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  1. Song introduced in Konkow. (01 Jul 1975)
    Contributors:  Rebecca Dobkins (researcher), William A. Stubblefield (researcher), Frank Day (consultant)
    Language:  Konkow
  2. 3 songs with the clapper stick, and explanation about the clapper stick. (01 Jul 1975)
    Contributors:  Rebecca Dobkins (researcher), William A. Stubblefield (researcher), Frank Day (researcher, consultant)
    Language:  Konkow
  3. Explanation of grass games; men's and women's versions. (01 Jul 1975)
    Contributors:  Rebecca Dobkins (researcher), William A. Stubblefield (researcher), Frank Day (consultant)
    Language:  Konkow
  4. Explanation of activities during 1905-1906, and a discussion of horses used as money. (01 Jul 1975)
    Contributors:  Rebecca Dobkins (researcher), William A. Stubblefield (researcher), Frank Day (consultant)
    Language:  Konkow
  5. Information about the different types of songs, and who can/can't sing them. (01 Jul 1975)
    Contributors:  Rebecca Dobkins (researcher), William A. Stubblefield (researcher), Frank Day (consultant)
    Language:  Konkow
  6. Long explanation about why Frank Day is collecting songs, followed by a song with its meaning explained. (01 Jul 1975)
    Contributors:  Rebecca Dobkins (researcher), William A. Stubblefield (researcher), Frank Day (consultant)
    Language:  Konkow
  7. Detailed description of grass games, explaining instructions and rules. (25 Jul 1975)
    Contributors:  Rebecca Dobkins (researcher), William A. Stubblefield (researcher), Frank Day (consultant)
    Language:  Konkow
  8. 3 songs accompanied by introductions, information, and explanation of meaning. (25 Jul 1975)
    Contributors:  Rebecca Dobkins (researcher), William A. Stubblefield (researcher), Frank Day (consultant)
    Language:  Konkow
  9. Information about the plains indians, about the increased tempo of songs and other changes, accompanied by 2 songs. (25 Jul 1975)
    Contributors:  Rebecca Dobkins (researcher), William A. Stubblefield (researcher), Frank Day (consultant)
    Language:  Konkow
  10. Songs from 1915 - 1922: performance contexts, extinction date of cry songs, sacred songs, burning songs, and an example of a Coyote song that stopped being sung around 1900/1910. (25 Jul 1975)
    Contributors:  Rebecca Dobkins (researcher), William A. Stubblefield (researcher), Frank Day (consultant)
    Language:  Konkow