MS 7059 Kutchin Quarrelling
MS 3704 Gwich'in vocabulary and text
Written by a Forty Mile Indian, vocabulary, literal and free translations. Original (?) in pencil, 1 page; transcription with interlinear translation, in pencil, 1 page; typescript and note, 6 pages.
MS 170 Letter addressed to George Gibbs, relative to the Loucheux dialect
Includes Kutchin Song of the Dead and other music; description of the Dead Dance; miscellaneous linguistic notes; notes on the industrial art of the Chipewyan; legend of the formation of the McKenzie River, and the origin of fire in the Bear River coal beds.
MS 148 Comparative vocabulary of the languages of the Kutchin tribes
of Han Kutchin, with the original spelling of the anonymous vocabulary (Dall, Bureau of American Ethnology Manuscript 165); Natsit Kutchin, according to B. R. Ross (cf. Bureau of American Ethnology Manuscript 149); and another Kutchin dialect, according to B.R. Ross; with remarks by F.L.O. Roehrig. Received August 17, 1874. Vocabulary 9 unnumbered pages, and remarks …
MS 203-b Tribes of the Kutchin Indians of Lower Mackenzie and Youkon Region
Rough draft, annotated, 2 pages. Expanded second draft discussing 15 tribes, 4 pages. Also discussion of three castes among the "Loucheux (Squinters)" [Kutchin], 2 pages. No date.
MS 92 Vocabulary of the Kutcha Kutchin of Yukon River
Follows the "standard vocabulary" form of the Smithsonian. (180 terms.) Also 2 copies by George Gibbs, with changes in orthography.
MS 163 Comparative vocabulary of animal and bird names
In two columns, headed "A cho to e ten ni / Liard Slaves," and "Kutcha kutchin / Youkon Indians."
MS 165 Hong Kutchin vocabulary
In Smithsonian printed vocabulary outline of 134 words.
MS 7276 Birch Creek Notes
The notes are, according to Boram, largely geographical but also includes material of anthropological value.
MS 149 Vocabularies of Kootchin and Nehaunay Indians, collected by Bernard R. Ross
Also letter of transmittal dated Fort Simpson, McKenzie's River, June 1, 1862, 3 pages. Also copies of each of the vocabularies by George Gibbs, with changes in orthography, 6 pages.