American Indian Oral History: Interview with Sioux Indian Center Board Members

The oral history interview board members of the Sioux Indian Center in Omaha was conducted by UNO student Linda Rudloff on April 28, 1977. Participaing board members were Jim Hogner, head spokesman, Pat Faircloth, board member, Jim Faircloth, board member, Ike Clunen (spelling?), board member, and Buddy Young, board member. Hogner began the recording sharing information about the Sioux Indian Center and its operations. The group discussed the rights and living conditions of Native Americans including operations of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, civil rights, Wounded Knee II on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, city vs. reservation life, government relocation, tribal traditions including songs and dances, and Nebraska reservations., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 01:48:37
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Abstract/Description: The oral history interview board members of the Sioux Indian Center in Omaha was conducted by UNO student Linda Rudloff on April 28, 1977. Participaing board members were Jim Hogner, head spokesman, Pat Faircloth, board member, Jim Faircloth, board member, Ike Clunen (spelling?), board member, and Buddy Young, board member. Hogner began the recording sharing information about the Sioux Indian Center and its operations. The group discussed the rights and living conditions of Native Americans including operations of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, civil rights, Wounded Knee II on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, city vs. reservation life, government relocation, tribal traditions including songs and dances, and Nebraska reservations.
Subject(s): Indians of North America
Sioux Nation
Indians of North America -- History
Indians of North America -- Interviews
Oglala Sioux Tribe
Audiocassettes
Oral histories (document genres)
Date Created: 1977-04-28

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