MS 942 Fort Peck Agency; printed ration lists, with Indian and English names for Assiniboine Indians
Tucker, Mae W.
Lists 635 heads of families. Collected by Millard Burrows [1880?]. Pencil annotations by Mae W. Tucker give negative numbers of photographs in the Bureau of American Ethnology. Library of Congress supposed by Miss Tucker to be the individuals named. In most cases these identifications are spurious.
MS 603 Comparison of kinship terms of Wyandotte, Seneca, Assiniboine, Choctaw and Creek
In copy of Schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Language 1871. The comparison is in terms of numbers, apparently referring to relationship charts in Lewis Henry Morgan, Systems of Consanguinity and Affinity of the Human Family, SCK 17, Washington, D. C., 1871. This Manuscript gives no native terms …
Jeff Thomas photographs
The photographs include an image of Jack Moore, a Pima dancer, with the American flag painted on his face; a portrait of the dancer Kevin Haywahe (Assiniboine) wearing a wolf-hide and feather headdress with beaded sun wheel medallion and beaded appendage, elaborate face painting, pipe bead necklace and elaborately beaded breast ornament; an outdoor view of a young boy posed beside grafitti that reads "Cultural Revolution"; a young man standing in front of a grain elevator and wearing a t-shirt with an image of Christopher Columbus and the caption "Founder of the New World"; and a triptych documenting the urban Onondaga Iroquois experience in Ottawa, Ontario.
Frederick S. Dellenbaugh photographs, negatives and other material
486 Photographic prints (black and white, color)
1 Lantern slide (black and white)
Images in this collection were mostly taken by Frederick Dellenbaugh, William Henry Jackson, Alexander Gardner, John Wetherill, John K. Hillers, Edward O. Beaman, Charles Milton Bell and Frank Rinehart. Subjects include delegation portraits, images from the Hayden's and Powell's Geological and Geographical Surveys, cliff dwellings, landscape views, and images from the U.S. Indian Congress Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition in Omaha 1898.
MS 2600-b-1 Anonymous Assiniboine drawings to illustrate Edwin Denig's "Indian Tribes of the Upper Missouri"
These are the original drawings that accompanied Edwin Thompson Denig's 451 page manuscript, entitled "Report to Hon. Isaac I. Stevens, Governor of Washington Territory, on the Indian Tribes of the Upper Missouri, by Edwin Thompson Denig." The drawings depict utensils, tools, game pieces, plants, warfare, hunting, a tipi, a scalp dance …
MS 882 Comparative vocabularies of the "Ojeebois," "Kinistineau," and Assiniboin, collected by Alexander Henry and incorporated in his "Journal of Alexander Henry to Lake Superior, Red River, Assiniboine, Rocky Mountains, Columbia, and the Pacific, 1799 to 1811, to establish the Fur-trade"
Bell, Charles N. (Charles Napier), 1854-1936
MS 2600-a A Report to the Hon. Issac I. Stevens, Governor of Washington Territory, on the Indian Tribes of the Upper Missouri
Stevens, Isaac Ingalls, 1818-1862
MS 1334 Assiniboin vocabulary
Gibbs, George, 1815-1873
Copy by George Gibbs from the original Manuscript in the possession of F.V. Hayden.
Paintings of Indian subjects in the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
Kane, Paul, 1810-1871
Catalog Number 4642: (1) Tribe: Mohawk Subject: Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea]. (Color reproduction) Artist: George Romney, 1734-1802. (2) Blackfoot "Blackfoot Chief and Subordinates." (Color reproduction) Artist: Paul Kane, 1810-1871. (3) [Chippewa, Assiniboin ?] "White Mud Portage, Winnipeg River." Artist: Paul Kane, 1810-1883.
MS 2600-c Notes by J. N. B. Hewitt and James Mooney relating to Edwin T. Denig's Manuscript report on the Indian tribes of the Upper Missouri
Hewitt, J. N. B. (John Napoleon Brinton), 1859-1937
Mooney, James, 1861-1921
Contents: Miscellaneous notes on the Manuscript by Hewitt and Mooney, 1918-1928. Typescript and Manuscript Document. 41 pages and slips. Notes and incomplete drafts of Hewitt's introduction to Denig's "Indian Tribes of the Upper Missouri," Bureau of American Ethnolgy-AR 46, Washington, D. C., 1930. 1928. Typescript and Autograph Document. 50 pages. Notes on the Denig Manuscript by …