MS 1701 Comparative Miami vocabularies
Handy, Charles N.
Miami words obtained by J.P. Dunn in 1908 from a Miami Indian named Gabriel Godfroy, of Peru, Indiana; compared with Miami words collected by Volney, 1797. (published; see manuscript for reference); and Miami words collected by Charles N. Handy, 1850 (published; see manuscript). Also sample conjugation of verbs and grammatical discussion by Dunn …
MS 21 Miami vocabulary in Department of the Interior schedule
MS 1789 Photostat copy of French and Miami-Illinois Dictionary
Pages 4-140 missing in this copy.
MS 2483 Peoria- and Miami-English dictionary
Hall, J. Eugene
Alphabetical arrangement, Miami and Peoria interfiled; some cards identified as Miami or Peoria at upper right. Numbers following words presumably refer to pages in certain of Gatschet's notebooks. Handwritten cards are mainly in Gatschet's hand. Main dictionary 2638 cards.
Margarita Cano papers
Margarita Cano's papers measure 0.2 linear feet and date from 1983-1985. The collection primarily concerns the 1983 exhibition The Miami Generation, 9 Cuban-American Artists, an exhibition organized by The Cuban Museum of Art in Culture in cooperation with the Miami-Dade Public Library System and for which Cano served as Project Director. Curated by Guilio V. Blanc, the exhibition included work by Mario Bencomo, Maria Brito-Avellana, Humberto Calzada, Pablo Cano, Emilio Falero, Fernando Garcia, Juan Gonzalez, Carlos Macia, and Cesar Trasobares. The exhibition traveled to Meridian House International in Washington, DC and later to Philadelphia at the Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies in 1985. Found are two files of correspondence, exhibition planning and publicity files, a catalog, checklist, and photocopied news clippings. Most of the documents are photocopies. There is also one folder of slides and photographs of works of art in the exhibition.
MS 2083 Miami and Peoria grammatical tables extracted from Albert Gatschet's notes by Truman Michelson
Miami-Peoria verb charts extracted from Albert Gatchet's notes.
MS 1695 Miami Texts
Dunn, Jacob Piatt, 1855-1924
Papangamwa Alsokakana (The Fox Stories); Little Turtle, His Speech; The Awl, His Story.