iriquois, tribe uncertain); Bill Shawnee (Shawnee/Delaware). Other Singers and Dancers: members of the host ground, other "Eight Tribes" of Ottawa County, Shawnees from White Oak Ground, visiting Eastern Seneca and Cayuga from Grand River and New York State Reservations. Instruments: water drum, claves, horn and gourd rattles, (ceremonial) snapping turtle rattle, (Lead Dance) can or turtle shell, leg shackles.

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Geographic Name(s): Ottawa County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cayuga dance; Seneca dance; Seneca Indians -- Music; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Cayuga Indians -- Music

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33-01. Shawnee, Bill. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. White, Dutch. White, Bob. Thomas, Frank.
Seneca-Cayuga Green Corn: Ceremonial and Stomp Dance (tape 1) [Side A]
1974-08-131 .mp3; 00:29:27

Recorded at Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Ground, Cowskin River, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, August 13, 1974. Hosts: Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Organization (Bob White, Chief and Speaker). Principal Singers: Bob White (Seneca-Cayuga); Dutch White (Seneca-Cayuga); Frank Thomas (Eastern Iriquois, tribe uncertain); Bill Shawnee (Shawnee/Delaware). Other Singers and Dancers: members of the host ground, other "Eight Tribes" of Ottawa County, Shawnees from White Oak Ground, visiting Eastern Seneca and Cayuga from Grand River and New York State Reservations. Instruments: water drum, claves, horn and gourd rattles, (ceremonial) snapping turtle rattle, (Lead Dance) can or turtle shell, leg shackles.

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Geographic Name(s): Ottawa County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cayuga dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Cayuga Indians -- Music; Seneca dance; Seneca Indians -- Music

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33-02. Thomas, Frank. Shawnee, Bill. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. White, Dutch. White, Bob.
Seneca-Cayuga Green Corn: Ceremonial and Stomp Dance (tape 1) [Side B]
1974-08-131 .mp3; 00:29:41

Recorded at Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Ground, Cowskin River, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, August 13, 1974. Hosts: Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Organization (Bob White, Chief and Speaker). Principal Singers: Bob White (Seneca-Cayuga); Dutch White (Seneca-Cayuga); Frank Thomas (Eastern Iriquois, tribe uncertain); Bill Shawnee (Shawnee/Delaware). Other Singers and Dancers: members of the host ground, other "Eight Tribes" of Ottawa County, Shawnees from White Oak Ground, visiting Eastern Seneca and Cayuga from Grand River and New York State Reservations. Instruments: water drum, claves, horn and gourd rattles, (ceremonial) snapping turtle rattle, (Lead Dance) can or turtle shell, leg shackles.

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Geographic Name(s): Ottawa County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music; Cayuga dance; Cayuga Indians -- Music; Seneca dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma

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34-01. White, Dutch. White, Bob. Thomas, Frank. Shawnee, Bill. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-.
Seneca-Cayuga Green Corn: Ceremonial and Stomp Dance (tape 2) [Side A]
1974-08-131 .mp3; 00:29:39

Recorded at: Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Ground, Cowskin River, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, August 13, 1974. Hosts: Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Organization (Bob White, Chief and Speaker). Principal Singers: Bob White (Seneca-Cayuga); Dutch White (Seneca-Cayuga); Frank Thomas (Eastern Iriquois, tribe uncertain); Bill Shawnee (Shawnee/Delaware). Other Singers and Dancers: members of the host ground, other "Eight Tribes" of Ottawa County, Shawnees from White Oak Ground, visiting Eastern Seneca and Cayuga from Grand River and New York State Reservations. Instruments: water drum, claves, horn and gourd rattles, (ceremonial) snapping turtle rattle, (Lead Dance) can or turtle shell, leg shackles.

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Geographic Name(s): Ottawa County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cayuga dance; Seneca Indians -- Music; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Cayuga Indians -- Music; Seneca dance

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34-02. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. White, Dutch. White, Bob. Thomas, Frank. Shawnee, Bill.
Seneca-Cayuga Green Corn: Ceremonial and Stomp Dance (tape 2) [Side B]
1974-08-131 .mp3; 00:13:59

Recorded at Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Ground, Cowskin River, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, August 13, 1974. Hosts: Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Organization (Bob White, Chief and Speaker). Principal Singers: Bob White (Seneca-Cayuga); Dutch White (Seneca-Cayuga); Frank Thomas (Eastern Iriquois, tribe uncertain); Bill Shawnee (Shawnee/Delaware). Other Singers and Dancers: members of the host ground, other "Eight Tribes" of Ottawa County, Shawnees from White Oak Ground, visiting Eastern Seneca and Cayuga from Grand River and New York State Reservations. Instruments: water drum, claves, horn and gourd rattles, (ceremonial) snapping turtle rattle, (Lead Dance) can or turtle shell, leg shackles.

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Geographic Name(s): Ottawa County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Cayuga dance; Seneca dance; Cayuga Indians -- Music

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35-01. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Dougherty, Steve. Dick, Bill. Blalock, Jim. White, Chris. White, Bob. Vailer, George.
Seneca-Cayuga Green Corn: "Visitor's Night" War Dance [side A]
1974-08-151 .mp3; 00:29:52

Recorded at Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Ground, Cowskin River, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, August 15, 1974. Hosts: Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Organization (Bob White, Chief and Speaker). Singers: Chris White (Shawnee/Delaware), leader; Bill Dick (Shawnee), Steve Dougherty (Shawnee), George Valier (Shawnee), Jay Blalock (Shawnee). No head staff was appointed, as this dance is a mini sequel or adjunct to the Green Corn Ceremony.

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General physical description: 00:29:52


Geographic Name(s): Ottawa County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Seneca dance; Ponca Indians -- Music

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35-02. Dougherty, Steve. Dick, Bill. Blalock, Jim. White, Chris. White, Bob. Vailer, George. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-.
Seneca-Cayuga Green Corn: "Visitor's Night" War Dance [side B]
1974-08-151 .mp3; 00:29:44

Recorded at Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Ground, Cowskin River, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, August 15, 1974. Hosts: Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Organization (Bob White, Chief and Speaker). Singers: Chris White (Shawnee/Delaware), leader; Bill Dick (Shawnee), Steve Dougherty (Shawnee), George Valier (Shawnee), Jay Blalock (Shawnee). No head staff was appointed, as this dance is a mini sequel or adjunct to the Green Corn Ceremony.

Restrictions on Access: This recording has been designated as potentially culturally sensitive or private. Reproduction and remote access is restricted. Please consult the Curator of Native American Materials for more information.

Location of originals: This file is a compressed, digitized version of the original. The APS Library maintains the original format (Audiocassette) as well as an uncompressed digitized version of this recording.

General physical description: 00:29:44


Geographic Name(s): Ottawa County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Ponca Indians -- Music; Seneca dance; Seneca Indians -- Music; Powwows -- Oklahoma

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36-01. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Rains, Monty. Kinder, Steve. Dunberg, Paul. White, Bob. White Eagle, Mose. Urguhart, Bun. Sumpka, Robert. White, Chris. Blackbird, Thomas. Blackbird, John.
Seneca-Cayuga Green Corn: "Visitor's Night" Stomp Dance [side A]
1974-08-151 .mp3; 00:42:57

Recorded at Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Ground, Cowskin River, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, August 15, 1974. Hosts: Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Organization (Bob White, Chief and Speaker). Singers: Chris White (Shawnee/Delaware), leader; Bill Dick (Shawnee), Steve Dougherty (Shawnee), George Valier (Shawnee), Jay Blalock (Shawnee). No head staff was appointed, as this dance is a mini sequel or adjunct to the Green Corn Ceremony.

Restrictions on Access: This recording has been designated as potentially culturally sensitive or private. Reproduction and remote access is restricted. Please consult the Curator of Native American Materials for more information.

Location of originals: This file is a compressed, digitized version of the original. The APS Library maintains the original format (Audiocassette) as well as an uncompressed digitized version of this recording.

General physical description: 00:42:57


Geographic Name(s): Ottawa County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Creek dance; Shawnee dance; Powwows -- Oklahoma; Cherokee dance

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36-02. Blalock, Jay. Valier, George. Roark-Calnek, Sue N., 1936-. Dougherty, Steve. Dick, Bill. White, Chris. White, Bob.
Seneca-Cayuga Green Corn: "Visitor's Night" Stomp Dance [side B]
1974-08-151 .mp3; 00:06:07

Recorded at Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Ground, Cowskin River, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, August 15, 1974. Hosts: Seneca-Cayuga Ceremonial Organization (Bob White, Chief and Speaker). Singers: Chris White (Shawnee/Delaware), leader; Bill Dick (Shawnee), Steve Dougherty (Shawnee), George Valier (Shawnee), Jay Blalock (Shawnee). No head staff was appointed, as this dance is a mini sequel or adjunct to the Green Corn Ceremony.

Restrictions on Access: This recording has been designated as potentially culturally sensitive or private. Reproduction and remote access is restricted. Please consult the Curator of Native American Materials for more information.

Location of originals: This file is a compressed, digitized version of the original. The APS Library maintains the original format (Audiocassette) as well as an uncompressed digitized version of this recording.

General physical description: 00:06:07


Geographic Name(s): Ottawa County (Okla.)

Subject(s): Powwows -- Oklahoma; Stomp dance

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:5727