Draft of general introduction only (2 pages and 1 slip) to paper on Clallam reduplicative elements. Title: "Noun Reduplication and other Grammatical Elements in Clallam; A Salish Language of Northern Washington." (1 small memo slip attached)
Also includes two letters from E. L. Wheeler in which he offers for sale a steatite pot, (December 1916 and January 1917). found in Wyoming.
Viti Levu vocabulary, a mountain dialect of the Fiji Islands. Obtained from Semi in New York City in January 1876. This is in a parallel column with the dialects of the Viti Islands, extracted from Horatio Hale's Ethnology and Philology of the U.S. Exploring Expedition, Philadelphia, 1846.
Material comprises: 19 pages text (including descriptive analysis), 18 pages tabulated analysis, 9 pages transcriptions.
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 5...
Contents: (1) Vocabulary notes, especially concerning technology, food gathering, and place names. 18 pages. (2) "List of plants collected by Dr John R. Swanton." Scientific and Haida names. 2 pages, typed. (3) Printed copy of "A Preliminary Catalogue of the Collections of Natural History and Ethnology in the Provincial Museum, Victoria, British Co...
In hand of Franz Boas. Alphabetically arranged by English. Native term followed by a number, usually of 3 digits.
Written on slips marked with 2-digit numbers at upper right. In hand of a clerk, with occasional corrections or whole slips in hand of Franz Boas. Not arranged alphabetically or by number, as of 1/64.
Arranged alphabetically by states. Folder 1: Indian names from Bulletin 73 Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia. Old Spanish trail place-names: Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California. Folder 2: Biblio...
Includes talk delivered to Governor Jackson September 19, 1821; extract of a communication from Mr Penieres, sub-agent for Indian Affairs in Florida, to General Jackson, July 15, 1821; and part of a letter from William P. Duval, from the Florida Agency, February 22, 1826; Florida population from Reise durch die Floridas, by Bromme, 1837, 1 page.