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Doris Duke American Indian Research Project Vermillion, South Dakota, United States. The American Indian Research Project (AIRP) contains over 1,900 taped interviews, 70 percent of which were gathered in the field between 1967 and 1973. One of six original university oral history projects funded by the Doris Duke Foundation, each project's primary goal was to collect the history of American Indian people from their perspective. [View Collection Details] [View Repository Details]

Doris Duke South Dakota Oral History Project Vermillion, South Dakota, United States. In 1970, the South Dakota State Legislature allocated funds to establish the South Dakota Oral History Project (SDOHP). For the SDOHP, interviews were recorded in every county in South Dakota, specifically with South Dakotans who recalled events before and around 1900. Interviewers in the field amassed a collection of over 2,450 taped interviews between 1970 and 1977. Currently this collection contains 3,025 interviews. [View Collection Details] [View Repository Details]