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Title Native voices in the city
Author Chicago American Indian Oral History Pilot Project
Document Type Manuscript
Description An unpublished typescript incorporating excerpts from the 23 interviews with Indian residents of Chicago carried out by the Chicago American Oral History Pilot Project.
Names Wesaw, Leroy; Maney, Rose; Skenandore, Amy; Forcia, Floria; Krause, Clara; Fastwolf, Phyllis; DesJarlait, Peggy; Yellow Robe, Rosebud; LaMere, Willard; Chevalier, Mae; Strouse, Marlene; Powers, Ada; Mars, Rosella; Young, Claire; Dennison, Inez; Power, Susan; Penn, Cornelia; Catches, Vincent; Lim, Ann; Battise, Dan; Red Cloud, Margaret; White, Joe; Takahara, Joanette Starr
Places Chicago, Illnois, Wisconsin, South Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, United States
Keywords city, reservation, relocation, army, education, school, Bureau of Indian Affairs, employment, housing, racism, alcohol, health, medicine, social life, society, cultural assimilation, cultural institutions, language, religion, church, Christianity, children
Theme Civil Rights Movement
Tribe / Nation
Culture Area Northeast, Great Plains, Southwest, Southeast
Library The Newberry Library
Copyright The Newberry Library
Collection The Edward E. Ayer Collection
Reference Ayer Modern MS Oral History
Catalogue Link The Newberry Library Catalogue