Daniel Murray Papers, 1881-1955, 1966

Container Title
Audio 1708A
Series: Audio Recordings
Forest Spirits, Menominee
Note: Most of the sound recordings include wild sound in addition to the original interviews, etc. used in the episodes.
1708A/1
Chief Oshkosh & Sub Chiefs, I think an Indian loves a piece of land, smell of pines when you cross res line, too much welfare, food - buying chickens, rummage - patching up
1708A/2
Rhoda, interview
1708A/3
Rhoda House, Buddy Chevalie
1708A/4
Buddy Chevalie
1708A/5
[Rhoda?] Kitchen, 1973 January 7
1708A/5 (continued)
Flying lessons discussion
1708A/6
Bossee Miller, Richard Beauprey, Quentie Shawano, interview
1708A/7
Marty Boyd
1708A/8
Drumming practice, Keshena Public School
1708A/9
Drumming in gym (in synch with camera), Greg Wilber, interview
1708A/10
John Teller and Joe Teller, interview
1708A/11
V.O. synch, John Teller
1708A/12
Pow-wow at school gym
1708A/13
Helen Thunder, sync interview; Ron out on corner Roll #28
1708A/14
Helen Thunder, interview with synch sound; Bosco Miller skinning deer in basement; Bosco Miller, interview
1708A/15
Libb in kitchen making supper, interview
1708A/16
Libb Mantin on child care, interview; Mayble Brown, interview
1708A/17
Grade school kids, sound in sync interview
1708A/18
High school kids interview
1708A/19
High school kids, sync sound interview; Al sync sound interview
1708A/20
Lee Ann and Kay interview; Chummy in woods - beaver trapping
1708A/21
Chummy Moskebert? and kids; beaver trapping
1708A/22
John and Joe Teller singing a song they wrote, then into fiscal meeting at about 300
1708A/23
Fiscal meeting starts off with Theresa Jacobs
1708A/24
Meeting at Neopit gym, people asking questions to Board members
1708A/25
Day care center, sync sound
1708A/26
Glenn Besau, wild sound mill, Dusty interview, construction sync
1708A/27
Buddy Chevalier SOC (sound off camera), Vyron Duxon VO (voice over)
1708A/28
Vyion Dixon, interview; Dusty Miller, interview
1708A/29
Manely Boyd, interview; Michael Dickinson, interview
1708A/30
Michael Dickinson, interview; Mary Johnson, interview
1708A/31
Mary Johnson, interview VO (voice over)
1708A/32-37
Johnson Awatpay, interview
1708A/38
Margaret Jones, the old ways, kids then and kids today
1708A/39
Mary Fish VO (voice over); “Can't fuck up on Indian Medicine”; “When I think of Buddy Chevalie”
1708A/40
Mary Fish VO (voice over)
1708A/41
Mary Fish VO (voice over), Tobacco offerings lead-ins to Bum and Buddy; “Us Menominees - We're good people”
1708A/42-45
Bum Bum
1708A/46
Bum at beginning, Chummy at end on kids
1708A/47
Chummy - right at end, “I like the way I live”
1708A/48-49
Helen
Forest Spirits, Oneida
Physical Description: Audio (open reel) 
Note: Most of the sound recordings include wild sound in addition to the original interviews used in the episodes.
1708A/50
Oneida, Episcopal Church, Oneida singers, 1976 April 18
1708A/51
Oneida language program
1708A/52
Oneida-Menominee film project; men working land; Gary Schuller, 1976? April 19
1708A/53-54
West School Education Show, 1976? April 21
1708A/55
Oneida Heritage Show, Seymour Elementary school; Arliss and Elvira in house with kids and teaching on stage, 1976? April 22
1708A/56
Heritage Oneida Civic Center Native Language speaker
1708A/57
At Gordy's shop; at Gordy's house, interview; artifacts debating with Bill Golnick, 1976 April 23
1708A/58
At Gordy McLester's house and Bill Golnick talking about artifacts in school system; Florence Jones and Websters, 1976 April 23
1708A/59
Josephine Webster, Florence Jones discussing history in Oneida as Josephine remembers
1708A/60-62
Soaring Eagle Survival School student/teacher group session language class, 1976 April 27
1708A/63
Seymour School Board meeting room for Oneida Language class; meeting of Seymour School board
1708A/64
Soaring Eagle Survival School students with tutors in small individual groups, one on one, 1976 April 28
1708A/65
Soaring Eagle Survival School, Tony Belisteri Language Arts class; students hanging out in rec room; students explain presence, 1976 April 28
1708A/66
Chas car interview; Artly; Aaron
1708A/67
Soaring Eagle Survival School, Ches W., Aaron W., Art. SK. In van discussing problem of running away; at Civic Center with old people talking about boarding school in relation to language, 1976 April 29
1708A/68
Civic Center, older people outside interviews, 1976 April 29
1708A/69
Al Mander's class
1708A/70
Hoerning, interview with principal of De Pere school, 1976? April 30
1708A/71
West De Pere High School interview, Mr. Hoerning, track meet, 1976 April 30
1708A/71 (continued)
Home of Lorretta Ellis interview, 1976 May 1
1708A/72
Loretta Ellis (Education), 1976 May 1
1708A/72 (continued)
Sacred Heart Seminary Oneida Language Program, 1976 May 3
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Sacred Heart Seminary Oneida Language Program, 1976 May 3 (continued)
1708A/74
Winnie Thomast? home; Oneida community building; architects' meeting, 1976 May 4
1708A/75
Home of Nicholas Jourdan; Howard Cannon on Marshland Perk test; Howard Cannon in car, 1976 May 6
1708A/76
Howard Cannon in car; at home for Nicholas Jourdan; Alice Schyler, 1976 May 7
1708A/77
Oneida industrial park with Norb Hill, 1976 May 8
1708A/78
Oneida tribal meeting, regarding taking over seminary, 1976 May 10
1708A/79
Amelia Cornelius interview
1708A/80
Bar in Oneida interviews; Manders Bar High School grads, 1976 May 11
1708A/81
Manders Bar High School grads; exterior interview with Cliff Danforth
1708A/82
High school grads, interviews; Language/Heritage; basketball court with Jr. High students
1708A/83
Basketball court interviewing Jr. High Kids and Sonny King, 1976 May 12
1708A/84
Amelia Cornelius in tribal building; arrival of two men, Sandy and Al, 1976 May 19
1708A/85
Stan Webster and wife, 1976 May 19
1708A/86-87
Bill Hawk office UWGB (University of Wisconsin-Green Bay) Heritage, Orville Clark office UWGB, 1976 May 20
1708A/88
Ernie Stevens Gov. Rd. end narration; seminary public meeting, 1976 May 21
1708A/89-94
unidentified reels
1708A/95-99
unidentified reels
1708A/100-102
Seymour Language program wild track I-III, 1976 March
1708A/103-104
“Dreamers with Power,” interview from talk show
1708A/105
Ethnic Literature, “Whippoorwill” / story by Melissa Cornelius
Physical Description: Audiocassette