MS 116 Comparative Vocabulary of the English and Jicarilla Apache languages
In printed Smithsonian outline. Includes signed preface by MacElroy, 3 pages; equivalents of numerals from 1 to 7,000, 6 pages and vocabulary of approximately 162 terms, 10 pages.
MS 3951 Sketch of a pattern of a sandal of yucca fibre from cliff-dwelling No. 3, Jicarilla Apache Reservation, Dulce, N.M
Includes four sketches and 1 photograph of designs in sandstone wall, Cliff-dwelling No. 2, Jicarilla Apache Reservation.
MS 1302-a Jicarilla Apache vocabulary and notes
Vocabulary listed according to categories in Powellʼs printed outline with added information on culture, customs and religion.
MS 3035 A Report on a short reconnaissance in the Jicarilla Apache Reservation and the surrounding country
MS 1219-a Shoshoni and Apache Music, Collected and Arranged by W. J. Hoffman, M. D. , Late Organist First German Reformed Church, Reading, Pennsylvania
Musical transcription of two Shoshoni songs, 1 page, and 1 Jicarilla Apache song, 1 page.
Ralph Aspaas collection
181 Negatives (photographic)
This collection contains 207 photographs documenting U.S. Allotting Agent Ralph Aspaas (1876-1939), his work, his family, and his travels around the United States southwest circa 1900-1915. The bulk of the materials in this collection depict scenes from the Jicarilla Apache Reservation in New Mexico and the Tohono O'odham (Papago) in Arizona. The photographs …
MS 115 Comparative vocabulary of the Jicarilla Apaches
Gibbs, George, 1815-1873
Copied from Reports of Secretary of Warar, Senate ex. document No. 64, 31st Cong., 1st sess., 1850. Simpsonʹs contribution to this report included "35 words of the Ticorilla [sic], a branch of the Apaches (no. 8), obtained by Lieutenant Simpson from an Apache Indian, a prisoner in the guard-house at Santa Fe."-- Information from Pilling, Bureau …
MS 186 Terms, phrases and sentences from Apache dialects gathered from various informants by Albert S. Gatschet
Cushing, Frank Hamilton, 1857-1900
Apache terms obtained from some Chiricahua Apaches, sent as delegates to the U. S. Government from the San Carlos Reservation, Arizona, and present at the Fremont House, Washington, on February 12, 1884, pages 5-6; terms of the Tsigakina dialect, pages 7-8; Sentences in the Navajo dialect of Apache, obtained from Frank Hamilton Cushing, 1882, and …
MS 1953 Notebook, marked, "Trip, 1894-5 (Sinecu &c)
Includes vocabulary and other notes on Jicarilla, Lipan, Mescalero, Sinecu, Sumas, "Pueblita three miles from Jemez," Isleta, Peyote, Macuchi (?), and "Tepehuan[e]." Also 14 loose pages, various sizes, containing miscellaneous bibliographic notes and extracts relating to several of the above, and to Piro and "Quivira."