Words And Places native literature from the american southwest
 

The Origin of the Crown Dance: An Apache Narrative
and
Ba'ts'oosee: An Apache Trickster Cycle

With Rudolph Kane

Apache man in video

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Video Credits

Larry Evers, Producer
Dennis Carr, Director
Michael Orr, Post Production Supervisor
Erwin Miller, Studio Engineer
Catherine Davenport, Translator
John Crouch & Andy Peterman, Field Engineers
Thanks to The White Mountain Apache Cultural Center, Jim Crouch & Billy Kane
In Cooperation with the University of Arizona Radio-TV-Film Bureau
© Arizona Board of Regents 1978
This program was made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities

Introduction

Part I The Origin of the Crown Dance: An Apache Narrative, with Rudolph Kane

Part II Ba' Ts' Oosee: An Apache Trickster Cycle

For Comment and Discussion (includes related readings)

By This Song I Walk: Navajo Songs | Seyewailo: The Flower World Yaqui Deer Songs | The Origin of the Crown Dance: An Apache Narrative and Ba'ts'oosee: An Apache Trickster Cycle | Iisaw: Hopi Coyote Stories & Hopi Songs | Natwaniwa: A Hopi Philosophical Statement | Running on the Edge of the Rainbow: Laguna Stories and Poems | Songs of My Hunter Heart: Laguna Songs and Poems | A Conversation with Vine Deloria, Jr. | Home