MS 2350 Onondaga myth "Dehotgonsgaieen" or "The Wry-faced Man-being"
From Joshua Buck. Revised May 1929, and 1931. 10 pages (and 4-) Hadu' i.
MS 3851 Grammatic Form and the Verb Concept in Iroquoian Speech
Also The Paradigm A or Wa - table showing use of, 4 pages; Iroquoian vocabulary, 9 pages; miscellaneous notes.
MS 3835 Wyandot creation story from Jean de Brébeuf
Brébeuf, Jean de, Saint, 1593-1649
MS 460 Lord's Prayer in Onondaga
Beauchamp, William Martin, 1830-1925
Hewitt, J. N. B. (John Napoleon Brinton), 1859-1937
Translated into Onondaga. Also a copy and letter from W. M. Beauchamp, dated December 10, 1887.
MS 3775 Note on the linguistic family of the Croatan tribe
Relates to the linguistic family of the Croatan tribe. Quotes Mooney.
MS 1503 Sahaptin Vocabulary
MS 3582 Some Processes of Dyeing. Iroquoian
Brief paper on dyes made from plants and roots.
MS 2880 Miscellaneous material on the Woman Chief in the Iroquoian polity
MS 2586 The young man and the giant