Sing hi... sing lo. The buffalo / produced by KQED, San Francisco for the Educational Television and Radio Center.
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Opening this program with the song "Home on the Range," Bash tells of the importance of the American buffalo to the Plains Indian and how the buffalo led the early explorers over natural passes and up easy grades as the Western migration began. She describes an Indian buffalo hunt and the ways in which the animal was used for clothing, food and shelter. Songs also include "Buffalo Boy" (sometimes called "When We Gonna Marry"), and the music later made into a popular song, "Buffalo Gals."
Kennett, Bash; Rawlings, Kathleen K.; Moore, Richard O.; KQED-TV (Television station : San Francisco, Calif.); National Educational Television and Radio Center.; Indiana University. Audio-Visual Center
Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Children's television programs.; Educational television programs.; Nonfiction television programs.
American bison; Indians of North America; Social life and customs; Children's songs, English; Folk songs, English; Folk music
Great Plains; United States
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1 film reel (approximately 15 min.) : sound, black and white ; 16 mm
Originally produced as an episode of the television program, Sing hi... sing lo in 1958.
Episode title from film canister.
Producer, Kathleen K. Rawlings; director, Richard Moore; technical director, Ken Winslow.
Gift to the IUB Libraries from Instructional Support Services.
With Bash Kennett.
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produced by KQED, San Francisco for the Educational Television and Radio Center.
- Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: 17291822; OCLC: ocn1081308663; OCLC: 1081308663
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