MS 7086 Nanticoke River Maintenance Dredging Project. Nanticoke River, Sussex County, Delaware
United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
Reconnaissance report. Appendices include purchase order, map, correspondence, photos and inventory of artifacts.
MS 7154 Map of Shimoda
Tsuyao Segawa, Japanese
The document presents a bird's-eye view of Shimoda-machi and nearby villages. Included are topographical features, the 1786 census report (number of households and populations by sex), location of the chief administrator's office, and locations of the coastal defense guard posts. Mounted on the backing along with the map are a photographic …
MS 4418 Newsclippings and copies of correspondence relating to Bureau of American Ethnology publications, staff, and activities
1 volume partly mounted clippings and correspondence giving views and reactions to B.A.E. Bulletin 30 and other B.A.E. publications ca. 1900-1911. One folder miscellaneous unmounted clippings relating to B.A.E. staff and activities, ca. 1900-1950.
MS 4735 Monthly and Annual Reports from the Director of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution
Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology
Handbook of South American Indians records
Steward, Julian Haynes, 1902-1972
The records concern Julian Steward's semiautonomous project attached to the Bureau of American Ethnology to produce a multivolume reference work (Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 143). The material consists mainly of administrative and reference documents, correspondence, reports, proposals, and manuscripts of writings. Some manuscripts are in a form other than that …
MS 2223 Esoteric meaning of songs in Green Buffalo Dance; Wolf gens; Eagles; Wabano; Buffalo Head; Bear Bundle; Wolf sacred bundle
MS 3098 Translation of diagram "When they raised the British Flag", and "When they worshipped the wolf"
Translated by Ida Powshiek.
MS 3471 Names and locations of Alaskan villages and people with a list of 52 villages
Villages numbered 1-29: "Aklomyut villages"; 30-38: villages south of "Cape Romantzov"; 39-46: villages "from [Askemuk] Point to the Kusilvak Mountain"; 47-52: villages "between Kusilvak channel and Cape Romantzov."