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MS 446 - Curly Bear Wagner Video Collection


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Primary Creator: Wagner, Curly Bear

Extent: 22.0 Items

Date Acquired: 02/14/2008

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Repository: McCracken Research Library

Access Restrictions: McCracken Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials. Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation or publication. Contact McCracken Research Library for more information.

Acquisition Source: Curly Bear Wagner

Acquisition Method: Gift

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Fort Laramie Treaty Days - Tapes 1-20

#1 Opening—Oliver Red Cloud—Barbara Booher—Bill Eikenberry—Gary Canelaria—Louis Adams

#2 Reginald Cedar Face

#3 William Gilbert

#4 Vincent Clown—Manson Garreaux—Richard Grass

#5 Opening—Clarence Skye—Tom Yellowtail—Pat Bergie—Ula Tyler

#6 Barney Old Coyote

#7 Barney Old Coyote, Gerald Baker

#8 Alex J. Lunderman

#9 Curley Bear Wagner

#10 Gary Cundelario—Apology from National Park Service to Oliver Red Cloud—Leroy Pine

#11 Richard Williams—Oliver Red Cloud

#12 Charlotte Black Elk—Kitty Deer Nose

#13 Joe Marshall

#14 Webster Two Hawk—Richard Grass—Spiritual Blessing

#15 Opening—Tom Yellowtail—Blessing—Arapahoe Elder Discussion—Pious Moss

#16 Floyd Red Crow Westerman   

#17 Russell Loud Hawk—Richard Grass—Bunky Peoples

#18 Oliver Red Cloud—Sam Loud Hawk—Lyman Red Cloud

#19 Les Four Star

#20 Closing Ceremonies—Rod Sanders—Joe Marshall—Richard Grass

#21 Native American Plains Sign Language Conference, Browning, Montana, 1930 - Piegan Institute

#22 Blackfeet Sign Language, Browning, Montana, 1930 - National Archives

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