Recordings on tape from originals given to the Library of Congress by the American Philosophical Society Library

Mss.Rec.82

Date: 1936, 1948-1952, 1962 | Size: 13 reel(s)

Abstract

The material in the collection is an assembly of unrelated recording collections made by multiple collectors. This collection consists of recordings on wire or phonograph discs sent by the APS Library to the Library of Congress in December 1970 in exchange for duplication of the material on to archival reel-to-reel tapes. The original formats are housed at the Library of Congress.

Collection Information

Physical description

13 sound tape reels (18 hr., 34 min.) : analog, 3 3/4 ips, 2 track, mono ; 7 in.

13 sound tape reels (18 hr., 34 min.) : analog, 3 3/4 ips, 2 track, mono ; 7 in.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access:

Some material is this collection is restricted. Please consult a curator for details.

Processing information

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

Note on sensitivities

Materials in this collection may be considered culturally sensitive by the Native communities from which they originate. Researchers who access this material should be mindful of these sensitivities and should contact reference staff with any questions about potentially sensitive material.

Indexing Terms


Genre(s)

  • Oral histories
  • Sound recordings

Geographic Name(s)

  • Angoon (Alaska)

Personal Name(s)

  • Barlow, R. H., (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951
  • Conklin, Edwin Grant, 1863-1952
  • Croft, Kenneth
  • De Laguna, Frederica, 1906-2004
  • Forbes, Jacques C. R.
  • Frankhauser, Gerhard
  • Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967
  • McClellan, Catharine
  • Parpart, Arthur Kemble, 1903-1965
  • Randle, Martha Champion
  • Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967

Subject(s)

  • Biology -- United States
  • Eagle dance
  • Embryology -- United States.
  • Makah Indians -- Folklore
  • Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole
  • Marriage customs and rites -- Russia
  • Morphology.
  • Nahuas -- Folklore
  • Nootka Indians -- Folklore
  • Nootka Indians -- Music
  • Papiamento
  • Seneca Indians -- Music
  • Seneca Indians -- Rites and ceremonies
  • Songs, Papiamento
  • Tlingit Indians -- History
  • Tlingit Indians -- Music


Detailed Inventory

Mss.Rec.82.1 Lukoff, Fred.
Onondaga material
circa 19481 reel(s); Tape 1, track 1

Abstract: Recorded by Fred Lukoff circa 1948. Songs and chants from the Iroquois Condolence Council ceremony. This may be a duplication of recordings made by William Fenton in 1945. (See APS Recording 1950, Mss.Rec.150.)

Custodial history: Originally APS Recording 3, part 1, consisting of 13 wire spools sent to the Library of Congress for transfer to open reel tape. The tape contains only Onondaga Spool #12.

General physical description: Tape 1, track 1


Genre(s): Sound recordings

Subject(s): Onondaga Indians -- Music; Iroquois Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Iroquois Indians -- Music

01-01. Thomas, Chief David. Lukoff, Fred. General, Alexander J. (Deskaheh).
Chants and songs of the Iroquois Condolence Council
19481 .mp3; 01:01:53

This recording may be a copy of recordings made on phonograph disc by William Fenton in 1945. See APS Recording 150 (Call no.: Mss.Rec.150.) Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 01:01:53


Geographic Name(s): Six Nations Indian Reserve No. 40 (Ont.)

Subject(s): Onondaga Indians -- Music; Iroquois Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Iroquois Indians -- Music; Cayuga Indians -- Music

Mss.Rec.82.2 Stands In Timber, John, 1882-1967. Croft, Kenneth.
Cheyenne material
19485 reel(s); Spans tape 1, track 2 through tape 5, track 2, part 1.

Abstract: Recorded in 1948 in Lame Deer, Montana and El Reno, Oklahoma. Consists of traditional and historical stories, autobiographical narratives, unidentified texts, all given in Cheyenne only. Also includes discussions of the state of Cheyenne learning among the younger generation, and a variety of peyote, war dance, and hand game songs. Transcripts for a majority of the Cheyenne stories and texts are available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

Custodial history: Originally APS Recording #5, consisting of 10 wire spools transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

General physical description: Spans tape 1, track 2 through tape 5, track 2, part 1.


Genre(s): Sound recordings

Subject(s): Sun-dance; Peyote songs; Language attrition; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Societies, etc.; Cheyenne Indians -- Social life and customs; Cheyenne Indians -- Music; Cheyenne Indians -- History; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

01-02. Croft, Kenneth. Birdwoman, Laura.
Text 1: Blue Elk Lodge (Cheyenne)
1948-07-031 .mp3; 00:06:46

Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:06:46


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

01-03. Croft, Kenneth. Birdwoman, Laura.
Text 1: Blue Elk Lodge (English)
1948-07-031 .mp3; 00:05:38

Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:05:38


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

01-04. Guerrier, William. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 2: Red Bird, Runaway Cheyenne Boy
1948-07-031 .mp3; 00:06:24

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:06:24


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

01-05. Guerrier, William. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 11: Story about a man and a woman
1948-07-161 .mp3; 00:03:30

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:03:30


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

01-06. Guerrier, William. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 12: Story about a white man and a rabbit
1948-07-161 .mp3; 00:05:06

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:05:06


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

01-07. Guerrier, William. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 13: Story about prairie fires
1948-07-231 .mp3; 00:03:40

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:03:40


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians; Grassland fires

01-08. Guerrier, William. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 14: Story about white men trying to catch fish
1948-07-231 .mp3; 00:05:45

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:05:45


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

01-09. Guerrier, William. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 15: On the selling of alcohol
1948-07-231 .mp3; 00:04:16

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:04:16


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Alcohol use

02-01. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 16: Autobiographical story about a voyage to Germany
1948-07-131 .mp3; 00:05:04

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:05:04


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Germany -- Description and travel; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- History

02-02. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 17: Story about seven young men
1948-07-131 .mp3; 00:11:03

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:11:03


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

02-03. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 18: Story about a young man who left his horse on the prairie
1948-07-131 .mp3; 00:08:46

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:08:46


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

02-04. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 19: Story about an old man who went looking for his horses
1948-07-131 .mp3; 00:02:54

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:02:54


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

02-05. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 20; Autobiographical story about tipis
1948-07-131 .mp3; 00:05:04

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:05:04


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Tipis; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians

02-06. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 21: Story about a white man and chief choosing a son-in-law
1948-07-131 .mp3; 00:03:53

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:03:53


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

02-07. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 22
1948-07-131 .mp3; 00:07:26

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:07:26


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

02-08. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 25: Reminiscence of soldiers who used to interpret with the Cheyenne
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:04:29

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:04:29


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne Indians -- History; Cheyenne Indians -- Government relations; Cheyenne language

02-09. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 26: On forgetting old stories
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:03:20

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:03:20


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- History; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

02-10. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 27: Story about Little Bear and Black Deer
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:05:32

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:05:32


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

02-11. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 28
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:04:54

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:04:54


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

02-12. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 29
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:04:49

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:04:49


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

02-13. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 30
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:02:34

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:02:34


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore; Cheyenne language

02-14. Guerrier, William. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 31
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:04:18

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:04:18


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

02-15. Guerrier, William. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 32
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:04:14

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:04:14


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

02-16. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 23
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:22:55

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:22:55


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

03-01. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 33
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:07:15

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:07:15


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

03-02. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 34
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:06:32

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:06:32


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

03-03. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 35
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:09:00

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:09:00


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

03-04. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 36
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:10:18

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:10:18


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

03-05. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 37
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:10:02

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:10:02


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

03-06. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 38
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:10:06

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:10:06


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

03-07. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Unidentified Cheyenne text
1948-07-151 .mp3; 00:05:55

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:05:55


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

03-08. Guerrier, William. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 53: Fire-ashes and white-man-ashes (gunpowder)
1948-071 .mp3; 00:05:33

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:05:33


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Tobacco; Gunpowder; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

03-09. Guerrier, William. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 54: When the North Cheyenne first had wagons
1948-071 .mp3; 00:07:00

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:07:00


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- History; Cheyenne Indians -- Economic conditions

03-10. Guerrier, William. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 55: When Bird-Woman joined the gathering
1948-071 .mp3; 00:07:51

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:07:51


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

03-11. Red Bird, Charles. Croft, Kenneth.
Text 56: Story about a brother-in-law
1948-071 .mp3; 00:07:10

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:07:10


Geographic Name(s): El Reno (Okla.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

04-01. Bigfoot, David. Croft, Kenneth. Blackhorse, Francis.
Unidentified Cheyenne song
19481 .mp3; 00:01:06

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:06


Subject(s): Cheyenne Indians -- Music; Cheyenne language

04-02. Croft, Kenneth. Blackhorse, Francis. Bigfoot, David.
Unidentified Cheyenne song
19481 .mp3; 00:02:39

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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General physical description: 00:02:39


Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-03. Croft, Kenneth. Blackhorse, Francis. Bigfoot, David.
Unidentified Cheyenne song
19481 .mp3; 00:03:26

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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General physical description: 00:03:26


Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-04. Blackhorse, Francis. Bigfoot, David. Croft, Kenneth.
Unidentified Cheyenne song
19481 .mp3; 00:03:57

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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General physical description: 00:03:57


Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-05. Croft, Kenneth. Blackhorse, Francis.
Sun Dance Song
19481 .mp3; 00:01:17

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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General physical description: 00:01:17


Subject(s): Sun-dance; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-06. Croft, Kenneth. Bigfoot, David.
War Dance Song
19481 .mp3; 00:01:232

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General physical description: 00:01:232


Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-07. Croft, Kenneth. Bigfoot, David.
Hand Game Song
19481 .mp3; 00:01:47

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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General physical description: 00:01:47


Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-08. Littlebird, Harry. Croft, Kenneth.
Peyote Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:00:54

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:00:54


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music; Peyote songs

04-09. Littlebird, Harry. Croft, Kenneth.
Sun Dance Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:00:44

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:00:44


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Sun-dance; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-10. Littlebird, Harry. Croft, Kenneth.
Indian Version of Star-Spangled Banner from World War II
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:00:53

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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: 00:00:53


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation, Indian; Star-spangled banner (Song); Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-11. Littlebird, Harry. Croft, Kenneth.
Peyote Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:01:13

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:13


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Peyote songs; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-12. Littlebird, Harry. Croft, Kenneth.
Sun Dance Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:01:15

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:15


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne Indians -- Music; Sun-dance; Cheyenne language

04-13. Littlebird, Harry. Croft, Kenneth.
Peyote Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:01:03

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:03


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Peyote songs; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-14. Littlebird, Harry. Croft, Kenneth.
Unidentified Cheyenne song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:00:46

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:00:46


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-15. Littlebird, Anna May. Croft, Kenneth.
Unidentified Cheyenne song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:00:36

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:00:36


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-16. Littlebird, Harry. Croft, Kenneth.
Sun Dance Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:01:21

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:21


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music; Sun-dance

04-17. Littlebird, Anna May. Croft, Kenneth.
Sun Dance Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:01:28

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:28


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Sun-dance; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-18. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Sun Dance Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:01:43

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:43


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Sun-dance; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-19. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Sun Dance Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:00:59

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:00:59


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Sun-dance; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-20. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Sun Dance Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:01:23

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:23


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music; Sun-dance

04-21. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Military Band Songs, or Chief Songs
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:01:24

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:24


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Societies, etc.; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-22. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Kit Fox Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:01:28

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:28


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Societies, etc.; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-28. Monatie, Albert. Croft, Kenneth.
Peyote Song
1948-06-111 .mp3; 00:01:19

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:19


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Peyote songs; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-23. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Crazy Dog Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:01:22

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:22


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Societies, etc.; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-24. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Elk Society Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:01:23

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:23


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Societies, etc.; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-25. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Dog Men Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:01:47

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:47


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Societies, etc.; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-26. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Cheyenne Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:01:15

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:15


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-27. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Crazy Dog Song
1948-06-121 .mp3; 00:01:18

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:18


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Societies, etc.; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-29. Monatie, Albert. Croft, Kenneth.
Peyote Song
1948-06-111 .mp3; 00:00:56

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:00:56


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Peyote songs; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-30. Monatie, Albert. Croft, Kenneth.
Peyote Song
1948-06-111 .mp3; 00:01:11

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:11


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Peyote songs; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-31. Monatie, Albert. Croft, Kenneth.
Peyote Song
1948-06-111 .mp3; 00:01:12

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:12


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Peyote songs; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-32. Monatie, Albert. Croft, Kenneth.
Cheyenne War Dance Song
1948-06-111 .mp3; 00:00:58

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:00:58


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-33. Monatie, Albert. Croft, Kenneth.
Cheyenne Round Dance Song
1948-06-111 .mp3; 00:01:43

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:43


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne Indians -- Music; Round dancing; Cheyenne language

04-34. Monatie, Albert. Croft, Kenneth.
Cheyenne Hand Game Song
1948-06-111 .mp3; 00:01:10

Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:01:10


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Music

04-35. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Cheyenne word list
19481 .mp3; 00:11:20

Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:11:20


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language

04-36. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Cheyenne word and phrase elicitation
19481 .mp3; 00:05:23

Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:05:23


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language

04-37. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Instruction to Children
1948-06-091 .mp3; 00:18:03

In Cheyenne only. A transcript of this program with English glosses is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:18:03


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- History; Cheyenne Indians -- Education

04-38. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
The Hand Game
1948-06-091 .mp3; 00:07:40

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:07:40


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Social life and customs

04-39. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Cheyenne Names
1948-06-111 .mp3; 00:10:44

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:10:44


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Names, Cheyenne; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians

04-40. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Gunpowder
1948-06-111 .mp3; 00:06:12

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:06:12


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Gunpowder; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

04-41. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
The Beginning of Civilization
1948-06-111 .mp3; 00:10:08

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:10:08


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

05-01. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Absent-Minded Indian
1948-06-171 .mp3; 00:09:51

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:09:51


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore

05-02. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
A Cheyenne War Story
1948-061 .mp3; 00:31:50

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:31:50


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne Indians -- History; Cheyenne language

05-03. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Story about Big Rascal
1948-06-171 .mp3; 00:04:54

In Cheyenne only. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:04:54


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians -- History

05-04. Yellow Spider, Mr.. Croft, Kenneth.
Cheyenne voice and stress contrasts
1948-061 .mp3; 00:10:57

Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:10:57


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language

05-05. Yellow Spider, Mr.. Croft, Kenneth.
Cheyenne voice and stress contrasts
1948-061 .mp3; 00:04:24

Transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.) See Related Resource. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:04:24


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language

05-06. Stands In Timber, John. Croft, Kenneth.
Interview with John Stands In Timber
1948-061 .mp3; 00:06:15

Interview primarily concerns the differences in the use of the Cheyenne language among people of different generations, areas, and gender. Also discusses intermarriage between Northern and Southern Cheyenne, and intermarriage between Northern Cheyenne and other tribes. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:06:15


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Language attrition; Intermarriage; Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians

05-07. Littlebird, Harry. Croft, Kenneth.
Interview with Harry Littlebird
1948-061 .mp3; 00:04:17

Interview primarily concerns the differences in the use of the Cheyenne language among people of different generations, areas, and gender. Also discusses intermarriage between Northern and Southern Cheyenne, and intermarriage between Northern Cheyenne and other tribes. This program's recording levels are low, with some background noise. Original wire recording spools were sent to the Library of Congress in 1970 in exchange for reel-to-reel copies.

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: 00:04:17


Geographic Name(s): Lame Deer (Mont.)

Subject(s): Cheyenne language; Cheyenne Indians; Language attrition; Intermarriage

Mss.Rec.82.3 Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939. Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Nootka and Makah stories
1930s3 reel(s); Spans tape 5, track 2, part 2 to tape 7, track 1, part 1

Abstract: Nootka and Makah Stories, Spools #1-#5, recorded by Morris Swadesh. Includes Nootka music, group singing, historical stories, and stories in Makah. There is no collector documentation on the tapes or in manuscripts.

Custodial history: Originally APS Recording 8, consisting of 5 wire spools transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

General physical description: Spans tape 5, track 2, part 2 to tape 7, track 1, part 1


Genre(s): Sound recordings

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Music; Nootka Indians -- History; Nootka Indians -- Folklore; Makah Indians -- History; Makah Indians -- Folklore

05-08. Williams, Frank. Thomas, Alex. Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Nootka songs
19491 .mp3; 00:31:55

Originally on Nootka and Makah Spool #1. Transferred to reel-to-reel tape by the Library of Congress for APS in 1970.

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: 00:31:55


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Music

06-01. Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Nootka songs
19491 .mp3; 00:14:15

Originally on Nootka and Makah Spool #1. Transferred to reel-to-reel tape by the Library of Congress for APS in 1970.

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: 00:14:15


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Music

06-02. Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Fragment of an unidentified story in English
19491 .mp3; 00:08:51

Originally on Nootka and Makah Spool #2. Transferred to reel-to-reel tape by the Library of Congress for APS in 1970.

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: 00:08:51


Subject(s): Fiction

06-03. Swan, George. Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Makah stories
19491 .mp3; 00:13:57

Originally on Nootka and Makah Spool #2. Transferred to reel-to-reel tape by the Library of Congress for APS in 1970.

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: 00:13:57


Geographic Name(s): Neah Bay (Wash.)

Subject(s): Makah Indians -- History; Makah Indians -- Folklore

06-04. Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Song in English with guitar
19491 .mp3; 00:02:47

Originally on Nootka and Makah Spool #3. Transferred to reel-to-reel tape by the Library of Congress for APS in 1970.

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: 00:02:47


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Guitar -- Performance

06-05. Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Christmas song
19491 .mp3; 00:01:37

Originally on Nootka and Makah Spool #3. Transferred to reel-to-reel tape by the Library of Congress for APS in 1970.

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: 00:01:37


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Music; Christmas music

06-06. Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Nootka song
19491 .mp3; 00:02:20

Originally on Nootka and Makah Spool #3. Transferred to reel-to-reel tape by the Library of Congress for APS in 1970.

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: 00:02:20


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Music

06-07. Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Nootka song
19491 .mp3; 00:01:08

Originally on Nootka and Makah Spool #3. Transferred to reel-to-reel tape by the Library of Congress for APS in 1970.

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: 00:01:08


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Music

06-08. Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Nootka song
19491 .mp3; 00:01:19

Originally on Nootka and Makah Spool #3. Transferred to reel-to-reel tape by the Library of Congress for APS in 1970.

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: 00:01:19


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Music

06-09. Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967. Gallic, Seymour.
Old Gallic telling about the wars which he heard about from the old people when he was a boy
19491 .mp3; 00:57:32

Originally on Nootka and Makah Spool #4. Transferred to reel-to-reel tape by the Library of Congress for APS in 1970.

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: 00:57:32


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- History

07-01. Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967. Kishkish, Peter.
Nootka stories told by Peter Kishkish
19491 .mp3; 00:30:33

Originally on Nootka and Makah Spool #5. Transferred to reel-to-reel tape by the Library of Congress for APS in 1970.

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: 00:30:33


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Music; Nootka Indians -- Folklore

Mss.Rec.82.4 De Laguna, Frederica, 1906-2004. McClellan, Catharine.
Tlingit recordings made in Angoon, Alaska
1950 June 211 reel(s); Spans tape 7, track 1, part 2 to tape 7, track 2, part 1

Abstract: Tlingit recordings made in Angoon, Alaska, 21 June 1950, by Frederica de Laguna and Catherine McClellan. Text, "How Angoon was destroyed in 1882"; translation on typed sheets made by native from recording. Song of the Raven Hat. Three "Tsimshian" songs. The recordings were made by wire recorder loaned by Wenner-Gren Foundation; research the result of funds from the Arctic Institute of North America. This material has access restrictions. Please ask a curator for details.

Restrictions on Access: There are access restrictions for this material. Please consult the Manuscripts Librarian for detail.

Custodial history: Originally APS Recording 15, consisting of 1 wire spool transferred to open reel tape by the Library of Congress in 1970.

General physical description: Spans tape 7, track 1, part 2 to tape 7, track 2, part 1


Subject(s): Tsimshian Indians -- Folklore; Tlingit language; Tlingit Indians -- Music; Tlingit Indians -- History

07-02. McClellan, Catharine. Jones, Billy. De Laguna, Frederica, 1906-2004.
The history of the destruction of Angoon
1950-06-211 .mp3; 00:17:05

Originally APS Recording 15, recorded on wire spool, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:17:05


Geographic Name(s): Angoon (Alaska)

Subject(s): Tlingit language; Tlingit Indians -- History; Angoon (Alaska) -- History

07-03. McClellan, Catharine. Jones, Billy. Johnson, Jimmy. De Laguna, Frederica, 1906-2004. Johnson, Jimmy, Mrs..
The Song of the Raven Hat
1950-06-211 .mp3; 00:09:32

Originally APS Recording 15, recorded on wire spool, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:09:32


Geographic Name(s): Angoon (Alaska)

Subject(s): Tlingit Indians -- Music

07-04. De Laguna, Frederica, 1906-2004. Johnson, Jimmy. Johnson, Jimmy, Mrs.. McClellan, Catharine. Jones, Billy.
The Song of the Beaver Hat [1 of 2]
1950-06-221 .mp3; 00:03:13

Originally APS Recording 15, recorded on wire spool, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:03:13


Geographic Name(s): Angoon (Alaska)

Subject(s): Tlingit Indians -- Music

07-05. Jones, Billy. Johnson, Jimmy. Johnson, Jimmy, Mrs.. McClellan, Catharine. De Laguna, Frederica, 1906-2004.
The Song of the Beaver Hat [2 of 2]
1950-06-221 .mp3; 00:03:16

Originally APS Recording 15, recorded on wire spool, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:03:16


Geographic Name(s): Angoon (Alaska)

Subject(s): Tlingit Indians -- Music

07-06. Willis, Mary. McClellan, Catharine. Jones, Billy. Johnson, Jimmy. De Laguna, Frederica, 1906-2004. Johnson, Jimmy, Mrs.. Frank, Elsie.
Three Tsimshian songs
1950-06-221 .mp3; 00:09:33

Originally APS Recording 15, recorded on wire spool, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:09:33


Geographic Name(s): Angoon (Alaska)

Subject(s): Tsimshian Indians -- Music; Tlingit Indians -- Music

Mss.Rec.82.5 Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967.
Yaqui Texts
January 19541 reel(s); Tape 7, track 2, part 2

Abstract: Yaqui songs, stories, and historical narrative. Recorded by John Alden Mason in January 1954 in Marmosillo, Sonora, Mexico.

Custodial history: Originally recorded on 1 spool of wire, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

General physical description: Tape 7, track 2, part 2


Genre(s): Sound recordings

Subject(s): Yaqui Indians -- Music; Yaqui Indians -- History; Yaqui Indians -- Folklore

07-07. Moris, Juana. Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967.
The story of coyote (Yaqui)
1954-01-071 .mp3; 00:02:43

Originally recorded on 1 spool of wire, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:02:43


Geographic Name(s): Hermosillo (Mexico)

Subject(s): Yaqui Indians -- Folklore; Coyote -- Folklore

07-08. Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967. Valencia, Miguel.
The story of coyote (Spanish)
1954-01-071 .mp3; 00:02:10

Originally recorded on 1 spool of wire, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:02:10


Geographic Name(s): Hermosillo (Mexico)

Subject(s): Coyote -- Folklore; Yaqui Indians -- Folklore

07-09. Valencia, Miguel. Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967.
The story of the deer (Yaqui)
1954-01-071 .mp3; 00:00:48

Originally recorded on 1 spool of wire, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:00:48


Geographic Name(s): Hermosillo (Mexico)

Subject(s): Yaqui Indians -- Folklore

07-10. Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967. Valencia, Miguel.
The story of the deer (Spanish)
1954-01-071 .mp3; 00:01:11

Originally recorded on 1 spool of wire, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:01:11


Geographic Name(s): Hermosillo (Mexico)

Subject(s): Yaqui Indians -- Folklore

07-11. Valencia, Miguel. Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967.
Yaqui Song: La Paloma
1954-01-071 .mp3; 00:01:16

Originally recorded on 1 spool of wire, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:01:16


Geographic Name(s): Hermosillo (Mexico)

Subject(s): Yaqui Indians -- Music

07-12. Valencia, Miguel. Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967.
Yaqui Song: Maria Carmela
1954-01-071 .mp3; 00:01:54

Originally recorded on 1 spool of wire, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:01:54


Geographic Name(s): Hermosillo (Mexico)

Subject(s): Yaqui Indians -- Music

07-13. Valencia, Miguel. Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967.
Yaqui song about a tree
1954-01-091 .mp3; 00:04:02

Originally recorded on 1 spool of wire, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:04:02


Geographic Name(s): Hermosillo (Mexico)

Subject(s): Yaqui Indians -- Music

07-14. Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967. Valencia, Miguel.
An account of the life and history of the Yaqui (Yaqui)
1954-01-091 .mp3; 00:08:59

Originally recorded on 1 spool of wire, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:08:59


Geographic Name(s): Hermosillo (Mexico)

Subject(s): Yaqui Indians -- History

07-15. Valencia, Miguel. Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967.
An account of the life and history of the Yaqui (Spanish)
1954-01-091 .mp3; 00:03:12

Originally recorded on 1 spool of wire, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:03:12


Geographic Name(s): Hermosillo (Mexico)

Subject(s): Yaqui Indians -- History

07-16. Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967. Valencia, Miguel.
Yaqui song about the deer
1954-01-091 .mp3; 00:01:55

Originally recorded on 1 spool of wire, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:01:55


Geographic Name(s): Hermosillo (Mexico)

Subject(s): Yaqui Indians -- Music

Mss.Rec.82.6 Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967.
Northern Tepehuan material
19511 reel(s); Tape 8, track 1

Custodial history: The contents of this material are identical to APS Recording 12, tape 1, and therefore have not been digitized.

General physical description: Tape 8, track 1

Related material: See Northern Tepehuan language material (Mss.Rec.12)


Genre(s): Sound recordings

Subject(s): Tepehuan language; Tepehuan Indians -- Music; Tepehuan Indians -- Folklore

Mss.Rec.82.7 Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967.
Southern Tepehuan material
19482 reel(s); Spans tape 8, track 2 to tape 9, track 1, part 1

Custodial history: The contents of this material are the same as that of APS Recording 11 and therefore have not been digitized.

General physical description: Spans tape 8, track 2 to tape 9, track 1, part 1

Related material: See Southern Tepehuan language material (Mss.Rec.11)


Genre(s): Sound recordings

Subject(s): Tepehuan language; Tepehuan Indians -- Music; Tepehuan Indians -- Folklore

Mss.Rec.82.8 Jiménez Quispe, Luz. Barlow, R. H., (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951.
Nahuatl texts
19491 reel(s); Spans tape 9, track 1, part 2 to tape 9, track 2, part 1

Abstract: Nahuatl Texts, recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949, in Milpa Alta, Mexico. Stories given entirely in untranslated Nahuatl, with the exception of two stories given in Spanish. Almost all stories are given by Luz Jimenez. The identifiable texts include a story about the Mexican Day of the Dead holiday and the mountain Popocatepetl. Also includes one Yaqui song. There is occasional prominent cracking and hissing background noise on the recording.

Custodial history: Originally APS Recording 6, recorded on six 78-rpm discs which were transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

General physical description: Spans tape 9, track 1, part 2 to tape 9, track 2, part 1

Related material: A typescript transcription of the stories given on the recording is available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics collection (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c).


Genre(s): Sound recordings

Subject(s): Nahuas -- Folklore

09-01. Jiménez Quispe, Luz. Barlow, R. H. (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951.
Tlohkenawake (Dios sabio de todo) [1 of 2]
19491 .mp3; 00:04:07

Nahuatl Texts recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949. Originally recorded on phonograph record, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

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: 00:04:07


Geographic Name(s): Milpa Alta (Mexico)

Subject(s): Nahuas -- Folklore

09-02. Jiménez Quispe, Luz. Barlow, R. H. (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951.
Tlohkenawake (Dios sabio de todo) [2 of 2]
19491 .mp3; 00:02:37

Nahuatl Texts recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949. Originally recorded on phonograph record, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

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: 00:02:37


Geographic Name(s): Milpa Alta (Mexico)

Subject(s): Nahuas -- Folklore

09-03. Jiménez Quispe, Luz. Barlow, R. H. (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951.
Sasanili ipampa in mikailwitl [1 of 3]
19491 .mp3; 00:03:47

Nahuatl Texts recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949. Originally recorded on phonograph record, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

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: 00:03:47


Geographic Name(s): Milpa Alta (Mexico)

Subject(s): Nahuas -- Folklore

09-04. Jiménez Quispe, Luz. Barlow, R. H. (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951.
Sasanili ipampa in mikailwitl [2 of 3]
19491 .mp3; 00:03:56

Nahuatl Texts recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949. Originally recorded on phonograph record, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

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: 00:03:56


Geographic Name(s): Milpa Alta (Mexico)

Subject(s): Nahuas -- Folklore

09-05. Jiménez Quispe, Luz. Barlow, R. H. (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951.
Sasanili ipampa in mikailwitl [3 of 3]
19491 .mp3; 00:00:48

Nahuatl Texts recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949. Originally recorded on phonograph record, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

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: 00:00:48


Geographic Name(s): Milpa Alta (Mexico)

Subject(s): Nahuas -- Folklore

09-06. Jiménez Quispe, Luz. Barlow, R. H. (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951.
Kenin motamalchiwa
19491 .mp3; 00:02:18

Nahuatl Texts recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949. Originally recorded on phonograph record, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

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: 00:02:18


Geographic Name(s): Milpa Alta (Mexico)

Subject(s): Nahuas -- Folklore

09-07. Jiménez Quispe, Luz. Barlow, R. H. (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951.
Las Flores (Totonaco)
19491 .mp3; 00:01:28

Nahuatl Texts recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949. Originally recorded on phonograph record, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

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: 00:01:28


Geographic Name(s): Milpa Alta (Mexico)

Subject(s): Totonac Indians -- Folklore; Nahuas -- Folklore; All Souls' Day

09-08. Barlow, R. H. (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951.
Maso (Yaqui)
19491 .mp3; 00:00:41

Nahuatl Texts recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949. Originally recorded on phonograph record, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

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: 00:00:41


Geographic Name(s): Milpa Alta (Mexico)

Subject(s): Yaqui Indians -- Music

09-09. Barlow, R. H. (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951. Jiménez Quispe, Luz.
Sasanili ipampa in teposton [1 of 2]
19491 .mp3; 00:03:51

Nahuatl Texts recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949. Originally recorded on phonograph record, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

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: 00:03:51


Geographic Name(s): Milpa Alta (Mexico)

Subject(s): Nahuas -- Folklore

09-10. Jiménez Quispe, Luz. Barlow, R. H. (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951.
Sasanili ipampa in teposton [2 of 2]
19491 .mp3; 00:03:52

Nahuatl Texts recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949. Originally recorded on phonograph record, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

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: 00:03:52


Geographic Name(s): Milpa Alta (Mexico)

Subject(s): Nahuas -- Folklore

09-11. Jiménez Quispe, Luz. Barlow, R. H. (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951.
Tewewentsin
19491 .mp3; 00:03:39

Nahuatl Texts recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949. Originally recorded on phonograph record, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

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: 00:03:39


Geographic Name(s): Milpa Alta (Mexico)

Subject(s): Nahuas -- Folklore

09-12. Jiménez Quispe, Luz. Barlow, R. H. (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951.
Personajes en los cerros
19491 .mp3; 00:01:12

Nahuatl Texts recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949. Originally recorded on phonograph record, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

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: 00:01:12


Geographic Name(s): Milpa Alta (Mexico)

Subject(s): Nahuas -- Folklore

09-13. Barlow, R. H. (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951. Espinosa, Miguel Barrios.
Popokatepetl
19491 .mp3; 00:02:25

Nahuatl Texts recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949. Originally recorded on phonograph record, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

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: 00:02:25


Geographic Name(s): Milpa Alta (Mexico)

Subject(s): Popocatépetl (Mexico); Nahuas -- Folklore

09-14. Jiménez Quispe, Luz. Barlow, R. H. (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951.
Dios ometekwikatl [1 of 2]
19491 .mp3; 00:04:02

Nahuatl Texts recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949. Originally recorded on phonograph record, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

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: 00:04:02


Geographic Name(s): Milpa Alta (Mexico)

Subject(s): Nahuas -- Folklore

09-15. Barlow, R. H. (Robert Hayward), 1918-1951. Jiménez Quispe, Luz.
Dios ometekwikatl [2 of 2]
19491 .mp3; 00:03:40

Nahuatl Texts recorded by Robert Barlow circa 1949. Originally recorded on phonograph record, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcript available in the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics (Call no.: Mss.497.3.B63c.)

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: 00:03:40


Geographic Name(s): Milpa Alta (Mexico)

Subject(s): Nahuas -- Folklore

Mss.Rec.82.9 Russian language folk material
undated1 reel(s); Tape 9, track 2, part 2

Abstract: Excerpts of Russian wedding rite, followed by Russian folk songs sung by a group of women. No accomapnying documentation.

Custodial history: Originally recorded on two 78-rpm discs, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

General physical description: Tape 9, track 2, part 2


Genre(s): Sound recordings

Subject(s): Marriage customs and rites -- Russia; Folk music -- Russia (Federation)

09-16. Four excerpts from Russian wedding rite
Undated1 .mp3; 00:05:17

Originally recorded on 78-rpm disc, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:05:17


Geographic Name(s): Pskov (Russia)

Subject(s): Wedding music -- Russia (Federation) ; Marriage customs and rites -- Russia

09-17. Russian folk song
Undated1 .mp3; 00:02:11

Originally recorded on 78-rpm disc, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:02:11


Geographic Name(s): Pskov (Russia)

Subject(s): Folk music -- Russia (Federation)

09-18. Russian folk song
Undated1 .mp3; 00:01:12

Originally recorded on 78-rpm disc, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:01:12


Geographic Name(s): Pskov (Russia)

Subject(s): Folk music -- Russia (Federation)

09-19. Russian folk song
Undated1 .mp3; 00:01:21

Originally recorded on 78-rpm disc, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:01:21


Geographic Name(s): Pskov (Russia)

Subject(s): Folk music -- Russia (Federation)

09-20. Russian folk song
Undated1 .mp3; 00:02:09

Originally recorded on 78-rpm disc, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:02:09


Geographic Name(s): Pskov (Russia)

Subject(s): Folk music -- Russia (Federation)

09-21. Russian folk song
Undated1 .mp3; 00:01:51

Originally recorded on 78-rpm disc, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:01:51


Geographic Name(s): Pskov (Russia)

Subject(s): Folk music -- Russia (Federation)

09-22. Russian folk song
Undated1 .mp3; 00:00:49

Originally recorded on 78-rpm disc, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:00:49


Geographic Name(s): Pskov (Russia)

Subject(s): Folk music -- Russia (Federation)

09-23. Russian folk song
Undated1 .mp3; 00:01:26

Originally recorded on 78-rpm disc, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:01:26


Geographic Name(s): Pskov (Russia)

Subject(s): Folk music -- Russia (Federation)

09-24. Russian folk song
Undated1 .mp3; 00:02:30

Originally recorded on 78-rpm disc, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:02:30


Geographic Name(s): Pskov (Russia)

Subject(s): Folk music -- Russia (Federation)

09-25. Russian folk song
Undated1 .mp3; 00:01:01

Originally recorded on 78-rpm disc, transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:01:01


Geographic Name(s): Pskov (Russia)

Subject(s): Folk music -- Russia (Federation)

Mss.Rec.82.10 Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse J..
Ceremonial Songs of Tonawanda Seneca Longhouse
19362 reel(s)

Abstract: Ceremonial Songs of Tonawanda Seneca Longhouse, recorded by Martha Champion Randle on phonograph discs in 1936. This material has access restrictions.

Restrictions on Access: The audio in this section is currently restricted due to the high likelihood of its cultural sensitivity, pending further review. Please consult the Manuscripts Department for more details.

Related material: Typescript transcripts (56 p.) of a majority of the songs are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection. To be used with: Kurath, Gertrude Prokosch. Ceremonial songs of Tonawanda Seneca Longhouse. (Mss.497.3.K965st)


Genre(s): Sound recordings

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Seneca Indians -- Music

09-26. Randle, Martha Champion. Shanks, Robert.
Women's Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:04:40

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:04:40


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

09-27. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Hand in Hand Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:05:17

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:05:17


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-01. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Hand in Hand Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:04:18

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:04:18


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-02. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Hand in Hand Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:02:32

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:02:32


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-03. Randle, Martha Champion. Shanks, Robert.
Great Feather Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:01:47

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:47


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-04. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Great Feather Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:03:07

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:03:07


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-05. Randle, Martha Champion. Shanks, Robert.
New type women's dance
19361 .mp3; 00:01:09

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:09


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-06. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
False Face
19361 .mp3; 00:04:46

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:04:46


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Seneca Indians -- Music

10-07. Randle, Martha Champion. Shanks, Robert.
False Face
19361 .mp3; 00:05:11

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:05:11


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Seneca Indians -- Music

10-08. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
False Face
19361 .mp3; 00:03:01

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:03:01


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Seneca Indians -- Music

10-09. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Drawing
19361 .mp3; 00:01:56

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:56


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-10. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Eagle Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:04:04

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:04:04


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-11. Randle, Martha Champion. Shanks, Robert.
Eagle Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:04:22

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:04:22


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-12. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Fish Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:04:57

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:04:57


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-13. Randle, Martha Champion. Shanks, Robert.
Pigeon Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:05:37

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:05:37


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-14. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
War Dance (Thunder Rite)
19361 .mp3; 00:02:46

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:02:46


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Seneca Indians -- Music

10-15. Randle, Martha Champion. Shanks, Robert.
Change Rib
19361 .mp3; 00:02:25

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:02:25


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-16. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Change Rib
19361 .mp3; 00:05:33

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:05:33


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-17. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Change Rib
19361 .mp3; 00:03:11

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:03:11


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-18. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Change Rib
19361 .mp3; 00:05:05

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:05:05


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-19. Randle, Martha Champion. Shanks, Robert.
Change Rib
19361 .mp3; 00:01:21

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:21


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-20. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Moccasin Game Songs
19361 .mp3; 00:03:47

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:03:47


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-21. Cornplanter, Jesse. Randle, Martha Champion.
Dawn Songs
19361 .mp3; 00:04:05

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:04:05


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-22. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Coon Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:03:49

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:03:49


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-23. Cornplanter, Jesse. Randle, Martha Champion.
Women's Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:01:04

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:04


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-24. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Feather Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:01:12

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:12


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-25. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Women's Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:01:41

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:41


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-26. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Buffalo Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:02:22

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:02:22


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-27. Cornplanter, Jesse. Randle, Martha Champion.
Corn Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:01:43

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:43


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-28. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Corn Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:02:38

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:02:38


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-29. Cornplanter, Jesse. Randle, Martha Champion.
Robin Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:02:12

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:02:12


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-30. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Duck Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:05:08

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:05:08


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-31. Randle, Martha Champion. Shanks, Robert.
War Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:03:41

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:03:41


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

10-32. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Pigeon Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:01:13

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:13


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-01. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Devil Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:04:32

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:04:32


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-02. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Dark Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:04:57

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:04:57


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-03. Randle, Martha Champion. Shanks, Robert.
Dark Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:01:34

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:34


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-04. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
Garters Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:02:50

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:02:50


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-05. Black, Edward. Randle, Martha Champion.
Garters Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:05:33

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:05:33


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-06. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
Drum Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:03:13

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:03:13


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-07. Black, Edward. Randle, Martha Champion.
Drum Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:04:49

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:04:49


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-08. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
Drum Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:00:59

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:00:59


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-09. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
Drum Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:02:19

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:02:19


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-10. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
New Women's Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:00:59

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:00:59


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-11. Black, Edward. Randle, Martha Champion.
New Women's Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:01:51

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:51


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-12. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
New Women's Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:01:04

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:04


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-13. Black, Edward. Randle, Martha Champion.
Women's Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:01:28

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:28


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-14. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
Women's Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:03:44

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:03:44


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-15. Black, Edward. Randle, Martha Champion.
Trotting Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:00:29

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:00:29


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-16. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
Trotting Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:05:00

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:05:00


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-17. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
Trotting Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:01:26

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:26


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-18. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
Chicken Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:03:16

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:03:16


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-19. Black, Edward. Randle, Martha Champion.
Yei'dos
19361 .mp3; 00:05:01

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:05:01


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-20. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
Women's Dance with "Three Sisters"
19361 .mp3; 00:02:53

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:02:53


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-21. Black, Edward. Randle, Martha Champion.
Adon'we: Personal Chants
19361 .mp3; 00:03:27

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:03:27


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-22. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
Handsome Lake's Own Song
19361 .mp3; 00:00:46

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:00:46


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music; Handsome Lake, 1735-1815

11-23. Black, Edward. Randle, Martha Champion.
Women's Dance at Seed Festival
19361 .mp3; 00:04:50

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:04:50


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-24. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
Knee Rattle Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:04:33

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:04:33


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-25. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
Pigeon Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:02:29

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:02:29


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-26. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
Story song about a poor family
19361 .mp3; 00:00:52

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:00:52


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music; Seneca Indians -- Folklore

11-27. Black, Edward. Randle, Martha Champion.
Story song about a stuck-up boy
19361 .mp3; 00:01:07

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:07


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music; Seneca Indians -- Folklore

11-28. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
Moccasin Games
19361 .mp3; 00:04:54

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:04:54


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-29. Black, Edward. Randle, Martha Champion.
False Face
19361 .mp3; 00:05:12

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:05:12


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Seneca Indians -- Music

11-30. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion. Black, Edward.
Bear Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:03:29

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:03:29


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-31. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Oh gi we: Dance For Departed Spirits
19361 .mp3; 00:01:50

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:50


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Seneca Indians -- Music

11-32. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Oh gi we: Dance For Departed Spirits
19361 .mp3; 00:05:11

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:05:11


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Seneca Indians -- Music

11-33. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Oh gi we: Dance For Departed Spirits
19361 .mp3; 00:04:31

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:04:31


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Seneca Indians -- Music

11-34. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Quavering
19361 .mp3; 00:03:02

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:03:02


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-35. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
New Fish Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:02:00

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:02:00


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

11-36. Shanks, Robert. Randle, Martha Champion.
Unidentified song
19361 .mp3; 00:04:52

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:04:52


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

12-01. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Choose a Partner Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:03:32

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:03:32


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

12-02. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Skin Beating Dance (Delaware)
19361 .mp3; 00:02:32

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:02:32


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

12-03. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Sun Rite: Striking the Stick (Pole) Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:01:59

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:59


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Seneca Indians -- Music

12-04. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Alligator Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:02:16

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:02:16


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

12-05. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Grinding an Arrow Dance
19361 .mp3; 00:02:06

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:02:06


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

12-06. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Carry Out Kettle
19361 .mp3; 00:03:45

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:03:45


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

12-07. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Oshewe
19361 .mp3; 00:01:45

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:45


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

12-08. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Husk Faces, Medicine Society Rite
19361 .mp3; 00:01:22

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:22


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music; Seneca Indians -- Rites and ceremonies

12-09. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Hiawataha Show Song
19361 .mp3; 00:01:21

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:21


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

12-10. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Funeral song from Hiawatha
19361 .mp3; 00:01:34

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:34


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music; Funeral music

12-11. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Council Fire Song
19361 .mp3; 00:01:32

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:32


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

12-12. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Iroquois Dawn Song
19361 .mp3; 00:01:56

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:01:56


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

12-13. Randle, Martha Champion. Cornplanter, Jesse.
Canoe or Hunting Song
19361 .mp3; 00:00:52

Originally recorded phonograph discs in 1936, then transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970. Typescript transcripts are available in the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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: 00:00:52


Geographic Name(s): Tonawanda Indian Reservation (N.Y.)

Subject(s): Seneca Indians -- Music

Mss.Rec.82.11 Forbes, Jacques C. R..
Materials on Papiamento, native language of the Netherlands Antilles
circa 19621 reel(s); Tape 13, track 1, part 1

Abstract: Program consists of stories and songs, interspersed with organ and Latin American music. No accompanying documenation.

Custodial history: Originally part of APS Recording 48, consisting of two 7" discs and one 10" disc transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congressin 1970.

General physical description: Tape 13, track 1, part 1


Genre(s): Sound recordings

Subject(s): Songs, Papiamento; Papiamento

13-01. Forbes, Jacques C. R..
Materials on Papiamento
circa 19621 .mp3; 00:50:41

Program consists of stories and songs, interspersed with organ and Curaçaoan music. Originally part of APS Recording 48, consisting of two 7" discs and one 10" disc transferred to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:50:41


Subject(s): Songs, Papiamento; Papiamento; Organ music; Music -- Curaçao; Curaçao -- Social life and customs

Mss.Rec.82.12 Parpart, Arthur Kemble, 1903-1965. Frankhauser, Gerhard. Conklin, Edwin Grant, 1863-1952.
Reminiscences of Dr. Edwin Grant Conklin (1863-1952), Biologist
1952 November 211 reel(s); Tape 13, track 1

Abstract: A group discussion with Professor Edwin G. Conklin on November 19, 1952, two days before his death.

Custodial history: Originally APS Recording 26, transferred from phonograph record to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

General physical description: Tape 13, track 1


Genre(s): Sound recordings

Subject(s): Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.); Embryology -- History; Biology -- United States; American Philosophical Society

13-02. Conklin, Edwin Grant, 1863-1952. Parpart, Arthur Kemble, 1903-. Frankhauser, Gerhard.
Reminiscences of Dr. Edwin Grant Conklin (1863-1952), Biologist [1 of 2]
1952-11-191 .mp3; 00:10:22

Reminiscences and group discussion, made two days before Dr. Conklin's death. Originally APS Recording 26, transferred from phonograph record to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:10:22


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Embryology -- History; Biology -- United States; American Philosophical Society

13-03. Parpart, Arthur Kemble, 1903-. Frankhauser, Gerhard. Conklin, Edwin Grant, 1863-1952.
Reminiscences of Dr. Edwin Grant Conklin (1863-1952), Biologist [2 of 2]
1952-11-191 .mp3; 00:15:01

Reminiscences and group discussion, made two days before Dr. Conklin's death. Originally APS Recording 26, transferred from phonograph record to open reel tape for the APS by the Library of Congress in 1970.

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: 00:15:01


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Embryology -- History; Biology -- United States; American Philosophical Society

Mss.Rec.82.13 Oppenheimer, J. Robert, 1904-1967.
Speech on the development of the Atomic Bomb by Robert J. Oppenheimer
circa 19461 reel(s); Tape 13, track 2, part 2

General physical description: Tape 13, track 2, part 2


Genre(s): Sound recordings

Subject(s): Atomic bomb -- History