Audio Recording Interview with Agnes Vanderburg at her camp, Flathead Indian Reservation, near Arlee, Montana, first interview, part 1
Interview with Mrs. Agnes Vanderburg, teacher, outdoor school for traditional Flathead Indian ways
About this Item
- Interview with Agnes Vanderburg at her camp, Flathead Indian Reservation, near Arlee, Montana, first interview, part 1
- Fleischhauer, Carl (Collector)
- Young, Kay, 1931- (Collector)
- Vanderburg, Agnes (Interviewee)
- Bowers, Rachel (Interviewee)
- Young, Kay, 1931- (Interviewee)
Created / Published
- near Valley Creek, Montana, July 19, 1979
- - Camps
- - Indians of North America
- - Salish Indians
- - Hides and skins
- - Flathead Indian Reservation (Mont.)
- - Tipis
- - Medicinal plants
- - Ethnography
- - Field recordings
- - Interviews
- - Sound recordings
- - United States -- Montana -- Arlee
- Field recordings
- Sound recordings
- - Index data: Part 1 of a 3-part recording at the outdoor school (also called a camp) organized by Agnes Vanderburg to teach traditional Flathead Indian Ways, near Valley Creek MT; fieldworker's notes state that there is ambient sound of wind, trucks, and a bell on a dog's collar: Agnes Vanderburg tells about the school and its history; about processing deer hide; about learning traditional ways from her parents; fieldworker's notes indicate windscreen added to microphoes at about 10 minutes elapsed time; about making tepees; about women's communal work; gathering plants; preservation of language, storytelling; plants for healing; birth and baby care, bitterroot increases milk production, food prohibitions during lactation, weaning, cutting teeth, about the umbilical cord, diapering, pulling baby teeth.
- - Note: Note 2: Fieldworker Kay Young interviewed Agnes Vanderburg on July 19, 22, and 23, 1979. On July 19, three tapes were recorded (call numbers AFC 1981/005: AFS 20471, AFS 20472, and AFS 20473), and their titles end with "first interview" and "parts 1, 2, and 3." The numbering and documentation for the two tape recordings made on July 23 and 23 was adjusted in the period following the project. The entirety of one tape was made on July 22, and the catalog record carries the call number AFC 1981/005: AFS 20474, and the field project identifier MT9-KY-R4; the handwritten log for this recording (call number: AFC 1981/005: Box 7, Folder 100, page 8; https://www.loc.gov/resource/afc1981005.afc1981005_07_100/?sp=8), carries the call number AFS 20474 (with AFS 20476 struck out) and the field project identifier MT9-KY-R6 (written over "R4"). The first 12 minutes (elapsed time) of a second tape was also made on July 22, with the remaining five minutes recorded on July 23, 1979. The machine readable data and the log for this tape (call number: AFC 1981/005: Box 7, Folder 100, page 7; https://www.loc.gov/resource/afc1981005.afc1981005_07_100/?sp=7), carry the call number AFC 1981/005: AFS 20475 and the field project identifier MT9-KY-R5. The titles for these two tapes (with AFS 20475 preceding AFS 20474) end with the phrase "second interview" and "parts 1 and 2."
- 7-inch reel
Call Number/Physical Location
- Call number: AFC 1981/005: AFS 20471
- MBRS shelflist: RXA 0957
- Field project identifier: MT9-KY-R1
- Montana Folklife Survey collection (AFC 1981/005)
- American Folklife Center
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Credit line: Montana Folklife Survey collection (AFC 1981/005), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
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Chicago citation style:
Fleischhauer, Carl, Kay Young, Agnes Vanderburg, Rachel Bowers, and Kay Young. Interview with Agnes Vanderburg at her camp, Flathead Indian Reservation, near Arlee, Montana, first interview, part 1. near Valley Creek, Montana, 1979. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1981005_afs20471/.
APA citation style:
Fleischhauer, C., Young, K., Vanderburg, A., Bowers, R. & Young, K. (1979) Interview with Agnes Vanderburg at her camp, Flathead Indian Reservation, near Arlee, Montana, first interview, part 1. near Valley Creek, Montana. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1981005_afs20471/.
MLA citation style:
Fleischhauer, Carl, et al. Interview with Agnes Vanderburg at her camp, Flathead Indian Reservation, near Arlee, Montana, first interview, part 1. near Valley Creek, Montana, 1979. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afc1981005_afs20471/>.