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Program for Hiawatha: A Drama in Six Acts from the Gorham Normal School, Gorham, Maine.

From the program:

Music of the play based on tribal melodies of Omaha, Pawnee and Ponka Tribes, harmonized by Prof. J.C. Fillmore and Edwin S. Tracy, including Indian Lore Song by Charles Wakefield Cadman, and Indian Lullaby by Mrs. H. H . A. Beach.

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Gorham, ME


Theatre, University of Southern Maine Department of Theatre, Theatre Program


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Hiawatha (the boy) ... Alice F.C. Staples
Hiawatha (the man) ... Mary F. Robie
Nokomis ... Harriet E. Greaney
Iagoo ... Carrie W. Greenlaw
Mondamin ... Ruth H. Smith
Messanger of Gitchie Manito ... M. Kathleen McVay
Chibiabos ... Sophie Mae Fiske
Arrow-Maker ...Sophie Mae Fiske
Minnehaha ...Ethel M. Pierce
Famine ... Helen M . . Spencer
Fever ... Helene H. Perkins
Priest ... Hazel G. Smith

Location: Box 13 HG, Folder 3

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Hiawatha: A Drama in Six Acts Program [1913]



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