MS 4728 Notes concerning locations and dialects of "Chil-koh-tin," Carrier, "Sekanais," and "Nah-anes"
MS 213 Vocabulary of the Sicanny language
Gibbs, George, 1815-1873
Annotated copy by George Gibbs from Manuscript Number 1682, "Report of the Exploration from Quesnel to Lake Tatla... [B. C.]," 1865, by Frank L. Pope.
MS 1857 Photostat copy of Comparative Athapascan vocabulary: "Tu-cho-tinne [Tutchone ?], Tha-kenni [Sekani], A-cho-tinne [Slave], Sha-two'-ho-tinne [Kaska ?], Tanana, Kai-cho-tinne [?], Louchoux [Kutchin]"
MS 203-a Memoranda in reference to Kennicott's Indian vocabularies of Arctic America
List, in Kennicott's hand, of seven Athapascan vocabularies collected by him, with notes on circumstances and locality of their collection.
MS 151 Comparative vocabulary of the languages of four Athapascan tribes
Tribal languages as follows: Kat a-gottine (fleuve McKenzie), Yeta-gottine (montagnes-rocheuses), Katche-gottine (limite des bois au N. E. de Good-Hope), Nnea-gottine (limite des bois au S. E. de Anderson). Fort Good Hope, McKenzie River. In Smithsonian printed outline of 212 words.
MS 221 Comparative vocabulary of Chipewyan, Hare, Kutchin and Eskimo
In Smithsonian printed outline of 212 words. (Number 170).
MS 7561 Anthropology lyrics for songs
Included are lyrics "The King-Pin of Anthropology" for the tune of Gilbert and Sullivan's "I'm the Ruler of the Queen's Navee"; The Northern Athabascan Bastards", by Lurie for the tune of the "Wabash Cannonball"; "The Great Athabascan Migration for the tune of the "Wabash Cannonball"; and "The Ethnolinguists Lament: by …
MS 7056 Transcriptions of songs sung by Yakutat Tlingit
McAllester, David P. (David Park), 1916-2006
Includes some songs in Tsimshian, Haida (?), and Ahtena, Tutchone, and other northern Athapaskan languages.
MS 1274 Journal of a trip from Edmonton, Alberta, north via Lesser Slave Lake to Lake Athabasca, Saskatchewan, and along MacKenzie River to Fort Good Hope; and also between Great Slave and Great Bear Lakes and Coppermine River, MacKenzie
Pages 79-100, Dogrib vocabulary; pages 200-218, [Yellowknife] vocabulary; pages 219-232, Loucheux (Kutchin) vocabulary.