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Identifier

RT398_F666m_1958_06

Publication Date

7-1-1958

Description

An interview with Nancy Ellen Miller regarding her life on the Kansas plains during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Recording includes various songs and stories from the time period.
00:00:37 - Experiences with the Dalton family and other outlaws.
00:19:50 - Literaries
00:23:51 - Song, Streets of Laredo
00:27:36 - Bill Doolin
00:28:46 - Sam Bass
00:32:53 - Fare You Well Mollie
00:34:24 - Gallant Donahoe
00:36:37 - More memories of outlaws
00:39:56 - Common games of the era
00:41:15 - Celebrating Christmas
00:42:22 - Celebrating Independence Day
00:44:34 - Community dances
00:46:30 - Predicting the weather
00:47:23 - Riddles, jokes, and stories
00:48:50 - School and church experiences
00:49:46 - Sioux-speaking Evangelist
00:52:33 - School curriculum
00:54:41 - Driving cattle on the trail
00:55:33 - Differences between Kansas and Oklahoma

Physical Description

reel-to-reel audio and accompanying documentation

Subject

Dalton Gang, Frontier and pioneer life, cowboys, Rattlesnake Bill, Criminals, Wild West, Oklahoma, Jennings, Al, 1863-1961, Dalton, Emmett, Dalton Family, Kingfisher (Okla.), Train robberies, Crime, Hays (Kan.)

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© University Archives Fort Hays State University

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Digitized by Forsyth Digital Collections

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Language

eng

Interview with Nancy Ellen Miller

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