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Haudenosaunee | Catawba | Bororo | Hopi | Mohawk | Shawnee | Cayuga | Cherokee
Date: 1862; 1913-1996
Description: The Haudenosaunee materials in the Lounsbury Papers are vast in scope ranging from ceremonial recordings in Series VII to secondary sources in Series II to Lounsbury's own linguistic work among the Six Nations (see notes on Mohawk, Cayuga, Seneca, Oneida, and Onondaga materials.). The correspondence, in Series I, includes notes by Marius Barbeau on six Iroquoian dialects, a recording of the Condolence Ceremony recited by George Thomas, Gordon Day's work on Iroquois place names in Vermont, William Fenton's work on Iroquois-Cherokee linguistic relations, a manuscript of Mary Haas' comments on FGL's "Iroquois-Cherokee Linguistic Relations," George Harnell's work on Iroquois culture, Gunther Michelson's work on Iroquois place names, James Pendergast's study of longhouse construction and LaSalle's 1669-1670, Morris Swadesh's notes on the Caughnawaga Iroquois in Brooklyn, NY, Elisabeth Tooker on Iroquois cosmology, a manuscript of Iroquois grammar by Carl Voeglin, William Wykoff's study of Iroquois prehistory.
Collection: Floyd G. Lounsbury Papers (Mss.Ms.Coll.95)

Hopi | Huichol | Tarahumara | Tewa
Language(s): English | Hopi | Tewa
Date: 1964-1965
Extent: 14 sound tape reels (28 hr.)
Description: The recordings include names of plants, birds, reptiles, and other animals (including domesticated); costumes (including Kachina); Migration legend; place-names; kinship terms; numerals; weaving; pottery; Hopi, Huichol, and Tarahumara belts; medicine man; etc. Informants include: Frank Capella (Hopi and Tewa), Grace Chapella (Tewa), Ralph Charlie (Hopi?), George Cochase (Hopi and Tewa), Jim Kewanwytewa (Hopi), Donald Mahkewa (Tewa), Nettie Masayumptewa (Hopi?), Edmund Nequatewa (Hopi), Garnet Pavatea (Hopi?), Frank Sehma (Hopi), Henry Sheldon (Hopi), Annette Silas (Hopi), Albert Sinquah (Hopi), Dennis Sinquah (Hopi and Tewa), David Tawameiniwa (Hopi?), Joe Tevenyouma (Hopi?), Barton Wright (Hopi?), and Margaret Wright (Hopi?). Some materials in this collection may be designated as culturally sensitive and not reproducible.
Collection: Hopi and Tewa recordings (Mss.Rec.104)

Hopi
Language(s): English | Hopi
Date: 1972
Extent: 5 sound tape reels (10 hr., 36 min.) : DIGITIZED
Description: Field recordings made in 1972 at New Oraibi, Arizona, by Richard A. Swanson. Discussion of Hopi terms and concepts relating to anatomy and medicine. Includes elicitation of sentences using anatomical terms and occasional miscellaneous autobiographical anecdotes and discussion of other aspects of Hopi life. (NOTE: This material has been digitized and can be accessed online for free by users not physically at the APS Library through a login and password. Please see our Audio Access Page for information on how to request these materials.)
Collection: Hopi ethnoanatomy (Mss.Rec.95)

Hopi
Language(s): English | Hopi
Date: 1965
Genre: Interviews | Songs
Extent: 4 sound tape reels (5 hr., 17 min.)
Description: Field recordings made in Arizona in 1965. Hopi songs of a wide variety, including kachinas, clown, and corn-grinding songs, many with translation and commentary. Also includes Pan-Indian English-language "pachala" songs and discussions of different types of songs, dances, ceremonies, and subsistence activities. Portions of this collection may be restricted due to potential cultural sensitivity and privacy concerns.
Collection: Hopi Indian Songs (Mss.Rec.56)

Hopi
Language(s): Hopi | English
Date: 1954-1957
Extent: 20 sound tape reels (42 hr., 8 min.) : DIGITIZED
Description: Hopi words, phrases, texts, counting, and grammar (particles), some with English equivalents. Includes duplicates of Hopi recordings made by Carl F. Voegelin. Recorded with Hopi consultants including Willie Coin, Jimmy Kewanwaytiwa, Bennie Nuvanisa, and Albert Yava. (NOTE: This material has been digitized and can be accessed online for free by users not physically at the APS Library through a login and password. Please see our Audio Access Page for information on how to request these materials.)
Collection: Hopi and Navajo Recordings (Mss.Rec.103)

Hopi
Language(s): English | Hopi
Date: 1950
Genre: Songs
Extent: 16 min. : DIGITIZED
Description: The Hopi materials in William Fenton's "Indian Language Field Recordings" collection consists of one recording, "Hopi Buffalo Dance of Keames CaƱon," located in "Series 10: Indian Summer School Dance Program." (NOTE: This material has been digitized and can be accessed online for free by users not physically at the APS Library through a login and password. Please see our Audio Access Page for information on how to request these materials.)
Collection: Indian Language Field Recordings (Mss.Rec.138)

Hopi
Language(s): English | Hopi
Date: 1960
Genre: Songs
Extent: 10 sound tape reels (4 hr., 50 min.)
Description: Field recordings made in 1960 at Moenkopi, New Oraibi, Old Oraibi, Shupawlavi, Shongopovi, Sichomovi, Bacavi, and Hotevilla, Arizona. Numerous Hopi songs of many types, predominantly kachinas songs.
Collection: Hopi Songs (Mss.Rec.47)

Hopi | Hopi-Tewa | Tewa
Language(s): English | Hopi
Date: 1965
Extent: 3 sound tape reels (2 hr., 51 min.)
Description: Conversations regarding Hopi dance and Tewa pottery and music. Some of these materials may be restricted due cultural sensitivity and privacy considerations.
Collection: Hopi-Tewa Recordings (Mss.Rec.59)

Hopi
Language(s): English | Hopi
Date: 1968-1969
Extent: 8 sound tape reels (7 hr., 18 min.) : DIGITIZED
Description: Recorded by Carleton T. Hodge in 1968 and 1969 in Flagstaff, Arizona with the assistance of speaker and consultant Fritz Poocha. Contains autobiographical stories and descriptions of kivas, old-time hunting, and clowning given in Hopi and English; four kachinas songs; definitions of Hopi words given in Hopi; a long speech given by a Hopi elder to students; and a phrase-by-phrase translation of this speech and other autobiographical stories from Hopi to English. Portions of this collection may be restricted due to cultural sensitivity concerns.
Collection: Hopi texts (Mss.Rec.70)