Indian tales: Jaime de Angulo
Tales of the Pit River Indians as recounted by anthropologist Jaime de Angulo for KPFA in 1949. Re-edited and produced by Gui de Angulo in 1991. Contents of this reel: pt.1. The departure of the Bear family to the villages of the Cranes (13 min.) -- pt.2. Bear family wakes, calls their shadows home. They go on to visit the Hawk people (16 min.) -- pt.3. Bear family arrives at the village of Flints. Eveyone gambles, Indian style. Fox gets Flint charms (13 min.) -- pt.4. Fox gets lost, visits weasel's house. Flints help him. The Bear family arrives at the village of the Ducks, where a Big Dance is held (16 min).
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(P) Pacifica Radio Archives, 1991