Jimmy Beason Oral History

Title

Jimmy Beason Oral History

Subject

Osage Nation
Colonialism
Spiritual traditions
Boarding schools
Removal and relocation
Native American

Description

Oral history with Jimmy Beason, II conducted by Nicki Joy Karstens in Lawrence, Kansas in November 2018. This interview is conducted with Jimmy Beason, a member of the Osage Nation. Beason discusses the impacts of colonialism, including removal and the boarding school system, on Osage spiritual practices. This interview was conducted for the Religion in Kansas Project as part of semester-long internship with the University of Kansas Department of Religious Studies.

Source

Religion in Kansas Project

Publisher

Department of Religious Studies, University of Kansas

Date

November 2018

Contributor

Oral histories created by University of Kansas students, staff and faculty as part of the Religion in Kansas Project are archived in KU ScholarWorks, the digital repository of the University of Kansas.

Rights

All oral histories in the Religion in Kansas Project are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 Unported License.

Format

.wav

Language

en_US

Type

Recording, oral

Identifier

Jimmy_Beason-Interview.wav

Interviewer

Nicki Joy Karstens

Interviewee

Jimmy Beason

Original Format

Interview

Duration

00:55:30

Citation

“Jimmy Beason Oral History,” Religion in Kansas Project, accessed January 20, 2019, https://ksreligion.omeka.net/items/show/4395.