Charles C. Moore Recording Charles Moore recorded two Shoshoni Indian songs that he remembered from his childhood., 1961  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Moore, Charles C. (Charles Cornell), 1880-1971
Title
Charles C. Moore Recording Charles Moore recorded two Shoshoni Indian songs that he remembered from his childhood.
Dates
1961
Quantity
1 reel audiotape
Collection Number
Collection 1041, MtBC, us (collection)
Summary
The Charles C. Moore Recording
Repository
Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Montana State University-Bozeman Library
Merrill G Burlingame Special Collections
P.O. Box 173320
Bozeman, MT
59717-3320
Telephone: 406-994-4242
Fax: 406-994-2851
spcoll@www.lib.montana.edu
Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Charles Cornell Moore was born on February 3, 1880 at Fort Washakie, Wyoming, the son of Nevada Cornell and James Moore, who operated the trading post at Fort Washakie. Charles had three siblings who survived to adulthood, James K., Annie B. and Mary Virginia. The Moore family moved to California around 1890 where Charles attended public school. He eventually became a lawyer, but practiced only briefly before returning to Wyoming and ranch life in 1907, opening his first Rocky Mountain Boys Camp, where he guided pack trips into the wilderness areas of Yellowstone Park. He later purchased land near Dubois, Wyoming and established the C-M Dude Ranch. He continued running the dude ranch until his retirement to California in 1952. Selling the C-M Dude Ranch in 1952, Charles and his wife retired to California, returning to the ranch each summer. Charles Moore died in October of 1971 at the age of 91.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

On September 6, 1961, at the home of Jack E. Haynes in Mammoth, Yellowstone National Park, Charles Moore recorded two Shoshoni Indian songs that he remembered from his childhood. The first was intended to accompany a guessing game and the second was a war song. Moore accompanied himself on a drum. Jack Haynes introduces Moore at the beginning of the tape, and Moore himself describes the songs. The tape is four minutes and thirty seconds in duration.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Folk songs, Shoshoni
  • Folk songs, Shoshoni
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America -- Songs and music
  • Shoshoni Indians
  • Shoshoni Indians -- Music
  • Shoshoni Indians -- Songs and music
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Audiotapes
  • Music
  • Songs and music
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Haynes, Jack Ellis, 1884-1962, recordist