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DARE Interview: Miami, Oklahoma; Primary Informant OK037

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Informant Data:OK037: White; male; community type: ruralMedia Files:Full Interview 1 (Tape 1301-S1).Content:00:30 Oklahoma before statehood—names of local Indians03:50 Family history—farmers09:20 Education11:00 Race relations15:05 Hunting—ducks15:55 Local history—description of town17:40 Texas fever—cattle disease19:40 Introduction of taxes after statehood23:40 Hunting—type of gun Informant used25:00 Banks—interested in mines owned by Indians, loan rates30:00 Importance of education32:00 Tape endFull Interview 2 (Tape 1302-S1).00:20 Homesteads01:25 Personal history—burning cow chips02:45 Family history—how father got wood06:35 Local industry—Goodrich plant07:30 Job history—Informant worked as landscaper08:25 Local mining industry13:00 Allotment checks—farmers paid to cut down their crops18:20 Medical care—cost, medicine before statehood21:00 Family history—sister died in 189822:35 Local people28:00 Hunting (and fishing) licenses, types of guns, number of ducks killed33:50 Tape end
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