Itsȧyȧʼyȧ ka Piʼswa; Nez Percé: "Coyote and Rock", a story told by Archie Phinney

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Collection Descriptive Notes
Native speaker and anthropologist Archie Phinney recites the folk tale at an unknown date and location. (He died in 1949.)
Collection Technical Notes
Phonograph record is a commercially pressed disc on the “Victor Special Record” label, issued by the Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, NJ, No. Bve 51252-2. Note: No speed was indicated on the disc, so it was just assumed to be 78 rpm. However, the speaker's voice sounds unnaturally high-pitched. USE THE EDITED VERSION of the WAVE file for what seems to be his natural voice. WAVE files are now converted to MP3s.
Contributor
Phinney, Archie, consultant
This collection has no playable audio.
Title Contributor Medium
nez-phinney-folk_tale Sound
Coyote and rock Phinney, Archie (speaker) 1/4 inch audio tape
Coyote and rock Phinney, Archie (speaker) Record