American Indian Oral History: Lecture by Jay Furlong

This lecture by Jay Furlong on November 7, 1975, discussed the traditions of Plains Native Americans including Buffalo Culture, Warrior Society, and the Sun Dance. Furlong also discussed the importance and history of horses and the pipe., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 00:41:23
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Abstract/Description: This lecture by Jay Furlong on November 7, 1975, discussed the traditions of Plains Native Americans including Buffalo Culture, Warrior Society, and the Sun Dance. Furlong also discussed the importance and history of horses and the pipe.
Subject(s): Oral histories (document genres)
Audiocassettes
Indians of North America
Indians of North America -- History
Indians of North America -- Interviews
Date Created: 1975-11-07

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