Madeline S. Bill - Oral history (04/26/2015)

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Title

Madeline S. Bill - Oral history (04/26/2015)

Subject

Oral history interview with Madeline S. Bill, Western Shoshone from South Fork Reservation (Lee), NV on 04/26/2015

Description

Madeline S. Bill was born and raised in Lee, South Fork Reservation and was one of fourteen children.  She begins her oral history by telling the audience about her father and great-great grandfather Tosawihi who was also born in the Lee area.  She talks about how Tosawihi used to gather white chert from north of Carlin, NV.  She also speaks about the wagon trains and Ruby Valley Treaty (1863), and the events that occurred therein.  She also speaks about the stories that the elder Shoshone people would talk about with her.
 
Interviewed by Norm Cavanaugh

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Creator

Great Basin Indian Archives

Source

Great Basin Indian Archives - GBIA 047

Publisher

Great Basin Indian Archives

Date

04/26/2015 [26 April 2015]; 2015 April 26

Contributor

Norm Cavanaugh [interviewer]; Andrew Moore [GBIA]; Scott A. Gavorsky [VHC]; James Hedrick [GBIA/VHC]; University of Utah SYLAP [streaming video]; Great Basin College; BARRICK Gold of North America

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/342

Language

English; some Shoshone

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Norm Cavanaugh

Interviewee

Madeline S. Bill

Location

South Fork Reservation (Lee), NV [Bill residence]

Transcription

http://humanities.gbcnv.edu/omeka/admin/files/show/516

Original Format

DVD, MP4, and AVI format

Duration

00:49:04

Files

Madeline Bill picture 2.jpg
GBIA 047 Madeline S Bill 4-24-2015fn.pdf

Citation

Great Basin Indian Archives, “Madeline S. Bill - Oral history (04/26/2015),” Humanities Center at Great Basin College, accessed December 4, 2021, https://humanities.gbcnv.edu/omeka/items/show/95.

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