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oai:indigenousguide.amphilsoc.org:10814

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Title:Interviews concerning the paintings of the Seneca artist Ernest Smith
Contributor:Fenton, William N., (William Nelson), 1908-2005
Collamer, Jeanette
Smith, Ernest
Date:1973
Description: Interviews and discussions with the Seneca artist Ernest Smith on his paintings of Seneca customs, stories, ceremonies, crafts, food preparation, and other traditional ways. Smith was a Seneca from the Tonawanda Reservation in New York state. The paintings were done in the 1930s and are presently in the Rochester Museum and Science Center in Rochester, New York. The recordings were made by William N. Fenton and his student, Jeanette Collamer, in 1973 at the museum in Rochester. The paintings are referred to on the recordings by the museum's catalog numbers for the paintings. Some of the paintings do not have assigned titles. Sound quality is fair overall, with severe distortion and prominent background noise on the final tape.
Extent:11 sound tape reels (29 hr., 41 min.)
Identifier:https://indigenousguide.amphilsoc.org/entry/10814
Language:Seneca
English
Language (ISO639):see
eng
Spatial Coverage:Rochester
Subject:Haudenosaunee
Seneca
Dance
Folklore
Food
Material culture
Rites and ceremonies
Social life and customs
Type (DCMI):Sound
Type (OLAC):primary_text

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Archive:  Indigenous Materials at the American Philosophical Society
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OaiIdentifier:  oai:indigenousguide.amphilsoc.org:10814
DateStamp:  2020-03-02
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Citation: Fenton, William N., (William Nelson), 1908-2005; Collamer, Jeanette; Smith, Ernest. 1973. Indigenous Materials at the American Philosophical Society.
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