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Identifier

RT398_F666m_1962_16

Publication Date

6-6-1962

Description

Interviews with Mrs. Smith, Jennifer Horton, Phillip Eugene Jackson, Nellie Errington, and Louis T. Jacobi
00:00:15 - Interview with Mrs. Smith. Poor recording quality
00:01:09 - Current riding practice
00:01:44 - Working cattle round-ups
00:08:01 - People's attitude toward her riding
00:09:01 - Preference for calf-roping
00:09:10 - Story about a killing
00:11:05 - Location of ranch and its history
00:14:53 - Introduction, Warren Kent of Goodland, KS. June 27, 1962.
00:15:10 - Biographical information
00:17:44 - Incident with Indigenous Americans
00:26:10 - Robbers who stayed at the Bartholomew house
00:37:43 - More personal history
00:38:30 - Fight for the county records when Goodland became the county seat
00:42:46 - Introduction, Jennifer Horton of Atwood, KS. June 9, 1962
00:43:29 - Biographical information
00:44:02 - "Down by the river" jump-rope rhyme
00:44:32 - Untitled jump-rope rhyme
00:44:53 - Introduction, Phillip Eugene Jackson
00:45:13 - Song, "Your Cheatin' Heart" played on guitar
00:46:32 - Song, "The New Spanish Two-Step" played on guitar
00:47:27 - Introduction, Nellie Errington on June 9, 1962
00:47:50 - Accordion music
00:48:50 - Biographical information and musical background
00:50:06 - Definition of folk lore and folk music
00:51:26 - Song, "Bile 'em Cabbage Down"
00:52:09 - Black Americans and folk music
00:53:57 - Song, "Do Lord."
00:54:32 - Unidentified contributor, using a "mad stone" to cure hydrophobia (rabies)
00:57:03 - Introduction, Louis T. Jacoby of Agra, KS on June 9, 1962
00:57:50 - Song, "Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight" played on fiddle
00:59:00 - Song, "Lautebach" or "Where o' Where Has My Little Dog Gone"
01:00:16 - Song, "Miss Brown Polka"
01:01:47 - Song, "Quadrille"
01:03:20 - Song, "A polka"
01:05:55 - Song, "The Jenny Lynd Polka"
01:07:04 - Song, "The Little Brown Jug"
01:07:42 - Song, "Quadrille"
01:08:28 - Song, "Old Time Tune"
01:09:24 - Song, "The Mockingbird"
01:11:03 - Song, "Little Red Hen"
01:11:48 - Song, "A jig"
01:14:44 - Song, "The Girl I Left Behind Me"
01:15:32 - Song, "Swiss Tune"
01:17:27 - Song, untitled
01:19:19 - Song, untitled
01:21:49 - Song, "Redwing Polka"

Physical Description

reel-to-reel audio and accompanying documentation

Subject

women ranchers, cattle ranching, horse riding, rodeo, WaKeeney (Kan.), crime, murder, Indigenous Americans, Native Americans, Fort Wallace (Kan.), nursery rhymes, folk music, folk songs, African Americans, folk medicine, Agra (Kan.)

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© University Archives Fort Hays State University

Publisher

Digitized by Forsyth Digital Collections

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Language

eng, ger

Interviews with Mrs. Smith, Jennifer Horton, Phillip Eugene Jackson, Nellie Errington, and Louis T. Jacobi

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