Frances Theresa Densmore (May 1867 – June was an American anthropologist and ethnographer born in Red Wing, Densmore is known for her studies of Native American music and culture, and in modern terms, she may be described as an ethnomusicologist.
Native American Pow-wow drums were used as musical instruments. Incorporating music into the Native American history is very important because it was a large part of rituals and ceremonies for the Native Americans.
Bertha Parker Pallan [Cody] is considered one of the first female Native American archaeologists. She hosted a television program with her husband, Iron Eyes Cody explaining Indian history and folklore.