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"Songs of the Bogachiel", an examination of the music owned by a prestigious Quileute family, 1973

Author: Elizabeth Tuckwiller Peck; Leila Penn Fisher, Mrs.; Penn family.; Washington State Library. Manuscripts Collection.
Dissertation: Thesis (M.A.)--Washington State University, 1973.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Cassette recording : Thesis/dissertation : Picture : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This collection consists of a photocopy of Elizabeth Tuckwiller Peck's Master of Arts thesis, black & white photographs and a cassette tape. The study for her thesis began in February 1971. Peck was studying the nature of the Quileute music and its evolution. Since it was found that Quileute Indian song is important prinicipally in its relationship to exclusive family use, Peck resolved to develop an  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Music
Photographs
Named Person: Leila Penn Fisher, Mrs.; Penn family.
Material Type: Thesis/dissertation, Picture
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Tuckwiller Peck; Leila Penn Fisher, Mrs.; Penn family.; Washington State Library. Manuscripts Collection.
OCLC Number: 298132178
Notes: MS 0059.
Reproduction Notes: Photocopy.
Description: .5 linear foot (1 box)
Responsibility: by Elizabeth Tuckwiller Peck.

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This collection consists of a photocopy of Elizabeth Tuckwiller Peck's Master of Arts thesis, black & white photographs and a cassette tape. The study for her thesis began in February 1971. Peck was studying the nature of the Quileute music and its evolution. Since it was found that Quileute Indian song is important prinicipally in its relationship to exclusive family use, Peck resolved to develop an understanding of the power of family song from a Quileute point of view and to put the findings into a form that may be useful to Native Americans and non-Native Americans. Eighteen Quileute family songs were placed in geographical, social, and my spiritual context. These songs represent a sampling of 42 songs belonging to the prominent Penn family of the upper Bogachiel River. The songs were sung for tape recordings by the present owner, Mrs. Leila Penn Fisher, Hoh Village, Hoh Indian Reservation, Jefferson County, WA.

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