University of Minnesota Duluth
 
 
myUMD | Search | People | Departments | Events | News

Envelope: E-mail Tim Roufs
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

extended search

 

Flying Bird Image

When Everybody Called Me Gah-bay-bi-nayss,
"Forever-Flying-Bird":
An Ethnographic Biography of
Paul Peter Buffalo

Timothy G. Roufs
University of Minnesota Duluth

a note on tenses
a note on style

orignal tapes information

Table of Contents

HomePage

to top of page / A/Z index   to top of page / A-Z index


 

Buffalo Image

Paul Buffalo Interviews Index

L

video and audiotape index: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
This is an index of the hardcopy transcripts, not the 0n-line chapters.
Index numbers refer only to where a discussion starts, or resumes.

tape number:
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
76 77 78 79 80 81 82 (videotape)

labor 01-07
lacrosse 08-94, 13-71, 13-72, 54-01, 81-24, 81-30, 81-32
lakes 13-04, 68-27, 78-45, see also "nature," "water," and individual lakes
Lake Superior 67-09, 35-23
Lake Vermillion see "Vermillion Lake"
land 11-19 (claims), 13-11, 13-14, 13-81, 13-116 (claims), 32-20, 34-11, 34-12, 35-01, 43-31, 45-48, 48-01 ff, 50-14, 55-11, 62-26, 65-15, 66-25, 67-24, 67-25, 73-31, 73-36, 78-08, 78-47, 80-19
language 08-74, 08-79, 13-78, 13-114, 15-43, 17-01, 26-06, 42-09, 44-14, 47-26, 51-10, 53-22, 55-20, 60-14, 68-30, 69-23, 71-07, 78-14, 79-43, 80-24, 81-06 (cf., 08-79) , 81-07, 81-27, 81-30, 57-20, see also "talking" and "translating"
lard 66-12
laughing (at people) 22-36
law 08-35, 12-73, 15-34, 16-09, 18-24, 18-25, 18-26, 18-27, 34-12, 62-27, 80-20
lawyers 08-67
leaders / leadership ling, "voice," 08-69 (see "chiefs"), 10-65 (see "chiefs"), 13-55, 13-59 (heroes, leaders, etc.), 13-63 (council men), 20-25 (Paul Buffalo on council), 20-31 (Frank Broker; council; deligate), 21-32 (king), 31-21 (ricing scouts and leaders), 32-16 (voting; younger leaders), 43-32 (Pezeke and government), 44-02 (Pezeke; general characteristics), 73-25 (Paul Buffalo = "one with mouth"; smoke-meeting, ling; council, ling; speakers nervous), 79-23 ("village"; song leader), 80-34 (see "chiefs"), 80-36 (see "chiefs"), 81-01 (ling, general council; local councils; community), 81-11 (original reorganization; Ball Club Council reorganization, original, 1930s; ling, meeting; advisory; 0-bii-zIn-dan = listener; vote; Ed Wilson; talking in council, also could talk), 81-15, see also "chiefs," "advisors," and "speakers"
leaving 03-01
lectures 01-04 (listened to old Indian lectures; watched), 01-09 (Paul Buffalo as lecturer; body as motor; talk to children; started thinking when old man, etc., talked to him), 06-30 (way they used to talk, now talk on one subject in straight line), 06-31 (chief's speech, going to vanish; 1918 realized could use the words; "Strong Cloud" from Bena; intermarriages), 06-35 (lecturing marriage couple), 08-55 (campfire lectures), 10-12 (respect, talking to children; others seeing you life a good life; life to be old; can't take it with you; look forward to saying you done well after you're gone; money, never get enough; if you life a decent life you won't starve; join the discussions), 12-24 (talking with friend about campfire lectures; didn't want money for preaching; wanted life to be good life; and tell your children; lecturing children), 12-25, 12-33 (admit faults; own eyes, etc., I can't be there to tell you that; bell; got in the habit of asking questions; commandments, you're not living alone; live decent life; admit wrong; John Smith; liquor; overdoing; believe in something; you can go by lectures; power), 13-95, 14-11 (school because couldn't learn all by lectures in modern time; laughing shows you don't have interest; education; lectures are starts, never quit; respect other guy; friends), 31-02 (lectures at campfire inside the wigwam; general; predictions; younger class respected them), 35-07 (missionaries), 43-02 (lectures; young growth coming into the world; experience of older class; meet the world, one an dall; love one another; explain historical part of your life; listening to lectures allows avoiding danger spots, ice is weak; left wigwam in storm to get breadfast; natural resources; prepare food for rainy day), 48-18 (Paul Buffalo talking to young folks; a lecture to young people is like shaking up the plant to make it grow; value of lecturing), 56-25 (sending children outside from winter lectures; play shu-shu-may), 68-16 (gaa-bii-baa-gIt; "Whites put everything in books"; people from old country don't lecture, they do everything by books), 77-16 (Paul Buffalo uses father and mother's words; crisis in the world because they don't lecture any more; putting lectures on paper; practice lecturing), see also "campfire talks," "sermons," "speaker / speaking," "speeches"
Leech Lake 10-38, 12-71, 20-30, 35-27, 49-08, 63-37, 67-21, 68-28, 70-08, 77-15
Leech and Mississippi [River] Forks 05-09 (John Smith; childhood), 05-15 (mill; dead-heads; travel; channel; steamboats; game; trip), 09-01 (settlers; going to school), 09-27 (Barnes; cattle; hay), 53-01 (lumber days), 67-25 (wild hay; "establishing" area), 70-12 (White Oak birth), 70-19 (spirits, 36-10), 76-01 (renting boat; 40-01; spirits; claim--home), 78-43 (land), 80-40 ("Nason Village"), see also "Mississippi Forks"
Leech River 14-73 (gardening; haying; medicine), 62-23 (by John Smith's place; selling furs at Federal Dam), 62-37 (Buffalo and Crow's place by Federal Dam), 63-04 (Jack Nason's place), see also "Leech and Mississippi [River] Forks" and "Mississippi Forks"
Legal Services 65-02
legends 52-30, 60-11, 68-01, 68-10 see also "myths," and "stories"
letters 15-03, 77-17
life cycle 14-11, 69-02, see also "birth," "death," "initiation rites," "rites of passage," "marriage"
life 01-04 (path of), 01-05, 03-02, 03-03, 05-04, 05-05, 05-08, 07-20 (others), 22-35, 22-36, 37-21, 37-24 (Indian way), 38-01 (history), 43-01 (history), 43-08 (way of), 43-08 (history), 51-07, 76-38, 80-12, see also "Road of Life"
life histories 75-11, 80-16, 81-36, 82-01
light 13-02 ff, 13-13, 13-19, see also "sun," and "moon"
lightning 10-34, 62-03
Limbo 69-03
"lime food" 13-81, 77-14, see also "fish"
limits 05-05, 14-130
linguistics see "language"
liquor see "alcohol"
"little people" 27-63, 42-06, see also "brown-ees," and "dwarfs"
Littlewolf 56-08, 56-11
loans 78-13
"lobster" see "crayfish"
Local Councils 32-07, see also "council"
log cabins (and houses) 51-27, 59-20, 66-32, 72-24
logging / loggers 05-11, 05-14, 05-15, 06-03 to 06-13, 08-54, 08-64, 09-03, 09-04, 09-11, 11-60, 18-23, 19-17, 19-18, 19-19, 20-14, 27-31, 35-03, 45-45, 48-04, 51-49, 53-01, 53-05, 56-03, 56-08, 61-26, 62-06, 62-37, 66-13, 77-09, 78-04, 78-21, 81-24, 82-03, see also "lumberjcks," and "lumber camps"
logging rafts 62-15
loners 55-26
lonesome 07-12
loons 10-17, 67-24, 80-07
Losh [sp?], Walter 70-03
loss, cultural see "cultural loss"
lost tribes 10-53
love 17-50, 48-18, 75-18
Loveless, Nancy 65-28
love medicine 14-107, 75-18, 76-34, see also "medicine"
luck 79-29, 79-30, 79-35
lumber camps 01-08, 01-09, 05-11, 35-01, 41-01, 41-15, 57-29, 59-09, 66-13, 66-14, 66-24, 70-02, 78-01, 80-30, see also "logging"
lumberjacks 28-02 ff to 28-09, 35-04, 53-04, 78-01, 78-02, 80-30, see also "logging"
lumber mills 05-15, 12-69, 53-01, 56-10, 62-16, 67-01
Lyons, Jimmy 09-20
Lyons, John 70-04
Lyons, Mrs. 58-17
to top of page / A/Z index   to top of page / A-Z index

This site is under construction. Comments are welcome!
Envelope: E-mail E-mail comments to troufs@d.umn.edu

The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.
Copyright: © 1997 - 2014 Timothy G. Roufs

The views and opinions expressed in this page are strictly those of the page author.
The contents of this page have not been reviewed or approved by the University of Minnesota.

Page URL:http://www.d.umn.edu /cla/faculty/troufs/Buffalo/pbinterviews_index_L.html
Last Modified: Monday, 11-Apr-2005 15:20:47 CDT ) -->


Skype: troufs using "chat" function (right-mouse click)
(free software is available at <http://skype.com/download//>)

FAX: (218) 726-6386

Department of Sociology-Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts
215 Cina Hall
University of Minnesota Duluth (maps)
Duluth, MN 55812 - 2496 (maps)

Duluth Weather

Gitchee-Gumee Live

to top of page / A/Z index   to top of page / A-Z index

View Stats

© 2014 University of Minnesota Duluth
The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.
Last modified on 04/11/05 03:20 PM
University of Minnesota Campuses
Crookston | Duluth | Morris
Rochester | Twin Cities | Other Locations