Frederick Webb Hodge photographs on the Havasupai (Coconino) Reservation
Museum of the American Indian
41 Glass plate negatives
41 Copy negatives
This collection includes glass plate and copy negatives taken by Frederick Webb Hodge on a collecting trip to the Havasupai Reservation in the Grand Canyon, Arizona in 1919. Hodge was an archaeologist and collector for the Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation between 1918 and 1931 most famously leading the Hendricks-Hodge Hawikku excavations between 1917 and 1923.
MS 1123 Kokonino vocabulary
Seventeen words in Havasupai. Dated from the words "probably in the fall of 1887" penciled on accompanying envelope.
MS 2259 Wallapai Indian Words, Phrases and Sentences, and the Story How Wolf's Son Became a Star
Contains phonology [page ii], vocabulary (pages 1-14), phrases and sentences (pages 15-28) and a text with English interlinear translation (pages 29-112.)
MS 1129 Wallapai vocabulary in Powells' Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages
Recorded in schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages.
Cornelia Ferry photographs of Havasupai peoples
Photographs depicting land formations, canyon walls, and personnel and students at the Havasupai Indian school in Cataract Canyon. There are also some images of Havasupai camps, cooking, and baskets.
MS 1114 Avesu-Pai vocabulary in Department of the Interior schedule
Gatschet, Albert S. (Albert Samuel), 1832-1907
Copy recorded in Department of Interior Comparative Vocabulary by Albert S. Gatschet.
MS 1144 Yávapai and Havasupai notebook
Roberts, William Aguacca
Stevenson, Matilda Coxe, 1850-1915
Contents: Apache-Mohave (Yavapai) vocabulary from Akuake or William Aguacca Roberts, obtained August 28, 1883, at Hampton, Virginia, pages 3-18; Yavapai vocabulary copied from [William H.] Corbusier, pages 19-38; brief note on the Pamunkey Indians at Indiantown, King and Queen County, Virginia page 17; short autobiographical sketch [of Akuake ?] in Yavapai with interlinear English, pages 39-40; copy …
Tribe of the Turquoise Waters
Edited film is a story of a one day visit by pack train to the Havasupai tribe living in the Grand Canyon. Film consists of some footage of the village, irrigation farming, weaving of willow baskets, making and cooking "squaw" bread, preparation of a sweat lodge, a harvest festival consisting …
Richard Emerick films
Collection consists of films shot by Richard Emerick while he was a graduate student. Collection also contains a video recording and associated texts. Please note that the contents of the collection and the language and terminology used reflect the context and culture of the time of its creation. As an …
Copies of Elizabeth Compton Hegemann photographs of Southwest Indians
Photographs made during Elizabeth Compton Hegemann's trips to Hopi and Navajo reservations in the 1920s and early 1930s. They include images of Navajo, Hopi, and some Havasupai Indians, as well as the Grand Canyon and trading posts. Her photographs relating to Southwest Indians depict agriculture, crafts, and ceremonies, including a Navaho Squaw …