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BOOK

Title:  
The Na-ac-nai-ya: A Tusayan initiation ceremony
Creators:
Fewkes, Jesse Walter, 1850-1930 | Stephen, Alexander MacGregor, d. 1894
Publication:
Boston, n.d.]
Notes:  
Reprint from Journal of American folklore.
Call #:  
970.1 PAM. NO.10
Extent:
p.189-222 : illus. ; octavo.



BOOK

Title:  
Die Pueblo-Indianer: Eine historisch-ethnographische Studie
Creator:
Krause, Fritz, 1881-
Publication:
Druck von E. Karras, Halle, 1907.
Notes:  
Also issued in abridged form as Diss., v. 7, Feb. 1907, Phil. fak., Leipzig. cf. Jahres-Verzeichnis der an den deutschen Universitäten erschienenen Schriften, Bd. 22, 1906/07, p. 446. Vita. Published in full as no. 1, v.87 of "Nova acta. Abh. der Kaiserl. Leop.-Carol. deutsche akademie der naturforscher." "Verzeichnis der benutzten Literatur": p. [4]-8.
Call #:  
970.3 K86P
Extent:
226 p., 9 leaves of plates : map, fold. tab. ; 33 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
Zuñi breadstuff
Creator:
Cushing, Frank Hamilton, 1857-1900
Publication:
Museum of the American Indian, Heye foundation, New York, 1920.
Call #:  
970.1 IN25
Extent:
673 p. : illus., 27 pl. (incl. front.) ; 17 cm.



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1970
Abstract:  

From 1968-1970, the anthropologist Robert E. MacLaury conducted fieldwork on Zapotec (Oto-Manguean) language and ethnography at Santa Mara Ayoquesco de Aldama, Oaxaca. His masters thesis based on that research, "Ayoquesco Zapotec: Ethnography, Phonology, and Lexicon," was accepted at the University of the Americas in 1970.
Call #:  
Mss.497.4.M22
Extent:
1 volume(s)



BOOK

Title:  
The American aboriginal portfolio
Creators:
Eastman, Mary H. (Mary Henderson), 1818-1887 | Eastman, Seth, 1808-1875
Publication:
Lippincott, Grambo & co, Philadelphia, 1853.
Notes:  
Title on cover: Eastman's aboriginal portfolio. Added title-page, engraved.
Call #:  
970.1 EA75A
Extent:
v, [3], [9]-84 p., [25] leaves of plates : illus., ports. ; 33 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
Historical and statistical information respecting the history, condition, and prospects of the Indian tribes of the United States: collected and prepared under the direction of the Bureau of Indian Affairs per act of Congress of March 3rd, 1847
Creators:
Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, 1793-1864 | Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, 1793-1864 | Eastman, Seth, 1808-1875 | Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, 1793-1864 | United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Publication:
Lippincott, Grambo, Philadelphia, 1851-1857.
Notes:  
Vols. 1-5 have half-title: Ethnological researches respecting the red man of America. Vols. 2-5 have title: Information respecting the history, condition, and prospects of the Indian tribes of the United States. Vol. 6 has title: History of the Indian tribes of the United States: their present condition and prospects and a sketch of their ancient status. Vols. 5-6 published by Lippincott.
Call #:  
970.1 Sch6 v.1-6
Extent:
6 v. : illus., plates (part col.) ports., maps (part fold., part col.) ; 33 cm.



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1943
Abstract:  

An analysis of the material culture of one of the eight extant Mexteca codices, Codex Borgia: a Mesoamerican ritual and divinatory manuscript. Some knowledge of the Nahuatl language will help with interpretation.
Call #:  
Mss.497.4.W65
Extent:
1 volume(s)



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1936-1941
Abstract:  

189 original watercolor and ink drawings of pueblo activities drawn by Joe Bartolo Lente, a resident of Isleta Pueblo of New Mexico. In 1962, 140 of the paintings were published by the Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology entitled Isleta Paintings.
Call #:  
Mss.572.P25.1.No.25
Extent:
0.25 Linear feet



BOOK

Title:  
Our wild Indians: thirty-three years personal experience among the Red Men of the great West : a popular account of their social life, religion, habits, traits, customs, exploits, etc. : with thrilling adventures and experiences on the Great Plains and in the mountains of
Creator:
Dodge, Richard Irving, 1827-1895
Publication:
A. D. Worthington and Co, Hartford, Conn, 1884.
Call #:  
970.1 D66 1884
Extent:
xxxix, [29]-653 p. : ill., ports. ; 22 cm.



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1805-1807
Abstract:  

Born in Austro-Hungary in either 1748 or 1750, Guillermo Dupaix became one of the first Europeans to observe and describe the archaeological riches of Chiapas, Oaxaca, and Yucatan. Between 1805 and 1807, he lead three Royal expeditions to survey major Mexican archaeological sites, working in close concert with Jose Luciano Castañeda, an artist with the National Museum. Among the sites they visited were the Mayan ruins at Palenque, the Zapotec/Mixtec site at Mitla, and several Aztec sites. The APS version of Viages Sobre las Antiquedades Mejicanas is one of several contemporary manuscript copies of Dupaix's seminal work on Mexican archaeology. The work consists of two volumes, the first containing the text, the second, copies of Castañeda's illustrations, which here lack the distortions introduced in King's edition.
Call #:  
Mss.913.72.D92v
Extent:
2 volume(s)



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1952-1957
Abstract:  

The Santa Fe Fiesta and the Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial are two of the major cultural events held annually in New Mexico, both involving substantial participation by the Indian population of the state and region. The older of these, the Fiesta, originated in 1712 when the Spanish governor, the Marqués of Pañuela, set aside a day in September to commemorate the reconquest of the province by Don Diego de Vargas. Since 1919, the festival has been held annually and has increasingly become a celebration of traditional New Mexican culture and the varied ethnicities of its population. The Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial of Gallup, New Mexico, was organized by local businessmen and Indian traders in 1922 for "the encouragement of Indian arts and crafts and the education of whites to the beauties of Indian life" and for the "perpetuation of the dances, traditions and customs of Indian life." The H. O. Hanson Photograph Collection contains 34 large format (8x10") black and white prints, including sixteen images of the Inter-Tribal Ceremonial at Gallup, 1953 and 1954, four images of the Jemez Pueblo, and nine images of the Santa Fe Fiesta, 1952 and 1953. Hanson has not been further identified, but he may have worked for the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Call #:  
Mss.B.H198
Extent:
0.1 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1859-1882
Abstract:  

A traveler, archaeologist, and photographer, Désiré Charnay (1828-1915) was one of the most important early expeditionary photographers. During his tours of Yucatan, Oaxaca, and Chiapas in 1858-1860 and 1880-1886, Charnay became one of the first to use photography in documenting the great Meso-American archaeological sites and to make ethnographic photographs of indigenous Mexicans. His major publications Cités et Ruines Américaines (Paris, 1862) and Les Anciennes Villes du Nouveau Monde (Paris, 1885) are important transitional works to the later scientific archaeology of Alfred Maudslay. The collection of photographs taken by Desire Charnay are representative of the range of images he took of Meso-American archaeological sites during three tours of Mexico in 1858-1860 and 1880-1886. Although some of the images have suffered an unfortunate degree of fading, they convey the power and fascination that these sites held for Charnay and his contemporaries, and include some of the best early examples of the use of photography in the documentation of Mexican archaeology. The collection includes 123 images of the sites at Tula, Teotihuacan, Iztaccihuatl, Chichen Itza, Comalcalco, and Palenque, of archaeological specimens held at the Museum of Mexico, and of landscape and villages in Yucatan, Chiapas, and Oaxaca, as well as a series of Lacandon, Mayan, Mixtec, and Yucatec "racial types."
Call #:  
Mss.913.72.Ab23
Extent:
2 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1945-2000
Abstract:  

An anthropologist and student of Native American cultures, Elisabeth Tooker devoted a long career, much of it as a professor at Temple University, to study of the culture and ethnohistory of the Haudenosaunee of New York State. The Tooker Papers is arranged in six series, and contain her correspondence, subject files, research notes, and both published and unpublished papers.
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.84
Extent:
42 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1911-1967
Abstract:  

An archaeological anthropologist and linguist, John Alden Mason spent the majority of his career at the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania. After receiving his undergraduate degree at Penn in 1907, Mason received a doctorate at Berkeley (1911) for his ethnographic work on the Salinan Indians of California, but his diverse interests in later years ran the gamut from Puerto Rican folklore to Piman languages and cultures (including Pima, Papago, Pima Bajo, Northern and Southern Tepehuan, and Tepecano), Mayan, Aztec, and Incan archaeology, and the languages of South American Indians. Mason was curator of the University Museum at Penn from 1926 until his retirement in 1958. The Mason Papers include both in-coming and outgoing correspondence, linguistic material, notes, and photographs relating to Mason's work in the southwestern U.S., northern Mexico, and South America. Centered on the years after Mason's return to Philadelphia in 1926, the collection covers all aspects of Mason's professional life, from reports on field work to answering casual questions referred to him through the University Museum to data and analyses on Piman and other languages. The collection also contains voluminous files relating to the Mason's editorship of the American Anthropologist (bulk: 1945-1948). Of special note are a series of class notes (1908-1910) kept by Mason for course work in ethnology, archaeology, and linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania under Edward Sapir and Frank Speck.
Call #:  
Mss.B.M384
Extent:
38 Linear feet
Subjects:  

Agogino, George | American Anthropological Association | American Anthropological Association. Publishing | American Anthropologist | Anthropology -- Societies, etc. | Archaeology | Bascom, Burton William, 1921-2004 | Benedict, Ruth, 1887-1948 | Birket-Smith, Kaj, 1893-1977 | Black, Fred L. | Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 | Bororo language (Brazil) | Brugge, David M. | Butler, Mary | Cadzow, Donald S. | Carpenter, Edmund, 1922-2011 | Cattell, James McKeen, 1860-1944 | Chihuahua (Chihuahua, Mexico) | Cole, Fay-Cooper, 1881-1961 | Cross, Dorothy | De Laguna, Frederica, 1906-2004 | Diagrams. | Durango (Mexico) | Eggan, Fred, 1906-1991 | Egyptology. | Ethnology | Fejos, Paul, 1897-1963 | Gamio, Manuel, 1883-1960 | Ge language | Gelatin silver prints | Greywacz, Kathryn B. | Harrington, John Peabody | Herskovits, Melville J. (Melville Jean), 1895-1963 | Hodge, Frederick Webb, 1864-1956 | Indians of Mexico | Indians of Mexico -- Languages | Indians of North America -- Languages | Indians of North America -- Southwest, New | Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- Antiquities | Indians of South America -- Languages | Jalisco (Mexico) | Judd , Neil Merton, 1887-1976 | Kelly, David H. | Kidder, Alfred Vincent, 1885-1963 | Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960 | Latin-American Institute for Race and Culture Studies | Linguistics | Madeira, Percey Child, Jr. | Malali language | Malinowski, Bronislaw, 1884-19 | Maps. | Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967 | Mayas -- Antiquities | Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978 | Mexico -- Antiquities | Morley, Sylvanus Griswold, 1883-1948 | Negatives | Nuttall, Zelia, -- 1858-1933. | Palenque (Chiapas, Mexico) | Photoprints | Phrenology | Pima Bajo language | Pima Indians | Pima language | Piman Indians | Piman languages | Quechua language | Radin, Paul, 1883-1959 | Recordings | Redfield, Robert, 1897-1958 | Reichard, Gladys Amanda, 1893-1955 | Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939 | Satterthwaite, Linton, 1897- | Sketches. | Sonora (Mexico : State) | Southwest Indians | Speck, Frank G. (Frank Gouldsmith), 1881-1950 | Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967 | Symbols | Tepecano Indians | Tepehuan language | Tohono O'odham Indians | Tohono O'odham dialect | Tozzer, Alfred M. -- (Alfred Marston), -- 1877-1954. | University of Pennsylvania. | University of Pennsylvania. University Museum | Uto-Aztecan languages | Vaillant, George Clapp, 1901-1 | Whorf, Benjamin Lee, 1897-1941 | Wissler, Clark, 1870-1947 | Yaqui Indians



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1668-1996
Abstract:  

Though the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection is composed of items that do not fall readily into any other existing collection, the two dominant intellectual areas represented in the collection are Early American History and History of Science.
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.200
Extent:
25 Linear feet
Subjects:  

Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873 | American Philosophical Society. Library | Anishinaabe | Appointments, Military | Arctic Indians | Autopsy. | Banks, Joseph, 1743-1820 | Beyond Early America | Cayuga Indians | Charles E., Rosenberg | Colonial Politics | Cooper, Thomas, 1759-1839 | Coues, Elliott, 1842-1899 | Cuvier, Georges, Baron, 1769-1832 | Cytology. | Darlington, William, 1782-1863 | Early National Politics | Edison , Thomas A. (Thomas Alva), 1847-1931 | Egyptians | Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955 | Ether | Everett, Edward, 1794-1865 | Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790 | Gelatin silver prints | General Correspondence | Genetics. | Genth, F. A. (Frederick Augustus), 1820-1893 | Gray, Asa, 1810-1888 | Greeley , Horace, 1811-1872 | Harding, Warren G. | History of science and technology. | History, Ancient. | Inuit -- Canada | Iroquois Indians | Isleta Indians | Medicine -- United States -- 19th century. | Medicine, Military -- United States. | Mexican War, 1846-1848 | Micmac language | Miralles, Juan de | Miscellaneous | Mohawk Indians | Morgan, Thomas Hunt | Morphy Auctions | Mythology, Egyptian. | Natural history | Negatives | Newcomb, Simon | Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727 | Ojibwa Indians | Ojibwa Indians -- Folklore | Ojibwa language | Ojibwe people | Oneida Indians | Onondaga Indians | Ottawa language | Penobscot Indians | Photomechanical prints | Physics -- History. | Poinsett, Joel Roberts, 1779-1851 | Rittenhouse, David, 1732-1796 | Rush, Benjamin, 1746-1813 | Sacco-Vanzetti case | Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, 1793-1864 | Scientific Correspondence | Scientific apparatus and instruments. | Seneca | Seybert, Adam,1773-1825. | Slides. | Southwest Indians | Sparks, Jared (1789-1866) | Stevens, Henry | Sully, Thomas, 1783-1872 | Telegraph | Thomson, Charles, 1729-1824 | Tuscarora Indians | Tyrrhenians | United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 | United States -- History -- Revolutionary War, 1775-1783 | United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842) | United States. Declaration of Independence | United States. Navy. | Various authors | Waterton , Charles, 1782-1865 | Wayne, Anthony, 1745-1796 | Women -- Education | World War, 1939-1945 | Wyoming Valley (Pa.)



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1880-1980
Abstract:  

Elsie Clews Parsons (1875-1941) was trained as a sociologist at Columbia University, but made her greatest achievements in the fields of anthropology and folklore. Parsons' early works in the field of sociology dealt primarily with gender roles, conventions of society, and the effect of society's pressures on the individual. After a trip to the American Southwest with her husband in 1910, Parsons' interests turned to anthropology. She began making field trips to Arizona and New Mexico and, under the influence of her friend Franz Boas, Parsons recorded in meticulous detail data on social organization, religious practices, and folklore of the Southwest Indians. Concurrently, Parsons conducted research in folklore, concentrating on folk tales of Afro-Americans and Caribbean peoples. She was active in a number of professional associations and was the associate editor of the Journal of American Folklore from 1918 until her death. The Parsons Papers were acquired as two separate accessions and remains organized in two distinct subcollections. Subcollection I (572 P35), acquired in 1949, contains approximately 12 linear feet of materials focused on Parsons' career in anthropology. Subcollection II, acquired in 1985, consists of 26.25 linear feet of materials divided into ten series, covering a larger scope of Parsons' life, including family and personal correspondence.
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.29
Extent:
38.25 Linear feet
Subjects:  

American Anthropological Association | American Folklore Society | Anthropology, ethnography, fieldwork | Balch, Ernesto | Beals, Ralph L. (Ralph Leon), 1901-1985 | Benedict, Ruth, 1887-1948 | Birth control. | Blacks -- Jamaica -- Folklore | Boardman, Ruth | Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 | Bourne, Randolph Silliman, 1886-1918 | Bovey, Charles, 1907-1978 | Brice, Kirkpatrick | Bunzel, Ruth Leah, 1898-1990 | Camody, Mary | Cole, Fay-Cooper, 1881-1961 | Culture, community, organizations | Day, Clarence | Eastman, Max, 1883-1969 | Eggan, Fred, 1906-1991 | Feminism. | Fitz, Reginald | Folklore | Folklore -- Jamaica | Galton, Francis, Sir, 1822-1911 | Gelatin silver prints | Goddard, Pliny Earle, 1869-1928 | Goldenweiser, Alexander, 1880-1940 | Greece -- Description and travel -- 20th century | Hackett, Francis | Hallowell, A. Irving (Alfred Irving), 1892-1974 | Hare, Peter | Herskovits, Melville J. (Melville Jean), 1895-1963 | Hopi Indians | Hughes, Larry | Illustrations. | Indians of Central America | Indians of Mexico | Indians of North America -- Arizona | Indians of North America -- British Columbia | Indians of North America -- New Mexico | Indians of South America -- Ecuador | Isleta Indians | Johnson, Alvin | Kidder, Alfred Vincent, 1885-1963 | Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960 | Kwakiutl Indians | La Farge, G. Grant | La Farge, Oliver, 1901-1963 | Law, George | Lewis, Margaret | Looking Elk, Albert | Lowie, Robert Harry, 1883-1957 | Luhan, Mabel Dodge | Nitrate negatives | Opler, Morris Edward, 1907-1996 | Pacificism | Parsons, Elsie Worthington Clews, 1875-1941 | Parsons, John E. | Peace movements -- 20th century | Phillipine Islands -- Description and travel -- 20th century | Pueblo Indians | Quechua Indians | Redfield, Robert, 1897-1958 | Reichard, Gladys Amanda, 1893-1955 | Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919 | Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939 | Sketches. | Southwest Indians | Spier, Leslie | Taft, William Howard, 1857-193 | Taos Indians | Tewa Indians | Thompson, Stith | Titiev, Morris | True, Clara | University of California, Berkeley. Anthropology Department. | Watercolors | White, Leslie A. | World War, 1914-1918 | Young, George | Zuni Indians



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1605-2022
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:
27.5 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 | 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 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 -- 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