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Abstract

Formed in 1927 under the initiative of Franz Boas, Edward Sapir, and other academic linguists, the Committee on Native American Languages of the American Council of Learned Societies was charged with documenting the endangered languages of indigenous Americans.

The Collection of the American Council of Learned Socities Committee of Native American Languages is one of the largest and most significant primary resources for study of the indigenous languages of North America. Beginning with the creation of the Committee in 1927, and periodically added to since by the APS, the collection has grown to over 80 linear feet of material representing at least 166 languages and dialects from the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The formats range from field notes and ethnographic texts to slip files, vocabularies, lexica, and grammars, and dozens of linguists and Native consultants are represented. Although most of the material was collected in the 1920s and 1930s, a signficant number of items have been added that extends the range of dates represented both backward and forward.

Background note

Formed in 1927 under the initiative of Franz Boas, Edward Sapir, and other academic linguists, the Committee on Native American Languages of the American Council of Learned Societies was charged with documenting the endangered languages of indigenous Americans. Wielding grants to encourage research, the Committee was chaired by Boas and staffed by Manuel J. Andrade, Jaime de Angulo, Roland B. Dixon, Pliny E. Goddard, Bernard Haile, John P. Harrington, Harry Hoijer, Melville Jacobs, Diamond Jenness, Alfred V. Kidder, Alfred L. Kroeber, Truman Michelson, Frans M. Olbrechts, Gladys A. Reichard, Frank G. Speck, Edgar H. Sturtevant, Morris Swadesh, and John R. Swanton, among others.

Scope and content

The Collection of the American Council of Learned Socities Committee of Native American Languages is one of the largest and most significant primary resources for study of the indigenous languages of North America. Beginning with the creation of the Committee in 1927, and periodically added to since by the APS, the collection has grown to over 80 linear feet of material representing at least 166 languages and dialects from the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The formats range from field notes and ethnographic texts to slip files, vocabularies, lexica, and grammars, and dozens of linguists and Native consultants are represented. Although most of the material was collected in the 1920s and 1930s, a signficant number of items have been added that extends the range of dates represented backward into the 1880s and forward in the late 1950s.

Includes notes and manuscripts of Franz Boas; materials solicited by and sent to Boas from field workers and native informants; manuscripts submitted for publication in the International Journal of American Linguistics (1917-1939); manuscripts resulting from research supported by the Committee on American Native Languages of the American Council of Learned Societies (1927-1937); papers of anthropologists and linguists associated with Boas and Edward Sapir; reports and other materials resulting from Phillips Fund grants made by the APS.

During the 1940s, the ACLS collection was arranged by language (and language family) by C. F. Voegelin and Zellig S. Harris, who also listed a significant quantity of miscellaneous non-linguistic material. Their index was published in a supplement to Language 21, 3 (1945). Among the non-linguistic material not indexed by Voegelin and Harris are data on folklore, mythology, and general ethnology, with some emphasis on African Americans, Africans, and the work of Boas's colleagues in Russia.

Since its arrival in Philadelphia, the APS has periodically added additional material to the collection. Among the more notable additions are some highly important field notes and other material donated by Alfred Kroeber in 1946 relating to early research (1902-1910) on California Athabascan languages (Chilula, Hupa, Kato, Mattole, Nongatl, Pomo, Sinkyoke, Tolowa, Wailaki, and Whilkut), and a suite of manuscripts by Edward Sapir presented by his family and colleagues in 1972. A number of individual linguists have also contributed individually to the collection, including Edward Ahenakew, Morris Swadesh, Kenneth Croft, Norman A. McQuown, Gordon Marsh, and C. F. Voegelin.

This finding aid is intended to parallel the online Daythal Kendall Guide to Native American Collections at the American Philosophical Society, with most entries culled verbatim. The materials in this finding aid are arranged according to language, dialect, cultural group, or region, and then by call number. When applicable, references to microfilm versions are included at the end of the entry.

Native American Images Note : Nearly 1,700 images of Northwest Coast Native Americans in linguistic notebooks collected from 1900-1940. Black and white silver gelatin photographs and sketch drawings by native consultants given to ethnologists Franz Boas, Edward Sapir, and Jaime de Angulo. Pencil sketches of clothing, utensils, musical instruments, decorative patterns, weapons, and totem figures of primarily Salish, Nootka, and Quileute tribes. Of particular interest, color pencil sketches of Bella Bella (Heiltsuk) masks. Numerous Nootka face paintings are also of note. In oversize, a linguistic map of the southern part of Hecate Strait, British Columbia, Canada. Most of the images are original with some photographs from the Anthropology Division of the Geological Survey of Canada. Note: Folders containing images are noted in the inventory.

Collection information

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access:

Some materials in this collection may not be reproduced, including via Reading Room photography, due their cultural sensitivities, pending review from the respective community of origin. Materials subject to this restriction are note in the inventory below. Items not currently designated as such may be so designated at any time by Library staff upon examination.

Provenance

Gift of American Council of Learned Societies, 1945.

Preferred citation

Cite as: American Council of Learned Societies Committee on Native American Languages, American Philosophical Society.

Processing information

Recatalogued by rsc, 2002. Image inventory is not complete, only scanned images noted.

Other finding aids

Most of the materials in the ACLS collection, along with other materials on Native American languages, are indexed in the online Daythal Kendall Guide to Native American Collections at the American Philosophical Society.

Separated material

American Council of Learned Societies. Correspondence, 1926-1927. (506.73 Am72co)

  • This small but important collection of correspondence relates to the formation of the Committee on Research in the Native American Languages, its grants, and its publications. Correspondents include: Edward C. Armstrong, Leonard Bloomfield, Franz Boas, R. W. Bryan, James McKeen Cattell, Pliny Earle Goddard, Charles H. Haskins, J. W. Hewitt, Melville Jacobs, Roland G. Keat, Alfred L. Kroeber, Waldo G. Leland, Robert M. Lester, Fang-Kuei Li, Adrien G. Morice, William A. Oldfather, Gladys A. Reichard, Edward Sapir, E. H. Sturtevant, John R. Swanton, Walter F. Willcox. The collection is not calendared.

Related material

The APS contains dozens of collections with material on Native American Languages, the majority of which are indexed in the online Daythal Kendall Guide to Native American Collections at the American Philosophical Society.

African American History Note

There are at least two items in this collection which may be of interest to scholars of African American history:

Hurston, Zora Neale. " The Florida Expedition (#46)." n.d. 3 pages. Brief report by a student of Franz Boas on fieldwork in Florida studying African American folklore, story-telling, religion, and common-held beliefs. Hurston notes that "the bulk of the population now spends its leisure in motion picture theatres or with the phonograph and its blues."

King, Louis E. " Negro life in a rural community (#49)." Circa 1931. 166 pages. Anthropological dissertation study of African American life in a rural community during the years 1927-1931. The work is divided into several sections: Background, Family Life, Breadwinning and Shelter, Education, Activities of the Group, Leaving Home, and Comparing Life in Different Rural Communities..

Indexing Terms

Corporate Name(s)

  • American Council of Learned Societies. Committee on Native American Languages.
  • Geological Survey of Canada.

Genre(s)

  • Autobiography
  • Cyanotypes
  • Dictionaries.
  • Ethnographic texts
  • Face painting
  • Field notes.
  • Group portraits
  • Maps.
  • Photographs
  • Sketches.
  • Slip files
  • Sound recordings
  • Watercolors
  • Word lists

Geographic Name(s)

  • United States -- Emigration and immigration.

Occupation(s)

  • African Americans--West Virginia
  • Chukchi--History

Personal Name(s)

  • Ahenakew, Edward
  • Andrade, Manuel José, 1885-1941
  • Angulo, Jaime de
  • Banister, John, Jr.
  • Beynon, William, 1888-1958
  • Boas, Franz, 1858-1942
  • Bogoras, Waldemar, 1865-1936
  • Chamberlain, Alexander F.
  • Deloria, Ella Cara
  • Dixon , Roland Burrage, 1875-1934
  • Freeland, L. S., (Lucy Shepard), 1890-1972
  • Goddard, Pliny Earle, 1869-1928
  • Gould, Marian K.
  • Harrington, John Peabody
  • Henry, Jules
  • Hoijer, Harry, 1904-1976
  • Hunt, George
  • Hurston, Zora Neale
  • Jenness, Diamond, 1886-1969
  • Jochelson, Waldemar, 1855-1937
  • Kalibala, Ernest B.
  • Kidder, Alfred Vincent, 1885-1963
  • Kroeber, A. L., (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960
  • Lange, Gertrud, 1879-
  • Michelson, Truman, 1879-1938
  • Mukasa, Ham, 1871-1956
  • Olbrechts, Frans M., 1899-1958
  • Quain, Buell Halvor, 1912-1939
  • Reagan, Albert B.
  • Reichard, Gladys Amanda, 1893-1955
  • Roberts, Helen H., (Helen Heffron), 1888-1985
  • Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939
  • Speck, Frank G. (Frank Gouldsmith), 1881-1950
  • Sturtevant, Edgar Howard, 1875-1952
  • Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967
  • Swanton, John Reed, 1873-1958
  • Teit, James Alexander, 1864-1922
  • Warren, John

Subject(s)

  • Achumawi language
  • African Americans--Florida
  • African Americans--Folklore
  • Anishinaabe
  • Anthropology, ethnography, fieldwork
  • Athapascan languages
  • Atsugewi language
  • Bella Coola language
  • Benin--History
  • Chatino language
  • Chehalis language
  • Cherokee language
  • Chimakum language
  • Chinese language
  • Chiricahua language
  • Christianity--Africa
  • Clothing and dress--Middle East
  • Cree language
  • Culture, community, organizations
  • Dakota language
  • Ethnology--Africa
  • Ethnology--Russia
  • Ethnology--United States
  • Fijians--Social life and customs
  • Folk music--Puerto Rico
  • Folklore
  • Folklore--Africa
  • Folklore--British Columbia
  • Folklore--Florida
  • Folklore--Uganda
  • Haida Indians
  • Haida language
  • Haudenosaunee
  • Heiltsuk Indians
  • Hopi language
  • Hupa language
  • Indians of North America--Alaska
  • Indians of North America--British Columbia
  • Indians of North America--Languages
  • Inuktitut language
  • Jews, Ethiopian
  • Kalapuya language
  • Kalispel language
  • Kathlamet language
  • Kootenai language
  • Kwakiutl language
  • Laguna dialect
  • Lillooet language
  • Linguistics
  • Makah Indians
  • Mandan language
  • Mayan languages
  • Nahuatl language
  • Nass language
  • Navajo language
  • Nez Percé language
  • Nitinat language
  • Nootka Indians
  • Nootka language
  • Northwest Coast Indians
  • Ntlakyapamuk language
  • Nuu-chah-nulth
  • Ojibwe people
  • Plantations
  • Pomo language
  • Quileute Indians
  • Quileute language
  • Religion, religious organizations
  • Salish Indians
  • Salishan languages
  • Sarsi Indians
  • Sarsi language
  • Shasta language
  • Social conditions, social advocacy, social reform
  • Tarahumara language
  • Tarascan language
  • Tlingit language
  • Tolowa language
  • Tsimshian language
  • Tsuut'ina
  • Tunica language
  • Twi (African people)
  • Volga River Region (Russia)--History
  • Wailaki language
  • Winnebago language
  • Wintu language
  • Yana language
  • Zapotec language


Detailed Inventory
Non-American and non-linguistic material
  
Unidentified.
Autobiography of a native of Dahomey, West Africa
n.d. AMs, 9pp. (incomplete)3

Autobiographical manuscript of descendant of a Falasha Jew from Dahomey, including account of his return to Africa in 1910.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7 reel 1

General physical description: AMs, 9pp. (incomplete)

[Boas, Franz, 1858-1942](?).
Bibliography on race
  TMs, 88 slips5

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: TMs, 88 slips

Unidentified.
Folklore in British Columbia
n.d. AMs, ca.50p.6

Rough notes

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: AMs, ca.50p.

Jochelson, Waldemar, 1855-1937.
My Life [Chukchee life history]
n.d. AMs, 9p.8

Autobiographical account

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: AMs, 9p.

Unidentified.
Notes on the Tchi of West Africa
ca.1922 TMs, 121p.17

Ethnographic account of the Twi.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: TMs, 121p.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
The effects of American environment on immigrants and their descendants
n.d. (1910?) TMs, 12p.25

Re: physical changes in immigrant populations.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: TMs, 12p.

Bogoras, Waldemar, 1865-1936.
Notes of the Uryanskai and Monegher
1924 AMsS, 4p.; 27 photographs36

Images include photographs of men and women in native attire, reindeer, and dwellings.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 3

General physical description: AMsS, 4p.; 27 photographs


Genre(s): Gelatin silver prints

Quain, Buell Halvor, 1912-1939.
Social organization of the Namuavoivoi
n.d. TMs, 7 p.39

Comparison of social structure among the Namuavoivoi of Fiji with Polynesian and Maori.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: TMs, 7 p.

Hurston, Zora Neale.
The Florida Expedition
n.d. TMs, 3p.46

Report on work in Florida on Negro folklore.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: TMs, 3p.

Kagwa, Apolo, ed..
Uganda folklore stories
1927 AMs, 237p.47

Translated by Ernest B. Kalibala

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: AMs, 237p.

King, Louis E..
Negro life in a rural community
1927-1931 TMsS, 165p.49

Ethnographic account of rural community in West Virginia.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: TMsS, 165p.

Lange, Gertrud, 1879-.
Die Trachten des vorderen Orients
1933 60watercolor and pencil sketches52a

Illustrations for 52b

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: 60watercolor and pencil sketches

Lange, Gertrud, 1879-.
Die Trachten des Vorderen Orients
1933 TMs, 196p.52b

Thesis submitted under Thilenius at Hamburg. In German.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: TMs, 196p.

Edel, May M., (May Mandelbaum), 1909-1964.
Notes on the political organization and family structure of the Bolum tribe
May 1929 TMs, 21p.53

Paper submitted to Gladys Reichard.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: TMs, 21p.

Mukasa, Hamu.
Do not retreat...
ca.1927 AMsS, 15p.54

Regarding Christianization in Africa (among the Baganda?).

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: AMsS, 15p.

Nadejena, Lydia.
Fragments... on observations made in 1929 in the Volga region
1929 TMsS, 13p.55

Observations on field work under Waldemar Bogoras.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: TMsS, 13p.

Roberts, Helen H., (Helen Heffron), 1888-1985.
Porto Rican songs
  AMsS, 5p.56

Muscial notation, with minor comments.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: AMsS, 5p.

Seytler, Emil.
Wiicignipi: Chastisement of women
  AMsS, 1p.57

Language unidentified

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: 372.7, reel 1

General physical description: AMsS, 1p.

Achumawi
  
Angulo, Jaime de.
A comparison between the semasiologies of two languages of the so-called Hokan family (Pomo and Achumawi)
ca.1931 TMs and AMs, 231L. 10 printed pagesH.1

A formal paper with introduction, discussion of morphological elements and phonology of the two languages. Also "Semasiology," a 175-page list of English words according to de Angulo and L. S. Freeland (1930a), with Achumawi and Pomo equivalents. The author concludes that there is little similarity between the two languages, challenging the Kroeber-Dixon use of statistical vocabulary comparisons as a means of determining genetic relationships. List includes names for 86 different birds. Freeman and Smith 307

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 9

General physical description: TMs and AMs, 231L. 10 printed pages

Angulo, Jaime de.
Does Achumawi belong in the Hokan family
  TMs and AMS, 20 l.H.2

List of 222 Achumawi-Pomo comparisons. Duplicates part of Semasiology in No. 307. Freeman and Smith 309

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 9

General physical description: TMs and AMS, 20 l.

Angulo, Jaime de.
Conversational texts in Achumawi
n.d. AMs, 72 p.H1a.1

Includes: sentences in English; Achumawi equivalents; literal English translations; some paradigms and notes on grammatical points; notes on dialectal differences (Atwamdzini, Hammawi, Adzumawi). Freeman and Smith 4100

General physical description: AMs, 72 p.

Angulo, Jaime de.
Parallel Achumawi and Atsugewi texts
n.d. AMs, 11p.H1a.2

Includes: texts; free English translation; literal translations for some sentences; references to an Achumawi grammar. Freeman and Smith 4102 cf: No. 433

General physical description: AMs, 11p.

Angulo, Jaime de.
Nontechnical description of Achumawi
ca.1931 TMs, 13p.H1a.4

Includes Angulo's views on the nature of language and linguistic taxonomy. Apparently a portion of a larger work. Freeman and Smith 310

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 9

General physical description: TMs, 13p.

Angulo, Jaime de.
Reminiscences of an Achumawi youth
n.d. TMs and AMS, 22pp.H1a.5

An autobiographical text with numbered English translations corresponding to the Achumawi sentences. Dictated by Willard Carmony, an Achumawi. Freeman and Smith 4101

General physical description: TMs and AMS, 22pp.

Freeland, L. S., (Lucy Shepard), 1890-1972.
Appendix of addenda and corrigenda to the grammar of the Achumawi language
1931-1935 TMs, 67 l.H1a.6

Thirteen corrections and 57 additions to de Angulo and Freeland (1930b), based on 1931 field work with Hans J. Uldall. Uldall (1935) was apparently once part of this document. Freeman and Smith 312

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 9

General physical description: TMs, 67 l.

Freeland, L. S., (Lucy Shepard), 1890-1972.
Achumawi texts
ca.1931 TMs and AMs, 156 l.H1a.7

Tales, myths, and song texts, with interlinear and free translations. 4p. brief ceremonial song texts. Freeman and Smith 311

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 9

General physical description: TMs and AMs, 156 l.

Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.
Pit River word list
1907 AMS, 3 slipsH1a.8

Brief Achumawi word list. Freeman and Smith 313

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1946.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 9

General physical description: AMS, 3 slips

Acoma
  
Stirling, Matthew W..
Songs from Acoma and Santa Ana
Circa 1930s AMS, 69 l.Ke 2.1

Texts of 88 songs with interlinear translations, including typed copy of one song arranged in model form. Numbers refer to phonograph records, not in APS Library. English orthography; phonetic emendations by Franz Boas. Freeman and Smith 316

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 11

General physical description: AMS, 69 l.

Aleut
  
Unidentified.
Aleut Folklore
ca.1933 TMs Cy, 132 l.69

An ethnography of the Aleut based on study made of the Aleut texts of Vladimir Jochelson, apparently by a student of Boas. Comparative folklore and abstracts of Aleut tales are included. Freeman and Smith 322

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 5

General physical description: TMs Cy, 132 l.

Jochelson, Vladimir I..
Aleut texts
1909-1910 TMs Cy, 906 l.E2.1

Attu and Unalaska texts. No translations. Carbon copy (12p.) of 41, 42, 43, has interlinear translation and notes. These were sent to John Harrington, Nov. B, 1941, in Unalaska. Never published. Freeman and Smith 323 Cf. No. 322.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 7-8

General physical description: TMs Cy, 906 l.

Jochelson, Vladimir I..
Essay on the grammar of the Aleut language
1930 TMs and AMs, 83 l.E2.2

Preface discusses influence of Fr. Veniaminov's grammar; section on phonology; incomplete descriptive grammar. MS. corrections made by Boas. Never published. Freeman and Smith 324

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 8

General physical description: TMs and AMs, 83 l.

Algonkian
  
Siebert, Frank T. (Frank Thomas), 1912-1998.
Classification of Algonkin languages
1935 TMs, 7 l.A.1

Classified list of languages and bands, showing which are extinct and which are extant and approximate number of speakers as of 1935. Attached note of Edward Sapir to Morris Swadesh on revision in classification of Wiyot and Yurok. Freeman and Smith 363

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1950.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 5

General physical description: TMs, 7 l.

Speck, Frank G. (Frank Gouldsmith), 1881-1950.
Wiyot-Yurok and Algonkian comparisons
1915 AMS, 3 l.A.2

Cognates in Algonkian languages sent by Speck to Edward Sapir to supplement those used in Sapir (1913). Covering note enclosed. Freeman and Smith 364

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1950.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 5

General physical description: AMS, 3 l.

Hockett, Charles Francis.
Algonkian comparisons
1940 TMs and AMs, 75 slipsA.3

Illustrations of cognates and sound correspondences in Algonkian. Freeman and Smith 354

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel

General physical description: TMs and AMs, 75 slips

Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.
Beothuk-Algonkian comparisons
1915 AMS, 5 l.Be.1

Document prepared for Sapir, copied from Rev. John Leigh's transcription of John Peyton's vocabulary. Compares 45 Beothuk items with Montagnais and Penobscot as well as isolated Micmac, Ojibwa, and Abnaki equivalents. English translations given. Copyist felt transcription was inadequate. Freeman and Smith 360

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 6

General physical description: AMS, 5 l.

Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.
Iroquois, Algonquian and Siouan field notes
1911 AMS, 1 notebookI1.2

Vocabulary and texts in Seneca (Grand River); Mohawk (Grand River and Caughnawaga); Delaware (Grand River); Abenaki (Pierreville); Malecite (Rivière du Loup); Micmac (Cacouna); Montagnais (Pointe Blanc); Cree (Pointe Blanc); Algonquian; Tutelo (Grand River). Freeman and Smith 361

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 36

General physical description: AMS, 1 notebook

Alsea
  
Frachtenberg, Leo Joachim, 1883-1930.
Yakonan (Alsea) grammar
1918 TMs and AMS, 422 l.Pn 2c.1

Work intended for publication in Handbook of American Indian Languages, but never printed. Based on field work of J. Owen Dorsey (1884-Siletz, Oregon: vocabularies), Livingston Farrand (1900-Siletz reservation) and the author (1910). Table of contents, grammar, and texts with interlinear and free translations and grammatical notes. Freeman and Smith 394 Cf. texts published in Frachtenberg (1920).

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 14

General physical description: TMs and AMS, 422 l.

Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.
Alsea notes, collected... at Siletz Reserve
1900 AMS, 6 l.Pn2c.2

Paradigms. Freeman and Smith 395

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 14

General physical description: AMS, 6 l.

Apache
  
Unidentified.
Apache (Chiricahua, Lipan, and Jicarilla) morphological lexicon
n.d. AMS, 112 cardsNa31.1

Cards arranged in tables; conjugations of all prefixes (aspectual and pronominal) and combinations thereof. Mentions E. Sapir. Freeman and Smith 401

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 47

General physical description: AMS, 112 cards

Goddard, Pliny Earle, 1869-1928.
San Carlos Apache Lexical File
1920 AMS and printed, ca.400 cardsNa31.4

Words cut from printed text, Creation Myth, in Goddard (1920): 147-155, pasted on cards. Freeman and Smith 402 Printed source, Goddard (1920).

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 16

General physical description: AMS and printed, ca.400 cards

Arapaho
  
Hockett, Charles Francis.
Sapir on Arapaho
1939 TMs, 8 l.A4.1

List of correspondences. Freeman and Smith 403 Printed (briefer version), Hockett (1946): 943-245.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 6

General physical description: TMs, 8 l.

Salzmann, Zdenek.
Arapaho texts
1950 AMS, 98 l.A4.2

Sample of field notes of texts collected at the Wind River Reservation, Wyoming. Includes sample paradigms. Freeman and Smith 404 Printed (nos. 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 3.3, 3.2), Salzmann (1958): 151-158, 266-272.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 2

General physical description: AMS, 98 l.

Assiniboine
  
Ahenakew, Edward.
The creation of a new tribe
1949 AMS, 5p.71

Explanation of creation of Assiniboin tribe, separated from Sioux, given Ahenakew in his youth by his mission superintendent, Rev. John Hines. Battle over girl accounted for end of connection of Red Eagle with other Sioux. Letter of Ahenakew to Paul A. W. Wallace, May 21, 1949, commenting on Rev. Hines' relation to the author. Freeman and Smith 418

Provenance: Donor, Edward Ahenakew, grantee, 1949.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 5

General physical description: AMS, 5p.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Notes on the Assiniboine (Belknap or Watopahnatu dialect)
1936 TMs Cy, 59 l.X8d.1

A sketch of Assiniboin grammar, compared with that of Dakota. Includes Assiniboin text, with literal and free translation and notes. Letter from author to Boas, Jan. 6, 1936, covering the document. Freeman and Smith 420 Cf. Boas and Deloria (1932)

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 33

General physical description: TMs Cy, 59 l.

Atakapa
  
Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Atakapa fragments recorded from descendants of speakers
1934 AMS, 3 l.G5.1

Fragmentary list of Atacapa items with English equivalents. Obtained near Lake Charles, La. Freeman and Smith 423

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1953.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, 8; Film 372.7, 5

General physical description: AMS, 3 l.

Athapaskan
  
Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.
Problems in Athapaskan linguistics
n.d. TMs Cy, 3 l.Na.1

Sapir seeks more and better field data on all recoverable dialects, emphasizing difficulties in dealing with these languages, particularly because of tones. Freeman and Smith 428

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1948

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, 13

General physical description: TMs Cy, 3 l.

Goddard, Pliny Earle, 1869-1928.
Field notes in California Athabascan languages
1903-1911 AMS, 4 notebooksNa.2

2 notebooks of Kiowa Apache materials (including text, discussion of warfare; list of specimens and cost). 2 notebooks Athapaskan, including Tolowa texts in English translation [see Tolowa in No. [30(Na20f.1)]. Freeman and Smith 427

Provenance: Donor, A. L. Kroeber for the Department of Anthropology, University of California, 1946.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, 42

General physical description: AMS, 4 notebooks

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Lexical file Athabascan language
n.d. AMS, 75 cardsNa.6

Stems and paradigms, reference numbers to field notes. Freeman and Smith 426

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.6, 2

General physical description: AMS, 75 cards

Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.
Comparative Na-Dene dictionary
n.d. AMs, 4 vol. (ca. 500p. each)Na20a.3

Volumes 1, 3, and 4 are comparative Na-Dene with provision for various Athapascan languages and dialects, Haida, and Tlingit. Volume 2 is comparative Sino-Tibetan-Na-Dene with provision for entries in Sino-Tibetan languages, Athapascan, Haida, and Tlingit. Most pages in all volumes have only a few entries. Freeman and Smith 4115

General physical description: AMs, 4 vol. (ca. 500p. each)

Atsugewi
  
Freeland, L. S., (Lucy Shepard), 1890-1972.
Parallel Achumawi and Atsugewi texts
n.d. TMs, 11p.H1a.2

Includes: texts; free English translation; literal translations for some sentences; references to an Achumawi grammar. Freeman and Smith 4118

Provenance: Cf: No. 433

General physical description: TMs, 11p.

Angulo, Jaime de.
The Atsugewi language
1929 TMs, 71L.H1b.1

Grammar intended for comparison with the author's study of "the Achumawi language." Similar also to their grammar of Shasta. Based on field work sponsored by the American Council of Learned Societies. Freeman and Smith 433 Cf. de Angulo, and Freeland (1930) and No. 30 (H1c.1).

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 9

General physical description: TMs, 71L.

Angulo, Jaime de.
Conversational text in Atsugewi
n.d. TMs, 19p.H1b.2

Includes: English sentences; Atsugewi equivalents; literal English translations; some grammatical notes; references to the Atsugewi grammar (cf: No. 433) of which it seems to have been a part originally. Freeman and Smith 4117

General physical description: TMs, 19p.

Angulo, Jaime de.
Mythological text in Atsugewi
1929 TMs, 14L.H1b.3

Text with interlinear translation and grammatical notes. Originally part of No. 433. Freeman and Smith 432

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 9

General physical description: TMs, 14L.

Aztec
  
Lange, Gertrud, 1879-.
Das Leben im alten Mexico
1933? TMs, 17L.51

In German. Discussion of Aztec culture before the Conquest: political organization, society, religion and thought. Freeman and Smith 437

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 3

General physical description: TMs, 17L.

Bella Bella (Heiltsuk)
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Bella Bella notes
1923 TMs and AMs, 175p., 46L., 2 notebooks4

Folkloristic texts in English; ethnographic texts; comments. Images include crayon drawings of masks. Also carbon copy of typescript. Freeman and Smith 448 Cf. Boas (1928(1); No. 30(W1b.3 and W1b.5)

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 1

General physical description: TMs and AMs, 175p., 46L., 2 notebooks


Genre(s): Drawings.

Kwaknma: small owl
1923 
Peqis
1923 
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942.
Salish texts
1923 TMs and AMs (mostly Cy), 243L.33

Primarily Bella Bella texts, in English; c.c. of tales collected by Boas in 1923. Miscellaneous texts; discussion of Coeur d'Alene ethnography. Images include an illustration of a totem figure. Freeman and Smith 452

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 2-3

General physical description: TMs and AMs (mostly Cy), 243L.


Genre(s): Illustrations.

Unidentified.
Bella Bella lexicon
n.d. Slip file, ca.2,000 slipsW1b.1

Freeman and Smith 446

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 22

General physical description: Slip file, ca.2,000 slips

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Bella Bella lexicon
ca.1930 Slip file, ca.173 slipsW1b.2

Stem list with illustrative words; part of a larger work (includes A, Y, E, O, stems only). Freeman and Smith 447

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 22

General physical description: Slip file, ca.173 slips

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Bella Bella texts, word lists and paradigms
ca. 1925 AMs, 3 ntoebooksW1b.3

Texts, grammatical materials, notes in shorthand, annotations. Field notes from various informants. Loose sheets enclosed after 1925. Freeman and Smith 449

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 51

General physical description: AMs, 3 ntoebooks

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Bella Bella suffix list
n.d. AMs, 322L., 5 slipsW1b.4

Preliminary organization of morphological treatment; heavily exemplifed suffix list. On reverse side are ethnological materials: Land of the Dead (the Sbetetda's ceremony and the conception of the Land of the Dead); the idea of fertilization in the culture of the Pueblo Indians; Hopi Sky-Father and Sky-Mother. In notebooks; notes added after 1925. Some offset printed sheets, pp. 1-171 of Boas (1928a). Freeman and Smith 450

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 24

General physical description: AMs, 322L., 5 slips

Hunt, George.
Bella Bella texts
n.d. AMs and TMs, 159L., 93 slipsW1b.5

Rough text material with interlinear translations, some in English only. Ethnologic materials. Bella Bella suffixes on slips. Letter from George Hunt to Boas, Feb. 21, 1929. Freeman and Smith 451 Cf. Boas (1928a).

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 24

General physical description: AMs and TMs, 159L., 93 slips

George Hunt to Franz Boas, February 21, 1929
February 21, 1929 
Bella Coola (Nuxalk)
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Bella Coola notes
n.d. AMs, 81L.23

Working notes with page references to other documents, not identified. Freeman and Smith 453

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 1

General physical description: AMs, 81L.

Newman, Stanley S., (Stanley Stewart), 1905-1984.
Bella Coola grammatical summaries
1937 TMs, 18L.S3.2

Summaries of phonetic pattern, pronominal schemas, local suffixes, third person references, formation of diminutives, Bella Coola suffixes. Covering letter from Newman to Franz Boas, May 24, 1937. Freeman and Smith 455

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 19

General physical description: TMs, 18L.

Biloxi
  
Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Biloxi words
1934 AMs, 3L.X2b.1

Vocabulary with English equivalents. Freeman and Smith 463

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1953.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 28

General physical description: AMs, 3L.

Blackfoot (Niitsitapi)
  
Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.
Blackfoot vocabulary
1916 AMs, 1L.A2.1

Compares Blackfoot numerals 1-10 with Kutenai and Flathead. Freeman and Smith 465

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 6

General physical description: AMs, 1L.

Caingang
  
Henry, Jules.
The Kaingang language
1936 TMs Cy, 46L.Ge:K.1

Grammatical sketch, including morphology and grammatical categories. Based upon field work at Santa Catarina, Brazil, 1932-1934. Freeman and Smith 498 Cf. Henry (1935)

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 9

General physical description: TMs Cy, 46L.

Carrier (Dakelh)
  
Barbeau, Marius, 1883-1969.
Carrier notes (Hagwilgate)
1921 AMs, 7L.Na4.1

Verb paradigms. Informant, Donald Grey. Freeman and Smith 502

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 13

General physical description: AMs, 7L.

Teit, James Alexander, 1864-1922.
Notes on various Athabaskan languages
n.d.; 1910? AMs, 12p.Na.5

Carrier vocabulary, Stuwix notes, Suwal vocabulary. Some of these materials used by Franz Boas in his article on Nicola Valley Athapascans (1924). Freeman and Smith 505 Cf. Boas (1924).

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 13

General physical description: AMs, 12p.

Catawba
  
Susman, Amelia L..
Catawba lexicon
ca.1935 Slip file, ca.1,000 slipsX1.1

Partial list, organized by stems. Based on Speck (1934). Freeman and Smith 550

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.5, reel 1

General physical description: Slip file, ca.1,000 slips

Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Catawba field notes
1937 AMs, 1 ntoebookX1.2

Texts, word lists, paradigms, a Catawba "letter to Speck," minimal parts. Two pages of Alaskan Eskimo.Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1950. Freeman and Smith 551

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 53

General physical description: AMs, 1 ntoebook

Unidentified.
Catawba vocabulary
1939 Slip file, ca.1,300 slipsX1.3

Based on Speck (1934) and on unpublished materials. No apparent order. Freeman and Smith 546

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 27

General physical description: Slip file, ca.1,300 slips

Cayuse
  
Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Cayuse interlinear texts
1930 AMs, 3 notebooksPs1a.1

Notes; texts with interlinear translations. Nez Perce, language as used by Cayuse Indians of Oregon. Freeman and Smith 567

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 48

General physical description: AMs, 3 notebooks

Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Cayuse lexical file
1930 Slip file, ca.800 slipsPs1a.3

Cayuse forms with English equivalents, arranged alphabetically by Cayuse. One section, "Wai'letpu Ethnology," concerns use of Cayuse dialect by Walowa and Wallawalla. Freeman and Smith 568

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 20

General physical description: Slip file, ca.800 slips

Central America
  
Loukotka, Cestmir.
Intrusion de los idiomas centroamericanos en el America del Sur
1938 TMs, 20L.AS1

In Spanish. Comparative study of loans from Central American languages into those of South America; vocabulary of 72 items. Discusses frequency of appearance of related forms in this vocabulary. Prepared for publication, but unprinted. Freeman and Smith 584

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 5

General physical description: TMs, 20L.

Chatino
  
Angulo, Jaime de.
Brevisimas notas sobre el idioma Chatino para el uso de los textos
n.d. AMs, ca. 30p.Z5.1

In Spanish. Primarily concerned with an analysis of verbs; some discussion of noun declension. Freeman and Smith 4160

General physical description: AMs, ca. 30p.

Other Descriptive Information: MICROFILM 372

Chehalis
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Chehalis folklore
1927 TMs Cy, 145p.7

Folklore and ethnography based on Boas' field notes in No. 589. Freeman and Smith 587 Cf. Boas (1935)

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 1

General physical description: TMs Cy, 145p.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Chehalis myths
1927-1935 TMs, 239p.62

56 texts in English, including some variants and additions. Explanatory table of contents has reference numbers to the original manuscript notes, No. 589. Freeman and Smith 586 Printed, 2 pages of text only, Boas (1935)

Provenance: Donor, Ruth Benedict, 1946, ed, by E. Aginsky (?).

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 4

General physical description: TMs, 239p.

Aginsky, Ethel Gertrude, 1910-.
Comparison of Puyallup and Chehalis
1935 TMs, 19L.S.9

Phonology, verbs, pronouns, nouns, articles, reduplication, affixing, numerals, grammatical processes. Freeman and Smith 588

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 16

General physical description: TMs, 19L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Lower Chehalis vocabulary and text
ca.1890 AMs, 13L.S2b.1

Text and vocabulary copied from MS. of Myron Eells in the Bureau of American Ethnology (1882), later corrected by Boas in pencil, probably in the field. Freeman and Smith 593

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 18

General physical description: AMs, 13L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Chehalis field notes
1927 AMs, 14 notebooksS2c.1

Upper Chehalis dialect, Oakville, Washington. Notebooks 1-14, vocabulary, paradigms, and texts with interlinear translation. Also, a copy prepared by Ethel Aginsky (ca. 1935), complete for texts, but not for other notes. Freeman and Smith 589 Cf. No. 586 for typescript.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 49

General physical description: AMs, 14 notebooks

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Chehalis lexical file
1897; 1927-1935 Slip file, ca. 8,000 slipsS2c.2

Words derived from Boas' notes in No. 589, pp. 145-291. Pt. 1, slips partly classified into categories, e.g., prefixes, diminutives; slips arranged alphabetically by English (prepared by Boas). Pt. 2, slips not yet filed, partly classified and analyzed by Morris Swadesh, 1950 (prepared by Ethel C. Aginsky). Freeman and Smith 590

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 20

General physical description: Slip file, ca. 8,000 slips

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Chehalis lexicon
ca.1935 AMs, 845L.S2c.3

Each sheet is for a given stem (or morpheme), listing examples of 845 Chehalis forms. Based on Boas' field notes, No. 589. Freeman and Smith 591

General physical description: AMs, 845L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Chehalis materials
1927; 1934-1936 AMs, 440L., 5 slipsS2c.4

Texts copied from Boas' field notes (1927), No. 589; collected forms for paradigms and other grammatical formulations: a Stem list, alphabetically arranged by the Chehalis; lists of nouns, verbs, and suffixes, alphabetically arranged by the English. Includes copy of noun, verb, and suffix lists; typed c.c. of noun and verb lists. Freeman and Smith 594

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 18

General physical description: AMs, 440L., 5 slips

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 . Eells, Myron, 1843-1907.
Chehalis field notes
1882 AMs, 1 notebookS2c.5

Words recorded in blank forms in Powell (1877) in 1882. Entries made by Boas at later date. Freeman and Smith 595 Cf. No. 593.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 49

General physical description: AMs, 1 notebook

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 . Eells, Myron, 1843-1907.
Chehalis texts
ca.1890 AMs, 12L and 2p.S2c.6

Texts obtained by Eells and by Boas. 5p. have interlinear translation made by Boas in 1890. Freeman and Smith 596

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 18

General physical description: AMs, 12L and 2p.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Chehalis vocabulary
1934 TMs Cy, 79L.S2c.7

3 lists: verbs, English-Chehalis, alphabetical by English (ca. 550 forms); nouns, English-Chehalis, alphabetical by English (ca. 450 forms); Chehalis-English word list, alphabetical by Chehalis (ca. 1,100 forms). All copied from materials in No. 594. Freeman and Smith 592

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 18

General physical description: TMs Cy, 79L.

Cherokee
  
Olbrechts, Frans M., 1899-1958.
Ethiopic and Cherokee syllabaries -- a case of parallelism
n.d. TMs, 8L.I2.1

A formal paper with MS. corrections. The author finds the syllabaries similar in principle, but different in intent; the Ethiopic is a complication of the Minaeo-Sabaean, while the Cherokee is an attempt at simplification. Phonetic equivalences of the two syllabaries are arranged tabularly at the end. Freeman and Smith 682

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 7

General physical description: TMs, 8L.

Reyburn, William D..
Cherokee materials gathered on the Cherokee reservation at Cherokee, N.C.
1951-1952 AMS and TMs, ca. 4500 cards, 350 slips, 1024L.I2.3

Three parts: (1) cards filed according to morpheme classes; (2) table of contents, notes for grammatical analysis; (3) phonological materials; ethnographic and other texts (folkloristic; biographic, etc.); series of controlled utterances to illustrate morpheme classes; transcription and translation of recorded reels. Freeman and Smith 685 Cf. Reyburn (1953); and No. 884.

Provenance: Donor, William D. Reyburn, grantee, 1952.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 685

General physical description: AMS and TMs, ca. 4500 cards, 350 slips, 1024L.

Harris , Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-.
Cherokee materials
1941-1946 TMs and AMs, 820L., 575 slips, 59 phonograph discsI2.4

Contains grammatical word lists and utterances; skeletal grammar; verb suffix notes; phonological materials; morphological notes; texts (some in syllabary); ethnographical texts; autobiographical texts; utterances; "Gourds and ants"; miscellaneous. Freeman and Smith 661 Mentioned in Reyburn (1953), 172; c.f. Harris and Bender (1946) for use of phonological materials.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 10-11

General physical description: TMs and AMs, 820L., 575 slips, 59 phonograph discs

Part 6: Molly Sequoyah, autobiographical and folkloric stories (Cherokee and English)
  I2.4, Part 6
Disc 1
  1.0 item
01-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Basket Game (English)
1945-08-23 00:01:49

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General physical description: 00:01:49


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Games; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

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01-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Basket Game (Cherokee)
1945-08-23 00:00:44

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General physical description: 00:00:44


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Games; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

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01-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Discussion of Basket Game [1 of 2]
1945-08-23 00:02:15

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General physical description: 00:02:15


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Games; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

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01-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Discussion of Basket Game [2 of 2]
1945-08-23 00:03:51

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Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Games; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

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Disc 2
  1.0 item
02-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Death of children and work for the railroad company (English)
1945-08-15 00:01:16

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General physical description: 00:01:16


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Economic conditions; Cherokee Indians--History

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02-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Death of children and work for the railroad company (Cherokee)
1945-08-15 00:00:56

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General physical description: 00:00:56


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Economic conditions; Cherokee Indians--History

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02-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
The origin of corn and the coming of the white man (slow) (Cherokee)
1945-08-15 00:04:10

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General physical description: 00:04:10


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Corn--Folklore

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02-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
The origin of corn and the coming of the white man (fast) (Cherokee)
1945-08-15 00:03:29

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General physical description: 00:03:29


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Corn--Folklore

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02-05. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
The origin of corn (slow) (Cherokee)
1945-08-15 00:02:12

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Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Corn--Folklore

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02-06. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
The origin of corn (fast) (Cherokee)
1945-08-15 00:01:20

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Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Corn--Folklore

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Disc 3
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03-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Good old days (slow) (Cherokee)
1945-08-17 00:03:03

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General physical description: 00:03:03


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History

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03-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Good old days (fast) (Cherokee)
1945-08-17 00:02:04

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General physical description: 00:02:04


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History

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03-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Dance & ball game (slow) (Cherokee)
1945-08-17 00:04:22

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General physical description: 00:04:22


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee dance; Cherokee Indians--Games; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

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03-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Dance & ball game (fast) (Cherokee)
1945-08-17 00:02:41

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Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee dance; Cherokee Indians--Games; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

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Disc 4
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04-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Funeral (English)
1945-08-23 00:04:56

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General physical description: 00:04:56


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Funeral customs and rites; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

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04-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Funeral (Cherokee)
1945-08-23 00:01:52

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General physical description: 00:01:52


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Funeral customs and rites; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

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04-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Basket game (English)
1945-08-23 00:05:43

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General physical description: 00:05:43


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Games; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19531

04-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Basket game (Cherokee)
1945-08-23 00:01:36

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:01:36


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Games; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19532

Disc 5
  1.0 item
05-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Chickadee (English)
1945-08-22 00:02:40

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:02:40


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Birds--Folklore; Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19533

05-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Chickadee (Cherokee)
1945-08-22 00:01:24

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:01:24


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Birds--Folklore; Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19534

05-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Sun & moon (English)
1945-08-22 00:04:43

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:04:43


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19535

05-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Sun & moon (Cherokee)
1945-08-22 00:02:34

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:02:34


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19536

Disc 6
  1.0 item
06-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Trip to mountain (Cherokee)
1945-08-10 00:01:25

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:01:25


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19537

06-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Molly's coming to Philadelphia (Cherokee)
1945-08-11 00:01:22

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:01:22


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Philadelphia (Pa.)--Description and travel

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19538

06-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Molly & bears (slow) (Cherokee)
1945-08-14 00:03:15

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:03:15


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Bears; Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19539

06-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Molly's betrothal (Cherokee)
1945-08-11 00:02:13

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:02:13


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Betrothal; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19540

06-05. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Molly & bears (fast) (Cherokee)
1945-08-14 00:01:39

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:01:39


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Bears; Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19541

Disc 7
  1.0 item
07-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
How the buzzard got bald (English)
1945-08-24 00:04:08

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:04:08


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Birds--Folklore; Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19542

07-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
How the buzzard got bald (Cherokee)
1945-08-24 00:01:52

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:01:52


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Birds--Folklore; Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19543

07-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Story of attack on Cherokees by Democrats, and story of the loss of wildlife in Cherokee lands
1945-08-24 00:13:37

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:13:37


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Violence against--Tennessee; Nature--Effect of human beings on--North Carolina

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19544

Disc 8
  1.0 item
08-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
The Little People (English)
1945-08-27 00:07:50

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:07:50


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19545

08-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
The Little People (Cherokee)
1945-08-27 00:02:10

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:02:10


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19546

Disc 9
  1.0 item
09-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
The fox's play & dance ground (English)
1945-08-24 00:05:18

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:05:18


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19547

09-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
The fox's play & dance ground (Cherokee)
1945-08-24 00:01:58

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:01:58


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19548

09-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Brief discussion of travelling, conjuring, James Mooney
1945-08-24 00:01:57

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:01:57


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Medicine; Mooney, James, 1861-1921

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19549

09-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
How the rabbit stole the otter's coat & how the otter shot him to get it back (English)
1945-08-24 00:03:12

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:03:12


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19550

09-05. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
How the rabbit stole the otter's coat & how the otter shot him to get it back (Cherokee)
1945-08-24 00:02:00

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:02:00


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19551

Disc 10
  1.0 item
10-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
How the rabbit fooled the fox & got him a beating & the marks on his back & tail (English)
1945-08-24 00:04:15

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:04:15


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19552

10-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
How the rabbit fooled the fox & got him a beating & the marks on his back & tail (Cherokee)
1945-08-24 00:01:59

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:01:59


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19553

10-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
The slant-eyed giant who came from another place to get a wife (English)
1945-08-24 00:03:41

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:03:41


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19554

10-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
The slant-eyed giant who came from another place to get a wife (Cherokee)
1945-08-24 00:01:12

Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:01:12


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19556

Part 7: Molly Sequoyah, autobiographical stories in English
  I2.4, Part 7
Disc 1
  1.0 item
01-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-11 00:14:20

Includes discussion of new chief, picking ginseng roots, customs regarding care-taking of babies. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:20


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): American ginseng; Babies--Care; Cherokee Indians--Economic conditions; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Politics and government

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19376

01-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on getting a son out of jail
1945-08-11 00:14:23

Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Some additional sound distortion near the end of this program due to a bad groove.

General physical description: 00:14:23


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Economic conditions; Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19377

Disc 2
  1.0 item
02-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on memories of first day of school [1 of 2]
1945-08-11 00:14:18

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:18


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Education; Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19378

02-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on memories of first day of school [2 of 2]
1945-08-11 00:09:37

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:09:37


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Education; Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19379

Disc 3
  1.0 item
03-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-11 00:14:20

On multiple topics, including discussion of making necklaces, types of dances, conjuring, day-to-day activities. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:20


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Material culture; Cherokee Indians--Rites and ceremonies; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19380

03-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on fishing and encountering a family of bears
1945-08-11 00:14:35

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:35


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Bears; Cherokee Indians--Fishing; Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19381

Disc 4
  1.0 item
04-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on life during World War I
1945-08-11 00:14:21

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:21


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Economic conditions; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Military service; World War I

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19382

04-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on grandson and boarding school
1945-08-11 00:14:14

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:14


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Education; Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19383

Disc 5
  1.0 item
05-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08- 00:11:10

On multiple topics, including discussion of elders and some relatives. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:11:10


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19384

Disc 6
  1.0 item
06-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on a brother-in-law who froze to death [1 of 2]
1945-08-13 00:15:03

Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Program contains a significant amount of skipping.

General physical description: 00:15:03


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19385

06-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on a brother-in-law who froze to death [2 of 2]
1945-08-13 00:15:01

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:15:01


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19386

Disc 7
  1.0 item
07-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-13 00:13:17

On multiple topics, including discussion of grandmother. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:13:17


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19387

Disc 8
  1.0 item
08-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-13 00:14:55

On multiple topics, including discussion of courtship, marriage, housework. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:55


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Marriage customs and rites; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19388

08-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-13 00:14:35

On multiple topics, including discussion of getting treated for rheumatism by a white woman and discussion of getting married. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:35


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Medicine; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19389

Disc 9
  1.0 item
09-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on death of daughter [1 of 2]
1945-08-13 00:14:05

Labelled "I-A". Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:05


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Funeral customs and rites; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19390

09-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on death of daughter [2 of 2]
1945-08-13 00:10:16

Labelled "I-A". Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:10:16


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Funeral customs and rites; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19391

Disc 10
  1.0 item
10-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on childhood and parents
1945-08-14 00:13:38

Labelled "I-A T". Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:13:38


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19392

10-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on mother and stepfather
1945-08-14 00:13:41

Labelled "I-A T". Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Brief skip in program at the beginning of the program.

General physical description: 00:13:41


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19393

Disc 11
  1.0 item
11-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on grandchildren in military service in World War II [1 of 2]
1945-08-14 00:14:26

Labelled "I-A". Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:26


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Military service; World War, 1939-1945

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19394

11-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on grandchildren in military service in World War II [2 of 2]
1945-08-14 00:14:16

Labelled "I-A". Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:16


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Economic conditions; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Military service; World War, 1939-1945

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19395

Disc 12
  1.0 item
12-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-14 00:14:16

Labelled "I". On multiple topics, including discussion of WWI draft/service, children, profanity. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:16


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Military service; Swearing; World War I

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19396

Disc 13
  1.0 item
13-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-14 00:14:30

Labelled "I". On multiple topics, including discussion of work and taking care of children. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:30


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Economic conditions; Cherokee Indians--History; Child care

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19397

13-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-17 00:12:00

Labelled "I". On multiple topics, including discussion of children who died and work. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:12:00


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Economic conditions; Cherokee Indians--History; Children--Death

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19398

Disc 14
  1.0 item
14-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on going to prison
1945-08-15 00:14:21

Labelled "II-A". Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Program contains excessive noise caused by multiple scratches across surface.

General physical description: 00:14:21


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Economic conditions; Cherokee Indians--History; Imprisonment--North Carolina

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19399

14-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-15 00:14:39

Labelled "II-A". On multiple topics, including discussion of Includes discussion of a Cherokee Indian Fair and riding in an airplane. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:39


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Airplanes; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs; Fairs--North Carolina

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19400

Disc 15
  1.0 item
15-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-15 00:09:46

Labelled "II-A". On multiple topics, including discussion of handicrafts. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:09:46


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Material culture

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19401

Disc 16
  1.0 item
16-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-16 00:14:07

Labelled "II-A". On multiple topics, including discussion of learning English, types of corn, a reading of an autobiographical text, young Indians moving away from the reservation. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:07


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Economic conditions; Cherokee Indians--Education; Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19407

16-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on memories of Cherokee Indian School
1945-08-16 00:06:09

Labelled "II-A". Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:06:09


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Education; Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19408

Disc 17
  1.0 item
17-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-20 00:12:11

Labelled "II-A". On multiple topics, including discussion of relatives and military service. Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Low levels and poor recording quality, in part due to a bad groove in the disc starting within the first minute.

General physical description: 00:12:11


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Military service

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19409

17-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-20 00:12:34

Labelled "II-A". On multiple topics, including discussion of differences between old and new ways of subsistence, family dynamics, education. Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Beginning of this side of the disc is unintelligible for approximately 3:30 due to error in original recording process

General physical description: 00:12:34


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Economic conditions; Cherokee Indians--Education; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19410

Disc 18
  1.0 item
18-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on a trip to visit cousin and an old powwow
1945-08-20 00:12:13

Labelled "I-A". On multiple topics, including discussion of Molly's experience of being in Philadelphia, a trip taken from there to visit a nearby cousin, and her cousin's recollection of an old powwow. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:12:13


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs; Philadelphia (Pa.)--Description and travel; Powwows

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19412

18-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-20 00:12:17

Labelled "I-A". On multiple topics, including discussion of Cherokee Indian Fair, ball game, and a story about a boy who given corporal punishment. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:12:17


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Games; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19413

Disc 19
  1.0 item
19-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on a child who died
1945-08-22 00:12:11

Labelled "A-1". Narrative about a young girl who died, followed by discussion of medical care. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:12:11


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Medicine; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs; Children--Death

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19414

19-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on getting sick and going to the hospital
1945-08-22 00:11:04

Labelled "I-A". Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:11:04


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Medicine

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19415

Disc 20
  1.0 item
20-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Discussion of Cherokee stick ball game
1945-08-21 00:14:33

Labelled "I". Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:33


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Games; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Rites and ceremonies; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19402

20-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Discussion of Cherokee stick ball game
1945-08-21 00:14:03

Labelled "I". Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:03


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Games; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Rites and ceremonies; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19403

Disc 21
  1.0 item
21-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Discussion of conjuring
1945-08-21 00:05:06

Labelled as "III". Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:05:06


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Medicine

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19404

Disc 22
  1.0 item
22-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Discussion of Cherokee stick ball game and medicine
1945-08-21 00:20:25

Labelled as "II". Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Program skips and repeats multiple times.

General physical description: 00:20:25


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Games; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Medicine; Cherokee Indians--Rites and ceremonies; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19405

22-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Discussion of Cherokee stick ball game
1945-08-21 00:14:03

Labelled as "II". Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:03


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Games; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Rites and ceremonies; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19406

Part 8: Molly Sequoyah, autobiographical and folkloric stories (Cherokee and English)
  I2.4, Part 8
Disc 1
  1.0 item
01-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-13 00:12:56

Labelled "III". Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:12:56


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19418

01-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-13 00:11:13

Labelled "III". Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:11:13


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19419

Disc 2
  1.0 item
02-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08 00:04:52

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:04:52


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19420

Disc 3
  1.0 item
03-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08 00:11:47

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:11:47


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19421

03-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08 00:11:39

Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Large scratch on outer edge of disc obscures some content at beginning.

General physical description: 00:11:39


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19422

Disc 4
  1.0 item
04-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08 00:03:48

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:03:48


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19423

Disc 5
  1.0 item
05-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08 00:13:54

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:13:54


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19424

05-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08 00:13:30

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:13:30


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19425

Disc 6
  1.0 item
06-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08 00:13:18

Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Due to a skip in the middle of the disc, some audio could not be recovered.

General physical description: 00:13:18


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19426

06-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08 00:03:06

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:03:06


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19427

Disc 7
  1.0 item
07-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08 00:11:47

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:11:47


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19428

07-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-13 00:14:07

Recorded on SoundScriber disc. On multiple topics, including discussion of Carlisle Indian Industrial School.

General physical description: 00:14:07


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Education; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs; United States Indian School (Carlisle, Pa.)

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19429

Disc 8
  1.0 item
08-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-13 00:09:53

On multiple topics, including story about mud turtle and autobiographical reminiscences about boarding school. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:09:53


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Education; Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19430

Disc 9
  1.0 item
09-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text on a Baptist meeting
1945-08 00:12:03

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:12:03


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Baptists--North Carolina--History; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Religion

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19431

09-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08 00:11:26

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:11:26


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19432

Disc 11
  1.0 item
11-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Elicitation of Cherokee words and phrases
1945-08- 00:03:19

Includes general conversation. Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:03:19


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee language

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19433

Disc 12
  1.0 item
12-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992.
Reading of an unidentified paper on social psychology
1945-08 00:02:58

Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Recording is sporadic and unevenly recorded across disc. Difficult to track beginning section.

General physical description: 00:02:58


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Social psychology

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19434

Disc 13
  1.0 item
13-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992.
Testing of audio recording equipment, with conversation
1945-08 00:10:48

Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Includes multiple unidentified speakers.

General physical description: 00:10:48


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19435

13-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992.
Testing of audio recording equipment, with conversation and story
1945-08 00:03:13

Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Conversation between two unidentified female speakers.

General physical description: 00:03:13


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19436

Disc 14
  1.0 item
14-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Autobiographical text
1945-08-14 00:14:16

Labelled "II-A T". Recorded on SoundScriber disc. On multiple subjects, including brief discussion of education, Will West Long, different ways of speaking between North Carolina and Oklahoma, Molly's time in Philadelphia.

General physical description: 00:14:16


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Education; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs; Cherokee language

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19437

Disc 15
  1.0 item
15-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
How the fox was fooled by the rabbit, and how the dog ran his tail off (English)
1945-08-24 00:05:17

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:05:17


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19438

15-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
How the fox was fooled by the rabbit, and how the dog ran his tail off (Cherokee)
1945-08-24 00:02:38

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:02:38


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19439

Disc 16
  1.0 item
16-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Philadelphia Ghost Story (English)
1945-09-30 00:04:14

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:04:14


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Ghost stories; Ghosts--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19440

16-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Philadelphia Ghost Story (Cherokee)
1945-09-30 00:02:25

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:02:25


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Ghost stories; Ghosts--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19441

16-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Witch Story (English)
1945-09-30 00:06:51

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:06:51


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Witches--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19443

16-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Witch Story (Cherokee)
1945-09-30 00:02:29

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:02:29


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Witches--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19444

Disc 17
  1.0 item
17-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Baskets (English)
1945-09-30 00:06:54

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:06:54


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Basket making; Cherokee Indians--Material culture

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19445

17-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Baskets (Cherokee)
1945-09-30 00:01:49

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:01:49


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Basket making; Cherokee Indians--Material culture

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19446

17-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Molly's valedictory, or Molly's Gripe (English)
1945-09-30 00:02:53

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:02:53


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19447

17-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Molly's valedictory, or Molly's Gripe (Cherokee)
1945-09-30 00:01:19

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:01:19


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19448

Disc 18
  1.0 item
18-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Medicine Man (English)
1945-09-30 00:05:25

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:05:25


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Medicine; Cherokee Indians--Religion

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19449

18-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Medicine Man (Cherokee)
1945-09-30 00:01:58

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:01:58


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Medicine; Cherokee Indians--Religion

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19450

18-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Molly in Philadelphia (English)
1945-09-30 00:06:43

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:06:43


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Philadelphia (Pa.)--Description and travel

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19451

18-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Molly in Philadelphia (Cherokee)
1945-09-30 00:02:10

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:02:10


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Philadelphia (Pa.)--Description and travel

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19452

Disc 19
  1.0 item
19-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
How the whites gave smallpox to the Cherokee in 1865 (English)
1945-09-30 00:05:37

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:05:37


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Medicine; Smallpox--United States--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19454

19-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
How the whites gave smallpox to the Cherokee in 1865 (Cherokee)
1945-09-24 00:02:11

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:02:11


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Smallpox--United States--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19455

Disc 20
  1.0 item
20-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Sunday School Sermon (English)
1945-08-29 00:09:50

Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Also includes discussion of boarding schools, use of English vs. Cherokee.

General physical description: 00:09:50


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Education; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Religion; Cherokee language; Sermons

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19456

20-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Sunday School Sermon (Cherokee)
1945-08-29 00:01:34

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:01:34


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Religion; Sermons

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19457

Disc 21
  1.0 item
21-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Cat & Dog (English)
1945-08-27 00:08:01

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:08:01


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cats--Folklore; Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Dogs--Folklore; Omens

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19458

21-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Cat & Dog (Cherokee)
1945-08-27 00:02:16

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:02:16


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cats--Folklore; Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Dogs--Folklore; Omens

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19459

21-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Owls (English)
1945-08-27 00:04:12

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:04:12


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Cherokee language; Omens; Owls--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19460

21-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Owls (Cherokee)
1945-08-27 00:01:26

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:01:26


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Omens; Owls--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19461

21-05. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Hymn: Beautiful heaven, my home
1945-08-27 00:01:57

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:01:57


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Religion; Hymns

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19462

Disc 22
  1.0 item
22-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
The Thunder's Dog, and the Origin of the Milky Way (English)
1945-08-24 00:05:40

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:05:40


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Creation--Mythology; Milky Way--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19463

22-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
The Thunder's Dog, and the Origin of the Milky Way (Cherokee)
1945-08-24 00:02:40

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:02:40


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Creation--Mythology; Milky Way--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19464

22-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
How they got his beard from the turtle (English)
1945-08-24 00:03:43

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:03:43


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Turtles--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19465

22-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
How they got his beard from the turtle (Cherokee)
1945-08-24 00:02:10

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:02:10


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Turtles--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19466

Disc 23
  1.0 item
23-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Fox & Possum (English)
1945-08-23 00:05:58

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:05:58


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19467

23-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Fox & Possum (Cherokee)
1945-08-23 00:03:22

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:03:22


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19468

23-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Pleiades (English)
1945-08-23 00:03:35

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:03:35


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Pleiades--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19469

23-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Pleiades (Cherokee)
1945-08-23 00:01:24

Recorded on SoundScriber disc. A transcription of this program is available in the accompanying manuscript documentation.

General physical description: 00:01:24


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Pleiades--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19470

Disc 24
  1.0 item
24-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Gadugi (English)
1945-08-23 00:10:33

Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Identified on original disc as "'Gadegi."

General physical description: 00:10:33


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19471

24-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Gadugi (Cherokee)
1945-08-23 00:02:58

Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Identified on original disc as "'Gadegi."

General physical description: 00:02:58


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19472

24-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Origin of the Pleiades (English)
1945-08-23 00:03:32

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:03:32


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Pleiades--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19473

24-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Origin of the Pleiades (Cherokee)
1945-08-23 00:02:36

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:02:36


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Pleiades--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19474

Disc 25
  1.0 item
25-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
The rabbit and the beaver, and how the turtle lost his whistle (English)
1945-08-22 00:08:43

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:08:43


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19475

25-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
The rabbit and the beaver, and how the turtle lost his whistle (Cherokee)
1945-08-22 00:03:45

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:03:45


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19476

Disc 26
  1.0 item
26-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Story of Charlie and the Removal (English)
1945-08-22 00:14:06

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:06


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Trail of Tears, 1838-1839

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19477

26-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Story of Charlie and the Removal (Cherokee)
1945-08-22 00:02:47

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:02:47


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Trail of Tears, 1838-1839

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19478

Disc 27
  1.0 item
27-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
The rabbit, the beaver, and the possum (English)
1945-08-22 00:09:13

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:09:13


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19479

27-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
The rabbit, the beaver, and the possum (Cherokee)
1945-08-22 00:05:34

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:05:34


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19480

Disc 28
  1.0 item
28-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
How they got fire (English)
1945-08-22 00:05:24

Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Large scratch near end of disc prevents accurate tracking.

General physical description: 00:05:24


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Fire--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19481

28-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
How they got fire (Cherokee)
1945-08-22 00:03:06

Recorded on SoundScriber disc. Large scratch near end of disc prevents accurate tracking.

General physical description: 00:03:06


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Fire--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19482

28-03. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Nightingale (English)
1945-08-22 00:05:52

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:05:52


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Birds--Folklore; Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19483

28-04. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Nightingale (Cherokee)
1945-08-22 00:05:42

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:05:42


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Birds--Folklore; Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19484

Disc 29
  1.0 item
29-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Rabbit & Turtle, and Rabbit as Trickster (English)
1945-08-23 00:09:30

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:09:30


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Rabbits--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19485

29-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
Rabbit & Turtle, and Rabbit as Trickster (Cherokee)
1945-08-23 00:09:25

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:09:25


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Fire--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19486

Disc 30
  1.0 item
30-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
The little boy left in the woods (English)
1945-08-23 00:10:07

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:10:07


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19487

30-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
The little boy left in the woods (Cherokee)
1945-08-23 00:07:13

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:07:13


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19488

Disc 31
  1.0 item
31-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
The origin of corn (English)
1945-08-21 00:09:47

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:09:47


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19489

31-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
The origin of corn (Cherokee)
1945-08-21 00:05:57

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:05:57


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore; Corn--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19490

Disc 32
  1.0 item
32-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
The Stone Giant (English)
1945-08-21 00:14:41

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:14:41


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19491

32-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly.
The Stone Giant (Cherokee)
1945-08-21 00:08:06

Recorded on SoundScriber disc.

General physical description: 00:08:06


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19492

Part 9: Will French, autobiographical stories and linguistic elicitations (Cherokee)
  I2.4, Part 9
Disc 1
  1.0 item
01-01. French, Will. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992.
Cherokee story
1941 00:03:15

Recorded on acetate disc, aluminum-coated, 78 rpm. Original disc side I.

General physical description: 00:03:15


Geographic Name(s): North Carolina

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19499

01-02. French, Will. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992.
Cherokee story
1941 00:03:30

Recorded on acetate disc, aluminum-coated, 78 rpm. Original disc side II.

General physical description: 00:03:30


Geographic Name(s): North Carolina

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19500

Disc 2
  1.0 item
02-01. French, Will. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992.
Cherokee story
1941 00:03:41

Recorded on acetate disc, aluminum-coated, 78 rpm. Original disc side III.

General physical description: 00:03:41


Geographic Name(s): North Carolina

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19501

02-02. French, Will. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992.
Hymn 28, verses 2 & 3
1941 00:01:55

Recorded on acetate disc, aluminum-coated, 78 rpm. Original disc side IV.

General physical description: 00:01:55


Geographic Name(s): North Carolina

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Music; Hymns

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19502

02-03. French, Will. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992.
Story about a dispute over the building of a scenic highway through Indian land
1941 00:01:48

Recorded on acetate disc, aluminum-coated, 78 rpm. Original disc side IV.

General physical description: 00:01:48


Geographic Name(s): North Carolina

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Government relations; Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Land tenure

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19503

Disc 3
  1.0 item
03-01. French, Will. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992.
Elicitation of Cherokee words and phrases
1941 00:03:46

Recorded on acetate disc, aluminum-coated, 78 rpm. Original disc side V.

General physical description: 00:03:46


Geographic Name(s): North Carolina

Subject(s): Cherokee language

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19504

03-02. French, Will. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992.
Elicitation of Cherokee words and phrases
1941 00:03:47

Recorded on acetate disc, aluminum-coated, 78 rpm. Original disc side VI.

General physical description: 00:03:47


Geographic Name(s): North Carolina

Subject(s): Cherokee language

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19505

Disc 4
  1.0 item
04-01. French, Will. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992.
Autobiography and thoughts on the Cherokee language [1 of 2]
1941 00:03:27

Recorded on acetate disc, aluminum-coated, 78 rpm. Original disc side VII.

General physical description: 00:03:27


Geographic Name(s): North Carolina

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee language

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19506

04-02. French, Will. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992.
Autobiography and thoughts on the Cherokee language [2 of 2]
1941 00:03:45

Recorded on acetate disc, aluminum-coated, 78 rpm. Original disc side VIII.

General physical description: 00:03:45


Geographic Name(s): North Carolina

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee language

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19507

Part 10: Molly Sequoyah, Ants & Gourds
  I2.4, Part 10
Disc 1
  1.0 item
01-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Gourds
1945-08-30 00:05:36

Story given in English and Cherokee. Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:05:36


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--History; Cherokee Indians--Material culture; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs; Gourds

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19510

01-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Ants
1945-08-30 00:07:23

Story given in English and Cherokee. Recorded on SoundScriber disc, vinyl, 33 1/3 rpm.

General physical description: 00:07:23


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Ants--Folklore; Cherokee Indians--Folklore

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19511

Part 11: Molly Sequoyah, songs and discussion
  I2.4, Part 11
Disc 1
  1.0 item
01-01. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Song, ball game song, discussion
1945-08 00:02:01

Recorded on aluminum-coated acetate disc, 78 rpm.

General physical description: 00:02:01


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Games; Cherokee Indians--Music; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19560

01-02. Harris, Zellig S., (Zellig Sabbettai), 1909-1992. Sequoyah, Molly. Witthoft, John.
Song
1945-08 00:02:11

Recorded on aluminum-coated acetate disc, 78 rpm.

General physical description: 00:02:11


Geographic Name(s): Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject(s): Cherokee Indians--Music

This item has been digitized:
http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/audio:19559

Cheyenne
  
Croft, Kenneth.
Cheyenne Material
1948-1949 TMs and AMs, 30 notebooks (344L.)A3.1

3 parts.

  1. Typed and MS material in folders; noun paradigms, syllable and clusters; modes; instrumentals; affixes; prefixes and suffixes; bases; miscellaneous.
  2. Notebooks with inserts; north Cheyenne lexical lists, phrases, and text.
  3. 24 notebooks with inserts; south Cheyenne lexical lists, phrases, paradigms, texts.
 Freeman and Smith 693

Provenance: Donor, Kenneth Croft, grantee, 1949

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 37-39

General physical description: TMs and AMs, 30 notebooks (344L.)

Related material: See Recording Collection 5 for accompanying audio material.

Chichimeca
  
Angulo, Jaime de.
Chichimeco texts
1930 TMs and AMs, 419LChm.1

In Chichimeco and English. 11 folkloristic texts with literal and, free translations. Freeman and Smith 695

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 6-7

General physical description: TMs and AMs, 419L

Chilula
  
Goddard, Pliny Earle, 1869-1928.
Chilula field notes (Redwood Creek)
1902-1907 AMs, 5 notebooksNa20g.1

Includes lexical items, texts, translated and untranslated; text and narration on geographical features, materialculture. 1 Kato item included. Used by Goddard for his Chilula studies. Freeman and Smith 706 Cf. Goddard (1914).

Provenance: Donor, A. L. Kroeber, for the Department of Anthropology, University of California, 1948.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 45

General physical description: AMs, 5 notebooks

Goddard, Pliny Earle, 1869-1928.
Chilula field notes
1906-1907 AMs, 4 notebooksNa20g.2

Data on village site, material culture, Indian encounter near Fort Seward, text. Texts with interlinear translations. Collected from Bald Hills. Freeman and Smith 705 Printed (texts from 2 notebooks -- excepting those of Molasses), Goddard (1914):289-295.

Provenance: Donor, A. L. Kroeber, for the Department of Anthropology, University of California, 1946.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 45

General physical description: AMs, 4 notebooks

Chimakum
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Chemakum materials
1890 Slip file, ca.1,500 slipsW3b.1

Includes ca. 100 slips in several small groups, some dealing with Quileute-Chemakum material. Remainder of lexical items organized alphabetically by Chemakum. Freeman and Smith 709

Provenance: Donor, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago, 1950.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 29

General physical description: Slip file, ca.1,500 slips

Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Chemakum lexicon compared with Quileute
1952 AMs with AMs additions, 30L.W3b.2

Freeman and Smith 711 Printed, Swadesh (1955).

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 29

General physical description: AMs with AMs additions, 30L.

Gibbs, George.
Chemakum vocabulary
1853? TMs, 5L.W3b.3

Obtained from woman named Jule, slave and mistress of King George, a Clallam chief. English orthography with accents marked. Parts of body, household objects, material objects, animals, adverbs, verbs. Freeman and Smith 710

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 28

General physical description: TMs, 5L.

Andrade, Manuel José, 1885-1941.
Notes on the relations between Chemakum and Quileute; ed. by E. Sapir and M. Swadesh
1930?-1953 TMs with AMs additions, 10L.W3b.4

Sapir's comments in black pencil; Swadesh's comments in red. Page 10 gives phonetic system. Freeman and Smith 708 Printed, Andrade et al. (1953a).

Provenance: Donor, Norman A. McQuown through Morris Swadesh, 1953

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 29

General physical description: TMs with AMs additions, 10L.

Andrade, Manuel José, 1885-1941.
Chemakum vocabulary
1928 AMs, 1 notebook (14p.)W3b.5

English words and sentences with Chemakum equivalent; incomplete. Attempt to verify use of informant, Louise Webster, by Franz Boas at an earlier date. Freeman and Smith 707

Provenance: Donor, Norman A. McQuown, 1954.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 53

General physical description: AMs, 1 notebook (14p.)

Chimariko
  
Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.
Chimariko notes
1927 AMs, 1 notebookH2.1

Chimariko forms arranged (in part) alphabetically by English equivalents. Freeman and Smith 713

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1950.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 9

General physical description: AMs, 1 notebook

Chinantec
  
Angulo, Jaime de.
Chinantec text: El perrito de Teotitlan
1922 AMs Cy, 10L.Ch.1

In Chinantec-Spanish. Printed, with different orthograplly and English translation, de Angulo and Freeland (1935). Freeman and Smith 716

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 6

General physical description: AMs Cy, 10L.

Angulo, Jaime de.
Chinantec text: Cuento del pescador
1922 AMs Cy, 13L. Will illus.Ch.2

In Chinantec-Spanish and English. Versions in both Yolox and Yetla dialects. Freeman and Smith 715

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 6

General physical description: AMs Cy, 13L. Will illus.

McQuown, Norman A..
Chinantec vocabulary
1940 AMs and AMs Cy, 4L.Ch.3

In Spanish-Chinantec, 64 items in Yoloks dialect. Freeman and Smith 717

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1950.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 6

General physical description: AMs and AMs Cy, 4L.

Chinook
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Miscellaneous notes on Chinookan languages
1891-1892 AMs, 6L. and 1L.Pn4.1

Wasko vocabulary of 6p., apparently based on Jeremiah Curtin's visit to Warm Springs, Oregon, 1891. A text in an unidentified language and fragmentary slips of Chinook-Kathlamet comparisons. Freeman and Smith 725 Cf. Sapir (1909).

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 14

General physical description: AMs, 6L. and 1L.

Unidentified.
List of Chinook morphemes
n.d. TMs Cy, 15L.Pn4b.2

Detailed list of morphemes. Many forms have criticism and occasional comparative notes on Chinook-Wishram made by Edward Sapir. Freeman and Smith 727

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 14

General physical description: TMs Cy, 15L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Chinook lexicon
1890-1894? Card file, ca. 900 cards and 16L.Pn4b.3

Reference numbers probably to field notes. One group labeled "Kwakiutl-to be corrected." Together with No. 722, gives greater lexical information than published works. Freeman and Smith 721

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.6, reel 2

General physical description: Card file, ca. 900 cards and 16L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Chinook lexicon
1897 Card and slip file, ca. 900 cards and ca. 4,200 slipsPn4b.4

Generally organized by grammatical categories. Reference numbers apparently to field notes. Freeman and Smith 722

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.6, reel 2

General physical description: Card and slip file, ca. 900 cards and ca. 4,200 slips

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Field notes on Chinookan and Salishan languages and Gitamat [Haisla], Molala [Sahaptian] and Masset [Haida]
1890 AMs, 4 notebooksPn4b.5

Contents list; texts and vocabularies; shorthand ethnographic notes. Notebooks 1 and 2: Chinook, Wasco, Clackamas, Kathlamet texts and vocabularies; Clatsop vocabulary. Notebook 3: shorthand notes on Salish tribes; ethnographic shorthand notes on Lower Fraser (Halkomelem), Bella Coola (Nuxalk), Puyallup; vocabularies for Kitamat (Haisla), Bella Coola (Nuxalk), Chemakum, Puyallup. Notebook 4: shorthand ethnographic notes for Clatsop, Kathlamet, Lower Chehalis, Lower Frasier (Halkomelem); vocabularies for Nehalem, Kathlamet, Clatsop, Lower Chehalis, Chinook, Molale (Mollala), Masset (Haida), Lower Frasier (Halkomelem). Freeman and Smith 723

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 47

General physical description: AMs, 4 notebooks

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Field notes on Tillamook and Chinookan dialects
1890 AMs, 2 notebooks (part in shorthand)S4.1

Notes gathered in 1890. Vocabularies and texts with interlinear translation. Ethnographic notes in shorthand. Table of contents with notebooks. Tillamook, Nehelim, Siletz, Chinookan, Wasko, Tlakamas, Tlatsop, Chinook. Physical notes on Songish skulls, probably collected 1888 or 1889. Freeman and Smith 724

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 49

General physical description: AMs, 2 notebooks (part in shorthand)

Chinook Jargon
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Indian legends of the North Pacific coast of North America
1974 TMs Cy, 600p.74

Legends in English from the German translation of Chinook Jargon, Kwakiutl, Tsimshian, and Shuswap. Translated by Dietrich Bertz from the original edition (cf: Boas 1895). Permission necessary for reproduction. Freeman and Smith 4174

Provenance: Donor, British Columbia Indian Language Project, Jan. 1975

General physical description: TMs Cy, 600p.

Chitimacha
  
Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Chitimacha dictionary file
1950 AMs and TMs slips, ca.4,000 slipsG6.1

Lexical file, arranged alphabetically by Chitimacha. Freeman and Smith 730

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1951.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 15

General physical description: AMs and TMs slips, ca.4,000 slips

Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Chitimacha-English dictionary
1950 TMs, 89L.G6.2

Vocabulary alphabetically arranged by the Chitimacha. A duplicate of vocabulary in No. 735 compiled in 1939, based on texts from 1931. Freeman and Smith 731

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 5

General physical description: TMs, 89L.

Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Field notes on Chitimacha
1930-1934 AMs, 16 notebooksG6.3

Includes texts, vocabulary, phonetics, morphological notes. Notebooks 1,2,3,4,7,10,13, 15, are texts; notebooks 3,5,6,8, contain verb stem materials (cf. slip file, No. 733); notebooks 5,6,8, contain adjective stem materials; notebooks 1,2,9,12, vocabulary; notebook 14, phonetics; notebook 11, morphological notes; notebook 16, miscellaneous; notebook 15 includes Swanton vocabulary of Chitimacha and a genealogy. Freeman and Smith 735

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1953.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 35-36

General physical description: AMs, 16 notebooks

Related material: See Recording Collection 7 for accompanying audio material.

Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Chitimacha paradigmatic tables
1934 Slip file, ca.1,00 slipsG6.4

Slips show inflections of verbs, based on No. 735, notebooks 3, 5, 6, 8. Freeman and Smith 733

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1953.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 6

General physical description: Slip file, ca.1,00 slips

Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Chitimacha grammar, texts, and vocabulary
1939 TMs Cy, AMs additions, 606L.C6.5

Grammar, texts, free translations; vocabulary. Earlier versions of the texts are in Nos. 734 and 731. Vocabulary also in No. 731. Copy 2 of same, lacking pp. 189-170 of grammar. Freeman and Smith 732

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1953

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 8-9

General physical description: TMs Cy, AMs additions, 606L.

Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Earlier copies of Chitimacha texts
1935 TMs part Cy, 851L.G6.6

Earlier versions of texts in No. 732 with translations; duplicate copies and translations in second part (including grammatical analysis of one text in duplicate). Subject matter of texts is ethnographic (material culture), ethnohistoric, folkloristic, white-Indian-Negro relations. Freeman and Smith 734

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1953

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 6

General physical description: TMs part Cy, 851L.

Chiwere (Iowa, Ioway)
  
Marsh, Gordon H..
Materials for a study of the Iowa Indian language
n.d. AMs, ca. 1,000L., ca. 4,000 cards, ca. 75 bluebooks of 4L. each, several photographs.X4a.2

Cards are in three subdivided sections: parts of speech (containing cognates from Osage, Dakota, Santee, Teton, Ponca, Kansa, and Winnebago); English-Iowa; Iowa-English. Also included: Iowa texts with interlinear English translations; manuscript grammar of Ponca based on material in Dorsey (1890, 1891); grammatical notes on Winnebago taken from Lipkin (1945). Images include photographs, sections numbered 7, 19, of portraits, group and individual, with some native attire, dated 1936. Freeman and Smith 4178, 4232

Provenance: Donor, compiler (now Rev. Priestmonk Innocent), Aug. 1971

General physical description: AMs, ca. 1,000L., ca. 4,000 cards, ca. 75 bluebooks of 4L. each, several photographs.


Genre(s): Gelatin silver prints

Whitman, William.
A descriptive grammar of the Ioway Indian language
1936-1947 TMs with MS. additions, 19 l.X4a.1

Based on field work with an Ioway and an Oto. Freeman and Smith 1631

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 27

General physical description: TMs with MS. additions, 19 l.

Chocho
  
Angulo, Jaime de.
Chocho text
1922 AMs Cy, 47L.Cho.1

Grammatical sketch and text, Cuento del gerrito.... Includes tones, verbs, verb lists, and paradigms. Based on 1922 field work at Nativitas, Coixtlahuaca D., Oaxaca. Freeman and Smith 737 Printed, text only, with different orthography and English translation, de Angulo and Freeland (1935).

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 7

General physical description: AMs Cy, 47L.

Chontal (Tequistlateco)
  
Angulo, Jaime de. Garrida, Carmen de.
Cuento y frases en idioma Chontal (Tequistlateco)
1922 AMs Cy, 24L.M1b.1

In Tequistlatec, Spanish and English. Grammatical sketch, 11 phrases with notes, and text, El Cuento del Perrito, given by Doña Carmen de Garrida of the village of Tequisistlán. Freeman and Smith 745 Cf. printed reference to grammatical study in de Angulo (1925):97.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 12

General physical description: AMs Cy, 24L.

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Clackamas
  
Unidentified.
Clackamas vocabulary (?)
1920 AMs, 2L.Pn4a.1

Brief list, arranged alphabetically by English, letters A-D only. Freeman and Smith 752

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 752, reel 14

General physical description: AMs, 2L.

Jacobs, Melville, 1902-1971.
Kinship terms in Upper Chinook (Clackamas)
n.d. Slip file, ca.65 slipsPn4a.7

Freeman and Smith 753

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 20

General physical description: Slip file, ca.65 slips

Clallam
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Clallam and Songish vocabularies
1888 AMs, 43 L., 20p.S2f.1

Contains a copy of George Gibbs (1863), Clallam vocabulary. Comparisons of Lkungen with other languages. English-Lkungen vocabulary, alphabetical by English. Numbers refer to comparative Salish vocabularies. Miscellaneous Lkungen sentences. Also, Lkungen names, Songish vocabularies. Freeman and Smith 755

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 19

General physical description: AMs, 43 L., 20p.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Clallam notes
1917 AMs, 16L., 6p.S2f.2

Vocabulary, especially nouns with diminutive and plural. Freeman and Smith 754

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 19

General physical description: AMs, 16L., 6p.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Notes on Clallam plural
ca.1900 Card file, 35 cardsS2f.3

Notes on plural formations in Clallam. Freeman and Smith 756

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.6, reel 4

General physical description: Card file, 35 cards

Clatsop
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Clatsop vocabulary
n.d., 1890? AMs, 15L.Pn4b.6

Word list arranged alphabetically by the English. Freeman and Smith 757

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 14

General physical description: AMs, 15L.

Cochiti
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Cochiti texts with interlinear translations
n.d.; ca.1925-1940 TMs and AMs, 352L.Ke1.6

In 4 parts. Texts with interlinear translations. Copies. Freeman and Smith 759 Cf. Benedict (1931) for free translation of 20 texts.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 11

General physical description: TMs and AMs, 352L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Cochiti texts, word lists, and paradigms
1921-1922 AMs, 5 notebooks [5-9]Ke1.7

Pp. 479-1066 of original field notes. Texts [cf. copies in No. 759], word lists, paradigms, and shorthand notes. Freeman and Smith 760 Cf. Benedict (1931).

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 36

General physical description: AMs, 5 notebooks [5-9]

Coeur d'Alene (Schitsu'umsh)
  
Reichard, Gladys Amanda, 1893-1955.
Coeur d'Alene Indian texts
ca. 1930? TMs Cy, 418L.S1g.1

Texts without translations, number I-LII (XVIII lacking). Accompanying note states that author has retained translation pending publication, after which this will be made available. Freeman and Smith 764 Used for Reichard (1938)

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 18

General physical description: TMs Cy, 418L.

Teit, James Alexander, 1864-1922.
Coeur d'Alene and Spokane vocabulary
1908 AMs, 1 notebookS1g.2

Words recorded on blanks provided in Powell (1877). Freeman and Smith 767

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 48

General physical description: AMs, 1 notebook

Teit, James Alexander, 1864-1922.
Coeur d'Alene vocabulary
ca. 1910 AMs, 17p.S1g.3

Vocabulary items, relating to material culture and religion. Freeman and Smith 766

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 18

General physical description: AMs, 17p.

Comox
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Comox and Pentlatch texts
ca. 1910 AMs and TMs, 98L.S2j.1

15 MS. texts with interlinear translation by Boas. Typescript of interlinear translation of 14 texts. 2 typed copies of interlinear translation. One additional text. Freeman and Smith 770

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 19

General physical description: AMs and TMs, 98L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Comox-Satlolk materials
ca. 1890 AMs, 48p., 36L.S2j.2

In German and English. Includes vocabulary and text with German interlinear translation; Satlolk-English vocabulary. Freeman and Smith 771 Cf. Boas (1895).

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 19

General physical description: AMs, 48p., 36L.

Craho
  
Quain, Buell Halvor, 1912-1939.
Incomplete Kraho grammar
1939 AMs, 254L.ZhKr.1

Grammar prepared posthumously by Fannie Dunn Quain, ca. 1945, from notes of field work among Kraho on Tocantins River in Maranhao, Brazil. Contains material on phonetics, pronouns, verbs, syntax, 14 folkloristic texts, including some translation and notes. Freeman and Smith 775

Provenance: Donor, C. F. Voegelin, 1951.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 34

General physical description: AMs, 254L.

Cree
  
Various authors.
Abstracts of Cree tales
ca. 1935 TMs with AMs additions, 75p.2

A comparison of versions of Cree tales from the following sources: Skinner (1916); Teit (1921); Ahenakew (1929); Bloomfield (1930); and Bloomfield (1934). Freeman and Smith 776

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 1

General physical description: TMs with AMs additions, 75p.

Ahenakew, Edward.
Genealogical sketch of my family
1948 AMs, 27p.64

Autobiography of Cree Indian, born at Atahkakoops Res. to Christian (Episcopalian) parents. A sickly lad, he studied medicine in 1918, giving it up to become head of mission on his reserve. Discusses his nineteenth century grandparents (grandfather and granduncles), their conversion, role among people. Mentions treaty of 1876, rebellion of 1885. Views his past from point of view of an acculturated Indian. Freeman and Smith 779

Provenance: Donor, Edward Ahenakew, grantee, 1948.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 5

General physical description: AMs, 27p.

Ahenakew, Edward.
Tanning of leather
1948 AMs, 8p.65

Discusses Cree methods of tanning. Images include pencil sketches of implements. Informants are James Moostoos, "who strangely enough admitted having done the female work of tanning some hides," and his wife, Susan. Letter of Ahenakew to Paul A. W. Wallace, June 10, 1948. Mentions Dr. William E. Lingelbach.Donor, Edward Ahenakew, grantee, 1948. Freeman and Smith 783

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 5

General physical description: AMs, 8p.


Genre(s): Sketches.

Ahenakew, Edward.
Spirit help
1948 AMs, 7p.66

Incidents of spirit contact reported by Indians, which Ahenakew, despite his Christian upbringing, believes in part. Drawings of conjuring tent and experiences of Chief Starblanket of Ahtahkakoop, who was also a Mitawiwin. Experience of magic and counter-magic in contest with another person having spirit help (participants were ancestral relatives of the author). Note to Dr. Paul A. W. Wallace, Nov. 12, 1948. Freeman and Smith 782

Provenance: Donor, Edward Ahenakew, grantee, 1948.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 5

General physical description: AMs, 7p.

Ahenakew, Edward.
The We-tikoo, or He-who-is-alone
1949 AMsS, 20p.67

Three documents discussing We-ti-koo (Windigo) possession, or cannibalism, among the Cree, as told by various informants, whom Ahenakew disbelieves. Two tales of family cannibalism told by Jerry Constant. Additional cases. Freeman and Smith 784

Provenance: Donor, Edward Ahenakew, grantee, 1949.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 5

General physical description: AMsS, 20p.

Ahenakew, Edward.
Non-human personalities
1949 AMs, 10p.68

Tale told by Ahenakew's grandmother about Ma-Na-Kwa-Si-Wuk, a Cree-speaking "little people" who inhabit caves; also a personal narrative about Pa-Ha-Koos told by Sam Cook together with a description of a dance intended to pacify these game-controlling little creatures. Concludes with a narrative told by a relative who saw Pa-Ha-Koos even after becoming a Christian. Images include ink sketches of figures. Freeman and Smith 781

Provenance: Donor, Edward Ahenakew, grantee, 1949.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 5

General physical description: AMs, 10p.


Genre(s): Sketches.

Ahenakew, Edward.
A-us-to-yit (Making a canoe ...)
1949 AMs and TMs, 8p.70

Techniques of manufacture described by informant Jerry Constant, age seventy-nine. Includes letter of Ahenakew to Dr. Paul A. W. Wallace, mentioning Cree and Blackfoot dictionaries. Added memo tells of informants used in No. 30 (65-08). Images include ink sketches. Freeman and Smith 777

Provenance: Donor, Edward Ahenakew, grantee, 1949.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 5

General physical description: AMs and TMs, 8p.


Genre(s): Sketches.

Bloomfield, Leonard, 1887-1949.
Cree texts, "Series Two: Syllabary Texts from Sweet Grass Reserve"
1925 TMs, 683L.A1a.1

Texts 47-113 plus appendix. Introduction by Bloomfield, texts written down by Harry Achenam. A sequel to Bloomfield (1934), but never published. Freeman and Smith 785

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 5-6

General physical description: TMs, 683L.

Crow
  
Lowie, Robert Harry, 1883-1957.
Crow affixes
n.d. AMs, 42L.X3b.1

Arranged alphabetically by the Crow, apparently copied from texts and field notes. Freeman and Smith 814 Cf. Lowie (1960) :385-392:

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 28

General physical description: AMs, 42L.

Cuicateco
  
Angulo, Jaime de.
Brevisimas notas sobre el idioma Cuicateco
1922 AMs Cy, 36L.MiC.1

In Spanish. Grammatical sketch; 3 folkloristic 3 original narratives told by a Chiquihuitl n native. Freeman and Smith 818

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 12

General physical description: AMs Cy, 36L.

Dakota (includes Lakota and Nakota)
  
Deloria, Ella Cara.
Legends of the Oglala Sioux
1937 TMs Cy, 70p.15

Copy of Rev. Luke C. Walker's collection of legends, ca. 1880, made by Ella Deloria from manuscript. The carbon copy bears reference numbers to questions of Miss Deloria in her field work verifying these legends Freeman and Smith 824 Cf. No. 834

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 1

General physical description: TMs Cy, 70p.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota notes
1932 - TMs, 16L.38

Observations by Miss Deloria's brother of gestures, sleeping arrangements of full-blooded Dakotas Freeman and Smith 823

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 3

General physical description: TMs, 16L.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
A Study of Osage consonant shifts
ca.1935? TMs with MS. Additions, 68L.X.3

In Teton, Yankton, and English. Comparisons of Dakota and Osage words. Ca. 1,074 pairs, together with discussion of sound correspondence. Arranged alphabetically by English. Yankton and Teton dialects of Dakota. Essay on consonant and vowel shifts Freeman and Smith 850

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 29

General physical description: TMs with MS. Additions, 68L.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota lexicon
ca. 1933 Card and slip file, 13 cards, 3 slipsX8a.1

In Santee and English. Examples of stem reduplication taken from Riggs (1890) Freeman and Smith 839

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.7, reel 28

General physical description: Card and slip file, 13 cards, 3 slips

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Dakota texts
n.d. AMs and TMs, 55L.X8a.2

In Santee and English Freeman and Smith 831 Texts with interlinear and free translations and notes; two in duplicate. Also a speech by V. V. Deloria recorded on phonograph

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 28

General physical description: AMs and TMs, 55L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Miscellaneous Dakota notes
1894 and later AMs and TMs, 78L.X8a.3

In Teton, Santee, and English. Contains list of Dakota and other Siouian materials in Boas' files. Miscellaneous grammatical and lexicalnotes. Comparative word lists; Dakota-Winnebago; Ponca-Dakota; Mandan-Teton. Dakota word list; Dakota text. List of Teton dialect MSS. texts in Bureau of American Ethnology, comp.iled by George Bushotter (1887) and John Bruyier. Covering letter of J. Owen Dorsey, July 27, 1894 Freeman and Smith 830 Cf. no. 852 for copies of texts

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 28

General physical description: AMs and TMs, 78L.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota autobiographies
ca. 1937 TMs with MS. Additions, 382L.X8a.4

In Yankton, Santee, and English. Texts (II:1-11) with literal and free translations, and occasional ethnographic and linguistic notes Freeman and Smith 833

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 28-29

General physical description: TMs with MS. Additions, 382L.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota commentary on Walker's texts
1937 TMs with MS. Additions, 47, 40L.X8a.5

In Santee and English. Texts (VII:1-2) with literal and free translations and notes. Includes comments by two informants and itemized comments by the author with reference numbers to the c.c. of Walker Legends in No. 824. She finds linguistic and cultural inadequacies in both Introduction and Legends of Dr. Luke C. Walker Freeman and Smith 834

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 29

General physical description: TMs with MS. Additions, 47, 40L.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota dictionary
1935? TMs, 2 notebooksX8a.6

In Teton, Santee, and English. 1) A-m, na. 2) Ni-z. Ca. 5,000 Dakota lexical items with detailed English equivalents Freeman and Smith 835

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 29

General physical description: TMs, 2 notebooks

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota ethnographic and conversational texts
1937? AMs and TMs, 220L.X8a.7

In Santee, Teton, and English. Texts (VIII:1-10; V:4), with literal and free translations and detailed ethnographic and linguistic discussions. Freeman and Smith 836

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 29

General physical description: AMs and TMs, 220L.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota games
n.d. TMs, 35p.X8a.8

Includes: text in Dakota with free English translation; grammatical notes Freeman and Smith 4197

General physical description: TMs, 35p.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
A Dakota greeting
n.d. TMs, 5p.X8a.9

Includes: short text and translation in which the greeting involves saying the name of a dead person; discussion of the context and social acceptability of the naming; relating an incident in which naming a dead person was not considered appropriate; discussion of a short prayer said before drinking water Freeman and Smith 4198

General physical description: TMs, 5p.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota informal texts and conversations
1937? TMs, 273L.X8a.10

In Santee, Teton, and English. Texts (111:1-13), with literal and free translations, ethnographic and linguistic notes Freeman and Smith 838

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 29

General physical description: TMs, 273L.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota play on words
n.d. TMs, 19p.X8a.12

Includes text in Dakota with literal and free translations; grammatical notes Freeman and Smith 4199

General physical description: TMs, 19p.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
A Dakota proverb
n.d. TMs, 2p.X8a.13

Includes: text with literal and free translations; discussion of prohibition against a man's traveling with/being alone with a woman not his wife and of aversion to open attempts by a woman to gain a man's attention Freeman and Smith 4200

General physical description: TMs, 2p.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota speeches
1937? TMs, 77L.X8a.14

In Santee, Teton, and English. Texts (V1:1-3) with literal and free translations and notes. Content generally relates to tribal factions dispute over New Deal Indian policy Freeman and Smith 841

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 29

General physical description: TMs, 77L.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota tales
1937 TMs, 105L.X8a.15

In Santee, Teton, and English. Texts (IX:1-5) with literal and free translations and notes Freeman and Smith 843

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 29

General physical description: TMs, 105L.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota tales in colloquial style
1937 TMs, with MS. Additions, 324L.X8a.16

In Santee, Teton, and English. Texts (X:l, 3-5), with free translations and ethnographic and linguistic notes. Text no. 2 in this series is found in the carbon, copy 2 Freeman and Smith 844

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 30

General physical description: TMs, with MS. Additions, 324L.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota texts from the Minnesota manuscript
1839; 1941 TMs with MS. Additions, 45L.X8a.17

In Santee, Teton, and English. Forty-one ethnographic and folkloristic texts transcribed from manuscripts in the Minnesota Historical Society comp.iled by Gideon Pond and Samuel Pond. Teton versions added for comparison. Freeman and Smith 845 Printed (Text 5, "The Skeptic"), Boas and Deloria (1941)

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 30

General physical description: TMs with MS. Additions, 45L.

Deloria, Ella Cara . Sword, George.
Dakota texts from the Sword manuscript
1876-1909, 1938Typed D. with MS. additions, 382 L.X8a.18

In Santee, Teton, and English. 13 autobiographical and ethnographic texts related by George Sword, copied from ledger book by Ella Deloria, together with literal and free translations and notes.

General physical description: Typed D. with MS. additions, 382 L.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dialect pun in Dakota
n.d. TMs, 9p.X8a.19

Includes: text with literal and free translations; explanatory comments; grammatical notes Freeman and Smith 4201

General physical description: TMs, 9p.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Letters and miscellaneous materials in Dakota from the Minnesota manuscript.
  TMs, 70LX8a.20

In Santee and English. Copies of letters and other materials in the Minnesota Historical Society; translations and grammatical notes by Ella Deloria. Contents: ***10 letters to Dr. Wm. [Williamson], Mr. R. [Stephen Riggs?], and R[enville?] from various Indians educated at the Mission school. Financial relations, Chippewa-Sioux warfare, religion, mission education, ethnography. ***appendix to 10th letter: a count or census of seven Dakota bands, total of 105 names, Aug. 15, 1838.***marginal comment on the count; texts of 3 songs.***an ethnographic text (Feb. 9, 1839) on hunting, warfare, and laws.***free translations of 1, 2, 3, and 4 above.***grammatical notes. Freeman and Smith 848

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General physical description: TMs, 70L

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Old Dakota legends
n.d.; 1937? TMs with MS. Additions, 358L.X8a.21

In Santee, Teton, and English. Texts (1:1-12), with literal and free translations and ethnographic and linguistic notes. Includes three year counts, one with illustrations Freeman and Smith 849

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General physical description: TMs with MS. Additions, 358L.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Special expressions in Dakota
n.d. TMs, 13p.X8a.22

Includes: new expressions; odd words; sayings; jokes with literal and free translations; explanatory comments; grammatical notes Freeman and Smith 4202

General physical description: TMs, 13p.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Woodmen from Bear Creek
n.d. TMs, 13p.X8a.23

Includes: illustration of some old traditions through the reported conversation in Dakota connected with the offer and acceptance of food and honoring the dead; English translations; discussions of the customs involved; notes on various Dakota words Freeman and Smith 4203

General physical description: TMs, 13p.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota idioms
after 1932 TMs with MS. Additions, 64L.X8a.24

In Santee, Teton, and English. Contains idioms, with references to MS. tales. Idioms and similes, with references to MS. tales and a few references to Deloria (1932). A few editorial comments of Boas Freeman and Smith 837

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General physical description: TMs with MS. Additions, 64L.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota song texts
1937 TMs Cy, 180L.X8a.25

Texts, corrected by Ella Deloria, with literal and free translations and notes. Collected from Densmore (1918), Burlin (1907), and unpublished collection of Yanktonai texts of George Herzog. Freeman and Smith 840

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General physical description: TMs Cy, 180L.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota stems, grammatically treated
n.d.; ca. 1935 Slip file, ca. 800 slipsX8a.26

In Santee, Teton, and English. Stem file, alphabetically arranged; with key Freeman and Smith 842

Provenance: Donor, Ernst P. Boas, 1946

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General physical description: Slip file, ca. 800 slips

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Dakota word lists, grammatically selected and treated
ca. 1936 TMs and AMs, 554L.X8a.27

In Santee, Teton, and English. Materials solicited by Boas from Miss Deloria: yellow slips contain questions and summaries by Boas; typed materials are replies of Miss Deloria. Arranged according to grammatical categories, Iapi Oaye, v. 65, no. 1, Jan. 1963, p. 1-4. Comparative listing of northwest coast specimens. Freeman and Smith 832

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General physical description: TMs and AMs, 554L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Dictionary materials in Dakota and related languages
ca. 1935 Slip file, 1,200 itemsX8a.28

In Santee and English. Handwritten slips by Boas; typewritten by Deloria. Reference numbers apparently to manuscript materials. Includes some related linguistic material Freeman and Smith 828

Provenance: Donor, Ernst P. Boas, 1946

General physical description: Slip file, 1,200 items

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Legends in Santee Dakota
1934 TMs, 139L., 148L.X8a.29

In Santee and English. 16 folkloristic texts and four historical narratives of the Lake Dwellers [Mdewakatuwa] covering events from 1800 to 1934 in sequence. Complete in vol. 1, an autobiographical narrative from Philip Robinson, born ca. 1860 Freeman and Smith 847

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General physical description: TMs, 139L., 148L.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Teton forms, entered in S. R. Riggs, A Dakota-English dictionary
1890-1938? AMs, 685p.X8c.2

In Teton and English. Teton forms entered in pencil of copy of S. R. Riggs (1890), a Santee dictionary Freeman and Smith 851

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General physical description: AMs, 685p.

Deloria, Ella Cara.
Teton myths
1887-1888; 1937? TMs with MS. illus., approximately 3000 pgs.X8c.3

In Teton and English. Typed copy of manuscript texts collected by George Bushotter, and John Bruyier, 1888, for James Owen Dorsey, now in Bureau of American Ethnology library. Folkloristic and ethnographic materials. 151 texts with literal and free translations and notes; 107 texts in free translation only. 2 texts of John Bruyier (Nos. 189, 224) and autobiography of George Bushotter (No. 101). Images include pencil and ink sketches of masks, war bonnet, toys, flutes, in Part II, version 2. Freeman and Smith 852

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General physical description: TMs with MS. illus., approximately 3000 pgs.

Other Descriptive Information: A full Table of Contents for this set of manuscripts is available.


Genre(s): Sketches.

Matthews, G. Hubert.
A phonemic analysis of a Dakota dialect
1954 TMs, 13p.X8c.4

Based on the speech of one man whose parents were Yankton speakers and whose schoolmates were mostly Teton speakers Freeman and Smith 4205

General physical description: TMs, 13p.

Unidentified.
Teton songs
n.d. AMs, 2 notebooks.Pn3.7

149 song scores, originally identified as Kalapuya, some with texts. No translations. A version of Francis Densmore's Teton Sioux material. The handwriting is unidentified, but is not Densmore's, nor George Herzog's. Possibly connected to Ella Deloria's notes in "Dakota songs texts", item X8a.25, above. Corrected identification supplied by Judith Gray, Library of Congress, Federal Cylinder Project, November 21, 1985. Freeman and Smith 1867

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General physical description: AMs, 2 notebooks.

Eskimo (Inuktitut and Inupiaq)
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Eskimo ethnographic notes from Baffinland
1885 AMs, 54L.26

In German. Probably Boas' original Baffinland field notes. Includes brief vocabulary, texts, and ethnography Freeman and Smith 1322

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General physical description: AMs, 54L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 . Comer, George.
Eskimo folklore
1901-1907 TMs and AMs, 68L., 18 drawings, 9 slips, 1 sheet32

Eskimo drawings, include pencil sketches of fishing, Repulse Bay; notes on Eskimo life; texts recorded directly in English. Obtained principally from Central Eskimo by George Comer, an American whaler-trader. Letter to Boas from J. S. Mutch, a Baffinland whaler, 1906. Freeman and Smith 1323 Cf. Boas (1907)

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General physical description: TMs and AMs, 68L., 18 drawings, 9 slips, 1 sheet


Genre(s): Sketches.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Comparative word list of Alaskan Eskimo, Siberian Eskimo, and Chukchee
1905 AMs, 32L.E1.1

Ca. 1,200 items, arranged alphabetically by English with equivalents in parallel columns. Seward Peninsula and Point Barrow Eskimo Freeman and Smith 1345

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General physical description: AMs, 32L.

Francis, Alfred G..
Kungmit Eskimo vocabulary
1935 AMs, 18L.E1.2

Obtained for Boas at Kotzebue, Alaska. Occasional red and black pencil additions in phonetic script. Names of animals, terms of relationship, parts of the body, natural objects,etc. 300items. Brief attempt at phonetic analysis. Freeman and Smith 1350

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General physical description: AMs, 18L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Eskimo texts
1883-1929? AMs, 18L, 13p., notebookE1a.1

Probably Boas and Wm. Thalbitzer. Texts and translations with occasional special vocabularies. Materials from Hamilton Inlet (Labrador), Hudson Bay, and Cumberland Sound. Eskimo syllabary is described; several texts in syllabary. Labrador material dated June, 1929,Thalbitzer. Freeman and Smith 1349 Cf. Boas (1889, 1894, 1897)

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General physical description: AMs, 18L, 13p., notebook

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Eskimo interlinear texts
1889? AMs Cy, 10L.E1a.2

Texts with interlinear translations, some apparently dating back to 1889. Freeman and Smith 1346 Cf. Boas (1889, 1894, 1897)

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General physical description: AMs Cy, 10L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Eskimo lexicon
1883? AMs, ca. 2900 slips and cardsE1a.3

In German-"Eskimo." Lexicon organized by Eskimo stem Freeman and Smith 1347

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General physical description: AMs, ca. 2900 slips and cards

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Eskimo songs
1889? AMs, 21L.E1a.4

Song texts with translation Freeman and Smith 1348 Cf. Boas (1889, 1894, 1897)

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General physical description: AMs, 21L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Drawings for "Property Marks of Alaskan Eskimo"
1899 AMs, 18 itemsE1a.5

Drawings from which the illustrations in Boas (1899) were reproduced Freeman and Smith 4249

Provenance: Donor, Frederica de Laguna, Oct. 1964

General physical description: AMs, 18 items

Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Greenlandic materials
1936 AMs, 150L.E1a.100

Rough notes used by the author in preparing his discussion of South Greenlandic (Eskimo). Based on S. Kleinschmidt (1851), and (1871) Freeman and Smith 1355 Cf. Swadesh (1946)

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General physical description: AMs, 150L.

Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Unaaliq Eskimo vocabulary file
1951 Slip file, 800 itemsE1b.200

Vocabulary recorded in 1936 from James Andrews of St. Michael's Island, Alaska, with added comparative notes covering other Aleutian and Eskimo dialects. Organized phonetically by the Aleut. Based on 1936 vocabulary gained from James Andrews, No. 1350, as well as from published sources Freeman and Smith 1357

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, grantee, 1951. Printed, Swadesh (1952a):241-258

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General physical description: Slip file, 800 items

Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Unaaliq Eskimo field notes
1936 TMs and AMs, 63L., 16L., 2 slipsE1b.201

Vocabulary, paradigms, text Freeman and Smith 1356

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1951

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General physical description: TMs and AMs, 63L., 16L., 2 slips

Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Unaaliq and Proto Eskimo: comparative vocabulary
1951 TMs Cy, 57 and 32L.E1b.202

Two papers based on Unaaliq materials in No. 1356. Discussion of phonemes, morphophonemes, vocabulary. Synchronic and diachronic notes. Freeman and Smith 1358

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, grantee, n.d. Printed, Swadesh (1951); (1952a)

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General physical description: TMs Cy, 57 and 32L.

General
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Bibliography on decorative art
1890-1924 AMs, 150 slips24

Includes a general bibliography on anthropology. German, English, and Spanish sources. Freeman and Smith 1417

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General physical description: AMs, 150 slips

Haida
  
Deans, James.
Haida ethnography
1893 TMs, 91L.37

Materials intended to accompany exhibit of Haida houses in the ethnography section of the World's Columbian Exposition, 1893. Contains "The Haida"; "Order [of] Haidah Houses as they used to stand in Skidegate's Town ..."; "How the Haida dispose of their dead" -- 2 versions. The first document bears emendations by Franz Boas. Freeman and Smith 1533

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General physical description: TMs, 91L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Haida lexicon
n.d. AMs, 185 slips.N1.1

Disorganized slips from various MS. texts. Some have English equivalents Freeman and Smith 1537

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General physical description: AMs, 185 slips.

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Unidentified.
Haida lexicon
n.d. AMs, ca. 800 slips.N1.2

Haida-English file. Freeman and Smith 1539

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General physical description: AMs, ca. 800 slips.

Haeberlin, Herman K..
Notes on the composition of the verbal complex in Haida
n.d.; 1915? AMs, 17L.N1.3

A critical reworking of a portion of Swanton (1911a). Freeman and Smith 1538

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General physical description: AMs, 17L.

Swanton, John Reed, 1873-1958.
Haida texts
1900-1902 TMs with AMs additions, 333 l.N1.4

Copies of texts obtained from Masset and Skidegate Haida, 1900-1902. Two texts have interlinear translation. Reference numbers refer to printed abstracts of Masset texts. Marginal comments by Franz Boas and Theresa M. Durlach. Freeman and Smith 1544 Printed, Swanton (1908) and (1905b); abstracts in Swanton (1905a).

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General physical description: TMs with AMs additions, 333 l.

Swanton, John Reed, 1873-1958.
Haida texts
1900-1901 TMs, with MS. additions. 350L.N1.5

Haida stories recorded in 1900-1901 in the Skidegate dialect. These are typescripts of the original Haida versions of the stories appearing in translation in Swanton’s , 1905. There are marginal page and line references to the printed translations, probably made by Theresa M. Durlach, who cites these numbers in her work (1928). Freeman and Smith 1543

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General physical description: TMs, with MS. additions. 350L.

Durlach, Theresa. Swanton, John Reed, 1873-1958.
Haida grammatical notes and word list
1900-1911 TMs and AMs, 127L.N1.6

English-Haida lexicon, ca. 1200 words; Haida-English lexicon, ca. 800 items. Also organized notes and word lists, a composite, based on 1900-1901 field work among Skidegate and Masset. Some work done by Theresa Durlach. Freeman and Smith 1542

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General physical description: TMs and AMs, 127L.

Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.
Haida lexicon
n.d. TMs and AMS, 342 cards.N1.7

Lexicon, alphabetical by Haida, principally Masset dialect. Reference numbers refer to Swanton manuscripts and publications. Freeman and Smith 1540

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General physical description: TMs and AMS, 342 cards.

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Hokan
  
Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.
Hokan-Siouan comparisons
1917-1925 AMs, ca. 1300 cards and slips.H.3

Comparisons among various families of the Hokan-Siouan phylum. Dividers separate sections as follows: Hokan-Siouan (Yuki; Muskogean: Caddoan; Siouan; Hokan-type Coahuiltecan-Butiaba); Washo-Hokan; Hokan-Coahuiltecan; Yana-Hokan. Subdivided by stems, grammatical categories, and occasionally by meaning. Much of the Yana-Hokan published in "The Position of Yana in the Hokan Stock," UCPAAE 13, 1 (1917). Freeman and Smith 1550

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1950.

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General physical description: AMs, ca. 1300 cards and slips.

Kroeber, A. L., (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Hokan compared with various Middle and South American languages
1924 AMs, 1L.H.4

Word lists of 21 English items with equivalents in Yuman, Hokan, Subtiaba, Xinca, Lenca, Chibcha, Guayom, Chibchan, Zoque, Mixe; taken from published and unpublished sources. Freeman and Smith 1549

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General physical description: AMs, 1L.

Hopi
  
Whorf, Benjamin Lee, 1897-1941.
First report on Hopi
1933 TMsS, 5L.U3a.1

Brief comment on phonemics, morphology, general and comparative remarks. Part of a letter to Edward Sapir. Freeman and Smith 1568

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 20

General physical description: TMsS, 5L.

Whorf, Benjamin Lee, 1897-1941.
The Hopi language
n.d. TMs cy, 59p.U3a.3

A grammatical sketch of the dialect of Mishongnovi pueblo. Freeman and Smith 4364

General physical description: TMs cy, 59p.

Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.
Hopi word list
1915 AMs, 2 slips.U3a.4

21 items; Hopi with English equivalents. Freeman and Smith 1567

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1946.

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General physical description: AMs, 2 slips.

Whorf, Benjamin Lee, 1897-1941.
Hopi text
ca.1933-1941 AMs, 9L.U3a.5

Text on marriage customs with interlinear translation and grammatical notes. Freeman and Smith 1569

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1946.

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General physical description: AMs, 9L.

Whorf, Benjamin Lee, 1897-1941.
Hopi verb classes
Feb. 7, 1934 AMsS, 4L.U3a.6

Grammatical treatment. Freeman and Smith 1570

Provenance: Donor, Leslie Spier, 1957.

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General physical description: AMsS, 4L.

Huastec
  
McQuown, Norman A..
Vocabulario Wasteko
1940 TMs Cy, 6LM4.1

In Spanish-Huastec. List of ca. 150 Huastec equivalents. Freeman and Smith 1582

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1950

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 12

General physical description: TMs Cy, 6L

Huave
  
Radin, Paul, 1883-1959.
Huave-English dietionary
1932-1952 AMs, 91LMz H.1

In Huave-English and Spanish. A dictionary based on texts in Radin (1929b) and on the author's field work of 1912-1913. Additions were made from Milton and Clara Warkentin (1952) by the author some time after 1952. Film copy made before these revisions. Freeman and Smith 1588

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General physical description: AMs, 91L

Huichol
  
Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Huichol vocabulary
1940 AMs, 3 l.U7a.1

In Spanish-Huichol. Vocabulary list of 125 items. Freeman and Smith 1601

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General physical description: AMs, 3 l.

Hupa
  
Goddard, Pliny Earle, 1869-1928.
Field notes in California Athabascan languages
1902-1903; 1922 AMs, 18 notebooks.Na.3

Pome, Hupa, Kato, Wailaki, Sinkyone, Tolawa, and Nongatl texts, ethnographic and ethnohistoric materials. Freeman and Smith 1603 Cf. Goddard (1903b) and (1923).

Provenance: Donor, A. L. Kroeber for the Department of Anthropology, University of California, 1946.

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General physical description: AMs, 18 notebooks.

Goddard, Pliny Earle, 1869-1928.
Hupa text (South Fork of the Trinity)
n.d.; 1901-1908 TMs Cy, 80L.Na20a.1

Interlinear text in duplicate, with free translation; another interlinear translated text in duplicate; a free translation of a third text. Freeman and Smith 1605

Provenance: Donor, A. L. Kroeber for the Department of Anthropology, University of California, 1946.

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General physical description: TMs Cy, 80L.

Goddard, Pliny Earle, 1869-1928.
Hupa materials
1903-1906 AMs, 11 notebooks and loose sheets.Na20a.2

Texts, translations, historical accounts, paradigms, vocabulary lists, grammatical notes, ethnological notes. Some Wailaki text material included Freeman and Smith 1604 CfC: Goddard (1903b), (1904), (1905).

Provenance: Donor, A. L. Kroeber for the Department of Anthropology, University of California, 1946.

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General physical description: AMs, 11 notebooks and loose sheets.

Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.
Hupa texts and slipfile
1927 AMs, 11 notebooks of ca. 125 p. each; ca. 5,000 slips.Na20a.4

Hupa texts with English translation. Slip file is vocabulary with grammatical notes filed alphabetically Hupa-English. Freeman and Smith 4369 1607

General physical description: AMs, 11 notebooks of ca. 125 p. each; ca. 5,000 slips.

Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.
Hupa Indians
1923 TMs with Ms, illus., 11 foldersNa20a.5

In Hupa and English. Typed copied of manuscript texts of notes on myths; doctors and medicine; birth, puberty, marriage and death; omens; material culture; villages and houses; names; cosmography and geography; warfare. Images include a map of Humboldt County, California and pencil sketches of decorative patterns.

General physical description: TMs with Ms, illus., 11 folders


Genre(s): Maps.; Sketches.

Iroquois (Haudenosaunee)
  
Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.
Iroquois notes
n.d. AMs, 3p.I1.1

Taken at Hull, Province of Québec. Verb forms. Freeman and Smith 1848

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General physical description: AMs, 3p.

Hickerson, Harold, 1923-. Hickerson, Nancy Parrott. Turner, Glen D..
Material on Iroquois dialects ..
1950 AMs and TMs, 191L. and 13 charts.I1.3

Field report, field notes, word lists, data on sound-recording procedures. Biographical data on informants among Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Mohawk, Tuscarora, and Cherokee. Cf. No.1834. Letter from Harold Hickerson to C. F. Voegelin, n.d., and magnetic tape recording, mimeo 9p. Freeman and Smith 1835 Cf. Hickerson, Turner, and Hickerson (1952).

Provenance: Donor, C. F. Voegelin, 1952.

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General physical description: AMs and TMs, 191L. and 13 charts.

Related material: See Recording Collection 13 for accompanying audio material.

Isleta
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Isleta word list
n.d.;ca.1921 AMs, 6L.T1b.1

Ca. 175 forms, principally plant names. Some lack English translations Freeman and Smith 1859

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 19

General physical description: AMs, 6L.

Kalapuya
  
Frachtenberg, Leo Joachim, 1883-1930.
Kalapuya ethnology
ca.1918 TMs and AMS, 26L.40

Organized ethnographic notes, referring to texts [No. 1866]: names, history, religion, ornaments, shamanism, social organizations, customs, and two songs. Essay on concept of soul. Franz Boas, "The expressions for some religious concepts of the Kwakiutl Indians, " May 20, 1926 Freeman and Smith 1865 Printed (Boas article only), Boas (1927) [in German] and Boas (1940) [in English]: 612-618

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General physical description: TMs and AMS, 26L.

Angulo, Jaime de.
Sample of Atfalatin-Yamhalla dialect of Kalapuya
ca. 1928 TMs, 1 l.Pn3.1

Text on marriage customs with interlinear and incomplete free translations. Freeman and Smith 1868 Cf. Angulo (1929) for discussion of field work.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372, reel 14

General physical description: TMs, 1 l.

Angulo, Jaime de. Freeland, L. S., (Lucy Shepard), 1890-1972.
Atfalati Kalapuya semasiology
ca.1930 TMs, 32L.Pn3.6

Word lists semantically arranged; explanatory table. ca. 450 items Freeman and Smith 1869

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General physical description: TMs, 32L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 . Frachtenberg, Leo Joachim, 1883-1930.
Kalapuya word lists and texts
1915-1930, esp. 1921 AMs, 111L.Pn3.8

A miscellany, not positively identified. Some Kwakiutl, Tsimshian, Salish, and some southwestern materials (Keresan?) are included. Reference numbers to printed texts in word lists, but the system is not that used by Boas. Freeman and Smith 1870

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General physical description: AMs, 111L.

Frachtenberg, Leo Joachim, 1883-1930.
Kalapuya myths
ca. 1918 TMs Cy, 141 l.Pn3.9

Folkloristic texts with free translations and a few interlinear translations. Utilizes Atfalati folklore and ethnographic materials gathered by A. S. Gatschet, 1877, and field work in 1913 and 1914. Notes Freeman and Smith 1866

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General physical description: TMs Cy, 141 l.

Kalispel
  
Giorda, Joseph.
Appendix to the Kalispel-English dictionary, compiled by the Missionaries of the Society of Jesus
1879 TMs Cy, 36L.S1f.1

Typed copy of Giorda (1877-1879). Appendix. Also carbon copy. Both lack preface and pp. 35-36 of printed document. Freeman and Smith 1872

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.6, reel 4

General physical description: TMs Cy, 36L.

Post, John.
Kalispel grammar
ca. 1880 TMs, 137L.S1f.2

A grammar, based in part on Giorda (18771879) and (1879), with an appendix which is, in part, a translation of Mengarini (1861). Apparently a copy prepared by Gladys A. Reichard in 1927 for the American Council of Learned Societies' Committee on American Native Languages.[Cf. No. 1910]. Freeman and Smith 1874

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General physical description: TMs, 137L.

Unidentified.
Kalispel lexicon
n.d. AMs, ca.610 cards.S1f.3

Root forms; examples taken from Giorda (1877-1879). Freeman and Smith 1873

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.6, reel 4

General physical description: AMs, ca.610 cards.

Karuk
  
Harrington, John Peabody.
Karok grammar
ca. 1930 TMs, 70L.H4.1

Incomplete. Sections on the numeral (methods of counting various things, arithmetical operations), interjections; the adjective, and free translation of a Karuk text. Freeman and Smith 1878 Cf. Harrington (1930):121.

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General physical description: TMs, 70L.

Kathlamet
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kathlamet lexicon
1890-1894 AMs, ca. 1500 slips.Pn4a.2

Lexical file arranged in part according to the English alphabet. Includes some Chinook; some Clackamas items. References to unknown texts. Freeman and Smith 1881

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General physical description: AMs, ca. 1500 slips.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kathlamet lexicon
1890-1894 AMs, ca. 550 cards and 950 slips.Pn4a.3

Lexical file of forms with English equivalents. Part arranged alphabetically by English. Reference numbers apparently to field notes. Freeman and Smith 1880

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General physical description: AMs, ca. 550 cards and 950 slips.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kathlamet field notes
1894-1895 AMs, 1 notebook.Pn4a.8

Texts with interlinear translation. Reference numbers to printed version. Freeman and Smith 1879 Printed in Boas (1901).

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 47

General physical description: AMs, 1 notebook.

Kato
  
Goddard, Pliny Earle, 1869-1928.
Kato materials
1902; 1906 AMs, 8 notebooks.Na20b.1

Collected by Goddard at Laytonville, California; includes typed copy of word list [cf. No. 1603 for Pome duplicate] and texts. Lexical items with translations; ethnographic and material culture notes. Freeman and Smith 1882 Cf. Goddard (1909), (1903a).

Provenance: Donor, A. L. Kroeber for the Department of Anthropology, University of California, 1946.

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General physical description: AMs, 8 notebooks.

Kawaiisu
  
Zigmond, Maurice L..
Kawaiisu phonetics and text
n.d. TMs Cy, 3L.U4b.1

Text with partial interlinear translation "Coyote and Fox." Brief sketch of phonemes, word types, accent, etc. Freeman and Smith 1883

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1950.

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General physical description: TMs Cy, 3L.

Keresan
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Keresan word list and linguistic notes
1919-1928 TMs and AMS, 85L. 1 notebook.Ke1.1

Eight folders of Laguna and Cochiti grammatical, linguistic, folkloristic, and ethnographic materials Freeman and Smith 1886 Cf. Boas (1928b) and (1923) for printed versions of several texts.

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General physical description: TMs and AMS, 85L. 1 notebook.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Keresan lexical file
n.d.;ca.1925 AMs, ca.8000 slips.Ke1.2

Keresan forms with English equivalents. References to Boas MS. materials. Arrangement not clear, although some slips are tied together and separated by color or heavy cardboard. Freeman and Smith 1885

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General physical description: AMs, ca.8000 slips.

Kickapoo
  
Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Kickapoo vocabulary
1940 AMs, 2LA1c.1

In Kickapoo-Spanish. Collected in Mexico. Freeman and Smith 1888

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1950.

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General physical description: AMs, 2L

Kiowa
  
Unidentified.
Kiowa text and word list
n.d. AMs, 6L.T2.1

Text and free translation; word list, Kiowa-English, 50 forms. Freeman and Smith 1889

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General physical description: AMs, 6L.

Koasati
  
Haas, Mary R., (Mary Rosamond), 1910-1996. Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967.
Alibamu-Koasati and Creek vocabulary and texts
1934 AMs, 1 notebook.G8b.1

1 page biographical and locational data. 575 Koasati forms with English equivalents. 2 texts with interlinear translation. Miscellany. Also mixed Chitimacha-French-English forms from Mrs. Sadie Dardin, p. 73. Freeman and Smith 1890

Provenance: Donor, Morris Swadesh, 1953.

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General physical description: AMs, 1 notebook.

Kutenai
  
Teit, James Alexander, 1864-1922.
Folkloristic tales from the Salish area
1900-1920 AMs, 19L.12

Recorded directly in English from Shuswap, Okanagon, and Kutenai Indians Freeman and Smith 1893

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General physical description: AMs, 19L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kutenai grammar
1914-1920? TMs and AMs, 242L.Ku.1

Grammatical sketch, list of forms, statements, kinship terms Freeman and Smith 1895 Cf. Boas (1918): 313-352.

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General physical description: TMs and AMs, 242L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kutenai texts with interlinear translations notebooks
1914 AMs, 11 notebooks.Ku.2

Freeman and Smith 1899 Printed (some texts), Boas (1918). Cf. No. 1900 for copies.

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General physical description: AMs, 11 notebooks.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kutenai texts, with interlinear translations and word lists
1914 AMs, 1 notebook.Ku.3

Linguistic notes and recopied versions of text from No. 1899 and No. 1901. Comparative table of contents prepared by John Yegerlehner (1959). Notes and kinship terms. Freeman and Smith 1900 Printed (most texts), Boas (1918).

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General physical description: AMs, 1 notebook.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kutenai lexicon
n.d.; 1918? AMs, ca. 2500 cards and slips.Ku.4

References to published texts and list in Boas (1918). A few cards are Chukchee, according to Morris Swadesh. Freeman and Smith 1896

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General physical description: AMs, ca. 2500 cards and slips.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kutenai lexicon
n.d.: ca. 1918? AMs, 2, 000 cards and slips.Ku.5

Lexicon refers to texts and lists in Boas (1918). Freeman and Smith 1897

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General physical description: AMs, 2, 000 cards and slips.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kutenai texts (with interlinear translation), word lists, and grammatical notes
1914-1927 AMs, 1 notebook of 281L.Ku.6

Material used by Boas in his publications (1918) and (1926), with references in latter to former. Freeman and Smith 1901

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General physical description: AMs, 1 notebook of 281L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kutenai word list
n.d.;1918? AMs, 39L.Ku.7

Kutenai-English vocabulary which is fuller than the list appearing in Boas (1918). Freeman and Smith 1902

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General physical description: AMs, 39L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Lexicon
n.d.; 1918? AMs, ca.300 slips.Ku.8

English-Kutenai lexical file. Orthography different from that employed by Boas in publications. Freeman and Smith 1903

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General physical description: AMs, ca.300 slips.

Chamberlain, Alexander F..
Dictionary of the Kootenay language
1891 AMs, 35L.Ku.9

Part H, Kootenay-English. Based on 1891 field work. "A" to "Agk." Freeman and Smith 1906

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General physical description: AMs, 35L.

Chamberlain, Alexander F..
Kutenai materials
n.d.; 1891? AMs and TMs, 262L., 4 slips. 6 notebooks.Ku.10

Kutenai lexicon, monograph on grammar, vocabulary, field notes on linguistics and physical anthropology. Upper and Lower Kutenai. Material on Chinook jargon and statements copied from Rev. Samuel Parker (1840). Images include photomechanical prints of weapons, dwellings, clothing. Freeman and Smith 1907

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General physical description: AMs and TMs, 262L., 4 slips. 6 notebooks.


Genre(s): Photomechanical prints

Post, John.
Abstracts from Kutenai grammar
nineteenth century; 1927? TMs, 13L.Ku.11

Prepared by Gladys Reichard for the American Council of Learned Societies. Includes a comparison of dialects from Dayton Creek, near Flathead Lake (Ksanka dialect), with those from Bonner's Ferry, Idaho (Akuklalgo dialect). Various Ksanka and Akuklalgo equivalents for English phrases appropriate to missionary work. Freeman and Smith 1910

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General physical description: TMs, 13L.

Garvin, Paul L..
Kutenai file-field notes
1947 AMS, 791 slipsKu.13

Slips for phrases from No. 1908, organized with references to informant and book in No. 1908 by initial, number of book, and page number. Freeman and Smith 1909

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General physical description: AMS, 791 slips

Garvin, Paul L..
Kutenai field notes, taken from various informants
1947 AMS, 66 notebooks.Ku.14

Phrases taken from Lower Kutenai at Bonner's Ferry, Idaho; Cranbrook, B.C.; Creston, B.C.; and Elmo, Montana. Interlinear translation of phrases. Used in No. 1909. Freeman and Smith 1908

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General physical description: AMS, 66 notebooks.

Canestrelli, Phillippo.
Grammar of the Kutenai language
1894 TMs (translation), 317L.Ku.15

Translation of Canestrelli (1894). Includes annotations by Franz Boas. Freeman and Smith 1904 Printed, Canestrelli (1926) with annotations by Boas.

Provenance: Donor, C. F. Voegelin, 1947.

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General physical description: TMs (translation), 317L.

Teit, James Alexander, 1864-1922.
Traditions and information regarding the Tonaxa
1913 AMs and TMs, 15p. 8L.Ku.16

Remarks on the Tonaxa language, words and phrases; data from several sources as to origins, habitat, and disappearance of the Tonaxa. TMs adapted from these notes. Freeman and Smith 1894 Printed version, Teit (1930b).

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General physical description: AMs and TMs, 15p. 8L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kutenai miscellaneous grammatical notes
n.d. AMs and TMs, 102p.Ku.17

An incomplete grammar, devoted principally to verb forms, nouns, and pronouns. A section on numerals is printed in Boas (1926). Freeman and Smith 1898 Cf. Canestrelli (1926) and Boas (1926).

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General physical description: AMs and TMs, 102p.

Kwakiutl (Kwakwaka'wakw)
  
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kwakiutl folklore and ethnography
1935 TMs Cy, 176p.14

Kwakiutl ethnography compiled by Boas from George Hunt MS. materials, with page references to Hunt materials and publications. Freeman and Smith 1918 Cf. No. 1917

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General physical description: TMs Cy, 176p.

Averkieva, Julie.
Kwakiutl autobiography
1930 TMs and AMs, 128L.20

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General physical description: TMs and AMs, 128L.


Subject(s): 'Namgis; Awa'etłala; Da'naxda'xw; Gusgimukw; Ha'xwamis; Koskimo; Kwagu'ł; Kwikwasutinuxw; Ma'amtagila; Mamalilikala

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Abstracts of Kwakiutl tales
n.d. TMs Cy, 172 l., 201 l.21

Abstracts of tales found in various Boas publications, with references to original in margin. Carbon and original have some pages not found in the other. Freeman and Smith 1913

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General physical description: TMs Cy, 172 l., 201 l.


Subject(s): 'Namgis; Gwasala; Kwagu'ł; Xuyalas

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kwakiutl ethnographic materials
1918-1926 TMs and AMs, 234L. 3 photos.28

Relates to gathering, preservation, and preparation of foods. TMs from Hunt MS. material, with marginal references to Hunt MS.; some Hunt MS. pages; music scores. Includes two letters of George Hunt to Boas, 1925-1926. Freeman and Smith 1915

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General physical description: TMs and AMs, 234L. 3 photos.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kwakiutl ethnographic notes
1918-1931 TMs and AMs, 341L.29

Continuation of material in No. 1915 suprcl. Typed transcripts from Hunt MS. Miscellaneous notes on linguistics, material culture, etc. Texts. Images include photographs of skull form, cyanotypes, pencil sketches of Bella Coola houses. Includes letter of George Hunt to Boas, 1931. Freeman and Smith 1916

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General physical description: TMs and AMs, 341L.


Genre(s): Cyanotypes; Gelatin silver prints; Sketches.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 . Hunt, George.
Kwakiutl ethnographic materials
1900-1931 TMs and AMs, 446L.31

Primarily consists of manuscripts by George Hunt on a wide range of topics, many in Kwak'wala with interlinear English, some English-only. Includes origin stories of the "Naxalkem" (Nuxalk?), "half Balbala" (Heiltsuk?), and GuLaiyaidox tribes; origin stories, histories, and notes on marriages of several Kwakwaka'wakw tribes; Kwak'wala vocabulary (with some comparisons of different dialects), names, and terminology for seeds, foods, birds, place names, and types of personal names among Kwagu'ł nEmemot; Heiltsuk (and possibly some Wuikinuxv) phrases and personal names; explanations of traditional foods and crafts; and background on carvings and other aspects of pole raised to Hunt's maternal grandmother at Kadukguka ("Tongass Village") that was later removed to Seattle. Also includes 9 letters from Hunt to Franz Boas: 1900, 1903, 1908, 1924, 1927, 1928, 1929 (2), and 1931. Materials in Boas's hand are notes, some used in prepareation for "The Kwakiutl of Vancouver Island," (Memoirs of the AMNH ; [v. 8, pt. 2], 1909.) Also includes material sent by Boas to Hunt for review and correction, primarily regarding Kwak'wala language terms and spelling. Table of contents available on request. (Corresponds to Freeman and Smith guide #1927)

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General physical description: TMs and AMs, 446L.

Other Descriptive Information: Folder 1 contains Nuxalk and Heiltsuk histories.


Genre(s): Maps.; Sketches.

Subject(s): 'Nak'waxda'xw; 'Namgis; Awa'etłala; Bella Coola Indians; Comox Indians; Da'naxda'xw; DEnaxdax; Dzawada'enuxw; Gusgimukw; Heiltsuk Indians; Koskimo; Kwagu'ł; Ma'amtagila; Nuxalk; Tlingit Indians

Hunt, George.
History of twenty coppers from Alert Bay
n.d. (1924?) TMs, 137p., 21pl.44

Comment of Edward Sapir, attached, states this is a transcript of "Growing-up-like-one-who-has-a-grandmother." Critical comment by J. D. Leechman. Images include photographs of coppers. Freeman and Smith 1932

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General physical description: TMs, 137p., 21pl.


Genre(s): Gelatin silver prints

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Remarks on masks and ceremonial objects of the Kwakiutl
circa 1900-1924 TMs with MS. emendations, 28L.58

An unpublished article of Boas which amplifies and corrects explanations of specimens illustrated in "The Social Organization and Secret Societies of the Kwakiutl Indians." References to figures and plates in that work. Boas provides information on ownership and more accurate information on use based on subsequent field trips. Includes letter from John Swanton to Boas, June 18, 1924. Freeman and Smith 1926 Cf. Boas (1897).

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General physical description: TMs with MS. emendations, 28L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 . Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939. Teit, James Alexander, 1864-1922.
Miscellaneous anthropological notes
n.d. AMs, 22L.73

Incomplete essay on Kwakiutl dances (Boas). Notes [Wakashan comparison], E. Sapir. Museum items listed by J. A. Teit. Description and sketch of cranium found in 1886 near Victoria, B.C. (prepared for World's Columbian Exposition) Includes photographs of Catawba, fragments of 16 mm film. Freeman and Smith 1928

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General physical description: AMs, 22L.


Genre(s): Gelatin silver prints; Sketches.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kwakiutl personal names
n.d. AMs, ca. 375 slips.W1a.1

75 Indian names with English translation; 100 untranslated. Freeman and Smith 1942

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General physical description: AMs, ca. 375 slips.

Unidentified.
Personal names
n.d. AMs, 20 cards.W1a.2

Apparently Kwakiutl; mostly untranslated. Freeman and Smith 1953

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General physical description: AMs, 20 cards.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 . Hunt, George.
Kwakiutl materials
circa 1895-1933 AMs and TMs, 1720L.W1a.3

Predominantly consists of manuscripts by George Hunt sent to Boas, generally in response to specific questions and research interests communicated by Boas. (See Franz Boas Papers, inventory (H), for letters between Boas and Hunt, many of which refer to materials sent below.) Includes the following: Handwritten and typewritten lists of portions of Hunt's manuscripts; manuscripts on dances, ceremonies, and speeches witnessed by Boas during the 1894 winter ceremonial at Fort Rupert; Kwak'wala word, phrase, and sentence lists, most entirely by Hunt, with some sent by Boas for review and correction by Hunt. Some word lists compare Kwagu'ł way of speaking with 'Nak'waxda'xw and Gusgimukw ways of speaking; plant names in Kwak'wala, English, and Latin, some with information on uses of the plants, names for stars, weather phenomena; traditional stories, including histories of several Kwakwaka'wakw tribes, nEmemot, and individual people; 13 letters from Hunt to Boas; explanations of traditional food gathering, hunting, trapping, food preparataion, traditional crafts, and related activities; Kwak'wala for different kinds of chiefs, ranks, positions, terms of relationship; hand-drawn maps of Fort Rupert in 1866 and 1919; explanations of rules for ceremonial obligations; explanation of a Tlingit copper; Extensive corrections, criticisms, and additions to "The Social Organization and Secret Socieities of the Kwakiutl Indians" (1897), most with reference to page numbers in the original publication; brief account of Nuu-chah-nulth ceremonies; songs of various kinds, most relating to winter dances. Full table of contents available on request.  (Corresponds to Freeman and Smith entry #1941)

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General physical description: AMs and TMs, 1720L.


Subject(s): 'Nak'waxda'xw; 'Namgis; Da'naxda'xw; DEnaxdax; Dzawada'enuxw; Gusgimukw; Heiltsuk Indians; Koskimo; Kwagu'ł; Kwikwasutinuxw; Ma'amtagila; Mamalilikala; Nuu-chah-nulth; Oowekeeno Indians; Tlingit Indians; Tłatłasikwala; Wuikinuxv; Ławit'sis

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kwakiutl music and songtexts
n.d. AMs, 1 notebook. 12pW1a.4

Contains music with and without text. Freeman and Smith 1919

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General physical description: AMs, 1 notebook. 12p

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kwakiutl personal names
n.d. AMs, 184 slips.W1a.5

File of names classified by stems and some by suffixes. Freeman and Smith 1943

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General physical description: AMs, 184 slips.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kwakiutl social organization
n.d. AMs, 193 cards.W1a.7

Each card lists names, tribe, phratry, position, kinship, social potlatch relation. Freeman and Smith 1920

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General physical description: AMs, 193 cards.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kwakiutl songs
1922-1930 AMs and TMs, 572L.W1a.8

MS. song texts with 80p. typescript and carbon. Musical scores, transcribed by Kolinski. References to recordings. Freeman and Smith 1921

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General physical description: AMs and TMs, 572L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kwakiutl texts
1893-1897 AMs, 1 notebook, ca. 110p.W1a.9

Contains texts, including some song texts with interlinear translation and notes on vocabularies; list of phonograph cylinders and list of items which have been published. See Boas (1935):238-240; 221-225. Derived from Hunt MS., but rewritten by dictation to Boas (in notebook). Freeman and Smith 1945 rinted, Boas (1897):665-686.

Alternate formats available: Microfilmed as: Film 372.1, reel 50

General physical description: AMs, 1 notebook, ca. 110p.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kwakiutl texts
1894-1895 AMs, 7 notebooks.W1a.10

Contains texts with some interlinear translations. A few brief Haida texts. A few songs with 1 sheet of musical scores and texts. Some shorthand notes Freeman and Smith 1946

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General physical description: AMs, 7 notebooks.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Maps of Vancouver Island, with Kwakiutl place names
1934? Maps, 5 itemsW1a.11

MS. map (or tracing) of Map 21, Garden Beds of the Nimkish in Boas (1934). 4 printed maps of Vancouver Island with MS. additions showing place names of Kwakiutl and Comox. Freeman and Smith 1924

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General physical description: Maps, 5 items

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Personal names in Kwakiutl
1925- ? AMs and TMS, part Cy, 328L.W1a.12

List, alphabetized by Kwakiutl, of names of persons, names of tribes, names of places. Source: Boas (1895), (1925a), (1921), and Boas and Hunt (1905), and various manuscripts. Freeman and Smith 1949

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General physical description: AMs and TMS, part Cy, 328L.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 .
Kwakiutl and Koskimo notes
n.d. AMs, 75L.W1a.13

English text written by a native Koskimo with continuation by Boas. Boas' shorthand notes on backs of pages. Freeman and Smith 1914

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