MS 3672 Footnote, Number 1
Explanation of the term Teyenotaton as referring to custom of protection of children born with a caul. Apparently portion of a manuscript.
MS 878 "At the Forest Edge" (fore part of ceremony)
MS 1654 Chant of welcome (Wood's Edge)
Hill, Asa R.
MS 2484 Partial Tuscarora vocabulary with paradigms
Runs from U-nen'-c,e, potato thru U-tci-nen't' he-re, a curl of hair.
MS 2878 A tradition of bear-foot, called "Only floating clouds"
Translation of Number 660.
MS 3661 Officers of the Government
Gives the names or titles of the various officers and the duties required of them. Written with ink, and probably executed many years ago, as indicated by the paper and ink.
MS 2875 Origin of Corn Legend
Also 17 pages translation.
MS 442 Seneca grammatical notes
MS 2892 Predicative function in Iroquoian speech as exemplified in Tuscarora
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