Videohistory contains original and reference videos and photographs documenting a lecture program for children by Patsy Sherman, inventor of Scotchgard.
Full title page reads, "Words and Geographic Names from the Cherokee Language, Eastern or Mountain Cherokee dialect obtained through N. Jarrett Smith, chief, of Quallatown, North Carolina by Albert S. Gatschet, Bureau of Ethnology, February, 1886."
Partly filled. Also scribes copy in notebook. 106 pages.
Copied from Strachey, "The Historie of Travaile into Virginia...," 1849, and Smith, "Voyages."
In Gatschetʹs handwriting, states they are not accurate nor very reliable and not easy to translate.
Entered in parallel columns in Dept. of Interior "Comparative Vocabulary" outline of 211 words in the handwriting of a clerk, with identifications on the title page and some other annotations in handwriting of A. S. Gatschet.
Includes occasional brief references to the Mattaponi and Chickahominy. Contents: Indian medicines by Lavinia Cook, 3 pages; names of Chiefs, from "Mrs R. C.," 1 page; the country and animals hunted, 1 page; tenure of lands, 1 page; population, 1 page; government, 1 page; "sustentation," 1 page; local names in King William Co., Virginia, 3 pages, n...
This collection contains biographical material on both Feltons; a handwritten bound report by Felton on the construction of the Norfolk Co. Railroad, 1847 1849; correspondence, 1861 1927, to and from both Feltons; various reports on military railroads during the World War years; and news clippings and articles on the Feltons, 1889-1930.