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Collection Details


Collection Name: Doris Duke American Indian Oral History
Repository Name: University of New Mexico. Zimmerman Library. Center for Southwest Research [Repository Details]
Repository Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Local Identifier: MSS 314 BC
URL: http://elibrary.unm.edu/oanm/NmU/nmu1%23mss314bc/nmu1%23mss314bc_m3.html
Dates Spanned: 1967-1972
Description: The collection documents oral traditions and recollections of Native Americans, 1967-1972. It contains 901 reel to reel audio tapes, 970 typed transcripts and 5 linear feet of contemporary newspaper clippings on Indian affairs. Organized into four series: I. Pueblo Interviews; II. Navajo Interviews; III. Miscellaneous Interviews; IV. Newspaper Clippings. The bulk of the material is from Navajo and Pueblo informants. Other tribes represented are from Southern California, Washington, Montana and Alaska.This collection is also known as the Doris Duke collection.
Estimated Total of Interviews: 970
Broad Subjects: Ethnic groups
ASP Subjects: Alaska; American Indian; California; Indians of North America; Montana; Navajo Indians--New Mexico; Oral history; Taos, NM; United States; Washington
Other Subjects: Acoma; Apache; Blackfeet; Cahuilla; Callam; Cheyenne; Cochiti; Diegueno; Eskimo; Hopi; Isleta; Jemez; Koyukuk; Nambe; Navajo; Nez Perce; Nunamiut; Picuris; San Filipe; San Ildefonso; San Juan; Sandia; Santa Ana; Santa Clara; Tesuque; Zia; Zuni
Collection Code: OHC0000212