William Lipkind papers
Lipkind's papers are limited to the fruit of his anthropological field work. They are, however, incomplete, for part remains in private hands. A few pieces of correspondence relating to his article for the Handbook of South American Indians are with Julian Haynes Steward. The Winnebago materal includes a vocabulary that …
MS 2337 Report on the relationship between the Mayan and Malay dialects
Hewitt, J. N. B. (John Napoleon Brinton), 1859-1937
Annotated by J. N. B. Hewitt- See Number 1057.
MS 2505-a Language of the "Koksoagmyut" Eskimo at Fort Chimo, Ungava, Labrabor Penninsula
Contents: Volume 1 (Old Number 352-a). pages 2128-2425. "Vocabulary of the Koksoagmiut, over 7000 words."--Pilling. Includes Eskimo English vocabulary, in alphabetical order except for the occasional insertion of verb conjugations and other grammatical forms. Pages 2337-2425 are devoted exclusively to the conjugation of the verb "to arise". Volume II (Old Number 352-b) Pages …
MS 2731 Truman Michelson notes on Sauk phonetics and vocabulary
Truman Michelson's notes on Sauk phonetics and vocabulary from his work with Tom Brown.
MS 310 Notes from Richardson's Polar Region: Labrador Eskimo vocabulary
Richardson, John, Sir, 1787-1865
MS 544 Comparative vocabulary of the Klinkit, Kutcakutcin and Yukaniynt with English (Study of Indian Languages of the Yukon River of Alaska and British America)
Study of Indian Languages; Indian Tribes of the Yukon River, "Watershed, Lakes and Delta," of Alaska; Comparative Vocabulary of the Klinkit, Kutcakutcin and Yukaniyut with English [title page], 1897. Letter of transmittal, 1 page. Manuscript is a comparative vocabulary of Chilkat, Tlingit, Yukon River Indian (Kutchin) and Yukon River Eskimo.
MS 1969 Original Manuscripts of the Kutenai Expedition
Vocabulary and other micellaneous notes, various informants, variuos dates in 1891. Also Diary, etc. The writing is penciled cryptic notes; very difficult to read. Pages out of order and not easily arrangeable.