MS 3699 Vocabulary of 16 words of the Cayuga, Oneida and Seneca tribes
MS 492 Do-a'-da-ne'- gen' and Hotkwistadegena Seneca text
Also carbon copy of English translation, 39 pages.
MS 497-a Ho-da-den-on and Ga'-ni'-gon-on' (Hodadenon and His Elder Sister)
Carbon copy also in file.
MS 3567 Iroquois Texts
Contents: Linguistic notes, lists of words; etymology of the name of the League "The people of the longhouse." Iroquois loan words in Algonquin; place names; personal names- Susquehanna; Onondaga adverbs and particles; notes- Mrs Jones, 1925- Onondaga; classification of Iroquoian languages; Seneca vocabulary.
MS 485 Kennon skwa Legend
Two copies- text with interlinear translation, 5 pages and typed carbon copy, 4 pages, English Translation.
MS 2361 A man, a raccoon, and the Rattlesnake people: a Tuscarora Iroquoian mythic text
Henry, Joseph (Tuscarora)
With English translation, 15 page typescript.
MS 4000 Origin of Indian Corn - Blood Clot Boy Legend
Two copies of same version and 6 pages miscellaneous.
MS 3558 Miscellaneous Iroquois notes
Charles, A., Cayuga
Van Every, George, Chief
On the following subjects: Nanabozho; (Nothing seen in folder on Nanabozho MCB, 1956); Deganawida, Ohwachira; Cayuga chief titles in various dialects, particularly from A. Charles (Cayuga) in 1917, and George Van Every, May, 1919; miscellaneous notes on clans and social organization. Lists, tables, etc. (1934).
MS 447 "The Cheroki an Iroquoian Language. A Critical Study and Comparison of Etymologies, words, sentence words, phrase-forms and conjugations common to the Cherokian and Iroquoian tongues to establish their common origin."
Mooney, James, 1861-1921
Includes A. annotations in red ink by James Mooney, concerning the Cherokee. Two series of pages numbered 1-10 account for the fact that the page Numbers run from 1-76 and yet there are 86 pages of text plus the title page.
MS 416 Draft of letter to O. H. Marshall signed by M. B. Pierce, containing notes on Red Jacket, White Chief, Big Kettle, Little Billy
Hewitt, J. N. B. (John Napoleon Brinton), 1859-1937
Marshall, O. H. (Orsamus Holmes), 1813-1884
Reply to inquiry about burial places of certain Iroquois men: Red Jacket, Farmer's Brother. Pollard, Young King, Big Kettle, Little Billy, White Chief. Gives Indian name but no information re burial site except for Red Jacket. "...will write...again"