MS 438 Legends and texts
Includes: Akutren'we who played ball, text 4 pages translation 3 pages. Jos. Williams. Chu tya rens ke n', text, 7 pages translation 5 pages. (Jos. Williams) Rukua' hu and the warriors, text 6 pages translation 4 pages. (Joseph Henry). U-ya' -kwa'-he'r (A old woman), text, 4 pages translation 3 pages.
MS 4380 Cornelia Horsford Photographs
Photographs: I-a - House site by Stony Brook. Fireplace like a fallen oven, ashes under stones, pavement extends towards dam, possibly used for drying fish. 21.5 cm. I-b - Same house site. II - Grave at Beaver Brook Cemetery. III-a - Rune stone; only 4 letters legible. III-b - Rune stone compared with a Greenland rune stone …
MS 4381 Transcriptions of Arapaho songs
Nettl, Bruno, 1930-
Duplicated transcriptions of Arapaho songs collected by Mr. Z. Salzmann, of Indiana University. They accompanied a paper read recently at a meeting of the Musicological Society at Michigan State College. The following titles are represented: Wolf Dance Song; Rabbit Dance Song; Sun Dance Song; Round Dance Song; Soldierʹs Song; Skybird …
MS 4383 Memorandum describing the several sets of wampum collected from the Iroquois of the Six Nations Reserve, Canada
Fenton, William N. (William Nelson), 1908-2005
MS 4385 Photograph of a carved head
United States Civil Conservation Corps
Item was found by Mr. Woolsey, foreman of a group of Civilian Conservation workers, along the Illinois and Michigan Canal, just east of Marseilles, Illinois. The Head is now at Camp Marseilles, Marseilles, Illinois, in the care of Mr. Battershill.
MS 4387 Photograph of bird-shaped pipe, stone, plowed up near Wrens, Georgia
MS 4394 Report on the geology of part of Cane Wash, Arizona, with a map showing the location of several archaeological sites