American Indian Oral History: Lecture by Roland Bradford

This lecture by Roland Bradford was held during an event in Omaha, Nebraska, on November 7, 1975. Bradford is Ogala Sioux. Bradford, a long-term staff member of Our Lady of Lourdes School, detailed his experiences working as an educator on the Pine Ridge Reservation. Bradford described his childhood and experiences growing up. He shared his observations on the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Finally, he shared Our Lady of Lourdes aims for students as well as his own teaching philosophy., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 00:37:29
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Abstract/Description: This lecture by Roland Bradford was held during an event in Omaha, Nebraska, on November 7, 1975. Bradford is Ogala Sioux. Bradford, a long-term staff member of Our Lady of Lourdes School, detailed his experiences working as an educator on the Pine Ridge Reservation. Bradford described his childhood and experiences growing up. He shared his observations on the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Finally, he shared Our Lady of Lourdes aims for students as well as his own teaching philosophy.
Subject(s): Indians of North America -- Interviews
Indians of North America
Oral histories (document genres)
Indians of North America -- History
Oglala Sioux Tribe
Date Created: 1975-11-07

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