Song of the Indian: Indian verses, whiteman's values, Spring 1978
Song of the Indian: Indian verses, whiteman's values, produced by Davis Britton, is part of a series of programs discussing the thought, philosophy, and music of Native Americans through informative narratives and examples of music. This specific program observes thevalue system of Native Americans in comparison to Anglo Saxon values to consider the historical mistreatment and atrocities committed against Native Americans. The broadcast features excerpts from Charles A. Eastman's book "The Soul of the Indian, as well as writing from Gertrude Bonnin, a statement by Thomas and Julia Seton, and examples of music pertaining to the topic,Spring 1978.
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