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BOOK

Title:  
Beginnings of West Tennessee: in the land of the Chickasaws, 1541-1841
Creator:
Williams, Samuel Cole, 1864-1947
Publication:
The Watauga Press 1930.
Notes:  
Bibliography: p. 307-313.
Call #:  
976.8 W67B
Extent:
xii p., 2 l., 3-331 p. : front., maps (part double) facsim. ; 24 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
The Chickasaws
Creator:
Gibson, Arrell Morgan.
Publication:
University of Oklahoma Press [1971]
Notes:  
Includes index. Bibliography: p. 279-297.
Call #:  
970.3 G35C
Extent:
xv, 312 p. : ill., maps, ports. ; 24 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
Index to the final rolls of citizens and freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian territory
Creators:
United States Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes. | Eric Chaim Kline Books
Publication:
Government Printing Office] [1907?]
Notes:  
Compiled and printed under authority conferred by the act of Congress approved June 21, 1906 (34 stat. L. 325). Choctaws by blood -- New born Choctaws by blood -- Minor Choctaw citizens by blood -- Choctaw citizens by marriage -- Choctaw freedmen -- Minor Choctaw freedmen -- Mississippi Choctaws -- New born Mississippi Choctaws -- Minor Mississippi Choctaws -- Chickasaws by blood -- New born Chicasaws by blood -- Minor Chickasaws by blood -- Chickasaws by marriage -- Chickasaw freedmen -- Cherokees by blood -- Minor Cherokees by blood -- Delaware Cherokees -- Cherokees by intermarriage -- Cherokee freedmen -- Minor Cherokee freedmen -- Creeks by blood -- New born Creeks by blood -- Minor Creeks by blood -- Creek freedmen -- New born Creek freedmen -- Minor Creek freedmen -- Seminoles by blood -- Seminole freedmen -- Minor Seminoles by blood -- Seminole freedmen.
Call #:  
970.1 C73i
Extent:
634 pages ; 24 cm



BOOK

Title:  
Leaders and leading men of the Indian Territory: With interesting biographical sketches. I. Choctaws and Chickasaws; with a brief history of each tribe, its laws, customs, superstitions and religious beliefs
Creator:
O'Beirne, Harry F.
Publication:
American Publishers' Association 1891.
Notes:  
No more published?
Call #:  
970.1 OB2L
Extent:
ii, iv, [17]-318, [1], vi p. : ill., facsims., ports. ; 23 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
History of the Choctaw, Chickasaw and Natchez Indians
Creator:
Cushman, H. B. (Horatio Bardwell), b. 1822
Publication:
Headlight 1899.
Call #:  
970.3 C95
Extent:
607 p. : port. ; 23 cm.



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
unknown
Dates:
1747-1948
Abstract:  

A listing of miscellaneous manuscript maps that are not associated with any particular collections.
Call #:  
Misc.Maps
Extent:
100 items



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

Creators:
Paulmier, Charles Francois Adr | Wilson, James P.(James Patriot
Dates:
Circa 1803
Abstract:  

This item is a detailed description of the geography, population, natural resources, and agriculture of the Ouachita River area of the Louisiana Territory. Describes mounds; mentions Cataoulou Indians; also gives figures as to numbers of white and Indian hunters. These pages are a record of travel on a road built between Choctaw and Chickasaw country, with comments on the condition of Indian-white relations, the increase in white population, and Wilson's stay, at Muscle Shoals, with Cherokee chiefs Doublehead and Skiowska. Wilson finds the Indians have good farms, furnishings, fences, and stock, and one Indian runs an inn.
Call #:  
Mss.917.6.Ex7
Extent:
1 Volumes



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creators:
Dunbar, William, 1749-1810 | Pike, Zebulon Montgomery, 1779-1813
Dates:
1804-1806
Abstract:  

This collection includes three journals bound into one volume: two by Willima Dunbar and one by Zebulon Pike. Both manuscripts by William Dunbar document the expedition up the Red and Ouachita Rivers to the Hot Springs of Arkansas in 1804-1805. The "Journal... to the Mouth of the Red River" (200p.) is the fullest available record of the activities of the expedition from the time of their departure from St. Catharine's Landing on October 16, 1804, until their return to Natchez, Miss., on January 26, 1805. The "Journal of a geometrical survey" includes a record of course and distances as well as a thermometrical log and other brief notes. The two are bound together in a volume with Zebulon Montgomery Pike's journal of a voyage to the source of the Mississippi, 1805-1806. The Pike journal documents the expedition to explore the geography of the Mississippi River led by Lt. Zebulon Montgomery Pike in 1805-1806, and his attempts to purchase sites from the Dakota Indians for future military posts, and to bring influential chiefs back to St. Louis for talks. Less a literary masterpiece than a straightforward record in terse military prose, the journal provides a day by day account of the journey and the activities of Pike and his small contingent during this early exploration of present day Minnesota. It was printed with variations and omissions in An Account of Expeditions to the Sources of the Mississippi and through the Western Parts of Louisiana... (Philadelphia, 1810), and was edited in Donald Jackson, ed., The Journals of Zebulon Pike: with Letters and Related Documents (Norman, Okla., 1966).
Call #:  
Mss.917.7.D91
Extent:
0.1 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Hunter, George, 1755-1824
Dates:
1796-1809
Abstract:  

Though less well known than their peers Lewis and Clark, William Dunbar and George Hunter played an important role in the early scientific exploration of the Louisiana Purchase. While the original goal of organizing a southern counterpart to the Corps of Discovery proved overly ambitious, Dunbar and Hunter provided important geographic information for future explorations and gave the first scientific description of the Hot Springs of Arkansas and Ouachita Mountains. The four surviving journals of George Hunter provide engaging accounts of travel in the Ohio and Mississippi Valley in 1796, 1802, and 1809, and include the most interesting record of the expedition to the Hot Springs of Arkansas in 1804-1805, complete with his detailed notes on natural history and meteorology. The volumes also contain various references to relations with the Delaware, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Cherokee, and Osage Indians. The APS owns a contemporary copy of Hunter's journal ("Journal up the Red and Washita Rivers with William Dunbar"; Mss.917.6.Ex7), from which extracts were printed in Thomas Jefferson, Message... Communicating Discoveries Made in Exploring the Missouri (New York, 1806), and which is described by Isaac J. Cox, "An Early Explorer of the Louisiana Purchase," APS Library Bulletin 1946: 73. The journals were edited by John F. McDermott and published in APS Transactions 53 (1963).
Call #:  
Mss.B.H912
Extent:
0.25 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942
Dates:
1862-1942
Abstract:  

This is part of the large inventory for the Franz Boas Papers (Mss B B61). For complete information concerning this collection, please view the Collection Description .
Call #:  
Mss.B.B61.inventory12
Extent:
1 section
Subjects:  

Acoma Indians | Alabama Indians | Algonquian languages | Archaeology | Atakapa language | Athabaskan languages | Athapascan Indians | Athapascan languages | Avoyel Indians | Bannock Indians | Bella Coola Indians | Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 | Caddoan languages | Cahuilla Indians | Catawba Indians | Chickasaw Indians | Chinook jargon | Chinookan languages | Chitimacha language | Choctaw Indians | Chukchi | Clatsop Indians | Coahuiltecan Indians | Comanche Indians | Comecrudo language | Cotoname language | Creek Indians | Crow Indians | Dakota Indians | Delaware Indians | Dhegiha language | Fox Indians | Galice language | Gitksan Indians | Great Basin Indians | Haida Indians | Haida language | Hitchiti language | Hokan-Coahuiltecan languages | Hupa Indians | Hupa language | Indians of North America -- California | Inuit | Isleta Indians | Kalapuya language | Karankawa Indians | Karok language | Karuk language | Kathlamet language | Kitsai language | Klamath Indians | Koasati Indians | Koasati language | Kwakiutl Indians | Kwakwaka'wakw | Kwalhioqua-Clatskanie language | Lakota Indians | Lakota language | Lillooet language | Lipan Apache language | Mandan Indians | Meskwaki language | Mikasuki Indians | Mohegan language | Muskogean languages | Natchez Indians | Natchez language | Navajo Indians | Niska Indians | Nootka Indians | Northern Paiute Indians -- Folklore | Nuu-chah-nulth | Ofo language | Ojibwa Indians | Ojibwe people | Omaha Indians | Osage Indians | Paiute language | Pakawan languages | Pascagoula Indians | Pawnee Indians | Penutian languages | Peyotism | Pomo language | Ponca Indians | Quapaw language | Quiché language | Quileute Indians | Quinault Indians | Salish Indians | Salishan languages | Serrano Indians | Shahaptian languages | Shasta language | Siouan languages | Sound recordings | Taensa Indians | Takelma language | Timucua Indians | Tlakluit language | Tlingit Indians | Tonkawa Indians | Tonkawa language | Tsimshian Indians | Tunica Indians | Tunica language | Tutelo language | Ute Indians | Wakashan language | Wasco language | Wichita language | Winnebago Indians | Wishram language | Yakama language | Yana language | Yaqui Indians | Yavapai Indians | Yuchi Indians | Yuchi language



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
Haas, Mary R., (Mary Rosamond), 1910-1996
Dates:
Circa 1910-1996
Abstract:  

The Mary Rosamond Haas papers are extensive, including correspondence, research notes, field notes, texts, lexical slip files, audio recordings, photographs, reprints and more, covering more than 100 languages of North America and Southeast Asia. Of particular value are notes and audio recordings from fieldwork from the 1930s on Ditidaht, Tunica, Natchez and Muscogee, work toward pedagogical materials for Thai, and groundbreaking comparative studies of several language families of North America.
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.94
Extent:
95 Linear feet
Subjects:  

Abenaki language | Achumawi language | Alabama language | Algonquian languages | Anthropological linguistics -- America. | Anthropology | Apalachee language | Arapaho language | Atakapa language | Atayal language | Athapascan languages | Atikamekw language | Aymara language | Baptists -- Oklahoma | Beothuk language | Berkeley (Calif.) | Biloxi language | Blackfoot language | Brighton Reservation (Fla.) | Burmese language | Cahuilla language | California | Catawba language | Central Yupik language | Chehalis language | Cherokee Indians | Cherokee language | Chevak Cup'ik language | Cheyenne language | Chickasaw Indians | Chickasaw language | Chief Peter | Chimariko language | Chipewyan language | Chitimacha language | Choctaw Indians | Choctaw language | Cocopa language | Comanche language | Comecrudo language | Correspondence. | Cree language | Creek Indians | Creek Indians -- Oklahoma -- Religion | Creek language | Crow language | Dakota language | Dane-zaa language | Deg Xitan language | Del Norte County (Calif.) | Delaware language | Dictionaries. | Ditidaht Indians | Ditidaht language | Ethnographic texts | Ethnography | Ethnomusicology | Eyak language | Fiddle tunes | Gelatin silver prints | Gore (Okla.) | Gwich'in language | Haas, Mary R., (Mary Rosamond), 1910-1996 | Halkomelem language | Harjo, Alice | Harrington, John Peabody | Hidatsa language | Highland Chontal language | Hill, James | Hitchiti language | Hollywood Indian Reservation (Fla.) | Hoopa (Calif.) | Huave language | Hunting songs | Hupa Indians -- Folklore | Hupa Indians -- Medicine | Hupa Indians -- Music | Hupa Indians -- Religion | Hupa Indians -- Social life and customs | Hupa language | Hymns | Illinois language | Incas. | Indians of North America -- British Columbia | Indians of North America -- Oklahoma | Indians of North America -- Oklahoma -- Languages | Kalapuya language | Karankawa language | Karok language | Karuk language | Kickapoo language | Kiliwa language | Kiowa Apache language | Klamath language | Koasati Indians | Koasati language | Konawa (Okla.) | Kumeyaay language | Kuna language | Kutenai language | Kwakiutl Indians | Lakota language | Language and languages | Latin language | Lectures. | Linguistic texts | Linguistics. | Love songs | Luiseno language | Lullabies | Lushootseed | Maidu language | Makah language | Maps. | Maya Indians | Menominee language | Miami language (Ind. and Okla.) | Michif language | Micmac language | Mikasuki language | Miwok language | Mobilian trade language | Molala language | Munsee language | Muskogean languages | Muskogee Indians -- Folklore | Muskogee language | Natchez Indians | Natchez Indians -- Folklore | Natchez Indians -- Music | Natchez Indians -- Rites and ceremonies | Natchez language | Navajo language | Nitinat language | Nootka Indians | Nootka language | Northern Paiute language | Northwest Coast Indians | Nuu-chah-nulth | Nuu-chah-nulth language | Ofo language | Ojibwa language | Oklahoma | Oneida language | Orleans (Calif.) | Osage language | Paiute language | Patwin language | Pawnee language | Penobscot language | Photographs | Photographs. | Photomechanical prints | Plains Indians | Pomo language | Potawatomi language | Pueblo Indians | Quapaw language | Quechua language | Quileute language | Research notes. | Rumsen language | S'gaw Karen language | Salinan language | Salishan languages | Sarsi language | Seminole Indians | Seminole Indians -- History | Seminole Indians -- Music | Seminole Indians -- Oklahoma -- Religion | Seminole Indians -- Politics and government | Seminole Indians -- Social life and customs | Seminole language | Shasta language | Shawnee language | Siouan languages | Siouan languages -- Mutual intelligibility | Slavic languages | Sound recordings | Spanish language | Sulphur, Alex | Sulphur, Fannie | Takelma language | Tanana language | Taos language | Thai language | Timucua language | Tlingit language | Tol language | Tonkawa language | Tunica Indians | Tunica language | Tutelo language | United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities. | Upper Tanana language -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc. | Uto-Aztecan languages | Vietnamese language | Wappo language | Watergate Affair, 1972-1974 | Western Apache language | Winnebago language | Wintu language | Wintun languages | Wiyot language | Wiyot-Yorok | Yana language | Yokuts language | Youchigant, Sesostrie | Yuchi language | Yuki language | Yurok Indians -- Folklore | Yurok Indians -- Music | Yurok language | Zuni language



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Creator:
American Philosophical Society
Dates:
1605-2017
Abstract:  

The Phillips Fund Collection consists of materials submitted to the APS by recipients of grants from its Phillips Fund for Native American Research. The materials vary in scope, ranging from linguistics to ethnography, musicology, religion, ethnobotany, and ethnohistory, and including studies of Indigenous peoples of Canada, the United States, and Mexico. Materials in this collection include brief project reports, dissertations, published and unpublished manuscripts, dictionaries and vocabularies, field notes, and audiovisual materials.
Call #:  
Mss.497.3.Am4
Extent:
30 Linear feet
Subjects:  

Aaniiih (language) | Acjachemen Nation | Acoma dialect | Acoma language | African Americans | Akimel O'odham language | Alabama Indians | Alabama Indians -- History | Alaska -- History | Aleut language | Aleuts | Aleuts -- History | Algonquian Indians | Algonquian Indians -- Social life and customs | Algonquian languages | Algonquin language | Anishinaabe | Anthropology -- History | Anthropology -- United States -- History. | Apache Indians | Apache Indians -- Music | Arapaho Indians | Arapaho Indians -- Music | Arapaho Indians -- Wyoming | Arapaho dance | Arapaho language | Arapaho language -- Verbs | Archaeology -- Greenland | Archaeology -- Pennsylvania | Arikara Indians | Assiniboine Indians | Assiniboine Indians -- Folklore | Assiniboine Indians -- History | Assiniboine Indians -- Religion | Assiniboine Indians -- Social life and customs | Assiniboine dialect | Athapascan Indians | Athapascan languages | Aymara language | Bibliography | Blackfoot Indians | Blackfoot language | Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 | Caddo Indians | Caddo Indians -- Religion | Caddo language | Cahuilla Indians | Cahuilla language | Carrier language | Catholic Church -- History | Cauqui language | Cayuga Indians | Cayuga Indians -- Politics | Cayuga Indians -- Rites and ceremonies | Cayuga language | Central Yupik language | Cherokee (N.C.) | Cherokee Indians | Cherokee Indians -- Education | Cherokee Indians -- Games | Cherokee Indians -- Government relations | Cherokee Indians -- History | Cherokee Indians -- Land tenure | Cherokee Indians -- Medicine | Cherokee Indians -- Music | Cherokee Indians -- Religion | Cherokee Indians -- Social life and customs | Cherokee language | Cherokee language -- Alphabet | Cherokee language -- Phonology | Cherokee language -- Syntax | Cheslatta Carrier Nation Cheslatta T'En | Chevak Cup'ik language | Cheyenne Indians | Cheyenne Indians -- Folklore | Cheyenne Indians -- History | Cheyenne Indians -- Religion | Cheyenne Indians -- Social life and customs | Cheyenne dance | Cheyenne language | Chiapas (Mexico) | Chiapas (Mexico) -- History | Chiapas (Mexico) History Tzeltal Revolt, 1712 | Chickasaw Indians | Chickasaw language | Chicomuceltec language | Chilcotin language | Chinookan languages | Chippewa Indians | Chippewa Indians -- History | Chiwere language | Choctaw Indians | Choctaw Indians -- History | Choctaw Indians -- Mississippi | Choctaw Indians -- Politics and government | Choctaw Indians -- Social life and customs | Choctaw language | Chontal Indians | Chontal Indians -- Folklore | Chontal language | Chontal language -- Texts | Christianity | Cochiti dialect | Coeur d'Alene Indians | Coeur d'Alene language | Colorado River Numic language | Columbia-Wenatchi language | Colville Indian Reservation (Wash.) | Colville Indians | Colville Lake (N.W.T.) | Colville dialect | Comanche Indians | Comanche dance | Comox Indians | Comox language | Contact sheets | Coquille Indians | Cora language | Coyote -- Folklore | Cree Indians | Cree Indians -- History | Cree language | Creek Indians | Creek Indians -- Education | Creek Indians -- Government relations | Creek Indians -- History | Creek Indians -- Oklahoma -- Religion | Creek Indians -- Politics and government | Creek language | Crow Indians | Cup'ig dialect | Curaçao | Curaçao -- Social life and customs | Dakota Indians | Dakota Indians -- History | Dakota Indians -- Music | Dakota language | Dance -- Anthropological aspects -- United States | Dance -- Societies, etc. | Dane-zaa language | Deg Hit'an Indians | Delaware Indians | Delaware Indians -- History | Delaware Indians -- Music | Delaware Indians -- Religion | Delaware dance | Delaware language | Diabetes | Diegueño language | Diseases | Ditidaht Indians | Dogrib Indians | Eskimos -- Greenland -- Social life and customs | Ethnobotany | Ethnozoology | Field notes. | Fort Good Hope (N.W.T.) | Fox Indians | Fox language | Fur trade | Fur trade -- United States. | Gelatin silver prints | Gender | Ghost dance | Gielow, Donald L. | Gitksan language | Golden Hill Paugussett Indian Nation | Great Britain -- Colonies | Great Britain -- Colonies -- Administration. | Great Britain -- Colonies -- America | Greenland -- Description and travel. | Greenland -- Languages | Gros Ventre Indians | Gwenhoot Indians | Gwich'in Indians | Gwich'in Indians -- History | Haida Indians | Haida Indians -- Biography | Haida language | Haisla Indians | Haisla language | Halkomelem language | Han language | Hare Indians | Haudenosaunee | Havasupai Indians -- Music | Havasupai–Hualapai language | Hawaiians | Hawaiians -- Dance | Health. | Heiltsuk Indians | Heiltsuk Indians -- History | Heiltsuk language | Hiaki language | Hidatsa Indians | Hidatsa Indians -- History | Hidatsa language | Highland Chontal language | Hopi Indians | Hopi Indians -- Domestic life | Hopi Indians -- Ethnoanatomy | Hopi Indians -- Folklore | Hopi Indians -- Food | Hopi Indians -- History | Hopi Indians -- Material culture | Hopi Indians -- Music | Hopi Indians -- Religion | Hopi Indians -- Rites and ceremonies | Hopi Indians -- Social life and customs | Hopi dance | Hopi language | Hopi pottery | Hualapai language | Hualapai language -- Study and teaching | Huichol language | Hupa language | Hymns, Nez Percé | Indian Shaker Church | Indian art -- North America | Indian art -- United States | Indian dance -- Michigan | Indians of Mexico | Indians of Mexico -- Chiapas | Indians of Mexico -- Mexico -- Chiapas | Indians of Mexico -- Mexico -- Chiapas -- Religion | Indians of Mexico -- Oaxaca | Indians of Mexico -- Religion | Indians of North America | Indians of North America -- Alaska | Indians of North America -- Arizona | Indians of North America -- Arkansas | Indians of North America -- California | Indians of North America -- California -- History | Indians of North America -- Canada | Indians of North America -- Canada, Northern -- Social life and customs | Indians of North America -- Canada. | Indians of North America -- Clothing & dress | Indians of North America -- Connecticut | Indians of North America -- Dance | Indians of North America -- Education | Indians of North America -- Government relations | Indians of North America -- Great Lakes (North America) | Indians of North America -- Legal status, laws, etc. | Indians of North America -- Manitoba -- Languages | Indians of North America -- Massachusetts | Indians of North America -- Michigan | Indians of North America -- Migrations | Indians of North America -- Minnesota | Indians of North America -- Missions | Indians of North America -- Montana | Indians of North America -- Music | Indians of North America -- New England | Indians of North America -- New York (State) | Indians of North America -- Northwest Coast | Indians of North America -- Northwest Territories -- Languages | Indians of North America -- Nunavut -- Languages | Indians of North America -- Oklahoma | Indians of North America -- Oklahoma -- Dance | Indians of North America -- Oklahoma -- Music | Indians of North America -- Pennsylvania | Indians of North America -- Photographs | Indians of North America -- Photographs. | Indians of North America -- Religion | Indians of North America -- Saskatchewan | Indians of North America -- South Carolina | Indians of North America -- South Dakota | Indians of North America -- Southeastern States | Indians of North America -- Wars -- 1750-1815 | Indians of North America -- Wisconsin | Indians of South America -- Andes Region | Indians of the West Indies -- Antilles, Lesser | Indigenous peoples -- British Columbia. | Influenza | Inuit | Inuit -- Greenland | Inuit languages | Inuktitut language | Inupiaq language | Inupiat -- Alaska -- Social life and customs | Iowa Indians | Iowa language | Iroquoian Indians | Iroquoian Indians -- Religion | Iroquoian languages | Iroquois Indians | Iroquois Indians -- History | Iroquois Indians -- History -- 17th century | Iroquois Indians -- History -- 18th century | Iroquois Indians -- Politics and government | Iroquois Indians -- Religion | Iroquois Indians -- Rites and ceremonies | Iroquois Indians -- Social life and customs | Iroquois Indians -- Virginia | Jaqaru language | Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826 -- Manuscripts | Jemez language | Jicarilla language | Karok language | Karuk language | Kawchottine Indians | Kawchottine Indians -- Fishing | Kawchottine Indians -- Hunting | Kawchottine Indians -- Social life and customs | Kawchottine language | Kawki language | Keres language | Kickapoo Indians | Kickapoo language | Kiowa Apache Indians -- Social life and customs | Kiowa Apache dance | Kiowa Indians | Kiowa Indians -- Religion | Kiowa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies | Kiowa Indians -- Social life and customs | Kiowa dance | Kiskht language | Klamath Indians | Koasati Indians | Koasati Indians -- History | Koasati language | Kootenai language | Koyukon people | Kumeyaay Indians | Kumeyaay language | Kumiai Indians -- Social life and customs | Kumiai language | Kutenai language | Kwakiutl Indians | Kwakiutl language | Kwakwaka'wakw | Lacandon Indians | Laguna dialect | Lakota Indians | Lakota Indians -- Ethnic identity | Lakota Indians -- Government relations | Lakota Indians -- History | Lakota Indians -- Music | Lakota Indians -- Politics and government | Lakota dialect | Lakota language | Lillooet language | Little Bog Horn, Battle of, 1876 | Luiseño -- Medicine | Luiseño people | Mackenzie River Delta (N.W.T.) | Mahican Indians | Maidu Indians | Makah Indians | Malecite language | Maliseet–Passamaquoddy language | Mam language | Mandan Indians | Mandan Indians -- History | Mandan language | Massachusett language | Massachusetts | Matlatzinca language | Mattina, Nancy | Maya Indians | Mayan languages | Mayan languages -- Writing | Mayas -- Guatemala | Mazatec language | Menominee Indians | Menominee language | Mescalero language | Meskwaki language | Mexico -- Description and travel | Mexico -- Languages | Miami Indians | Miami art | Michif language | Micmac Indians | Micmac Indians -- Ceremonies | Micmac language | Migration, Internal -- United States -- History -- 18th century | Migration, Internal -- United States -- History -- 19th century | Mikasuki Indians | Mikasuki language | Mission Indian Federation | Missionaries -- North America. | Missouri Indians | Miwok language | Mixtec Indians | Mixtec language | Mobilian trade language | Mohawk Indians | Mohawk Indians -- Economy | Mohawk Indians -- History | Mohawk Indians -- Politics and government | Mohawk Indians -- Religion | Mohawk Indians -- Social life and customs | Mohawk language | Mohawk language -- Texts | Mohegan Indians | Mohegan Indians -- History | Mohegan language | Mono Indians | Moravian Indians | Moravians -- Missions | Moravians -- Pennsylvania -- History | Moravians. | Mormons | Mountain Indians | Munsee Indians | Munsee Indians -- History | Munsee language | Music -- Curaçao | Métis | Nahuas | Nahuas -- Folklore | Nahuas -- Religion | Nahuas -- Social life and customs | Nahuatl language | Names, Geographical -- Alaska | Narragansett Indians | Narragansett Indians -- History | Narragansett language | Native American Church of North America | Navajo Indians | Navajo Indians -- Education | Navajo Indians -- Ethnoanatomy | Navajo Indians -- History | Navajo Indians -- Kinship | Navajo Indians -- Material culture | Navajo Indians -- Poetry | Navajo Indians -- Politics and government | Navajo Indians -- Religion | Navajo Indians -- Social life and customs | Navajo Mountain (Utah and Ariz.) | Navajo art | Navajo language | Navajo language -- Semantics | New York (State) -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775. | Nez Percé women | Nez Percé Indians | Nez Percé Indians -- History | Nez Percé Indians -- Music | Nez Percé Indians -- Religion | Nez Percé Indians -- Social life and customs | Nez Percé language | Nicollet, J. N. 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