Song of the Indian: The Pueblos People, from an anthropological perspective, Spring 1978

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Song of the Indian: The Pueblos people, from an anthropological perspective produced by Davis Britton, is part of a series of programs discussing the thought, philosophy, and music of Native Americans through informative narratives and examples of music. This specific program discusses thePueblo people of the Southwest from an anthropological perspective, including brief descriptions of their building, dress, religion, farming, and food gathering activities, Spring 1978.
Britton, Davis; KBSB
WBSB (Radio station : Bemidji, Minn.); National Federation of Community Broadcasters (U.S.)
Broadcasting, Communications; Indians of North America; Indians of North America--History; Indians of North America--Folklore; Myths; Legends; Pueblo philosophy; Pueblo architecture; Pueblo art
North America; United States; Minnesota; Bemidji
Public Broadcasting
Special Collections and University Archives
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Physical Description
7 in; 00:30:54 hh:mm:ss; 1/4" open reel tape
National Federation of Community Broadcasters (NFCB) records
Series 8, Audio Materials 1975-1986
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Access condition: public.
Other Identifiers
Fedora 2 PID: umd:725827; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/42003; Filename: bcast-072517

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