American Indian Oral History: Interview with the Sioux Indian Board of Directors

The recording of the Sioux Indian Board of Directors at the Omaha Sioux Indian Center in Omaha, Nebraska was conducted by UNO student Emmett Hector on November 10, 1975. The first speaker was identified as Alex Lunderman, Sioux. Other identified speakers include Charles Scutter, Louie Mooncamp, Steven Greenberg. The male and female board members spoke about the Wounded Knee Trials and their plans to support their fellow American Indians in the trials for the first part of the recording including pow wows and other fundraising. The second part of the recording is a three part performance of American Indian music featuring drumming and singing. One of the songs was performed in honor of a grandson's birthday., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 00:55:08
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Abstract/Description: The recording of the Sioux Indian Board of Directors at the Omaha Sioux Indian Center in Omaha, Nebraska was conducted by UNO student Emmett Hector on November 10, 1975. The first speaker was identified as Alex Lunderman, Sioux. Other identified speakers include Charles Scutter, Louie Mooncamp, Steven Greenberg. The male and female board members spoke about the Wounded Knee Trials and their plans to support their fellow American Indians in the trials for the first part of the recording including pow wows and other fundraising. The second part of the recording is a three part performance of American Indian music featuring drumming and singing. One of the songs was performed in honor of a grandson's birthday.
Subject(s): History
Indians of North America
Indians of North America -- History
Indians of North America -- Interviews
Oglala Sioux Tribe
Rosebud Indian Reservation (S.D.)
Rosebud Sioux Tribe of the Rosebud Indian Reservation, South Dakota
Sioux Nation
Audiocassettes
Oral histories (document genres)
Date Created: 1975-11-10

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