Contents consist of 4 small notebooks and numerous loose sheets and slips. September 1954: Partly sorted and arranged in folders under the following headings: Botany. Cherokee. Fights. Paintings. Southern Algonquian ethnology (D.C, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina). Southeast ethnology (Catawba and Creek). Southwest. Shields. Tipis. Remainder to ...
Recorded in Department of the Interior Comparative Vocabulary, but does not follow the order of the printed terms in that vocabulary form. The Creek text is written on the blank pages at the end of the schedule.
A speech given by Honorable William P. Ross at Tullahassee Manual Labor Boarding School, July 18, 1878, translated into Creek by Mrs. A.E.W. Robertson and N.B. Sullivan with interlinear English translation by Mrs. Robertson. Tullahassee, Indian Territory [1878, 1880]. Printed document with Manuscript notations. 4 pages.
On letterhead imprinted, "Executive Office, Muskogee Nation [Okmulgee, Ind. Terr.] P. Porter, Principal Chief."
Partly arranged ca. 1962 alphabetically by native name; unsatisfactory; large folder at end includes letters concerning several names from different languages.
Also, "Origin of Language," 2 pages typed, and "Bible of the Mound Builders," pencil sketch and typed comment, 2 pages.
Creek texts with English translations. Copied from W.O. Tuggle in Creek Manuscript Number 566.
Also includes incomplete Typescript copy. 3 pages.
Handwritten copy by Edwin L. Green, South Carolina College, Columbia, South Carolina.