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Identifier

RT398_F666m_1962_04

Publication Date

6-21-1962

Description

Interviews with Ted L. Pfannensteil, Bernie Schaffer, Ruth Jacobs, and Josephine S. Jacobs
00:00:00 - Introduction, Ted L. Pfannensteil of Munjor, Kansas on June 21, 1962
00:00:32 - Song, "Brautdusch"
00:03:18 - Introduction, Bernie Schaffer of Liebenthal, KS on June 21, 1962
00:03:38 - Song, "Du Du Liegst Mir im Herzen"
00:04:45 - Song, "Schoen Goodenacht"
00:05:43 - Song, "Don't Sell Daddy Any More Whiskey"
00:06:33 - Song, "Blood Song"
00:07:24 - Song, "True Love"
00:09:09 - Song, "Down in the Valley
00:12:26 - Song, "German Drinking Song"
00:13:15 - Song, "Pass Around the Bottle" (John Brown's Whiskey Bottle, racially explicit language)
00:14:16 - Song, "Ten Little Bottles"
00:17:05 - German New Year's Wish
00:17:14 - Song, "Old Waltz"
00:18:30 - Introduction, Ruthie Jacobs of Hays, KS on June 7, 1962
00:19:01 - Cattle drive from Mexico to Abilene, KS
00:20:40 - Two riddles
00:21:18 - Story of grandfather's murder of an Indigenous American
00:22:22 - Story of uncle eating a skunk by mistake
00:23:22 - First coffin at Logan, KS
00:24:11 - Mother and father being robbed in Yellowstone Park
00:25:22 - Introduction, Josephine S. Jacobs of Hays, KS on June 7, 1962. Recording quality is poor.
00:25:40 - Song, "Catherine, Come With Me in the Fall" Sung in German with translation
00:27:17 - Song, "I am Pretty" Sung in German with translation
00:27:57 - Song, "Come In, Come In." Sung in German with translation
00:28:34 - Story of Indigenous Americans robbing mother's home (Recording cuts off before finish)

Physical Description

reel-to-reel audio and accompanying documentation

Subject

Folk songs, folk music, Indigenous Americans, Cattle drives

Rights

© Forsyth Library Special Collections, Fort Hays State University

Publisher

Digitized by Forsyth Digital Collections

Comments

For questions contact ScholarsRepository@fhsu.edu

Language

eng, ger

Interviews with Ted L. Pfannensteil, Bernie Schaffer, Ruth Jacobs, and Josephine S. Jacobs

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