Languages Represented: The collection materials are in Arapaho, Cheyenne and English.
Extent: 5 items
Collection Date Range: circa 1990s
Creators: Levi Spotted Corn
Collection Identifier: LSC
Abstract: A collection of audio recordings of Arapaho songs, language classes and educational material in addition to original video footage of Arapaho Native Donald Spotted Corn, Sr. detailing his experience as a prisoner of war.
Acquisition Information: These records came to the Sam Noble Museum in 2005 and 2007 and were deposited by Levi Spotted Corn.
Access Restrictions: The materials are open for research. Contact the NALC at 405-325-3332 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cite As: [title], [catalog number], Levi Spotted Corn Collection, Sam Noble Museum Department of Native American Languages.
Collection Scope and Contents: The Levi Spotted Corn Collection is an audio and video collection centered on the Arapaho and Cheyenne languages. On the audio side are original recordings of Southern Arapaho songs and a two hour interpretation of the Arapaho language, narrated and sung by Saul Birdshead; an Arapaho language class, spoken by Levi Spotted Corn; and a late 20th century recording of Kathryn Bull Coming translating numbers from English to Arapaho. On the video side is original footage documenting Arapaho Native Donald Spotted Corn, Sr.’s experience as a prisoner of war.
|Arapaho Oral History: Donald Spotted Corn Sr.'s POW Experiences as Told to Butch Harrison, Dec. 13, 1998
|Southern Arapaho Songs
|Southern Arapaho Language Vol. 1 and 2, by Saul Birdhead
|Cheyenne Arapaho Counting
|Northern Arapaho Language Class