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The present book, Indian Story and Song from North America (1900), was inspired by enthusiasm for Native American music generated at the Congress of Musicians held in connection with the Trans-Mississippi Exposition, Omaha, July 1898. Music enveloped the Indian's individual and social life like an atmosphere".
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Alice C. Fletcher (1838-1923). Indian Story and Song from North America, published by Small, Maynard & C. Boston, Massachusetts, 1900, xiv + 126 pages, hardcover
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Contents list of songs. Many of the stories and songs in this little book are now for the first time published. By ALICE C. Holder of the Thaw Fellowship Peabody Museum Harvard University. All have been gathered directly from the people, in their homes, or as I have listened to the earnest voice of the native priest explaining the ancient ceremonials of his fathers. The stories are close translations, losing only a certain picturesqueness and vigour in their foreign guise; but the melodies are exactly as sung by the Indians.