With data concerning each of the persons named, detailing vital statistics, mode of life, blood mixture, and other somatologic informatiom.
Includes "Note" and "Key to Pronunciation" by A.C. Anderson. 27 pages.
Recorded in Smithsonian Institution Comparative Vocabulary. Includes annotations in pencil in the handwriting of J.B.N. Hewitt concerning similarities with Kiliwi and Cochimi.
Concerns the attempted colonization of Lower California by the Mexican authorities, and its subsequent relinquishment to the Jesuits. Manuscript originally had 31 pages- 11 missing. Typed, with corrections in hand of ?
Clerk's copy, from the vocabularies collected by Azpell at Camp Gaston, California, 1870 (Cf. Bureau of American Ethnology Manuscript 83); by Gibbs at mouth of Trinity River, California, 1852; and by Gibbs at Klamath and Trinity Rivers, California, 1851 (Cf. Bureau of American Ethnology Manuscripts 128ab and 130).
In Schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages, partly filled.
About Piquefite = Coyote in Karok. (Cf. Curtin vocabulary #847, recorded June-July 1889.