MS 2406 Letter relative to deposits of Indian relics and mineral localities of Virginia
Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
Letter "relative to the deposits of Indian relics and mineral localities of the State...." Includes descriptions of aboriginal quartz found on Almonds Creek below Richmond, and Indian camps and burial sites and mines on the James River from Richmond to Lynchburg. Also sketches of six steatite bowls and one yoke-shaped …
MS 2468 Incomplete manuscript prepared for the printer, with a few notes, for "Linguistic Material from the Tribes of Southern Texas and Northeastern Mexico," Bureau of American Ethnology-B 127, Washington, D. C., 1940
Bolton, Herbert Eugene, 1870-1953
Contents (page Numbers refer to pages in Bureau of American Ethnology-B 127): typescript for pages i-v and 1-10; "Vocabulary of San Francisco Solano Mission Indians" (autograph document by Herbert E. Bolton with A. notations by Swanton, 1 page.), page 54; ["Additional Coahuilteco Words from the Mission Records"] (autograph document, 1 slip), page 55; "Miscellaneous Coahuilteco Words …
MS 3206 Notes on Fox ethnology
Contains: vocabulary; historical notes; apparently list of tribes known to Foxes; important gentes; courtship letter in Fox syllabic text; consanguinity; abstract of lecture; localization in Fox festivals; genealogy; Tesson; some Fox ethnology apparently previously published; ethnological notes.
MS 3233 War Song of the Ojibwa Chief Waa-be-jeek, of Le Point, Lake Superior
McKenney, Thomas L. (Thomas Loraine), 1785-1859
MS 3295 Several paradigms of the verbs "to love" and "to strike"
MS 3709 A statement of several interesting matters connected with the history of the Six Nations Indians
Johnson, Smoke, 1792-1886
As related from memory by the aged Chief John Smoke Johnson (age 93) at a meeting of his Mohawk friends, convened on Monday March 16th, 1885. Refers to a silver plate communion set presented to the Indians by Queen Anne in recognition of their acceptance of Christianity.
MS 3769 List of Manuscript Myths loaned to Dr Boas for publication in the American Folk Lore Journal
MS 3787 Note on linguistic evidence regarding the Cree language
Pencil note by Mooney written at bottom.