MS 7294 Hester Merwin Carib Indian drawings
This collection contains 10 color portrait drawings, undertaken circa 1940 by artist Hester Merwin Ayers, depicting Carib Indians in Salybia, Dominica. Subjects include men and women.
MS 3360 A History of the Caribs
Contents: Chapter I. Eldorado and the White Sea. Chapter II. Cannibal Remains along the Coast of Guiana. Chapter III. Hieroglyphs in the Interior of Guiana. Chapter IV. The Cannibal Dutchman, etc. Chapter V. Fighting. Weapons, Poisons, etc.
Regis M. Quirin and Leon Poplawski photographs of Carib peoples in Dominica
15 Pages (Report :)
29 Negatives (acetate)
55 Color slides
Photographs made by Regis M. Quirin and Leon Poplawski in Dominica that depict the island's natural and urban scenery as well as Carib peoples. There are images of Carib Indians and their activities and villages as well as cities and scenery in Dominica, including Roseau and Portsmouth. Among the photographs …
MS 3959 The Relation of the Caribs to the Florida Indians
Extract from R. P. Labat's "Memoirs of Voyages to the American Isles."
MS 3139 A partial copy of a Carib vocabulary by George Gibbs
MS 1084 Carib Vocabulary in Smithsonian Institution Comparative Vocabulary schedule
MS 7464 Louis Guesde drawings of Carib stone tools
68 Drawings (watercolor on paper, approximately 11 x 15 inches)
The collection consists of drawings of stone tools collected by Louis Guesde in Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe and related materials. The collection includes a set of 68 watercolors on paper, an album of 20 watercolors, and a copy of an article by Otis T. Mason. Please note that the contents of the collection and …
MS 4434 Notes on the Island-Carib of Dominica
Stewart, T. D. (Thomas Dale), 1901-1997
"Addenda and Corrigenda [to Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 119, Anthropology Paper Number 3]," ,  pages; "Further Notes on the Karib of Dominica," , 44 pages, including pencil drawings; linguistic notes--vocabulary, phrases, place names,  pages; anthropometric and genealogical data on 35 individuals, , [105, 4] pages; map; ca. 100 photographs; letters from Taylor to Bureau of American Ethnology, 1937-40, 6 pages …