Begins same way as Bureau of American Ethnology Manuscript Number 892, volume 1, and contains at least some of the same material. Contents of Number 896 appear to have been transcribed in Number 2048-a except for pages 253-255.
This collection consists of 3 audiocassettes of interviews conducted by Rev. Dr. Reaves F. Nahwooks in 1998 with members of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribe of the Fort Hall Reservation in Ft. Hall, Idaho. These interviews were designed to gain information on the original relationship between Shoshones and Comanches, the early history of the two tribes a...
Recorded in Schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages.
Glossary, with references to page and line in author's other notebooks. (Cf. Bureau of American Ethnology Manuscript Number 2048-a, pages 74-266.)
Also reprint from American Anthropologist, Volume 12, Number 1-January-March 1910 containing Mr Harrington's article comparing the Kiowan and the Tanoan phonetics.
This collection contains a U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Indian Affairs report written by Lucile Hamner (1901-1997) documenting the housing conditions in the Lovelock Indian Colony Reservation region in Nevada in 1935.
Contains a vocabulary of the Bannock dialect of Paviotso on pages 3-12
Prints, from negatives submitted by T.W. Daniels, Moran, Wyoming, with letter of May 2, 1949, copy of which is filed with prints. A map of the Washakie (now Shoshone) National Forest with the areas marked which accompanied the negatives is filed with the original correspondence. (U.S. National Museum files). The negatives were returned to Mr. Danie...