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Interview

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 372 Collections and/or Records:

Aboha anutaka, 2008-01-29

 Item
Identifier: NALC-CHA-010.001
Scope and Contents Audio recording of Paula Wilson Carney, Choctaw elder, in which she recounts her experience growing up on a farm with her grandmother. Told in the traditional Choctaw language. English and Choctaw transcription and translation components prepared by Eveline Steele, Choctaw language consultant.

Aboha anutaka (transcription), 2008-01-29

 Item
Identifier: NALC-CHA-010.002
Scope and Contents Transcription of an audio recording of Paula Wilson Carney, Choctaw elder, in which she recounts her experience growing up on a farm with her grandmother. Told in the traditional Choctaw language. English and Choctaw transcription and translation components prepared by Eveline Steele, Choctaw language consultant.

Aboha kvllo chito (transcription), 2008-01-29

 Item
Identifier: NALC-CHA-012
Scope and Contents Transcription of an audio recording of Bob Ludlow, Choctaw elder, in which he describes his experience working at the prison in Hodgin, Oklahoma. Told in the traditional Choctaw language. English and Choctaw transcription and translation components prepared by Eveline Steele, Choctaw language consultant.

Audio interview with members of the Choctaw dictionary committee by members of the Cherokee Nation, 2008-01-30

 Item
Identifier: NALC-CHA-002.001
Scope and Contents Audio interview with members of the Choctaw dictionary committee by members of the Cherokee Nation. Speakers include Paula Carney, Lillie Jessie, Abe Frazier, and Bob Ludlow.

Audio interview with members of the Choctaw dictionary committee by members of the Cherokee Nation (transcription), 2008-01-30

 Item
Identifier: NALC-CHA-002.002
Scope and Contents Transcription of an audio interview with members of the Choctaw dictionary committee by members of the Cherokee Nation. Speakers include Paula Carney, Lillie Jessie, Abe Frazier, and Bob Ludlow. Transcription and translation components in English and Choctaw prepared by Dorothy Gibson-Van Horn.

Ayuka aiasha, 2008

 Item
Identifier: NALC-CHA-013
Scope and Contents Audio recording of Bob Ludlow, Choctaw elder, in which he discusses the "ayuka aiasha." Told in the traditional Choctaw language.

Banaha ikbi and tansh hauwashko, 2008-01-29

 Item
Identifier: NALC-CHA-009.001
Scope and Contents Audio recording of recipes for making "banaha," the traditional bread of the Choctaw people, and another traditional bread ("Tansh Hauwashko"), featuing Choctaw elders Paula Wilson Carney. Told in the traditional Choctaw language. English and Choctaw transcription and translation components prepared by Eveline Steele, Choctaw language consultant.

Banaha ikbi and tansh hauwashko (transcription), 2008-01-29

 Item
Identifier: NALC-CHA-009.002
Scope and Contents Transcription of an audio recording of recipes for making "banaha," the traditional bread of the Choctaw people, and another traditional bread ("Tansh Hauwashko"), featuing Choctaw elders Paula Wilson Carney. Told in the traditional Choctaw language. English and Choctaw transcription and translation components prepared by Eveline Steele, Choctaw language consultant.

Billy Proctor Collection

 Collection
Identifier: NALC-BPR
Overview The Billy Proctor Collection contains audio recordings documenting the Quapaw language. It consists of songs, stories, interviews, vocabulary lessons, and prayers and features the voices of Quapaw elders and linguist Robert Rankin.

Boarding school days, 2008-01-31

 Item
Identifier: NALC-CHA-020.001
Scope and Contents Audio recording of Henry Willis, Choctaw elder, in which he tells the story of the Great Depression or "big hunger." Additional Choctaw elder speakers include Eveline Steele, Paula Carney, and Rebecca Nahwooksy. Told in the traditional Choctaw language.