Paul Little

January 1995
Faces of Identity, Hands of Skill: Folk Arts in North Dakota;1995, p4
The article profiles Paul Little, a well-known drum maker, singer, and whistle maker at Fort Totten in Sioux Indian Reservation, North Dakota. He was born in 1930 on the reservations Crow Hill District. He began singing traditional drum songs at the age of six. Little started to make drums in the early 1950s and he also carves wooden whistles which were used as marks of membership in certain societies.


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