Stereograph of a Native American hunter
Photograph depicting a Native American man pulling his bow back, positioned to shoot an arrow. The image was possibly made by Gaylord & Thompson, Duluth, Minnesota.
MS 2247-a A vocabulary of the Ute Language
Alphabetically arranged by English entry. Material for this Manuscript copied from Manuscript 1446.
Tichkematse and Etahdleuh drawings
The collection consists of loose drawings on various types of paper, some double-sided, with scenes of warfare, hunting, and camp life. They were probably produced at different times during the period 1879-1880. Four are inscribed with the name Etahdleuh Doanmoe and the majority of the remainder with the name Tichkematse, plus …
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MS 7160 Gazetteer tear sheet
Entries include Kyoto, Nara, Kobe, Osaka, Sakai, and Tōkaidō (regions of the Eastern Ocean). Also refers to road extending from Kyoto to Tokyo and passing through provinces bordering on the Pacific Ocean.
MS 1063-b Linguistic map of the States of Central America, with explanations
MS 1872 List of Kiowa birds with miscellaneous notes
Also 1 drawing (colored) showing horse and rider (Indian).
MS 4169 Letter to John R. Swanton
Swanton, John Reed, 1873-1958
To John R. Swanton, regarding the origin of the name Bucker (Buckra) Woman's Town. Also refers to escape of John Cavallo, alias Gopher John, and other Seminole Indians whom he thinks escaped with Wild Cat from Fort Marion, prison, Florida.
MS 7212 Documents concerning donations from Mary E. Maxwell
Maxwell, Mary E.
Krieger, Herbert W. (Herbert William), 1889-1970
Collins, Henry B. (Henry Bascom), 1899-1987
Includes letters, lists, memoranda, and notes written by Herbert William Krieger, Mary E. Maxwell, Alexander Wetmore, Henry Bascom Collins, Jr. Miss Maxwell's collection includes mainly jewelry and medals and musical instruments as well as a miscellany of other items.
MS 848 Legends of the Ka-Kap-Mis-Khon-a-ka, a tribe of Indians whose home was at San Buenaventura, California
Includes: The Coyote and the Bat, The Coyote and the Tortoise, Coyote Song. Also includes 2 page letter of transmittal from Lorenzo G. Gates, Santa Barbara, California, July 4, 1887.