In parallel columns on foolscap sheets numbered 1-2, 5-15 in Gatschet's hand. No date. [1874, 1875 13 pages by Loew, with notes by A.S. Gatschet on bottom of page 15 and its reverse.
Section of Northern Paiute (pages 11-61) contains ethnological and ethnobotanical vocabulary in Paviotso. On page 12, Powers remarks: "The words here are in the Pyramid Lake dialect."
Miscellaneous sentences and song texts in the Kaibab Southern Paiute dialect of Ute, with several "Utah" chants. One page written on back of geological field notes of August 8, 1873.
Vocabulary of Southern Paiute dialect of Ute.
The collection consists of photographs depicting Ute and Paiute Indians, mostly informal portraits, with some individuals holding baskets, bow and arrows, and rifles. The photographs may have been made on a Powell expedition. Many of the prints are the same as those normally used to make stereographs, and the mounts appear to be pages removed from ...
Apparently copied from Manuscript 1484, but with changes. Copied by clerk and taped to larger sheets in alphabetical order.
Lists chiefs and bands, with notes on mortuary customs. Some items duplicated.
Recorded in Department of Interior Comparative Vocabulary. Copied from Manuscripts 818 and 807. Contains numerous errors in transcription. See originals.