MS 3889 Annotated copy of "Observations on the Ethnology of the Sauk Indians" and related notes
Skinner, Alanson, 1886-1925
Memoranda of critical notes on "Observations on the Ethnology of the Sauk Indians," by Alanson Skinner (Bulletin Pub. Museum of Milwaukee, 1923).
MS 3703 Penobscot vocabulary and extract from "Journal de la Mission de 1815"
Plessis, Joseph Octave, 1763-1825
Indian words, English not given except in very few instances. Also extract from "Journal de la Mission de 1815 (Bishop Plessis), Manuscript, Ottawa Library. Submitted by E. C. Buck, Secy. Government India, Bengal Civil Service. Relates incidents of confirmation of Penobscots by the Bishop of Quebec, and festivities connected therewith. 3 pages …
MS 3786 Comparative linguistic notes
MS 1638 Nanabosho Myth
Transliteration into the Bureau of American Ethnology alphabet of Chippewa text, Number 1637.
MS 3929 Iroquois vocabulary
On cards, compiled fron information furnished in reply to letters of inquiry. Cayuga, Cherokee, Huron, Iroquois, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Tuscarora, Seneca, and Susquehanna terms are included, interfiled.
MS 1069 Anglo-Saxon Texts and Glosses
Several of the Psalms translated into Anglo-Saxon, and a number of charms, with glosses.
MS 2891 English translation of Requickening address
"The Mind-soothing Address".
MS 3879 Iroquois and Kawia vocabularies and texts
Cartier, Jacques, 1491-1557
Notebook contains the following: Cartier's Iroquoian vocabulary, 1534 and 1535. 8 pages. Kawia (Kaweya) vocabulary, December 29, 1906, taken at Washington, D.C. 12 pages. 4 pages type scrap. Iroquoian metaphors (LaPotherie)- 4 pages. Vocabulary 2nd voyage, from Number 3499. Also extracts- Cartier, from Hakluyt (1534-40), 28 pages.
MS 2317 Tsinekwentariha
MS 715 Version of a portion of the law of murder