MS 3609 Statement by Oliver Lamere on the Winnebago Trickster figure
Lamere, Oliver, 1879-1930
1 Item (slip )
MS 229 Hotcangara [Winnebago] Syllabary
Hewitt, J. N. B. (John Napoleon Brinton), 1859-1937
Also Meeker to Bureau of American Ethnology, Winnebago, Nebraska transmitting this syllabary October 29, 1895. Autograph letter signed. 3 pages. Presents the native Winnebago syllabary with corresponding transcriptions in a phonetic system improvised by Meeker, and in the Bureau of American Ethnology system. Meeker attempts to establish a root meaning for each syllable …
MS 4652 Myth-Cycles of the Winnebago
Contains brief introduction, brief summary and analysis of the Trickster cycle, and complete texts of the Hare (Transformer), Red Horn ("The Strife of the Demi-Gods"), and Twin ("The Hero-Gods") cycles.
MS 2832 Ethnological notes on Pottawatami and Winnebago religion from Mrs Bullard
MS 1989-b Winnebago-English vocabulary
Gatschet, Albert S. (Albert Samuel), 1832-1907
Extracts from the original manuscript made by Albert S. Gatschet, Winnebago Agency, Nebraska, August-September, 1889. Recorded in a pocketsize memorandum book.
MS 1357 Comparative vocabulary of Dakota, Winnebago, Omaha, and Ponka
MS 935 Comparative vocabulary of Winnebago, Omaha, Ponka, and Dakota
Henry, Joseph, 1797-1878
With grammatical notes and letter of transmittal to Joseph Henry. Autograph letter signed. 2 pages.
MS 2065 Franz Boas Notebook
Contains a Shoshoni vocabulary taken at Carlisle, Pennsylvania in March, 1908. 44 pages. Also contains notes and vocabulary on Tsimshian, and a short Winnebago vocabulary.
MS 1994 Omaha vocabulary, place names, texts, grammatical and ethnological notes
La Flesche, Francis, 1857-1932
Miller, George (Omaha)
400 Items (ca. 400 slips)
The English-Omaha vocabulary slips are typed with some errors in transcription. Recorded in two composition books. Informants: 1888 and 1895, Francis LaFlesche; 1889, George Miller.