Samuel J. Sackett Folklore Collection
 

Authors

Alice F. Kuiper

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Identifier

RT398_F666m_1962_06_02

Publication Date

6-16-1962

Description

Interviews with Alice Kuiper, Mrs. Seth Hudson, Jessie Donne, Haw Boke, Winnie Campbell, and Ray C. Blackburn.The first half of the recording is missing.
00:00:00 - Recording begins in progress, Alice F. Kuiper, story about a pack-rat.
00:00:38 - Making shoes from buffalo trotters
00:01:48 - Introduction, Harvey Bobst of Almena, KS on June 16, 1962
00:02:08 - Song, "My Old Brown Pipe"
00:02:28 - Song, "All He Does Is Follow Them Around"
00:04:14 - Introduction, Alice F. Kuiper of Prarie View, KS on June 16, 1962
00:04:45 - Story of a pig sticking
00:06:21 - Introduction, Winnie Campbell of Prairie View, KS on June 16, 1962
00:06:48 - Poem, "The Lost Purse"
00:09:18 - Poem, "Somebody's Mother"
00:11:30 - Song, "The Old Musician and his Harp"
00:14:10 - Introduction, Ray C. Blackburn of Almena, KS 00:14:46 - History of Aim Cole, a Scout and early settler of Almena
00:17:12 - Finding a deceased Sioux leader on the prairie
00:22:33 - Cleaning buffalo skins in Almena
00:28:05 - Relations between the Sioux, the Cheyenne, and white homesteaders

Physical Description

reel-to-reel audio and accompanying documentation

Subject

folk stories, folk music, folk songs, Indigenous Americans, Phillipsburg (Kan.), Oberlin (Kan.)

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© Forsyth Library Special Collections, Fort Hays State University

Publisher

Digitized by Forsyth Digital Collections

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Language

eng

Interviews with Mrs. Seth Hudson, Jessie Donne, Harvey Bobst, Winnie Campbell, and Ray C. Blackburn

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