Indians for Indians Radio Show

Indians for Indians Radio Show, October 30, 1962
Indians for Indians Radio Show, October 30, 1962
136, Kiowa-Indian City Anadarko (Kiowa Veterans & Auxiliary). Announcements. Mr. and Mrs. Yale Spottedbird. Kiowa speech, Henry Taindoah. Tonkongha Program, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaulaity. Flag Song. Mr. and Mrs. James Anquoe. Mr. and Mrs. David Apekaum. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cozad. Vincent Spottedbird. Jane Taptoe. Paul Tahlo. John Emhoolah. Scott Tonemah. Student guests: Tony Isaacs. Della Hopper. Jerry Cross. Vernon Hanagara. , 82, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
Indians for Indians Radio Show, October 31, 1944
Indians for Indians Radio Show, October 31, 1944
Ft. Sill Apaches and Sam Houser (2 songs) , 6, Whole Group: Fire Dance Songs. Round Dance (Back and Forth). Spirit Dance Songs (2). Social Dance. Morning Dance. , 5, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
Indians for Indians Radio Show, October 31, 1964
Indians for Indians Radio Show, October 31, 1964
152, Announcements by Frank Oberly. Announcement by Boyce Timmons. Kiowa Indian Veterans. At end of tape: Seminole - Creek Stomp Dances. Recorded New Tulsa Stomp Grounds, Holdenville, Oklahoma, 9-15-75. , 97, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
Indians for Indians Radio Show, October 6, 1958
Indians for Indians Radio Show, October 6, 1958
127, The 27th Anadarko Exposition Veterans Day Parade. Kiowas and Kiowa-Apaches. Floats, various organizations and tribes. Anadarko grade school band. Exposition singers. Allen Quetone. Joe Toahty. Round Dance -- Exposition Singers. Yale Spottedbird. Ponca War Dance Songs. 49 Song. , 83, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
Indians for Indians Radio Show, October 7, 1947
Indians for Indians Radio Show, October 7, 1947
Rainy Mountain Kiowa Baptist Church , 55, All Kiowa Christian Church songs. Jimmie Wolf - Testimony in Kiowa explained by him. A program of Kiowa hymns, explained in English by Reverend Frank R. Venable (non-Indian). UNKN/Second Program - No announcements (Replay?). Arapaho. J. Warden (?). A group of war dances. , 11, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
Indians for Indians Radio Show, October 7, 1963
Indians for Indians Radio Show, October 7, 1963
147, Maude Reynolds Memorial Mission. Pastor Ted Reynolds. Announcements. Oklahoma – Teresa White and Donna White. When We All Get to Heaven. Amazing Grace – Leroy White. Kneel at the Cross – Quartet. 23rd Psalm – Maude Reynolds (Caddo). Whispering Hope – James and Polly Stuart. When God Gives His Love in My Heart – Leroy White and Delores and 2 children. Does Jesus Care – Maude Reynolds. Message – Ted Reynolds. When Could I Go – Mr. and Mrs. White and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart. He Lives – Leroy White. Announcements. Leaning on the Everlasting Arms – Group. Caddo Prayer – Maude Reynolds. What a Friend We Have in Jesus – Group. Prayer – Leroy White. , 93, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
Indians for Indians Radio Show, October 8, 1946
Indians for Indians Radio Show, October 8, 1946
Baptist Association, 30, Performers: Rev. J.L. Raney; Pastors Yale Spottedbird, Duke Tsoodle, and James Twohatchet. Performances: A very brief program; Kiowa Hymns (6) , 37, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
Indians for Indians Radio Show, October, 1966
Indians for Indians Radio Show, October, 1966
153, Oral history by Ralph Goodman, Cheyenne Chief. The transcript of this interview is in the University of Oklahoma Libraries Western History Collections' Doris Duke Collection. The audio recording is also on Tape 465 of the Doris Duke Collection. , This recording was noted as the first tape before the Doris Duke Project began., 100, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
Indians for Indians Radio Show, September 11, 1945
Indians for Indians Radio Show, September 11, 1945
9, War Journey Songs (Forty Nine Songs). Buffalo Dance. Story - A Fight between Comanche and Sac & Fox. War Dance. Round Dance Songs. , 5, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
Indians for Indians Radio Show, September 16, 1947
Indians for Indians Radio Show, September 16, 1947
Ponca Tribal Singer, 53, Sylvester Warrior, Marland, Oklahoma First Prize, Tribal Singer Ponca Ceremonial Songs. War Dances (8) Ponca Words. Trotting Songs (2) Ponca Words. Contest Song. War Dance , 28, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
Indians for Indians Radio Show, September 24, 1946 (See also Tape 26)
Indians for Indians Radio Show, September 24, 1946 (See also Tape 26)
29, One half record #271 - Kiowa. One half record #277 - Cheyenne Forty Nine Songs (3). Black Legging Songs (2). Two-Step Song (3). Shield Dance (2). Buffalo Dance (2). , 25, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
Indians for Indians Radio Show, September 26, 1950
Indians for Indians Radio Show, September 26, 1950
Cheyenne and Arapaho Nazarene Church, Clinton, Oklahoma, 113, Prayer in Cheyenne. Cheyenne Hymn (3) Group. Scripture - Mrs. Belle Rouse. Cheyenne Hymn (5) Group. Scripture and Prayer in Cheyenne. Cheyenne Hymn. Testimony. Cheyenne Hymn. Cheyenne and Arapaho Hymn. Cheyenne Hymn (4). , 36, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.