Includes: 1546-a, Original vocabulary by McGee in schedule of J.W. Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages. (Found 1955-previously uncatalogued). Also 1546-b, Vocabulary, copy by A.S. Gatschet, 34 pages.
Recorded in schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages. Extensive and excellent vocabulary of Papago. McGee's phonetics are amazingly accurate.
Recorded in schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages. Part of the schedule is missing. Less complete than the author's Manuscript 659, but the phonetics are good.
Relative to Georgia map in the Eighteenth Annual Report (Royce-Indian Land Cessions in the U.S.)
Transmits small stone "idol" [tunkan--RDM] given to Allison in 1881 by the Hunkpapa chief, Black Moon.
Includes letter to W. J. McGee, Bureau of American Ethnology, transmitting the above. Washington, D. C. March 29, 1900. Autograph letter signed. 1 page.
Also includes typed letter to Editor of Science, June 7, 1887, on the subject "Do the enactments of the legislative bodies of this country tend toward justice or injustice ?" 13 pages. Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Professor W. J. McGee, which accompanied a letter sent by Mr Bell to Secretary Langley regarding the death of Major Powell; the ...
With corrections by Gatschet. Letter of transmittal addressed to Prof. W.J. McGee