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[Chazanoff 1990] Chazanoff, D. (1990). Music of the Native North American — for the flute or recorder, Susato Press Native American Music Series. Brasstown, NC 28902: Susato Press. Catalog number FOS03.

[Chazanoff 1993] Chazanoff, D. (1993). Native American music in seven volumes — For the flute or recorder with drum / Rattle ad. Lib., in seven volumes, Susato Press Native American Music Series. Brasstown, North Carolina: Susato Press. Catalog number FOS12. All seven volumes in a slipcase.

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[Chazanoff 1997] Chazanoff, D. (1997). Music of the Cherokee Nation — For the Native American flute or recorder with drum & rattle, in two volumes, Susato Press Native American Music Series. Brasstown, North Carolina: Susato Press. Catalog numbers FOS14A and FOS14B.

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[Chazanoff A] Chazanoff, D. Ceremonial dance — Based upon a religious ceremonial dance of the Northern Ute Tribe, for SATB recorder quartet, Susato Press Native American Music Series. Brasstown, North Carolina: Susato Press. Catalog number FOS126.

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[Curtis-E 1911a] Curtis, E. S.; Hodge, F. W. (editor) (1911). The North American Indian, Being a series of bolumes picturing and describing the Indians of the United States and Alaska, Volume 6. The Piegan. The Cheyenne. The Arapaho. Cambridge, Massachusetts: University Press.

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[Curtis-E 1924a] Curtis, E. S.; Hodge, F. W. (editor) (1924). The North American Indian, Being a series of bolumes picturing and describing the Indians of the United States, the Dominion of Canada, and Alaska, Volume 13. The Hupa. The Yurok. The Karok. The Wiyot. Tolowa and Tututni. The Shasta. The Achomawi. The Klamath. Cambridge, Massachusetts: University Press.

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