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BOOK

Title:  
Some mythic stories of the Yuchi Indians
Creator:
Gatschet, Albert S. (Albert Samuel), 1832-1907
Publication:
Chicago], 1893.
Notes:  
Reprinted from the American anthropologist, July 1893.
Call #:  
970.1 PAM. NO.46
Extent:
p.[279]-281 ; octavo.



BOOK

Title:  
... Ethnology of the Yuchi Indians
Creator:
Speck, Frank Gouldsmith, 1881-1950
Publication:
The University museum, Philadelphia, 1909.
Call #:  
572.07 P38A V.1, NO.1
Extent:
154 p. : illus., XVI pl. (partly col.) ; 27 1/2 cm.



ANALYTIC

Title:  
Ceremonial songs of the Creek and Yuchi Indians
Parent:
University of Pennsylvania. The Museum anthropological publications ; v.1, no.2
Creators:
Speck, Frank Gouldsmith, 1881-1950 | Sapir, J. D.
Publication:
University Museum, Philadelphia, 1911.
Call #:  
572.07 P38A V.1, NO.2
Extent:
1 p.l., p.157-245 : front. (port.) illus. ; 27 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
History of the Indian tribes of North America, with biographical sketches and anecdotes of the principal chiefs: Embellished with one hundred and twenty portraits, from the Indian gallery in the Department of war, at Washington
Creators:
McKenney, Thomas L. (Thomas Loraine), 1785-1859 | Hall, James, 1793-1868 | Rindisbacher, Peter, 1806-1834 | Greenough, Frederick W. | King, Charles Bird, 1785-1862 | McKenney, Thomas Loraine, 1785-1859 | Rice, Daniel | T.K. & P.G. Collins | Lehman & Duval Lithrs | I.T. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment | Lithographic & Print Colouring Establishment | Childs and Lehman Lith
Publication:
Published by Daniel Rice and James G. Clark, 132 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Published by Key & Biddle, Philadelphia, 1842-1844
Notes:  
Collation: v.1, 2 p. l., [3]-4, 204 p. col. front., 47 col. port. -- v.2, 158 p., 2 l., 44 p. col. pl., 27 col. port. -- v.3, 2 p. l., 196, [2] p. col. front., 23 col. port., map, 17 p. of facsim. V. 2 published by F.W. Greenough, 1838; V. 3, by D. Rice and J. G. Clark, 1844. V. 2 includes biographical sketches of Keokuk and Neomonni, without portraits. The "History of the Indian tribes of North America" (V.2, 44 p. at end) is reproduced in v. 3, p. [1]-44. "An essay on the history of the North American Indians. By James Hall": V. 3, p. [45]-196. Collated with Sabin - substantially the same. See notes in Sabin. Lacks pt.14-16 of V.2 and pl. 1 of V.3. Collated into 3 volumes. V. 1 include Numbers (Nos.) 1-8. V. 2 includes Nos. 9-16. V. 3 includes Nos. 17-20. Includes inscription on title page, in ink, "American Philosophical Society from the authors and publisher 3 March 1837" Volume 2 includes original brown paper wrapper with the printing, “‘The Indian Tribes of North America’ No. Philadelphia: F.W. Greenough, 3 Minor Street. Price six dollars per number: sold to subscribers only” “Philadelphia: Published by Frederick W. Greenough, 23 Minor Street 1838”
Call #:  
970.1 M19 v. 1-3, c. 1
Extent:
3 v. : col. fronts. (vol. 1, 3) col. pl., col. ports., map, facsims. ; 52 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
History of the Indian tribes of North America, with biographical sketches and anecdotes of the principal chiefs: Embellished with one hundred and twenty portraits, from the Indian gallery in the Department of war, at Washington
Creators:
McKenney, Thomas Loraine, 1785-1859 | Hall, James, 1793-1868 | Rindisbacher, Peter, 1806-1834 | Greenough, Frederick W., publisher | King, Charles Bird, 1785-1862 | McKenney, Thomas Loraine, 1785-1859 | Lithographic & Print Coloring Establishment | Rice, Daniel | T.K. & P.G. Collins | Lehman & Duval Lithrs | I.T. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment | Childs and Lehman Lith
Publication:
E. C. Biddle [etc.], Philadelphia, 1836-1844.
Notes:  
Collation: v.1, 2 p. l., [3]-4, 204 p. col. front., 47 col. port. -- v.2, 158 p., 2 l., 44 p. col. pl., 27 col. port. -- v.3, 2 p. l., 196, [2] p. col. front., 23 col. port., map, 17 p. of facsim. Lacking Vol 1, part 8 (as per the notes from conservation, fall 2018) Vol. 2 published by F.W. Greenough, 1838; v. 3, by D. Rice and J. G. Clark, 1844. Vol. 2 includes biographical sketches of Keokuk and Neomonni, without portraits. The "History of the Indian tribes of North America" (v.2, 44 p. at end) is reproduced in v. 3, p. [1]-44. "An essay on the history of the North American Indians. By James Hall": v. 3, p. [45]-196. V. 1, Nos. 1-5 includes loose and rebound pages, some out of order. Minimal water damage. V. 2 and V. 3 are unbound, loose pages, most with original brown paper wrapper. Wrapper includes the printing, “‘The Indian Tribes of North America’ No. Philadelphia: F.W. Greenough, 3 Minor Street. Price six dollars per number: sold to subscribers only” “Philadelphia: Published by Frederick W. Greenough, 23 Minor Street 1838” Collated with Sabin - substantially the same. See notes in Sabin. Lacks No. 8 and plates of Monhongo, Shingaba W'Ossin, War Dance, Halpatter-Micco, Mistippee, Powasheek, Red Bird, John Ross.
Call #:  
970.1 M19 v.1-3 c.2
Extent:
3 v. : col. fronts. (vol. 1, 3) col. pl., col. ports., map, facsims. ; 52 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
History of the Indian tribes of North America: with biographical sketches and anecdotes of the principal chiefs : embellished with one hundred and twenty portraits from the Indian gallery in the Department of War, at Washington
Creators:
McKenney, Thomas Loraine, 1785-1859 | Hall, James, 1793-1868
Publication:
D. Rice & A.N. Hart, Philadelphia, 1855.
Notes:  
Colored plates taken from original oil paintings.
Call #:  
970.1 M19.RV.1-3
Extent:
3 v. : ill., ports. ; 28 cm.



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1986-2003
Abstract:  

An anthropologist, Pamela Wallace was the Head of Education at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History at the University of Oklahoma. The papers include correspondence, research, works by Wallace, audio recordings, color slides, photographs, and videos of Yuchi Indians.
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.130
Extent:
20.5 Linear feet
Subjects:  

Archaeology | Ardennes, Battle of the, 1944-1945 | Beggs (Okla.) | Bristow (Okla.) | Broken Arrow (Okla.) | Claremore (Okla.) | Concentration camps | Coweta (Okla.) | Creek Indians | Creek language | Deer hunting | Diabetes | Ebenezer (Effingham County, Ga.) | Fishing | Funeral rites and ceremonies | Gelatin silver prints | Glenpool (Okla.) | Indians of North America -- Oklahoma | Indians of North America -- Texas -- History | Japan -- Description and travel | Japan -- Economic conditions -- 1945-1989 | Jerusalem Lutheran Church (Ebenezer, Ga.) | Kellyville (Okla.) | Kiowa Indians -- Folklore | Kiowa Indians -- History | Lutheran Church -- Georgia -- History | Maps. | Names, Yuchi | Native American Church of North America | Negatives | Objectivity | Oklahoma | Oklahoma City (Okla.) | Okmulgee (Okla.) | Peyote | Photographs -- Color | Plains Indians | Pool (Game) | Poverty -- Japan | Sapulpa (Okla.) | Science -- Philosophy | Sewing | Slides. | Sound recordings | Tulsa (Okla.) | Videotapes | Wake services | Wallace, Pamela | Wise County (Tex.) -- History | World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation, Indian | Yuchi Indians | Yuchi Indians -- Economic conditions | Yuchi Indians -- Education | Yuchi Indians -- Folklore | Yuchi Indians -- Genealogy | Yuchi Indians -- Government relations | Yuchi Indians -- History | Yuchi Indians -- Kinship | Yuchi Indians -- Material culture | Yuchi Indians -- Medicine | Yuchi Indians -- Music | Yuchi Indians -- Mythology | Yuchi Indians -- Politics and government | Yuchi Indians -- Religion | Yuchi Indians -- Rites and ceremonies | Yuchi Indians -- Social life and customs | Yuchi dance | Yuchi language | Yuchi women



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

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 | 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

Dates:
1953, 1956, 1963, 1965, 1967-68, 1970-73
Abstract:  

Audio recordings, primarily linguistic field recordings of Native American languges, removed from the James M. Crawford papers. The bulk of the recordings are in three areas: Alabama songs, stories, and fiddle music; Cocopa folklore, autobiographical stories, songs, and elicited words and sentences; Yuchi autobiographical stories, conversations, and elicitied word lists. Other material includes: Cherokee conversations; Chickasaw word and phrases lists; readings from a Chontal-Spanish dictionary; a Diegueño text; words lists and discussion regarding the Mobilian trade language (Yama); intermixed Mobilian, Choctaw, and Koasati word lists; Mohave songs, with explanations; a Navajo elicitation session, with interview and conversation; elicited Shoshoni expressions; Tolowa songs, Yavapai word lists and texts; and Yuki words and expressions. The small amount of non-Native American material in the collection generally consists of unidentified conversations, readings of English and Russian texts, and recordings of baby talk.
Call #:  
Mss.Rec.184
Extent:
30 tape(s)
Subjects:  

Alabama -- History | Alabama Indians -- Folklore | Alabama Indians -- History | Alabama Indians -- Music | Alabama and Coushatta Indian Reservation (Tex.) | Alabama language | Alligators -- Folklore | Arizona | Banjo -- Performance | Birds -- Songs and music | Blackbirds -- Folklore | Blindness -- Folklore | Bloodroot | Bullock, Matthew | Cannibalism -- Folklore | Celestine, Phoebie | Cherokee language | Chickasaw language | Childhood | Children -- Language | Choctaw Indians -- Music | Choctaw language | Choctaw language -- Number | Chontal language -- Dictionaries | Chontal language -- Dictionaries -- English | Chontal language -- Dictionaries -- Spanish | Church charities | Cocopa Indians | Cocopa Indians -- Domestic life | Cocopa Indians -- Economic conditions | Cocopa Indians -- Education | Cocopa Indians -- Folklore | Cocopa Indians -- Kinship | Cocopa Indians -- Music | Cocopa Indians -- Social life and customs | Cocopa language | Cocopa language -- Number | Cocopa language -- Sentences | Cocopa mythology | Cocopa, Mary | Conversation | Couro, Ted | Coyote (Legendary character) -- Legends | Crawford, James Mack, 1925-1989 | Creation -- Mythology | Crescent City (Calif.) | Crows -- Folklore | Daughters | Deer -- Folklore | Devil -- Folklore | Eagles -- Folklore | Earthquakes | Elton (La.) | Fiddle music | Fiddle tunes | Fire -- Folklore | Floods -- Folklore | Frank, Neddie | Frank, Seymour | Garcia, Florence | Gardening | Gazzam, Warren | Georgia -- Description and travel | Grandchildren | Guitar -- Performance | Hayes, Lillian | Hayes, Victor | Hoijer, Harry, 1904-1976 | Huck, Charlie | Hunger -- Folklore | Hunters -- Folklore | Imataichi, David | Indians of North America -- Arizona | Indians of North America -- Oklahoma | Infants -- Language | Invitations | Jackson, Gil | King, Laura | Kings and rulers -- Folklore | Koasati language | Koasati language -- Number | Kumiai language | Langley, Arzelie | Langley, Rosaline | Language and languages -- Documentation | Lavan, Leonard | Linguists | Lizards -- Folklore | Loggerhead shrike -- Folklore | Lopez, Sam | Lopez, Sam, Mrs. | Marriage customs and rites -- Folklore | McCall, Mary | Melton, Robert | Miller, Hope | Miller, Sam | Miller, Wick R. | Mobilian trade language | Mohave Indians -- Music | Moral exhortation | Navajo Indians | Navajo Indians -- Kinship | Navajo language | North Carolina | Oklahoma | Orphans -- Folklore | Parties | Phoenix (Ariz.) | Poetry -- Recitation | Poncho, Maggie | Pulte, William John, 1941- | Puma -- Folklore | Quails -- Folklore | Rabbits -- Folklore | Recorder (Musical instrument) | Round Valley Indian Reservation (Calif.) | Russian language | Russian language -- Texts | San Pablo Villa de Mitla (Mexico) | Sapulpa (Okla.) | Seasons -- Folklore | Shepherds -- Folklore | Shoshoni language | Sound recordings | Spanish language -- Dictionaries -- Chontal | Sun -- Folklore | Swadesh, Morris, 1909-1967 | Texas | Thomas, Esther | Thomas, Frank | Thomas, Josephine | Thomas, Mary | Thomas, Vivian | Timms, Lester | Timms, Lester, Mrs. | Tolowa Indians -- Music | Tolowa language | Trail of Tears, 1838-1839 | Turner, Paul R. | Turner, Shirley | Turtles -- Folklore | Twins -- Folklore | Underwood, Isaac | Weather | Wildcat, Nancy | Witchcraft -- Folklore | Yavapai Indians -- Music | Yavapai language | Yuchi Indians | Yuchi Indians -- Economic conditions | Yuchi Indians -- Educiation | Yuchi Indians -- History | Yuchi Indians -- Medicine | Yuchi Indians -- Religion | Yuchi Indians -- Social life and customs | Yuchi language | Yuchi language -- Grammar | Yuchi language -- Phonology | Yuki language | Yuma (Ariz.) | Zárate, Clemente



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1903-1950
Abstract:  

Anthropologist and ethnographer Frank Gouldsmith Speck was one of Franz Boas' early graduate students and from 1907 till his death in 1950 spent his career in a variety of positions at the University of Pennsylvania, including its Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Unlike most of his contemporaries, Speck chose to study the cultures of Indigenous peoples of eastern North America, especially the Haudenosaunee, Cherokee, and peoples speaking Algonquian languages, such as Anishinaabe, Wabanaki, Innu, Lenape, and other Algonquian peoples within the eastern United States. Speck spent a larger amounnt of time in the field than was typical of most ethnographers, collecting documentary information and physical objects. The Frank G. Speck Papers consist of 15.5 linear feet of Speck's professional correspondence, field notes, lecture notes, and manuscripts of published and unpublished works. The material focuses on the Eastern Woodlands Indians, particularly the Catawba, Cherokee, Creek, Delaware, Houma, Haudenosaunee ("Iroquois"), Labrador Inuit ("Eskimo"), Innu ("Montagnais-Naskapi"), Nanticoke, Penobscot, Powhatan, Algonquian, and Yuchi. The collection is divided into two subcollections: Subcollection 1 is comprised of Speck's research material and correspondence, and Subcollection 2 consists of his manuscripts and related correspondence. The two subcollections were acquired separately by the Society, and were originally cataloged as the Frank G. Speck Papers (572.97 Sp3) and the Frank G. Speck Manuscripts on Native Americans (970.3 Sp3p) respectively.
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.126
Extent:
28.5 Linear feet
Subjects:  

Abenaki Indians | Achumawi Indians | Alaska | Albumen prints | Algonquian Indians | Algonquian art | Algonquin Indians | Anishinaabe | Aquinnah, Massachuetts | Argentina | Arizona | Athapascan Indians | Atikamekw Indians | Atmore, Alabama | Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada | Baily, A. G. | Bar Harbor (Me. : Town) | Battle Harbor, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada | Bayou Blue, Louisiana | Bayou La Combe, Louisiana | Bear Island | Bear Island, Lake Temagami | Belle Isle, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada | Beothuk Indians | Bersimis | Betty's Neck, Massachusetts | Bécancour (Québec) | Big Cove (N.C.) | Blind Pass, St. Petersburg, Florida | Bonners Ferry, Idaho | Bororo Indians | Browning, Montana | Buck, John | Bureau of American Ethnology ( | Cabinet cards | Cabot, W. B. | Canada | Cape Fullerton, Nunavut, Canada | Cape Prince of Wales, Alaska | Carpenter, Edmund, 1922-2011 | Carte de visite photographs | Catawba Indians | Catawba Reservation | Cayuga Indians | Charles, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada | Chastacosta Indians | Cheroenhaka Indians | Cherokee Indians | Cherokee Reservation, North Carolina | Cherokee, North Carolina | Circumboreal | Colombia | Colusa, Calif. | Comas, Juan, 1900- | Committee for International Research in Arctic Ethnology | Contamana, Peru | Copan, Oklahoma | Craterville Park, Okla. | Cree Indians | Creek Indians | Creek Nation, Oklahoma | Cushing, Oklahoma | Cyanotypes | Dahl, Richard S. | Delaware Indians | Diagrams. | Diamond Jenness | Diomede, Alaska | Dismal Swamp (N.C. and Va.) | Double Curve Motif | Douglas, Frederic Huntington, | Dulac, Louisiana | Dutcher, Willena B. | Elizabeth City (N.C.) | Ellsworth (Me.) | Enfield (Me.) | Eskimo | Ethnography | File Hills, Saskatchewan | Fond-du-Lac, Saskatchewan | Forde, C. Daryll (Cyril Daryll | Forkeau Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada | Fort Apache, Arizona | Fort Chipewyan, Alberta | Forteau Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada | Ft. Belknap, Montana | Ft. Myers, Florida | Gelatin silver prints | Gleichen, Alberta | Gloucester, Massachusetts | Gnadenhutten, Ohio | Godbout | Golden Lake, QC | Golden Meadow, Louisiana | Golden Meadow, Louisiana; Pointe-aux-Chenes, Louisiana | Grand Canyon, Arizona | Grand River Reserve | Great Basin Indians | Griffin, James B. | Haddon, Alfred C. (Alfred Cort | Haida Gwaii | Harbor Springs, Michigan | Harrisburg (Pa.) | Hartford (Mich.) | Hassrick, Royal B. | Hayne, Hayward | Herris, R. H. | Hokan-Coahuiltecan languages | Hooper Bay, Alaska | Hopedale, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada | Houma Indians | Houma, Louisiana | Howley, James Patrick, 1847-19 | Huaiquilaf, J. Martin Collio | Illustrations. | Indian Neck, Virginia | Indians of North America -- Alberta | Indians of North America -- Arizona | Indians of North America -- California | Indians of North America -- Canada | Indians of North America -- Colorado | Indians of North America -- Connecticut | Indians of North America -- Delaware | Indians of North America -- Florida | Indians of North America -- Louisiana | Indians of North America -- Maine | Indians of North America -- Massachusetts | Indians of North America -- Montana | Indians of North America -- New York (State) | Indians of North America -- Newfoundland and Labrador | Indians of North America -- North Carolina | Indians of North America -- Northeastern States | Indians of North America -- Oklahoma | Indians of North America -- Ontario | Indians of North America -- Quebec (Province) | Indians of North America -- Saskatchewan | Indians of North America -- South Carolina | Indians of North America -- Southeastern States | Indians of North America -- Virginia | Indians of South America -- Brazil | Intervale, New Hampshire | Inuit -- Canada | Inukjuak | Iroquois Indians | Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana | James Bay | James Bay, P.Q. | James Bay, Quebec (?) | Johnson, Frederick | Jones, Volney H. (Volney Hurt) | Kansa Indians | Kent, Connecticuit | King Island, Alaska | Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg | Kittery Point (Me.) | Kotzebue, Alaska | Kuujjuaq | Lac Saint-Jean | Lac Saint-Jean (Québec) | Lagore, Eli | Lake Missinaibi | Lake St. John, Canada | Lake Temagami, Ont. | Lake of the Woods, Ontario, Canada | Lantern slides. | Laulin, "Redge" | Laulin, Gladys | Leach, Henry Goddard, 1880-197 | Learmouth, D. H. | Ledyard (Conn.) | Les Escoumains (Quebec) | Lips, Julie E. | Lithographs. | Little Grand Rapids, Manitoba | Little Lake Pomo, Round Valley Reservation | MacLeod, William Christie | Malecite Indians | Manitoba, Canada (?) | Maniwaki, P.Q. | Maps | Martha's Vineyard (Mass.) | Mashteuiatsh | Mende (African People) | Messurier, William L. | Michikamau | Micmac Indians | Miller, Samuel "James" | Mingan | Missanabie River, Ontario, Canada | Missinaibi | Missinaibi River | Mistassin Indians | Mistassini | Miwok Indians | Mohawk Indians | Moisie | Montagnais Indians | Mount Desert Island (Me.) | Musa Isle, Florida | Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada | Nanticoke Indians | Nash Harbor, Nunivak Island, Alaska | Naskapi Indians | Natashquan | Natashquan (Québec) | Natasquan | Native American culture | Native American linguistics | Native American lore & legends | Near Taunton, Mass. | Negatives | New Hampshire | New Mexico | New Orleans, Louisiana | Newfoundland and Labrador | Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada | Newspaper clippings. | Niantic, Connecticut | Nichicun | Noatak, Alaska | North Carolina | Norwich, Connecticuit | Nova Scotia, Canada | Nunivak Island, Alaska | Off-reservation boarding schools--Newfoundland and Labrador | Ohsweken, Ontario | Ojibwa Indians | Ojibwe people | Oka, P.Q. | Oklahoma | Oklahoma Delaware Indians | Old Town (Me.) | Omaha Indians | Onondaga Indians | Ontario, Canada | Oraibi, Arizona | Orchard, W. C. | Ouray, Utah | P.Q. | Paintings. | Pamunkey Indians | Pamunkey River (Va.) | Pamunkey, VA | Passamaquoddy Indians | Pawhuska, Okla. | Pawnee (Okla.) | Pennsylvania | Penobscot Indians | Penobscot, Maine | Pequot Indians | Perdido River, Alabama | Peru | Petrullo | Phoenicia, New York | Photomechanical prints | Picard, L. P. O. | Picture-writing | Pierreville (Québec) | Pinkham Notch (N.H.) | Plains Indians | Point of Pines, Arizona | Pointe-aux-Chenes, Louisiana | Polson, Montana | Postcards | Prince Edward Island | Quaker Bridge, New York | Quebec Citadel, Canada. | Quebec, Canada | Quimby, George | Rapid City, South Dakota | Ravensfork, North Carolina | Raynolds, Frances | Red House, New York | Requa, California | Restigouche, New Brunswick | Revillon FrèresTrading Company | Rockland County, New York | Roddy, South Carolina | Roger Williams Park | Rotorua, New Zealand | Round Mountain Shasta, Co. | Round Valley Reservation | Roxbury, Virginia | Saco River, N.H. | Saguenay | Saint Augustin? Barren Ground Band? | Saint-Augustin (Québec) | San Carlos Reservation | Sault Ste. Marie | Schoenbrunn, Ohio | Sebec Lake, Maine | Seminole Indians | Seneca | Sept-Iles (Québec) | Sept-Iles, Quebec | Shawnee Indians | Sherbro (African People) | Six Nations of the Grand River, Ont. | Sketches. | South Carolina | Speck, Frank G. (Frank Gouldsmith), 1881-1950 | St. Anthody, Newfoundland | St. Anthony, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada | St. John's Newfoundland | St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada | St. Mary's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada | Ste. Marguerite | Stern, Theodore, 1917- | Stonington (Conn.) | Strong, William Duncan, 1899-1 | Sub-Arctic Indians | Suffolk (Va.) | Swales, Bradshaw Hall, 1875- | Swan, Sankey | Swanton, John Reed, 1873-1958 | Temagami, Ont. | Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana | The Pas, Manitoba, Canada | Tintypes | Torbay, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada | Tozzer, Alfred M. -- (Alfred Marston), -- 1877-1954. | Trotter, Spencer, 1860-1931. | Tuscarora Indians | Tyler, Dorothy Louise, 1899-19 | Ungava | Ungava, Barren Ground | Upper Mattaponi, Virginia | Walpole Island, Ontario | Walser, Richard, 1908- | Waskaganish | Wawenock Indians | Weitchpec, California | Weymouth, N.J. | White, Leslie A., 1900-1975. | White, Stewart Edward, 1873-19 | Whiterocks, Utah | Wilder, Harris Hawthorne, 1864 | Windsor Shades, Virginia | Wissler, Clark, 1870-1947 | Wiswall, Richard Hall, 1916- | Wiyot-Yorok | Wyman, Waiter Channing | Yana language | Yao (African People) | Yuchi 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 | 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N. 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