MS 1873 Uncolored shield and tipi prints; photo (heraldry)
Miscellaneous prints, engravings, facsmilies, etc
Mainly from unidentified (19th century ?) publications, (but including some from Schoolcraft's Indian Tribes, Bureau of American Ethnology Annual Reports, U. S. Pacific Railroad Exp. & Surveys, etc.). Subjects are mainly from northeastern Canada and United States, Northwest Coast and California.
Dakota texts from the Boas Collection, American Philosophical Society Library
A.P.S. Number 497.3 B63c Contents: Dakota Texts from the Sword Manuscript [1876-1909; 1938]. Edited and translated by E. Deloria. 382 L. X 8a.18 Old Dakota legends [no date, 1937?] Texts with literal and free translations and with ethnographic and linguistic notes. 358 L. X 8a.21. Dakota autobiographies [ca. 1937]. 382 L. X 8a.4. Dakota commentary on Walker's texts . 47, 40 L. X 8a.5.
MS 663-b The Iroquois Law of Atonement
Gibson, John Arthur, 1849-1912
Buck, John Sr
With a number of duplicate and triplicate pages; one manuscript in Onondaga text, 35 pages; one manuscript also in Onondaga text, 31 pages. Envelope marked "The Law of Murder, by a Yan e'r. Text and free translation, June, 1926.
MS 7300 Correspondence concerning James Mooney
Mooney, James, 1861-1921
Oklahoma Historical Society
All but two of the letters are by Mooney. One letter is from Thoburn to Mooney, and one is from Mack Haug. Concern several matters, including interest in having Thoburn's archeological work in Oklahoma published by the Bureau of American Ethnology and Mooney's difficulties in getting into the field in …
MS 7506 White Men as Red Men: Locating the Improved Order of Red Men in the Pioneer Valley
Edgar L. Hewett photograph collection relating to Mitla
Photographs and copies of drawings documenting the structures at Mitla archeological site, including the Columns Group and palace building and associated sculptures. There is also a photograph of the Beau Relief at Palenque, published in the Field Columbian Museum's journal "Anthropology." Some of the copy photographs were probably made by …