Ives Goddard papers
The papers are a miscellany that includes linguistic and ethnographic fieldnotes (1964-2005), teaching materials, student papers, papers for scholarly meetings, and research materials. There are handouts for an introductory course on Algonquian and papers and notes on Arapaho linguistic history, Conoy linguistics (including a transcription of texts--Christian prayers copied from …
Whole Town's Talking
Television broadcast produced by WOI-TV, Ames, Iowa. At a general meeting with representative George Youngbear presiding, members of the Fox and Kak Indians of the Tama Reservation, discuss topics of concern, including: the threat of the reservation's federally funded schools becoming state run, the reservation's lack of arable land, and …
Truman Michelson Photograph Collection
244 Items (negatives)
Virtually all of the photographs were made by Michelson during his field work. A few items, however, are by D. L. Duvall, De Lancey W. Gill, and others. Most are of Fox subjects, but there are also items identified, some tentatively, as Arapaho, Blackfoot (Piegan), Chippewa, Menominee, Mexican Kickapoo, Micmac …
MS 4860 James A. Geary papers on Algonquian linguistics
Collection includes Fox, Ojibwa, and Cheyenne linguistic data obtained from informants; Fox and Ojibwa dictionaries prepared largely from published sources; notes on Powhatan, Cree, Menominee, and comparative Algonquian; publications in and concerning Algonquian languages; correspondence; and miscellaneous personal papers.
MS 3217 Catamenial ceremony
Also Wolf gens, text by Shawata, English translation. List of Indian tribes known to Shawata; kinship terms by Shawata; medicine ceremony at Jim Bear's; syllabic text by H.L. and English translation of same.
MS 3112 Miscellaneous Vocabularies to various texts
Vocabularies to the following: 1. Wisakea story, by A.K. (?); 2. Snapping Turtle story by A.K.; 3. V. dentata; 4. Bear and Rabbit, by A.K.; 5. Vocabulary to unknown text; 6. Story of Bitticea, by Sam Peters; 7. Vocabulary to unknown text by Jim Peters; 8. Bullard's Toad woman story; 9. A.K.'s story of Wolf and Fox; 10. Bitticea story …
MS 2984 Fox Legends
Kiyana, Alfred, 1877-1918
Contents: The man who fasted too long; (5 pages text, 5 pages translation); Wi-te-ko-ka-A (19 pages text, 19 pages translation); A young man who fasted (16 pages text, 16 pages translation); The woman who froze to death (5 pages text, 5 pages translation); A Muskwakie who fasted (6 pages text, 6 pages translation). English paraphrase by Ida Powshiek.
Photos are of Potawatomi (Prairie Band) and a few Sauk and Fox Indians, taken at various dates from the 1880's to 1957. Feder's captions, transcribed from negative jackets, are with prints in album. Most of the persons in the photographs are identified by name. Feder evidently secured some of the identification …
MS 3203 Notes on Fox ethnography and linguistics
With a few pages of notes relating to each of the following: Cheyenne, Cree, Kickapoo, "Massachusetts Indians," Menominee, Seminole, and Shawnee; and a small amount of Jones' correspondence, 1907-1909, and correspondence about Jones after his death, 1909-1911.
MS 3001 Phonetic transcription and notes for "Autobiography of a Fox woman" collected by Truman Michelson
Kiyana, Alfred, 1877-1918
Phonetic transcription of Shapochiwa's dictation of "Autobiography of a Fox woman." There are also extensive grammatical and ethnological notes by Shapochiwa's husband, Harry Lincoln, and notes on death ritual from Alfred Kiyana.