Indian life.

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Abstract/Description: Unpublished recounting and personal history of Jesse L. Cox. Mr. Cox was interviewed by Works Progress Administration writer, A. E. Finch at Loyal Hotel, Omaha, Nebraska on the afternoon of September 5, 1941. Mr. Cox relates information about the origination and history of his tribe as well as personal accounts of the day-to-day lives of members of the tribe. Mr. Cox highlights 3 individuals who inspired him; Hiram Chase, Dr. Picotte, nee La Flesche and an un-named highly accomplished female pianist.
Subject(s): United States
Omaha Indians
Omaha (Neb.)
Indians of North America
Community life

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