Dorothy Skinner Photographs
Consists of Seneca, Cayuga, and Onondaga residents of the Allegany Reservation, New York, 1928, and Cornplanter Grant, Pennsylvania, 1929. Placed in album with list of titles.
Portraits and views of activities at Carlislie Indian School
Copied by Yale University Library, from prints owned by John Bakeless, Great Hill, R. F. D. 2, Seymour, Connecticut and collected by his father, O. H. Bakeless, while he was Principal Teacher at Carlisle, 1892-1902. See Bakeless correspondence in Smithsonian Institution files.) Captions by John Bakeless.
MS 713 Salishan Vocabulary
Contents: L= Lummi; N= Nanaimo; Sq= Squamish. Identification located by Laurence L. Thompson, U. of Wash. April, 1964-- on slip for "Abend", filed under "night". S= Sisiatl (Seshelt), P= Pentlatch, Q= Comox (Qomoks), B= Bilxula (Bella Coola).
MS 7376 Smithsonian-New South Wales Expedition to Pakistan records
Godden, Donald M.
Rye, Owen S.
Includes catalog of collection, letter, maps, and forms. Concerns the Smithsonian's Ancient Technology Program.
MS 7417 Canton News
The item is made up of one large sheet which has been folded to form four leaves. They are numbered 17 through 20.
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MS 7425 Letter to John Wesley Powell
Announces shipment of artifacts from Caldwell and Wilkes counties, North Carolina. Attached are lists of specimen numbers showing the provenience of the specimens.
MS 7458 They walk these hills: a study of social solidarity among the racially-mixed people of the Ramapo Mountains
Concerns the racially mixed people of the Ramapo Mountains of the vicinities of Mahwah and Ringwood, New Jersey, and Hillburn, New York, that are sometimes referred to as the Jackson Whites. Considers the geographic setting, origins, race relations, family and kinship, and folk culture. Includes biographical data on informants.
MS 836-b To-sau'-wi-hi Vocabulary (Shoshonees of Eastern Nevada) given by Captain Johnson assisted by Naches
Vocabulary and grammatical items in Tosawihi (White Knife) dialect of Shoshoni.