Doris Duke oral history project, 1966-1972  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Collector
American West Center
Title
Doris Duke oral history project
Dates
1966-1972 (inclusive)
Quantity
16.5 linear feet
Collection Number
Ms0417
Summary
The Doris Duke oral history project (1966-1972) consists of transcripts of interviews. In 1966 Doris Duke funded a program to interview American Indians in several states in order to document American history from the Indian point of view. The program was directed in Utah by C. Gregory Crampton for the Western History Center (now the American West Center) at the University of Utah. The interviews represent tribes in Utah and in neighboring states, and include both urban and reservation dwellers. Also included are interviews with non-Indians who were closely associated with various Indian individuals or groups.
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860
Telephone: 801-581-8863
SPCreference@lists.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

In 1966 Doris Duke funded a program to interview American Indians in several states in order to document American history from the Indian point of view. The program was directed in Utah by C. Gregory Crampton for the Western History Center (now the American West Center) at the University of Utah. The interviews represent tribes in Utah and in neighboring states, and include both urban and reservation dwellers. Also included are interviews with non-Indians who were closely associated with various Indian individuals or groups.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The interviews represent tribes in Utah and in neighboring states, and include both urban and reservation dwellers. Subjects interviewed are affiliated with the Utes, Paiutes, Hopi, Navajo, Havasupai, Shoshoni, Zuni, Kickapoo, Thinglit, Arapahoe, Chippewa, Lakota Sioux, Santee-Sioux, Pawnee, Creek, Goshute, Bannock, Acoma, Nez Perce, Comanche, Crow, Winnebago, and Hualapai, as well as other tribes. Topics discussed include reservation life, ceremonies, customs, inter-tribal relations, historical events, education, language, tribal sovereignty, relations with various governmental entities, termination, land and water issues, and legends. Also included are interviews with non-Indians who were closely associated with various Indian individuals or groups.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.

Permission to publish material from the Doris Duke oral history project must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: Doris Duke oral history project, Ms 417, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Following Citations: Ms 417.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Interviews 1-25Return to Top

Container(s): Box 1

Container(s) Description Dates
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1
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No. 1
Connor Chapoose, Northern Ute
Role of Chief, migration, dreams, tribal law, communication, territories, how to become a chief, tobacco, tribal politics, food, shelters, hunting, blankets, origin, Chief Ouray, councils, clothes, role of women, pregnancy, childbirth, parent-child relations, sexual behavior, a girls first menstrual period. Interviewed and recorded by Younger T. Witherspoon in Salt Lake City, Utah. 55 pages. See also Conversations with Connor Chapoose by Y. T. Witherspoon (1993).
1960
No. 2
Connor Chapoose, Northern Ute
Medicine men, tribal law, council meetings, names, ear piercing, recreation, arts and crafts. Interviewed and recorded by Younger T. Witherspoon in Salt Lake City, Utah. 43 pages.
1960
No. 3
Connor Chapoose, Northern Ute
Dance, clothes, Bear Dance, Sun Dance. Interviewed and recorded by Younger T. Witherspoon in Salt Lake City, Utah. 46 pages.
1960
No. 4
Connor Chapoose, Northern Ute
Dance, food, Sun Rising Ceremony, religion, Sun Dance, medicine, Bear Dance, profanity, Medicine Man, Ghost Dance, death, names, ghosts, burial customs, water babies, folklore, farming, coming of the White Man. Interviewed and recorded by Younger T. Witherspoon in Salt Lake City, Utah. 48 pages.
1960
No. 5
Connor Chapoose, Northern Ute
Language, education, medicine men, the Sun Dance, sacred places, religion, doctors and medicine men, Native American time concept. Interviewed and recorded by Younger T. Witherspoon in Salt Lake City, Utah. 28 pages.
1960
No. 6
Connor Chapoose, Northern Ute
Religion, the creation, relationship with animals, origin of races, origin of human characteristics, origin of tribal names, the coming of the white man, the Ghost Dance, ghosts, Ute territories, morals and virtues, bathing custom, marriage customs, sexual behavior, polygamy, justice for the unfaithful spouses. Interviewed and recorded by Younger T. Witherspoon in Salt Lake City, Utah. 46 pages.
1960
No. 7
Connor Chapoose, Northern Ute
Cattle and the cattle business, farming, family life, preservation of crafts. Interviewed and recorded by Younger T. Witherspoon in Salt Lake City, Utah. 18 pages.
1960
No. 8
Connor Chapoose, Northern Ute
Sun Dance and youth, story telling, youth of today, social workers and Native American relations, Federal policy regarding education, child-parent relations, Federal policy, Native American-Caucasian relations, Mormon-Native America relations, Non-Mormon-Native American relations, Ute-Navajo relations, language, self concepts, childhood. Interviewed and recorded by Younger T. Witherspoon in Salt Lake City, Utah. 50 pages.
1960
No. 9
Connor Chapoose, Northern Ute
Family life, occupations, rations, public utilities, parent-child relations, and education. Interview recorded by Younger T. Witherspoon in Salt Lake City, Utah. 51 pages.
1960
No. 10
Connor Chapoose, Northern Ute
Bureau of Native American Affairs, cattle business, farming, Colorado judgment, economics. Interviewed and recorded by Younger T. Witherspoon in Salt Lake City, Utah. 35 pages.
1960
No. 11
Connor Chapoose, Northern Ute
Role of a chief, tribal government and law, medicine men, food, and horses. Interviewed and recorded by Younger T. Witherspoon in Salt Lake City, Utah. 37 pages.
1960
No. 12
L. B. Titus, Non-Native associated with Utes
Arrival of Utes at Indian Creek, Caucasian-Ute relationships, cooking techniques, ear piercing, incident with a wild jackass, hunting, livestock, shelters, renegades, clothing, children, Native American laborers, ceremonies, travel, dogs, young men and women, squaws, leather work, Native American trouble. Interviewed and recorded by Dr. Sandra Carruthers in Moab, Utah. 21 pages.
1967
No. 13a
Helen Knight, Non-Native associated with Utes
Trade, Chipeta, McCook, shopping habits of the Native Americans. Interviewed and recorded by Dr. Sandra Carruthers in Moab, Utah. 2 pages.
1967
No. 13b
Claude Taylor and Stella Taylor, Non-Native associated with Utes
Taylor's places of residence, government allotments, burial customs, Taylor's children, Ute dress and hair, epidemic, accounts of individual Native Americans, Ute residential areas, language, Caucasian - Native American relations, eating habits, ceremonies, migrations, children, squaws, hunting, health, water rights, trade, shopping habits, San At-Chee, Caucasian attitudes about the Native Americans. Interviewed and recorded by Dr. Sandra Carruthers in Fruita, Colorado. 26 pages.
1967
No. 14
Lulu Wash Chapoose Brock, Northern Ute
Personal history, ancestry, children, childhood, farming, customs, alcohol, tribal affairs, education, Caucasian-Native American relations, Native American agents, food, merchants, Ouray River incidents, Lulu Brock's Grandmother, Chief Ouray, artisans, community elders. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Fort Duchesne, Utah. 38 pages.
1967
No. 15
Charles McGee, Hualapai
Medicine men, war, divorce, story telling, and legends, including Creation, Origin of Foods, Warrior Acquiring a Bride. Interviewed and Recorded by Clifford Purcell in Peach Springs, Arizona. 27 pages.
1967
No. 16
Elaine Naranjo, Tewa
Life in Utah, joining the LDS church, move to Pueblo, education, persecution of the LDS Church, recreation, youth problems, life in Santa Clara Pueblo, Brigham Young University.Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Salt Lake City, Utah. 15 pages.
1967
No. 17
Eugene Naranjo, Jemez - Santa Clara, Tewa
Acculturation, arts and crafts, cattle business, Catholics, Protestants, Mormons, civic organizations, education, epidemics, Native American - U.S Government relations, public health, irrigation, Jemez, San Felipe, San Ildefonso, Santo Domingo, Tesuque and Zuni Pueblos, Native American Religion, personal background, Spanish Era, tourism, welfare.Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Salt Lake City, Utah. 51 pages.
1967
No. 18
Ute Rehabilitation Report, Non-Native associated with Utes
This is an interim evaluation report conducted by Jesse D. Jennings. Also present are Dr. Gordon Gibson, Elmer R. Smith, and Professor Robert Anderson. They are discussing a job training program under the direction of Dr. Witherspoon. Topics include the purpose of rehabilitation program, the history of the project, concept of the project, results, evaluation, progress, operational philosophy, personnel, relocation program, program direction, work plans, difficulty in evaluation, recommendations, more contact between directory and field workers, submitted reports, recommend third phase, field men should know individuals eligible for program, accomplish more, increased work load, newsletters, addition to staff, invitation of more Native American participants, work with younger people, discussion about rehabilitation program. Recorded at The University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah, donated by Lyman Tyler. 69 pages.
1956
No. 19
Utes Women Conference: Gwen Mulder, Non-Native associated with Utes
Adjustment to change, human resources, settling goals, education. Recorded and donated by S. Lyman Tyler and J. Witherspoon. 3 pages.
No. 20
Anna Early, Apache
Education, wellfare, population, alcohol, Bureau of Native American Affairs, language, discrimination, story telling. Interviewed and recorded by Gregory C. Thompson in Durango, Colorado. 17 pages.
1968 March 22
No. 21
Lucinda Nastacio
A transcript of " The Creation of Santa Nina," a Zuni legend. 3 pages.
1969
No. 22
Lemuel Paya, Havasupai
Funeral Ceremony, death of children, Navajo families, the first people to live in the Tuba City Area, epidemics, trading children for food, origins of the Supai name, first people to import fruit trees, food, hunting, getting red paint, discovering salt, Supai's range limit, relations between Paiute's and Supai. Interviewed and recorded by Upton Ramsey and Dr. C Gregory Crampton in Supai, Arizona. 17 pages.
1967
No. 23
Lemuel Paya, Havasupai
Marshall family, trade in the far past, Incident with three Spaniards, Gold mining, kidnapped woman, contact between Hopi, Navajo, Apache, Supai, and George Cochise, trade between Mojaves, Supais, Hualapais, and Hopis, basket weaving, tourism, fruit orchards, alcohol, Law. Interviewed and recorded by Upton Ramsey and Dr. C. Gregory Crampton in Supai, Arizona. 15 pages.
1967
No. 24
Lemuel Paya, Havasupai
Name of canyons and trails, names of chiefs and other people, names of animals, the first pistol in the territory, Supai words for various Native American tribes, learning to speak English, Caucasian - Native American relations. Interviewed and recorded by Upton Ramsey and Dr. C. Gregory Crampton in Supai Arizona. 16 pages.
1967
No. 25
Effie Hanna and Henry Hanna, Havasupai
Relations with Caucasian people as a small child, trade with the Hopi, trade with the Supai. Interviewed and recorded by Upton Ramsey in Supai, Arizona. 2 pages.
1967

Interviews 26-45Return to Top

Container(s): Box 2

Container(s) Description Dates
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2
item
No. 26
Gilbert Teton, Shoshoni
Education, reservation life, alcohol, economics, land, religion, youth, financial aid, Civil Rights, military service, Caucasian-Native American relations. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Durango Colorado at the Fort Lewis College. 23 pages.
1967
No. 27
Lance Eagleman, Sioux
Education, Reservation life, alcohol, the future for the Native American, concept of time, The Native American in society, discrimination, music. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Durango, Colorado at the Fort Lewis College. 34 pages.
1967
No. 28
Kay Wallis, Athapascan
Education, Social problems, Reservation life, Alaska, Aleut, Gonana, migration, Caucasian and Native American relations, help for the Native American. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Durango Colorado at the Fort Lewis College. 20 pages.
1967
No. 29
Gustina Smith Wilkins, Non-Native associated with Utes
Life in the early days, history of Roosevelt, Utah. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Roosevelt, Utah. 18 pages.
1968
No. 30
Robert Jenks, Ute; Cuch Pawwannee, Ute; Hazel Wardel, Non-Native associated with Utes
Bear Dance, Sun Dance, legends, language, population, dance. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Fort Duchesne, Utah. 17 pages.
1969
No. 31
Elaine Erickson, Thlingit
Education, Fort Lewis College, Native American identity, life in Alaska, Reservation observations, land, Statehood, Federal Government, Native American relations, religion, alcohol, concept of time. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Durango Colorado at the Fort Lewis College. 30 pages.
1967
No. 32
Thelma Stiffarm, Gros Ventre-Cree
Education, The Reservation, arts and crafts, relations between the Federal Government, Anglos, and Native Americans. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Durango Colorado at the Fort Lewis College. 33 pages.
1967
No. 33
Levi Baker, Southern Ute
Relatives on reservation, tribal history, education, discrimination, work experiences, alcohol, reservation life, legends. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Durango, Colorado. 33 pages.
1967
No. 34
Aubry Cooper, Non-Native associated with Southern Utes
Fort Lewis College, Utes on Piedra River, alcohol, Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico, Chama, allotments, gold, cattle and cattle companies, land grants, Tom Burns, Dulce agency. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Aztec, New Mexico. 36 pages.
1967
No. 35
Elmer Lincoln, Navajo
Personal background, education, Shalako Club, reservations, Indian heritage, white-Indian relations, discrimination, employment, alcohol, religion, concept of time, military service. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Durango Colorado at the Fort Lewis College. 21 pages.
1967
No. 36
Clyde Benally, Navajo
Personal background, education, language, Shalako Club, humor, reservations, civil rights, termination, white-Indian relations, alcohol. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Durango Colorado at the Fort Lewis College. 40 pages.
1967
No. 37
Maude Darnell, Non-Native associated with Utes
Frontier in Colorado, alcohol, food, rations, background, arts and crafts, agents for the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Bayfield, Colorado. 17 pages.
1967
No. 38a
Tony Smiraldo, Non-Native associated with Paiutes
Horsemen, alcohol, intermarriage, Spanish ranch, white-Indian relations, roping, horses, shelters, names. Interviewed and recorded by C. Gregory Crampton at Elko, Nevada. 35 pages.
1967
No. 38b
Joe McKnight, Non-Native associated with Paiutes
Farming, horsemen, white-Indian relations, alcohol, intermarriage, employment, education, shelters. Interviewed and recorded by C. Gregory Crampton at Elko, Nevada. Also present were Nina Brown, Alice McKnight Chapin and Helen Crampton. 11 pages.
1967
No. 39a
Don D. Walker, Non-Native
Transcript of a speech by Don D. Walker entitled "The Comic View of Mark Twain and Artemus Ward," one of a series of speeches given at a conference held at the University of Utah under the direction of Dr. Walker. The conference was entitled "The Literature of Utah and the West." Recorded by D. Corydon Hammond. 13 pages.
1967
No. 39b
Neal E. Lambert, Non-Native
Transcript of a speech by Lambert entitled "Bishops, Blood and Bandits: Mormons as Literary Villains," one of a series of speeches given at a conference held at the University of Utah under the direction of Dr. Walker. The conference was entitled "The Literature of Utah and the West." Recorded by D. Corydon Hammond. 18 pages.
1967
No. 40a
Levi S. Peterson, Non-Native
Transcript of a speech by Levi S. Peterson entitled "Themes of Mormon Fiction," one of a series of speeches given at a conference held at the University of Utah under the direction of Dr. Walker. The conference was entitled "The Literature of Utah and the West." Recorded by The Western History Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. 22 pages.
1967
40b
Blanche R. Cannon, Non-Native
Transcript of a speech by Cannon entitled "Fiction First," one of a series of speeches given at a conference held at the University of Utah under the direction of Dr. Walker. The conference was entitled "The Literature of Utah and the West." Recorded by The Western History Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. 15 pages.
1967
No. 41a
Fred Moramarco
Transcript of a speech by Fred Moramarco entitled "The Literary Miners of Bret Harte and Mark Twain," one of a series of speeches given at a conference held at the University of Utah under the direction of Dr. Walker. The conference was entitled "The Literature of Utah and the West." Recorded by The Western History Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. 19 pages.
1967
No. 41b
Levi S. Peterson, Non-Native
Transcript of a speech by Levi S. Peterson about the slaughter of the buffalo, one of a series of speeches given at a conference held at the University of Utah under the direction of Dr. Walker. The conference was entitled "The Literature of Utah and the West." Recorded by The Western History Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. 23 pages.
1967
No. 42a
Robert Steensma, Non-Native
Transcript of a speech by Steensma entitled "The Land of Desert Sweet: The Homesteader and his Literature," one of a series of speeches given at a conference held at the University of Utah under the direction of Dr. Walker. The conference was entitled "The Literature of Utah and the West." Recorded by The Western History Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. 26 pages.
1967
No. 42b
Don D. Walker, Non-Native
Transcript of a speech by Don D. Walker entitled "From History to Literature: Some Notes on Crazy Horse and Cochise," one of a series of speeches given at a conference held at the University of Utah under the direction of Dr. Walker. The conference was entitled "The Literature of Utah and the West." Recorded by The Western History Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. 11 pages.
1967
No. 43a
Delbert Wylder, Non-Native
Transcript of a speech by Wylder on the portrayal of native peoples in literature since World War II, one of a series of speeches given at a conference held at the University of Utah under the direction of Dr. Walker. The conference was entitled "The Literature of Utah and the West." Recorded by The Western History Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. 38 pages.
1967
No. 43b
Frank Waters, Non-Native
Transcript of a speech by Waters entitled "Writing The Man Who Killed the Deer and Book of the Hopi," one of a series of speeches given at a conference held at the University of Utah under the direction of Dr. Walker. The conference was entitled "The Literature of Utah and the West." Recorded by The Western History Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. 19 pages.
1967
No. 44
Larry Tsosie, Navajo
Education, Financial Aid, Legends, Religion, Reservation life, concept of time, Shalako Club, family life, alcohol.Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Durango Colorado at the Fort Lewis College. 37 pages.
1967
No. 45
J. M. Calvert, Non-Native associated with Northern Utes
Father as a Ute Trader, Colonel Randlett, schools, Episcopal Church, Duchesne Bridge Settlement, founding of Roosevelt, families of the Myton Area, road to Price and transportation, old photos of Native Americans, how Native Americans lived in the 1900's, Native American-Caucasian relations, memories of parents. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Salt Lake City, Utah. 66 pages.
1967

Interviews, 46-64Return to Top

Container(s): Box 3

Container(s) Description Dates
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No. 46
Henry Harris Jr., Northern Ute
Family background, establishing Fort Duchesne, personal education, allotments, Suckive and the flight to South Dakota, parents, Chambeau and Jim Bridger, African American troops at Fort Duchesne, Native American schools in Uintah Basin, Native American farmers, Chief Tabby, Colorow, Utes and Mormon relations, violence on the strip, problems of Native American people. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Fort Duchesne, Utah. 45 pages.
1967
No. 47
Dewey Arapoo, Northern Ute
Farmers, childhood, food and supply issue, agents, sign language, artisans. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Randlett, Utah. 26 pages.
1967
No. 48
Oran F. Curry, Northern Ute
Education, cattle business dealings, farming, family life, preservation of crafts, information sources, hunting, sawmill, religion, missionaries, reservations, court battle, medicine men, hair braiding, gold mine. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Neola, Utah. 53 pages.
1967
No. 49
Robert Ouray, Northern Ute
Migration, farmers, Chinese merchant, Red Moon, chiefs, agents, present condition of tribes, dances, education, sign language, allotments, Curry brothers, travel to Pennsylvania. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neli in Randlett, Utah. 36 pages.
1967
No. 50
Bessie Owens Kohl, Non-Native associated with Northern Utes
Sources of information, politics, alcohol, shooting incident, farming decline, causes of poverty, water rights, epidemics, medical care, influentail Native Americans, Duke Oral history, education, missionaries. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Heber, Utah. 46 pages.
1967
No. 51
F. Vern Briscoe, Non-Native associated with Shoshoni
Incidents with Navajos, panic of 1893, crossing the San Juan, confrontation with the Crow, attitude about the Navajo, trade, Caucasian - Native American relationships, Idaho Native Americans, Native American farmers, differences between the Shoshoni and Bannock people, Native American prison sentence, Vern Briscoe's mother, massacre, burial customs, Caucasian children looters, giving birth, Grandpa Briscoe, Caucasian attitudes, intermarriage, Native American agents. Interviewed and recorded by Raymond G. Briscoe in Rigby, Idaho. 41 pages.
1967
No. 52
Mr. and Mrs. Moroni Timbimboo, Shoshoni
Chief Washakie farm, Shoshoni tribes, LDS Church influence, ceremonies, customs, World War II, stores, life in the past, changes in farming, land claims, education, homes, livestock, church taking land from Native Americans, baptisms, famous people of the LDS church, sawmill, sheep herding, community help, church meetings, cradle board, songs, clothing, polygamy, relations with other Native Americans. Interviewed and recorded by Martin E. Seneca in Washakie, Utah. 49 pages.
1967
No. 53
Frank Timbimboo, Shoshoni
Origin of Chief Washakie, government and the LDS church jurisdictions, population, occupations, education, life as a young boy, development of Native Americans, federal benefits, medical attention, Washakie and the surrounding communities,language, land trusts, classmates, reservation life, economics, Native American culture, U.S. Army - Native American engagements, influence of the LDS Church. Interviewed and recorded by Martin E. Seneca, Jr. in Brigham City, Utah. 32 pages.
1967
No. 54
Henry Harris Jr., Northern Ute
Names, trappers, religion, epidemics, shelters, murder-suicide incidents, trade, opening of the reservation allotments, African American troops. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Fort Duchesne, Utah. 41 pages.
1967
No. 55
Wilson Johnson, Northern Ute
Death of father, Native American agents, education, views of Native American Bureau, reservations, discrimination, religion, attitudes about horses, wives, children, migration, integration, employment, land development, farming, alcohol, the Sun Dance, differences between Ute and Sioux, introduction to Mrs. Johnson. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Fort Duchesne, Utah. 37 pages.
1967
No. 56
Austin and Sally Box, Northern Ute
Air force experience, integration, education, Ute-Mountain Ute differences, language, Bureau of Native American Affairs, dependency on reservations, values, Head Start Program, discrimination. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Ouray, Utah. Transcript not available.
1967
No. 57
Margaret Eberly, Non-Native associated with Northern Utes
Education, VISTA training, contrast between Ouray and New York City, alcohol, social problems, economics, religion, missionaries, discrimination, raising children, politics, termination, masculinity, family problems, shelters. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Fort Duchesne, Utah. 46 pages.
1967
No. 58
Fullmer Allred, Non-Native associated with Utes
First contact with Washakie, conditions of Washakie, LDS Church activities, Washakie project, Allred's policy, improvements achieved, Native Americans leaving the church, land trusts, economics, Native American adjustment, education, population, migration, housing, Native American - Bishopric relations, attitudes of the authorities of the LDS Church. Interviewed and recorded by Martin E. Seneca, Jr. in Brigham City, Utah. 24 pages.
1967
No. 59a
Frank Smith, Hualapai
Medicine men and healing ceremonies, legends, customs, mescal, pinon. Recorded by Clifford Purcell. 24 pages.
1967
No. 59b and No. 60a
Mrs. Tim "Grandma" McGee, Hualapai
History of Mrs. McGee, names, Native American-Caucasian relations, Apache-Mojave-Hualapai conflict, meeting places, origin of Yavapai, Moki, Supai, Mojave, Paiute, hair, trade, hunting, food, marriage, medicine men, pottery, massacres, childbirth, ear piercing, child-parent relations. Interviewed and recorded by Clifford Purcell in Peach Springs, Arizona. 37 pages.
1967
No. 60b
Charles McGee, Hualapai
Stories of Creation, Migration, and Man Getting His Woman. Marriage customs, medicine men, food, and divorce. Recorded by Clifford Purcell in Peach Springs, Arizona. 25 pages.
1967
No. 61
Newel J. Cutler, Non-Native associated with Shoshoni
Battle of Bear River, Washakie project, land, Washakie and reservation Indians, language, recreation, intermarriage, personal history. Recorded by Martin E. Seneca in Syracuse, Utah. 20 pages.
1967
No. 62
Wallace Dennis, Non-Native associated with Ute
History of the Uinta Basin, Dennis family history, history of Mr. and Mrs. George Stuart. A speech given to a fourth grade class at Todd School in Fort Duchesne, Utah. 15 pages.
1969
No. 63
Mark Sissman, Non-Native associated with Northern Ute
Personal history, VISTA, reservation, white-Indian relations, identity, education, discrimination, the BIA, alcohol, merchants, economics. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd O'Neil at Randlett, Utah. 53 pages.
1967
No. 64
W. A. Banks, Non-Native associated with Ute
Uintah Railway, mining, arrival in Uintah County, McCook, Chipeta, Sioux-Ute relations, life at Dragon, federal ration issue, the Curry brothers, reservation vs. non-reservation life, massacre, Watermelon Jane, Major McAndrews. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd O'Neil at Vernal, Utah. 27 pages.
1967

Interviews 65-87Return to Top

Container(s): Box 4

Container(s) Description Dates
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No. 65
Ina Lou Chapoose and Marietta Reed, Ute
Meeker Massacre, hunting, food, gold, medicine, Tea Dance, recreation, population, education, Ute history. (Sister and daughter of Connor Chapoose) Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Fort Duchesne, Utah. 19 pages.
1969
No. 66
Hal Albert Daniels and Hal Albert Daniels Jr., Uintah-Ouray
Personal background, Fort Duchesne, opening of the reservation, education, discrimination, water, leaders, ancestry, Meeker Massacre, transportation, alcohol, agriculture, Christianity, Episcopal missionaries, and Northern Utah. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd O'Neil in Roosevelt, Utah. 46 pages.
1967
No. 67
Eva Hayes, Non-Native associated with the Ute-Mountain Utes
Personal background, livestock, education, armed conflict, the frontier in Colorado, intermarriage, and discrimination. Mrs. Hayes is a retired school teacher. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd O'Neil and Gregory Thompson in Mancos, Colorado. 28 pages.
1967
No. 68
Patrick Bankatewa, Zuni
Origin of the Zuni, the Devil and how he joined the Zuni, serach for the heart of the Earth, seperation of the Band, origins of names and places, people on Earth before Zuni, killing giants, revelations about the White Man, origins of names of animals, scalp dance, Mrs. Stevenson's attempts to collect information about the Zuni. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 42 pages.
1967
No. 69
Louis Caywood, Non-Native associated with Zuni
History of old Church structure, excavated personal items, burial of children, building tequniques, relations between excavaters and community citizens, crying sands, pottery. Caywood is an archealogist for the Southwestern Archealogical Cneter in Globe, Arizona, doing excavations on the old Catholic Church mission in Zuni. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 23 pages.
1967
No. 70
Wilbur Hunt, Acoma
In this interview, Wilbur Hunt discusses incidents and relations between Spaniards and Acoma, relations between Catholics and Native Americans, and Native American traditions. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 10 pages.
1967
No. 71
Vedna Hunt, Non-Native associated with Laguna
Ancestors, Zuni voting, Cha' Kwena Order, rituals, Religion, Caucasian-Laguna relations, intermarriage, epidemics, traders, Spanish-Laguna relations, Acoma-Laguna relations. Vedna (Mrs. Wilbert) Hunt is related to the Gunns and Marmons, early settlers in Laguna. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 33 pages.
1967
No. 72
Wilbur Hunt, Acoma
In this interview, Wilbur Hunt discusses subjects including famines, farming, life in the Pueblo in 1910, recreation, a gift from Abe Lincoln, native dances, education, and traders. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 23 pages.
1967
No. 73
Emil Pooley, Hopi
First contact with Spanish, Spanish-Hopi relations, Hopi-Awatoki War, coming of the white man, Hotevill-Oraiki conflict, famine and epidemic. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond In Gallup, New Mexico. 34 pages.
1967
No. 74
Emil Pooley, Hopi
Christianity, LDS religion, Moencopi, witchcraft, Hopi-Navajo relations, public utilities, literature, Frank Waters, land claims, livestock reduction, childhood, shelters, education, welfare, and food. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond In Gallup, New Mexico. 48 pages.
1967
No. 75
Merle Sheka, Zuni
Pre-Spanish days and coming of the Spanish,religion, battle of Sacred Mountain, life on Sacred Mountain, Zuni-Hopi relations. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond In Zuni, New Mexico. 31 pages.
1967
No. 76
Father Emanuel Trockur, Non-Native associated with Navajo
History of the Franciscan mission of St. Michaels, language, Mother Katherine Drevel, education, uprising, life in the early days, railroads, books, land, allotments. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond In Gallup, New Mexico. 34 pages.
1967
No. 77
Chester Gaspar, Zuni
Coming of the Spanish, religion, migration, Zuni-Apache relations, livestock, arts and crafts, Spanish-Indian relations, life on Sacred Mountain, famines, trade, clothing, farming, witchcraft, scalp dance, Mormon-Zuni relations, white war chief. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Gallup, New Mexico. 43 pages.
1967
No. 78
Clara Gonzales, Non-Native associated with Zuni
Personal arrival at Zuni, education, tuberculosis, food, twins, reaction to white culture, recreation, World War II, economics, The Great Depression, Government Doctors, sword swallowing ritual, Kiva Dance, parent-teacher relations, impeached Governor, factionalism, public utilities. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Gallup, New Mexico. 56 pages.
1967
No. 79
Bowman Paywa, Zuni
Origin of Zuni, Life on Sacred Mountain, Kachina Dance, Zuni-Apache-Navajo relations, Scalp Dance, Scalping Custom.Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 19 pages.
1967
Reel
No. 80
Dewey Haskie, Zuni
Spanish-Zuni relations, Zuni-Navajo relations, Hopi-Zuni relations, religion, the scalp dance, and witches. Recorded by D. Corydon Hammond at the home of Roland Lementino in Zuni, New Mexico. Mr. Lementino is acting as interpreter. 17 pages.
1967
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No. 81
Merle Sheka, Zuni
Measles epidemic, famines, water, trade, caucasian-Native American relations, shelters, clothes, transportation, education, religion. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 38 pages.
1967
No. 82
Sue Marmon, Laguna
Mrs. Marmon's ancestry, early schools, missionaries, early settlers, livestock, relations with the: Paguate, Apache, Acoma, Navajo, Ute. Religion, written Constitution, breakdown of communal work, contributions of the Marmons and Gunns, self government, scalping custom, Laguna - San Jose picture incident, land controversy, history of Laguna Village of Paguate, famines, epidemics, experiences at mission school. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Old Laguna, New Mexico. 40 pages. Hammond then reads a typescript which was transcribed as "Memoirs: My First Experience at the Presbyterian Mission School," written by Mrs. Marmon. 9 pages.
1967
No. 83
Bowman Paywa, Zuni
Childhood, prophesies, clothes, food, shelters, White War Chief, epidemics, famines, arts and crafts, livestock, livestock reduction, education, stick race, recreation. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 30 pages.
1967
No. 84
Dewey Haskie, Zuni
In this second interview, Mr. Haskie talks about witches, shelters, food, clothing, traders, livestock, farming, health care, a Negro doctor, medicine men, transvestites, and Catholic-Zuni relations. Recorded by D. Corydon Hammond. Roland Lementino translates. 27 pages.
1967
No. 85
A. Bond, Non-Native associated with Zuni
Settlement of Ramah, Indian-white relations, rituals, trading, and education. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Ramah, New Mexico. 15 pages.
1967
No. 86
Joseph Otero, Non-Indian associated with Zuni
Otero, BIA superintendent in Zuni, discusses politics, church restoration, and tribal government. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond. 28 pages.
1967
No. 87
Merle Sheka, Zuni
Zuni, Apache, and Navajo relations, relition, white war chief, witchcraft, rustlers, salt, transvestites, stick race, cactus society, alcohol, education, and prophesies. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 40 pages.
1967

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No. 88
Father Emanuel Trockur, Non-Native associated with Navajo
A member of the Franciscan order, Father Emanuel talks about the history of St. Michaels, leaders, Charley Mitchell, burial, Christianity, economics, peyote, polygamy, witchcraft, arts and crafts, education, a smallpox epidemic, alcohol, traders, and St. Michael's Press. Interviewed by D. Corydon Hammond at St. Michaels Mission, Arizona. 52 pages.
1967
No. 89
Ronnie Paquin, Zuni
Viewpoint of the younger Zuni generation, religion, witchcraft, medicine men, missionaries, Bureau of Indian Affairs, education, alcohol, the generation gap. Interview by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 16 pages.
1967
No. 90
Bowman Paywa, Zuni
Missionaries, religion, and government. Interviewed by D. Corydon Hammond. 27 pages.
1967
No. 91
Bruce Pascali, Zuni
Origin of the Zunis. Interviewed by D. Corydon Hammond and Bowman Paywa, translated by Bowman Paywa. 45 pages.
1967
No. 92
Bruce Pascali, Zuni
Origin of the Zunis. Interviewed by D. Corydon Hammond and Bowman Paywa, translated by Bowman Paywa. 8 pages.
1967
No. 93
Margaret Lewis, Cherokee and Zuni
Lewis, a member of the Cherokee tribe, came to New Mexico in 1899 as a school teacher and married a Zuni man. Many noted anthropologists (Franz Boas, Elsie Clews Parsons, and others) stayed in the Lewis home, and she assisted them in their study of the Zuni people. She discusses education, dances, clothing, marriage, a measles epidemic, Catholic-Zuni relations, healthcare, a Negro doctor, and traders. Interviewed by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 25 pages.
1967
No. 94
Chester Gaspar, Zuni
Farming, stock reduction, trade and traders, religion, politics, transvestites, Negro doctor, medicine, epidemics. Interview by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 37 pages.
1967
No. 95
Bowman Paywa, Zuni
Politics, impeachment of a Zuni governor, World War II, education. Interview by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 15 pages.
1967
No. 96
Bowman Paywa, Zuni
Cactus Society, Battle of Sacred Mountain, sword swallowers, medicine societies, dance, religion, masks, Kivas. Interviewed by Bowman Paywa in Zuni, New Mexico. 28 pages.
1967
No. 97
Margaret Lewis, Cherokee and Zuni
Anthropologist-Zuni relations, religion, stock reduction, World War II, The Great Depression. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 17 pages.
1967
No. 98
Dewey Haskie, Zuni
Education, farming, Warren Ondelacy impeachment, jewelry, tribal law, Zuni-anthropologist relations, alcohol, medicine men, generation gap. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. Translation by Roland Lementino. 13 pages.
1967
No. 99
James Stewart, Non-Native associated with Navajo
Stewart is the superintendent of the Fort Defiance Agency on the Navajo reservation. Sawmill, Red Cross, reservation uprising, World War II, stock reduction, leaders, Peyote, communication. Interviewed and recorded by Paul Long in St. Michaels, Arizona. 35 pages.
1967
No. 100
Carl Jake and Roy Tom, Paiute
Native names. Recorded by Kay Fowler in Cedar City, Utah. 2 pages.
1967
No. 101
Carl Jake and Roy Tom, Paiute
Termination, agents, farms, tourism, names, land. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in Cedar City, Utah. 25 pages.
1967
No. 102
Margaret Heaton, Non-Native American associated with Kaibab
Farming in the early days, United Order and the Native Americans, childbirth, clothing, Native American-Caucasine relations, farming, discontinuation of the United Order, trade, food, land disputes, polygamy, agents and superintendents, experimental medicine, Native American-Mormon relations. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in Moccasin, Arizona. 29 pages.
7/14/67
No. 103
Stewart Snow, Paiute
Water rights, termination, Paiute-Caucasian relations, land, cattle sale, employment, missionaries. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in St. George, Utah. 24 pages.
1967
No. 104
Stewart Snow, Paiute
Religion, alcohol, agents, medical services, ancestors, Vietnam. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in St. George, Utah. 9 pages.
1967
No. 105
Mabel Dry, Paiute
Birthplace, names, education, food, plants. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in Kaibab, Arizona. 34 pages.
1967
No. 106
Mabel Dry, Paiute
Plants, foods, medicine, the story of Sage Hen, Paiute-Navajo relations, names, food gathering, trade, Ute-Paiute relations. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in Kaibab, Arizona. 28 pages.
1967
No. 107
Mabel Dry, Paiute
Powell, bathing customs, shelters, native plant names. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in Kaibab, Arizona. 16 pages.
1967
No. 108
Mabel Dry, Paiute
Medicine, food, native names of plants and animals, Caucasian-Native American relations. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in Kaibab, Arizona. 27 pages.
1967
No. 109
Mabel Dry, Paiute
Farming, living places, employment, education, agents, food gathering, native names of animals, native names of canyons, Navajo-Caucasian relations. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in Kaibab, Arizona. 29 pages.
1967
No. 110
Mabel Dry, Paiute
Religion, food, native names of plants, soap, tobacco, dance, hunting, language, doctors, Ute-Paiute relations, salt, flu epidemic. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in Kaibab, Arizona. 28 pages.
1967
No. 111
Mabel Dry, Paiute
Buffalo, utensils, food, Religion, story-telling, Paiute - animal relations, food sources. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in Kaibab, Arizona. 16 pages.
1967
No. 112
Mabel Dry, Paiute
Life in Kaibab, language, Caucasian-Native American relations, money, names, farms. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in Kaibab, Arizona. 28 pages.
1967
No. 113
Mabel Dry, Paiute
Land grants. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in Kaibab, Arizona. 5 pages.
1967
No. 114
Mabel Dry, Paiute
Names, food, native names for seasons. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in Kaibab, Arizona. 25 pages.
1967
No. 115
Toney Tillohash, Paiute
Elders, names of places. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler and Robert Euler in St. George, Utah. 11 pages.
1967
No. 116
Toney Tillohash, Paiute
Meanings of Native American names, life in and around Bryce Canyon, fighting within families, relation to Kaibab Tribe, changing names, Smart Project, life around Kanab in the early days, shelters, education, life with the Heaton family. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in St. George, Utah. 22 pages.
1967

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No. 117
Toney Tillohash, Paiute
Tillohash (b. 1890) describes life in Carlisle, health, living quarters, education, return to Utah, cattle, Caucasian - Native American relations, establishment of a school, Mormon - Native American relations, religion, recreation, the Ghost Dance, the Prophet Dance, songs. Although the interview was conducted in English, there is extensive notation of Paiute words for various people and places. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler at the home of his son in St. George, Utah. 26 pages.
1967
No. 118
Toney Tillohash, Paiute
Social life, Religion, personal background, education, summer employment, first train ride, travel to Pennsylvania, horses. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in St. George, Utah. 14 pages.
1967
No. 119
Toney Tillohash, Paiute
origin of Paiute, cliff dwellers, enemies of Paiutes, trade, names, tribal wars, funeral ceremonies, Ute-Paiute relations, child stealing, Jacob Hamblin, fights, food. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in St. George, Utah. 26 pages.
1967
No. 120
Toney Tillohash, Paiute
Food, language, plants, early White families, education, protection from the Navajo, shelters, water supply, names, camping, water, babies, names of springs and lakes, tale of harmful water and monster, Toney's son, Shivwit Reservation, land and farming, Chiefs, cattle. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in St. George, Utah. 26 pages.
1967
No. 121
Toney Tillohash, Paiute
Shiprock, Shoshoni-Paiute connection, loss of Kaibab, names, Deer, Antelope, plants, hunting, pine nuts, land, mining, tribal council, health service, Medicine Men, intermarriage. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in St. George, Utah. 27 pages.
1967
No. 122
Toney Tillohash, Paiute
Reservation names, Virgin River, canyon names, old camping places, "Park Monster", hunting, Paiute words and their meanings. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in St. George, Utah. 15 pages.
1967
No. 123
Toney Tillohash, Paiute
Paiute names of places, Chief Walker, Chief Kanosh, springs and lakes, land claims, medical services, land leases. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in St. George, Utah. 27 pages.
1967
No. 124
Toney Tillohash, Paiute
Land rights, missionaries, superintendents, cattle business, tribal council, early reservation life, hunting rights, cooking techniques, pine nuts, rabbits, arts and crafts, fire making, tools and weapons, clothes, Major Powell, Shivwit Chief. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in St. George, Utah. 28 pages.
1967
No. 125
Toney Tillohash, Paiute
The death of three White Men, Major Powell, Kanab in the early days, animal names, plant names. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in St. George, Utah. 29 pages.
1967
No. 126
Toney Tillohash, Paiute
Fort Pierce, Paiute names for tribes, Paiute names of places, names of people, schooling, welfare, alcohol, Peyote, Shoshoni-Ute relations, trade. Interviewed and recorded by Kay Fowler in St. George, Utah. 27 pages.
1967
No. 127-134
Andrew Honina and Haddie Arriwhite, Shoshoni
Historical tales and legends recorded in Shoshoni and translated by Emma Dann and Lorin R. Gaarder at the Fort Hall Indian Reservation in Idaho: Encounter between Lemhi and a Band of Blackfeet, How Tendoy Was Made Chief, Lemhi-Bannock and Blackfeet Encounter, Shoshoni-Blackfeet Battle Near Ferry Butte, Battle Near Bannock Creek, Tales about Coabici, Porcupine, Coyote and Buffalo Meat, the Trickster and the White Man, Coyote and Skunk, the Bother-in-law's Adventures, Theft of the Pine Nuts, Two Brothers Bring Horses to the Bannock, The Kidnapped Girl, 'Kwasindimi' and General Howard, and a Battle Among Four Indians. Also included are personal reminiscences of Honina. 62 pages.
1967
No. 135
Mrs. Nunuche Ysahdesi Enote and Old Enote, Zuni
Smallpox epidemic, their arranged marriage. Interview took place in Zuni, New Mexico and is summarized by D. Corydon Hammond. 3 pages.
1968
No. 136
Clifford Pete, John Pendelton
Arts and crafts, clothes, Chiefs, marriage, songs, Caucasian-Native American relations, rustling, names, Chief Walker, Parowan. There are three different conversations on the tape. It is believed that Clifford Pete (Paiute) is the first informant. The second informant is unknown, John Pendleton (a non-Indian) is the third speaker. Interviewed and recorded by Alva Matheson in Parowan, Utah. 24 pages.
1968
No. 137
Roy Williams, Southern Ute
Farming, differences between tribes, language, hunting, Spainiard-Native American relations. Guy Pinnecoose also participated in the conversation. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Ignacio, Colorado. 16 pages.
1967
No. 138
Oscar Bitsie, Navajo
Grammer school, high school, college training, getting Native American children to go to school, Native Americans and the Christian churches, Shalako Club, language posing a problem for Native American students, concept of time, Navajo sense of humor, Native Americans and civil liberties, Mr. Bitsie's job as a school attendance officer, intermarriage, family relationships, and acculturation. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thopmson at The Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado. 25 pages.
1967
No. 139
Chief Jack House, Mountain Ute
Beaver Creek massacre, land controversy, land leases at Mesa Verde. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Durango, Colorado. 4 pages.
1967
No. 140
John Pendelton, Milt Daily, Joseph McGregor, Amelia Topham, Nellie Clark, Non-Natives associated with Paiutes
Arts and crafts, legends, food, burial custom, Parowan gap, heiroglyphics, travel, marriage, wars, Caucasian-Native American relations, religion, language. Interviewed and recorded by Alva Matheson in Parowan, Utah. 30 pages.
1968
No. 141
Ralph Cloud, Southern Ute
Migrations, language, differences between various reservations, arts and crafts, humor, education, hunting, story telling, historical tales, legends. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Ignacio, Colorado. 45 pages.
1967
No. 142
Mildred Morrison, Non-Native Associated with Paiutes and Parowan Children
Legends, Caucasian-Native American relations, marriage, Mormon-Native American relations, family relationships. Interviewed and recorded by Alva Matheson in Parowan, Utah. 34 pages.
1968
No. 143
Warren Pyle, Non-Native Associated with Mountain Utes
First settlers in Dolores Valley, trade, chiefs, reservation conditions, land claims, education, religion, Native American-Caucasian relations, present condition of the Ute tribe. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Cortez, Colorado. 25 pages.
1967

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No. 144
Nellie Coston, Non-Indian associated with Ute
History and ancestry, Native American-Caucasian relations, mines, Fort Lewis, Massacres, polygamy. 21 pages.
1967
No. 145
Elbert Floyd, Non-Indian associated with Ute
Agents, agriculture, differences in Utes, today and yesterday, education, Anglo relations, land claims, Whitemesa Utes, Allen Canyon Utes, poverty. 6 pages.
1967
No. 146
Orville C. Day, Non Indian-associated with Ute
Personal background, uses for pine trees, Native American crops destroyed by the White Man, land disputes, trek to winter quarters from California, farming in the early days of Utah, boy's experience with squaw, settling of Manti, custom of abandoning old women, death of a small Native American boy, Chief Walker, Pioneer medical care, Chief Walker courting a white girl, Pioneer woman outsmarting renegades, grasshoppers, Caucasian - Native American misunderstandings, white woman brands a Buck. 20 pages.
1967
No. 147
Eugene Naranjo, Tewa
Topics discussed include: Childhood, harvesting crops, current day life, controversial anthropological studies in Santa Clara, and interactions with the Mormon Church. 11 pages.
1967
No. 148
Henry Old Coyote, Crow
Native American districts, education, history of the Crow, the retreat of Chief Joseph, Medicine Men, war societies, traditions, influence of the white men, sources of Native American history.Recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil at the Crow Agency, Montana. 23 pages.
1967
No. 149a
Tom Polacca, Hopi
How to collect Hopi history, Hopi-Anglo relations. 14 pages.
1967
No. 149b
Robert Sakiestewa, Hopi
Education, traditions, leaders, vaccination, frontier-Arizona, games, coming of Spanish, story-telling. Interviewed and recorded by Charles Peterson in Moencopi, Arizona. 20 pages.
1967
No. 150a
Ester Bilegody, Hopi
Mrs. Bilegody's Father, pottery, Mrs. Bilegody's history, occupations, tribal government, childhood, family relations. Interviewed and recorded by Charles Peterson in Moencopi, Arizona. 12 pages.
1967
No. 150b
William Numkena, Hopi
Interviewed and recorded by Charles Peterson in Moencopi, Arizona. 13 pages.
1967
No. 151-152
Lillian Anderson, Hualapai
Arrival at Valentine Mission, relations with the Native Americans, Religion and education, deaths by teberculosis, measles epidemic, pow wows for dying people, relations with native American Elders, burial customs, first caskets for the Native Americans, marriage customs, food preferences, living off the land, living conditions, divorce, children, Apache and Mojave influences on the Hualapai, the Gohst Dance, Government Movement of Native Americans, ambush of a wagon train, rumor of a medicine man poisening patients, soldier-Native American relations, Native American resentment regarding the treatment of ancestors, clothing, basskets, Chapels. Interviewed and recorded by Mildred D. Maher in Valentine, Arizona. 26 pages.
1967
No. 153
Wilfred Babcock, Non-Indian associated with Hualapai-Mojave
Orgin of Hualapai name, Fort Mojave, Caucasian - Native American relations, Hualapai War, mining, Mojave-Hualapia differences and relations, the Gohst Dane od 1889, Hualapai reaction to jail, Religion, dance, burial ceremonies, recreation, the coming of the Spanish, life in the early Kingman, alcohol, family relations, life at early Fort Hall, shopping, the Navajo additude towards Caucasians. Interviewed and recorded by Bob Carr in Kingman, Arizona. 54 pages.
1967
No. 154
Mr. and Mrs. Morrison, Non-Indian associated with Paiute
Caucasian-Native America Relations, food, Christmas, religion. Interviewed and recorded by Alva Matheson in Cedar City, Utah. 15 pages.
1968
No. 155
Mrs. Nunuche and Old Enote, Zuni
Food, child-parent relations, hunting, recreation, transvestites, witches, traders, misssionaries. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond and Gloria Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 9 pages.
1968
No. 156
Joe Roberts, Shoshoni
Language, hippies, peyote, words, medicine, ancestry, pine nuts, recreation, raillraod, marriage, employment, Caucasian-Native American relations, farming, hunting, World War II, water, place names, Fandango, travel, military service, shelters, clothes, Medicine Men, names, songs, hair, time concept, factionalism, Civil Rights, Bureau of Native American Affairs, politics, Vietnam, religion, story telling, plant names, cosmetics, population, migratory patterns, horses, transportation, acculturation, generation gap, economics, polygamy, puberty, tribal politics, environment, epidemics, history, mythology legends, Shoshoni-Paiute relations, arts and crafts. Ethnographic notes gathered by Joe Roberts in Elko, Nevada. 191 pages.
1968
No. 157
Lorenzo Chavez, Zuni
Religion, migration, life at Towa'Yallone, trade, famines, Zuni-Navajo-Apache relations, scalp dance. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 12 pages.
1968
No. 158
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Smiraldo, Non-Indian associated with Paiute
Interviewed and recorded by Nina M. Brown and Helen M. Crampton in Elko, Nevada. 1 page.
1967
No. 159
Alice Chapin, Non-Indian associated with Paiute
Interviewed and recorded by Nina M. Brown and Helen M. Crampton in Elko, Nevada. 1 page.
1967
No. 160
Joe McKnight, Non-Indian associated with Paiute
Interviewed and recorded by Nina M. Brown and Helen M. Crampton in Elko, Nevada. 1 page.
1967
No. 161
George M. Glaser, Non-Indian associated with Paiute
Interviewed and recorded by Nina M. Brown and Helen M. Crampton in Elko, Nevada. 1 page.
1967
No. 162
George Nelson, Non-Indian associated with Paiute
Interviewed and recorded by Nina M. Brown and Helen M. Crampton in Elko, Nevada. 1 page.
1967
No. 163
Edna B. Patterson, Non-Indian associated with Paiute
Interviewed and recorded by Nina M. Brown and Helen M. Crampton in Elko, Nevada. 2 pages.
1967
No. 164
Leland Jones, Paiute
Interviewed and recorded by Nina M. Brown and Helen M. Crampton in Elko, Nevada. 1 page.
1967
No. 165
Kenneth Scott, Non-Indian associated with Paiute
Interviewed and recorded by Nina M. Brown and Helen M. Crampton in Elko, Nevada. 1 page.
1967
No. 166
Archie Serawop, Northern Ute
Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Randlett, Utah. 2 pages.
1967
No. 167
Hugh Owens, Non-Indian associated with Ute
This is an autobiographical sketch of Hugh Owens. Recorded by Bessie Owens Kohl in Heber, Utah. 5 pages.
1942
No. 168
Willie Lobato, Non-Indian associated with Jicarilla Apache
Ancestry, cattle, Wirt, Emmett, arts and crafts, hunting. Interviewed and recorded by Dr. Robert Delaney in Durango, Colorado. 32 pages.
1968
No. 169
Edith L. Richardson, R. N., Northern Ute
Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Salt Lake City, Utah. 2 pages.
1967
No. 170
Roe Palmer and others, Non-Indian
Names, Caucasian-Native American relations, alcohol, standard of living, reservations, education. Interviewed and recorded by Alva Matheson in Cedar City, Utah. 30 pages.
1968
No. 171
Aque, Zuni
Legend:"Finding the Center of the Earth," translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 172
Aque, Zuni
Legend: "Coyote who got Married to a Lioness," translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 4 pages.
1967
No. 173
Aque, Zuni
Legend: "The Coming of the Spainards," translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 5 pages.
1967
No. 174
Willie Edmo, Shoshoni-Bannock
Interviewed and recorded by Lorin R. Gaarder in Fort Hall, Idaho. 4 pages.
1967
No. 175
Ramond George, Crow
Interviewed and recorded by Lorin R. Gaarder in Fort Hall, Idaho. 2 pages.
1967
No. 176
Evan Ingatuah
Interviewed and recorded by Lorin R. Gaarder in Fort Hall, Idaho. 2 pages.
1967
No. 177
Wilson Jack, Shoshoni
Religion, massacre, White-Indian relations, religion, Establishment of reservations, allotments, Wilson's fear of the Bannocks, land, Wilson's history. Interviewed and recorded by Lorin R. Gaarder in Fort Hall, Idaho. 12 pages.
1967
No. 178
Doris Ponzo, Shoshoni-Northern Paiute
Doris Ponzo's father, childhood, White-Indian relations, alcohol, incident with traveling salesmen, past and present ways of life, religion and philosophy. Interviewed and recorded by Lorin R. Gaarder in Fort Hall, Idaho. 7 pages.
1967
No. 179
Linford Ponzo, Shoshoni
Legend: "The Two Crazy Brothers," told to Lorin R. Gaarder in Fort Hall, Idaho. 8 pages.
1967
No. 180
Mrs. Susie Marmon, Laguna
Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Laguna Pueblo, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 181
Bowman Paywa, Zuni
Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 182
Merle Sheka, Zuni
Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 183
Edna Danver, Non-Indian Associated with Zuni
Missionaries, recreation, education, religion, medical care, epidemic of 1918, trade, Dr. Davis, A. Vanderwagen, Bureau of Indian Affairs programs, public utilities. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 16 pages.
1967
No. 184a
John Adams, Shoshoni
Interviewed and recorded by Helen Rountree in Owyhee, Nevada. 4 pages.
1967
No. 184b
John Adams, Shoshoni
Interviewed and recorded by Helen Rountree in Owyhee, Nevada. 3 pages.
1967
No. 184c
John Adams, Shoshoni
Interviewed and recorded by Helen Rountree in Owyhee, Nevada. 2 pages.
1968
No. 184d
John Adams, Shoshoni
Interviewed and recorded by Helen Rountree in Owyhee, Nevada. 4 pages.
1967

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No. 185
Mrs. Louis Lente
Report on an untaped interview with the wife of the former First Lieutenant Governor of Isleta Pueblo. The subject of the interview was the expulsion of Franciscan Father Frederick Stadtmuller from the pueblo by Mr. Lente and pueblo Governor, Andy Abeita. Interview conducted by D. Corydon Hammond. 4 pages.
1967
No. 186
Susie Marmon, Laguna
Account of the Laguna migration to Isleta as told to Susie Marmon by her mother. Manuscript submitted to Corydon Hammond. 2 pages.
1967
No. 187
Clara Gonzales, Non-Native associated with Zuni
Notes on a conversation between Corydon Hammond and Mrs. Gonzales about a 1940s controversy involving BIA agent Peter Gonzales, and Warren Ondelacy, tribal Governor of Zuni. 1 page.
1967
No. 188
Roland Lementino, Zuni
Death ceremonies, witchcraft, medicine men, kiva dance, fetish stone, shalako costume. Report on an untaped interview with Lementino conducted by Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 4 pages.
1967
No. 189
Marie Paisano, Laguna
Childhood, farming, arts and crafts. Notes on an interview conducted by Corydon Hammond. 4 pages.
1967
No. 190
Interim Report, Navajo Oral History at Canyon de Chelly
Report prepared by Sallie Pierce Harris on the oral history project co-funded by the National Park Services and the University of Utah Western History Center. 68 pages.
1968
No. 191
Fred Conetah, Ute
Travel, national archives, trip to Washington, D.C. for presidential inauguration. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Roosevelt, Utah. 9 pages.
1969
No. 192
Acque, Zuni
"Zuni and the Navajo," ranslated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1967
No. 193
Guy Pinnecoose, Southern Ute
Notes on an interview with Pennecoose which was conducted by Floyd O'Neil and Gregory Thompson at Ignacio, Colorado. 2 pages.
1967
No. 194
Wahleah Lujan, Taos Pueblo
Miss Lujan was Miss Indian America XIII. Topics include personal background, being Miss Indian America, reservation life, college, and problems facing Indians today. Notes on an interview conducted by Floyd O'Neil and Gregory Thompson. 6 pages.
1967
No. 195
Muse Harris, Northern Ute
Native medicines, Indian wars, grandmother's years in the white world, Buffalo Bill Cody, trading post, Nupigut, Dick Provo, boarding school in Price, Utah. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver at Fort Duchesne, Utah. 19 pages.
1968
No. 196
Elvira Pike, Non-Native associated with Ute Mountain Utes
Born in Taylor County, Iowa, in 1887, Miss Pike recalss her twenty-three years with the Government Indian Service. Notes on an interviewed by Floyd O'Neil and Gregory Thompson at Cortez, Colorado. 3 pages.
1967
No. 197
Edgar Noland, Non-Native
Noland's father was a trader to the Navajos, Utes, and Paiutes. Summary of an interview conducted by Floyd O'Neil and Gregory Thompson at Mancos, Colorado. 1 page.
1967
No. 198
Nathan Bird, Ute
The Weeminuche band, education, the BIA, herbs, hunting. Written interview conducted by Floyd O'Neil and Gregory Thompson at Ignacio, Colorado. 4 pages.
1967
No. 199
Chief Jack House, Ute Mountain Ute
Young People's Historical Knowledge of Tribe, relations between White and Indian, separation of a band and effects on traditions, education, traders, migration to Allen Canyon, relatives, origin and meanings of names. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson. Translated by Warren Pyle. 6 pages.
1967
No. 200
Awashu, Zuni
Legend: "The War Gods" previously published in Zuni Stories and Tales. Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 29 pages.
1968
No. 201
Awashu, Zuni
Legend: "Famine in Zuni." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1968
No. 202
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "The Ghost and the Girl." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 203
Awelagte, Zuni
Zuni Legend: "The Yellow Coyote and the Cacique's Grandson." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 24 pages.
1967
No. 204
"The Angry Indians"
Speech, American Indian Chicago Conference. Common problems, termination, White-Indian relations, Indian bill of rights. Professor Sol Tax participates, various speakers. 14 pages.
1961
No. 205
Acque, Zuni
Legend: "Tornado and the Bumble Bee." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 206
Awashu, Zuni
Legend: "Fight in Nutria" previously published in Zuni Stories and Tales. Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 20 pages.
1968
No. 207
Tom Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "Hopi Deer Hunter and the Witch's Ghost." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 14 pages.
1967
No. 208
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "Zuni Predictions." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 209
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "How the Zunis Lived" previously published in Zuni Stories and Tales. Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1968
No. 210
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "The Coyote and the Badger." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 4 pages.
1967
No. 211
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "Zunis and the Apaches." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 6 pages.
1967
No. 212
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "The Fox and the Woodpecker." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 4 pages.
1967
No. 213
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "The Coyote and the Horned Toad." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 214
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "Coyote and the Horny Toad." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 215
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "The Zuni Village." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 216
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "The Zuni Village (Hunting Rituals)" previously published in Zuni Stories and Tales. Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 217
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "The Zuni Village (The Boogy Man of the Zuni Children)" previously published in Zuni Stories and Tales. Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1968
No. 218
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Navajo Capturing a Zuni Woman." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 5 pages.
1967
No. 219
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Enote's Younger Days." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1968
No. 220
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Old History (Trip to Koh-thlou-wah-la-queh)." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1968
No. 221
Gasper, Zuni
Legend: "The Zuni and the Navajo." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 222
Gasper, Zuni
Legend: "Yesterday and Today in Zuni" previously published in Zuni Stories and Tales. Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1968
No. 223
Gasper, Zuni
"Two Girls and the Dancers," translated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1967
No. 224
Albert Hellion, Zuni
"Yellow Water Serpent's Head," translated by Alvina Quam. 12 pages.
1967
No. 225
Albert Hellion, Zuni
"Earthquake," translated by Alvina Quam. 20 pages.
1968
No. 226
James Kanteena, Zuni
"Santa Nina," translated by Alvina Quam. 18 pages.
1968
No. 227
Kanteena, Zuni
"Times of War with the Navajo," translated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1968
No. 228
Kacute, Zuni
"Raid Before Coming of the Shalako," translated by Alvina Quam. 9 pages.
1967
No. 229
Ethel Daniels Kolb, Ute
The kidnapping of her mother (a Navajo) by the Whiteriver Utes, education, and farming. Interviewed by Norma Denver in Roosevelt, Utah. 5 pages.
1968
No. 230
Chana Lahu, Zuni
"The Navajo and the Apache," translated by Alvina Quam. 1 page.
1967
No. 231
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Zunis and the Apaches," translated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1967
No. 232
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Zunis and the Navajo," translated by Alvina Quam. 2 pages.
1967
No. 233
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Zunis and the Outlaws," translated by Alvina Quam. 14 pages.
1967
No. 234
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Priest's Son and the Spirit World," translated by Alvina Quam. 32 pages.
1967
No. 235
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Return of the Slave Woman," translated by Alvina Quam. 12 pages.
1967
No. 236
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Hanging of the Zuni Witches," translated by Alvina Quam. 5 pages.
1967
No. 237
Lonkeena, Zuni
"The Navajo and She-She's Wife," translated by Alvina Quam. 8 pages.
1967
No. 238
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Doo-Be the Gambler," translated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1968
No. 239
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Zuni Slave and the Navajo," translated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1968
No. 240
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Zunis and the Navajos," translated by Alvina Quam. 3pages.
1967
No. 241
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Navajo Lad Betrays His People," translated by Alvina Quam. 2pages.
1967
No. 242
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Zunis Avenge the Death of Their Fellowman," translated by Alvina Quam. 5 pages.
1967
No. 243
Lonkeena, Zuni
"War Against Apaches and the Zunis," translated by Alvina Quam. 2 pages.
1967
No. 244
Tom Luna, Zuni
"Coyote and the Doe," translated by Alvina Quam. 6 pages.
1967
No. 245
Lonkeena, Zuni
Translated by Alvina Quam. 2 pages.
1968
No. 246
Masse, Zuni
"Origin of the Hopi Snake Society," translated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1967
No. 247
Nastacio, Zuni
"A Story About Santo Nino," translated by Alvina Quam. 1 page.
1967
No. 248
Henry Natewa, Zuni
"Zunis and the Outlaws," translated by Alvina Quam. 5 pages.
1967
No. 249
Henry Natewa, Zuni
"The Priest's Son and the Eagle," translated by Alvina Quam. 6 pages.
1967
No. 250
Henry Natewa, Zuni
"Zunis and the Navajos," translated by Alvina Quam. 3 pages.
1967
No. 251
Henry Natewa, Zuni
"Story About the Navajo," translated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1967
No. 252
Henry Natewa, Zuni
"Priest's Son and the Witch Girl," translated by Alvina Quam. 5 pages.
1967
No. 253
Henry Natewa, Zuni
"Zuni Going to War with Navajos," translated by Alvina Quam. 3 pages.
1967

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No. 254
Henry Natewa, Zuni
Legend, "Turkey Maiden." Translated by Alvina Quam. 2 pages.
1968
No. 255
Lynn Lyman, Non-Native associated with Paiutes
Jim Mike, Rainbow Bridge, Poke and Posey War. Interviewed and recorded by Charles Peterson in Blanding, Utah. 30 pages.
1967
No. 256
Henry Natewa, Zuni
Historical Tale: "Depression Time in Zuni". Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 257
Natewa, Zuni
"Taking of Navajo to Fort Sumner." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 258
Nash Owaleon, Zuni
Legend: "Creation of the Darkness." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 4 pages.
1967
No. 259
Owaleon, Zuni
Legend: "Story About Nutria and Ojo Caliente." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 11 pages.
1967
No. 260
Harry Paquin, Zuni
Legend: "The Mexican." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 18 pages.
1967
No. 261
Unkestine, Zuni
Legend: "Turkey Maiden." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 262
Unkestine, Zuni
Legend: "Two Zuni Being Chased by the Mexicans." Interviwed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 5 pages.
1967
No. 263
Weekoty, Zuni
Legend: "Zuni Runner." Interviwed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 264
Weekoty, Zuni
Legend: "The Apaches and Zunis." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 7 pages.
1967
No. 265
Weekoty, Zuni
Legend: "Adventures of the War Gods." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 16 pages.
1967
No. 266
Weekoty, Zuni
Legend: "The Boy With the Golden Hair." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 15 pages.
1967
No. 267
Jasper Pike, Ute
Caucasian-Native American relations, education, Chiefs, African American Soldiers, rations, Matt Warner, Sun Dance, Bear Dance, Fort Robidoux, Reed Enterprize, merchants, entertainment, peyote, Tabby White, The Strip. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Whiterocks, Utah. 20 pages.
1969
No. 268
Jasper Pike, Ute
Chief Tabby, Fort Duchesne, mining, Grandma Daniels. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Whiterocks, Utah. 7 pages.
1969
No. 269
Harry Richards, Ute
Symbols and mythology. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd O'Neil and Greg Thompson in Ignacio, Colorado. 23 pages.
1967
No. 270
George Walkup, Ute
Chief Atchee, alcohol, Meeker Massacre. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Whiterocks, Utah. 14 pages.
1969
No. 271
Henry Harris Jr., Ute
Reed Enterprise, religion, Sun Dance, migration, The Strip, Butch Cassidy, Fort Duchesne, Chinese Merchants. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Vernal, Utah. 13 pages.
1969
No. 272
Maude Moon, Gosiute
Translated by Ennis Moon, interviewed by Wick R. Miller in Salt Lake City, Utah. 3 pages.
1967
No. 273
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "The Initiation." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 274
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "The Ghost." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 8 pages.
1967
No. 275
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "True Way of the Scalp Dance." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 4 pages.
1967
No. 276
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "The War Gods." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 277
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "True Religion of Scalp Dance." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 278
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "Story of the Scalp Dance." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 279
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "The Initiation." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 280
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "The Zuni Ancestors." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 281
Walt Daniels, Navajo
Food, superintendents, Rose Daniels, Sun Dance, education, Fort Duchesne, Native American-Caucasian relations, Chiefs, Chinese merchants. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Roosevelt, Utah. 17 pages.
1969
No. 282
Muse Harris, Ute
Family history, Whiterocks Utah. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Roosevelt, Utah. 15 pages.
1969
No. 283
Owaleon, Zuni
Legend: "The A-ha-u-da." Zuni, New Mexico. Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 9 pages.
1968
No. 284
Owaleon, Zuni
Legend: "The Navajo and the Zuni." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam, in Zuni, New Mexico. 4 pages.
1968
No. 285
Owaleon, Zuni
Legend: "Witchcraft." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1968
No. 286
Owaleon, Zuni
Legend: "The Two Navajo Boys." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 7 pages.
1968
No. 287
Owaleon, Zuni
Legend: "The Old Folks." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 288
Father Niles, Non-Native associated with Zuni
Missions, religion, education, mission restoration. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 19 pages.
1968
No. 289
Acque, Zuni
Legend: "Acque's Boyhood Days." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1968
No. 290
Acque, Zuni
Legend: "The Creation." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1968
No. 291
Acque, Zuni
Legend: "The A Ha U Da." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 4 pages.
1968
No. 292
Acque, Zuni
Legend: "Earthquake in the Hopi Village." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1968
No. 293
Acque, Zuni
Legend: "The Apache." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1968
No. 294
Acque, Zuni
Legend: "Eastern Pueblo Country." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1968
No. 295
Acque, Zuni
Legend: "Haolonna." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 4 pages.
1968
No. 296
Alva Matheson, Non-Indian associated with Paiute
Story Telling, the Paheed Indians, Legend: "Creation of Man," Christianity-LDS, Rituals and Religious Artifacts, Legend of a Migratory Tribe, Origin of the Navajo, Heiroglyphics. Documented by Inez Cooper in Henderson, Nevada. 15 pages.
1965
No. 297
Sarah Van Hackford, Northern Ute
Personal history and ancestry, religion, allotments, migration, Inter-Band relations, Intermarriage, Segregation, difference of Native American Culture and White Culture, farming, land, law, discrimination in the Church, education, termination, horses, Wheeler and Howard Acts. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Lapoint, Utah. 42 pages.
1968
No. 298
Awashu, Zuni
Legend: "The Deer Hunter from Matsakyah." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 48 pages.
1968
No. 299
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "Long Ago and Today." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1968
No. 300
Enote, Zuni
Legend. Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1968
No. 301
Hellion, Zuni
Legend: "Santa Nina." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 5 pages.
1968
No. 302
James Kanteena, Zuni
A Zuni Legend "AH-DOSH-LEH of Hopi Village." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 11 pages.
1968
No. 303
Kucate, Zuni
Legend: "Pretty Girl Combs and Kills." Interviewed and recorded by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 38 pages.
1968
No. 304
Lonkeena, Zuni
Legend: "Lonkeena and the Horse Thieves." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 29 pages.
1968
No. 305
Lonkeena, Zuni
Legend: "Why the Salt Woman Left." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 4 pages.
1968
No. 306
Lonkeena, Zuni
Legend: "Story of the Navajo." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 10 pages.
1968

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No. 307
Awashu, Zuni
"The Hopi Priest's Son." Translated by Alvina Quam. 29 pages.
1968
No. 308-309
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Navajo Warrier," 2 pages; "Little Arrowheads," 3 pages; Translated by Alvina Quam.
1968
No. 310-312
Acque, Zuni
"The Laguna (Creation of Zuni and the Laguna)," 4 pages; "The White Shoomehcoolie," 4 pages; "Zuni Witch Story," 7 pages; Translated by Alvina Quam.
1968
No. 313
Hellion, Zuni
"The Badger and the Coyote." Translated by Alvina Quam. 7 pages.
1968
No. 314
Awelagte, Zuni
"The Zuni Village." Translated by Alvina Quam. 3 pages.
1968
No. 315
Hellion, Zuni
"The Girl Racer." Translated by Alvina Quam. 12 pages.
1968
No. 316
Enote, Zuni
"Deer Hunting." Translated by Alvina Quam. 1 page.
1967
No. 317
Awelagte, Zuni
"Zuni Village and Games." Translated by Alvina Quam. 6 pages.
1968
No. 318
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Zuni and the Navajo." Translated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1968
No. 319
Unkestine, Zuni
"A Coyote and a Bumble Bee." Translated by Alvina Quam. 5 pages. Published in Zuni Stories and Tales.
1968
No. 320
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Ed Vanderwagen and the Bears." Translated by Alvina Quam. 8 pages.
1968
No. 321
Enote, Zuni
"The Big Race." Translated by Alvina Quam. 1 page.
1967
No. 322
William Carmack, Non-Indian
Alienation, relations between Indians and the federal government, Bureau of Indian Affairs, federal Indian policy, reservation life, education. Assistant Commissioner of Community Services for the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Speech given at the University of Utah. 32 pages.
1968
No. 323
Panel Discussion: Ute, Navajo, Paiute
Bureau of Indian Affairs, urban Indians, termination, reservations, education, Indian-White relations, judicial system, government help. Panel discussion at the University of Utah, moderated by Woody Sneed. 36 pages.
1968
No. 324-325
Lonkeena, Zuni
"The Priest and his Son from the Cotton Fields," 10 pages; "The Man from Kya-Dee-Gyah Village,: 4 pages; Translated by Alvina Quam.
1968
No. 326
Mahooty, Zuni
"The Cloud Swallower." Translated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1968
No. 327-328
Acque, Zuni
"The Rain Child," 8 pages; "Zuni Priest's Son," 7 pages; Translated by Alvina Quam.
1968
No. 329a
Jimmie Pete, Paiute
Recreation, hunting, chiefs, Mountain Meadow Massacre, old Native American race track, Parowan, native words, hieroglyphics, buried Hopi Civilization, different tribes. Interviewed and recorded by Alva Matheson in Cedar City, Utah. 25 pages.
1968
No. 329b
Carl Jake, Ute
Pow wow. Interviewed by Alva Matheson. 3 pages.
1968
No. 330
Jimmie Pete, Paiute; Tom Lawrence, Annie, Zella, Alva, and Rhoda Matheson; Non-Natives Associated with Paiute
Tom Lawrence: Life in and around early Southern Utah Territory. Alva Matheson: "A White Man's vision", Native American graves, incident with a bear. Annie Matheson: Native American story "Kidnapping of a White boy". Rhoda Matheson: Treatment of twins. Jimmie Pete: Native American-Pioneer relations, Parowan, domestic utensils, trade, Paiute-Shoshoni relations, clothing, shelters, bath houses, burial customs. Interviewed and recorded by Alva Matheson in Cedar City, Utah. 22 pages.
1968
No. 331
Carl Jake, Paiute; F. C. Van Buren, Non-Indian
Shelters and food, burial customs, relocation, basket weaving, Indian Peak, hieroglyphics, Paiute-Shoshoni trade, seed gathering, old characters, Mountain Meadow Massacre, Paiute-Navajo relations Interviewed and recorded by Alva Matheson in Cedar City, Utah. 33 pages.
1968
No. 332
Calvin Connell, Milt Daily, F. C. Van Buren, Zella Matheson; Non-Natives Associated with Paiute
Calvin Connel: Caucasian-Native American relations, anecdotes, bear traps. Milt Daily: Anecdotes. Zella Matheson: Caucasian-Native American similarities in the story, "The Graet Flood." F.C. Van Buren: Native American graves, leather treatment, symbolism common to Native Americans, Mormons and Masons, loss of arts and crafts, religion, decline of culture and morals, anecdotes. Interviewed and recorded by Alva Matheson in Cedar City, Utah. 22 pages.
1968
No. 333
Lillian and Milt Daily, Non-Native Associated with Paiute
Trading and selling children, harvesting wheat, food. Interviewed and recorded by Alva Matheson in Cedar City, Utah. 4 pages.
1968
No. 334
Alva and Zella Matheson, Non-Native Associated with Paiute
Native American justice, itinerant workers, education, living conditions, loss of culture, freights and stagecoach hold-ups, work abilities, buying and trading children, intermarriage, arts and crafts, male-female relations, Native American Legends: "Rush Lake,"Mourning Dove Brothers," "The Feather Headress," and "Pah-Yike-Way." Interviewed and recorded by Inez Cooper in Cedar City, Utah. 30 pages.
1968
No. 335
Alva and Zella Matheson, Non-Native Associated with Paiute
Loss of culture, origin of the Bear Dance, family life, funeral customs, living conditions before the White Man, Anglo influence, attitudes toward Caucasians, relocation, Black Hawk War, settling of Panguitch. Interviewed and recorded by Inez Cooper in Cedar City, Utah. 18 pages.
1968
No. 336-339
Alva and Zella Matheson, Non-Native Associated with Paiute
Childhood Native-American friends, settlement habits, Caucasian-Native american relations, important chiefs, early settlers of Southern Utah, different tribes in Southern Utah, Mountain Meadow Massecre, federal policy, early LDS-Native American relations, treatment of infants, courting customs, trading children and squaws, anecdotes, Chief Kanosh, rock paintings, hieroglyphics and thier meanings, religion, orgin of the Navajo Legend, wars, renegades, Caucasian-Native American relations, Spanish gold mining, uprisings, arts and crafts, shelters. Interviewed and recorded by Inez Cooper in Cedar City, Utah. 55 pages.
1968
No. 340
Unknown Woman, Ute
"The Fires of Springtime." Recorded by George E. Stewart. 3 pages.
1968
No. 341
Alva Matheson, Non-Indian
"Music Cave." Legend told to Matheson by unknown Indian in Cedar City, Utah. 2 pages.
1968
No. 342
Jimmy Pete, Paiute
"Bear Dance." Recorded by Alva Matheson. 3 pages.
1968
No. 343
Old Indian, Paiute
Notes on a brief encounter with a Paiute in Cedar City, Utah, written by Alva Matheson. 3 pages.
1968
No. 344-346
Alva Matheson, Non-Indian No. 344, 345, 346
"The Naming of Pah-Haw-Wan Lake," 2 pages. "How the Indians Found Clothing," 2 pages. "How Fire Came to the Indian," 2 pages. Paiute legends.
1968
No. 347
Isaac Riddle, Non-Indian
Portion of an autobiography submitted by Alva Matheson. 4 pages.
1968
No. 348-349
Rhoda Wood, Non-Indian No. 348, 349
"Indians Move," 2 pages. "Encounter," 1 page. Recollections submitted by Alva Matheson.
1968
No. 350
Haddie Ariwite, Paiute
Shoshoni Legends: "How Tendoy Became Chief," "Bear Children and the Deer Children," and "The Rabbit and the Sun." Recorded by Lorin Gaarder at Fort Hall, Idaho. 19 pages.
1969
No. 351
Zuni Navo, Bannock
In this untaped interview conducted by Lorin Gaarder, topics covered include an encounter between Lemhi-Bannock and a band of Blackfeet, the story of one young man who fought in a Shoshoni battle with strangers, a battle involving four groups of Native Americans, how a Nimi Camp was warned of a Blackfeet raiding party and how they escaped, how a Shoshoni woman escaped from her Blackfeet captor, the Deer Children and the Bear Children, and the Rabit tale. Interview took place in Salmon, Idaho. 40 pages.
1968
No. 352
Henry Woonsook, Shoshoni Bannock
Grandmother's tale of The Bear River Battle. Interviewed and recorded by Lorin Gaarder in Fort Hall, Idaho. 3 pages.
1968
No. 353
Raymond George, Shoshoni
Raymond George's Grandfather's tale about the Bannock War. Interviewed and recorded by Lorin Gaarder in Fort Hall, Idaho. 6 pages.
1967
No. 354
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Little Boy and the Antelopes." Translated by Alvina Quam. 8 pages.
1968
No. 355
Lonkeena, Zuni
"The Village of Matsakya." Translated by Alvina Quam. 6 pages.
1968
No. 356
Lonkeena, Zuni
"The Navajo Sheep." Translated by Alvina Quam. 2 pages.
1968
No. 357
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Hopi Village." Translated by Alvina Quam. 6 pages.
1968

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Container(s): Box 11

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No. 358
Lonkeena, Zuni
"The Rituals of Hunting" previously published in Zuni Stories and Tales. Translated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1968
No. 359
Alex Erickson, Non-Indian
Early Chloride, recreation, medicine. Inerview conducted by the Mohave County Museum. 8 pages
1968
No. 360
Helen Livingston Shawl, Non-Native associated with Hualapai
Early Chloride, recreation, medicine. Interviewed and recorded by Mojave County Museum in Chloride, Arizona. 15 pages.
1968
No. 361
George Walkup, Ute
Living on the reservation for sixty-one years,beef issue, firefighters, bear dance, sun dance. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver. 7 pages.
1969
No. 362
Paquin, Zuni
"The Widower from Matsakya." Translated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1968
No. 363
Paquin, Zuni
"The Two Orphans and Their Grandmother." Translated by Alvina Quam. 12 pages.
1968
No. 364
Paquin, Zuni
"The Coyote and the Woodpecker." Translated by Alvina Quam. 6 pages.
1968
No. 365
Paquin, Zuni
"The Ahdoshles." Translated by Alvina Quam. 9 pages.
1968
No. 366
Cecelia P. Lambeth, Apache
Background, education, plants, marriage, horses, ancestry, legends, arts and crafts, clothes, recreation, Native American-Caucasian relations, reservation life, children, home life, religion, language. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Mr. and Mrs. Alva Matheson in Cedar City, Utah. 37 pages.
1968
No. 367
Willemina B. Vanderwagon, Non-Indian associated with Zuni
Education, alcohol, the Depression. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 18 pages.
1968
No. 368
Ernie Vanderwagon, Non-Indian associated with Zuni
Life as a trader's son, the Depression, food, religion, dances, tribal government. Interviewed by D. Corydon Hammond at VanderWagen, New Mexico. 8 pages.
1968
No. 369
Lorenzo Chavez, Zuni
Coming of the Spanish, Spanish-Indian relations, Apache-Zuni war, architecture, religion, Catholic-Indian relations. Interviewed by D. Corydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 13 pages.
1968
No. 370
Boots Siruch and Katheleen Chegup, Ute, Uncompahgre, Whiteriver
Native American songs. Recorded by Norma Denver. 4 pages.
1968
No. 371
Linda Pawwannie, Ute
A member of the Uncompahgre band, Linda was the first Ute to tour Europe on an educational trip. Travel, white-Indian relatins, education. Interview with Linda and her mother, Clarice, recorced at Ouray, Utah, by Norma Denver. 14 pages.
1968
No. 372
Marietta Reed, Ute
Uncompahgre band, termination. Interviewed by Norma Denver at Fort Duchesnem, Utah. 13 pages.
1968
No. 373
Tom Premo, Shoshoni
Duck Valley Reservation, Captain Buck, the pine nut story, coyote and power. Interviewed and recorded by Hee Kyung Kim at Owyhee, Nevada. 9 pages.
1967
No. 374
Charles Burke, Non-Indian associated with Utes and Paiutes
The last of the Indian Wars, Indian Rights Association, Indian-White relatins, religion. Interviewed by Floyd O'Neil and Gregory Thompson in Durango, Colorado. 23 pages.
1968
No. 375
Frank Keefe and Lucy Jones, Shoshoni
"Waterbaby" and "Coyote and Waterbaby." Interviewed by Hee Kyung Kim at Owyhee, Nevada. Translated by Lucy Jones. 3 pages.
1967
No. 376
Sadie Benally, Navajo
Courtship, marriage ceremony, children, voting, tribal government, housing, Christianity. 23 pages. Marriage, education, childhood, politics, food. 9 pages. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway. Translated by Benjamin Lee.
1968
No. 377
Sadie Benally, Navajo
Missions and St. Christopher's Mission, land, religion, agriculture. 22 pages. Religion and Indian-White relations. 11 pages. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at Bluff, Utah. Translated by Benjamin Lee.
1968
No. 378
Sadie Benally, Navajo
Food, missions, John Collier, livestock reduction. 19 pages. Agriculture and food preservation. 10 pages. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway. Translated by Benjamin Lee.
1968
No. 379
Jim Garnenez, Navajo
Land, livestock, clan relations, reservations, employment, economics. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at Shiprock, New Mexico. 34 pages.
1968
No. 380
Jim Garnenez, Navajo
Economics, federal government and the Indians, shelters, youth, employment, discrimination, intermarriage, welfare, recreation. Gary Shumway. 34 pages.
1968
No. 381
Alfrieda Garnenez, Sioux and Navajo
Family background and education, employment, health care, burial customs, Chief Bonnet Tail, identity, family relationships, economics, land allotments, agriculture, reservations, World War I, language, alcohol, Christianity, education, arts and crafts, medicine man, information sources, Indian-white relations. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway. 87 pages.
1968

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Container(s): Box 12

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No. 382
Natoni Garnenez, Navajo
Education, employment, flu epidemic, livestock, land, language. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Shiprock, New Mexico. 39 pages.
1968
No. 383
Henry Garnenez, Navajo
Education and employment. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Shiprock, New Mexico. 9 pages.
1968
No. 384
Tom Stash, Navajo
Background, chiefs, Ute-Navajo relations. Interviewed by Gary Shumway in Bluff, Utah. 10 pages.
1968
No. 385
Tom Stash, Navajo
Background, Poke and Posey War, squaw dance, medicine, attempted Paiute escape, Ute-Paiute relations, ceremony preparations. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Bluff, Utah. Translated by Benjamin Lee. 29 pages.
7/17/68
No. 386
Tom Stash, Navajo
Medicine men, oral history, squaw dance, medicine, livestock reduction, Fort Sumner, medicine ceremony, sheep. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Bluff, Utah. Translated by Benjamin Lee. 29 pages, 12 pages.
1968
No. 387
Tom and Katherine Stash, Navajo
Military service, discrimination, Vietnam. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway. Translation by Benjamin Lee. 25 pages, 14 pages.
1968
No. 388
Jim Mike, Paiute
The death of Posey. 4 pages.
1968
No. 389
Raymond Nakaij, Navajo
Speech given at the 25th anniversary celebration for St. Christopers Mission. 3 pages.
1968
No. 390
Arthur M. Wyatt, Non-Indian associated with Jicarilla Apache and Navajo
Personal background, trade, sheep, depression, White-Indian relations, traders. Interviewed and recorded in by Floyd O'Neil, Greg Thompson, and John Sylvester in Durango Colorado. 64 pages.
1968
No. 391
Tommy Sobe, Shoshoni
Legends: Bear and Deer, Cottontail, Coyote and Porcupine, Blind Coyote, Coapicci, Coyote and Bat, Anteope and Badger, Number of Disease, Coyote Marrying his Daugher, Theft of Fire. Recorded in Owyhee, Nevada. Translated by Martha Hooper. 19 pages.
1967
No. 392
Paul D. Irwin, Non-Indian associated with Southern Ute and Jicarilla Apache
Traders, Colorado frontier, forest fire, livestock, beef issue, fur trapping, logging. Interviewed and recorded in by Floyd O'Neil, Greg Thompson, and John Sylvester in Durango Colorado. 26 pages.
1968
No. 393
Bruce Shumway, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Employment, welfare, youth. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Blanding, Utah. 18 pages.
1968
No. 394
Albert L. Lyman, Non-Indian associated with Paiute and Navajo
Frontier, Southern Utah, Christianity, LDS missionaries, education, White-Indian relations. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Blanding, Utah. 10 pages.
1968
No. 395
Albert L. Lyman, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Blanding, Utah. 2 pages.
1968
No. 396
Albert L. Lyman, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Ute-Paiute relations, Fort Sumner, Southern Utah frontier. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Blanding, Utah. 10 pages.
1968
No. 397
Albert L. Lyman, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Indian-White relations, Posey, Mexican Mormons. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Blanding, Utah. 10 pages.
1968
No. 398
Albert L. Lyman, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Posey, Pauiute-Mormon relations, Jane White, education. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Blanding, Utah. 8 pages.
1968
No. 399
Albert L. Lyman, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Education, Christianity, LDS, education, discrimination. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Blanding, Utah. 16 pages.
1968
No. 400
Sadie Benally, Navajo
Background, Fort Sumner, flu epidemic, trading posts, food, clothes, livestock, marriage. Navajo-Comanche relations, epidemic, childhood, trade, food, clothes. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Bluff, Utah. Translation by Benjamin Lee. 47 pages, 17 pages
1968
No. 401
Acque, Zuni
"The Priests's Daughter of Kyadegya." Translated by Alvina Quam. 8 pages.
1967
No. 402
Acque, Zuni
"The Farmer from Kyakena." Translated by Alvina Quam. 9 pages.
1967
No. 403
Acque, Zuni
"The Raid on Hopi." Translated by Alvina Quam. 2 pages.
1967
No. 404
Acque, Zuni
"The Priest's Son from Yellowhouse Village." Translated by Alvina Quam. 6 pages.
1967
No. 405
Awelagte, Zuni
"The Owls of Matsakya." Translated by Alvina Quam. 9 pages.
1967
No. 406
Awelagte, Zuni
"The Village of Katchebawa." Translated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1968
No. 407
Awelagte, Zuni
"The Blue Horn Kachinas." Translated by Alvina Quam. 5 pages.
1968
No. 408
Awelagte, Zuni
"Rabbits and the Frog." Translated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1968
No. 409
Awelagte, Zuni
"The Hy-ya-na-we." Translated by Alvina Quam. 7 pages.
1968
No. 410
Acque, Zuni
"Foxes and the Coyote." Translated by Alvina Quam. 6 pages.
1968
No. 411
Acque, Zuni
Courtship. Interviewed by Alvina Quam. 2 pages.
1967
No. 412
Acque, Zuni
"O-kya-ah-me the Lazy Girl." Translated by Alvina Quam. 6 pages.
1967
No. 413
Awelagate, Zuni
"The Young Man from Honthlebingya." Translated by Alvina Quam. 23 pages.
1967
No. 414
Awelagte, Zuni
"The Man from Salt Lake." Translated by Alvina Quam. 11 pages.
1967
No. 415
Awelagte, Zuni
"The Mountain Village." Translated by Alvina Quam. 9 pages.
1967
No. 416
Helen Clark Rountree, Shoshoni
"Between Two Cultures: The Life History of a Western Shoshone Woman." Thesis, Master of Arts, Department of Anthropology, University of Utah. 119 pages.
1968

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Container(s): Box 13

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No. 417
Azdzahn Le Paii, Navajo
Interviewed by Sallie Pierce Harris at Canyon de Chelly, Arizona. 2 pages.
1968
No. 418
Azdzahn Le Paii, Navajo
Interviewed by Sallie Pierce Harris at Canyon de Chelly, Arizona. 2 pages.
1968
No. 419
Dave Gorman, Navajo
Interviewed by Sallie Pierce Harris at Canyon de Chelly, Arizona. 1 page.
1968
No. 420
Bonnie Atine
Courtship and weaving. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Blanding, Utah. 7 pages.
1968
No. 421
Harry Dutchie
Migratory pattersn, Pike and Posey War, cattle business, land. Interviewed by Gary Shumway at Allen Canyon, Utah. 15 pages.
1968
No. 422-423
Madeline Cameron, Non-Indian associated with Navajo, No. 422, 423
Background, reservation life, traders, sheep, Indian-White relations, tribal government, water, education, acculturation, shelters, politics. Land and employment. Interviewed by Gary Shumway at Navajo Mountain Trading Post, Utah. 31 pages. 8 pages.
1968
No. 424
Ida Vijil, Navajo
Background, dating custom, education, civil rights, Vietnam, shelters, language, food. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Bluff, Utah. 20 pages.
1968
No. 425-426
Jim Vijil, Navajo, No. 425, 426
Land, Indian-White relations, welfare, food. Trading, religion, education, military service. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Bluff, Utah. Interpreter, Clyde Benally. 18 pages. 9 pages.
1968
No. 427-431
Bruce Shumway, Non-Indian asssociated with Navajo, No. 427, 428, 429, 430, 431
Welfare, education, employment (19 pages). Short-term loans and hidden costs (1 page). Employment, education, food, traders (19 pages). Traders, alcohol, education, food, leaders, tribal government, politics (20 pages). White-Indian relations, intermarriage, discrimination, welfare, land, livestock (19 pages). Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Blanding, Utah.
1968
No. 432-434
Gasper, Zuni
"The Flight of AH-DOH-AH (Village of Matsahkyah)," (6 pages). "Our Grandparents (Creation)," 3 pages). "The Old Zuni," (5 pages). Zuni legends translated by Alvina Quam.
1967
No. 435-436
Kanteena, Zuni
"Zuni and the Apaches," (4 pages). "The King and His Soldiers," (9 pages). Zuni legends translated by Alvina Quam.
1967
No. 437
Chana Lahu, Zuni
"The Healing." Zuni legend translated by Alvina Quam. 7 pages.
1967
No. 438-439
Lonkeena, Zuni
"The Navajos and the Zunis," (3 pages). "The Salt Woman," (3 pages). Zuni legends translated by Alvina Quam.
1967
No. 440
Awashu, Zuni
"The Priest's Daughter from Kyakema." Zuni legend translated by Alvina Quam. 32 pages.
1967
No. 441-443
Awelagte, Zuni
"The Deer Hunters," (3 pages). "The Kidnapper," (11 pages). "The Village of Kyakema," (16 pages). Zuni legends translated by Alvina Quam.
1967
No. 444-451
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Tsi-ah-she and the Navajo," 5 pages; "Apache Attack Two Old Men," 2 pages; "Navajos and Zunis," 1 page; "Story of My Grandfather," 7 pages; "Zunis in California," 2 pages; "Santa Domingo," 7 pages; "The Navajo Warrier, Kelthnakkya," 7 pages; "Doowhooli," 6 pages; Translated by Alvina Quam.
1967
No. 452
Mahooty, Zuni
"The Grasshopper and the Coyote." Translated by Alvina Quam. 5 pages.
1967
No. 453
Leo S. Vicenti, Jicarilla Apache
Reservation, storytelling, land, hunting, shelters, education, tribal government, Geronimo, agriculture. Interviewed and recorded by Karl Young in Dulce, New Mexico. 49 pages.
1968
No. 454
Leo S. Vicenti and Harper Vicenti, Jicarilla Apache
Food, burial customs, chiefs, industry, education, military service, art. Interviewed and recorded by Karl Young in Dulce, New Mexico. 35 pages.
1968
No. 455
Gustina Smith Hawkins, Non-Native associated with Utes
Photography, hay palace, doctors, Native American life, UBIC, legends, soldiers, recreation, shelters. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Roosevelt, Utah. 20 pages.
1968
No. 456
Suwim Fielding and Jane Honga, Hualapai
Songs, pow wow, funeral ceremony, education, shelters, recreation, food, travel, horses, medicine, employment, land, Indian-White relations. Interviewed and recorded by Fanny Woodward. 33 pages.
1968
No. 457
Mahooty, Zuni
"True Story of Navajos Fighting Zunis." Translated by Alvina Quam. 9 pages.
1967
No. 458a
Jane Honga, Hualapai
Chief Cherum, land, White-Indian relations, food, cosmetics, clothes. Interviewed and recorded by Fanny Woodward. 15 pages.
1968
No. 458b
Mazie Powskey, Hualapai
Food, burial customs, songs, clothes, games. Interviewed and recorded by Fanny Woodward. 12 pages.
1968
No. 458c
Loly Powskey, Hualapai
Farming, pow wow, hunting, travel, employment, songs. Interviewed and recorded by Fanny Woodward. 11 pages.
1968
No. 459
Nastacio, Zuni
"Nastacio's Boyhood Days." Translated by Alvina Quam. 1 page.
1967
No. 460
Lena Sixkiller and LaRena Iorg, Northern Ute
Termination. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Ft. Duchesne, Utah. 13 pages.
1968

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Container(s): Box 14

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No. 461
LaRena Iorg, Northern Ute
Enrollment and termination. Interviewed by Norma Denver at Roosevelt, Utah. 18 pages.
1968
No. 462a
Nellie Mahone, Hualapai
Medicine, hunting, pow-wow, arts and crafts, food, shelters, farming, land claims and burial customs. Interviewed by Fanny Woodward in Arizona. 22 pages.
1968
No. 462b
Lon Ferra and Edith Ferra, Non-Native associated with the Hualapai
Burial customs, farming, mining, the Arizona frontier. Interviewed by Fanny Woodward at Union Pass, Arizona. 19 pages.
1968
No. 463
Nastacio, Zuni
"The Outlaws," a Zuni legend. Translated by Alvina Quam. 6 pages.
1967
No. 464
Suwim Fielding, Frank Beecher, and Mamie Engel, Hualapai
Paint, education, songs, and the legends "Meadawittika," and "The Flood." Interviewed by Fanny Woodward at Peach Springs, Arizona. 11 pages.
1968
No. 465
Augustine Mirabel, Taos
Personal history, employment, welfare, farming, alcohol. Interviewed and recorded by Karl Young in Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. 36 pages.
1968
No. 466
Augustine Mirabel, Taos
Hunting, a story of a practical joke, travel, farming, shelters. Interviewed and recorded by Karl Young in Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. 36 pages.
1968
No. 467
Mrs. Augustine Mirabel, Taos
Personal history, nurse training, education, alcohol, occupations, welfare, food, living conditions, religion, farming, employment, health, community relations. Interviewed and recorded by Karl Young in Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. 37 pages.
1968
No. 468
Joe Trinidad Archuleta, Taos
Joe Trinidad discusses spending the summer with his sister to raise crops on land shares. After harvest he returns to his home in Taos New Mexico. Interviewed and recorded by Karl Young in San Juan, New Mexico. 36 pages.
1968
No. 469
Raymond Fragua, Jemez Pueblo
Personal history, education, travel, employment, livestock, electricity, fire fighters, and farming. Interviewed and recorded by Karl Young in New Mexico. 20 pages.
1968
No. 470
Felipe Fragua Whitecloud, Jemez Pueblo
Personal history, education, dance, religion, pueblo life, Jemez-Navajo relations, food, employment, livestock, language, trade, medicine and medicine men. Interviewed and recorded by Karl Young in Albequerque, New Mexico. 38 pages.
1968
No. 471
Antonio Fragua Whitecloud, Jemez Pueblo
Education, the Bureau of Indian Affairs and John Collier, dances, agriculture. Interviewed and recorded by Karl Young. 23 pages.
1968
No. 472
Sheldon Luna, Navajo
Education, employment. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway and Clyde Benally in Blanding, Utah. 11 pages.
1968
No. 473
Irene Shorty, Navajo
Problems with going to school in Blanding, education, personal goals. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at a sheep camp Southeast of Bluff. 8 pages.
1968
No. 474
Jackson Gray Mountain, Navajo
The long walk, medicine, the Bureau of Indian Affairs and John Collier, livestock, agriculture, tribal government. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at Navajo Mountain, San Juan County, Utah. Translation by Benjamin Lee. 29 pages. Following this transcript is a discussion or grazing and politics translated by Josephine Dejoey. 6 pages.
1968
No. 475
Ben Whitehorse, Navajo
Agriculture and the Title V program. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at Montezuma Creek, Utah, translation by Benjamin Lee. 11 pages. Also a discussion of farming. 4 pages.
1968
No. 476
Rosita Issac, Navajo
Personal background, the "Miss Navajo" beauty contest, military service, reservation life, education, clothes, alcohol, peyote, the generation gap. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at Bluff, Utah. 16 pages.
1968
No. 477
Evan Smith, Navajo
Childhood, education, employment, language, shelters, traders. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at Shiprock, New Mexico. 20 pages.
1968
No. 478
Ruth Claw, Navajo
Personal history, health, rugs, livestock, family, government aid, trading posts, transportation, traders, theft, health care. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at Teec Nos Pos, Arizona. 79 pages. A second transcript covers Navajo pastimes, healthcare, rug making, trading, and clans. 27 pages.
1968
No. 479
Ralph W. Evans, Non-Native associated with Navajo
Traders, squaw dance, courtship, stock reduction, education, welfare, shelters. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at Navajo Mountain, San Juan County, Utah. 18 pages.
1968
No. 480
Nastacio, Zuni
"The Zuni and the Apache," a Zuni legend translated by Alvina Quam. 2 pages.
1967
No. 481
John Dayish, Navajo
The long walk, livestock, morals. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at Shiprock, New Mexico, Translation by Benjamin Lee. 10 pages. Transcript with Ralph Williams Evans as interpreter covers personal history, Mexican-Navajo relations, Ute-Navajo relations, migration, farming, religion, livestock, childhood, youth. 16 pages.
6/24/68
No. 483
Lewis Gray, Navajo adopted by Utes
Personal history, childhood, transportation, welfare, employment, Utes, education, Fort Sumner. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at White Mesa, South of Blanding, Utah. Clyde Benally served as interpreter. 25 pages. Second transcript covers education, welfare, employment, and Navajo-Ute relations. 8 pages.
1968
No. 484
Anna Marie Ketchum Nat, Paiute
Education, Paiute-Ute relations, Ute-Navajo relations, intermarriage, Ute-Navajo riot, employment, national awareness, voting, Vietnam, alcohol, hippies. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway and Clyde Benally at White Mesa, Utah. 21 pages.
1968
No. 485
Norman Begay, Ute
Personal background, childhood, white-Indian relations, economics, education. Interviewed by Gary Shumway at White Mesa, Utah. 15 pages.
1968
No. 486
John Ketso and Iris Hakeeni Ketso, Navajo
Fort Sumner, food, livestock, ancestry, welfare, water. Interviewed by Gary Shumway at Owl Springs, about ten miles from the Oljeto trading post. Ralph Evans interpreted. 14 pages.
1968
No. 487
Nastacio, Zuni
"Fight Over New and Old Ways," a legend translated by Alvina Quam. 2 pages.
1967
No. 488
Father Wayne Valdez and Raymond Nakai, Non-Indian and Navajo
Father Wayne Valdez, head of St. Christopher's Mission, and Chairman Raymond Nakai of the Navajo tribal council, interviewed by Dave Murdock for a radio broadcast. Recorded by Gary Shumway. 10 pages.
1966
No. 489
Wilbert Willy and Tina Willy, Navajo
Childhood, missionaries, employment, education, "Indian Princess" beauty contest, Indian programs, acculturation, language. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at Blanding, Utah. 35 pages.
1968
No. 490
Mary Goodman Gillis, Navajo
Education at the Indian School in Brigham City, Utah. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway near Monument Valley, Utah. 12 pages.
1968
No. 491
Natewa, Zuni
"Outlaws Stole Horses from Zuni," translated by Alvina Quam. 8 pages.
1967

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Container(s): Box 15

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No. 492
Charles Keith, Navajo
Family history, owning sheep, trading posts, education, employment, children, Fort Sumner, burial, welfare, militancy, Vietnam, Peyote, religion, clans, tribal government. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Blanding Utah. Interperated by Clyde Benally. 47 pages, 33 pages.
1968
No. 493
Angelina Frances Medina
Childhood, education, employment, religion, civil rights, Vietnam. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway and Clyde Benally in Bluff, Utah. 26 pages.
1968
No. 494-496
Natewa, Zuni
Legends translated by Alvina Quam. "Zuni Witches," 4 pages. "Henry Hunting Deer," 6 pages. "Sacred Way to Hunt Deer," 3 pages.
1967
No. 497
Eugene Tapahantso, Navajo
Employment, mining, education, uprisings, clans, origin of Navajo people. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Shiprock, New Mexico. 27 pages.
1968
No. 498
Tom Lee
Background and education, mining, personal finances, clothing, miners contest. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway. 17 pages.
1968
No. 499-503
Lynn Lee, Non-Indian associated with Navajo, No. 499, 500, 501, 502, 503
Background, education, and Indian-White relations, 11 pages. Education, acculturation, Indian-White relations, government aid, politics, 49 pages. Education, 18 pages. Discrimination, education, LDS religion, 19 pages. Education and culture, 18 pages. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Blanding, Utah.
1968
No. 504-505
Mildred Tso, Navajo, No. 504-505
Background, education, LDS religion, 16 pages. Religion, dating, prejudice, future plans, 16 pages. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway.
1968
No. 506-507
Jane Goodman, Navajo, No. 506-507
Background, land disputes, death, children, 18 pages. Children and foster homes, food, shelters, public utilities, education. 24 pages. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway.
1968
No. 508
Henry and Jean Samson, Navajo
Swinging bridge over the San Juan river, water, personal background, land, education, health, employment, agriculture, Title V, 43 pages. Reservation life, Title V, schools, 25 pages. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway, translation by Benjamin Lee.
1968
No. 509
James Samson, Navajo
Vietnam War, education. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Bluff, Utah. 14 pages.
1968
No. 510
Roy Samson, Navajo
Education, mining, traders, Mr. Wetherill, 20 pages. Education, mining, 12 pages. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at Swinging Bridge, Utah. Translation by Benjamin Lee.
1968
No. 511
Fernandez Begay, Nancy Yanito, John Shorty, Willy Scott, Navajo
Education, 7 pages. Education, clans, 10 pages. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway near Swinging Bridge, Utah.
1968
No. 512
Fernandez Begay, Nancy Yanito, John Shorty, Willy Scott, Jane Yanito Navajo
Education, clans. Group discussion near Swinging Bridge, Utah. Recorded by Gary L. Shumway. 10 pages.
1968
No. 513-514
Brother Juniper, Non-Indian associated with Navajo, No. 513-514
St. Christopher Misssion, land, construction, industry, tourism, welfare, 19 pages. Land, voting, traditions, religion, 12 pages. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at Oljetoh Trading Post, Utah.
1968
No. 515
Roy Atine
Background, education, land, cost of living. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at Blanding, Utah. 12 pages.
1968
No. 516
Natewa, Zuni
"Mexicans who Captured a Zuni Man," 3 pages. Translated by Alvina Quam.
1967
No. 517
Harry Dutchie, Ute
Posey uprising. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at Allen Canyon, Utah. 12 pages.
1968
No. 518
Gasper, Zuni
"Zuni Dances." Translated by Alvina Quam. 2 pages.
1967
No. 519
Natewa, Zuni
"Two Zuni and the Outlaws." Translated by Alvina Quam. 5 pages.
1967
No. 520
Paquin, Zuni
"The Whip." Translated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1967
No. 521
Unkestine, Zuni
"The Beginning." Translated by Alvina Quam. 11 pages.
1967
No. 522
Unkestine, Zuni
"Zuni and the Navajo." Translated by Alvina Quam. 2 pages.
1967
No. 523
Unkestine, Zuni
"Zuni Witchcraft." Translated by Alvina Quam. 3 pages.
1967
No. 524
Unkestine, Zuni
"Depression Time in Zuni." Translated by Alvina Quam. 9 pages.
1967
No. 525
Earl Livermore, Blackfoot; Earl Baker, Youth Council Utah; Buster McCurdy, Goshute
Panel discussion as part of the University of Utah's "Challenge Week," discussing Indians at Alcatraz and the position of the Goshutes in Utah. Alcatraz Island, Indian reservations, education, alcohol, Indian Placement Program, religion, attorney problems. Recorded by John D. Sylvester. 24 pages.
1970

Interviews 526-600Return to Top

Container(s): Box 16

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item
No. 525
Oshley Navajo, Navajo
Navajo-white relations, alcohol, Christianity, religion, ceremonies, enemies, Fort Sumner. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Blanding, Utah. 15 pages.
1968
No. 526
Ashley Navajo, Navajo
Modern Transportation, guns, battles, great warrior, religion, old traditions. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Blanding, Utah. 9 pages.
1968
No. 527
Juanita Groves and others
Indian dance chants. Transcript not available.
1967
No. 528
Episcopal Mass, Navajo
Tape of Navajo and Episcopalian mass music. Recorded in St. Christopher's Mission at Bluff, Utah. No transcript available.
1968
No. 529
Jane White, Ute
Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in White Mesa, San Juan County, Utah. No transcript available.
1968
No. 530
Gladys Perkins Lyman, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Education, Navajo-Ute relations, Christianity-LDS, health, education. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Blanding, Utah. 17 pages.
1968
No. 531
Blanche Mackelprang, Non-Indian associated with Southern Paiute
Background, Paiute contacts. Interviewed by Kay Fowler in Kanab, Utah. 3 pages.
1967
No. 532
Helena Pacheco, Santee Sioux and Winnebago
Background, education, ghost dance. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Fort Lewis College, Durango, Colorado. 16 pages.
1970
No. 533
Gloria Quanimptewa, Hopi
Interviewed by Dr. Charles Peterson in Snowflake, Arizona. 1 page.
1967
No. 534
Elizabeth Baits Baldwin, Non-Indian associated with Utes
Interviewed by Dr. Charles Peterson in Snowflake, Arizona. 1 page.
1967
No. 535
Silas Fish, Non-Indian associated with Apache
Interviewed by Dr. Charles Peterson in Phoenix, Arizona. 1 page.
1967
No. 536
Martin Bushman, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Interviewed by Dr. Charles Peterson in Snowflake, Arizona. 2 pages.
1967
No. 537
William Hunt, Non-Indian associated with Hopi, Navajo, and Paiute
Interviewed by Dr. Charles Peterson in Holbrook, Arizona. 2 pages.
1967
No. 538
Sessal Allen, Non-Indian associated with Hopi
Indian traders, freighting, Mormon-Indian relations, Hopi businessmen. Interviewed by Dr. Charles Peterson in Woodruff, Arizona. 5 pages.
1967
No. 539
Moencopi Informants, Hopi
Founding of Moencopi, oral history, Hopi-Navajo relations. Interviewd by Dr. Charles Peterson in Moencopi, Arizona. 9 pages.
1967
No. 540
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Taylor, Non-Indian associated with Ute
Interviewed by Dr. Sandra Caruthers in Moab, Utah. 2 pages.
1967
No. 541
Mrs. Helen Knight and Mrs. Lydia Skewes, Non-Indian associated with Ute
Interviewed by Dr. Sandra Caruthers in Moab, Utah. 2 pages.
1967
No. 542
Lydia Taylor Skewes, Non-Indian associated with Ute
Interviewed by Dr. Sandra Caruthers in Moab, Utah. 2 pages.
1967
No. 543
Dwight Leech, Non-Indian associated with Ute
Frontier-Northern Utah, bear dance, death. Interviewed by Dr. Sandra Caruthers in Moab, Utah. 9 pages.
1967
No. 544
Carl Jake, Roy Tom and Ernestine Jake, Paiute
Names, reservation, water baby. Interviewd by Kay Fowler in the Indian Peak Reservation, Utah. 8 pages.
1967
No. 545
Larry Dennison, Navajo
Background, education, religion, foster homes, education, traditions, Christianity-LDS, children. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Salt Lake City, Utah. 35 pages.
1970
No. 546
Clarice Chapoose, Ute and Shoshoni
Legend: "A Coyote Tale," "Marriage of a Girl and a Star," peyote religion, education. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Roosevelt, Utah. 9 pages.
1970
No. 547
Shirley Reed, Ute
Legend, ancestry, religion, reservation life, education. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Fort Duchesne, Utah. 8 pages.
1970
No. 548
Shirley Reed, Ute
Education, Meeker massacre. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Fort Duchesne, Utah. 7 pages.
1970
No. 549
Larry Dennison, Navajo
Ceremonial, education, aculturation. Interviewd and recorded by Floyd O'Neil and Greg Thompson in Salt Lake City, Utah. 36 pages.
1970
No. 550
Jim Mike, Ute
Death of Posey. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway in Blanding, Utah (White Mesa). 7 pages.
1968
No. 551
Acque, Zuni
Legend: "Search for the Center of the Earth." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 552
Acque, Zuni
Legend: "The Coyote and the Badger." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 6 pages.
1967
No. 553
Acque, Zuni
Legend: "Zuni and Apache." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 554
Acque, Zuni
Legend: "The Ay-yah-ho-queh." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 555
Acque, Zuni
Legend: "Story of the Earthquake." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 556
Acque, Zuni
Legend: "Zuni and Apache." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 9 pages.
1967
No. 557
Acque, Zuni
Legend: "War between Zuni and Navajo." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 4 pages.
1967
No. 558
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "Christmas Story." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 559
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "Zuni at Hawikuh." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 560
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "Zuni and Navajo Warriors." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 7 pages.
1967
No. 561
Awelagte, Zuni
Legend: "Zuni and their Ways of Living (Zuni and Hopi)." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 562
Richard and Helen Tsinnie, Navajo
Interviewed by Editha L. Watson in Tuba City, Arizona. 1 page.
1967
No. 563
Lauraine McKenzie, Navajo
Background, religion, customs, education, BIA. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Durango, Colorado. 23 pages.
1970
No. 564
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Story of Salt Lake." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 565
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "A Story of the Stick Races." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 566
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Apaches raid Zuni." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 567
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "The Navajo Albino." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 568
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "The Yah-Yah Dance." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 569
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Big Snow." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 570
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Story of the Sheepherders." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 571
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Story of Kyah-nah-queh." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 572
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Digging a Well." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 573
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Dance at Ojo Caliente." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 574
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Churches of Katchebahwah, Zuni, and Hawikuh." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 575
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Prophesies of our Grandparents." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 576
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "War Between Navajo and Zuni." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 577
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Heavy Snow." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 578
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "The Earthquake." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 579
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Enote's Childhood." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 580
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Navajo Visits Ojo Caliente." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 581
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Woodcutter." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 582
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Matsahkyah." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 583
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Dance at Pescado." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 584
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Sheepherding Days." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 585
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Wooden Doll in the Cave." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 586
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Yahbetchai Dance." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 587
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Priest's Daughter." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 10 pages.
1967
No. 588
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Enote's Childhood (Games of Childhood)." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 589
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Hopi Dancers." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 590
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Enote's Childhood Days--Rounding up Horses." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 591
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Navajos attack the Zunis." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 592
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Chaquehna." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 1 page.
1967
No. 593
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Race in Ojo Caliente." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 594
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Enote's Childhood--Lost Goats and Sheep." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 595
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Ojo Caliente." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 596
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Enote's Childhood (Winter Blizzard)." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 4 pages.
1967
No. 597
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Poorest Days of Enote." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 3 pages.
1967
No. 598
Enote, Zuni
Legend: "Enote's Childhood (Story of Poor Boys and Girls)." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 2 pages.
1967
No. 599
Gasper, Zuni
Legend: "Village of Towayalone." Translated by Alvina Quam in Zuni, New Mexico. 7 pages.
1967
No. 600A
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Ferra, Non-Indian associated with Hualapai
Lawyers, frontier-Arizona. Interviewed and recorded by Fanny Woodward in Arizona. 5 pages.
1968
No. 600B
Maude Sinyella, Hualapai
Basket weaving, leaders--Hualapia Charley, shelters, marriage, stories, funerals, medicines. Interviewed and recorded by Fanny Woodward in Arizona. 21 pages.
1968
No. 600C
Suwim Fielding, Hualapai
Paints, old story, tribal history, horse swimmers. Interviewed and recorded by Fanny Woodward in Arizona. 8 pages.
1968

Interviews 601-633Return to Top

Container(s): Box 17

Container(s) Description Dates
box
17
item
No. 601
Gertrude Chapoose Willie, Ute
Willie discusses being an Indian in an Anglo world. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver at Fort Duchesne, Utah. 10 pages.
1970
No. 602
Lula Brock Wash and Gertrude Chapoose Willie, Ute
Ute legends. Interviewed by Norma Denver at Fort Duchesne, Utah. 6 pages.
1970
No. 603-604
Joseph Pinnecoose, Ute, No. 603-604
Pinnecoose outlines his personal history and talks about education, identity, culture, and the pow wow experience. Interviewed by Norma Denver at Fort Duchesne, Utah. 7 pages, 8 pages.
1970
No. 605
Mariette Reed, Ute
Ute Legends told to Mariette by her grandmother, education and the head start program. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver at Fort Duchesne, Utah. 8 pages.
1970
No. 606
Katherine Jenkins, Ute
Seeatch legend, education, water babies, Ute history program. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver at Fort Duchesne, Utah. 4 pages.
1970 July 23
No. 607
Lorenzo Chavez, Zuni
Personal background, archeology, legends, education, reservation, and land. Interviewed and recorded by Gregory C. Crampton, John D. Sylvester, Gordon Peywa, and Virginia Anderson at Ojo Caliente, New Mexico. 18 pages.
1970
No. 608
Dr. Richard Hevly, Navajo
Paleobiology, fossils, and plants. Speech recorded at Window Rock, Arizona. 29 pages.
1970
No. 609
Carl Jake, Paiute
Ethnographic notes, place names on the Markagunt Plateau provided by Jake and prepared by Kay Fowler. 4 pages.
1967
No. 610
Southern Paiute Field Report
Summary of oral history work during the summer of 1967. 10 pages.
1967
No. 611
Chauncy Neboya, Navajo
Field notes taken by Sallie Pierce at Chinle, Arizona. 1 page.
1968
No. 612
Jessie Gorman, Navajo
Field notes taken by Sallie Pierce Harris at Canyon de Chelly. 1 page.
1968
No. 613
Azdzahn Lepaii, Navajo
Field notes taken by Sallie Pierce Harris at Canyon de Chelly. 1 page.
1968
No. 614
Chee Bua Ayze, Navajo
Field notes taken by Sallie Pierce Harris in the Wood Springs area. 2 pages.
1968
No. 615
Dave Gorman, Navajo
Field notes taken by Sallie Pierce Harris at Canyon de Chelly. 1 page.
1968
No. 616
Grey Eyes, Navajo
Field notes taken by Sallie Pierce Harris at Canyon de Chelly. 1 page.
1968
No. 617
Ross Harden, Winnebago
Background and education, Alcatraz Movement, BIA, hippies, police Fort Lawton, Pit River Indians, Lehman Brightman. Interviewed and recorded by Gregory C. Crampton and Floyd A. O'Neil in Salt Lake City, Utah. 46 pages.
1970
No. 618
Ross Harden, Winnebago
Alcatraz, leaders, government reaction, boats, treaty, splits in movement, militancy, organization, blockade. Interviewed and recorded by Gregory C. Crampton, Floyd A. O'Neil, and John D. Sylvester in Salt Lake City, Utah. 21 pages.
1970
No. 619
Ross Harden, Winnebago
Alcatraz, Indian Center, EOP, Bay Area Native American Council (BANAC), United Native Americans. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil, John D. Sylvester, and Greg Thompson in Salt Lake City, Utah. 14 pages.
1970
No. 620
Ross Harden, Winnebago
Interview by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory Thompson in Salt Lake City, Utah. No transcript available. This tape is not to be cited in any form without Ross Harden's written permission.
1970
No. 621
Ross Harden, Winnebago
Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Greg Thompson in Salt Lake City, Utah. 28 pages.
1970
No. 622
Peter MacDonald, Navajo
MacDonald gives his views on the tribal council, education, employment, and economics. Recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil. 28 pages.
1970
No. 623
Peter MacDonald, Navajo
Education, traditions, oral history, legends, economics. Ross Harden is also present. Recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil. 19 pages.
1970
No. 624
Melvin Thom, Paiute
Politics, education, leadership, Indian-White relations, Poor People's March, identity, reservation, termination, welfare, responsibility. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil. 24 pages.
1970
No. 625
Melvin Thom, Paiute
Background, education, Chicago Conference, employment, tribal office, CAP program, police, state government, militancy. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Salt Lake City, Utah. 26 pages.
1970 August 7
No. 626-627
Syme Sanchez, Acoma Pueblo
This interview was recorded while walking about the Mission Church and Convent at Sky City, Acoma. Topics discussed include the Acoma Pueblo Church (Choir Loft, Nave, Baptistry, Cemetery, Altar, St. Stephen's Statue, Oil Paintings, Qirshmer Report, Pumpkin Designs, Sanctuary, Convent, Tools, Stairwell, and Storeroom). Second interview continues discussion of the church and inludes talk about the Pueblo Revolt and the coming of the Spanish. Interviewed and recorded by Dr. Ward Alan Minge in Acoma Pueblo (Sky City), New Mexico. 50 pages, 39 pages.
1970
No. 628
Glenna Jenks, Ute
Crowned Indian Princess and Miss Indian Utah. Education, future plans, Ute history, legend. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Fort Duchesne, Utah. 8 pages.
1970
No. 629
Glenna Jenks, Ute
Indian personality, education, Miss Indian Utah, legend. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver. 5 pages.
1970
No. 630-631
Lucille Thompson, Non-Indian associated with Southern Ute
Background, childhood and nurses training. Health care, World War II. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Durango Colorado. 23 pages. No transcript available of second interview.
1970
No. 632
Dr. Robert Delaney, Non Indian
Background and education, Catholicism, Christianity, Fort Lewis College. Interviewed and recorded by Gregory Thompson and Floyd A. O'Neil in Durango, Colorado. 29 pages.
1970
No. 633
Buford Wayt, Non-Indian
Background, problems, identity, education, radicalism, BIA. Interviewed and recorded by Gregory Thompson and F. A. O'Neil in Durango, Colorado. 38 pages.
1970

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Container(s): Box 18

Container(s) Description Dates
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18
item
No. 634
Erwin Bowman, Navajo
Background, education, marriage, farming, hunting, military service, reservation policemen, Fairchild Electronics, traditions, religion.Interviewed and recorded by Gregory Thompson and Floyd A. O'Neil in Shiprock New Mexico. 36 pages.
1970
No. 636
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hatch, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Frontier in New Mexico and Arizona, acculturation, traders, Utes, arts and crafts, leaders, BIA, livestock reduction, missionaries, background, trading post. Interviewed and recorded by Gregory Thompson and Floyd A. O'Neil in Durango, Colorado. 29 pages.
1970
No. 637
Randall Taylor, Non-Indian
Dean Taylor, of Fort Lewis College, discusses his background and education. He also talks about archeology. Interviewed and recorded by Gregory Thompson and F. A. O'Neil in Durango, Colorado. 25 pages.
1970
No. 638
Gary Pinnicoose, Southern Ute
Background, employment, recreation, education, Fort Lewis, history, BIA, economy, military. Interviewed and recorded by Gregory Thompson and F. A. O'Neil in Durango, Colorado. 35 pages.
1970
No. 639
Donald Kee, Navajo
Background and employment. Interviewed and recorded by Gregory Thompson and F. A. O'Neil in Shiprock, New Mexico. 20 pages.
1970
Reel
No. 640
Morrill Turner, Non-Native associated with Jicarilla Apache
Background, education, Buckskin Charlie, Colorow, Depression, traders, Indian agents. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil, Gregory Thompson, and John D. Sylvester in Durango, Colorado. 28 pages.
1968
item
No. 641
Morrill Turner, Non-Native associated with Jicarilla Apache
Emmett Wirt, Caucasian-Native American relations, trade, land, cattle business, employment, education. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil, Gregory Thompson, and John D. Sylvester in Durango, Colorado. 17 pages.
1968
Reel
No. 642
John D. Rogers, Piute
Interviewed by Bertha B. Larimore. 23 pages.
1923
item
No. 643
Keith Grass, Navajo
Background and education, industry (Fairchild), urbanization. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil, Gregory C. Thompson, and John D. Sylvester in Shiprock, New Mexico. 15 pages.
1971
No. 644
Joe Kieyoomia, Navajo
Background and clan affiliation, employment, industry (Fairchild), World War II. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil, Gregory C. Thompson, and John D. Sylvester in Shiprock, New Mexico. 13 pages.
1970
No. 645
Shirley Murdock Reed, Northern Ute
Termination, education. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Roosevelt, Utah. 9 pages.
1968
No. 646
Tully Linclon, Navajo
Background, traders, the Hubbells, agriculture, BIA, ceremonies, ruins, livestock reduction, games, medicine men. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and David M. Brugge in Ganado, Arizona. 72 pages.
1970
No. 647
Mentora Daniels Crumbo, Ute
Rose "Grandma" Daniels. Interviewed by Norma Denver in Fort Duchesne, Utah. 5 pages.
1968
No. 648
Jack Todichiini, Navajo
Land claims, background, and headmen. Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll in Window Rock, Arizona. 6 pages.
1960
No. 649
Besh Bitoh Asdzaan "Mrs. Pete," Navajo
Background, land claims, headmen. Interviewed by J. Lee Carrell at Window Rock, Arizona. 4 pages.
1960
No. 650
Mary Bahe, Navajo
Background, land claims, headmen. Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll in Window Rock, Arizona. 4 pages.
1960
No. 651
Lew Wallace, Navajo
Background, land claims, headmen. Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll in Window Rock, Arizona. 4 pages.
1960
No. 652
Hastiin Nez Blackgoat, Navajo
Background, land claims, headmen. Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll in Window Rock, Arizona. 4 pages.
1960
No. 653
Pete Totsooni
Land claims, background, headmen, raids, shelters, hogans. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge in Window Rock, Arizona. 7 pages.
1960
No. 654
Asdzaa Yazhi, Navajo
Land claims, background, headmen. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge in Window Rock, Arizona. 6 pages.
1960
No. 655
Hastiin Nat'aanii, Navajo
Land claims, background, headmen. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge in Window Rock, Arizona. 7 pages.
1960
No. 656
Joe Kabinto, Navajo
Background, land claims, headmen, hogans. Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll in Window Rock, Arizona. 6 pages.
1960
No. 657a
Son of Big Leg, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll and Maxwell Yazzie in Window Rock, Arizona. No transcript.
1960
No. 657b
Sam Maze, Navajo
Background, land claims, headmen. Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll in Window Rock, Arizona. 3 pages.
1960
No. 658
Silas Talker, Navajo
Land Claims, background, headmen. Interviewed and recorded by J. L. Correll in Tuba City, Arizona. 6 pages.
1960
No. 659
Mrs. Dan Tauchin
Land Claims, background, headmen, Fort Sumner, slaves. Interviewed and recorded by J. L. Correll in Tuba City, Arizona. 9 pages.
1960
No. 660
Billy Sawyer, Navajo
Land Claims, background, Fort Sumner, headmen, customs. Interviewed and recorded by J. L. Correll in Tuba City, Arizona. 11 pages.
1960
No. 661
Charlie Begay, Navajo
Land Claims, background, headmen. Interviewed and recorded by A. Williams in Kayenta, Utah. 4 pages.
1961
No. 662
Leslie Moore, Navajo
Land Claims, background, headmen, customs. Interviewed and recorded by J. L. Correll in Cameron, Arizona. 5 pages.
1960
No. 663
Asdzaan Hoonagahni, Navajo
Land Claims, background, headmen. Interviewed and recorded by J. L. Correll in Tuba City, Arizona. 4 pages.
1961
No. 664
Bijaad Nt'zaazi Biye, Navajo
Land claims, background, headmen. Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll in Kayenta, Arizona. 3 pages.
1961
No. 665
John Lee Simpson, Navajo
Land claims, background, headmen, customs. Interviewed and recorded by A. Williams in Kayenta, Arizona. 3 pages.
1960
No. 666
Nii'yazhi "John Ketsole," Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. Interviewed and recorded by Aubrey Williams and Bernadine Whitegoat in Kayenta, Arizona. 4 pages.
1961
No. 667
Cecil Parrish-Hastin Shantoh, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. Interviewed and recorded by Aubrey Williams and Deswood Bradley in Kayenta, Arizona. 4 pages.
1961
No. 668
Billy Holiday-Hastiin Billy, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. Interviewed and recorded by Aubrey Williams and Frank Bradley in Farmington, New Mexico. 4 pages.
1961
No. 669
Berg Sullivan "Haawoohi Biye," Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. Interviewed and recorded by J. L. Correll and A. Williams in Kayenta, Arizona. 3 pages.
1961
No. 670
Dan Schenally, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll and Frank Bradley, Sr. in Kayenta, Arizona. 1 page.
1961
No. 671a
Dell Parrish, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll and Frank Bradley, Sr. in Kayenta, Arizona. No transcript.
1961
No. 671b
Hattie Nepah, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll and Frank Bradley, Sr. in Kayenta, Arizona. 5 pages.
1961
No. 672
Hastiin Clau, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll and Deswood Bradley in Kayenta, Arizona. 5 pages.
1961
No. 673
Nunuche Enote, Zuni
Clothes, shelters, food, farming, Zuni-Navajo-Apache relations, transportation, epidemics, tribal morals, famines. Interviewed and recorded by D. Corydon Hammond and Gloria Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. 19 pages.
1968
No. 674
Friday Kinlicheeny, Navajo
Background, traders, leaders, tribal government, superintendnets, Christianity, missionaries. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and David M. Brugge. 46 pages.
1970

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Container(s): Box 19

Container(s) Description Dates
box
19
item
No. 675
Thurman Wolf, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Sharon Galassi, D. M. Brugge, and P. Durwood in Riverside, Utah. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 676
Joe Tippicanoe
Background, Fort Sumner, traders, the Hubbell family. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester, and D. M. Brugge in Ganado, Arizona. Translation by Benjamin Lee. 12 pages, 9 pages.
9/3/70
No. 677
Mrs. Yazzie Holms, Navajo
Background, education, ancestry, marriage, traders, the Hubbell family, arts and crafts, livestock, Fort Sumner, artists, personal names. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester, and D. Brugge about seven miles from Ganado. 67 pages.
1971
No. 678
Marie Curley, Navajo
Background and education, weaving, medicine men, artists, burials, tribal council, traders, Hubbell family, livestock and livestock reduction, names, Fort Sumner. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester, and D. Brugge. 44 pages.
1970
No. 679
Amos Johnson, Navajo
Witchcraft and sorcery, the killing of Man Shoulders. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester, and David Brugge. 42 pages.
1970
No. 680
Martin Link, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Director of the Navajo Tribal Museum. Background and education, land claims, parks and recreation, tribal museum and zoo, religion, sacred animals, stock reduction, tribal fair. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester in Gallup, New Mexico. 57 pages.
1970
No. 681
Frank Lefty, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission Hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. 3 pages.
1961
No. 682
Curley Tso
Native American Land Claims Commission Hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. 3 pages.
1961
No. 683
Joe Attakai, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission Hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. 3 pages.
1961
No. 684
Clara Attakai, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission Hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. 3 pages.
1961
No. 685
Bucko Haycock, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission Hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. 2 pages.
1961
No. 686
Frank Pierce, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission Hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. 2 pages.
1961
687a
White Sheep, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission Hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. 3 pages. Statement recorded by Richard F. Van Valkenburgh southwest of Dennehotso, Arizona. 4 pages.
1961
No. 687b
White Sheep, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. the United States of America - Docket 229.
1961
No. 746a
Slow Horse, Navajo
An interview by Correll and Wolf, interpreted by Maxwell Yazzie, at Window Rock, Arizona. Background and lineage, construction of hogans and sweathouses. 38 pages. [This interview was bound out of sequence, see box 20 for No. 746b]
1961
688a
Slim Salt, Navajo
Construction of and living in hogans. Interviewed by J. Lee Correll and Walter Wolf at Window Rock, Arizona. 6 pages.
1961
No. 688b
Slim Salt, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission Hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. 3 pages.
1961
No. 689
Paul Goodman, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. Interviewed and recorded by D. M. Brugge. 4 pages.
1961
No. 690
Harvey Black, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. the United States of America - Docket 229. Interviewed and recorded by D. M. Brugge in Kayenta, Arizona. 3 pages.
1961
No. 691
Dave Holiday, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. the United States of America - Docket 229. Recorded by David M. Brugge and Bernadine Whitegoat in Kayenta, Arizona. 4 pages.
1961
No. 692
Ina Attakai, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by David M. Brugge and Bernadine Whitegoat in Kayenta, Arizona. 3 pages.
1961
No. 693
Hastiin Whooshni "Mr. Trader," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Bernadine Whitegoat in Kayenta, Arizona. 3 pages.
1961
No. 694
Pat Shortfinger, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by David M. Brugge and Maxwell Yazzie in Copper Mine, Arizona. 4 pages.
1961
No. 695
Yellow Lefthand, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by David M. Brugge and Maxwell Yazzie in Copper Mine, Arizona. 5 pages.
1961
No. 696
Maggie Lefthand, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by David M. Brugge and Maxwell Yazzie in Copper Mine, Arizona. 2 pages.
1961
No. 697
Biliin Tlishini "Black Horse," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Copper Mine, Arizona. 4 pages.
1961
No. 698
George Stevens, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Copper Mine, Arizona. 3 pages.
1961
No. 699
Tall Whiskers, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Copper Mine, Arizona. 3 pages.
1961
No. 700
Faye Lane Martin, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Copper Mine, Arizona. 2 pages.
1961
No. 701
Arlene Nez-Asdzaan Bahi, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Paul Talker in Copper Mine, Arizona. 2 pages.
1961
No. 702
John Samson "Yazhi," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Copper Mine, Arizona. 4 pages.
1961
No. 703
Desbaa' "Warrior Woman," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Aneth, Utah. 4 pages.
1961
No. 704
Kit'siili "Old Ruins," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Aneth, Utah. 4 pages.
1961
No. 705
Tsegi'niitsoh, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Aneth, Utah. 2 pages.
1961
No. 706
Hastiin Nez Begay, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 707
Jim Harvey, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 708
Lucy Harvey, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Aneth, Utah. 4 pages.
1961
No. 709
John Hart and John Rockwell, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 710
Mary Bitisili "Old Lady Sweet Water," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Aneth, Utah. 4 pages. Also includes a statement taken at a Squaw Dance held for her sick brother. 11 pages.
1961
No. 711
Gene Hatatley "Yellow Hat," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 712
Paul Jones, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 713
Little Wagon, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 714
Sam Kinichiini, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 715
Little Wagon's Wife, Navajo
Native American Land Claims Commission Hearings in the Navajo Tribe vs. The United States of America - Docket 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Aneth, Utah. 2 pages.
1961

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Container(s): Box 20

Container(s) Description Dates
box
20
item
No. 716
Ben Nakaidine, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 717
Tom Beletso, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 718
Slim Todescheene, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 719
Naatoni Bitsi Sleepy, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 720
Mary Whitehorse, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 721
Benny Claw, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 722
Mary Jelly, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 25 pages.
1961
No. 723
Eddie Nakai, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 5 pages.
1961
No. 724
Louis Mitchell, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 725
Suzy Lee "Keh-ha-na-pah," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 726
Louise Big Mouth, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 2 pages.
1961
No. 727
Joe John Tsi'naajiini, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 2 pages.
1961
No. 728
Charlie Boy
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 729
Atsitty Atsosie Begay, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 730
Bill Jones "Yoo'ootsosii",Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 731
Nakai Asdzaan "Mexican Woman," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 732
Hastiin Sneak, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 733
Scotty Jones, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 734
Old Man Bob "Hastiin Tobitisutizi," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 5 pages.
1961
No. 735
Haakeh Nezin "Ashley Navajo," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 736
Daaghaa Tso Biue' "Mustache Boy," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 737
Hastiin Toh Tizhini Bitsi "Granddaughter of Black Water," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 738
Daniel Nakaidine'e "Knott Nakaidine'e Beyi'," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 739
Anderson Can't See, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 2 pages.
1961
No. 740
Sally Draper Bailey, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 7 pages.
1961
No. 741
Clyde Peshlakai, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 16 pages. General Statement, 13 pages.
1961
No. 742
Alvin Tsi'naajini, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 743
Hastiin Bitsi Ligai" White Hair," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 4 pages.
1961
No. 744
Hastiin Binaalibahi "Gray Eyes," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 745
Jack Slowtalker "Dohaaltahi," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 6 pages.
1961
No. 746b
Bilin Dodijaadi "Slow Horse," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages. [A related interview was bound out of sequence, see box 19 for No. 746a]
1961
No. 747
Naol Nishi, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 4 pages.
1961
No. 748
Hastiin Mark, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 7 pages.
1961
No. 749
Roger George "Hastiin Tsoh," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 750
Joe Williams, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 3 pages.
1961
No. 751
Asdzaan Kinlichiini Thompson, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Aneth, Utah. 5 pages.
1961
No. 752
Dine Till, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Winslow, Arizona. 2 pages.
1961
No. 753
Tsi'naajiini Yazhi, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Winslow, Arizona. 4 pages.
1961
No. 754
Charley Begay
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by J. Lee Correll and Maxwell Yazzie in Tuba City, Arizona. 16 pages.
1960
No. 755
John Walker, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams in Gray Mountain, Arizona. 9 pages.
1961
No. 756
Daaghaa' Ts'oosi "Slim Whiskers," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Gray Mountain, Arizona. 4 pages.
1961
No. 757
Ethel Robbins, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Gray Mountain, Arizona. 4 pages.
1961
No. 758
Lillian Jones, Asdzaan Nez, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Gray Mountain, Arizona. 4 pages.
1961
No. 759
Elva Lee, Asdzaan Ts'oosi, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by A. Williams in Gray Mountain, Arizona. 4 pages.
1961
No. 760
Ashiihi Lichii Bitsil, "Inez Neschii," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams in Navajo Mountain, Utah. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 2 pages.
1961
No. 761
Baa' Yazhi "Little Warrior Woman," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams in Navajo Mountain, Utah. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 4 pages.
1961
No. 762
Ashiihi Nez "Tall Salt," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams in Navajo Mountain, Utah. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 3 pages.
1961
No. 763
Tse'yitni Yazhi Biye' "Old Man Small Canyon," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams in Navajo Mountain, Utah. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 3 pages.
1961
No. 764
Aggie Endischee Smallcanyon, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams in Navajo Mountain, Utah. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 3 pages.
1961
No. 765
Si Hicks "Deschiini Biye'," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams in Navajo Mountain, Utah. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 3 pages.
1961
No. 766
Mabel Navajo "Asdzaan Hooyani," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams in Navajo Mountain, Utah. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 3 pages.
1961
No. 767
Asdzaan Chii'i May Tallman
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams in Navajo Mountain, Utah. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 3 pages.
1961
No. 768
Paul Tallman, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams in Navajo Mountain, Utah. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 4 pages.
1961
No. 769
Tom Lefty, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by David M. Brugge in Navajo Mountain, Utah. Translated by Paul H. Talker. 4 pages.
1961
No. 770
John Lowe, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams at Inscription House, Arizona. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 4 pages.
1961
No. 771
Hastiin Nez Biye', Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams at Inscription House, Arizona. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 3 pages.
1961
No. 772
Hastiin Liinlikai "White Horse Man," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams at Inscription House, Arizona. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 2 pages.
1961
No. 773
Millie Luther, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams at Inscription House, Arizona. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 2 pages.
1961
No. 774
George Garcia "Dagaa Yassie," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by David M. Brugge at Window Rock, Arizona. 10 pages.
1961
No. 775
Willeto Jesus Arviso, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by David M. Brugge at Window Rock, Arizona. Translated by Carl Beyale. 4 pages.
1961
No. 776
Incly Begay, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by David M. Brugge at Window Rock, Arizona. Translated by Carl Beyale. 14 pages.
1961
No. 777
Ben Curley, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by J. Lee Correll at Window Rock, Arizona. Translated by Maxwell Yazzie. 3 pages.
1960
No. 778
Bitsi Chilly Begay, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by J. Lee Correll at Window Rock, Arizona. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 3 pages.
1960
No. 779
Mrs. Billy Sawyer, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by David M. Brugge at Tuba City, Arizona. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 3 pages.
1960
No. 780
Mary Slim Whiskers, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by Aubrey Williams at Tuba City, Arizona. Translated by Maxwell Yazzie. 3 pages.
1961
No. 781
Ruth W. Talker, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by David M. Brugge at Tuba City, Arizona. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 3 pages.
1960
No. 782
John Daw "Silaao Tsoh," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by David M. Brugge at Red Lake, Arizona. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 4 pages.
1960
No. 783
Daaghaa' Ntsaazii "Large Whiskers," Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by David M. Brugge at Cameron, Arizona. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 4 pages.
1960
No. 784
Manson C. Yazzie, Navajo
Affidavit, Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Recorded by David M. Brugge at Page, Arizona. Translated by Bernadine Whitegoat. 6 pages.
1961

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Container(s): Box 21

Container(s) Description Dates
box
21
item
No. 785
Dr. Ruth Underhill and Editha Watson, Non-Indian
Background, military service, anthropologists, sacred places, traditions, health care, Papago experiences, medicine, Hopi clan rocks, Tuba City, history. Interviewed by John D. Sylvester, and Dr. C. Gregory Crampton in Mentmore, New Mexico. 57 pages.
1970
No. 786
Editha Watson, Non-Indian
Background, health, humor, marriage, clans, "blessing way" ceremony, sand painting, moving making, taboos, death, Fort Defiance cemetery, burial, traders, peyote, Christianity, LDS church, ruins at Steamboat Springs and Hawikuh, witchcraft, skin walkers. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester. 99 pages.
1970
No. 787
Editha Watson, Non-Indian
Witchcraft, skin walkers, burial, divorce, polygamy, alcohol, medicine, lightning, childbirth, bathing, food, language, land claims, names, education, legends, sacred places, ceremonies, cosmetics, orinins. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester in Mentmore, New Mexico. 52 pages.
1970
No. 788
Editha Watson, Non-Indian
Marriage, medicine, health care, witchcraft, ceremonies, names. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester in Mentmore, New Mexico. 47 pages.
1970
No. 789
Shirley Reed, Ute
Ute Legends. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Roosevelt, Utah. 3 pages.
1970
No. 790
Hazel Wardel, Non-Native
Background, Sun Dance, Bear Dance, peyote, games, Ghose Dance, Tea Dance, customs, Community Action Program. Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Fort Duchesne, Utah. 9 pages.
1970
No. 791
Clara Lee Tanner, Navajo
Navajo Art, a speech recorded for the Navajo Tribal Museum Collection. 38 pages.
1969
No. 792
Unknown Informant, Navajo
Leaders, Chee Dodge, enemies, ceremonies. Recorded for the Navajo Tribal Museum Collection. 17 pages.
No. 793a
Dr. Beham, Non-Indian
Language, identity, food, government. Speech given at the Navajo Tribal Museum. 21 pages.
1970
No. 793b
Bill Baced, Non-Indian
Geological talk given at Window Rock, Arizona. 26 pages.
1970
No. 794
Ambrose Roanhorse, Navajo
Lecture by Roanhorse, an artist and silversmith. Recorded for the Navajo Tribal Museum Collection. 31 pages.
No. 795
David Brugge and Richard Heuly
David M. Brugge discusses Navajo history and Dr. Richard Heuly discusses Paleo-Biology. Recorded for the Navajo Tribal Museum Collection.23 pages.
No. 796
Editha Watson, Non-Indian
Navajo Sacred Places, Sixth annual Navajo science fair. Recorded for the Navajo Tribal Museum Collection.31 pages.
1968
No. 797
Dr. Savard, Non-Indian
Culture, alcohol, concept of time, competitiveness, marriage, identity, acculturation. Recorded for the Navajo Tribal Museum Collection. 67 pages.
No. 798
Benjamin Lee, Navajo
Background, acculturation, clans, children and foster homes, education, discrimination, language. Interviewed and recorded by Helen Hadley in Salt Lake City, Utah. 14 pages.
1972
No. 799
Martin Link, Navajo
The story of "Ancient Man." Recorded for the Navajo Tribal Collection. 24 pages.
No. 800
Ernie Bulow, Navajo
Tales of dog, coyote, porcupine, beaver, prairie dog people, creation. Recorded for the Navajo Tribal Museum Collection. 28 pages.
No. 801
Robert Young, Navajo
Religion. Recorded for the Navajo Tribal Museum Collection. 31 pages.
1970

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Container(s): Box 22

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22
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No. 802
Father Emanuel Trockur, Non-Native associated with Navajo
BIA superintendents, education, traders, the Babbit brothers, tribal government, allotments, John Collier (BIA Commissioner), and land. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester at St. Michaels, Arizona. 53 pages.
1970
No. 803
Fort Lewis Cultural Institute
Speakers for the (Monday) session were Ernest Lovato of the Santa Domingo Pueblo and Wendell Chino, a Mescalero Apache. Sam Mackey and Bob Warner also participate. Topic is cultural conflict and education. Recorded by John D. Sylvester. 40 pages.
1970
No. 804
Bay Area Native American Council
Statement of aims and policies and list of constituent organizations. 5 pages.
No. 805
Fort Lewis Cultural Institute
James Tomichi and Samuel Nesh Kai (Navajo) speak at this session. Recorded by John D. Sylvester. 23 pages.
1970
No. 806
Benjamin Lee, Navajo
Lee, who works for the Center for Studies of the American West, descrdibes his background and clan affiliation and recalls his childhood. Other topics include migrant labor, trial government, sacred places, medicine men, health, education, traditions, storytelling, religion, reservations, relocation, alcohol, and militancy. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester in Salt Lake City, Utah. 63 pages.
1972
No. 807
Manuelito Castillo "Tsetaa," Navajo
Background and clan affiliation, medicine man, ancestry, Fort Sumner, headmen, hunting, hogans, agriculture. Interviewed and recorded by Walter Wolf at Window Rock, Arizona. Translated by Benjamin Lee. 65 pages.
1961
No. 808a
Mariano Herrergo
Deposition for the Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe vs. United States of America, Dockett 229. Recorded by Walter Wolf and Carl Beyale at Window Rock, Arizona. 6, 13, and 3 pages.
1961
No. 808b
Tsi-lao Tsosi "Mariano," Navajo
Background and clan affiliation, medicine men, land claims, ancestry, Fort Sumner, Fort Wingate, leaders, hogans, and Navajo relations with the Ute, Pueblo, and Apache. Interviewed and recorded by Walter Wolf and Maxwell Yazzi at Window Rock, Arizona. 62 pages.
1961
No. 809
Manuelito Begay, Navajo
Background and clan affiliation, land and shelter, medicine men, ancestry, headmen, Fort Sumner, hunting, Ute raids. Interviewed and recorded by Walter Wolf, Bernadine Whitegoat and Benjamin Lee at Window Rock, Arizona. 73 pages.
1961
No. 810
Di-ne Tsosi "Yellowman," Navajo
Background and clan affiliation, land and shelter, medicine man, ancestry, headmen, Hopis, mescal. Interviewed and recorded by Walter Wolf and J. Lee Correll at Window Rock, Arizona. 62 pages.
1961
No. 811
Asdsa Li-chee'i Bitsui, Navajo
Background and clan affiliation, land and ancestry, Fort Sumner, enemies, leaders, food, mescal. Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll and Walter Wolf at Window Rock, Arizona. 59 pages.
1961
No. 812
Big Eyes, Navajo
Background and clan affiliation, land, ancestry, headmen, food, hogans. Interviewed and recorded by Walter Wolf and J. Lee Correll at Window Rock, Arizona. 35 pages.
1961
No. 813
Cecil Navajo, Navajo
Background and clan affiliation, land claims, ancestry, leaders, food, enemies. Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll and Walter Wolf. Interpreter, Maxwell Yassie. Translator, Benjamin Lee. 62 pages.
1961

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Container(s): Box 23

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23
item
No. 814
Cecil Navajo, "Little Silversmith," Navajo
Land claims, ancestry, food, leaders, Eagle hunters. Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll and Walter Wolf. 66 pages.
1961
No. 815
Jim Largo, Navajo
Largo, a medicine man, describes his background and ancestry, and talks about food, livestock, leaders, and land claims. Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll and Walter Wolf at Window Rock, Arizona. 58 pages.
1961
No. 816
Jeff King, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll and Walter Wolf in Window Rock, Arizona. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1961
No. 817
Jack Lewis, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll and David M. Brugge in Window Rock, Arizona. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1961
No. 818
Joe Charley, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll in Window Rock, Arizona. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1961
No. 819
George Nells, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by J. Lee Correll and Walter Wolf in Window Rock, Arizona. Translated by Maxwell Yazzie. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
No. 820
Jose Manuel Chavez, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by David Brugge, J. Lee Correll and Walter Wolf in Window Rock, Arizona. Translated by Maxwell Yazzie and Benjamin Lee. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1961
No. 821
Fransisco Platero, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by David Brugge, J. Lee Correll and Walter Wolf in Window Rock, Arizona. Translated by Benjamim Lee. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1961
No. 822-886
Navajo Land Claims
Joe Clah, Adesbah Spencer, Manuel Pino, Hanabah Ashley, Mary Allen, Jeo Yazzie, Abram Nataan, William Patrick Goodluck, Tom Adakai, Julian Antonio, Glen Hasbah, Asdzaan Nez, Dine Tsoh, Sally Nakaidine'e, Ha Nas Bah, Martina Ashley, Theodore Chester, Jacob Himo, Patricia Garcia, Tom Nakai, May Nakai, Jim Pinto, Yin Nah Bah Pino, Frank Gishe, Navajo George, Black Horse Begay, Dan Pete, Billie Abe, Custer Sims, Charley Bikis, Mrs. Custer Sims, Juanito Platero, Jim Largo, Sidney Philips, Charley Adakai, Yi Ne Bahah, Asdzaan Tohlj, Fred Todicheenie, Short Hair, Henry Lewis, Hastiin Tsoh, Johnson Apachito, Marie Apachito, Juan Apachito, Olson Apachito, Ya Ni Pah Gueno, Casamero Baca, Tomas Ganadonegro, Richard Pino, Miguel Sacatero, Felipe Baca, Dineh Yazzie, Ahii'nas baa', Bahni Yazhi, Hastiin Yazhi, Mary Ration, Atnaazbaa' , Asdzaa Igai Barbone, Dick Cambridge, Yik'id Dayhyle Baa, Fred Lincoln, Charley A. Begay, Hastiin Nez, Tom Billy. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. Interviewed and recorded by David Brugge, J. Lee Correll, and Walter Wolf. Summarized by Benjamin Lee. No transcript made.
1961
No. 887
Tom Billy, Navajo
Background, land claims, ancestry, Fort Sumner, leaders, food. Interviewed and recorded by David Brugge in Window Rock, Arizona. 39 pages.
1961
No. 888-909
Navajo Land Claims
Jose Chavez, Custer Sims, Charley Bikis, Mrs. Custer Sims, Irving Yazhi, Toosani S. Sammel, John Long, Mrs. Ned Plummer, Lupe Piaso; Selafaye Abeita, Mateo Mexicano, Jose Manuel Chavez, Juana Platero, Daniel Chavez, Kich Jii Bah-Alonzo, Abeita Johnson (formerly Delgalro), 'At Chii Ho' Bah - Chavez, Jessie Platero, Durodie Mehgano, Juanita Mexicano, Charley Sandoual, Willie Plaero, Juanita Platero, John John, Francisco Platero, Bessie Chavez, Chester Alonzo, Juan Piasso, Francisco Monte, Lupe Piaso, Selafaye Abeita. Interviewed and recorded by David Brugge, J. Lee Correll, and Walter Wolf at Window Rock, Arizona. Summarized by Benjamin Lee. No transcript made.
1961
No. 910
Joe Toledo Sr., Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by David Brugge in Window Rock, Arizona. Translated by Carl Beyale. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. 3 pages.
1961
No. 911
Sam Lee Littlemen "Black Whiskers," Navajo
Interviewed by Aubrey Williams and Paul H. Talker at Standing Rock, Arizona. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. 3 pages.
1961
No. 912
Dick's Sister, Paiute
Interviewed by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie at Oak Canyon, Arizona. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. 2 pages.
1961
No. 913
George Martin Sr., Navajo
Interviewed by David M. Brugge and Paul Talker at Window Rock, Arizona. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. 4 pages.
1961
No. 914
Mandy Clark or Asdzaan Yoontside "Big Round Woman," Navajo
Interviewed by Aubrey Williams and Bernadine Whitegoat at Nakai Canyon, Arizona. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. 3 pages.
1961
No. 915
Elva Fat, Navajo
Interviewed by Aubrey Williams and Bernadine Whitegoat at Nakai Canyon, Arizona. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. 3 pages.
1961
No. 916
Jim Mike, Ute
Interviewed by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Blanding, Utah. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. 3 pages.
1961
No. 917
Slim Elktsosie, Navajo
Interviewed by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in the vicinity of Navajo Mountain, Utah. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. 3 pages.
1961
No. 918
Martha Fisher, Navajo
Interviewed by David M. Brugge and Paul H. Talker in Kayenta, Arizona. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. 4 pages.
1961
No. 919
Bit'iis Biye' Old Tree, Navajo
Interviewed by Aubrey Williams and Maxwell Yazzie in Blanding, Utah. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. 2 pages.
1961
No. 920
Dineh Ligai Bitsily, Navajo
Interviewed by J. Lee Correll and Maxwell Yazzie at Window Rock, Arizona. Part of the Land Claims Commission hearing in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. the United States of America, Docket No. 229. 4 pages.
1960
No. 921
Thomas E. Glass, Non-Native
Education and problems faced by urban Indians in Detroit, Michigan. Interviewed by C. Gregory Crampton in Salt Lake City, Utah. 25 pages.
1970
No. 922
Daisey Astor, Paiute
Background, food, coming of the white man, names, Paiute-Pit Rivers relations, language, trade, famine, religion, leaders. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil, Nellie Harnar, and John D. Sylvester in Wadsworth, Nevada. 24 pages.
1970
No. 923
Fern and Priscilla Charley, Urban Navajo
Urbanization of The Native American. Interviewed and recorded by Clare Engle in Santa Ana, California. Transcript not available. Rough draft only.
10/25/70
No. 924
Victor A. Sarracino, Pueblo
Acculturation, religion, employment land, tribal government, culture, education. Speech given at the Fort Lewis Cultural Institute in Durango, Colorado. 13 pages.
1970
No. 925
Maurice McCabe, Navajo
Treasurer of Navajo Tribal Council. Interviewed by Kathy Biel. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 926
Ray Hunt, Non-Indian
Interviewed by Kathy Biel. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 927
Cato Sells, Navajo
Interviewed by Kathy Biel in Fort Defiance, Arizona. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 928
Lynn Lee, Non-Indian
Director of Indian Education, San Juan School District, Utah. Interviewed by Kathy Biel. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 929
Alma Jones, Non-Indian
Prospector. Interviewed by Kathy Biel. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 930
Bruce Shumway, Non-Indian
Director of Family Services, San Juan, County, Utah. Interviewed by Kathy Biel. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 931
DeVar Shumway, Non-Indian
Mine owner and prospector. Interviewed by Kathy Biel. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 932
Harry Sombrero, Navajo
Miner. Interviewed by Kathy Biel. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 933
Michael Benson, Navajo
Interviewed by Kathy Biel in Shiprock, New Mexico. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 934
John Billsie, Navajo
Miner, teacher. Interviewed by Kathy Biel in Westwater Canyon, Utah. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 935
George Holiday, Navajo
Interviewed by Kathy Biel at Goulding's Trading Post, Utah. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 936
Elmer Hurst, Non-Indian
Miner. Interviewed by Kathy Biel and Dorothy Erick in Blanding, Utah. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 937
Ralph Noonan, Non-Indian
Interviewed by Kathy Biel in Blanding, Utah. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 938
Jim Anderson, Navajo
Miner. Interviewed by Kathy Biel in Teec Nos Pos, Arizona. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 939
Eugene Tapahanso, Navajo
Interviewed by Kathy Biel in Shiprock, New Mexico. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 940
Dick Randall, Navajo
Interviewed by Kathy Biel at La Sal Creek, Colorado. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 941
Tony Perkins, Navajo
Miner. Interviewed by Kathy Biel, Jeff Jones, and Milan Paulovich in Blanding, Utah. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 942
Jimmie Garnenez, Navajo
Interviewed by Kathy Biel and Henry Henslick in Shiprock, New Mexico. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 943
Jimmie Manheimer, Navajo
Interviewed by Kathy Biel, Jeff Jones, and Milan Paulovich in Blanding, Utah. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 944
Dan Yazzie, Navajo
Miner. Interviewed by Kathy Biel and Henry Henslick in Mexican Hat, Utah. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 945
Jon Hansen, Non-Indian
Director of Adult Basic Education, San Juan County School District. Interviewed by Kathy Biel in Blanding, Utah. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 946
Billie Joe Begay, Navajo
Miner. Interviewed by Kathy Biel at La Sal Creek, Colorado. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 947
Ned Yazzie, Navajo
Miner. Interviewed by Kathy Biel and Henry Henslick at Cane Valley, Utah. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 948
Henry Black, Navajo
Miner. Interviewed by Kathy Biel at La Sal Creek, Colorado. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 949
Jimmie Singer, Navajo
Miner. Interviewed by Kathy Biel in Westwater Canyon, Utah. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 950
Irene Stuart, Navajo
Background, Canyon de Chelly, education. Interviewed by Sally Pierce Harris at Canyon de Chelly. 7 pages.
1970
No. 951
Mr. and Mrs. Price Wayt, Non-Indian
Retired store owners. Background and education, leaders, Indian-Government relations, BIA agents, burials, John Taylor, crime on reservations. Interviewed by Floyd O'Neil and Gregory Thompson in Durango, Colorado. 37 pages.
1970
No. 952
Philip Johnston, Non-Indian
"The Adventures of Tuchene Teeel," "A Fair Trade in a Trading Post," "The Boy Who Slept with One Eye Open," "Two Roads," "The Wayward Husband," "Hunting with the Navajo," "An Interview with President Theodore Roosevelt," and "Operation Haircut." 50 pages.
1970

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Container(s): Box 24

Container(s) Description Dates
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24
item
No. 953
Philip Johnston, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
John D. Sylvester reading three stories published by Philip Johnston. "Indian Jargon Won Our Battles" is about the Navajo Code Talkers. Also featured are "Tales from a Navajo Trading Post" and "Christmas Barrel." 44 pages.
1970
No. 954
Philip Johnston, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Background, Christianity, missionaries, land, trading posts, language, education, military service, employment, living near the Navajo lands, code-talkers. Recorded in Flagstaff, Arizona, by John Sylvester. 67 pages.
1970
No. 955
Jimmy and Ida Mae Yazzie, Navajo
A Legend, "The Mexicans Who Cried." Names, clans, employment, health, welfare. Recorded by Gary Shumway at the Cove area near Red Rock. 27 pages.
1968
No. 956
Maggie Holgate, Navajo
Storytelling, Fort Sumner, food, animals, customs, clothing, marriage. Recorded at Navajo Mountain Trading Post. 17 pages.
1968
No. 957
Grey Eyes, Navajo
Legend and religion. Interviewed by Irene Stuart and David Gorman at Canyon De Chelly. Translation by Benjamin Lee. 13 pages.
1968
No. 958
Harry Price, Tonabah, Navajo
Canyon De Chelly, animals. Interviewed by Sallie Pierce Harris at Canyon De Chelly. Translation by Benjamin Lee. 7 pages.
1965
No. 959
Grandma Benally, Navajo
Canyon De Chelly project, traditions, ancestry, childbirth. Interviewed by Sallie Pierce Harris and Louise Benally at Canyon de Chelly. Translated by Benjamin Lee. 17 pages.
1968
No. 960
Irene Stuart, Navajo
Childhood, education. Interviewed by Sallie Pierce Harris at Canyon De Chelly. Translation by Benjamin Lee. 4 pages.
1965
No. 961
Frank Mitchell, Navajo
Canyon De Chelly, Pueblo revolt, enemies, renegades. Interviewed by Sallie Pierce Harris at Canyon De Chelly. Translation by Irene Stuart. 11 pages.
1964
No. 962-963
Harry Price and Grandma Benally, Navajo
Fort Sumner, food, livestock, leaders. 37 pages. Fort Sumner, Squaw Dance, livestock, food, traditions. 33 pages. Interviewed by Sallie Pierce Harris at Canyon De Chelly. Translation by Benjamin Lee.
1964
No. 964
Grey Eyes, Navajo
Legends of Asdsah Ghoh-in (Lady Teeth), Massacre Cave, and Hus-tui. Interviewed by Sallie Pierce Harris and Irene Stuart at Canyon de Chelly. Translated by Benjamin Lee. 24 pages.
1965
No. 965
Frank Mitchell, Navajo
Background, enemies, Fort Defiance, Canyon de Chelly, Canyon del Muerto. Interviewed by Sally Pierce Harris at Canyon de Chelly, Arizona. Translated by Benjamin Lee and Dave Gorman. 32 pages.
1965
No. 966
Grey Eyes, Navajo
Canyon de Chelly, enemies, agriculture, the long walk, creation legend. Interviewed by Sallie Pierce Harris at Canyon de Chelly, Arizona. Translated by Benjamin Lee and Irene Stuart. 25 pages.
1965
No. 967
Frank Mitchell, Navajo
Enemies and legends. Interviewed by Sallie Pierce Harris and Irene Stuart at Canyon de Chelly. Translated by Benjamin Lee. 22 pages.
1965
No. 968
T'a-ni-bah, Navajo
Canyon De Chelly. Interviewed by Sallie Pierce Harris at Canyon de Chelly. Translated by Benjamin Lee. 15 pages.
1965
No. 969
Joe Cap, Navajo
Childhood, ceremonies, Christianity, Fort Sumner, livestock reduction, marriage, agriculture, welfare, ancestry. Interviewed by Gary Shumway at Shiprock, New Mexico. 25 pages.
1968
No. 970
Grandma Johnson, Navajo
Alcohol, food, clothing, livestock, pottery, coming of the white man, transportation, weaving, ceremonies, John Collier, childhood. Interviewed by Clyde Benally in Durango, Colorado. 20 pages.
1970
No. 971
Grandma Benally and Joe Brown, Navajo
Enemies, food, Anasazi ruins, Canyon de Chelly. Interviewed by Sally Pierce Harris at Canyon de Chelly, Arizona. 16 pages.
1965
Reel
No. 972
Grandma Benally, Navajo
Place names, migration, rations, trail, death of a young boy, death of Asdsa Gu-ni (woman, Navajo-Zuni relations, bear, recreation, paintings, background. Interviewed by Sallie Pierce Harris and Irene Stuart at Canyon de Chelly. Translated by Benjamin Lee. 23 pages.
1964
item
No. 973
Grandma Benally and Harry Price, Navajo
Fort Sumner, livestock, enemies, food. Interviewed at Canyon De Chelly by Sally Pierce Harris and Irene Stuart. 17 pages.
1964
No. 974
Phyllis DeLos Santos, Urban
Background, reservations, discrimination, acculturation, militancy, education. Interviewed and recorded by Clare Engle at the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Riverside, California. 24 pages.
1970
No. 975
Frank L. Haggerty Jr., Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Tribal operations officer for the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Interviewed and recorded by Clare Engle in Riverside, California. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 976-No. 977
Ron Pinkham, Nez Perce
Chief Joseph and the treaty of 1855, education in history, Christianity, reservation life, relocation program, family problems, report on alcoholism, scholarships for college, Indian and Christian religion, scholarships and grants. Interviewed and recorded by Clare Engle in Santa Ana, California. No transcript available. Rough draft only.
1970
No. 978
Cecelia Charley, Navajo
Interviewed by Clare Engle as part of the Urbanization of the American Indian Oral History Project. 22 pages.
1970
No. 979
Miriam Sheddon, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Clare Engle in Fullerton, California. Transcript not available.
1970

Interviews 980-1005Return to Top

Container(s): Box 25

Container(s) Description Dates
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25
item
No. 980
Tony Stoliby
Tribal operations officer for the BIA. Interviewed and recorded by Clare Engle at the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Riverside, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 981
Mary Shangreau
Mary Shangreau is a realty Specialist through the Bureau of Indian Affairs. She discusses issues concerning the Urbanization of the Native American. Interviewed and recorded by Clare Engle in Riverside, California. Transcript not available. Rough draft only.
1970
No. 982
Danny Scott, Creek and Cherokee
Background, employment, Christianity, ceremonials, education, acculturation, welfare, identity, discrimination, alcohol, militancy. Interviewed and recorded by Kathy Biel. 71 pages.
1970
No. 983
Dennis Clah, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Kathy Biel in Riverside, California. Draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 984
John and Lois Knifechief, Pawnee
Background, reservations, relocation, employment, discrimination, oral history, traditions, religion, language, education, BIA, politics, Indian Center, health care, urbanization, values, coming of the Spanish, tribal government, alcohol, militancy. John is President of the Orange County Indian Center. Interviewed and recorded by Clare Engle in Stanton, California. 99 pages.
1970
No. 985
Fern Charley, Navajo
Background and education, identity, language, reservatoin, peyote, witchcraft, skinwalkers. Interviewed and recorded by Gary Shumway at the Fullerton History Offices of California State College. 43 pages.
1970
No. 986
Sam A. Pinto, Navajo
Background and education, customs, medicine men, health care, clans, Christianity, LDS religion, employment, relocation, Orange County Indian Center, militancy, language, culture, discrimination, identity, art, finances, values. Interviewed and recorded by Clare Engle in Santa Ana, California. 73 pages.
1970
No. 987
Philip Hubbell
Speech before Albuquerque Historical Society. Taped by Jean Swearingen. Transcript not available.
1969
No. 988
Stephen S. Jones Jr., Santee-Sioux
Background, Sioux Massacre, Christianity, education, discrimination, military service, employment, traditions, religion, acculturation, peyote, relocation, health care, politics, BIA, militancy. Interviewed by Clare Engle in Santa Ana, California. 86 pages.
1970
No. 989
Philip Johnston, Non-Indian
"The Bravest Man I Ever Knew." 16 pages.
1970
No. 990
Christmas Ceremonies at Acoma Pueblo
Christmas ceremonies at the Acoma Pueblo. Mostly music, chants, and dances. Explanatory comments by Dr. Ward Alan Minge and Joe Ray. 48 pages.
1970
No. 991
Bennett
Summary of an interview in Lower Nutria, New Mexico, by Julie Raat and Richard Hart. 3 pages.
1971
No. 992
Lulu Brock, Natheline Santio, Conrad Reed,and Marietta Reed, Northern Ute
Interviewed and recorded by Norma Denver in Roosevelt, Utah. Transcript not available only the audio recording.
1971
No. 993
Alez Seotewa, Zuni
Paintings, architecture, ceremonies, religion, Catholicism, background. Interviewed by C. Gregory Crampton and E. Richard Hart in Zuni, New Mexico. 18 pages.
1971
No. 994
Katie and Sam Poblano, Zuni
Interviewed by Richard Hart in Zuni, New Mexico. No transcript.
1971
No. 995
B.J Vanderwagen, Non-Indian
Witchcraft, tribal government, transvestites, traditions, Shalako, arts and crafts, agriculture. Interviewed by Richard Hart. 18 pages.
1971
No. 996
Sam Poblano, Zuni
Interviewed and recorded by Dr. Gregory C. Crampton at Zuni, New Mexico. Also present were Julie Raat and Richard Hart. No transcript available.
1971
No. 997
Unknown Singer
Navajo songs originally recorded about 1914. Re-recorded by David M. Brugge. No transcript.
1969
No. 998
Jimmie Kewanwytewa, Hopi
Identification of photographs. Recorded by Barton Wright and Carol Ferguson. No transcript available.
1966
No. 999
Anthony Purley, Urban
UCLA Indian Culture Center. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd O'Neil Kathy Mackay in Los Angeles, California. 9 pages.
1971
No. 1000
Clarence Turner, Paiute
Interviewed and recorded by Tom Joseph in Owen's Valley, California. Josephine Cromwell, interpreter. 5 pages.
1971
No. 1001
Reginald Elgin, Urban
Intertribal Council. Interviewed by Floyd O'Neil in Sacramento, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1002
Katheleen Koskela, Urban
Native American Studies committee, University of Santa Cruz. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Santa Cruz, California. Transcript copy of rough draft. 7 pages.
1971
No. 1003
Don Patterson
Indian Center, police, alcohol, education, BIA, acculturation. Native American Center of San Francisco. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in San Francisco, California. 13 pages.
1971
No. 1004
Emmett St. Marie, Urban
Reservations, health, education, BIA, police, language, Intertribal Council of California, agriculture. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Banning, California. 25 pages.
1971
No. 1005
Sanford Smith, Urban Ute
Background, legal problems, politics, Pan-Indianism, police. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil on the UCLA campus in Los Angeles, California. 11 pages.
1971

Interviews 1006-1037Return to Top

Container(s): Box 26

Container(s) Description Dates
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26
item
No. 1006
Monroe Price, Urban
Becoming involved in Indian legal matters, the California Indian Legal Services, UCLA, water rights, Indian students in law school.Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Los Angeles, California. 15 pages.
1971
No. 1007a
Alverto Carrth, Urban
Alcohol, spirituality, adjusting to white society, the Indian Welcome Center, Christianity, and missionaries. Interview recorded in Los Angeles, California, by Floyd O'Neil. 10 pages.
1971
No. 1007b
Richard M. Johnson, Urban Sioux
Indian Welcome Center, adjusting to white society, the future of the Indian peoples. Recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Los Angeles, California. 9 pages.
1971
No. 1008
Dave Lester
The history and mission of the Urban Indian Development Association (UIDA). Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Kathy MacKay in Los Angeles, California. 25 pages.
1971
No. 1009
Joseph C. Vasquez, Urban
Native American Center of Los Angeles. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Kathy Mackay in Los Angeles, California. 21 pages.
1971
No. 1010
Elizabeth Sperline, Urban Cherokee
Californian Native American Education Assessment. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Tom Joseph in Los Anglees, California. 10 pages.
1971
No. 1011
Jim Olquin
Personal history, the Economic Youth Opportunity Act (EYOP), alcohol, the Los Angeles Indian Center, and pan-Indianism. Interviewed and recorded by Jim Olquin in Los Angeles, California. 14 pages.
1971
No. 1012
Ted Boles, Urban Kickapoo-Potawatomi
The Native American Free Clinic, discrimination, pan-Indianism, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA). Interviewed and recorded by Jack Allen and Kathryn MacKay in California. 9 pages.
1971
No. 1013
Glen Whitman, Urban
Whitman, the director of the Native American Center of San Jose, California, talks about the center, education, relocation, and militancy. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in San Jose, California. 18 pages.
1971
No. 1014
Robert Overacker, Urban
Rough draft only. Transcript not available. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd O'Neil in San Francisco.
1971
No. 1015
David Risling, Urban
The California Indian Education Association. Interviewed and recorded by Greg Thompson and Kathryn MacKay. Transcript is of a summary of the interview by Greg Thompson. 11 pages.
1971
No. 1016
Dan Bomberry, Urban Cayoga
Personal background, discrimination, the Educational Opportunity Program, Christianity, the LDS church, religion, reservations, education, the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown at Cal State in Long Beach, California. 29 pages.
1970
No. 1017
Katherine Siva Saubel, Urban
Personal background, the education system, termination, tribalism, reservations, agriculture, urbanization, the California Indian Education Association, militancy, discrimination, and anthropology. Interviewed and recorded by Kathy Biel in Banning, California. 34 pages.
1970
No. 1018
Emmett St. Marie, Urban
Rough draft only. Transcript not available. Interviewed and recorded by Kathy Biel on the Morongo Reservation in California. 39 pages.
1970
No. 1019
William Wiley, Urban
Wiley, the director of Indian Education at Riverside City College talks about education, religion, the BIA, scholarships, alcohol, and the pilot program he manages. Interviewed and recorded by Kathy Biel in Riverside, California. 33 pages.
1970
No. 1020
Madeline Ball, Urban Kawia
Personal background, tree disease and agriculture, reservations, identity, discrimination, education, minorities, the government, and alcohol. Interviewed and recorded by Kathy Biel in Banning, California. 34 pages.
1971
No. 1021
Dan Bomberry, Urban Cayoga
Education, militancy, tribalism, minorities, military service, Blue Lake, politics, and land. Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Long Beach, California. 23 pages.
1970
No. 1022
Hotona Roebuck, Urban
Part of the interviews documenting Native American urbanization. Rough draft only. Transcript not available. Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Long Beach, California.
1970
No. 1023
Hotona Roebuck, Urban
Part of the interviews documenting Native American urbanization.Rough draft only. Transcript not available. Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Long Beach, California.
1970
No. 1024
Dan Bomberry, Urban Cayoga
Takeover of Alcatraz, the Mount Rushmore protest, militancy, education, and identity. Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Long Beach, California. 30 pages.
1971
No. 1025a
Gene Pasqua, Urban
An area coordinator for the Intertribal Council of California, Pasaua discusses business, education, traditions, militancy, land claims, and the council. Recorded by Tom Joseph and Jack Allen at Susanville, California. 25 pages.
1971
No. 1025b
Gene Pasqua and Ike Lief, Urban Pit River Tribe
Recorded conversation about land claims.
1971
No. 1026
Bill Franklin, Urban Mewoc of Ione Area
Dances, anthropologists and their errors, Dr. Kroeber, songs, land, and language. Interviewed and recorded by Jack Allen. 31 pages.
1971
No. 1027
Henry Crow Dog, Lakota Sioux
Personal background, names, religion, education, chiefs, songs, and peyote. Recorded by Anthony Purley in Los Angeles, California. 41 pages.
1971
No. 1028
Stanley D. Lyman, Non-Indian
Lyman, a BIA relocation officer, recalls his background and education and talks about the government, especially the Farm Security Administration. Interviewed and recorded by Kathryn MacKay, Floyd O'Neil, and Greg Thompson in Salt Lake City, Utah. 14 pages.
1971
No. 1029
Stanley D. Lyman, Non-Indian
First impressions of Indians, his career at the BIA, education and relocation. Interviewed and recorded by Kathryn MacKay, Floyd O'Neil, and Greg Thompson in Salt Lake City, Utah. 14 pages.
1971
No. 1030
Stanley D. Lyman, Non-Indian
The migration of War Relocation Authority personnel into the BIA after World War II and preparing Indians for life in urban areas. Interviewed and recorded by Kathryn MacKay, Floyd O'Neil, and Greg Thompson in Salt Lake City, Utah. 13 pages.
1971
No. 1031
Stanley D. Lyman, Non-Indian
Relocation and termination. Interviewed and recorded by Kathryn MacKay, Floyd O'Neil, and Greg Thompson in Salt Lake City, Utah. 11 pages.
1971
No. 1032
George W. Woodward, Urban
Relocated Native Americans. Rough draft only. Transcript not available. Interviewed and recorded by J. Kalpatrick and Gerald Huntley in Oakland, California.
1971
No. 1033
George W. Woodard, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Judith Kilpatrick, Gerald Huntley, and Floyd O'Neil in Oakland, California. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1034
John Jacobs, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Floyd O'Neil in San Francisco, California. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1035
Marie Streeter, Non-Indian
Interviewed and recorded by Floyd O'Neil in San Francisco, California. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1036
Marie Streeter, Non-Indian
Interviewed and recorded by Floyd O'Neil in San Francisco, California. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1037
Mary Tom, Navajo
Personal background, inter-tribal relations, trading posts, stock reduction, alcohol, marriage, religion, child-adult relations, ancestry, the cultural practice of calling family members "the one that I don't see." Interviewed and recorded by Benjamin Lee at the Rock Spring Trading Post. 33 pages.
1971

Interviews 1038-1050Return to Top

Container(s): Box 27

Container(s) Description Dates
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27
item
No. 1038
American Indian Law Students Association
OEO Legal Services Morning Session. Tape recording of the second day's meetings. Education, legal aid, health care, proposed power plants near reservation land on Black Mesa and associated health issues. Recorded by Floyd O'Neil in Denver, Colorado. 82 pages.
1971
No. 1039
American Indian Law Students Association
OEO Legal Services Morning Session. Continuation of item No. 1038. Questions of organizational credibility, fund-raising, Canadian law students, membership roster, specific legal issues. Recorded by Floyd O'Neil in Denver, Colorado. 55 pages.
1971
No. 1040
American Indian Law Students Association
OEO Legal Services Afternoon Session. Elections, organizational matters. Recorded by Floyd O'Neil in Denver, Colorado. 48 pages.
1971
No. 1041
American Indian Law Students Association
OEO Legal Services. Reading of minutes, questions of authority, legislation and lobbying. Recorded by Floyd O'Neil in Denver, Colorado. 37 pages.
1971
No. 1042
Kenneth Yackus, Comanche
Breakdown of blood heritage requirements to be considered a Comanche Indian, Indian Bureau in Oklahoma and the Native American in the Marine Corps. This tape is inaudible and therefore cannot be transcribed. Recorded by Georgie J. Brown in Garden Grove, California.
1970
No. 1043
American Indian Law Students Association
OEO Legal Services. Federal housing programs, legal aid. Recorded by Floyd O'Neil in Denver, Colorado. 42 pages.
1971
No. 1044
American Indian Law Students Association
OEO Legal Services. Legal aid, water, land issues, Fort Lewis College, juvenile law. Recorded by Floyd O'Neil in Denver, Colorado. 77 pages.
1971
No. 1045
Acque, Zuni
Recorded in Zuni, this story of the Zunis and the Apaches was translated by Alvina Quam. 5 pages.
1967
No. 1046
American Indian Law Students Association
OEO Legal Services. Legal aid, tribal government, land claims, BIA, American Law Center, California Indian Legal Services. Recorded by Floyd O'Neil in Denver, Colorado. 71 pages.
1971
Reel
No. 1047
American Indian Law Students Association
OEO Legal Services. Legal aid and the California Indian Legal Services. Recorded by Floyd O'Neil in Denver, Colorado. 29 pages.
1971
item
No. 1048
M. Gage, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Kathryn MacKay and Floyd O'Neil in Denver, Colorado. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1049
American Indian Law Students Association
OEO Legal Services. Election and introduction of new officers. Recorded by Floyd O'Neil and Gregory Thompson in Denver, Colorado. 38 pages.
1971
No. 1050
E. B. Danson, Navajo
Transcript of a lecture given by Dr. Danson on archaeology at the Navajo Tribal Museum in Window Rock, Arizona. 23 pages.
1070

Interviews, 1051-1099Return to Top

Container(s): Box 28

Container(s) Description Dates
box
28
item
No. 1051
Ted Boles, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project, Native American Free Clinic. Interviewed and recorded by Marian Ryan in Compton, California. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 1052
Joe Meyers, Pomo
Background, discrimination, relocation, employment, San Quentin halfway house program. Interviewed and recorded by Judith Kilpatrick and Gerald Huntley in Berkeley, California. 16 pages.
1971
No. 1053
Larry Meyers, Pomo
Background, discrimination, employment, termination, education, military service, San Quentin. Interviewed and recorded by Judith Kilpatrick and Gerald Huntley in Berkeley, California. 25 pages.
1971
No. 1054
Lilly Moore, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Kathy Biel in Riverside, California. No transcript available, rough draft only.
1971
No. 1055
Holly McClelland, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Kathy Biel on the Hoopa Reservation, California. No transcript available.
1970
No. 1056
John Quick, Non-Indian
Quick is a counselor at the BIA school in Tuba City. Education, language, employment, Christianity, BIA, health care. Interviewed and recorded by Marian Ryan in Garden Grove, California. 48 pages.
1971
No. 1057
Elijah Smith, Oneida
Background, education, acculturation, California Indians, BIA, reservations, urbanization, relocation, peyote. Interviewed and recorded by Kathy Biel in Sun City, California. 43 pages.
1970
No. 1058
Wallace Newman, Luisiano
Early life and education, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, problems of Native Americans on reservations, emergence of Native American militant groups, problems facing young Native Americans, working with Native American students, and Mr. Newmans work with Luisiano language. Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Whittier, California. Transcript not available, rough draft only.
1970
No. 1059
Laura Jean Scott, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Kathy Biel in Fullerton, California. Transcript not available. Rough draft only.
1970
No. 1060
Henry Hale, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Pico Rivera, California. No transcript.
1970
No. 1061
James and Marie Quisquis, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Buena Park, California. No transcript.
1970
No. 1062
Hotana Roebuck, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Long Beach, California. No transcript.
1970
No. 1063
Greta and Kenneth Yackitoonipah, Comanche
Background, education, employment, relocation, pow-wows, story telling, discrimination, military service, land allotments, reservations, medical care. Interviewed and recorded by Marian Ryan in Oklahoma. 48 pages.
1970
No. 1064
Hannah Ortez, Mexican
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Marian Ryan in Fullerton, California. 53 pages.
1970
No. 1065
Reverend Arthur Stoneking, Non-Indian
Native American Urbanization Project. Relocation, Christianity, discrimination, identity, militancy, minorities, acculturation, education, politics. Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Bell Gardens, California. 24 pages.
1971
No. 1066
Delores Upshaw, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Bell Gardens, California. Rough draft only. Transcrpt not available.
1971
No. 1067
Native American Children from Tuba City Boarding School, Urban
Various interviews with Native American children who attend the Tuba City Boarding School. Interviewed and recorded by Marian Ryan in Garden Grove, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1068
Dr. Robert Delaney, Non-Indian
Education at Fort Lewis College. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Durango, Colorado. 21 pages.
1971
No. 1069
Margaret Campbell, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Sharon Galassi in Riverside, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1070
E. R. Smith, Non-Indian
Native American Urbanization Project,Alamitos Intermediate School.Interviewed and recorded by Marian Ryan in Garden Grove, CaliforniaRunning Time. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 1071
Benjamin Lee, Navajo
Language, medicine men, clans, language, dances, arts and crafts, weaving, health. Interviewed and recorded by Virginia Anderson in Salt Lake City. 49 pages.
1971
No. 1072
Benjamin Lee, Navajo
Legends of Spider Woman. Interviewed and recorded by C. Gregory Crampton in Salt Lake City, Utah. 11 pages.
1971
No. 1073
Ernie Peters, Sioux
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Valinda, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1074
Iron Eyes Cody, Cherokee
Native American Urbanization Project.Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Los Angeles, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1075
A. David Lester, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Nancy Callaci in Los Angeles, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1076
Glover Young, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by C. Valenciana in La Mirada, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1077-1078
Margaret Thornburgh, Cherokee, Creek
Native American Urbanization Project. Background, enrollment, land allotment, education, funerals, depression, the AFL-CIO, segregation, government debt, agriculture, Nation Congress of American Indians, politics, Bureau of Indian Affairs, militancy, termination. Interviewed and recorded by C. Valenciana in Los Angeles, California. 83 pages.
1971
No. 1079
Mr. Tom Knife Chief, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by C. Valenciana in Southern California. Rough draft only Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1080
Martina Casta-Cahuilla, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Norwalk, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
No. 1081-1082
Judy Knife Chief, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Background and identity, education, pow-wows, humor, Christianity, LDS religion, acculturation, children, Boy Scouts. 48 pages. Relocation, BIA, militancy, industry, alcohol, discrimination. 17 pages. Interviewed and recorded by C. Valenciana in Santa Ana, California.
1971
No. 1083
Edward Olivas
Native American Urbanization Project. Director of the Indian Alcoholism Program in Los Angeles, California. Alcoholism, police, discrimination, reservations, the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Interviewed and recorded by Nancy Callaci in Los Angeles, California. 33 pages.
1971
No. 1084
Larry J. Brown, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Nancy Callaci in Los Angeles, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1085-1086
Joe Yackytoonipah, Comanche
Interviewed and recorded by Marion Ryan in Garden Grove, California. Transcript not available. Rough draft only.
1970
No. 1087
Arlene Poemoceah, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by C. Valenciana in Garden Grove, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1088
Grace Jeppson
The Indian Center Inc. (Formerly the Indian Welcome House). Interviewed and recorded by Nancy Callaci in Los Angeles, California. No transcript available. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1089
Helen Amgwerd
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Marian Ryan in Anaheim, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1090
Elmer Poemoceah, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Garden Grove, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 1091
Carol Bowen, Wintun
Interviewed and recorded by Kathy Biel in Corona, California. Transcript not available. Rough draft only.
1970
No. 1092
Linda Rohrbach, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Marian Ryan in Pomona, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1093
Wayne Miller, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Long Beach, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1970
No. 1094
Lena Haberman, Kiowa
Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in La Mirada, California. Transcript not available. Rough draft only.
No. 1095
Wanda Big Canoe Adamson, Urban
Adamson is director of the American Indian Scholarship Fund. Interviewed and recorded by Nancy Callaci in La Mirada, California.Transcript not available. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1096
George Pierre, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Mary Jane DeCarlo in Whittier, California. Transcript not available. Rough draft only. Tape mostly inaudible.
1971
No. 1097
Carol Sue Tsosie, Navajo
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Brea, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
No. 1098
Glover Young, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Christine Valenciana in La Mirada, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1099
Richard Gibbs, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Christine Valenciana in Fullerton, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971

Interviews, 1100-1155Return to Top

Container(s): Box 29

Container(s) Description Dates
box
29
item
No. 1100
Alex Lewis, Navajo
This interview took place in La Mirado, California. The interview, in English, was conducted by Georgia Brown. No transcript is available at the present time. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1101
Thomasina Wermy, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Nancy Callaci in Los Angeles, California. No finished interview is available. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1102
Thomasina Wermy, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Nancy Callaci in Los Angeles, California. No finished interview is available. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1103
Leona Gabouri
Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Burbank, California. No finished interview is available. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1104
Glover Young, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Christine Valenciana in La Mirada, California. No finished interview is available.
1971
No. 1105
Patricia Wills
Background, education, discrimination, relocation, Indian Clinic, BIA, militancy, religion, Indian image in movies and television, assimilation. Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Long Beach, California. Transcript not available. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1106
Melvin Chiloquin, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Nancy Callaci. No finished interview is available. Inquiries about the rough draft should be directed to the Manuscripts Curator.
1971
No. 1107
Mary Bitner, Arapahoe
Interviewed and recorded by Georgia Brown in Downey, California. No finished interview is available. Inquiries about the rough draft should be directed to the Manuscripts Curator.
1971
No. 1108
Natalie Rivera
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Christine Valenciana in Yorba Linda, California. No finished interview is available.
1971
No. 1109
Ned Morgan, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and Benjamin Lee at Mariano Lake, T.P., New Mexico. The majority of the interview is in the Navajo language. An English translation on tape is also available. No transcript of this tape is available at this time.
1971
No. 1110
J. R. Killian, E. R. Hooten, and H. F. Osborne
Demography and the future of Man, a discussion recorded for the Museum of N. Arizona Library Collection. A transcript is not available at this time.
No. 1111
Martin Link
This talk, recorded by John D. Sylvester at Gallup, New Mexico, touches briefly on the Navajo Code Talkers of World War II, but is primarily about the "Indian Wars" of 1864-1885.
1971
No. 1112
F. W. Hodge
This lecture was recorded for the Museum of Northern Arizona Library Collection. The title of the lecture is "Hohokam Interviews." No other information is available. No transcript.
1949
No. 1113
Hohokam Irrigation Lecture
Recorded for the Museum of Northern Arizona Library Collection. No transcript available.
No. 1114
Mike Zuni, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by J. D. Sylvester and Benjamin Lee. This interview was conducted in Navajo. There is a taped English translation. No transcript is available.
1971
No. 1115
Akejibah Zuni, Navajo
A short interview on Navajo claims conducted in that language and recorded by Benjamin Lee. A translation accompanies the original tape. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1116
Peter Yazza, Navajo
In this interview, recorded by Ernest Bulow in Fort Defiance, Arizona, and translated by Benjamin Lee, Yazza discusses his background, education, and childhood. Other topics include games, employment, World War II, ceremonies, and tribal government. 21 pages.
1971
No. 1117
Peter Yazza, Navajo
Enemies, livestock, food, agriculture, hunting, weapons, ceremonies, leaders, storytelling, childhood. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow in Fort Defiance, Arizona, and translated by Benjamin Lee. 23 pages.
1971
No. 1118
Glenmae Tsosie, Navajo
No transcript available. Interviewed and recorded by Benjamin Lee and Virginia Anderson for the Tribal Museum of Arizona.
1971
No. 1119
Charlie Sam, Navajo
Transcript not available. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest L. Bulow and Marvin Metteba at Coyote Canyon, New Mexico.
1971
No. 1120
Mary Yazzie, Navajo
Transcript not available. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest L. Bulow and Ernie and Clifford Bigthumb at Wide Ruins, Arizona.
1971
No. 1121
Martin Link, Non-Native associated with Navajo
First reunion of the Navajo Code Talkers. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and Benjamin Lee at Window Rock, Arizona. 28 pages.
1971
No. 1122
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Haven, Non-Natives associated with Navajos and Zunis
Personal background, archaeology, photography, National Geographic expedition to Chaco Canyon, World War II Code Talkers, weaving, painting, traders, stock reduction, and Chee Dodge. Interviewed and recorded by Gregory C. Crampton, Virginia Anderson, and John D. Sylvester. 36 pages.
1971
No. 1123
J. Lee Correll, Non-Native associated with Navajo
Rough draft only. Transcript not available. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and Benjamin Lee at Window Rock, Arizona.
1971
No. 1124
Archie Chischilly, Navajo
Chief Ranger of the Navajo Nation. Transcript not available. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and Benjamin Lee at Window Rock, Arizona.
1971
No. 1125
Mary Tom, Navajo
Vegetable Dyes. Transcript not available. Interviewed and recorded by Benjamin Lee at Yah-ta-hay, New Mexico.
1971
No. 1126
Lady Singer, Navajo
Native Songs. Transcript not available. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest L. Bulow and Benjamin Lee at Window Rock, Arizona.
1971
No. 1127-No. 1128
Ernest Franklin, Navajo
Transcript not available. Interviewed and recorded by Nannette Bulow and Benjamin Lee at Fort Wingate, New Mexico.
1971
No. 1129
Kate Lynch, Navajo
Transcript not available. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow and Ernie and Clifford Bigthumb at Antelope Lake, Arizona.
1971
No. 1130
John Lynch, Navajo
Tanner Springs, Wide Ruins, Antelope Lake, Ganado, traders, moccasin-making, old style clothing. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at Antelope Lake, Arizona. Translated by Ernie and Clifford Bigthumb. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1131
William Kien, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Mary Jane DeCarlo in Riverside, California. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1132
Lee Benally, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow in Red Rock, Arizona. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1133
Jess McNevins, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Sharon Galassi. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1134
Mary Jamison and Rose Fish, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Sharon Galassi. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1135-No. 1136
Joe Tevenyouma and Jimmie Kewanwytewa, Hopi
Conversations at the annual "Hopi Show" at the Museum of Northern Arizona. Recorded by Barton Wright. Transcript not available.
1965
No. 1137
Grant L. Tapija, Hualapai
Interviewed and recorded by Bob Carr. Transcript not available.
1967
No. 1138-No. 1140
Laura Runke, Non-Native
Interviewed and recorded by Jerry Levy and John Beasler. No transcript available.
1967
No. 1141
Pearl Anderson, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Helen M. Amgwerd in Anaheim, California. Transcript not available. Rough draft only.
1971
Reel
No. 1142
Navajo Ethnology
Navajo Ethnology (from Miss Bartlett's collection housed in the Museum of Northern Arizona's Library). Recorded by John D. Sylvester and Benjamin Lee. Transcript not available.
1971
item
No. 1143
Lee Cannon, Ted Evans, Lemuel Yazzie, Martin Link and others, Navajo
Navajo Code Talkers reunion. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1144
Navajo Code Talkers Reunion, Morning Session
Recorded by Nannette Bulow at Window Rock, Arizona. Speakers include Lee Cannon, Ted Evans, Lemuel Yazzie and Martin Link. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1145
Navajo Code Talkers Reunion
Recorded by Nannette Bulow at Window Rock, Arizona. Speakers include Martin Link, Leroy Leslie, Wayne Sanders, Joseph Cordova, Lee Cannon, Carl Gorman, and William Kien. 35 pages.
1971
No. 1146
Navajo Code Talkers Banquet
Recorded by Benis Frank at Window Rock, Arizona. Rough draft only. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1147
Navajo Code Talkers Reunion, Afternoon Session
Recorded by Nannette Bulow at Window Rock, Arizona. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1148
Alan Charley, Navajo
Personal background, Fort Sumner, enemies, livestock, agriculture, leaders, John Collier and the BIA, tribal council, and water. Interviewed and recorded by John Sylvester and Benjamin Lee at Mariano Lake, Gallup, New Mexico. 44 pages.
1971
No. 1149
Shorty Begay, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and Benjamin Lee near Mariano Lake, New Mexico. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1150
Jeff Young, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and Benjamin Lee near Mariano Lake, New Mexico. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1151
Jimmie Kewanwytewa, Hopi
Identification of H. R. Voth collection of negatives at Bethal College, North Newton, Kansas. Recorded by Carol Ferguson and Barton Wright. No transcript available.
1966
No. 1152
Gordon Peywa, Zuni
Coming of the Spanish, Santa Nina, archaeology, ceremonies, sacred places, hunting, scalp dance, tribal politics, relition. Transcript of conversations with Peywa, head of Game and Fish organization for the Zuni tribe, while he was acting as a guide through ruins on the Zuni reservation. Present were Gregory Crampton, John D. Sylvester, Mary Anderson, and Virginia Anderson. 25 pages.
1970
No. 1153
John Bennett, Navajo
Creation of sweathouse, sheep, herding songs. Interviewed and recorded by Benjamin Lee at Window Rock, Arizona. 51 pages.
1971
No. 1154
John Bennett, Navajo
Animal Sunrise song, changing woman's song. Interviewed and recorded by Benjamin Lee at Window Rock, Arizona. 63 pages.
1971
No. 1155
John Bennett, Navajo
Eagle song, Chickenhawk Song, Redtailhawk song, Dinosaur song, Lightning and Thunder story, Corn Pollenn story. Recorded by Benjamin Lee. 38 pages.
1971

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Container(s): Box 30

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No. 1156a
John Benally, Navajo
Rough draft only. Final draft in possession of the United States Marine Corps Oral History Program. Interviewed and recorded by Benis M. Frank at Window Rock, Arizona. 28 pages.
1970
1156b
Judge Dean Wilson, Navajo
Rough draft only. Final draft in possession of the United States Marine Corps Oral History Program. Interviewed and recorded by Benis M. Frank at Window Rock, Arizona. 24 pages.
1971
No. 1157
George B. Soce, Navajo
World War II code talkers, water, ceremonies, alcohol, urbanization. Interviewed and recorded by C. Gregory Crampton, Virginia Anderson, and Benjamin Lee at Window Rock, Arizona. 44 pages.
1971
No. 1158
Rev. R. O. Hawthorne, Navajo
Birth and clan designation, World War II code talkers, military service, discrimination, christianity, Baptist faith, intermarriage, livestock. Interviewed and recorded by J. D. Sylvester and B. Lee. 29 pages.
1971
No. 1159
Dan Akee, Navajo
Code Talker experiences with Sam Holiday and ceremonies. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at Window Rock, Arizona. 16 pages.
1971
No. 1160
Raphael Yazzie, Navajo
Fourth Division code talker experiences on Saipan, Tinian, and Iwo Jima. Also discusses his background, education, the Korean War, ceremonies, and employment. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and Benjamin Lee at Window Rock, Arizona. 16 pages.
1971
No. 1161
Wilfred Billy, Navajo
Billy, a guidance counselor at Shiprock High School, talks about his clan identification, background, education, religion, and experiences as a code talker in World War II. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and Benjamim Lee at Window Rock, Arizona. 27 pages.
1971
No. 1162
James Nahkai Jr., Navajo
A member of the tribal council, the postmaster at Tohatchii for 23 years, and New Mexico Human Rights Commission member, Nahkai discusses his background, World War II code talkers, his education and employment, the tribal government, politics, and water issues. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester at Window Rock, Arizona. 34 pages.
1971
Reel
No. 1163
Teddy Draper, Navajo
Subjects include his childhood at Canyon Del Muerto, education, World War II code talkers, employment, and education. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at Window Rock, Arizona. 42 pages.
1971
item
No. 1164
Harold Foster, Navajo
Foster discusses his experiences in World War II as a Code Talker and in occupied Japan. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at Window Rock, Arizona. 14 pages.
1971
No. 1165
Frank Thompson, Navajo
Thompson (b. 1921) talks about his experiences as a code talker and describes his post-war life. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at the Window Rock Tribal Museum. 20 pages.
1971
No. 1166
Thomas H. Begay, Navajo
Background and education, military service, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, language, discrimination, and ceremonies. Interviewed by John D. Sylvester, translated by Benjamin Lee. 47 pages.
1971
No. 1167
Samuel T. Holiday
Background, ceremonies, and Navajo code talkers. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at Window Rock, Arizona. 20 pages.
1971
No. 1168
Sidney Bedoni, Navajo
Bedoni talks about his education, the World War II Code Talkers, and cermonies. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest L. Bulow at Window Rock, Arizona. 29 pages.
1971
No. 1169
Samuel J. Smith, Navajo
Topics covered include personal background, military service, code-talkers, education, employment, and animals. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and Benjamin Lee at Window Rock, Arizona. 45 pages.
1971
No. 1170
Dennie Hosteen, Navajo
Personal background, code-talkers, employment, the Veteran's Administration, and religion. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and Benjamin Lee at Window Rock, Arizona. 31 pages.
1971
No. 1171
William McCabe, Navajo
McCale, a member of the Deer Water and Salt clans, discusses his background, and the World War II code talkers. Interviewed and recorded by J. D. Sylvester and B. Lee. 56 pages.
1971
No. 1172
Thomas Claw, Navajo
Personal background, employment, military service, code-talkers. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and Benjamin Lee at Window Rock, Arizona. 27 pages.
1971
No. 1173
John Anthony Reyna
Affiliated with San Juan and Taos Pueblos, Reyna discusses his education, a tuition controversy, civil rights, and student activism. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd O'Neil and Gregory Thompson at Fort Lewis College in Durago, Colorado. 14 pages.
1971
No. 1174
Charles Reid, Non-Indian
Reid, the Director of Admissions and Records at Ft. Lewis College, discusses the controversy over the unlimited admission of Indian students with tuition waivers. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd O'Neil and Gregory Thompson. 11 pages.
1971
No. 1175
Angelina Medina
Medina, affiliated with the Zia and Acoma tribes, discusses the tuition controversy at Ft. Lewis College. Also talks about her background, education, and the generation gap. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd O'Neil and Gregory Thompson. 20 pages.
1971
No. 1176
Eric La Rose, Northern Ute
La Rose talks about his background, education, and the Ft. Lewis tuition controversy. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd O'Neil and Gregory Thompson. 26 pages.
1971
No. 1177
Buford Wayt, Non-Indian
Wayt, Director of Project TRAIL at Ft. Lewis College, was interviewed by Floyd O'Neil and Gregory Thompson. Rough draft only. Transcript not available. 24 pages.
1971
No. 1178
Francis Duckey, Paiute
Interviewed and recorded by J. Huntley and J. Kilpatrick. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1179
Mary (Coto) Sells, Navajo
Rough draft only. Transcript not available. Interviewed and recorded by C. Gregory Crampton, Virginia Anderson, and Editha Watson at Window Rock, Arizona. 27 pages.
1971

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Container(s): Box 31

Container(s) Description Dates
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31
item
No. 1180
Code Talkers Reunion, Navajo
Navajo Code Talkers Reunion. Recorded by J. D. Sylvester at Window Rock, Arizona. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1181
Code Talkers Reunion, Navajo
Sounds recorded at St. Michaels, Arizona by C. Gregory Crampton. No transcript.
1971
No. 1182
Fred Cleveland, Navajo
Assistant Curator at the Navajo Tribal Museum in Window Rock, Arizona. Interviewed and recorded by C. Gregory Crampton and Virginia Anderson at Window Rock, Arizona. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1183
Linda Aranajo, Linda Blue, Juliann Romon, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Mary Jane DeCarlo in Tempe, Arizona. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1184
Reverend Emmett Soraano, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Marian Ryan in Los Angeles, California. No transcript available. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1185
Glen Wapp, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Sharon Galassi in Riverside, California. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1186
Jane Leivas, Urban
Life in a small town as compared to life at the University of California, Los Angeles. Interviewed and recorded by Priscilla Shames in Los Angeles. No transcript available. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1187
Gloria Esqueira
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Mary Jane DeCarlo. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1188
Margaret H. Campbell, Hopi
Naming process, personal background and family background, religion, occupation, adolescent Native Americans, Hopi traditions and beliefs. Interviewed and recorded by Sharon Galassi in Riverside, California. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1189
Louis Scott, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Sharon Galassi. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1190
Lee Coppick, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Nancy Callaci in Fullterton, California. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1191
Frank Boudinot, Cherokee
Personal background, family background, education, military services, family involvment in Cherokee newspaper, personal career, Cherokee ledgends, family clan names and the ledgend of adopting surnames. Interviewed and recorded by Helen Amgwerd in Longbeach, California. No transcript available. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1192
Randy Edmunds, Urban
Relocation/Orientation program in Los Angeles, Urban Indian Development Association. Interviewed and recorded by Marian Ryan in Hollywood, California. Transcript not available. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1193-1194
Judson Bradley, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project. Interviewed and recorded by Sharon Galassi in Riverside, California. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1195
Lebain Johns, Urban
Education, reservation life, discrimination, Christianity, tribal customs, BIA, relocation, Ira Hayes, and Alcatraz. Interviewed and recorded by Sharon Galassi in Casa Grande, Arizona. Transcript not available. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1196
Ross V. Saboleff, Thinglit
College and life in Los Angeles, relocation, and militancy. Interviewed and recorded by Priscilla Shames in Los Angeles, California, for the Indian Urbanization Project. Transcript not available. Unbound draft copy in file.
1971
No. 1197
Stanley Lyman, Non-Indian Associated with Ute
"Running an Indian Reservation," a lecture given by this superintendent of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation at the Utah and the West Workshop in Salt Lake City, Utah. Transcript not available. Only the audio recording is available.
1968
No. 1198
June Lyman, Non-Indian
"Problems in Educating the American Indian," a lecture given at the Utah and the West Workshop in Salt Lake City, Utah. Transcript not available. Only the audio recording is available.
1965
No. 1199
Robert Bennett, Non-Indian
Speech by this former Commissioner of Indian Affairs at the Utah and the West Workshop in Salt Lake City, Utah. Transcript not available.
1968
No. 1200
Sam Martinez, Navajo
Background, Fort Sumner, leaders, enemies, intermarriage, Indian Scouts, Geronimo. Navajo relations with Apache, Zuni, and Mexicans. Land disputes, Christianity, identity, religion, names, the BIA, John Collier, sacred places, prophesies. Interviewed and recorded by Jerry Viers and John D. Sylvester. Translated by Benjamin Lee. 130 pages.
1971
No. 1201
Juan Martinez, Navajo
Background and education, leaders, enemies, Fort sumner, sacred places, land, Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and Martha Henio. Translated by Ben Lee. 36 pages.
1971
No. 1202
Yanibah Pino, Navajo
Background and childhood, leaders, medicine, food, enemies, customs, sacred places, land. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and Martha Henio. Translation by Ben Lee. 31 pages.
1971
No. 1203
Chavez Coho
Background and education, Fort Sumner, names, Christianity, land, leaders, water, tribal government, the BIA, land disputes, relations with Zuni and Apache. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester, Jerry Viers, and Martha Henio in Ramah, New Mexico. Translated by Benjamin Lee. 53 pages.
1971
No. 1204
George Raphaelito, Navajo
Background, leaders, land, John Collier, enemies, sacred places, employment, language, acculturation. Interviewed and recorded by John D. Sylvester and Jerry Viers. Translated by Martha Henio and Ben Lee. 21 pages.
1971
No. 1205
Bi-gee-bah Pino Martin, Navajo
Background and education, medicine, food, plant dyes, marriage, sacred places, enemies, John Collier, land, names. Interviewed and recorded by J. D. Sylvester, J. Viers, and M. Henio. Translated by B. Lee. 23 pages.
1971
No. 1206
K. Chee Martine, Navajo
Background, ancestry, leaders, Christianity, land disputes, John Collier, sacred places, medicine men. Relations between Navajo and Suni, Apache, and Mexican peoples. Interviewed and recorded by J. D. Sylvester and J. Viers. Translated by B. Lee. 57 pages.
1971
No. 1207
Mrs. Einna Willie, Navajo
Interviewed by Elizabeth Schieb at Blanding, Utah. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1208
Rose Keith
Interviewed by Gerald Scheib and Elizabeth Scheib in Blanding, Utah. Transcript not available. Only the audio recording is available.
1971
No. 1209
Virginia Smith, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Elizabeth Scheib. Transcript not available. Only the audio recording is available.
1971
No. 1210
Rachael Eyetoo, Ute Mountain Ute
Interviewed by Gary Shumway and Gerald Scheib. Transcript not available. Only the audio recording is available.
1971
No. 1211
Benton Keith, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Gerald Scheib. Transcript not available. Only the audio recording is available.
1971
No. 1212
John Guy, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Gerald Scheib in Blanding, Utah. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1213
Clay Lockett, Non-Indian
Interviewed and recorded by Gerald Scheib for the Museum of Northern Arizona. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1214
Jim Hunt, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Gerald Scheib in Mexican Hat, Utah. No transcript available. Only the audio recording is available
1971
No. 1215
Sharman Hatch, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Gerald and Elizabeth Scheib. No transcript.
1971
No. 1216
John Hanson, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Gerald Scheib in Blanding, Utah. No transcript. Only the audio recording is available.
1971
No. 1217
Robert Hosler, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Gerald Scheib in Blanding, Utah. No transcript. Only the audio recording is available.
1971
No. 1218
H. Baxter "Father" Liebler, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Gerald and Elizabeth Scheib in Oljeto, Utah. No transcript. Only the audio recording is available.
1971
No. 1219
Reverend Wayne Pontious, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Elizabeth Scheib in Bluff, Utah. No transcript. Only the audio recording is available.
1971
No. 1220
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Jones, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow and Nannette Bulow in Gallup, New Mexioc. Transcript not available, rough draft only.
1971
No. 1221
Robert Young, Non-Indian associated with Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Nannette Bulow in Fort Wingate, New Mexico. 33 pages.
1971
No. 1222
Tom Ration, Wilson Skeet, Frankie Paul, George Plateme
Bureau of Indian Affairs new teacher orientation. Recorded by Nannette Bulow in Fort Wingate, Arizona. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1223
Paul Blatchford, Navajo
World War II code talkers, alcohol, employment, eduation, BIA, industry at Black Mesa, ghosts, traders, militancy, traders, hunting, eagles. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest and Nannette Bulow in Fort Wingate, New Mexioc. 59 pages.
1971

Interviews 1224-1252Return to Top

Container(s): Box 32

Container(s) Description Dates
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item
No. 1224
Hola Tsu, Navajo
Life story, history of N.A.C. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow and Marvin Metteba at Sawmill, Arizona. No transcript is available.
1971
No. 1225
Father Silver
Sheep reduction controversy and Sam Akeah, military service, production of the book Navajo Means People, burial customs, birth customs, Navajo-Hopi relations, Christianity, possible interview subjects. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at Fort Wingate, New Mexico. 21 pages.
1971
No. 1226
John Ake, Navajo
Cross Canyon. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow and Marvin Metteba at Cross Canyon, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1227
Benjabah Blackgoat, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow and Marvin Metteba at Coal Mine, Utah. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1228
Peter Sandoval, Navajo
Code talkers, ceremonies, Korean war, education, BIA, future of the Navajo people. Interviewed and recorded by Nanette Bulow at Fort Wingate, New Mexico. 29 pages.
1971
No. 1229
Paul Merrill, Non-Native
Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at Fort Wingate, New Mexico. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1230
Tony Tsosie, Navajo
Personal background, place names, Fort Sumner, leaders, livestock, food, shelters, education, employment, creation legends, ceremonies, coming of the white man, reservations, World War II, traders, songs, and enemies. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at Coal Mine, New Mexico. 58 pages.
1971
No. 1231
Martin Link and others, Non-Native
Problems in archaeology and anthropology field work in Native American areas, Antiquities Act. Session at the Navajo tribal museum during the Pecos Conference. Recorded by Nannette Bulow. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1232
Scott Preston, Navajo
Preston, a medicine man and former vice-chairman of the Navajo tribe, talks about his background and clan affiliation, ancestry, Mormon-Navajo conflict, traders, clans, ceremonies, storytelling, enemies, peyote, medicine, and witchcraft. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow. 90 pages.
1971
No. 1233
Diwizhi Begay, Navajo
Enemies, weapons, traders, Fort Sumner, witchcraft, skinwalkers, and medicine men. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at Lower Greasewood, Arizona. 65 pages.
1971
No. 1234
John Begay, Navajo
Stories about Utes and other Native Americans. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at Coyote Canyon, New Mexico. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1235
Frank Becenti, Navajo
Personal background, tribal government, leaders, education, livestock, food, medicine, alcohol, legends, place names, land claims, coming of the white man, employment, Fort Sumner, clans, storytelling, food, poverty, death, and the Anasazi. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest and Nannette Bulow at Coyote Canyon, New Mexico. 122 pages.
1971
No. 1236
Bernadine Whitegoat, Navajo
Life story, land claims, Ute-Navajo wars, Hopi, and sacred mountains. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at Hunter's Point, Arizona. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1237
Paul Brady, Navajo
Background, witchcraft, place names, migration, Fort Sumner, education, health, armed conflict. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at Fort Defiance, Arizona. 23 pages.
1971
No. 1238
Peter Gishey, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at Lower Greasewood, Arizona. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1239
Talley Chee, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at Coyote Canyon, New Mexico. Translated by Benjamin Lee. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1240
Nakai Snez, Navajo
Life story, stories about Ft. Wingate, farming near St. Michaels, hauling freight, use of sweat house. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow and Marvin Metteba. Translated by Benjamin Lee. 25 pages.
1971
No. 1241
BIA New Teacher Orientation
Navajo religion, Headstart rogram. Recorded by Nannette Bulow at Fort Wingate, New Mexico. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1242
Joe Woody, Navajo
Life story, fights with Bizhoshi, killing of Cross Canyon Traders. Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow. Translated by Benjamin Lee. Rough draft only. No transcript available.
1971
No. 1243
Mary Jeanette Kennedy, Non-Native
Mrs. Kennedy, author of two books on early life in New Mexico and Arizona, discusses life as the wife of an early trader.Interviewed and recorded by Nannette Bulow in Gallup, New Mexico. 33 pages.
1971
No. 1244
Sam Chischilly, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow, translated by Benjamin Lee. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1245
Hosteen Se, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Ernest Bulow at Coyote Canyon, New Mexico, translated by Benjamin Lee. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1246
Tom Ration, Navajo
Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson at Smith Lake, New Mexico. Translated by Benjamin Lee. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1247
Elizabeth Howard
Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson. Rough draft only. Transcript not available. This interview is not to be cited in any form without written permission of Elizabeth Howard.
1971
No. 1248
Steven Wall, Chippewa
Personal background, issues of Native-American students, John EchoHawk, student activism. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson at Durango, Colorado. 23 pages.
1971
No. 1249
Dean Randall Taylor, Non-Native
Taylor is an administrator and professor at Fort Lewis College. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil in Durango, Colorado. Rough draft only. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1250
Arthur Ballantine, Non-Native
Mr. Ballantine is a newspaper proprietor. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson at Durango, Colorado. May not be cited in any form without written permission of Mr. Ballantine.
1971
No. 1251
Rexer Berndt, Non-Native
Berndt is the President of Fort Lewis College. Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Gregory C. Thompson in Durango, Colorado. Rough draft only. No transcript available. Interview is not to be cited in any form without the written permission of Dr. Berndt.
1971
No. 1252
Stan Lyman
Relocation, urbanization, and the BIA. Telephone interview recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil and Kathryn MacKay. 10 pages.
1971

Interviews 1253-1459Return to Top

Container(s): Box 33

Transcripts are not available for all but a few oral histories in this box.

Container(s) Description Dates
box
33
item
No. 1253
Howard Yackitonipah, Comanche
Topics include BIA Relocation Program, the American Indian Athletic Association, American Indian Movement militancy, and discrimination. Interviewed in Los Angeles, California, by Marian Ryan. 54 pages.
1970
No. 1254
Frank Boudinot Jr., Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Helen Amgwerd in Long Beach, California. Transcript not available. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1255
Joe Seaboy, Urban
Native American Urbanization Project, interviewed and recorded by M. DeCarlo in Los Angeles, California. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1256
Tommie Tsosie, Navajo
Tsosie is a BIA Field Employment Assistance Officer. Subjects include relocation, the Indian Center, the Bureau of Indian Affairs,and the placement of children. Interviewed and recorded by Kathryn MacKay. 27 pages.
1971
No. 1257
Margaret A. Lewis, Zuni
Interviewed and recorded by Floyd A. O'Neil at Zuni, New Mexico. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1258
James Monroe
Interviewed and recorded by Helen Amgwerd in Fullerton, California. Transcript not available. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1259
Frank DuPoint, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Nancy Callaci in Los Angeles, California. Transcript not available. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1260-No. 1269
Indian Awareness Week, University of Utah
Tapes recorded of events, panels, and speeches during Indian Awareness Week (May 1-6) at the University of Utah. Transcripts not available.
1973
No. 1270
Dr. Reed W. Bailey, Non-Indian
Interviewed and recorded by A. R. Standing in Ogden, Utah. Transcript not available.
1965
No. 1271
Angela Ramirez, Urban
Interviewed and recorded by Nancy Callaci in Brea, California. Transcript not available. Rough draft only.
1971
No. 1272-No. 1273
Jim Mike, Paiute
Tim Mike and the discovery of Rainbow Bridge. Interviewed and recorded by Roy Hunt, Jay Hammond, Mary Jane Yazzie, and others at Blanding, Utah. Taped in conjunction with the Utah State Historical Society Southern Utah Oral History Project. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1274
Clarence Rogers, Paiute
Rogers talks about the discovery of Rainbow Bridge by Jim Mike. Interview recorded by Jay Hammond in Blanding, Utah. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1275
Natewa, Zuni
Natewa recounts the legend of a Famine Caused by the Witches in Zuni. Translated by Alvina Quam. 4 pages.
1967
No. 1276
LaCharles Hubbell Eckle
David Brigge conducted this interview for the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site in Granao, Arizona. Subject was time spent at the trading post as a child. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1277
Yah Na Bah Winker, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interview conducted and recorded by D. Brugge. Translation by Roberta Tso. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1278
Asdzaan Bekashi, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interview conducted and recorded by D. Brugge. Translation by Roberta Tso. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1279
Dolth Curley, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interview conducted and recorded by D. Brugge. Translation by Roberta Tso. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1280
Dibetlizhini, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interview conducted and recorded by D. Brugge. Translation by Roberta Tso. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1281
Joe Tippecanoe, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interview conducted and recorded by D. Brugge. Translation by Roberta Tso. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1282 - No. 1284
T'iss Yazhi, Yazzie Holmes, and Joe Tippecanoe, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviews conducted and recorded by D. Brugge. Translation by Roberta Tso. Transcripts not available.
1971
No. 1285 - No. 1287
Tom Morgan, Joe Tippecanoe, Hastiin Yellowhair
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviews conducted and recorded by D. Brugge. Translation by Roberta Tso. Transcripts not available.
1971
No. 1288
Frank Tsosie, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interview conducted and recorded by David Brugge and Mary Hubbard. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1289
Arthur Hubbard Sr., Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interview conducted and recorded by David Brugge. Transcript not available.
1971
No. 1290
Asdzaan Doo Holoni, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interview conducted and recorded by David Brugge. Translated by Roberta Tso. Transcript not available.
No. 1291
Elsie Yazzie, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interview conducted and recorded by David Brugge and Roberta Tso. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1292
Mrs. Ben Wilson, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interview conducted and recorded by David Brugge and Roberta Tso. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1293
Pete Hubbard Sr., Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interview conducted and recorded by David Brugge. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1294
Marie H. Curley, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interview conducted and recorded by David Brugge and Roberta Tso. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1295
Blacksheep, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interview conducted and recorded by David Brugge and Roberta Tso. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1296
Tully Lincoln, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by Roberta Tso east of Ganado, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1297
Annie J. Hubbard, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge at Ganado, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
Reel
No. 1298
Hosteen Pete
Interviewee also known as Pete Net. Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by Roberta Tso at Cornfields, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
item
No. 1299
Rafael Candlaria, Non Indian
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge at Concho, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1300
Dlinibaa' Morgan, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge and Roberta Tso below Red Point, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1301
Joe Tippecanoe, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge and Roberta Tso south of Ganado, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972 April
No. 1302
Glenbah Morgan (Francis Morgan), Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge and Roberta Tso below Red Point, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1303
Tom Morgan, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge and Roberta Tso near Ganado Lake, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1304
Marie Etsitty, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge and Roberta Tso east of Ganado, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1305
Sam Tallman, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge and Roberta Tso northwest of Ganado, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1306
Anabell Hardy, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge and Roberta Tso south of Ganado, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1307
May Alice Hubbard, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by Mary Hubbard west of Ganado Lake, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1308
Chee Singer, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by Mary Hubbard at Cornfields, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1309
T'iis Yazhi, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge and Mary Hubbard between Burnsides and Steamboat, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1310
Jim James, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge and Roberta Tso north of the junction of Nazlini and Kinlichi Roads, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1311
Tom Morgan, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge and Roberta Tso near Ganado Lake, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1312
John Kiiya'aanii, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge and Roberta Tso at Cornfields, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1313
Buck Chambers, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge and Roberta Tso west of Ganado Lake, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1314
Net Slivers
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by Roberta Tso north of Hubbell Trading Post, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1315
Tully Lincoln, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by Mary Hubbard east of Ganado, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1316
Zonnie Lincoln, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by Mary Hubbard east of Ganado, Arizona. Transcript not available.
No. 1317
Friday Kinichii'nii, Navajo
House blessing ceremony. Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by David M. Brugge at Ganado, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1318
Zonnie Lincoln, Navajo
Part of the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Ethnohistory Project. Interviewed and recorded by Roberta Tso east of Ganado, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1972
No. 1319
Seton Clark, Navajo
Interview was conducted as part of the Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. The United States of America, Docket No. 229. Interviewed and recorded by Walter Wolf and Bernadine Whitegoat at Window Rock, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1961
No. 1320
Charley Begay, Navajo
Interview was conducted as part of the Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. The United States of America, Docket No. 229. Interviewed and recorded by Walter Wolf and Bernadine Whitegoat at Window Rock, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1961
No. 1321
Slim Salt, Navajo
Interview was conducted as part of the Indian Land Claims Commission hearings in Navajo Tribe of Indians vs. The United States of America, Docket No. 229. Interviewed and recorded by Walter Wolf and Bernadine Whitegoat at Window Rock, Arizona. Transcript not available.
1961
No. 1322-No. 1330
Healing v. Jones
Testimony taken in connection with the Navajo-Hopi land dispute case tried in the District Court for the District of Arizona. Recorded by Aubrey Williams and Walter Wolf in English and Navajo. All tapes are untranslated and untranscribed.
1957; 1959
No. 1331-No. 1435
Zuni Tales and Legends
These Zuni stories were recorded in that language by the Zuni Tribe and Alvina Quam at Zuni, New Mexico. They are not translated or transcribed. For a listing of individual tapes, see the finding aid for A0001 at this repository.
1966-1967
No. 1436
Ute Women's Conference
Recorded by S. Lyman Tyler and J. Witherspoon in Salt Lake City, Utah on 17 March 1967. Includes speeches by Currey, Couch, Noble, and McKinley in Ute and English. Not transcribed. Only the audio recording is available.
1967
No. 1437
Harold Tucson, Zuni
Tucson, also known as Sin-chona, was interviewed and recorded by D. Corrydon Hammond in Zuni, New Mexico. The tape has not been transcribed or translated.
1967
No. 1438
Hopi Chants and Legends
Recorded by the staff of The Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff as part of their collection. No transcription available.
1968
No. 1439-No. 1456
Shoshone Language Materials, Shoshoni
Maude Moon, Jack Simms, Edna Simms, Albert McGill, Eva Steele, Jack Guna, Mrs. Garcia, Minnie Bishop, Bessie Hall, and others The Gosiute Reservation, early reservation history, relations with soldiers, relations with Mormons, the story of The Indian God and the Creation of The World, Historical Ethnography, Antelope Shaman, Lincoln Highway, Chinese at Cherry Creek, early stores, and various early Native stories. These untranscribed and untranslated tapes were recorded by members of the University of Utah Department of Anthropology during three summers of field work. Recorded in Elko and Wells, Nevada; Wind River, Wyoming; and Fort Hall, Idaho.
1965; 1967-1968
No. 1457
Jimmy King, Navajo
Interviewed at Window Rock, Arizona, by Benis M. Frank for the USMC Oral History Program. Rough draft only. USMC will send final draft.
1971
No. 1458
Wilfred Bill and Others, Navajo
Interviewed at Window Rock, Arizona, by Benis M. Frank for the USMC Oral History Program. Rough draft only. USMC will send final draft.
1971
No. 1459
Lonkeena, Zuni
"Zuni Slave," a Zuni legend translated by Alvina Quam. 2 pages.
1967

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  • Subject Terms :
  • Indians of North America--History--20th century--Interviews
  • Indians of North America--Interviews
  • Indians of North America--Social life and customs
  • Indians of North America--West (U.S.)--Interviews
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  • Oral histories