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oai:indigenousguide.amphilsoc.org:10816

Metadata
Title:Seneca texts relating to the Green Corn Ceremony; An origin of the False Faces
Contributor:Fenton, William N., (William Nelson), 1908-2005
Redeye, Clara
Redeye, Sherman
Date:1948
Description: Seneca texts relating to the Green Corn Ceremony and Chant of Handsome Lake, given by Sherman Redeye, and an origin of the False Faces, given by Clara Redeye. Recorded in September 1948 at Coldspring Longhouse, Allegany Reservation, New York. These tapes are identified by William Fenton as "originals or copies of recordings made for the Library of Congress: Nos. 21322, 21324." These recordings are restricted due to cultural sensitivity concerns.
Extent:2 sound tape reels (48 min.)
Identifier:https://indigenousguide.amphilsoc.org/entry/10816
Language:Seneca
English
Language (ISO639):see
eng
Spatial Coverage:Allegany
Subject:Haudenosaunee
Seneca
Religion
Rites and ceremonies
Type (DCMI):Sound
Type (OLAC):primary_text

OLAC Info

Archive:  Indigenous Materials at the American Philosophical Society
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OaiIdentifier:  oai:indigenousguide.amphilsoc.org:10816
DateStamp:  2020-03-02
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Citation: Fenton, William N., (William Nelson), 1908-2005; Redeye, Clara; Redeye, Sherman. 1948. Indigenous Materials at the American Philosophical Society.
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