Soaring Eagle -- REVEREND EMMETT HOFFMANN HERITAGE PROJECT COLLECTION HERITAGE PROJECT TRANSCRIPTS, 1956, 1972-1974, 2010, undated (ca. 1972-1974)

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2 - - - The original recordings transcribed and listed in series 2 have been reformatted and preserved in digital format.  Location: G > Digital Projects > Mss > Soaring Eagle - Rev Emmett Hoffmann Heritage Project Collection.
2 1 1 000A Little Bighorn battle, Northern Cheyenne history, 1876-1890s; George American Horse, Rufus Wallowing, John Medicine Elk, John Stands In Timber, Charles Sitting Man, Henry Little Coyote, and Henry Standing Elk; 1956; 20 pages
2 1 2 001 B: Two fantasy stories, Alex Black Horse, January 3, 1973; 2 pages
2 1 3 003 AB: Sun Dance, Cheyenne language, and war veterans, 1960s-1970s; Harry Little Bird, Joe Little Coyote, John Wooden Legs, Grover Wolf Voice, and James Ant; Lame Deer, Montana; March, 1974; 15 pages
2 1 4 004 AB: Schools/ education problems, 1960s; Ted Rising Sun, John Wooden Legs, and Earl Barlow; undated (1973?); 13 pages
2 1 5 005 AB: Sacred Hat Meeting: Alcohol-related problems and Sacred Hat bundle; Frank Walks Last, Harry Little Bird, Ernest King, John Wooden Legs, Charles White Dirt, Roy Bull Coming, Joe Little Coyote, Alex Spotted Elk, James Medicine Bird, Josephine Limpy, Charles Sitting Man, James Black Wolf, James Little Bird, and unidentified speaker (Cheyenne man); Lame Deer, Montana; undated (1972 or 1973); 11 pages
2 1 6 006 AB: Chiefs' meeting: Sacred Tipi (Birney, Montana), Sun Dance rules, and Fort Robinson, 1878; Harry Rising Sun, Joe Little Coyote, Charles Sitting Man, James Little Bird, and John Wooden Legs, and Unidentified speakers (Cheyenne male/ female elders), undated (1972 or 1973); 5 pages
2 1 7 014 AB: North Woman and Dull Knife band’s relocation/ escape, 1877-1878; Grover Wolf Voice; Lame Deer, Montana; December 12, 1972; 11 pages
2 1 8 016 A: School Board meeting: Cheyenne language, schools, and family life, 1880s-1950s, Ted Rising Sun, Annie Little Bird, Joe Little Coyote, Frank Walks Last, Harry Little Bird, and John Wooden Legs; Lame Deer, Montana; undated (1972 or 1973); 5 pages
2 1 9 017 AB: School Board meeting: Cheyenne language and schools; Frank Walks Last, Charles White Dirt, Harry Little Bird, Joe Little Coyote, and unidentified speakers (Cheyenne men/ women); Lame Deer, Montana; 1973; 7 pages
2 1 10 018 AB: Peyote, Wheeler Howard Indian Reorganization Act, tribal chairmen, the Sacred Hat, and health problems from coal shoveling, 1900s-1950s; Ernest King; Harry Little Bird, William Hollow Breast, Josephine Limpy, and Harry Little Bird; Lame Deer, Montana; undated (early 1970s); 9 pages
2 1 11 019 AB: North Woman, and Dull Knife band’s escape, family genealogies, a Bear Chum story, and Spanish influenza, 1878-1919; Grove Wolf Voice, Harry Little Bird, and Annie Little Bird; December 27, 1972; 8 pages

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2 1 12 022 AB: Northern/ Southern Cheyenne Chiefs’ meeting: Northern/ Southern Cheyenne collaboration; Ed White Thunder, Ed Red Hat, Joe Little Coyote, and John __ (surname unidentified); January 13, 1973; 6 pages
2 1 13 023 AB: Family life and Cheyenne and Christian traditions, 1950s-1973; Joe Little Coyote, Rev. Gilbert Hemauer, Rev. Michael Antoine, and unidentified speaker (Cheyenne man), January 13, 1973; 28 pages
2 1 14 024 B: Northern/ Southern Cheyenne Chiefs’ meeting: Prayer and Cheyenne tradition; Ed Red Hat and Joe Little Coyote; January 13, 1973; 6 pages
2 1 15 025 A: Grover Wolf Voice autobiography, Iron Teeth, ancient cave living, buffalo hunting, Black Hills great race, gift of corn at Bear Butte, inspiration for body painting, Antelope Creek hunting site, lake-dwelling beast; Grover Wolf Voice; January 25, 1973; 10 pages
2 1 16 028 AB: Hunting, intertribal warfare, Little Bighorn battle, and family life, ca. 1800s-1950s; James Medicine Bird, Mary Red Bird, Mary Seminole, and Annie Little Bird (interviewer); February 6, 1973; 8 pages
2 1 17 032 AB: Crow-Cheyenne warfare and relationships, Little Big Horn battle, Bear tusk story, ranching, Cheyenne war scouts, Lakota-Cheyenne spirit or ghost dance, St. Labre Mission beginnings, and reservation murder incidents, 1850s-1970s; James Medicine Bird and Annie Little Bird (interviewer), February 6, 1973; 16 pages
2 1 18 039 AB: Cemeteries, hand games, dances and celebrations, and Dull Knife band’s escape, 1878-1940s; James Ant; undated (1973?); 5 pages
2 1 19 040 AB: Crow-Cheyenne relationships, family relationships, hunting, star-human relationships, 1800-1940s; Ernest King, Alex Black Horse, and Annie Little Bird (interviewer); undated (1973?); 4 pages
2 1 20 042 AB: Marriage and family and human-canine relationships; Josephine Sooktis; undated (1973?); 11 pages
2 1 21 045 AB: Ranching and law enforcement, ca. 1920s-1960s; Dan Seminole, undated (1973?); 8 pages
2 1 22 046 AB: Ranching, St. Labre School, and courtship, 1900-1930s; Josephine Limpy; undated (1973?); 7 pages

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2 1 23 047 AB: Land inheritance, leadership, Pine Ridge Reservation, and autobiography, 1879-1930s; James Atwood, Alex Black Horse and Annie Little Bird (interviewer); July 27, 1973; 10 pages
2 1 24 048 AB: Ranching, butchering, Little Bighorn battle, prostitution, family genealogies, boxing, 1876-1930s; Alex Black Horse, Mary Black Horse, Harry Little Bird, and Annie Little Bird (interviewer); undated (1973?); 7 pages
2 1 25 049 AB: Bedtime fantasy stories (family relationships); Annie Brady, undated (1973?); 5 pages
2 1 26 050 AB: Prayer, sweat lodge, and Bear Butte, leadership, and family genealogies, ca. 1900-1970s; Sarah Black Wolf, James Black Wolf, Harry Little Bird (interviewer), and Annie Little Bird (interviewer), undated (1973?); 11 pages
2 1 27 051 A: Prayer, Corn Woman, and prayer for servicemen in Vietnam, ancient era-1970s; Sarah Black Wolf, Roy Bull Coming, Harry Little Bird (interviewer); undated (1973?); 4 pages
2 1 28 052 AB: Child rearing and early reservation life, 1880s-1950s; Mary Seminole and Annie Little Bird (interviewer); undated (early 1970s); 7 pages
2 1 29 053 A: Ernest King autobiography, family genealogies, Clara Red Eagle autobiography, 1920s-1940s; Ernest King, Willis Red Eagle, Clara Red Eagle, and Annie Little ] Bird (interviewer); undated (early 1970s); 6 pages
2 1 30 056 AB: Loneliness from loss of loved one and Shoulder Blade Memorial; Frank Walks Last, Harry Little Bird, Annie Little Bird, and Daniel Pine, March, 1974; 6 pages
2 1 31 057 A: Owl story, Piegan (Siksika Blackfoot) Indians stealing horses, and child rearing, 1880s-1960s; Grace Strange Owl and Annie Little Bird (interviewer); undated (early 1970s); 3 pages
2 1 32 058 AB: Hand game songs; Hand game Club, Turkey Shoulder Blade family ceremonial; Harry Little Bird and Mr. Frank Walks Last, March 13, 1973; 3 pages
2 1 33 063 AB: Buffalo family, humans-animals great Black Hills race, and Dull Knife band’s escape, 1878-1880; Dan Seminole, March 19, 1973; 8 pages

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2 1 34 067 AB: Sacred Hat keeper selection meeting; Frank Walks Last, Charles White Dirt, Joe Little Coyote, Alex Brady, John Kills On Top, and Harry Little Bird; March 23, 1973; 7 pages
2 1 35 068 B: Chiefs’ committee budget; Joe Little Coyote and James Medicine Bird; 3 pages
2 1 36 069 AB: Sacred Hat bundle transfer; Harry Little Bird, Frank Walks Last, Josephine Limpy, Charles White Dirt, James Medicine Bird, James Black Wolf, and Alex Brady, March 28, 1973; 15 pages
2 1 37 071 A: Family life; Mary Little White Man and Annie Little Bird (interviewer); undated (1973?); 6 pages
2 1 38 073 A: Cheyenne place-names; Harry Little Bird, John Wooden Legs, James Medicine Bird, Grover Wolf Voice, Ernest King, John Kills On Top, Frank Walks Last, Alex Black Horse, and unidentified speaker, 1973; 8 pages
2 1 39 075 AB: Firearms, horses, Sweat Medicine, and Cheyenne place-names, ca. 1700-1800; Harry Little Bird, Grover Wolf Voice, Joe Little Coyote, Frank Walks Last, James Medicine Bird, Ernest King, and unidentified speaker (non-Indian); undated (1973?); 14 pages
2 1 40 077 AB: Cheyenne place-names; Joe Little Coyote, Charles Sitting Man, Harry Little Bird, John Wooden Legs, Grover Wolf Voice, James Medicine Bird, John Kills On Top, Wesley White Man, Annie Little Bird, and unidentified speaker (non-Indian); March 21, 1973; 9 pages
2 1 41 078 A: Cheyenne names for sacred objects; Harry Little Bird, Ernest King, Charles Sitting Man, John Kills On Top, John Wooden Legs, James Medicine Bird, and Grover Wolf Voice, and unidentified speaker (non-Indian); undated (1973?); 3 pages
2 1 42 087 AB: Family life and child care; Bessie Elk Shoulder and Annie Little Bird (interviewer); April 16, 1973; 8 pages
2 1 43 089 AB: Busby school life, “old grouchy white people”, land claims, and ranching, 1920s-1930s; Wesley White Man, no date (early 1970s); 7 pages
2 1 44 090 AB: John Gray autobiography, ranching, Bear Butte ceremony, naming, Jewel Spang, and medicine bags, 1900-1940s; John Gray, Wesley White Man, Harry Little Bird, undated; (1973?); 10 pages

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2 1 45 091 A: Chiefs’ meeting: Ceremonial and travel expenses; Frank Walks Last, Joe Little Coyote, James Little Bird, John Kills On Top, John Wooden Legs, Eugene Red Women, Ernest King, Roy Bull Coming, Annie Little Bird, Harry Little Bird, and unidentified speakers (Cheyenne men); April 16, 1973; 12 pages
2 1 46 092 AB: Cattle Herder killing, Sand Creek massacre, Little Bighorn battle, Spanish Influenza epidemic, and Sun Dance, 1864-1920s; Francis Bear Chum and Annie Little Bird (interviewer), April 18, 1973; 12 pages
2 1 47 093 A: Peyote; James Medicine Bird, undated (1973?); 2 pages
2 1 48 100 B: Sun Dance, 1961 and 1964; Joe Fox and Harry Little Bird (interviewer), undated (1973?)
2 1 49 106 AB: Sun Dance; James Spears, Charles White Dirt, Harry Little Bird, and Joe Little Coyote; undated (July 10, 1973?); 7 pages
2 1 50 107 A: Prayer and harmony; Frank Walks Last, Charles White Dirt, Ernest King, Joe Little Coyote, Harry Little Bird, and James Spear; July 10, 1973; 7 pages
2 1 51 108 A: Origins of Sun Dance, Sweat Lodge, and Sacred Arrow Bundle; Victor Young Bear and unidentified speaker (Cheyenne man), July 10, 1973; 7 pages
2 1 52 117 A: Sun Dance; Clara Big Head and Annie Little Bird (interviewer), undated (1973?); 2 pages
2 1 53 119 AB: Two boys with seven sacred arrows, etc. (fantasy stories); Clara Red Eagle and Willis Red Eagle, undated (1973?); 7 pages
2 1 54 126 AB: Northern/ Southern Cheyenne Chiefs; Roy Bull Coming, Katheryn (Mrs. Roy) Bull Coming, Leroy Pine, Joe Little Coyote, and unidentified speaker (interviewer); July, 1973; 10 pages
2 1 55 131 AB: Northern/ Southern Cheyenne Chiefs; Roy Night Walker, Roy Bull Coming, and Joe Little Coyote (interviewer); August 1, 1973; 7 pages

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2 1 56 132 AB: Peyote prayers for health, healing and soldiers’ safety in World War II; Katheryn (Mrs. Roy) Bull Coming; August 7, 1973; 4 pages
2 1 57 133 AB: Sun Dance and Chiefs; Katheryn (Mrs. Roy) Bull Coming; August 7, 1973; 5 pages
2 1 58 136 AB: Part 1, Chiefs, Katheryn (Mrs. Roy) Bull Coming; August 8, 1973; 6 pages
2 1 59 137 AB: Part 2, Chiefs, continued; Mary Black Horse, Julia White Dirt, and Katheryn (Mrs. Roy) Bull Coming, August 9, 1973; 7 pages
2 1 60 138 B. Part 3, Chiefs, continued; Gladys Night Walker and unidentified speakers (three Cheyenne women); August 9, 1973; 6 pages
2 1 61 141 A: Sacred Hat keeper election planning; Charles White Dirt, Joe Little Coyote, Roy Night Walker, John Wooden Legs, and Frank Walks Last; August 9, 1973; 8 pages
2 1 62 144 A: Peyote prayer and Sweat Medicine; Katheryn (Mrs. Roy) Bull Coming, Joe Little Coyote, Roy Bull Coming, Annie Little Bird; August 10, 1973; 6 pages [B: No recording.]
2 1 63 150 AB: Coal development; Ernest McManus, Tom Gardner, Edwin Dow, Ken __, Sam Cady, Walter Walladean, and unidentified speaker; undated (1973?); 15 pages
2 1 64 153 AB: Peyote prayer and World War II victory ceremonies; Roy Night Walker and Gladys Night Walker, August 14, 1973; 4 pages
2 1 65 155 AB: Healing with peyote; Francis Black Horse, August 16, 1973; 3 pages
2 1 66 166 AB: Child and family life, foods, sickness, and healing, 1920s; Gladys Bird; September 13, 1973; 4 pages

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2 1 67 172 A: Tanning hides, buckskin, beadwork, tipis, birthdays, 1930s-1940s; Mary Black Horse and unidentified speakers (Cheyenne women); November 5, 1973; 3 pages
2 1 68 173 A: Gathering/ preserving foods, wood, and water, 1930s-1940s; Mary Black Horse and Clara Big Head; November 5, 1973; 2 pages
2 1 69 188 A: Chiefs’ Council, Tribal Council, coal development, 1930s-1970s; Alonzo Spang; November 7, 1973; 8 pages
2 1 70 190 AB. Chiefs’ Council: Culture change, mixed-race members, war veterans; Joe Little Coyote, Ernest King, Frank Walks Last, Raphael Big Left Hand, Charles White Dirt, James Spear, and Leroy Pine; November 9, 1973; 10 pages
2 1 71 194 A: Feathers, designs, and personal names; Lucy Red Hat, November 13, 1973; 3 pages
2 2 1 201 AB. Coal development, John Wooden Legs, Mr. Byler, Joe Little Coyote, and James Spear, November 13, 1973; 6 pages
2 2 2 203 AB: Native American (peyote) Church healing prayers in Oklahoma, 1940s-1950s; Ernest King, Charles Sitting Man, and unidentified speaker (Cheyenne woman); January 10, 1974; 4 pages
2 2 3 204 AB. Education and self-determination; Buster McCurtain and John Wooden Legs; November 13, 1973; 6 pages
2 2 4 205 A: Marriage, liquor, and Catholic/ peyote prayer; Frank Walks Last, Flossie Walks Last, and Rose King; January 14, 1974; 7 pages
2 2 5 208 AB: Marriage, liquor, land allotment alienation, Civilian Conservation Corps, kinship, and Sun Dance/ Sweet Medicine prayer, 1900-1940s; Frank Walks Last; January 1974; 8 pages
2 2 6 209 Preparing for Southern Cheyenne chiefs’ visitation, Spanish Influenza, liquor/ disharmony, and Sun Dance prayer/ harmony; Frank Walks Last, Joe Little Coyote (interviewer), undated

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2 2 7 210 AB: Hunting, butchering, herbal medicine, and aphrodisiac (love medicine); Lucille Spear and Flossie Walks Last; January 22, 1974; 5 pages
2 2 8 213 AB: Courtship, marriage, herbal medicine, and aphrodisiac (love medicine); 1920s-1950s; January 25, 1974; 5 pages
2 2 9 215 Family life, Sun Dance, and remembrance customs of deceased loved ones, 1920s-1950s?; Gladys Bird and Annie Little Bird (interviewer), January 30, 1974; 2 pages
2 2 10 231 A: Children and family life, ghosts/ spirits, courtship, and war bonnets, 1850s?-1950s?; Charles Sitting Man, Harry Little Bird (interviewer), and Annie Little Bird (interviewer); February 20, 1974; 6 pages
2 2 11 232 A: 2 fantasy stories; Frank Walks Last, undated (early 1970s); 2 pages
2 2 12 235 AB: Courtship and teen life, 1920s-1930s, plus fantasy stories; Frank Walks Last, February 21, 1974; 5 pages
2 2 13 238 AB: Courtship and teen life, ghosts/ spirits, and Sun Dance, tipi camps, ranching, 1850s?-1930s; James Medicine Bird, Charles Sitting Man, Robert Red Fox, and Joe Little Coyote (interviewer); February 27, 1974; 11 pages
2 2 14 240 AB: Dull Knife band’s return, 1878, courtship/ marriage, Black Hills great race, twins, and animal spirits; John Gray, Charles Sitting Man, James Medicine Bird, and Joe Little Coyote (interviewer); February 28, 1974; 10 pages
2 2 15 241 A: Fantasy stories, mimicking animal calls, and Erect Horns; James Medicine Bird, John Gray, Charles Sitting Man, and Joe Little Coyote (interviewer); February 28, 1974; 6 pages
2 2 16 244 AB: Marriage and Christianity, farming, ranching, horses, Black Hills/ Rapid City flood, 1890s-1972; Charles Sitting Man, James Medicine Bird, John Gray, and Joe Little Coyote (interviewer); undated (1973?); 9 pages
2 2 17 245 AB: Liquor, crucifixion of Jesus, Sweet Medicine, Seven Arrows by Hyemeyohsts Storm, personal spirits, and sweat lodge; Charles Sitting Man, James Medicine Bird, John Gray, and Joe Little Coyote (interviewer); undated (1973?); 13 pages

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2 2 18 247 AB: Twin boys (fantasy story), child rearing, and marriage/ family life; Grace Strange Owl, undated; 6 pages
2 2 19 249 AB: Horsemanship, horse racing, and Indian horse medicine; Charles White Dirt, James Ant, Alex Black Horse, Wilson Brady, Joe Little Coyote, and unidentified speaker; March 15, 1974; 12 pages
2 2 20 251 A: Mysterious lady (fantasy story), Seven Arrows by Hyemeyohsts Storm, Indian horse medicine, and culture loss; Charles White Dirt, Charles Sitting Man, Frank Walks Last, Joe Little Coyote, James Medicine Bird, and unidentified speaker; March 15, 1974; 8 pages [B: No recording]
2 2 21 253 AB: Relationships (fantasy stories); Frank Walks Last and Joe Little Coyote (interviewer), March 25, 1974; 5 pages
2 2 22 263 AB: Two boys (fantasy story), government rations, and sheep ranching, 1920s-1930s; Dan Seminole, James Medicine Bird, and Annie Little Bird (interviewer); March 27, 1974; 6 pages
2 2 23 274 AB: Herbal medicine, Indian Reorganization Act, tribal council, Sun Dance, 1920s-1950s, Joe Little Coyote (interviewer), John Gray, Frank Walks Last, Charles Sitting Man, and James Medicine Bird; April 17, 1974; 11 pages
2 2 24 275 A: Coal development; Joe Little Coyote and John Wooden Legs; April 17, 1974; 2 pages [B: No recording]
2 2 25 276 AB: Medicine men, sweat lodge, Indian police, chiefs, Sacred Hat, bundle, and Sun Dance, 1920s-1940s; Cheyenne Law and Politics; Raphael Big Left Hand, Ruth Big Left Hand, Red Woman; and Annie Little Bird (interviewer); April 18, 1974; 13 pages
2 2 26 283 AB: Sun Dance and Native American (peyote) church; Robert Red Fox and Harry Little Bird (interviewer); April 29, 1974; 10 pages
2 2 27 284 AB: Ghost dance, Pine Ridge Reservation, Catholic Church, and Cheyenne scouts, 1870s-1900s; James Medicine Bird, Charles Sitting Man, Robert Red Fox, John Gray and Frank Walks Last; April 30, 1974; 5 pages
2 2 28 287 A: Dull Knife band’s return and Fort Robinson, 1878; Wesley White Man, Aaron White Man, and Joe Little Coyote (interviewer); May 6, 1974; 4 pages [B: No recording]

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2 2 29 292 AB: Dull Knife band’s return, Fort Robinson, horse stealing, intertribal warfare, horse racing, and ranching, 1878-1940s; Charles Sitting Man, John Gray, James Medicine Bird, and Robert Red Fox; May 9, 1974; 10 pages
2 2 30 295 AB: Bear Butte ceremony and pipe prayer; Joe Little Coyote (interviewer), Charles Whited Dirt, and Charles Sitting Man; June 12, 1974; 4 pages
2 2 31 299 AB: Herbal medicine and herbal tea; Josephine Limpy; May 16, 1974; 6 pages
2 2 32 303 AB: 1876 Great Sioux War, Cheyenne surrender, and Black Hills; Charles Sitting Man and James Medicine Bird; May 17, 1974; 5 pages
2 2 33 304 AB: Sweet Medicine, Black Hills bear cave, courtship and marriage, horses vs. vehicles (automobiles, trucks), 1910s-1970s; Charles Sitting Man and James Medicine Bird, May 17, 1974; 12 pages
2 2 34 305 AB: Gender, homosexuality (gays, lesbians), intertribal warfare, sheep rancher, prairie dogs, 1910s-1960s Charles Sitting Man and James Medicine Bird, May 17, 1974; 7 pages
2 2 35 314 Badgers, turtles (fantasy stories), herbal medicines, and peace pipe, 1920s-1950s; James Medicine Bird, Charles Sitting Man, Charles White Dirt, James Little Bird, and Joe Little Coyote (interviewer); May 23, 1974; 9 pages
2 2 36 318 [1]* AB: Traditional/ non-traditional foods (e.g. berries, buffalo, corn, deer, elk, fish, fry bread), food preparation (cooking) and food offerings (giving thanks); John Wooden Legs, James Spear, and unidentified speakers (Cheyenne man and non-Indian woman); May 28, 1974; 28 pages
2 2 37 320 [4]* AB: Sweat Medicine, Great Black Hills race, and traditional/ non-traditional foods (e.g. berries, fry bread, pemmican, tea, turtle) plus food preparation (cooking), food offerings (giving thanks), and owl and small bird/ animal beliefs/ customs (e.g. meadowlark, owl); Charles Sitting Man and Winona Fox (interviewer), May 30, 1974; 14 pages
2 2 38 321 [5] AB: Traditional/ non-traditional foods (e.g. berries, deer, dog, fry bread, tea, turtle, wild turnip), food preparation (cooking), food offerings (giving thanks), animal beliefs/customs (horse, magpie), and ghost dance/ stories (fantasy stories); James Medicine Bird, Charles Sitting Man, and Annie Little Bird (interviewer); May 31, 1974; 13 pages
2 2  39 322 [6]* AB: Herbal medicine, deerskin clothes, fire building, family life, breast feeding; James Medicine Bird, Charles Sitting Man, Charles White Dirt, Julia White Dirt, and Margaret One Bear (interviewer); June 3, 1974; 9 pages

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2 2 40 323 [7]* A: Traditional/ non-traditional foods (e.g. berries, buffalo, corn bread, deer, pemmican, wild turnip), food preparation (cooking), food customs/ hospitality, and gardens; Frank Walks Last, Flossie Walks Last, and Margaret One B2ear (interviewer); June 3, 1974; 12 pages
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2 2 41 351 AB: Traditional/ non-traditional foods (e.g. bear, berries, buffalo, chicken, horse, meadowlark, prairie dogs, rabbits, small animals), food preparation (cooking), food customs, 1890-1950s; Paul White Moon and Lucille Spear (interviewer) and Josephine Limpy and Margaret One Bear (interviewer), June 20, 1974; 14 pages
2 2 42 353 A: Traditional/ non-traditional foods (e.g. wild turnip, tea), food preparation (cooking, frozen), hunting/ food-related tools (digging sticks), Sweet Medicine, 1890-1960s; Josephine Limpy, James Little Bird, unidentified speaker (non-Indian woman)(interviewer), and Margaret One Bear (interviewer); June 20, 1974; 3 pages
2 2 43 354 AB: Traditional/ non-traditional foods (e.g. berries, buffalo, honey, tea), food preparation (cooking, frozen), hunting/ food-related tools (rifles), Sweet Medicine, 1890-1960s; Grover Wolf Voice, Mrs. Grover Wolf Voice, James Little Bird (interviewer), and unidentified speaker (non-Indian woman) (interviewer), June 20, 1974; 8 pages
2 2 44 393 AB: Cheyenne traditions, culture change, and the Catholic Church; Joe Little Coyote and unidentified speakers (non-Indian men and woman), undated; 9 pages
2 2 45 405 A: Joint meeting in English, re traditional Northern/ Southern Cheyenne organizations and federal/ state jurisdiction, by the Northern Cheyenne Research and Development Association and the Southern Cheyenne Culture Association; Roy Bull Coming, Katheryn (Mrs. Roy) Bull Coming, Francis Russell, Joe Little Coyote, and unidentified speaker (non-Indian man); July 29, 1974; 10pages
2 2 46 422 AB: Fantasy/ historical stories, re non-Indian visitors, animals, skunks, buffalo, Black Hills, Black Kettle’s camp, Dull Knife’s band; Bessie Elk Shoulder; undated (1974?); 6 pages
2 2 47 437 AB: Ghost-associated beliefs/customs (includes dogs, owls), 1920s-1950s; Frank Walks Last, Flossie Walks Last, and Margaret One Bear (interviewer; undated (1974?); 6 pages
2 2 48 463-2 AB: Community involvement in Indian education; Jake Perea and unidentified speakers (men and women, apparently both Indian and non-Indian); undated (1974?); 9 pages
2 2 49 463-4 A: Community involvement in Indian education; Jake Perea and unidentified speakers (men and women, apparently both Indian and non-Indian, including Jicarilla Apache); undated (1974?); 7 pages [B: Inaudible]
2 2 50 473 AB: Elk Scrapers Society membership, rules, and history; Charles Sitting Man, James Medicine Bird, and Margaret One Bear (interviewer); undated (1974?); 16 pages

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2 2 51 474 AB: Military societies’ relationship to Sundance, society regalia, and Elk Society purpose, rules and songs, 1920s-1960s; Charles Sitting Man, James Medicine Bird and Margaret One Bear (interviewer);  undated (1974?); 9 pages
2 - 52 476 AB: Mothers’ childcare and guidance, children’s games and play, and Native American Church peyote prayer meetings;  Frank Walks Last, Flossie Walks Last and Margaret One Bear (interviewer);  undated (1974?); 10 pages
2 2 53 484-3 AB: Discussion of Cheyenne ethics and values and U.S. society/ Christian impact; Rev. Michael Antoine, Joe Little Coyote, and Rubie Sooktis; undated (1974?); 27 pages
2 2 54 513-2 AB: Sweet Medicine and sacred pipe; Katheryn (Mrs. Roy) Bull Coming, John Russell, Roy Bull Coming, and unidentified speaker; undated (1974?);  15 pages
2 2 55 513-6 AB: Personal experiences on transmitting Cheyenne in the home, Southern Cheyenne Sun Dance traditions, 1927, and Sacred Arrow traditions, 1920s-1960s; Katheryn (Mrs. Roy) Bull Coming, John Russell (interviewer), first unidentified speaker (Southern Cheyenne woman), and second unidentified speaker (Cheyenne man?);  undated (1974?); 10 pages
2 2 56 587 AB: Stealing (rustling) cattle and personal property, hunting deer, dreams, and marriage, ca. 1880s-1920s; Paul Little Head, Mrs. Paul Little Head, and unidentified speaker (interviewer; Cheyenne man?); undated (1974?); 8 pages
2 2 57 595 AB: Judeo-Christian and Cheyenne creation stories; Vernon Sooktis, Joann Sooktis, Rubie Sooktis, and unidentified speaker (Cheyenne man?);  undated (1974?);  9 pages [AB: Inaudible, in part]
2 2 58 599 A: Background on the Indian Education Act, PL 92-318, 1960s-1970s; unidentified speakers (Cheyenne men and women?); February 5, 1976; B: Background on the Indian Education Act, PL 92-318, 1960s-1970s, continued; February 5, 1976, and February 11, 1976; 15 pages
2 2 59 603 AB: Cheyenne language, storytelling, astronomy (star study), Bear Butte, Sweat Medicine & sacred objects (Sacred Hat, Sacred Arrows, & Shiny Star), and community recreation & social dances, ca. 1900-1960s; James Medicine Bird, Charles Sitting Man, John Gray, and Robert Red Fox; undated (1974?); 12 pages
2 2 60 701 AB: Childhood/ family, school life (St. Labre School, academics, clergy, religious sisters, Catholicism, acolyte/ serving mass/ wine/ alcohol, Rev. Emmett Hoffmann), and persecution/ racism against Cheyenne speaking/ traditional/ full-blood students, 1940s-1950s; Joe Little Coyote and Doris Limberhand (interviewer); Heritage Living Center, Ashland, Montana, June 29, 2010; 25 pages
2 2 61 702 AB: Childhood/ family (child rearing/ discipline), religious home visitation, (St. Labre School, academics, clergy, religious sisters, Catholicism, acolyte/ serving mass/ wine/ alcohol), Military service (U.S. Marines, Okinawa, Vietnam, PTSD/ post-traumatic stress disorder, marijuana/ drugs/ alcohol/ beer), marriage, cultural education/ curriculum development (Dan Honani, Rev. Emmett Hoffmann, St. Labre School), 1950s-1990s; Joe Little Coyote and Doris Limberhand (interviewer); Heritage Living Center, Ashland, Montana, June 29-30, 2010; 17 pages

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2 2 62 703 AB: Courtship/ marriage, Miss Indian America, family (child rearing), Bear Butte, cultural education/ curriculum development (St. Labre School), Cheyenne/ Christian creation stories, tribal sovereignty/ self-determination, economic development/ environmental ethics/ coal development, 1960s-1980s; Joe Little Coyote and Doris Limberhand (interviewer); Heritage Living Center, Ashland, Montana, July 13, 2010; 17 pages
2 2 63 704 AB: Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council/ politics/ planning/ cultural preservation/ education, Northern-Southern Cheyenne relationships/ renewal ceremonies/ , 1960s-1980s; Joe Little Coyote and Doris Limberhand (interviewer); Hospital [Ashland Community Health Care?], Ashland, Montana, July 19-20, 2010; 13 pages
2 2 64 705 AB: History of Little Coyote property/ allotment, bear root (herbal medicine), Weasel Woman (grandmother/ teacher, born 1894 or 1895), Fort Robinson (1878), St. Labre Mission site (1887), Great Lakes ancestral homeland, Cheyenne/ Christian creation stories,  Sacred Hat Covenant/ environmental ethics/ Bear Butte, North Woman and Little Wolf & Dull Knife bands’ relocation/ escape, 1877-1878; Joe Little Coyote and Doris Limberhand (interviewer); Joe Little Coyote residence, near Ashland, Montana, August 17, 2010; 24 pages
2 2 65 Unidentified 1 AB: Prayer and talks for community & self, commitment to Cheyenne ceremonies; James Medicine Bird, Jim Black Wolf, Frank Walks Last, Willis Red Eagle, and Rufus Kills On Top; undated (1974?); 8 pages
2 2 66 Unidentified 2 B: Participation in Sun Dance, Native American Church (peyote), and Catholic Chutrch, 1960s, Joe Fox and Harry Little Bird (interviewer); undated (1974?); 2 pages
2 3 1 152 AB: Subject Information and short story; Lookwood Standing Elk; August 14, 1973; -- pages; restricted to 2054 (50 years)
2 3 2 213 A: Marriage courtships, Flossie Walks Last and Lucille Spear, January 25, 1974; -- pages; restricted to 2054 (50 years)
2 3 3 246 AB: War and humor stories; James Medicine Bird, John Gray, and Charles Sitting Man, undated; -- pages; restricted to 2054 (50 years)
2 3 4 259 Warrior Societies, Bear Butte prayers, Bisco's tame deer, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, and coal development; James Little Bird, March 27, 1974; -- pages; restricted to 2054 (50 years)
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