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Indians in popular culture.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

By the Waters of Minnetonka, 1915

Identifier: 1979.028.4
Scope and Contents "By the Waters of Minnetonka (An Indian Love Song)." Copyright Theo Presser Co.
Dates: Copyright: 1915

By the Waters of Minnetonka, 1918

Identifier: 1979.028.4
Scope and Contents "By the Waters of Mionnetonka (An Indian Love Song)." Copyright Theodore Presser Co.
Dates: Copyright: 1918

Dime Novel Library, 1861-1920

Identifier: 1970-001
Content Description A broad collection of dime novels and story papers offering examples of the development of popular culture, as well as depictions of Native Americans in the era. The 4000-plus dime novels in our collection, these valuable pieces capture the beginnings of American popular culture. Although in the modern age “dime novel” has become a term to describe any quickly written, lurid potboiler and as such is generally used as a pejorative to describe a sensationalized yet superficial piece of written...
Dates: 1861 - 1920

Four American Indian Songs, 1909

Identifier: 1979.028.OVRSZ 1
Scope and Contents "Four American Indian Songs." Founded upon tribal melodies. Dedicated to Miss Alice Cunningham Fletcher. Copyright White-Smith Music Publishing Company.
Dates: Copyright: 1909

Indian Love Call, 1924

Identifier: 1979.028.2
Scope and Contents "Indian Love Call." Arthur Hammerstein presents "Rose-Marie, a musical play." Book and lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein; music by Rudolf Friml and Herbert Stothart. Copyright Harms, Inc.
Dates: Copyright: 1924

Joseph T. McCaddon collection of Buffalo Bill and Pawnee Bill papers, 1881-1919

Identifier: 1979-005
Scope and Contents Consists of business correspondence, documents, and photographs relating to Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Included in the collection are documents relating to Pawnee Bill's (Gordon W. Lillie) Old Town and Great Far East Show, a proposed radio program, "The Last of the Frontier Scouts," and photographs.
Dates: 1881 - 1919

Ten Little Indians, 1868

Identifier: 1979.028.OVRSZ 1
Scope and Contents "Ten Little Indians." A comic song and chorus. Published by Sep. Winner.
Dates: Copyright: 1868