Pepper's Powwow

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Culture/People
Non-Indian
Artist/Maker
Jim Pepper (James Gilbert Pepper II/Hánga Ciyéta/Hun-gah chi-eta), Kaw (Kansa)/Oklahoma Muscogee (Creek), 1941-1992 and Embryo Records
Previous owner
Jim Pepper (James Gilbert Pepper II/Hánga Ciyéta/Hun-gah chi-eta), Kaw (Kansa)/Oklahoma Muscogee (Creek), 1941-1992
Floy C. Pepper (Floy Childers/Floy Childers Pepper), Oklahoma Muscogee (Creek), 1917-2010
Suzanne M. Henry (Suzie Pepper Henry), Kaw (Kansa)/Oklahoma Muscogee (Creek)
James Pepper Henry (Jim Pepper Henry), Kaw (Kansa)/Oklahoma Muscogee (Creek)
Donor
Floy C. Pepper (Floy Childers/Floy Childers Pepper), Oklahoma Muscogee (Creek), 1917-2010
Suzanne M. Henry (Suzie Pepper Henry), Kaw (Kansa)/Oklahoma Muscogee (Creek)
James Pepper Henry (Jim Pepper Henry), Kaw (Kansa)/Oklahoma Muscogee (Creek)
Title
Pepper's Powwow
Object Name
Record album
Media/Materials
Vinyl phonograph record, cardboard, ink
Techniques
Commercially produced/manufactured
Dimensions
31.4 x 31.4 x 30 cm
Object Type
Music and Sound
Place
New York City; New York; USA
Date created
1971
Collection History
Formerly owned by jazz great Jim Pepper (Kaw/Oklahoma Muscogee, 1941-1992); inherited by his mother Floy Childers Pepper (Oklahoma Muscogee, 1917-2010) and his sister Suzanne (Suzie) Pepper Henry (Kaw/Oklahoma Muscogee); donated to NMAI in 2007 by Floy Childers Pepper, Suzie Pepper Henry, and Suzie's son James Pepper Henry (Kaw/Oklahoma Muscogee, NMAI staff member).
Catalog Number
26/6294
Barcode
266294.000
See related items
Non-Indian
Music and Sound
On View
NMAI, Washington DC: Outside Rasmuson Theater, Music and Dance
Data Source
National Museum of the American Indian
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