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circa 1888
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NAA.MS4800
Repository:
National Anthropological Archives

Address before Section H of AAAS. In Dakota, Dhegiha, Chiwere, and Winnebago.

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undated
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NAA.MS4800
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National Anthropological Archives

Three drafts: 1. Printer's copy, 26 pages (pages 23-25 missing). 2. Draft, pages 1-8 and Chart II. 3. Draft, pages 1-6. Dakota, Dhegiha, Chiwere, Winnebago. Manuscript published in Smithsonian Institution Annual Report 1883, pages 919-929.

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Dates:
1882 July-September
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file
Collection ID:
NAA.MS4800
Repository:
National Anthropological Archives
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undated
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file
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NAA.MS4800
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National Anthropological Archives

21 terms in each language, most with English equivalents.

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NAA.MS4800
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National Anthropological Archives

These Omaha and Ponca myths; see "The Cegiha Language," Contributions to North American Ethnology VI, 1890, pages 41-42, and 77-78, and 82-83. These seem to be popularized versions.

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Dates:
1880 - 1880
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file
Collection ID:
NAA.MS4800
Repository:
National Anthropological Archives

Contents: Omaha: 1. How the Rabbit killed the (male) Winter. 2. The brothers, Sister and the Red Bird. 3. Haxige. 4. How the Rabbit killed the Black Bears. 5. How the Rabbit caught the Sun in a trap. 6. Ictinike and the Buzzard. Oto: The Rabbit and the Grasshoppers. Includes Letter to J. W. Powell, Director, Bureau of Ethnology. Hedgesville, West V...

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Dates:
1890
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file
Collection ID:
NAA.MS4800
Repository:
National Anthropological Archives

Printed in The Cegiha Language, Contributions to North American Ethnology VI, page 399

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undated
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NAA.MS4800
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National Anthropological Archives

Contents: "The Brother, sister, and the Red Bird;" "The Chief's son, Snake-woman, and the Thunders;" "Two-faces and the Brothers...told by Pacin-nanpaji;" and "The adventures of Haxige: Pacin-nanpaji's version." Texts of these stories are printed in "The Cegiha Language," Contributions to North American Ethnology VI.

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undated
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file
Collection ID:
NAA.MS4800
Repository:
National Anthropological Archives

Contents: "Battle between the Dakotas and Omahas in 1847," Battle between the Dakotas and Omahas in 1849--50," and "Two Crows' War Party." Texts of these stories are printed in The Cegiha language, Contributions to North American Ethnology VI.

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Dates:
1883
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file
Collection ID:
NAA.MS4800
Repository:
National Anthropological Archives

Recorded in (a copy of) schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages 1880, very incompletely filled.

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