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Indians of North America -- Interviews

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

American Indian Oral History: Dennis Banks to Sam Moves Camp, Interview Date: late 1976, Date Digitized: 1/27/2017

Identifier: MSS0018_au080
Scope and Contents This is a recorded message from Dennis Banks for Sam Moves Camp and was made by Banks late in 1976. Banks talked about his earlier years and his lack of knowledge regarding Native American religion and the Sun Dance. Banks also described the first Sun Dance he organized. He restarted the Sun Dances for Native American people which celebrates religion, tradition, and respect. Banks ended with a few words for Sam Moves Camp and a pledge to always be a Sun Dancer.
Dates: Interview Date: late 1976; Date Digitized: 1/27/2017

American Indian Oral History: Interview with Sam Moves Camp, Interview Date: 1977 May 12, Date Digitized: 1/27/2017

Identifier: MSS0018_au079
Scope and Contents The brief interview of Sam Moves Camp was conducted by Ralph Preston on May 12, 1977. Mr. Moves Camp discussed Native American civil rights organization, the American Indian Movement (AIM). In the audio recording Mr. Moves Camp briefly shared how he felt AIM had affected all Americans and represented solidarity across differences.
Dates: Interview Date: 1977 May 12; Date Digitized: 1/27/2017