Janey Blackeye-Bryan and Shasta Blackeye-Adair - Oral history (08/01/2017)

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Title

Janey Blackeye-Bryan and Shasta Blackeye-Adair - Oral history (08/01/2017)

Subject

Oral history interview with Janey Blackeye-Bryan and Shasta Blackeye-Adair, Western Shoshone from Duckwater, NV, on 08/01/2017

Description

In Janey Blackeye-Bryan and Shasta Blackeye-Adair’s second presentation to the Shoshone Community Language Initiative (SCLI) program at Great Basin College they continue to talk about their history and the traditions of the Western Shoshone. They begin by singing a Shoshone Honor song that was created by their father/grandfather Willie Blackeye from Duckwater reservation, NV. Then they move onto express the importance of the language program and moreover how important it is to stay in school and stay strong like our ancestors use to.
 
Presented at the 2017 Shoshone Community Language Initiative summer youth program (SCLI 17).

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Transcript pending

Creator

Great Basin Indian Archives

Source

Great Basin Indian Archives - GBIA 66

Publisher

Great Basin Indian Archives

Date

08/01/2017 [01 August 2017]; 2017 August 01

Contributor

James Hedrick [interviewer]; James Hedrick [GBIA/VHC]; University of Utah SYLAP [streaming video]; Great Basin College; BARRICK

Rights

Non-commercial scholarly and educational use only. Not to be reproduced or published without express permission. All rights reserved. Great Basin Indian Archives © 2017.
Consent form on file (administrator access only): http://humanities.gbcnv.edu/omeka/admin/items/show/407

Language

English; some Shoshoni

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

James Hedrick

Interviewee

Janey Blackeye-Bryan and Shasta Blackeye-Adair

Location

Great Basin College (Elko, NV)

Transcription

Transcription in progress

Original Format

MP4

Duration

00:59:30

Files

Citation

Great Basin Indian Archives, “Janey Blackeye-Bryan and Shasta Blackeye-Adair - Oral history (08/01/2017),” Virtual Humanities Center at Great Basin College, accessed November 25, 2017, http://humanities.gbcnv.edu/omeka/items/show/406.