Guide to the Loran Olsen Papers 1960-1993
Cage 658

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Creator
Olsen, Loran
Title
Loran Olsen Papers
ID
Cage 658
Date [inclusive]
1960-1993
Extent
25.0 containers.
General Physical Description note
18 linear feet of shelf space.
Language
English
Abstract
Personal and professional papers, correspondence, clippings, audio and video recordings, printed items, and teaching and research materials that document Native American culture and music.

Preferred Citation note

[Item Description]. Cage 658, Loran Olsen Papers . Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

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Biographical/Historical note

From 1970 to 1993, Loran Olsen, then a member of the WSU Music faculty, did extensive research on the music of the Native peoples, chiefly of the American northwest. His varied activities included field trips to document Native traditions in Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana; the production of educational media in close collaboration with Native tradition bearers; the scholarly examination of published and unpublished written materials; collecting, editing, organizing, and documenting his own and previously existing sound recordings; developing and teaching courses in Native music at Washington State University; and giving lectures and workshops in various public forums. In addition to producing a body of primary source material, he also collected a variety of secondary materials that more broadly document the culture and life of North America's native peoples. The collection also contains records of Olsen's scholarly activities. Loran Olsen retired from Washington State University in December 1992. Since 1993 he has lived in Port Angeles, Washington, where he continues his involvement with Native Music of North America. This collection forms part of The Pacific Northwest Native American Music Archives.

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Arrangement note

The Loran Olsen collection is arranged into six series, chiefly by subject, material type and then chronologically, where possible.

Series 1, Media Projects, consists of documents relating to two media productions and is divided into subseries 1.1, Nez Perce Music, 1970-1992, and subseries 1.2, Native Music of the Northwest, 1977-1990.

Series 2, Periodical Clippings, includes regional newspaper articles on Native Americans and is divided into subseries 2.1, Nez Perce, 1970-1993, and 2.2, Miscellaneous Subjects, 1970-1993.

Series 3, Printed Material, consists of maps, sheet music, ephemeral literature, and biographical documents relating to the Nez Perce.

Series 4, Teaching and Research Material, includes research notes, classroom materials, biographical papers and Washington State University Music Department documents.

Series 5, Videotapes, consists primarily of videotape recordings of Native American cultural events, including dance, music, lectures, museum openings, and miscellaneous material. Subseries 5.1-5.12 are chiefly National Endowment for the Humanities-funded studio and field projects originally intended for broadcast and classroom use. These subseries are listed alphabetically by program, event, tribal affiliation, or geographical and anthropological affiliation, according to Dr. Olsen's taxonomy. Additional videotapes in subseries 5.13 are listed separately because this material constitutes a distinct accession. Where available, entries include location, dates, and length of recording (in brackets, in minutes and/or seconds). Some of the same tapes appear in different subseries because they were produced and used for a variety of purposes. Entries for duplicate recordings in Series 5 are noted with an asterisk.

Series 6, Audio Recordings, includes "soundsheet" duplicates of Nez Perce songs sung by "Sol" Webb and a cassette tape recording that relates to the "Nez Perce Music Archive Guide."

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries © 1997

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

This collection is open for research use.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

This archive of material relating to the culture, history, and music of the native people of Northwestern North America was donated by Dr. Loran Olsen to Washington State University in various accretions (MS 93-35, MS 93-44, MS 96-08, and MS 96-45).

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Eskimos--Social life and customs
  • Indians of North America--West (U.S.) -- Music
  • Indians of North America--West (U.S.)--Social life and customs
  • Inuit--Social life and customs
  • Kwakiutl Indians--Social life and customs
  • Lummi Indians--Social life and customs
  • Makah Indians--Social life and customs
  • Nez Percé Indians--Social life and customs
  • Pacific Northwest Native American Music Archives. waps
  • Salish Indians--Social life and customs
  • Skokomish Indians--Social life and customs
  • Swinomish Indians--Social life and customs
  • Tulalip Indians--Social life and customs

Personal Name(s)

  • Olsen, Loran --Archives

Subject(s)

  • Idaho
  • Moving Pictures
  • Native Americans
  • Oregon
  • Performing Arts
  • Sound Recordings
  • Washington (State)

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Collection Inventory

Series 1: Media Projects 

Subseries 1.1: Nez Perce Music, 1970-1992 

Box-folder

Field Recording Project: "Nez Perce Songs of Historical Significance, as Sung by Sol Webb." See Box 25, Item 243. 1971-1972 

1 / 1

Film Project. 1975 

1 / 2

Nez Perce Music Archives Lecture Series 1985-1987 

1 / 3

Guide to the Nez Perce Music Archive: Drafts, Proofsheets. 1988 

1 / 4

Guide to the Nez Perce Music Archive: Final Publication. See Box 25, Item 242, Music Archive Sampler II (cassette tape, 1992). 1989 

1 / 5

Cylinder Duplication, Library of Congress. 1989 

1 / 6

Printed Material: Events. 1972-1991 

1 / 7

Correspondence: Miscellaneous. 1970-1992 

1 / 8

Correspondence: Orders. 1989-1991 

1 / 9

Agreements, Permissions. 1971-1989 

1 / 10

Personnel. 1985 

1 / 11

Funding: "Musical Notations of Nez Perce Music." 1968-1971 

1 / 12

Budget. 1971-1974 

1 / 13

Travel and Research Expenses. 1971-1974 

2 / 14

Sabbatical Research Leave. 1971-1975 

2 / 15

Proposals, Reports. 1977-1990 

2 / 16

Financial Records. 1972-1990 

2 / 17

Funding: Nez Perce Music Archive; Grants, Proposals, Budgeting. 1971-1992 

2 / 18

Subseries 1.2: Native Music of the Northwest, 1977-1990 

Box-folder

"Hoko River Rockshelter" (Related Project). See Box 16, Tapes 146, 147. 1980-1981 

3 / 19

Correspondence: Field Museum of Natural History. 1981 

3 / 20

Reports, Critiques. 1980-1982 

3 / 21

Sabbatical Research Leave. 1985-1986 

3 / 22

Correspondence. 1977-1986 

3 / 23

Correspondence: Orders. 1982-1990 

3 / 24

Grants: Budget, Certification. 1978-1981 

3 / 25

Agreements, Permissions. 1979-1982 

3 / 26

Crew/Consultants. 1979-1982 

3 / 27

Informants: Invoices. 1979-1981 

3 / 28

Film Subcontracts. 1979-1982 

3 / 29

Printed Material: Events. 1979-1988 

4 / 30

Media Production: Miscellaneous Materials. 1978-1989 

4 / 31

Budget: "Proud Drum In the City." 1983-1987 

4 / 32

Expenditures: "Proud Drum In the City." 1986 

4 / 33

Personnel Vitae: "Proud Drum In the City." 1985-1986 

4 / 34

Planning: "Proud Drum In the City." 1985-1986 

4 / 35

Script: "Earthsong." 1987 

4 / 36

Speakers, Programs: "Follow the Teachings." 1986-1989 

4 / 37

Script Planning: "A Call to Dance." 1986 

4 / 38

Script: "A Call to Dance." undated 

4 / 39

Script (disk): "A Call to Dance." undated 

4 / 40

Grants, Project Support: "A Call to Dance." 1986-1988 

4 / 41

Planning: "A Call to Dance." 1988-1989 

4 / 42

Correspondence: "A Call to Dance." 1987-1989 

4 / 43

Expenditures: "A Call to Dance." 1988-1989 

5 / 44

Budget: "A Call to Dance." 1985-1988 

5 / 45

Grants: Correspondence, Proposals. 1977-1983 

5 / 46

Financial Records. 1978-1981 

5 / 47

Goods and Services. 1979-1982 

5 / 48

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Series 2: Periodical Clippings 

Subseries 2.1: Nez Perce, 1970-1993 

Box-folder

Music and Dance, Art, Crafts, Observances, Cultural Programs. 1970-1979 

6 / 49

History, Current Events, Rights Issues, Tribal Government. 1970-1979 

6 / 50

Archaeology. 1970-1979 

6 / 51

Education, Schools. 1970-1979 

6 / 52

Churches. 1970-1979 

6 / 53

War of 1877. 1977 

6 / 54

1877 War Centennial Series, Lewiston Morning Tribune, 1977 

6 / 55

Nez Perce Churches Newsletter. 1972 

6 / 56

Miscellaneous subjects. 1980-1989 

6 / 57

Miscellaneous subjects. 1990-1993 

6 / 58

Subseries 2.2: Miscellaneous Subjects, 1970-1993 

Box-folder

Pacific Northwest Natives: History, Current Events, Rights Issues, Cultural Preservation, Churches. 

7 / 59

North America Natives: Biography, Current Events, Rights Issues, Cultural Preservation, Churches. 

7 / 60

Biography: Pacific Northwest Natives (including Nez Perce). 

7 / 61

Subseries 2.3: North America Natives, 1970-1993 

Box-folder

Archaeology. 

7 / 62

Music and Dance. 

7 / 63

Education, Native American Studies. 

7 / 64

Pacific Northwest: History, Folklore, Geography, Archaeology. 

7 / 65

Miscellaneous Topics. 

7 / 66

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Series 3: Printed Material 

Box-folder

Sheet Music. Facsimile 1969. (Original 1891). 

7 / 67

Maps. Nineteenth-century facsimiles. 

7 / 68

Maps. 1960-1979 

7 / 69

Nez Perce Music Archive Lecture Series poster. 1986-1987 

7 / 70

Nez Perce Music Archive: Lewiston Morning Tribune, 1989 

7 / 71

Biography. 

8 / 72

Scholarly Research. 

8 / 73

Scholarly Research. 

8 / 74

Photographs and Scholarly Research. 

8 / 75

Events: Miscellaneous Subjects. 

8 / 76

Native American Publications. 

8 / 77

Native American Publications. 

8 / 78

Native American Public Broadcasting Consortium, 1983-1984 

9 / 79

Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians. 

9 / 80

Media Materials for Native American Studies. 

9 / 81

Grants: Ephemera. 

9 / 82

Ephemera. 

9 / 83

Ephemera. 

9 / 84

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Series 4: Teaching and Research Material 

Box-folder

Research Notes. Ephemera. 

10 / 85

Hastings College Employment. 1960-1963 

10 / 86

Olsen's Funding Resume. 1969-1983 

10 / 87

Career Path, Sabbaticals. ca. 1976-1991 

10 / 88

Native Music Teaching Materials. 

10 / 89

Native Music Courses: Students Papers and Evaluations. 

10 / 90

Native Music Courses: Miscellaneous Materials. 

10 / 91

Native Music Events: Lectures, Conferences, Miscellaneous. 

10 / 92

Native Music Events at WSU: Miscellaneous Materials. 

10 / 93

Native American Studies at WSU: Memoranda, Proposals, Printed Material. 

10 / 94

Native American Scholarships, Programs, Recipients. 

10 / 95

Ethnomusicology Courses, WSU. 1969-1978 

10 / 96

Grants: WSU Music Department. 1969-1980 

10 / 97

Grants: Miscellaneous. 1974 

10 / 98

Olsen-authored Materials. 

10 / 99

Agendas, Programs, Reports from Miscellaneous Projects, Meetings, Conferences. 

11 / 100

Printed Material. Loran Olsen Projects. ca. 1989 

11 / 101

The DeSmet Project: Jesuit Missionaries and the Indians of the Rocky Mountain West. 1989-1990 

11 / 102

Pilot Projects in Music Using Video Tapes, WSU Music Department. 1972 

11 / 103

"Dreamers," WSU Centennial Play by William Shephard. 1987-1989 

11 / 104

Correspondence: Library of Congress and Indiana Archives of Traditional Music. 1971-1989 

11 / 105

Correspondence: Miscellaneous. 1968-1974 

11 / 106

Correspondence: Miscellaneous. 1975-1979 

11 / 107

Correspondence: Miscellaneous. 1980-1992 

11 / 108

Bibliography: Miscellaneous. 

12 / 109

Miscellaneous: Ephemera. 

12 / 110

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Series 5: Videotapes 

Subseries 5.1: Eskimo 

Box-folder

In the Land of the War Canoes (dub from film by Bill Holm), [60]. 

13 / 111

Tooksook Bay Dancers, [60]. 4-Aug-85 

13 / 112

Subseries 5.2: Follow the Teachings 

Box-folder

Freddie's Naming Ceremony (field recordings for program), Swinomish Indian Reservation, Swinomish Tribal Center and Community Hall, La Conner, Washington, [20]. Outside; calling witnesses, songs; mother, father and godparents called; blessing of the cedar. 1988 

13 / 113

Witnesses speaking; gifts to Freddie. 

13 / 114

Inside Swinomish longhouse; Thom Hess speech; Alaska Heritage Dancers. 

13 / 115

Alaska Heritage Dancers. 

13 / 116

Selena's hair dressing; Suquamish drummers; calling witnesses. 

13 / 117

Giveaway preparations; procession; blessings. 

13 / 118

Selena's giveaway to children; dances; giveaways. Wilson Hall lectures (field recordings for program), Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, [20]. 

13 / 119

Vi Hilbert, beginning language class, 22-Mar-88 

13 / 120

Vi Hilbert teaching Lushootseed language, 1988 

13 / 121

Storytelling, Burke Museum (field recordings for program), University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, [30]. 1988 

13 / 121

Vi Hilbert; Rebecca Chamberlain; Johnny Moses. 

13 / 122

Rebecca Chamberlain, Vi Hilbert, Johnny Moses; dances. Program: 

14 / 123

"Chalath Whadik" ("Follow the Teachings") Master copy, [30]. 

14 / 124

"Chalath Whadik: A Call to Dance" (program: early version), [40].* 

14 / 125

"Chalath Whadik: A Call to Dance," [30]. * 

14 / 126

"Chalath Whadik," [30]. * 

14 / 127

"Chalath Whadik," 29 June 1989, [30]. * 

14 / 128

"Chalath Whadik," 29 June 1989, [30]. * 

14 / 129

"Chalath Whadik" (supporting segments: Freddie’s naming ceremony; Vi Hilbert; Rachel and Sun-Sun, Seattle; Johnny Moses, Shelter Bay), [30]. 

14 / 130

Subseries 5.3: Lummi Stommish 

Box-folder

Bone games; welcome by Bobby James. 16 June 1979, [20]: 

14 / 131

Welcome; Cape Fox Dancers; Children of the Setting Sun. 

14 / 132

Children of the Setting Sun (Lummi); Ferris wheel. 

14 / 133

Mother Earth Dancers (Lummi). 

15 / 134

Dancers; bone games; displays; canoes, beaches; canoe races. 

15 / 135

Subseries 5.4: Makah 

Box-folder

Bone game (slop track/work print for movie; tape broken), [60]. 

15 / 136

Bone game, Slahal (no case, first section missing), [30]. 

15 / 137

Inuit Circumpolar Conference (* number 137)/Makah Indian Songs and Dances, with Maria and Mike Parker/Makah Days, Neah Bay, Washington, [60]. (* number 145) 1978 

15 / 138

Makah (super-8 transfers)[20]. 25-Aug-81 

15 / 139

Makah (super-8 dubs)[55]. 23-Oct-81 

15 / 140

Makah Days Dances, [60]. 23-Aug-80 

15 / 141

Makah Days, (sound only), [60]. 24-Aug-85 

15 / 142

Makah Days, (sound only)/Alex Pinkham (Nez Perce), [60]. 24-Aug-85 

15 / 143

Makah Days Parade, (sound only), [60]. 24-Aug-85 

15 / 144

Makah Indian Songs and Dances, with Maria and Mike Parker/ Makah Days, Neah Bay, Washington, [60]. 1978 

16 / 145

"Hoko River Rockshelter," Olympic Peninsula, Washington,, Peter Chvany Films for Loran Olsen, WSU. [30]. (dub from 16 mm. film) See Box 3, Folder 19. 1982 

16 / 146

"Hoko River Rockshelter," Olympic Peninsula, Washington,, Peter Chvany Films for Loran Olsen, WSU. [30]. (dub from 16 mm. film)* See Box 3, Folder 19. 1982 

16 / 147

Subseries 5.5: Native Music of the Northwest Coast 

Box-folder

Alaska Native Arts Festival, [28 min. 30 sec.]/ King Island and St. Lawrence Island Eskimo Dancers, July 1977, [27]. 1976 

16 / 148

Blunden Harbour (from 1951 Robert Gardner film, Master tape), [60]. 

16 / 149

Blunden Harbour */Kwakiutl Museum Opening at Cape Mudge, [60]. 

16 / 150

Cape Mudge (B.C.), Ksan, Makah (super-8 dubs) [60]. 23-Oct-81 

16 / 151

Catch-2/ M. Youngblood interview with Joe Washington (TV dub), [60]. 

16 / 152

Circle of Song I (copied with permission of Cliff Sijohn and Native 

16 / 153

American Broadcasting Consortium), [30]. 

Box-folder

Circle of Song II, [30]. 

16 / 154

Haida Totem Pole Raising (super-8 dub)[30]. 8-Apr-83 

16 / 155

Inuit Circumpolar Conference (Master tape), [60]. Jun-77 

17 / 156

Kwakiutl Cape Mudge Dances (transfers from super-8), [60]. 

17 / 157

Kwakiutl Museum Opening at Cape Mudge, B.C. (Master tape), [31]. 29-Jun-79 

17 / 158

Kwakiutl Museum Opening at Cape Mudge, B.C., [31].* 29-Jun-79 

17 / 159

Kwakiutl Museum Opening at Cape Mudge, B.C., [31]. (* mailer) 29-Jun-79 

17 / 160

La Push, Warm Springs, Cape Mudge (super-8 dubs), [60]. 23-Oct-81 

17 / 161

Lummi Indian Music and Heritage, with Joe Washington (Master tape), [39]. 

17 / 162

Lummi Stommish Water Festival (Master tape), [59]. 16-Jun-79 

17 / 163

Makah Days (Master tape), [30 min. 30 sec.]. 22-Aug-81 

17 / 164

Makah Days, [30 min. 30 sec.].* 22-Aug-81 

17 / 165

Moses, Johnny in Bruce Palmer's Psych 333 class, [60]. 22-Mar-88 

18 / 166

Moses, Johnny in Bruce Palmer's Psych 333 class, [60]. 22-Mar-88 

18 / 167

Native Music of the Northwest--Overview (Master tape), [41 min. 23 sec]. 

18 / 168

Skokomish Salmon Ceremony (composite; Master tape), [11]. 

18 / 169

Skokomish Salmon Ceremony (dub, Native Vision IIC recording)/ Makah Senior Citizens, Washington State University dig (dubs from super-8), [6]. 4-Aug-81 

18 / 170

Skokomish Salmon Ceremony (dub from IIC recording), [10]. 18-Aug-79 

18 / 171

Skokomish Salmon Ceremony (from 16 mm. super-8), [60]. 18-Aug-79 

18 / 172

Squaxin Island Wedding (first version, Master tape), [55]. 

18 / 173

Squaxin Island Wedding, part 1, (original), [60]. 5-Aug-79 

18 / 174

Squaxin Island Wedding, part 2, (original), [60]. 5-Aug-79 

18 / 175

Swinomish Culture and Music (Master tape), [60]. 

19 / 176

Swinomish Indians (dub), [60]. 27-Feb-79 

19 / 177

Tulalip Coast Salish Pow-Wow Club at Washington State University, with Johnny Moses, [31 min. 30 sec.]. 25-Sep-81 

19 / 178

Tulalip Salmon Ceremony (Master tape), [50]. 1979 

19 / 179

Washington, Joe (Washington State University IMS studio recording)[60]. 29-Oct-79 

19 / 180

Washington, Joe (Washington State University IMS studio recording)[60]. 30-Oct-79 

19 / 181

Washington, Joe and Children of Setting Sun (Master tape)[10]. 16-Jun-79 

19 / 182

"William Shelton--A Tribute to My Father" (Master tape), [12]. 

19 / 183

"William Shelton--A Tribute to My Father," [12]. * 

19 / 184

Subseries 5.6: Plateau 

Box-folder

"Are You Serious About Music" [10]/Colville Cultural Heritage, [24]. 22-Dec-77 

19 / 185

Arlee, Johnny at KWSU TV, [30]. 18-Apr-91 

20 / 186

"Chief Joseph's Retreat Out of Yellowstone" (dub from TV program "20-20"), [60]. 12-Jan-84 

20 / 187

Flathead, Larry Parker/African Music, Michael Coolen, [60]. 17-Nov-80 

20 / 188

Indian Music, Larry Parker at Washington State University, Pullman, [60]. 1-Oct-72 

20 / 189

Ku-Au-Mah Native American Indian Association Conference, Washington State University, Social Pow-Wow and Celebration, [60]. 19-Jan-79 

20 / 190

"Nez Perce Indians" (dub from Nee Mee Poo film), [28]. 20-Nov-78 

20 / 191

Plains Indian Singing and Drumming, with Larry Parker, [60]. 17-Nov-80 

20 / 192

Plains Indian Singing and Drumming, with Larry Parker, [60].* 17-Nov-80 

20 / 193

Subseries 5.7: Southern Plains Indian Music 

Box-folder

Wahpeconiah, Ed, Dancing and Singing Demo #1, [60]. 29-Nov-79 

20 / 194

Wahpeconiah, Ed, Dancing and Singing Demo #2, [60]. 29-Nov-79 

20 / 195

Wahpeconiah, Ed, "Indian Courting Flute,"[30 min. 11 sec.]. 30-Nov-79 

21 / 196

Wahpeconiah, Ed, Teaching Native American Dances (Master tape), [54 min. 7 sec.]. 29-Nov-79 

21 / 197

Wapp, Ed, American Indian Music (Master tape), [60]. 30-Nov-79 

21 / 198

Subseries 5.8: Swinomish 

Box-folder

Dan, Bertha and Morris, Anthropology 450 lecture, "Bone Games," #1, [60]. 27-Mar-79 

21 / 199

Dan, Bertha and Morris, Anthropology 450 lecture, "Bone Games," #2, [60]. 27-Mar-79 

21 / 200

Dan, Bertha and Morris, guest lecture, "Swinomish," #1, [60]. 26-May-79 

21 / 201

Dan, Bertha and Morris, guest lecture, "Swinomish," #2, [60]. 26-May-79 

21 / 202

Dan, Bertha and Morris, "Swinomish Culture and Music," #1 (uncut) [60]. 26-Mar-79 

21 / 203

Dan Naming and Memorial, Swinomish Longhouse, #1, [60]. 18-Jan-85 

21 / 204

Dan Naming and Memorial, Swinomish Longhouse, #2, [60]. 18-Jan-85 

21 / 205

Dan Naming and Memorial, Swinomish Longhouse, Jane Wyss, 18-Jan-85 

21 / 206

Swinomish, [60], (dubs from super-8). 23-Oct-81 

22 / 207

Swinomish Bone Games, (dark), [60]. 1979 

22 / 208

Swinomish Fishtrap,, Swinomish Indian Reservation, no length given, (dub from super-8) 1979 

22 / 209

Subseries 5.9: Tulalip Coast Salish Pow-Wow 

Box-folder

Tulalip Coast Salish Pow-Wow Club (rehearsal with Johnny Moses), Tulalip Indian Reservation, Marysville, Washington, [30] (dark). 8-Jun-81 

22 / 210

Subseries 5.10: Tulalip Salmon Ceremony, [20]. 9-Jun-79 

Box-folder

Opening welcome, remarks by Cyrus James, Vi Hilbert. 

22 / 211

Inside longhouse, speeches by Jones, Williams, Dan, Dover. 

22 / 212

Procession; blessing of fishermen. 

22 / 213

Bringing salmon into longhouse; meal in community hall. 

22 / 214

People eating; cutaways. 

22 / 215

Longhouse; food burning; returning salmon bones to sea. 

22 / 216

Beach shots; cutaways. 

22 / 217

Subseries 5.11: William A. Shelton- A Tribute to My Father 

Box-folder

"William Shelton--A Tribute to My Father," (field recording for program), with Harriet Shelton Dover, Tulalip Indian Reservation, [60]. 13-Aug-80 

23 / 218

Subseries 5.12: Miscellaneous 

Box-folder

Black Music #1, Bryan Hall Auditorium, Washington State University, Pullman, [60]. 17-Feb-80 

23 / 219

Black Music #2, Bryan Hall Auditorium, Washington State University, Pullman, [60]. 17-Feb-80 

23 / 220

Coolen, Michael, African Dances, [60]. 17-Jan-80 

23 / 221

"Indian Self-Rule, A Problem of History," (dub from film by Selma Thomas), (no length given, undated). 

23 / 222

"Indian Self-Rule, A Problem of History,"* (for NEA), [9 min. 30 sec.]/ Tulalip Coast Salish Pow-Wow Club, [4 min. 30 sec.]/Tulalip Salmon Ceremony, [5]. (excerpts, all undated, total: [20]). 

23 / 223

"Indian Self-Rule, A Problem of History"/Tulalip Coast Salish Pow-Wow Club/ Tulalip Salmon Ceremony, (excerpts, all undated), [20].* 

23 / 224

Ksan, Warm Springs, Tulalip Schools (undated, super-8 dubs), [60]. 

23 / 225

Noble, Weston, blending summer choir, Washington State University Music Department, [60]. 23-Jul-81 

23 / 226

Noble, Weston, directing summer band, Washington State University Music Department, (no length given). Jul-81 

23 / 227

Subseries 5.13: Nez Perce and Events 

Box-folder

"A Monument" and Indian Dance, Kaka Schools, (dub). 9-Dec-77 

24 / 228

"A Monument" and Indian Dance, Kaka Schools, (VHS dub). 9-Dec-77 

24 / 229

Brandt, William, Indian Dance, CUB Auditorium, 15-Dec-73 

24 / 230

Brandt, William, Indian Dance, CUB Auditorium, (VHS dup), [54]. 15-Dec-73 

24 / 231

"Grand Finale," (dub). 19-Dec-77 

24 / 232

Makah Music and Inuit Circumpolar Conference (dup). 

24 / 233

Makah Music and Inuit Circumpolar Conference (VHS dup), [59]. 

24 / 234

Nanpooya, Ed, Indian Music, [35-40]. 27-Sep 

24 / 235

Native Arts Festival, (dup). 1976 

24 / 236

Native Arts Festival, (VHS dup.), [30]. 1976 

24 / 237

Nez Perce, Bouffiou #1, 2-Dec-70 

24 / 238

Nez Perce, Bouffiou #1, (VHS dup.), [60]. 2-Dec-70 

24 / 239

Nez Perce, Bouffiou #2, 2-Dec-70 

24 / 240

Nez Perce, Bouffiou #2, (VHS dup.), [24]. 2-Dec-70 

25 / 241

Nez Perce, Indian Songs, Holland 39, [60]. 2-Aug-72 

25 / 242

Nez Perce, Indian Songs, Holland 39, (VHS dup), [60]. 2-Aug-72 

25 / 243

Nez Perce Music #1, CUB, 24-Mar-72 

25 / 244

Nez Perce Music #1, CUB, (VHS dup.). 24-Mar-72 

25 / 245

Nez Perce Music #2, CUB, [50]. 24-Mar-72 

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Nez Perce Music #1, #2, CUB, [120]. 24-Mar-72 

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Parker, Larry, Indian Music, [60]. 1-Oct-72 

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Pinkham, Alex, discussion with, Holland 39, 1-Aug-72 

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"Totem Raising and Kaka Potlatch," (dub). 19-Dec-77 

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"Totem Raising and Kaka Potlatch," (VHS dup.), [59]. 19-Dec-77 

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Series 6: Audio Recordings 

Box-folder

Cassette tape, Loran Olsen's "Nez Perce Music Archive Sampler II: Songs from the War Dance Complex." Companion to Guide to the Nez Perce Music Archive. See Box 1, Folder 5, Guide to the Nez Perce Music Archive, 1989. 

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Soundsheets (20 sheets, 9 songs at 33 1/3 rpm), "Nez Perce Songs of Historical Significance, as sung by Sol Webb," See Box 1, Folder 1, Nez Perce Music Archive, 1971-1972. Mar-72 

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