Seneca thanksgiving rituals

Collection Descriptive Notes
Chief Sundown acts as “speaker” for the two dancers; i.e., the George brothers in
recordings of Seneca Thanksgiving rituals, made in August 1959 at the Tonawanda Seneca Reservation in Western New York state by Wallace L. Chafe. The tapes form the basis of and illustrate the monograph, Seneca Thanksgiving Rituals, by Chafe (1961), Texts 1-6.1.
Collection Technical Notes
Masters were dubbed from the 3.75 ips, half-track copies sent from UC-Berkeley and lent to the LLA by Mary Druke; JJT, rec. eng., Feb. 1976. WAVE files are now converted to MP3s.
Contributor
Sundown, (Chief) Corbett; (Chief) Ellsworth George, and
Delahanty George, consultants
This collection has no playable audio.
Title Contributor Medium
Seneca thanksgiving rituals [3] Chafe, Wallace L. (researcher); Sundown, Chief Corbett (speaker); Chafe, Wallace L. (recorder) 1/4 inch audio tape
Seneca thanksgiving rituals [2] Chafe, Wallace L. (researcher); Chafe, Wallace L. (recorder); George, Chief Ellsworth (singer); George, Delahanty (singer); Sundown, Chief Corbett (speaker) 1/4 inch audio tape
Seneca thanksgiving rituals [1] Chafe, Wallace L. (researcher); Sundown, Chief Corbett (speaker); George, Chief Ellsworth (singer); George, Delahanty (singer) 1/4 inch audio tape
Seneca thanksgiving rituals (Bulletin 183, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology) Chafe, Wallace L. (author) Text
Seneca thanksgiving rituals Chafe, Wallace L. (author) Microform
see-chafe-thanksgiving-3.2 Sound
see-chafe-thanksgiving-3.1 Sound
see-chafe-thanksgiving-2.2 Sound
see-chafe-thanksgiving-2.1 Sound
see-chafe-thanksgiving-1.2 Sound
see-chafe-thanksgiving-1.1 Sound