MS 1733 Linguistic Problems in Oregon and Washington
MS 4834 The Suppressed Part of The Mountain Chant: A Navajo Ceremony by Dr Washington Matthews, U.S.A. Extracted from the Fifth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology, Washington, D. C., 1888
Typescript prepared from unidentified original for M. W. Stirling, Director, Bureau of American Ethnology. Contains information not included in Matthews, "The Mountain Chant: A Navajo Ceremony," Bureau of American Ethnology-AR 5, Washington, D. C., 1887.
MS 4933 Alibamu stories
Autograph notation by Swanton, which is filed with manuscript number 1806 and reads, "Alibamo [sic] Notes obtained in Texas," refers ro these.
MS 600 Alibamu vocabulary and notes
Includes "Origin of the Alibamu Tribe" by Ward Coachman
MS 7596 Chinese money for the dead
Graham, David Crockett
The Chinese term jingyi (literally, clothing blessed by the Buddhist scripture) refers also to the paper money made for the dead. It is a rectangular piece of paper with the design of incised strings of coins in the center. It is burned so that the dead will receive holdy blessings …
Ellery Vladimir Wilcox photographs of Native Americans
The collection largely consists of studio portraits of Native Americans probably from the Plains, which were most likely made at Wilcox's studio in Scotland, South Dakota. It also includes images of the tombstones of Yankton Dakota Joseph Selwyn (Medicine Cow, ca. 1821-1898), John Pretty Bull (1851-1924), and Feather in Ear (Wiyakaion, d …
Susan K. Power photograph collection of Archambault and Gates families
Copies of family photographs, including those of the Archambault and Gates families, collected by Susan K. Power. There are studio portraits, images of family members in regalia, and photographs of crafts and paintings; a beaded satchel can be seen in multiple images, including nineteenth and twentieth century photographs. Annotated electrostatic …