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Identifier

RT398_F666m_1961_06

Publication Date

7-10-1961

Description

Interviews with Charley King, Barbara Hall Maricle, Vern Kear, Sherry Smith, Elizabeth Stoskopt, Martha Margheim, Verna Schneider, Edith M. Hill, Master John Sackett, Rose Arnold, Olga Elizabeth Luschen Dennis, and Clarence Loredstsch
The first tape is missing. Content begins with the partial interview of Olga Elizabeth Luschen Dennis.
00:00:00 - Family in Russell County (partial)
00:01:02 - Meeting her husband for the first time
00:02:32 - Girlhood experiences and reminiscences
00:03:50 - Pre-recorded History of Fort Larned
00:07:04 - Unknown speaker, Kit Carson's killing of a mule he mistook for an Indigenous American
00:10:46 - Buffalo Bill Cody
00:13:03 - Stories about the Kiowa
00:16:06 - Woodland Tribe in Pawnee County, KS
00:18:24 - Quivira Tribe in Pawnee County, KS
00:21:46 - Exhuming Indigenous remains in 1958 00:23:16 - Woodland Tribe pottery
00:27:32 - Dog skeleton
00:33:57 - Woodland Tribe weapons
00:35:42 - Woodland Tribe ornamentation
00:39:05 - Introduction to interview with Clarence Loredstsch by Louise Maxwell. This portion of the recording is muffled and difficult to understand.
00:39:43 - Fort Fletcher
00:45:30 - Graves and landmarks

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reel-to-reel audio and accompanying documentation

Subject

Dorrance (Kan.), Indigenous Americans, Forced Indigenous Removal 1813-1903, Santa Fe Trail, Washita Campaign 1868-1869, Walnut Creek (Kan.), Kiowa Apache Tribe, Woodland Tribe, Wichita Tribe

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© Forsyth Library Special Collections, Fort Hays State University

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Digitized by Forsyth Digital Collections

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Language

eng

Interviews with Charley King, Barbara Hall Maricle, Vern Kear, Sherry Smith, Elizabeth Stoskopt, Martha Margheim, Verna Schneider, Edith M. Hill, Master John Sackett, Rose Arnold, Olga Elizabeth Luschen Dennis, and Clarence Loredstsch

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