This accession consists of the primary National Postal Museum website and blog as they existed on October 9, 2014. The website includes information about the museum and its exhibitions, collections, research, events, and educational resources. It also includes online exhibitions. Detailed collection information is not included in this accession. The blog, titled …
MS 525 Vocabulary of the Tahko dialect of the Tongass (Stikine or Thlinkitt)
Tolmie, William Fraser
MS 525-a: Vocabulary, 2 pp. on printed form "Comparative Vocabulary of Indian Languages" (original ms.) MS 525-b: Copy of the above vocabulary, by George Gibbs. Printed as "Taku-kwan" on pp. 121-131 Contributions to N.A. Ethnology. 1877.
MS 152 Comparative vocabulary of the Kutchakutchin
Vocabulary according to the following sources: W. L. Hardisty (cf. Bureau of American Ethnology Manuscript 92, copy 1); Kennicott's Manuscript (cf. Bureau of American Ethnology Manuscript 160-a); and "another more complete printed copy of Kennicott" (Bureau of American Ethnology Manuscript 160-c); with remarks by F.L.O. Roehrig. Received January 15, 1874. Vocabulary 9 unnumbered pages, and …
MS 163 Comparative vocabulary of animal and bird names
In two columns, headed "A cho to e ten ni / Liard Slaves," and "Kutcha kutchin / Youkon Indians."
MS 657 Notes and comments on the native languages of California and the Northwest
Contents: 657 (a)- Comments on the Salishan vocabularies, 5 pages fcp., and 5 pages various sizes. (b)- Comments on the vocabularies of the California tribes, 13 pages various sizes.
MS 721 Clallam vocabulary
Contains 174 terms. (a)- Vocabulary, on printed schedule distributed by George Gibbs, Fort Townsend, Washington Territory. (1853-54). Original ? (b)- Additional sheet 8 3/4 in x 7 1/2 in with 7 terms for salmon in Clallam, and list of numerals copied from (a). (c)- Sheet 5 1/2 in x 7 3/4 in with additional terms.
MS 4353 Miscellaneous notes, bibliographies, vocabularies, etc. dealing with the problem of Trans-Pacific transfers and migrations
500 Items (ca. 500 slips)
MS 178 Manuscripts relating to the Apache language, by John B. White, physician at the San Carlos Reservation, Arizona Territory
See also NAA MS 178-a, NAA MS 178-b-1, NAA MS 178-b-2, and NAA MS 178-b-3.
Sauk words, phrases and sentences in Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages
Jones, William, 1871-1909
Schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages, pages 77-84, partly filled; page 116 one notation; Pages 132-133, 11 notations; pages 192-196 partly filled. (Supplement to copybooks in quarto containing same language, and same informant.) 103 terms.
Edward Lamson Henry letters and envelope
Three letters: one to Mrs. May, April 30, 1872; a letter to Miss Helen, November 11, 1870; a letter to Miss Helen McCleese, August 4, 1869 and an envelope addressed to Miss McCleese, all from Henry.