Indians for Indians Radio Show

Indians for Indians Radio Show, September 30, 1947
Indians for Indians Radio Show, September 30, 1947
"Este Cate" Indian Club, Oklahoma Baptist University (Shawnee, Oklahoma), 54, Victor Kaneubbe (English). Piano Solo - Betty Hilton "Clare de Lune". Club Information - Joan Fixico. Vocal Solo - Victor Kaneubbe "God is Love". Vocal Quartette - "Wandering Child" (Group Members: Allen Morris, Kenny Walkingstick, James Payne); Songs by Group: "Roads of Light", "May He Depend on You". Talk and Sermon and Prayer by: Kenny Walkingstick, "A Call to Indian Youth". , 16, 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 7, 1963 (Continued from Tape 92)
Indians for Indians Radio Show, September 7, 1963 (Continued from Tape 92)
148, 1. M.C. Don Whistler. Apache Fire Dance Songs. 2. M.C. George Crossland - announcements. Boyce Timmons – more announcements. Kiowa Veterans Organization, Carnegie, Oklahoma. Black Legging Society: Mr. and Mrs. James Auchiah, Gus Palmer. Kiowa Songs. Announcements. [Apache Fire Dance Songs?] Kiowa Songs , 94, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
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186, Billy Goat Hill group: Clara Redbone, Iola Redbone, Ethlyn Archita, Gertie Chalate, Josie Connor, Bessie Cisco, Roberta Toppato. Handgames Songs. , 116, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
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184, Round Dance Songs. War Dance Songs. , 96, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
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189, Northern Arapaho Songs led by Mike Willow , 119, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
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Pawnee Veterans War Dance Organization , 185, Pawnee Flag Song. Veterans Song. 4 Round Dance Songs. 3 War Dance Songs. 9 Pawnee War Dance (Pawnee language). , 115, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
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176, Announcements. Introduction of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Laubin. Reginald recites a prayer in Sioux, which is then translated to English by Gladys Laubin. Reginald and Gladys Laubin discuss how they came to work with the Sioux. Mentions Walter Stanley Campbell and One Bull, and the Standing Rock Reservation. The Laubins were in Oklahoma to finish their book on tipis. Reginald tells the story of Ishi, known as the last of the Yahi tribe. -- The Laubins perform songs: Sioux Flag Song, "Grandfather, your war bonnet will wave above the earth forever."; Chief's Song, "Friends by many difficulties have I been pursued. I feared them not and I am still alive."; Omaha Song, "asking that the thunderclouds of war be cleared away." , 53, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
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16th Annual Summer Institute of Linguistics , Mose Poolaw speaking for Summer Institute of Linguistics , 174, Invocation - Louie Toyebo. Kiowa Hymn - Mr. & Mrs. Louie Toyebo. Comanche Hymn - Ethel Haury and Mose Poolaw. Kiowa Hymn - Intermediate Students of Linguistics. Cheyenne Hymn - Mary Tallbear. Arapaho Hymn - Arapaho Students. Cherokee Scripture - Martin Johnson (interpreter-Jess Downing). Youraka - Tommy Hokea. Kurc - Gus - Informant from Africa. Comanche Conversation - Cynthia Ware students. , 46, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
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173, War Dance Songs - Jimmy Anquoe (Kiowa) , 45, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
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177, Caddo Pow Wow Club. Melford Williams. Bell Dance led by Houston Edmonds. Announcements. The Sling Dance. The Morning Dance. , 54, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.
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181, Don Whistler, Announcer for "Indians for Indians." Program is one hour long., "Indians for Indians" Program put on by Summer Institute of Linguistics personnel brought by Mose Poolaw, Kiowa. Program consists of numbers by white students attending linguistics institute and Indian informants, and one drum rhythm number by a Liberian man attending the institute. 1. Arapaho hymn sung by student (Flora Clark). 2. Reading of verse from Bible in Shawnee by Sue Albright, white student of Lucinda Haury. 3. Comanche hymn sung by group led by Joe Haury. 4. Comanche hymn sung by group led by Cynthia Webb. 5. Cherokee composition by Al Pinz (student) and Martin Johnson (informant) - conversation in Cherokee. 6. Cheyenne hymn sung by Cheyenne women informants. 7. Liberian drum rhythms played by Gus Mars, student from Liberia. 8. Reading of verse from Bible in Comanche by Ivan Low, student of Clifford Seymour. 9. Comanche hymn sung by students of informant Clifford Seymour. 10. Kiowa conversation between white student and Kiowa informant, William Wolf. 11. Kiowa hymn sung by Dan Stookey in Kiowa. This is the "Prayer Song." 12. Reading of scripture verse in English and Kiowa by Dean Stookey. 13. Reading of scripture verse in English and Kiowa by another student. 14. Arapaho testimony by Louise Bass, student of Lizzie Left Hand. 15. Arapaho hymn sung by students of Lizzie Left Hand. 16. Cheyenne translation of a Bible verse by student of Miss Big Horse. , 67, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.