Materials prepared by Julia A. Jordan as part of a history class for Shawnee Indians sponsored by the Little Axe Multi-Purpose Center of the Community Action Program. The materials discuss the importance of understanding the differences in oral history, specifically referencing the different histories the Absentee Shawnee might have of the creation of Lake Thunderbird. Audio of the interview is available onsite at the Western History Collection.
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