Natalie Curtis Burlin Center for American Culture Studies

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  1. Introduction

  2. Preserving Indian Culture

  3. Angel DeCora and Indian Art

  4. Arizona With Roosevelt

  5. Busoni's Indian Fantasy

  6. African-
    American Music

  7. Defending American Folk Music

  8. Natalie's Legacy

  9. Endnotes

  10. Readings

Works Cited
and Recommended Readings

Babcock, Barbara A. and Nancy J. Parezo. Daughters of the Desert -- Women Anthropologists and the Native American Southwest, 1 880-1980 -- An Illustrated Catalog (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1988).

Balough, Teresa. "Percy Grainger as Music Educator and International Music Pioneer." The Australian Journal of Music Education, No. 29, October 1981: 3-8.

Curtis, Natalie. The Indians' Book (New York: Dover Publications, 1968).

Hamm, Charles. Music in the New World (New York: W.W. Norton and Company, 1983).

Matthiessen, Peter. "Mesas." In Indian Country (New York: Penguin Books, 1979), 65-102.

McAnulty, Sarah. "Angel DeCora: American Artist and Educator." Nebraska History, Summer 1976: 143-199.

"Natalie Curtis." In The Southern Workman, March 1926: 127-140.

Quilter, Sarah McAnulty. "Angel DeCora Dietz -- The Art Career of a Winnebago Woman." In Perspectives: Women in Nebraska History (Nebraska Dept. of Education and Nebraska State Council for the Social Studies, 1984), 98-115.

Whiteley, Peter M. Deliberate Acts: Changing Hopi Culture through the Oraibi Split (Tucson, Arizona: The University of Arizona Press, 1988).

 

 

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