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Duke Indian oral history collection and index

Books/Monographs/Book on Fiche
English
Cambridge, Massachusetts : Filmed by the General Microfilm Company, 1981
310 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm. + 16 microfilm reels (35 mm.)
  • Duke Indian oral history collection
  • University of Oklahoma western history collections

Notes

These films are a guide to location of typescript interviews. The typescripts of the interviews in the Duke University Oral History Collection were indexed before being bound. Consequently, the index cards refer to the interview number rather than the volume containing the typescript. In order to find the volume and fiche containing a specific interview the researcher must use the following guide: Locate name wanted on index cards, note interview number and page number. Go to beginning of film number 1486555. The first 17 frames of this film will give the following information: The first column lists the number of the interview, the volume containing that typescript is indicated in the second column, and the number of the microfiche is in the third column (top number on right side of fiche (i.e. 149 of 310, etc.) assigned by the University of Oklahoma). NOTE: the number under the above stated number is the fiche number and part number assigned by the Genealogical Society of Utah. Once you have the fiche number from film number 1486555 (the University of Oklahoma fiche number), look for that number (i.e. 149) in the notes area of the numbers (fiche numbers) assigned by the Genealogical Society of Utah.

For complete explanation of information, see first film of set.

There are two sets of the (index) film group. The second set is identical to the first set and should be used in the same manner as the first set.

The second set of fiche are identical to the first set. The part number on the second set corresponds to the number assigned by the Oklahoma archives which corresponds with the index fiche number.

Subjects

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