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Swanton, John Reed, 1873-1958
Bolton, Herbert Eugene, 1870-1953
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Scope and Contents
Scope and Contents
Contents (page Numbers refer to pages in Bureau of American Ethnology-B 127): typescript for pages i-v and 1-10; "Vocabulary of San Francisco Solano Mission Indians" (autograph document by Herbert E. Bolton with A. notations by Swanton, 1 page.), page 54; ["Additional Coahuilteco Words from the Mission Records"] (autograph document, 1 slip), page 55; "Miscellaneous Coahuilteco Words From Mission Records" (6 cards), page 55; "Word in Payaya (Coahuilteco) language" (3 cards), page 55; Maratino-English vocabulary (42 cards), pages 122-123; English-Maratino index (61 cards), pages 123-124; "Notes [by Swanton] on the Maratino language copied from the Relacion Historica of [Father] Santa Maria by Alejandro Prieto in his Historia de Tamaulipas" (typescript document, 4 pages, not in this form in Bureau of American Ethnology-B 127), pages 122-124; "Words in Aranama," page 124; Karankawa-English vocabulary (269 cards), pages 124-130; English-Karankawa index (366 cards), pages 130-133; typescript for pages 134-145; typescript card discussing contents of Bureau of American Ethnology-B 127 with A. note: "Am writing Introduction Sept. 5, 33" (source of completion date of this manuscript).
Existence and Location of Copies
Vocabulary of San Francisco Solano Mission Indians on negative microfilm reel Number 26.
mainly tyescript document with A. amd manuscript corrections
Vocabulary of San Francisco Solano Mission Indians
Additional Coahuilteco Words from the Mission Records
Miscellaneous Coahuilteco Words From Mission Records
Word in the Payaya (Coahuilteco) language
Notes on the Maratino language copied from the Relacion Historica of [Father] Santa Maria by Alejandro Prieto in his Historia de Tamaulipas
Words in Aranama
The vocabulary from the San Francisco Solano Mission Indians is also published in AA, volume 17, 1915, pages 34-35, with correspondence from other languages; "Professor Bolton" is given as the source, and the date of the vocabulary is given as 1703-1708. Bureau of American Ethnology-B 127 was transmitted for publication on July 1, 1939.
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