Indian dance -- Southwest, New
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This is a copy of the field recordings made by Charlotte S. Johnson on the Navajo Reservation in 1963-1965. There are large segments of Navajo dialogue with English translations. The collection contains a wide range of songs and oral histories that provide an in depth view of Navajo religion, society and history.
Identifier: PAC 026
Scope and Content This collection of work by Hiester and other photographers includes work proofs, glass wet-plate negatives but is comprised mostly of stereoscopic views of New Mexico scenes, Pueblos, and Indian portraits. Many of these images have not been seen or used in the photo archives prior to the compilation of this finding aid in May of 2010, although there are some duplicates by Nicholas Brown, Melander Brothers and others. Due to the lack of accession records or inventory regarding the...
Dates: 1873 - 1878
Identifier: AC 417
Scope and Content This collection is a series of handwritten manuscripts on Indians of the Southwest. Most pages are written in English, although some are in French (Salpointe's native language) and one essay is in Spanish. Topics covered include: dances, mythology, traits, and Indian wars. He focuses on the Apache, Navajo, Papago, Zuni, and Pueblo Indian tribes.
Abstract The collection contains Native American music from San Juan, San Felipe, Laguna, Taos and Zuni Pueblos, as well as the Navajo and Hopi. The songs were recorded in the 1940s by Manuel Archuleta, of San Juan Pueblo.
Dates: ca. 1940-1970
Identifier: AC 055-P
Identifier: AC 194-P
Scope and Content Diary contains descriptions and daily observations of Southwest Indians and landscape, the Grand Canyon, and other related topics. Nicholas Roosevelt, a cousin of Theodore Roosevelt, accompanied the U.S. President on this tour of the Southwest in the summer of 1913.
Identifier: AC 559-p
Scope and Content A message from the Office of Indian Affairs encouraging Native Americans not to neglect agricultural tasks over religious and cultural tribal events. Message was prepared and signed by Commissioner Charles H. Burke, February 24, 1923. Document was printed at the Indian Print Shop, Chilocco, OK, 2-17-1923
Dates: 24 February 1923
Identifier: AC 329-p
Abstract The Yeffe Kimball Collection is a unique, one-of-a-kind cultural treasure consisting of roughly 7,000 color transparencies, 35mm slides, film strips, and mounted 3-D stereographic images of Native American and Meso-American themes and tribes.
Dates: c. 1950-c.1966; Majority of material found in c. 1955-c. 1960