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When Everybody Called
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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.
|oak||56-14, 60-21, 63-23, 70-20, 72-20, see also "trees"|
|occupation||see "trade" and "work / working"|
|offerings||13-96, 13-135, 14-55, 14-92, 42-16, see also "ceremonies"|
|Ojibwa||08-43 (language), 13-77, 31-38|
|old people / old age||01-10 (old people talking to young kids and they respect you), 05-11 (calling old people "grandpa"), 06-36 (helping the old folks; bride service), 07-21 (Paul Buffalo likes to listen to old people that have been through the mill), 09-17 (feels out of place with the old people leave a place), 10-73 (had an awful time bringing the old timers in to understand a Bena council meeting), 12-01 (listening to lectures), 13-86 (old people are to give you their experience of life), 13-108 (got a lot from the old people; now you take it; they'll listen to you), 14-01 (and campfire talks; respect, etc.), 16-12 (supposed to talk to the people who need it; confession), 22-35 (old age; going out to sea analogy), 30-01 (listening to old people while working; getting/hunting rabbitts with cap), 40-07 ff (getting old and losing power -- spiritual), 62-09 (Old people are [the ones who] are supposed to ask John Smith questions), 67-32, 69-06 (not committing sin after sixty-five; road of life; dying), 80-11 (Paul Buffalo passing on secrets of life because his time is up), 80-16 (ling, old timer), 81-15 (tribal elders giving Ed Wilson advice), see also "elders"|
|old way of life / old days||01-01, 01-02, 01-04 (learning from), 01-10, 03-05, 10-46, 15-12, 15-13, 35-26, 43-11 (days), 49-16 (days)|
|Oliver Mining Company||77-11|
|Onigum, MN||46-40, 70-18|
|Onigum school||01-06, 01-07|
|Orr, MN||56-08, 56-11|
|Otter Tail Point||13-72, 49-28, 58-13, 63-37|
|outsiders||65-06, see also "strangers," and "non-reservation"|
|owl||40-02, 63-69, 76-04|
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