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Marissa Spang interviews
The collection contains 13 MiniDV tapes filmed by Marissa Spang. The tapes contain interviews and document cultural events related to Native American life on the Great Plains and were created as part of the Native American Living Cultures Archive (NALCA), a short-lived, student-centered, oral traditions project in the Native American Studies Program at Dartmouth College. The project was briefly funded by the National Science Foundation.
- Spang, Marissa, b. 1985 (Person)
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1 linear foot (1 box)
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Marissa Spang, DC 2007. 13 MiniDV tapes. The tapes document interviews and cultural events related to Native American life in the Great Plains.
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