Vocabulary and texts in notebook.
Also note of transmittal, May 27, 1911. Letter of F. W. Hodge, April 24, 1911, re Pawnee verb, I do it, 2 pages, typed, and Pawnee verb paradigms, 3 pages.
Handwritten. Presented by the compiler, April 28, 1911. Copy of 1 page letter of transmittal filed with the manuscript.
Relating mainly to historical references to the Pawnees.
In leather-bound notebook. Omaha, pages 2-27, 46, 49, 54-62 and 65, including corrections and annotations in red ink by J. Owen Dorsey. Pawnee, pages 28-48 and 50-53. "Extract from Ridgley's Postscript to his two sermons on Original Sin, pages 63-64.
Also Transcriptions of music and musical analysis. With "Notes on Songs and the Composers," by James R. Murie. 9 pages.
Typed, with diacritical marks in ink. Evidently a very careful copy of 1992-a.
Photocopy of pages 34-67. Includes account of the Osage and Mandan delegates brought to Washington in 1806 by Meriwether Lewis, as well as notes on Southeastern tribes, Delaware, and Pawnee.