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Tachi Indian songs, their stories and meanings
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This collection consists of 4 typed pages of stories and words of Tachi Indian songs that are meant to accompany the record album created by the Tachis on the Santa Rosa Indian Reservation near Lemoore, California, 1940 February 23. According to the author, they are "real Indian songs." The songs were documented by White and sung by Tachi Indians, Clarence Atwell, Josie Atwell, Belle Mendoza, Nick Cisco, Tom P. Thomas, Jim Burnell and Bessie Burnell.
4 pages (1 folder)
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