MS 2722 Truman Michelson notes on Hidatsa language
Single page of handwritten Hidatsa linguistic notes from Truman Michelson's research on Algonquian languages at Carlisle Indian Industrial School. These brief notes, which include Hidatsa terms used by female for "my mother," "my father," and "my younger brother," were obtained from Ruth Packineau, a 14 year old student. Michelson describes the …
MS 3437 Nomina verbalia with their verb-bases. Extracted as examples for the Bureau of American Ethnology from (chiefly) North American languages
Grammatical terms: Terms expressing actors, actions, etc. in the following dialects: Page: 2. Isleta 3. Arapaho 4. Nahuatl 5. Delaware 6. Penobscot 7. Passamaquoddy 8. Maya 9. Quiche 10. Kechua 11. Ojibwa 12. Kataba 13, 18, 24. Tonkawa 14. Dakota 15. Shawnee 16. Peoria 17. Blackfoot 19. Cree 20. Micmac 21. Peoria 22. Hidatsa 23. Wichita.
MS 1352 Comparative Crow and Hidatsa vocabulary
Approximately 165 words in each language recorded on a printed "Comparative Vocabulary" form.
MS 4800 James O. Dorsey papers
Reverend James Owen Dorsey (1848-1895) was a missionary and Bureau of American Ethnology ethnologist who conducted extensive research on Siouan tribes and languages.The papers of James Owen Dorsey comprise mostly ethnographic and linguistic materials on various tribes of the Siouan language family as well as tribes from Siletz Reservation in Oregon. These materials include texts and letters with interlineal translations; grammar notes; dictionaries; drawings; and his manuscripts. In addition, the collection contains Dorsey's correspondence, newspaper clippings, his obituaries, and reprints.
MS 933-b Biloxi vocabulary with some cognate forms in Catawba, Santee, Yankton and Teton Dakota, Hidatsa, Kansa and Tutelo In Department of the Interior schedule
Dorsey, James Owen, 1848-1895
173 entries in printed U. S. Geographical and Geological Survey "Comparative Vocabulary" form. Corrections of entries 92 and 93 by J. Owen Dorsey.
MS 1389 Language of the Dakotas and Cognate tribes
With marginal queries by James Owen Dorsey. Lists languages of the "Dakotan" [Siouan] stock, makes general observations on them, compares Dakota, Ponka, Hidatsa, Mandan and Iowa numerals.
MS 1311-a Long Arm. A Myth of the Hidatsa or Gros Ventre Indians
MS 4234 Comparative notes on Siouan languages
8 Items (slips )
Contents: Comparative vocabulary, 117 items, in English, Hidatsa, Ofo, Mandan, Dakota, Biloxi, Tutelo, Osage and (a few) Winnebago. 3 pages. Comparison of 24 words: English, Catawba, Ofo, Tutelo, Dakota and Quapaw. 1 slip. Synonyms for the name "Ofo". 1 slip. Summary of history of classification of Tutelo, Catawba, and Woccon as Siouan. 1 slip.
MS 7060 Copy of typescript of "Village movements of the northern horticulturists (Mandan and Hidatsa), 1675 to 1860" and a corrected copy of "Mandan and Hidatsa villages in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries," by Frank Henderson Stewart
published in Plains Anthropologist, 1974. Also printed article, 16 pages. Manuscript is extended version of article.
MS 2028 Notebook containing North American Indian and other vocabularies collected by A.S. Gatschet and others, and miscellaneous notes and bibliographic references
Loew, O. (Oscar), 1844-
Brinton, Daniel G. (Daniel Garrison), 1837-1899
The material is in the handwriting of A.S. Gatschet, in a composition book. In the same volume are numerous miscellaneous notes, many in German script; brief bibliographic notes, and notes of an apparently personal nature. There are also extracts from the Codex Wangianus, from Charles Lyell, and from others. In …