Speech-relation among the Laplata and Amasonas.
Includes music on the lu sen, drums, and bull horns. Also includes singing.
This collection consists of one Video8 cassette which contains a recording of Geraldine L. "Jerrie" Mock's speech at the graduation ceremony for the Orientation to Nontraditional Occupations for Women program at Licking County Joint Vocational School in Newark, Ohio as well as three news clippings.
This collection, which dates from 1838-1898, contains nine pamphlets and one booklet. The materials cover various subjects relating to African-Americans, including civil rights, education, the Civil War draft and services for freedmen. Several of the pamphlets contain speeches by Frederick Douglass.
Also The Paradigm A or Wa - table showing use of, 4 pages; Iroquoian vocabulary, 9 pages; miscellaneous notes.
Onondaga text only, with interlinear translation in red ink, on temperance and related matters.
Also a new phonetic alphabet consisting of geometrical figures based upon this analysis.
These records include copies of S. Dillon Ripley's speeches made between 1964 and 1968; a tape recording of a speech made at the American Association of Museums (AAM) in San Antonio, Texas, on June 14, 1984; and copies of Secretary Ripley's comments, "The View from the Castle" written for the Smithsonian magazine, December 1970-September ...