Interviews with Emory Sekaquaptewa (Sessions 1–3), Helen Hale, and Public Health Service Report


SIDE A: Conversation and oral history interview with Hopi councilman and craft shop owner, Emory Sekaquaptewa (Aug 23, 1967, Sessions 1–2 of 4), including an audio recording and transcript relating to early life; Hopi philosophy, history, council, academic and fictional literature; tradition and culture preservation; ceremonies and religion; schooling; youth; social structure; intertribal interactions; family and social problems; material conditions; state and federal government; community organization; economy; industry; land issues; reservation development; legal issues; language and craft.

SIDE B: Two oral history interviews and health report including audio recordings and transcripts:

  1. Continuance of oral history interview with Sekaquaptewa (Sessions 2–3 of 4) including an audio recording and transcript.
  2. Report reading by David Eyde (Aug 28, 1967) including an audio recording relating to Public Health Service Indian Hospital’s fiscal year 1967.
  3. Oral history interview with white Mormon hotel manager in Keams Canyon, Arizona, Helen Hale (Aug 1967), including an audio recording and transcript relating to Hopi politics; wearing apparel changes; religious groups; residence patterns; material improvements; employment; trading posts; child rearing; schools and separation of whites.

This file also includes material on O.E.O., P.H.S., B.I.A. and tribal politics; radical groups and hippies; military service; land trusts, disputes, conditions and livestock; oil companies and leases; inheritance patterns; marriage and descent rules; clan functions and Navajos.