American Indian Oral History: Interview with Sterling Snake

The oral history interview of Sterling Snake was conducted by UNO student Mark A. Wohl on April 22, 1976. Snake discussed conditions on the Winnebago Reservation in Thurston County, Nebraska. Snake shared information about his personal background, religion's role in live on Native American reservations, social conditions and federal influence on reservations, and his beliefs regarding Native American self-determination., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 01:00:44
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Abstract/Description: The oral history interview of Sterling Snake was conducted by UNO student Mark A. Wohl on April 22, 1976. Snake discussed conditions on the Winnebago Reservation in Thurston County, Nebraska. Snake shared information about his personal background, religion's role in live on Native American reservations, social conditions and federal influence on reservations, and his beliefs regarding Native American self-determination.
Subject(s): Indians of North America
Indians of North America -- Interviews
Indians of North America -- History
Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska
Omaha Tribe of Nebraska
Oral histories (document genres)
Audiocassettes
Date Created: 1976-04-22

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