Including several specimens, and notes regarding dyeing, etc. Assorted sizes of paper, packages of specimens very small.
Also includes Zuni (and Taos 1-13 at end) notebook marked, "Field Notes of Mrs M. C. Stevenson; New Mexico Plants." Apparently a catalog list of specimens collected. Numbers 1-167, plants named; numbers 168-500 vacant; locality not stated [Zuni ?]. Also at end, "Taos collection", Numbers 1-13. Plant specimens are Taos.
Recorded in Schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages.
Appears to be merely a series of extracts from published sources giving "Indian" (no specific tribe) uses of plants.
These appear to be footnotes or notes for insertion into the text of a manuscript which is not here - see also number 2088.
Contains 930 terms.
Handwritten manuscript of 32 numbered and 40 unnumbered pages. Also letter of August 17, 1912 to F. W. Hodge concerning plant identifications. 2 pages typed.
Introduction only. Also 3 miscellaneous pages typed.