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Natalie Curtis Burlin, Ethnomusicology and Folklore

"Natalie Curtis Burlin (1875-1921): A Pioneer in the Study of American Minority Cultures" was a paper that appeared in the Connecticut Review in the Spring of 1994. Written by Al Bredenberg, President and Senior Associate of Broad Mountain Associates, the paper has recently been made accessible to Internet users. A musician, author, researcher, and human rights advocate, Natalie Burlin has contributed to the fields of "women's studies, Native American studies, African-American history, music history, art history, ethnomusicology, and folklore." Equipped with pictures, end notes, and recommended readings, this paper offers enough information to provide a solid foundation for more scholarly work.
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April 12th, 2002
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April 7th, 2003 at 5:15pm
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