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MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Anonymous
Dates:
Circa 1771
Abstract:  

A handwritten French-Ottawa dictionary compiled by an unknown author, circa 1771. Entries run A thorugh "Epée" only.
Call #:  
Mss.497.33.D564
Extent:
1 Volumes



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Matthews, Maureen Anne, 1949-
Dates:
1993
Abstract:  

Transcript of show "Ideas," copyright by the Canadian Broadcast Corp. Describes the drum ceremony created by Fairwind for the Ojibwa and A. Irving Hallowell's work on Fairwind's drum. See also Recording 179.
Call #:  
Mss.970.3.M43f
Extent:
1 Volumes



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Aitken, Larry
Dates:
1980-1990
Abstract:  

This collection consists of audio recordings of Larry Aitken (Bezhigoogahbow), a distinguished Ojibwe elder, teacher, and traditional knowledge keeper of Leech Lake, Minnesota. The recordings include numerous public speeches, classroom lectures and discussions, and interviews on Anishinaabe spiritual teachings, health, psychology, cultural strength, history, and language. A number of recordings were made with Aitken's teacher, Jim Jackson, a medicine man and traditional knowledge keeper with whom Aitken worked for 17 years.
Call #:  
Mss.Rec.288
Extent:
27 audiocassettes



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Jackson, Deborah Davis
Dates:
1996
Abstract:  

Recordings made in Hessel, Michigan from August to October of 1996, collected by Deborah Davis Jackson. Tapes 1-7 consists of elicitations of Ojibwe words and phrases. Tape 8 contains a life-historical interview with a brother and sister. Recording sessions were conducted by Ted Holappa, with consultant speakers who were given pseudonyms for the recordings.
Call #:  
Mss.Rec.263
Extent:
8 reel(s)



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creators:
Kawbawgam, Charles | Kawbawgam, Charlotte | Kidder, Homer H. (Homer Huntington), 1874-1950 | LePique, Jacques
Dates:
1893-1895
Abstract:  

These stories were related by Charles and Charlotte Kobawgam and Jacques Lapique. The stories were told in Ojibwe and translated by LePique, with Kidder writing them down. Table of contents; appendix of materials from printed sources; approximately 60 tales recorded from elder Ojibwe speakers of Sault Ste. Marie with aid of a "half-breed" interpreter. With notes by H. H. Kidder. Similar to tales of Schoolcraft and James A. Jones. With this was letter from Homer to Kidder, Aug. 12, 1898. Copied and rearranged in 1918. The title of this material reflects the title given by H. H. Kidder.
Call #:  
Mss.398.2.K534
Extent:
1 Volumes



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
unknown
Dates:
1822
Abstract:  

This volume contains Ojibwa-English vocabulary, Ho-chunk numerals, family genealogical data, and miscellaneous notes, kept by Kelso at Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Call #:  
Mss.497.3.K295
Extent:
1 Volumes



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Morgan, Lewis Henry, 1818-1881
Dates:
1845-1876
Abstract:  

The journal includes notes on travels to New York and Michigan, conversations, and Indian councils. Also included is a record of letters received from Indians. Table of contents.
Call #:  
Mss.Film.582
Extent:
2 microfilm_reel(s)



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Heckewelder, John Gottlieb Ernestus, 1743-1823
Dates:
1793
Abstract:  

This is a journal of travels among the Indians to a conference in Detroit. Includes a list of the names of different Indian nations in North America, their locations, and number of fighting men. Also contains miscellaneous materials: a letter from Heckewelder to Mordecai Churchman, October 5, 1819; engraving of Heckewelder; letter of Maria Heckewelder to Matthew S. Henry requesting him to relinquish the volume and some Heckewelder letters.
Call #:  
Mss.Film.805.1
Extent:
1 microfilm_reel(s)



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Kurath, Gertrude Prokosch
Dates:
1955
Abstract:  

The draft of an unpublished book, lacking chapter VI, Ottawa feasts. Attempts, by detailed analysis and description of present-day customs in historical perspective, to evaluate powwows, feasts, and camp meetings in Ottawa culture. 12 chapters give brief history, biographies, and locations; describe festivals and dances in detail; analyze native songs (scores); describe a Chippewa Methodist camp meeting and hymns, with analysis of hymn texts and tunes. Presents Ottawa "superstitions" (bear walking, medicines, herbs), 42 Ottawa stories (see Jane Willets, Ottawa material, Mss.Rec.1), material on natural-history usage. Attempts to reconstruct function of ritual, with historical references. Later published as The art of tradition: Sacred music, dance, and myth of Michigan's Anishinaabe (Michigan State University Press, 2009).
Call #:  
Mss.497.3.K965a
Extent:
1 Volumes



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Rogers, Robert, 1731-1795
Dates:
1767
Abstract:  

A New Hampshireman and one of the most famous military figures in colonial America, Robert Rogers saw brief service in the militia during King George's War, but found fame as a commander of rangers during the Seven Years War. An efficient leader and crack woodsman, Rogers gained a hard driving reputation in leading his rangers against the Abnaki Indians at St. Francis Quebec, and for service at Quebec, Montreal, Fort Pitt, and Detroit. After voyaging to England in 1765 to advance his career, he was appointed to the command of Fort Michilimackinac at the tip of the southern peninsula of Michigan, but was recalled less than two years later for impropriety and suspected treason. He later offered his services to George Washington before serving in the Loyalist Queen's Rangers. As Commander of Fort Michilimackinac from 1766-1768, Rogers sat at the critical nexus of the British fur trade, the point connecting the vast interior of the western Great Lakes and northern plains to the trading centers at Montreal and elsewhere in the east. His "Estimate of the Fur and Peltry Trade in the District of Michilimackinac, according to the bounds and limits, assign'd to it by the French, when under their government: together with an account of the situation and names of the several out-posts" is, as the title suggests, an overview of this most important area of economic activity. Rogers gave this manuscript to Jonathan Carver (the man he has sent on an expedition to find the Northwest Passage), who relayed it to Thomas Barton of Lancaster, Pa., who, in turn, sent it to the American Philosophical Society. It was received at the APS and referred to the Committee on Trade and Commerce on December 20, 1768.
Call #:  
Mss.970.1.R63
Extent:
1 Volumes



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
unknown
Dates:
1787-1862
Abstract:  

In this dissertation Berkhofer compares and contrasts the differing missionary activities of Quakers, Moravians, Congregationalists, Presbyterians, Baptists, and Methodists, to reactions among the Oneida, Seneca, Cherokee, Choctaw, Ojibwa, Sioux, Ottawa, and Nez Percé Indians.
Call #:  
Mss.Film.1157
Extent:
1 microfilm_reel(s)



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
United Church Board for World Ministries.
Dates:
1817-1883
Abstract:  

These papers include letters, reports, accounts, and memoranda relating to the work of the American Board of Home Missions among the Abnaki, Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, Dakota, Mackinaw, Maumee, Mayhaw, Ojibwa, Osage, Pawnee, Penobscot, Sioux, and Stockbridge Indians of Arkansas, New York, and Oregon.
Call #:  
Mss.Film.1223
Extent:
64 microfilm_reel(s)



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Jones, William, 1871-1909
Dates:
1903-1905
Abstract:  

The collection includes material relating to government, history, festivals, customs, games, etc. of the Ojibwe people. Also includes comments on the language; vocabulary, some items with English glosses; lists of bands and locations; and photographs of people, activities, dwellings, canoes, etc.
Call #:  
Mss.497.3.J71
Extent:
1 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Crawford, James Mack, 1925-1989
Dates:
1906-1988
Abstract:  

James M. Crawford was a linguist who mainly studied Native American languages, including Cocopa, Yuchi, and Mobilian trade language. He came to the field of linguistics halfway through his lifetime after pursuing a career in forestry in the West and Southwest. After receiving his PhD in 1966 from the University of California at Berkeley, he returned to his birthplace, Georgia, where he taught in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Georgia at Athens. The collection is organized into seven series: I. Correspondence, 1964-1986; II. Subject Files, 1949-1987; III. Works by Crawford, 1962-1986; IV. Research NOtes & Notebooks, 1906-1988; V. Card Files, 1960s-1980s; VI. Course Material, 1961-1986; VII. Photographs, 1963-1978.
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.66
Extent:
69 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Siebert, Frank T. (Frank Thomas), 1912-1998
Dates:
1929-1998
Abstract:  

Frank Siebert (1913-1998) is one of the key contributors to the field of Algonquian linguistics. While he did not pursue a degree in linguistics or anthropology, he independently acquired the skills and knowledge of a professional scholar. His work on Penobscot is some of the best and most comprehensive in existence. The Siebert Papers document the interest and work of Frank Siebert in the linguistics of the Algonquian family of languages, particularly Penobscot. The collection includes correspondence, research notes, drafts and published manuscripts by Siebert, as well as secondary sources consulted by Siebert. To a lesser extent, it contains material that documents Siebert's personal life, his interest in book collecting and his career as a physician.
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.97
Extent:
41 Linear feet



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