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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Yellow Face.; Runs-the-Enemy.; Red Cloud; Iron Crow.; Joseph Kossuth Dixon; Indiana University, Bloomington. Archives of Traditional Music.; American Museum of Natural History.; Wanamaker Historical Expedition (2nd : 1909)
|Notes:||Teton Sioux songs and speeches.
Announcements in English.
Edison commercial galvano-plastic copies of the original field recordings; multiple copies of each; sound quality good to excellent.
Indexed in Dorothy Sara Lee, Native North American Music and Oral Data (I.U. Press, 1979)--and Indiana University, Bloomington, Archives of Traditional Music, Early Field Recordings (I.U. Press, 1987).
Deposited at the Archives of Traditional Music by the American Museum of Natural History under Option 2.
|Performer(s):||Yellow Face, Runs-the-Enemy, Red Cloud, and Iron Crow, vocals.|
|Event notes:||Recorded by Dixon on Sept. 11-13, 1909 at Crow Agency, Montana for the Wanamaker Historical Expedition II to the North American Indian.|
|Description:||6 cylinders : 130 rpm, coarse groove ; 2 1/8 x 4 1/4 in.|
|Contents:||Love song --
Runs-the-Enemy's war song --
Red Cloud's chief song --
War song of Sioux before Custer fight --
Red Cloud's war song --
Red Cloud's speech at Indian chief gathering at Crow Agency.
|Responsibility:||collected by Joseph K. Dixon.|