Mandan-Hidatsa Ethnohistory and Linguistics

Mss.Rec.81

Date: 1969 | Size: 19 reel(s)

Abstract

Primarily consists of autobiographical stories, creation stories, and medicine stories collected by Alfred W. Bowers in earlier decades. The stories are read in segments in Bowers' English translation to two native consultants, who then translate the material into both Mandan and Hidatsa, or occasionally into either Mandan or Hidatsa alone. A small number of stories are told in Mandan only. Also includes English discussions of the Mandan and Hidatsa domestic life, material culture, personal reminscences, and histories of the Crow-Flies-High Band and the Fort Buford and Fort Berthold settlements. Bowers' original table of contents also available. Recorded at Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, North Dakota, in 1969.

Scope and content

A large portion of the recordings contain Crows Heart Autobiography (original tapes 18-38), which was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle, with the Mandan portion of the translations occasionally taken up by Mrs. Otter Sage.

The collection also contains an extensive number (tapes 40-54 and 58-67) of creation and medicine stories, translated as above from English into Mandan and Hidatsa, or into Mandan alone, by Mrs. Otter Sage, or Hidatsa alone, by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. This material includes stories about First Creator, Old Woman Who Never Dies, Corn Silk, Sikaraxa, stories of the origin of different bundles, and various autobiographical stories.

English-only conversations with Crows Heart Eagle and Otter Sage (original tapes 55-57) include discussions of Mandan and Hidatsa home life, household equipment, and material culture, as well as personal reminiscences about school life, the movement from old villages to allotments, memories of grandparents and their stories, and the history of various Christian denominations in the area. English-only conversations with Rufus Stevenson (original tapes 68-70) cover past villlage conflicts and the history of the Crow-Flies-High Band, the history of the Fort Buford settlement, and the return to Fort Berthold and adjustment to live under government control.

The 19 reels in the library's collection were copied by Alfred W. Bowers from his original reels, numbered 1-70. The library's reels do not contain original reels 1-17, which cover the beginning sections of "Crows Heart Autobiography." Tape 1, track 3; Tape 6, track 3; Tape 13, track 3; and Tape 19, tracks 2 and 3 of the library's tapes were unaccountably blank and therefore not transferred when the material was migrated to DAT format. Missing portions correspond to Tape 70, channels 1 and 3; Tape 60, channel 2; Tape 49; and Tape 54, tracks 2 and 3.

Digital objects note

This collection contains digital materials that are available in the APS Digital Library. Links to these materials are provided with context in the inventory of this finding aid. A general listing of digital objects may also be found here.

Collection Information

Physical description

19 sound tape reels (155 hr., 29 min.) : analog, 1 7/8 ips, 4 track, mono ; 7 in.

19 sound tape reels (155 hr., 29 min.) : analog, 1 7/8 ips, 4 track, mono ; 7 in.

Provenance

Donated by Alfred W. Bowers in 1971. 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.

Indexing Terms


Genre(s)

  • Sound recordings

Subject(s)

  • Hidatsa Indians
  • Hidatsa language
  • Mandan Indians
  • Mandan language


Detailed Inventory

Tape 1
  
01-01. Bowers, Alfred W.. Stevenson, Rufus.
Question and answer interviews on history of village conflict and history of Crow Flies High Band [1 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 02:09:00

The Hidatsa language and people are identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself they are sometimes referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 02:09:00


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4683

01-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Stevenson, Rufus.
Question and answer interviews on history of village conflict and history of Crow Flies High Band [2 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 01:54:04

The Hidatsa language and people are identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself they are sometimes referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:54:04


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4685

01-03. Stevenson, Rufus. Bowers, Alfred W..
Return to Fort Berthold and life of adjustment under Government control
19691 .mp3; 01:58:03

The Hidatsa language and people are identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself they are sometimes referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:58:03


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Government relations; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4687

Tape 2
  
02-01. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Word list in Hidatsa, begins Study Culture Change
19691 .mp3; 02:11:21

The Hidatsa language and people are identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself they are sometimes referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 02:11:21


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4689

02-02. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Annie Narrative, Primitive Technology
19691 .mp3; 02:13:31

The Hidatsa language and people are identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself they are sometimes referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 02:13:31


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4691

02-03. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Home Life, Food and its Preparation
19691 .mp3; 02:06:53

The Hidatsa language and people are identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself they are sometimes referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 02:06:53


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4693

02-04. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Household Equipment and Material Culture
19691 .mp3; 02:12:31

The Hidatsa language and people are identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself they are sometimes referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 02:12:31


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4695

Tape 3
  
03-01. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Movement from old village to allotments; School life
19691 .mp3; 01:58:43

The Hidatsa language and people are identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself they are sometimes referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:58:43


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4697

03-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
School life
19691 .mp3; 01:59:28

The Hidatsa language and people are identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself they are sometimes referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:59:28


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4699

03-03. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Personalities of household and neighborhood; death of relatives; allotments
19691 .mp3; 01:54:40

The Hidatsa language and people are identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself they are sometimes referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:54:40


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4701

03-04. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Peyote and Christian ceremonies. Mrs. Otter Sage joins interview on spread of Christianity
19691 .mp3; 01:59:13

The Hidatsa language and people are identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself they are sometimes referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:59:13


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4703

Tape 4
  
04-01. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Tells of grandparents leaving old village of Fishhook and taking up of allotments (Dawes Act); Scattercorn last days and beliefs
19691 .mp3; 02:19:10

The Hidatsa language and people are identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself they are sometimes referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 02:19:10


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History -- 19th century; Hidatsa Indians -- History -- 19th century; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4705

04-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Scattercorn (grandmother) dies. Tells some of grandmother stories to children. Details her funeral and property division
19691 .mp3; 02:17:55

The Hidatsa language and people are identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself they are sometimes referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 02:17:55


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4707

04-03. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Golden Valley Christians join community and break from Congregational Church. Father establishes own Church
19691 .mp3; 02:19:40

The Hidatsa language and people are identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself they are sometimes referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 02:19:40


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History

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http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4710

04-04. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Puts into Mandan Old woman tales Mandan to parallel Annie C H Eagle's English-Hidatsa Narrative
19691 .mp3; 00:07:05

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

General physical description: 00:07:05


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Older women -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4709

04-05. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Continuation of discussion of local churches
19691 .mp3; 01:51:44

The Hidatsa language and people are identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself they are sometimes referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:51:44


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4712

Tape 5
  
05-01. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
The Long Arm (Sun Dance character) Myth
19691 .mp3; 01:56:41

This tape's contents given under the heading "Mythologies to cross-check for change in form and content since 1930." The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:56:41


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Sun-dance; Hidatsa language; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4714

05-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
The Long Arm (completed) Packs Antelope
19691 .mp3; 00:12:09

This tape's contents given under the heading "Mythologies to cross-check for change in form and content since 1930." The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:12:09


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Sun-dance; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa language

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4715

05-03. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Thunder Ceremonies [1 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 01:45:42

This tape's contents given under the heading "Mythologies to cross-check for change in form and content since 1930." The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:45:42


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4718

05-04. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Thunder Ceremonies [2 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:15:27

This tape's contents given under the heading "Mythologies to cross-check for change in form and content since 1930." The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:15:27


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- Folklore

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4719

05-05. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Hidatsa story about a brother and sister who got lost
19691 .mp3; 00:30:03

This tape's contents given under the heading "Mythologies to cross-check for change in form and content since 1930." The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:30:03


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Siblings -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4720

05-06. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Conversation about graves
19691 .mp3; 00:10:21

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

General physical description: 00:10:21


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Coffins; Cemeteries

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4717

05-07. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Corn Silk Myth complex and Sikaraxa Myth complex [1 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 01:03:04

This tape's contents given under the heading "Mythologies to cross-check for change in form and content since 1930." ;The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:03:04


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa women

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4722

05-08. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Corn Silk Myth complex and Sikaraxa Myth complex [2 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:20:41

This tape's contents given under the heading "Mythologies to cross-check for change in form and content since 1930." The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:20:41


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mandan women; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa women

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4723

05-09. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Myths of Dog Den Butte; Shell Robe Ceremony
19691 .mp3; 00:24:15

This tape's contents given under the heading "Mythologies to cross-check for change in form and content since 1930." The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:24:15


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4725

05-10. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
First Creator and Lone Man
19691 .mp3; 00:16:02

This tape's contents given under the heading "Mythologies to cross-check for change in form and content since 1930." The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:16:02


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa mythology; Mandan mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Creation -- Mythology

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4726

05-11. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Conversation about Mandan speakers
19691 .mp3; 00:10:48

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

General physical description: 00:10:48


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians; Mandan language; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History

Access digital object:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4724

05-12. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Origin of Turtle Drums; Creek Ceremony Myths
19691 .mp3; 00:26:29

This tape's contents given under the heading "Mythologies to cross-check for change in form and content since 1930." The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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05-13. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Two Incidents of First Creator
19691 .mp3; 00:19:47

This tape's contents given under the heading "Mythologies to cross-check for change in form and content since 1930." The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa mythology; Mandan mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Creation -- Mythology

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05-14. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Spring Boy and Lodge Boy
19691 .mp3; 01:19:06

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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05-15. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Continue First Creator Sequence
19691 .mp3; 00:47:31

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Creation -- Mythology; Hidatsa mythology; Mandan mythology

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05-16. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
First Creator Sequence
19691 .mp3; 00:34:24

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa mythology; Creation -- Mythology

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05-17. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Conversations in Mandan and English
19691 .mp3; 00:07:59

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan language; Conversation

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05-18. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Turtle Goes to War
19691 .mp3; 00:22:15

Includes singing of the Turtle Song. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Turtles -- Folklore; Hidatsa language; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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05-19. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
Story about Coyote Chief and Some Children that He Had Met
19691 .mp3; 00:44:02

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History

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05-20. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Moon's Marriage; Old Woman Never Dies Sequence continued
19691 .mp3; 01:58:50

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:58:50


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mandan language; Hidatsa language; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History

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05-21. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Grandson and Bear
19691 .mp3; 00:10:43

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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05-22. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Snakes of Red Butte
19691 .mp3; 01:47:13

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:47:13


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Snakes -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Folklore

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Tape 6
  
06-01. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
The Snake, in Red Butte
19691 .mp3; 01:25:09

Part of the Old Woman Who Never Dies complex of stories.

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General physical description: 01:25:09


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Rattlesnakes; Snakes -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Folklore

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06-02. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
Old Woman Who Never Dies; Snake put in Missouri [1 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:34:53

Version given on Related Recording by Otter Sage and Annie Crows Heart Eagle together is the same story despite alternate title.

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Snakes -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Older women -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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06-03. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Snake put in Missouri [2 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:06:47

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Older women -- Folklore; Snakes -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Folklore

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06-04. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Sikaraxa
19691 .mp3; 01:49:38

In Mandan only, by Otter Sage, with occasional remarks by Annie Crows Heart Eagle.

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General physical description: 01:49:38


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Mandan women; Hidatsa women; Mandan Indians -- Folklore

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06-05. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
Corn Silk and Corn Woman
19691 .mp3; 00:21:49

First half in Mandan only, then given in English.

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mandan women; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa women

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06-06. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Second Corn Silk Story of Sequence
19691 .mp3; 00:23:05

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan women; Hidatsa women; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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06-07. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Corn Silk and Worm Face
19691 .mp3; 00:25:02

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa women; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mandan women

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06-08. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Corn Silk and Two Faces
19691 .mp3; 00:49:53

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan women; Hidatsa women; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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Tape 7
  
07-01. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
First Creator and the Children (last part)
19691 .mp3; 00:15:21

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa mythology; Mandan mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Creation -- Mythology

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07-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
First Creator and his Mother-in-law
19691 .mp3; 00:09:48

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa mythology; Creation -- Mythology; Mandan mythology

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07-03. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
First Creator and Daughter
19691 .mp3; 00:11:40

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa mythology; Mandan mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Creation -- Mythology

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07-04. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
First Creator and Fat
19691 .mp3; 00:26:02

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa mythology; Creation -- Mythology

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07-05. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
First Creator and the Mountain Lion
19691 .mp3; 00:30:57

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa mythology; Mandan mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Creation -- Mythology

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07-06. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
First Creator's Exploits
19691 .mp3; 00:20:39

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa mythology; Creation -- Mythology

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07-07. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
First Creator Sequence
19691 .mp3; 00:35:15

Consists of two stories, the first on a village of people with no mouths, and the second on First Creator and how the Raven became black.

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa mythology; Mandan mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Creation -- Mythology

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07-08. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Dogs that Talk
19691 .mp3; 00:02:20

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan language; Mandan mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa mythology; Creation -- Mythology

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07-09. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
Many Holy Women
19691 .mp3; 00:06:48

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan women; Hidatsa women; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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07-10. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Ringworm
19691 .mp3; 00:14:08

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Ringworm; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Folklore

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07-11. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
Pretty Girl
19691 .mp3; 00:13:14

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mandan women; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa women

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07-12. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
The Hunters
19691 .mp3; 00:44:27

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hunters -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Folklore

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07-13. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
Crow Flies High
19691 .mp3; 00:17:26

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan language; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History

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07-14. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Conversation about Crow Flies High
19691 .mp3; 00:14:20

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:14:20


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs

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07-15. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
First Creator and Robe
19691 .mp3; 00:40:27

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa mythology; Creation -- Mythology

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07-16. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Miscellaneous Stories
19691 .mp3; 00:05:20

Listed in table of contents as "Miscellaneous Stories" but contains only one story. Story concerns a woman and child, the child's transformation into a bird, and the woman's transformation into a butte.

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan language; Mother and child -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Folklore

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07-17. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Packs Antelope (First Part)
19691 .mp3; 00:38:16

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mandan language; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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07-18. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Packs Antelope (finish)
19691 .mp3; 00:24:59

In two sections, first in English and Mandan, then in Mandan only.

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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07-19. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Village of Only Women
19691 .mp3; 00:33:55

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mandan women; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa women

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07-20. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
Conversation on Reservation life
19691 .mp3; 00:12:08

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Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Economic conditions; Hidatsa Indians -- Economic conditions; Mandan Indians; Hidatsa Indians

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Tape 8
  
08-01. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Two Men and Old Woman Never Dies; Myth of Snake in River Ceremony
19691 .mp3; 01:29:48

Identified as two stories in collector's documentation, though the stories blend into each other and there is no discernible break between the stories on the recording. Version given on Related Recording by Otter Sage is the same story despite alternate title. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:29:48


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Older women -- Folklore; Quests (Expeditions) -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Folklore

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08-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Corn Silk and Sikaraxa
19691 .mp3; 01:51:53

Primarily in untranslated Mandan, given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Includes some informal commentary and conversation in Mandan with Annie Crows Heart Eagle.

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General physical description: 01:51:53


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan women; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa women

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08-03. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
The First Creator Sequence
19691 .mp3; 01:17:06

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:17:06


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Creation -- Mythology; Hidatsa mythology; Mandan mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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08-04. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
Dogs that Talk
19691 .mp3; 00:08:37

English and Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle, Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:08:37


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan language; Hidatsa language; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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08-05. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Conversation of Grandson figure in Old Woman Never Dies stories and cultural loss study
19691 .mp3; 00:09:46

The conversation includes discussion of the Grandson figure who appears in Old Woman Never Dies stories, the names of stars, the phenomenon of cultural loss in relation to Bowers' study, and changes in stories and ceremonial practices. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:09:46


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies

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08-06. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
History of the Many Women (Holy Women)
19691 .mp3; 00:14:38

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:14:38


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Mandan women; Hidatsa women; Mandan Indians -- Folklore

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08-07. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Conversation on burial practices
19691 .mp3; 00:04:59

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:04:59


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Rivers -- North Dakota; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Burial

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08-08. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Hidatsa First Creator story
19691 .mp3; 00:05:27

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:05:27


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan mythology; Hidatsa mythology; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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08-09. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Myth of the Ringworm
19691 .mp3; 00:19:13

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:19:13


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Ringworm

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08-10. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Myth of the Pretty Girl [1 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:11:05

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:11:05


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mandan women; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa women

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08-11. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Continuation of First Creator Sequence
19691 .mp3; 00:18:04

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General physical description: 00:18:04


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa mythology; Creation -- Mythology

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08-12. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Myth of the Pretty Girl [2 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:05:59

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:05:59


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mandan women; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa women

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08-13. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Myth of the Hunters; Myth of the Bear (First Part)
19691 .mp3; 00:43:16

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:43:16


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hunters -- Folklore; Bears -- Folklore

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08-14. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Conversation about digging sticks and house fires
19691 .mp3; 00:20:15

Also discusses different types of structures, traditional pipes

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General physical description: 00:20:15


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Material culture; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Material culture

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Tape 9
  
09-01. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Corn Silk and Toad Earrings Mythology [1 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:20:20

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:20:20


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mandan women; Hidatsa language; Hidatsa women

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09-02. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
Corn Silk and Toad Earrings Mythology [2 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:29:22

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:29:22


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan women; Hidatsa women; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa language

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09-03. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Corn Silk and Worm Face Mythology
19691 .mp3; 00:31:39

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:31:39


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mandan women; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa women

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09-04. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Corn Silk and Two Faces Mythology [1 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:29:32

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:29:32


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan women; Hidatsa women; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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09-05. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
The Foolish One
19691 .mp3; 00:16:37

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:16:37


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Folklore

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09-06. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Hidatsa story about a young woman and some puppies
19691 .mp3; 00:14:40

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:14:40


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Dogs -- Folklore

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09-07. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Hidatsa story about a porcupine
19691 .mp3; 00:15:40

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:15:40


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Porcupines -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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09-08. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Word list from Matthews English to Hidatsa
19691 .mp3; 01:03:16

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:03:16


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa language; Hidatsa Indians

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09-09. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Corn Silk and Two Faces [2 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:15:25

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:15:25


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa language; Hidatsa women; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mandan women

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09-10. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
Shell Robe Bundle History [1 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 01:28:49

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Collector's documentation indicates that a Mandan-English version of this story was given by Otter Sage, but this version cannot be found on the tape transferred from the collector's master tape. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:28:49


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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09-11. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Shell Robe Bundle History [2 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:35:40

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Collector's documentation indicates that a Mandan-English version of this story was given by Otter Sage, but this version cannot be found on the tape transferred from the collector's master tape. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:35:40


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies

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09-12. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Corn Bundle Myths
19691 .mp3; 00:58:22

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Collector's documentation indicates that a Mandan-English version of this story was given by Otter Sage, but this version cannot be found on the tape transferred from the collector's master tape. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:58:22


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Rites and ceremonies

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09-13. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
First Creator and Elk Head [1 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:10:42

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Collector's documentation indicates that a Mandan-English version of this story was given by Otter Sage, but this version cannot be found on the tape transferred from the collector's master tape. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:10:42


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa mythology; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Creation -- Mythology

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Tape 10
  
10-01. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
First Creator and Elk Head [2 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:25:34

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Collector's documentation indicates that a Mandan-English version of this story was given by Otter Sage, but this version cannot be found on the tape transferred from the collector's master tape. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:25:34


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa mythology; Creation -- Mythology

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10-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
First Creator and the Children
19691 .mp3; 00:32:16

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:32:16


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa mythology; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Creation -- Mythology

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10-03. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Marriages in Area Little Missouri to Red Buttes
19691 .mp3; 00:45:58

Predominantly in English, with some miscellaneous terms in Hidatsa and Mandan. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:45:58


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History

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http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4826

10-04. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Marriages by Reservation Districts
19691 .mp3; 01:48:24

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:48:24


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History

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10-05. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Completes Marriages by Reservation Districts
19691 .mp3; 01:03:27

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:03:27


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- History

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10-06. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart's trading post and family economy after General Allotment established
19691 .mp3; 00:44:49

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:44:49


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs

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10-07. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
First Creator and the Mother-in-law
19691 .mp3; 00:15:02

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:15:02


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa mythology; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Creation -- Mythology

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10-08. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
First Creator and his Daughter
19691 .mp3; 00:17:35

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:17:35


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa mythology; Creation -- Mythology; Mandan Indians -- Folklore

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10-09. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
First Creator and Fat
19691 .mp3; 00:34:53

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:34:53


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa mythology; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Creation -- Mythology

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10-10. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
First Creator and the Mountain Lion
19691 .mp3; 00:39:57

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:39:57


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa mythology; Creation -- Mythology

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Tape 11
  
11-01. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Origin of Horse and Horse Ceremonies
19691 .mp3; 00:46:48

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:46:48


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Horses

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11-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
The Woman and Hot Food
19691 .mp3; 00:24:09

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:24:09


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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11-03. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Myth of the Bear (completed)
19691 .mp3; 00:22:09

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:22:09


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Bears -- Folklore

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11-04. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Village Conflict of Crow Flies High Band
19691 .mp3; 01:01:42

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:01:42


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History

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11-05. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
First Creator and Boys with a Robe (Part I)
19691 .mp3; 00:33:35

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:33:35


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan language; Hidatsa mythology; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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11-06. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Complete First Creator and Boys with a Robe
19691 .mp3; 00:26:34

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:26:34


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa mythology; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mandan mythology

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11-07. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Miscellaneous short stories
19691 .mp3; 00:11:11

Listed in table of contents as "Miscellaneous Short Stories" but contains only one story. Story concerns a woman and child, the child's transformation into a bird, and the woman's transformation into a butte. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:11:11


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mother and child -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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11-08. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Packs Antelope Myth
19691 .mp3; 00:58:34

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:58:34


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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11-09. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
Completes Packs Antelope Myth
19691 .mp3; 00:33:56

English and Mandan given by Mrs. Otter Sage. Hidatsa given by Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:33:56


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History

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11-10. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Conversation on relatives and Crow Flies High
19691 .mp3; 00:11:49

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:11:49


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs

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11-11. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
The Village of Women Only
19691 .mp3; 00:21:46

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:21:46


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Folklore

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11-12. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Mandan and Hidatsa translations
19691 .mp3; 00:11:36

English given by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by Hidatsa translation by Annie Crows Heart Eagle and Mandan translation by Otter Sage. The material is most likely from Crows Heart Autobiography. This material was found on the end of tape 66 after completion of final item listed on the accompanying table of contents. Collector's note indicates that other material from a master tape was previously recorded on this tape. This program is the remaining portion that was not recorded over.

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General physical description: 00:11:36


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan language; Hidatsa language; Mandan Indians; Hidatsa Indians

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Tape 12
  
12-01. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-07-231 .mp3; 01:56:50

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Begins at page 86 of original text. At 01:45:13 recording unaccountably jumps to different recording session with Alfred Bowers giving English, Otter Sage giving Mandan, and Annie Crows Heart Eagle giving Hidatsa. Content most likely also from Crows Heart Autobiography. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:56:50


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Biography; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Autobiography

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12-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 01:39:18

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Begins at page 94 of original text. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:39:18


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Autobiography; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Biography

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12-03. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 01:43:04

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Begins at page 99 of original text. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:43:04


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Biography; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Autobiography

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12-04. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 01:39:38

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. From 35:40 to end, translation into Mandan taken over by Otter Sage. During much of this section, Annie Crows Heart Eagle's speech becomes difficult to hear due to low recording levels. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:39:38


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Autobiography

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12-05. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 01:07:47

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Begins at pg 113 of original text. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:07:47


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- History; Autobiography; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Mandan Indians -- History

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12-06. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 01:21:28

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Begins at page 123 of original text. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:21:28


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Autobiography

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12-07. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 00:34:02

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Begins at page 130 of original text. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:34:02


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Biography; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Autobiography

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Tape 13
  
13-01. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 01:39:52

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:39:52


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Autobiography; Mandan Indians -- History

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13-01. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 00:23:48

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:23:48


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Biography; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Autobiography

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13-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
A short account by Annie Crows Heart Eagle about her people
1969-071 .mp3; 00:04:46

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:04:46


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa language; Indians of North America -- North Dakota; Hidatsa Indians -- Biography

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13-03. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 00:57:05

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:57:05


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Autobiography

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13-04. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 00:27:40

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:27:40


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Autobiography; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History

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13-05. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 01:35:55

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:35:55


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Autobiography

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13-06. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 00:29:45

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:29:45


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Biography; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Autobiography

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13-07. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 02:08:00

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 02:08:00


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Autobiography; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Biography

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13-08. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 01:52:44

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Begins at page 165 of original text. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:52:44


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Biography; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Autobiography

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13-09. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 01:45:09

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Begins at page 171 of original text. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:45:09


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Autobiography

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13-10. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-071 .mp3; 01:07:52

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:07:52


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Autobiography; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Biography

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Tape 14
  
14-01. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-08-011 .mp3; 02:17:07

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Begins at page 205 of original text. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 02:17:07


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Biography; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Autobiography

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14-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-08-011 .mp3; 02:21:34

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Begins at pg 215 of original text. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 02:21:34


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Autobiography

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14-03. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-08-011 .mp3; 01:18:00

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:18:00


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- History; Autobiography; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Mandan Indians -- History

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14-04. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Personal narrative in Hidatsa
1969-08-011 .mp3; 00:04:27

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:04:27


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa language; Indians of North America -- North Dakota; Hidatsa Indians -- Biography

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14-05. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-08-011 .mp3; 00:51:41

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:51:41


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Autobiography

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14-06. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-081 .mp3; 01:14:05

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Begins at page 232 of original text. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:14:05


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Biography; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Autobiography

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Tape 15
  
15-01. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-08-051 .mp3; 02:04:39

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Begins at page 240 of original text. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 02:04:39


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Autobiography

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15-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-08-051 .mp3; 01:51:00

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:51:00


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Biography; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Autobiography

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15-03. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-08-051 .mp3; 02:07:27

Text covers the purchase of horse medicine ceremonies. The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 02:07:27


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Autobiography

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15-04. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart Autobiography
1969-08-051 .mp3; 01:55:59

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:55:59


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Autobiography; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History

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Tape 16
  
16-01. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Crows Heart's first Eagle trapping (English-Hidatsa)
1969-081 .mp3; 00:59:07

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in June of 1929. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Hidatsa by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:59:07


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Autobiography

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16-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Crows Heart's first Eagle trapping (English-Mandan)
1969-081 .mp3; 00:51:25

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in June of 1929. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Hidatsa by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle.

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

General physical description: 00:51:25


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Biography; Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Autobiography

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http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4905

16-03. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs.. White Calf, Frank.
White Calf's Mandan Origin Myth [1 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:46:26

Collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Frank White Calf in June 1929. Program cut-off before completion of program. Original master tape later re-recorded [APSdigrec_0776]. Later re-recording includes the entire program, but is of poorer quality.

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

General physical description: 00:46:26


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Autobiography; Creation -- Mythology; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History

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http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4907

16-04. Otter Sage, Mrs.. White Calf, Frank. Bowers, Alfred W..
White Calf's Mandan Origin Myth [2 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:48:50

Collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Frank White Calf in June 1929. The Mandan speech is nearly inaudible up until about 4:40.

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

General physical description: 00:48:50


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Creation -- Mythology; Autobiography

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http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4906

16-05. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Crows Heart Autobiography
19691 .mp3; 00:13:09

The autobiographical text was collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Crows Heart, a Mandan, in 1947. The recording consists of the English version of the text being read in short chunks by Alfred W. Bowers, followed by free translations into Mandan, then Hidatsa, by Crows Heart's daughter, Annie Crows Heart Eagle. Begins at page 50 of original text. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:13:09


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Biography; Autobiography

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http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4908

16-06. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs.. White Calf, Frank.
White Calf's Mandan Origin Myth [1 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:59:12

Collected by Alfred W. Bowers from Frank White Calf in June 1929. This is a second re-recording of this program made from the orignal master tapes, after the first re-recording [APSdigrec_0773] was cut off before the completion of the program. This re-recording contains the entirety of the program, but is of poorer quality.

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

General physical description: 00:59:12


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Creation -- Mythology; Autobiography; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- Folklore

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http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4922

16-07. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
All Yellow's account of doctoring
19691 .mp3; 00:48:05

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

General physical description: 00:48:05


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Biography; Mandan Indians -- Medicine; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History

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http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4921

16-08. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Creek Medicine of Beaver, Otter, Turtle
19691 .mp3; 00:26:51

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:26:51


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Indians of North America -- North Dakota; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Medicine; Beavers

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http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4920

16-09. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Awaxawi myths of "Trying the Pot" ceremony
1969-081 .mp3; 00:25:07

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:25:07


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies

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http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/fedora/repository/audio:4924

16-10. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Wolf Ceremony myths of Wolf Woman and Strong Jaw (to pg 415)
19691 .mp3; 01:05:55

Story is continued on APSdigrec_0781. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:05:55


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Indians of North America -- North Dakota; Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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16-11. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Continues myth Strong Jaw to Walks at Night; Wolf Woman Ceremony
19691 .mp3; 00:20:22

Continuation of story begun on APSdigrec_0780. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:20:22


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- North Dakota; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies

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16-12. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Annie's account (in Hidatsa) about "Walks Village" near their old home in Missouri
19691 .mp3; 00:09:25

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:09:25


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Indians of North America -- North Dakota; Hidatsa Indians -- History

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16-13. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Sunset Wolf Myth and Related Ceremony
19691 .mp3; 01:39:14

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Atsina language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:39:14


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Hidatsa language; Indians of North America -- North Dakota

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16-14. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Old Woman Who Never Dies
19691 .mp3; 02:17:42

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General physical description: 02:17:42


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Older women -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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16-15. Otter Sage, Mrs.. Bowers, Alfred W..
Stays Yellow's Doctoring
1969-08-051 .mp3; 00:38:05

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General physical description: 00:38:05


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Social life and customs; Mandan Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Medicine; Indians of North America -- North Dakota

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Tape 17
  
17-01. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Small Hawk Myth and Ceremony
19691 .mp3; 01:18:10

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General physical description: 01:18:10


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies

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17-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Hidatsa Creation Myth
19691 .mp3; 01:45:10

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 01:45:10


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa mythology; Creation -- Mythology

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17-03. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Waterbuster Skull Bundle Myth [1 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:58:45

Story originally told to Alfred W. Bowers by Wolf Chief. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:58:45


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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17-04. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Waterbuster Skull Bundle Myth [2 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:31:18

Story originally told to Alfred W. Bowers by Wolf Chief. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:31:18


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Hidatsa mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies

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17-05. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Buffalo Neckbone Myth and Ceremonial layout of Fishhook Village in 1845
19691 .mp3; 00:42:59

Story originally told to Alfred W. Bowers by Bear's Arm. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:42:59


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Social life and customs; Hidatsa Indians -- History -- 19th century; Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies

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17-06. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Woman Above and Holy Women Myths
19691 .mp3; 00:33:35

Collector's documentation indicates that a completion of the story was recorded, but this program was not found on the tapes transferred from collector's master copies. Story originally told to Alfred W. Bowers by Wolf Chief. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:33:35


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa mythology; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies

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17-07. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Myths of the Thunder
19691 .mp3; 00:09:39

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:09:39


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Hidatsa mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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17-08. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Myths of Naming the Earth
19691 .mp3; 00:23:55

Recording ends with description of collection and translation of subsequent recording. See Related Recording. Story originally told to Alfred W. Bowers by Mrs. White Duck. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:23:55


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Hidatsa mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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17-09. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
The Myths of Swallow and Hawk
19691 .mp3; 00:24:41

Description of the collection and translation of this story given at end of prior recording. See Related Recording. Recording cut off before completion of story. Story originally told to Alfred W. Bowers by Wolf Chief. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:24:41


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa mythology; Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Hidatsa language; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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Tape 18
  
18-01. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Myths of the Bear Ceremony
19691 .mp3; 00:57:28

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:57:28


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Bears -- Folklore

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18-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
The Roadmaker Narrative [1 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 01:02:10

Story originally told to Alfred W. Bowers by Bear's Arm. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:02:10


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- History; Warriors; Hidatsa Indians -- Biography

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18-03. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
The Roadmaker Narrative [2 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 01:06:00

Story originally told to Alfred W. Bowers by Bear's Arm. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 01:06:00


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Biography; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Warriors

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18-04. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Guts and Never Run Away Narrative
19691 .mp3; 00:43:15

First 3:00 consists of informal conversation. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:43:15


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Warriors; Hidatsa Indians -- History; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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18-05. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
The Red Stick Myths and Ceremony
19691 .mp3; 00:10:54

Tape cut-off before completion of story. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:10:54


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Buffaloes -- Folklore

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18-06. Bowers, Alfred W.. Otter Sage, Mrs..
Myth of the Snow Owl [2 of 4]
19691 .mp3; 01:21:18

Portion from 01:12:15 to end of recording consists of tape tests by collector conducted by the reading of short sections of text. A part 1 of 4 is indicated in collector's documentation but not found on tapes transferred from collector's master copies.

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General physical description: 01:21:18


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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18-07. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart. Bowers, Alfred W..
Census of people living in 1870 [1 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 02:05:10

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 02:05:10


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): United States -- Census, 9th, 1870; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History; Mandan Indians -- History -- 19th century; Hidatsa Indians -- History -- 19th century; Hidatsa language

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18-08. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Census of people living in 1870 [2 of 2]
19691 .mp3; 00:57:03

The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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

General physical description: 00:57:03


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- History -- 19th century; United States -- Census, 9th, 1870; Hidatsa Indians -- History -- 19th century; Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- History

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Tape 19
  
19-01. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Myth of the Snow Owl [3 of 4]
19691 .mp3; 00:57:14

A part 1 of 4 is indicated in collector's documentation but not found on tapes transferred from collector's master copies. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:57:14


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Mandan Indians -- Folklore; Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore

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19-02. Bowers, Alfred W.. Eagle, Annie Crows Heart.
Myth of the Snow Owl [4 of 4]
19691 .mp3; 00:16:29

Concludes with discussion of the end of the researcher's current round of recording sessions. A part 1 of 4 is indicated in collector's documentation but not found on tapes transferred from collector's master copies. The Hidatsa language is identified as such in the recording's accompanying documentation, but on the recording itself it is referred to by one of its alternate names, "Gros Ventre." This Gros Ventre is not to be confused with the Arapahoan language of the same name.

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General physical description: 00:16:29


Geographic Name(s): Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)

Subject(s): Hidatsa Indians -- Folklore; Mandan Indians -- Folklore

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