Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
American Indian Oral History: Interview with Earl G. Stormo, Interview Date: 1977 April 21, Date Digitized: 2/10/2017
The oral history interview of Earl G. Stormo was conducted by UNO student Robin K. Bergensen on April 21, 1977. Stormo discussed the Indian Educational Programs at Macy on the Winnebago reservation and Santee, Nebraska. Stormo also discussed his work with a project focused on teacher training for Native Americans living on the reservation who wished to serve their community. It was a partnership with local universities.
American Indian Oral History: Interview with Eva J. Nichols, Interview Date: 1975 December 11, Date Digitized: 1/30/2017
The oral history interview of Eva J. Nichols, Director of the American Indian Center in Omaha, was conducted by UNO student Garnie Oldenkamp Peterson on December 11, 1975. Nichols discussed her experiences as director in the 1970s. She described her views on political protests, the American Indian Movement (AIM), the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Native American individuals' struggles within the educational system.
American Indian Oral History: Interview with Felix White, Sr., Interview Date: 1976 March 24, Date Digitized: 1/24/2017
The oral history interview of Felix White, Sr. was conducted by Elizabeth M. Cerra on March 24, 1976. In the interview, White shared the history, spirituality, and kin relationships that were present in the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska historically and at the time of the interview. White offered comparisons of Christianity with Native American religions and spiritual practices.
American Indian Oral History: Interview with Lydia W. Free, Interview Date: 1976 April 14, Date Digitized: 2/8/2017
The oral history interview of Lydia W. Free was conducted by Mark Wall on April 14, 1976. Free was a nurse at the Winnebago Hospital in Winnebago, Nebraska, which was part of the Indian Health Service. In this interview Free discussed the new health system, alcoholism, diabetes, and the workings of the reservation past and present.
American Indian Oral History: Interview with Ralph Preston, Interview Date: 1975 November 2, Date Digitized: 2/2/2017
The oral history interview with Ralph Preston was conducted by UNO student Sandra Baxter on November 2, 1975. Preston was a member of the Omaha tribe. Preston talked about his background and role as the Native American Student Advisor at UNO for the Minority Affairs Office. He also discussed religion, discrimination, Native American heritage and pride, urban life for native people, prejudice and racism, Native American rights, and the American Indian Movement (AIM).
American Indian Oral History: Interview with Reverend Patrick McCaslin, Interview Date: 1975 October 14, Date Digitized: 1/26/2017
American Indian Oral History: Interview with Sterling Snake, Interview Date: 1976 April 22, Date Digitized: 2/10/2017
The oral history interview of Sterling Snake was conducted by UNO student Mark A. Wohl on April 22, 1976. Snake discussed conditions on the Winnebago Reservation in Thurston County, Nebraska. Snake shared information about his personal background, religion's role in live on Native American reservations, social conditions and federal influence on reservations, and his beliefs regarding Native American self-determination.