Indians for Indians Radio Show

Indians for Indians Radio Show, August 13, 1947
Indians for Indians Radio Show, August 13, 1947
Anadarko Exposition, Wednesday, 51, Interviews with: Amos Toahty - Announcer; Jack Scott - President, Inter-Tribal Organization; Charles Grounds - Seminole Attorney; Bob Goombi - President, Exposition. Tribal Songs Contest: Cheyennes (Guy Heap of Birds; Charles Curtis & Wife): 3 Songs; Clan Songs; Return of Warriors (Victory); Clan War Song (Wolf). Poncas (Sylvester Warrior, Francis Eagle): 3 War Dance Songs). Caddos (Ralph Murrow, Houston Edmonds, Charles Smith): 3 Turkey Dance Songs. , 14, 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, August 13, 1947
Indians for Indians Radio Show, August 13, 1947
Anadarko Exposition Contest, 318th Program , James Silverhorn and Group. Spencer Asah and Group. 5 War Dances, Round Dances. 3 Round Dances. 3 War Dances. , 33, 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, August 1956
Indians for Indians Radio Show, August 1956
178, Cheyenne Hymn - Students of Lillian Levi. Cheyenne Story - Conrad Hurd, student of Roger Whiteturtle. Comanche Hymn - Cynthia Ware. Cheyenne Hymn by Laura Bighorse. Kiowa talk by Mose Poolaw, Miss Gibson. Kiowa Song by Mose Poolaw. Arapaho Hymn. Announcements. Comanche Hymn by students of Cynthia Ware. Cheyenne Hymn by Cheyenne Group. Comment by William Wolfe. Comanche Hymn by Conrad Haury. Kiowa-Comanche Hymn by Mose Poolaw. Kiowa Hymn (2). Comments. , 56, 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, August 1958
Indians for Indians Radio Show, August 1958
Summer Institute of Linguistics , 126, Comanche Church Songs. Cherokee Demonstration - Charles Turner and Joe Blakeley, students of Johnson Morton. Cheyenne Hymn - Wilbur Pickering, taught by Mary Tallbear. Fox & Bear - Tom Banks, taught by Clarence Stoneroad. Kiowa Verse - Sylvia Reynolds, student of Robert Goins. Kiowa Hymn - William Wolfe. Arapaho Verse - Charles Witering, student of PhilipWatan. Comanche Verse and Song - Students of Ethel Haury. Kiowa Conversation - David & Charles, students of Mose Poolaw. Kiowa Songs - Mr. & Mrs. Wolfe. Cheyenne Hymn. Comanche Hymn. Kiowa Conversation - Mona White and Richard Lunsford, students of Lucy Goins. God Be With You 'til We Meet Again. , 59, 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, August 1976
Indians for Indians Radio Show, August 1976
168, Unidentified music and dances. , 124, 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, August 2, 1949
Indians for Indians Radio Show, August 2, 1949
Sac and Fox Group, Shawnee, Oklahoma, 95, Songs led by Fred Grant. Slow War Dance (2). Brave Dance Song - Sac & Fox. Swan Dance Songs (3). Buffalo Dance Songs (2). Round Dance (2). War Dance (4). , 35, 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, August 21, 1962
Indians for Indians Radio Show, August 21, 1962
135, 19thAnnual Summer Institute of Linguistics (no instruments). Lewis Toyebo. Comanche Prayer Song: Mary Redbird, Annie Chevago, Felix Kowena, Mae Trimble, Laura Bighorse. Students of Cheyenne Language: Jenny Flyingout, Anna Hawk, Ed Riggs. Kiowa Hymn sung by Intermediate Students. Students conversing in Kiowa: May Todone, William Wolfe. Singing an Arapaho Hymn: Flora Clark, Lizzie Left Hand. Cherokee Verse, John 3:16: Lizzie Young, Mrs. Eva Downing. Yurba Language, African students: Mr. Jon Yonwah. Conversation in Kickapoo: Walter Kaskaske. Cheyenne Story: Jeannette Howlingcrane. Cheyenne Songs: Dora Torres. Cheyenne Hymn: Allen Flyingout. Comanche Hymn: Martha Tonegah. Kiowa Testimony by Student of: Lucy Goins. Comanche students singing: Mrs. Kowena. Cheyenne Hymn: Belle Rouse. Kiowa Prayer Song sung by Kiowa informants. Comanche song sung by student. Kiowa songs sung by 1st year students. Comanche songs sung by students of Cynthia Webb. Announcements. Cheyenne songs, Anna Hawk. Kiowa (?) sung by 1st year students. Mayan and Spanish songs. Comanche hymn sung by Comanche informants. Kiowa hymn sung by Kiowa informants. , 81, 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, August 24, 1948
Indians for Indians Radio Show, August 24, 1948
Arbeka Group, Wetumka, Oklahoma, 81, Ball Game Songs. Stomp Dances (4). Social Dance. Stomp Dance (Series). Gar Dance Song. Stomp Dance (Series). Social Dance. Stomp Dance. , 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, August 25, 1948
Indians for Indians Radio Show, August 25, 1948
82, Stomp Dance Songs, sung by: Foster Hood (Age 22), Isaac Gibson (Age 19), John Gibson (Age 14). All Shawnees living near Little Axe, Oklahoma. Recorded August 25, 1948. Sound Effects: Stomping feet made by tapping a drum (held on the lap of one of the singers) with the finger tips. The leg rattles effect was made with an ordinary bladder rattle held in the hand. BLACK WIRE Songs in the order, lead by: Isaac Gibson, Foster Hood, John Gibson, Jr. RED WIRE Songs in this order, lead by: Isaac Gibson, Foster Hood, John Gibson, Jr. , 3, 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, August 3, 1943
Indians for Indians Radio Show, August 3, 1943
2, K-13 Cheyenne Flag Song, Joe Yellow Eyes. K-14 War Song, Joe Yellow Eyes. K-15 Two War Dances, Paul Blackbear (Cheyenne). K-16 Two Round Dances, Paul Blackbear. K-17 Slow War Dance, M. Duncan, Ed Mack, Evans Walker. K-18 Brave Dance, M. Duncan, Ed Mack, Evans Walker. K-19 Gourd Dance, M. Duncan, Ed Mack, Evans Walker. Pipe Dance, M. Duncan, Ed Mack, Evans Walker. Owl Dance, M. Duncan, Ed Mack, Evans Walker. K-20 Round Dance, M. Duncan, Ed Mack, Evans Walker. K-21 Rabbit Dance, M. Duncan, Ed Mack, Evans Walker. K-22 Round Dances, Stanley Edge (Caddo). K-33 War Dance by Frank Bushy, Sioux War Songs, Joe Yellow Eyes, Fast War Dance by Paul Black Bear.. K-34 Squaw Song, Frank Bushy, Two Cheyenne War Songs, Joe Yellow Eyes and Paul Black Bear. , 1, 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, August 3, 1948
Indians for Indians Radio Show, August 3, 1948
Watonga Group, 80, Cheyenne Flag Song. Round Dances (3). War Dances (3). Announcements. War Dances (2). Forty Nine Songs (4). , 17, 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, August 31, 1948
Indians for Indians Radio Show, August 31, 1948
Pawnee, Rush Roberts, 83, Singing and talking in Pawnee. , 36, When citing recordings from this collection, please use the following: Indians for Indians Radio Show. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries.