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Where is That?

Images and Sounds from Slide Show 1

We Are Americans, Praise the Lord, performed by Bertha Houston and congregation. Recorded by Willis Laurence James at Fort Valley Georgia, July 1943. Archive of Folk Culture, American Folklife Center, Library of Congress.
Fort Valley State College Folk Festival Collection, AFS 7047a2.

Hethu'shka Song, performed by the Host Drum. Recorded by Carl Fleischhauer at the 1983 Omaha pow-wow. Macy, Nebraska. Archive of Folk Culture, American Folklife Center, Library of Congress.
Omaha Indian Music, AFC 1986/038: 0539.

Eskimo mother with child on back.

Eskimo mother with child on back. Photograph by Lomen Bros., 1906. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. Call Number: LOT 11453-2, no. 7

Mr. Henry Brooks, ex-slave.

Mr. Henry Brooks, ex-slave. Parks Ferry Road, Greene County, Georgia. Photograph by Jack Delano, May 1941. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division. Reproduction Number: LC-USF34-044286-D DLC (b&w film neg.)

mrs. Ole Tronsedth.

Mrs. Ole Tronsedth [sic], Milton, North Dakota.Photograph by John McCarthy, [189-?]. North Dakota State University Institute for Regional Studies. Fred Hultstrand History in Pictures Collection, NDIRS-NDSU, Fargo. Reproduction Number: Hult.455 (5x7 glass neg.) 2028.455

Malheur County, Oregon, Japanese-American farm worker with celery plants.

Malheur County, Oregon. Japanese-American farm worker with celery plants. Photograph by Russell Lee, July 1942. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division.Reproduction Number: LC-USF34-073682-E DLC (b&w film neg.)

Spanish-American boy, Chamisal, New Mexico.

Spanish-American boy, Chamisal, New Mexico. Photograph by Russell Lee, July 1940. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division. Reproduction Number: LC-USF33-012836-M5 DLC (b&w film neg.)

Tlingit woman named Kaw-Claa wearing her potlatch dancing costume, Alaska.

Tlingit woman named Kaw-Claa wearing her potlatch dancing costume, Alaska, 1906. Photograph by Frank H. Nowell, 1906. University of Washington Libraries. Frank H. Nowell Collection no. 316. Reproduction Number: NA2193.

Sing Lee, laundryman.

Sing Lee Silver Cliff, Colo laundryman / M. Lowe photographer Cliff Studio Silver Cliff, Colorado. Photograph by Minnie Lowe, [between 1890 and 1910]. Western History/Genealogy Department, Denver Public Library, 10 W. 14th Avenue Parkway, Denver, Colorado 80204. Reproduction Number: X-21656

Sarah Gudger, age 121.

Sarah Gudger, Age 121; Library of Congress Manuscript Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA.

 


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