Samples of “a Sioux language”

Content description William Whitebelly speaks, followed by his wife (in a recording cut on an aluminum disc--probably at the University of Chicago--in the 1930’s). Note: the spelling of consultant’s name is uncertain; the identification of the speakers is given after their remarks by an unknown female voice.
Object Type PhysicalObject
Medium 1/4 inch audio tape
Notes Master is a dub made from the 10-inch, 78 rpm, aluminum disc, “Disc #2”; JJT; rec. eng., 8/28/86. “Dub JJT 8/28/86 from Bands 1-3 of Side A of disc”--from the back of the box (updated by MMM 4/21/2011)
Creation Date 1986-08-28

Belongs to these collections

Collection Title Languages Locations Contributor
Indian speech: Sioux, Hopi, Navajo Dakota, Hopi, Navajo, English United States