MS 3471 Names and locations of Alaskan villages and people with a list of 52 villages
Villages numbered 1-29: "Aklomyut villages"; 30-38: villages south of "Cape Romantzov"; 39-46: villages "from [Askemuk] Point to the Kusilvak Mountain"; 47-52: villages "between Kusilvak channel and Cape Romantzov."
MS 7478 Kiokee Village Site No. 1; Kiokee Village Site No 2 and Soapstone Quarry
MS 7060 Copy of typescript of "Village movements of the northern horticulturists (Mandan and Hidatsa), 1675 to 1860" and a corrected copy of "Mandan and Hidatsa villages in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries," by Frank Henderson Stewart
published in Plains Anthropologist, 1974. Also printed article, 16 pages. Manuscript is extended version of article.
MS 2915 Field drawings of Tlingit and Haida village plans, and section of printed map with annotations
Contents: Tlingit: (1) Sketch Map showing the Tuxekan Village. 1922. (Monuments worth preserving and worth transporting indicated in blue and red, respectively.) 22"x 36". (2) Tongass Island Village, diagram. April 29, 1922. 18" x 10 1/2". (3) Map showing the names of places in the vicinity of Kaduqguka ("Tongass Village") on "Port Tongass" base map of Coast & Geodetic Survey. Sites …
108: an East Village review
Complete set (13 issues) of the newsletter 108: An East Village Review (also titled 108 East Village Review and 108 Review) published between June 1986 and Winter 1988-89.
MS 552-a Sketch map showing western Shasta villages, Karok and Yurok villages on Klamath River, Chilula villages on Redwood Creek
Ink sketch with A. legend.
Adrienne DeArmas photographs of Tlingit village in Klukwan, Alaska
Images of streets, houses, and other buildings in Klukwan, a Tlingit village in Alaska, made on August 6, 1993. According to a description by photographer Adrienne DeArmas, the images form "a panoramic view of the Tlingit Village in Klukwan, Alaska, U.S.A. . . .The slides begin on the left-hand side of the road which …
MS 2053 Map of village sites, shell heaps, shops, and camps of the Maryland Indians visited and examined by W. H. Love from 1858 to 1894
There are also two sites indicated in pencil in another hand (Mc Guire? Holmes?) on Indian River, Delaware; one of these, "Nanticoke village," probably refers tro an existing rather than an archeological village.