Fowler (Great Basin Anthropology, Reno, 1970) states on page 381: "Part of the materials in Manuscript 828b are derived from Manuscript 2247d. Material in the Manuscript has been transcribed into Bureau of American Ethnology Manuscript Number 1446."
One in Powell's hand, 23 pages; one in another hand, consisting of different words from the first, 32 pages.
Also reprint from American Anthropologist, Volume 12, Number 1-January-March 1910 containing Mr Harrington's article comparing the Kiowan and the Tanoan phonetics.
Modern prints made from original glass negatives, depicting Utah settlers and Basin Indians. One individual is identified as Amos Warren.
Vocabulary and grammatical items in Tosawihi (White Knife) dialect of Shoshoni.
Standard deviations of vault of skull given.
Apparently copied from Manuscript 1484, but with changes. Copied by clerk and taped to larger sheets in alphabetical order.