Arapaho language and culture

Title:
Arapaho language and culture
ID:
0083-Arapaho language and culture
Level:
Bundle
Genre:
Narrative
Description:
Mary Kate compares how people would handle money in the old days and how they do today. The transcription is based on a recording of Mary Kate Underwood made by Lisa Conathan on 05 October 2005 in her home on the Wind River Reservation. Her husband Edward Underwood was also present at the time of recording. The recording was made on a Sony Recording MD Walkman MZ-R700 with a Sony ECM-MS957 microphone. Recording quality is good.
Date created:
2004-10-05
Location:
North America, United States, Americas, Underwood home on Wind River Reservation
Participants:
Mary Kate Underwood (author) (participant), Lisa Conathan (translator) (participant), Alonzo Moss, Sr. (translator) (participant), Lisa Conathan (transcriber) (participant)
Languages:
Northern Arapaho
                                   
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