MS 4129 Choctaw names of places, watercourses, etc. in the old Choctaw country
Includes note to Dr. Swanton (from M.W. Tucker) concerning source of manuscript. June 6, 1938. Typescript document. 1 slip.
MS 881 Beothuk vocabulary
Latham, R. G. (Robert Gordon), 1812-1888
Also includes Latham, R. G., letter to Bureau of Ethnology, transmitting the above "copy of a Manuscript concerning which Mr. Gatschet made an enquiry...." Putney, S. W. [London] January 2, 1883. Autograph Letter Signed 1 page.
MS 92 Vocabulary of the Kutcha Kutchin of Yukon River
Follows the "standard vocabulary" form of the Smithsonian. (180 terms.) Also 2 copies by George Gibbs, with changes in orthography.
MS 1149 Copy of a letter to Professor Baird and Major Powell
Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
Pilling, James Constantine, 1846-1895
Powell, John Wesley, 1834-1902
Report on exploration of caves containing ceremonial paraphernalia, and request for assistance in further exploration and collecting. Refers to map and drawings which are not present with this copy. Map is in "Bureau of American Ethnology Correspondence-Letters Received 1/25/81" KTB, 1/30/85. [copy negative #83-112]. Added cover page carries title, "The Zunis." Pencil notation …
MS 191-a Letters to George Gibbs with sketch, general remarks, and Coos Bay language vocabulary
Gibbs, George, 1815-1873
Letter to George Gibbs, October 13, 1856, 2 pages. Letter to George Gibbs, November 14, 1856, transmitting "Coos Bay" vocabulary of two "different dialects of the same language," identified as "An-a-sitch" and Coos Bay" in Gibbs' copy (Manuscript Number 191-b), 6 pages; "a sketch of the coast showing the relative positions of the Siusclau, Alseya and …
MS 203-b Tribes of the Kutchin Indians of Lower Mackenzie and Youkon Region
Rough draft, annotated, 2 pages. Expanded second draft discussing 15 tribes, 4 pages. Also discussion of three castes among the "Loucheux (Squinters)" [Kutchin], 2 pages. No date.
MS 2329 Letter from Willis C. Hawley describing petroglyphs in Oregon
MS 2438 Tunica-English vocabulary and English-Tunica vocabulary
MS 2905 The Kiowa Range
Showing the location of the Plains Tribes in 1832, and the principal Military and Trading Posts, etc., with the Kiowa names of local features. (Sgd.) "James Mooney, 1897."
MS 3508 Eulogy of the Founders of the League
Densmore, Frances, 1867-1957
Recorded by Nellie Barnes, and transcribed by William Howie. Text written by F. Densmore, and 1 sheet transcription. Evidently recorded by Mr Hewitt, 1932. Iroquoian section, 4 songs (dictaphone records, transcriptions and tabulated analyses) and 4 pages of 4 Iroquois songs recorded by J. N. B. Hewitt.