Finding Aid to the Ethnological Documents of the Department and Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, 1875-1958

Finding Aid written by Bancroft Library Staff, based on finding aid by Dale Valory
Support for the archival processing and microfilming of the Ethnological Documents Collection was provided by the Preservation Department of the University of California, Berkeley, Libraries. The project was a continuation of work to preserve and make available The Bancroft Library's anthropological collections, begun with projects funded by the United States Department of Education Title II-C Program. The project was jointly carried out by the Preservation Department and The Bancroft Library.
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Finding Aid to the Ethnological Documents of the Department and Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, 1875-1958

Collection Number: BANC FILM 2216

The Bancroft Library



University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, California Support for the archival processing and microfilming of the Ethnological Documents Collection was provided by the Preservation Department of the University of California, Berkeley, Libraries. The project was a continuation of work to preserve and make available The Bancroft Library's anthropological collections, begun with projects funded by the United States Department of Education Title II-C Program. The project was jointly carried out by the Preservation Department and The Bancroft Library.
Finding Aid Written By:
Bancroft Library Staff, based on finding aid by Dale Valory
Date Completed:
September 2007
© 2007 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Collection Summary

Collection Title: Ethnological documents of the Department and Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
Date (inclusive): 1875-1958
Collection Number: BANC FILM 2216
Creators : Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology

University of California, Berkeley. Dept. of Anthropology
Extent: Microfilm: 139 reels Number of containers: 93 boxes, 14 oversize folders Linear feet: 36
Repository: The Bancroft Library
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California, 94720-6000
Phone: (510) 642-6481
Fax: (510) 642-7589
Email: bancref@library.berkeley.edu
URL: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/
Abstract: The Ethnological Documents of the Department and Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, is composed of 216 separate collections of varying size, spanning the period 1875 to 1958, with the exception of a Quiché Maya manuscript leaf, dating from the 17th Century. The collection is comprised of manuscripts, field notes, and other linguistic, ethnographic and ethnobotanical documents, including card files, newsclippings, genealogical tables, charts, maps, drawings, photographs, as well as some original microfilm. Some of the data was gathered by Berkeley anthropology graduate students for the Culture Element Distribution Survey, under the direction of Alfred L. Kroeber. Many of the manuscripts contain notations in Kroeber's hand. The documents were transferred from the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology (now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology) to The Bancroft Library in 1970.
Languages Represented: Collection materials are in English and Native American languages including, Miwok languages; Na Dené languages of Northwestern California; Cupeño; Yana and Yahi; Pomo languages; Paiute and Zuñi languages. For a complete list of languages represented, consult Index III of this finding aid (Index of Linguistic and Tribal Names).
Physical Location: Many of the Bancroft Library collections are stored offsite and advance notice may be required for use. For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.

Information for Researchers

Access

Collection is available on microfilm only. Originals are not available for use.

Publication Rights

All requests to reproduce, publish, quote from or otherwise use collection materials must be submitted in writing to the Head of Public Services, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 94270-6000. Consent is given on behalf of The Bancroft Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission from the copyright owner. Such permission must be obtained from the copyright owner. See: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/reference/permissions.html .

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Ethnological Documents of the Department and Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, BANC FILM 2216 , The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Indians of North America--California
Indians of North America--Languages
Indians of North America--Social life and customs
Indians of North America--British Columbia
Indians of North America--Oregon
Indians of North America--Washington (State)
Indians of North America--Alaska
Indians of North America--Nevada
Indians of North America--Folklore
Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology
Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology
University of California, Berkeley. Dept. of Anthropology

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

The Ethnological Documents of the Department and Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, were transferred to The Bancroft Library from the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology (now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology) in 1970. No additions are expected.

Processing Information

The collection was processed by Claora Styron, Brian C. Pierini, and Lauren Lassleben.

Arrangement

Arrangement and Description Note to the 1997 Microfilm Edition

The Ethnological Documents are composed of 216 discrete smaller collections of varying length. In this finding aid, the collections are referred to as "items." The collection as a whole conforms to the order imposed by Dale Valory and described by him in his 1971 Guide to Ethnological Documents (1-203) of the Department and Museum of Anthropology, University of California Berkeley . Since this is the arrangement in which the collection has been used and cited since 1971, the original order has been maintained in the microfilm edition. Unfortunately, at times this may entail some inconvenience to the researcher. For example, the papers of Edward Sapir are listed as Items 67, 71, 129, and 197, the order in which the items were listed in the 1971 Guide. As a result, Sapir's papers will appear on more than one microfilm reel, as the filming sequence follows the numerical order of the items. For more information, please consult the Note on Microfilm, with Key to the Arrangement of the Collection on Reels.
The finding aid has been edited for clarity and consistency. Misspelled words, errata, obscure and incomplete sentences, and bibliographical inconsistencies have been corrected whenever possible. Researchers who wish to review its evolution can refer to the earlier versions ("Ethnological Manuscripts in the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology," by A. L. Kroeber and D. Valory, in The Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers, #37, 1967; and the Guide to the Ethnological Documents (1-203) of the Department and Museum of Anthropology, which is cited above).
The finding aid has been edited so that the Container Listing matches as closely as possible the actual contents of the folders. A number of items have been re-arranged over time, and in some cases it is no longer possible to determine the original order, or to reconstruct it. Other items were incomplete due to loss. For instance, Item 159 now lacks W. L. Marsden's Notebook II, which was present in the collection in 1971. In the case where new materials have been added to the collection, a summary of their contents and source have been noted in the item description.
Significant format modifications have been made in the 1997 version of the finding aid. Numerical reel notations have been entered in the lefthand column to signal the start of each reel. New editorial notes have been entered in square brackets, while Dale Valory's original notes in parentheses have been retained. Throughout the collection, Valory's original page count has been retained, even though it may have changed since 1971. In exceptional cases, where the page count of items has changed substantially, usually due to major additions to the item, the new count is placed in square brackets beside the former count. Variations in some page counts can be explained by Valory's inclusion of blank notebook pages in the count, whereas the count for the microfilm edition includes only surfaces with text and graphic information.

Note on Microfilm, with Key to the Arrangement of the Collection on Reels

The Ethnological Documents Collection has been microfilmed in order to preserve fragile paper documents and to make the collection more widely available for research. The preservation of this unique collection on microfilm ensures its continued availability to researchers.
While microfilm is currently the preservation medium of choice, it is not without limitations. Since it is a black and white medium, it does not convey information shown in color on maps or charts, for example. Other kinds of documents where legibility may be compromised on microfilm are notebooks with colored pencil, photostatic copies, carbon copies, and photographs.
The goal in filming is to capture completely and legibly all surfaces with text or other information. In some instances, varying levels of reflectance on a single document necessitated a retake of that page at different levels of exposure. Some documents required two or three retakes in order to ensure their complete legibility. In other cases, the weak contrast of pencil script on embrittled and darkening paper in field notes may be enhanced on film. The valuable field notes in the Ethnological Documents Collection have been filmed to show the structure of the physical object itself, thus providing a surrogate of the original. The size of a document influences the way in which it was filmed. Oversized documents, such as charts, genealogical tables and maps, are usually filmed in overlapping segments, after an initial establishing shot has been taken. The photographs in this collection have been filmed as reference images only.
Although most of the Ethnological Documents Collection is paper-based, a few items originated in the collection on microfilm only. These original films have item numbers ending with the letter m for microfilm (such as Item 12.8m). These early films have been copied onto a contemporary polyester base, and reels may be ordered for patron use in the same manner in which other reels are requested. Some of the film had deteriorated completely and was discarded. Wherever possible, the description in the Container Listing and in the Key to the Arrangement of the Collection on Reels contains notes about where to locate the information that was on the discarded reel.
As regards the arrangement of the items on reels, it would have been simpler to film one item on one reel. But since some items consist of only a few pages, this would not have been economical. The collection has been filmed at an average of 550 images per reel. The reels have been programmed in three different ways: one item occupying one reel; several smaller items fitting on one reel; and one large item requiring multiple reels.
To illustrate:
1) One item on a single reel: Item 11 fits on one reel that is called Reel 11; Item 27 fits on one reel that is called Reel 27.
2) Several small items on one reel: Items 2-10 fit on one reel that is called Reel 2-10; Items 73-77 fit on one reel that is called Reel 73-77.
3) One item on multiple reels: Item 1 fits on two reels that are called Reel 1 (1) and Reel 1 (2); Item 82 fits on eleven reels that are called Reel 82 (1), Reel 82 (2), Reel 82 (3), and so forth.
Special care is recommended when ordering an item that is on several reels. First locate the description of the item in the Container Listing and note the items of interest. Then turn to the Key to the Arrangement of the Collection on Reels and match the item number to the reel number. For example, after selecting Item 12.11 (Kato linguistic miscellany) in the Container Listing, go to the Key to Arrangement, and locate the item in the column marked Item Number. There you will find Item 12.11-12.14.1 listed directly across from Reel 12 (5) in the Reel Number column.

Key to the Arrangement of the Collection on Reels

Item Number Reel Number
Item 1.1-1.4 Reel 1 (1)
Item 1.5-1.8 Reel 1 (2)
Item 2-10 Reel 2-10
Item 11

[For the researcher's convenience, Item 17 has

been filmed on this reel as well as on Reel 16-17.]
Reel 11
Item 12.1-12.5 Reel 12 (1)
Item 12.6-12.7.3 Reel 12 (2)
Item 12.8m Reel 12 (3)
Item 12.9.1-12.10.2 Reel 12 (4)
Item 12.11-12.14.1 Reel 12 (5)
Item 12.14.2-12.15 Reel 12 (6)
Item 13-15 Reel 13-15
Item 16-17 Reel 16-17
Item 18-19 Reel 18-19
Item 20-21 Reel 20-21
Item 22-25.5.4 Reel 22-25
Item 26.1.1-26.1.7c Reel 26 (1)
Item 26.1.8-26.2.2b Reel 26 (2)
Item 27.1.1-27.3.2 Reel 27
Item 28.1.1-28.2.2 Reel 28
Item 29.1.1-29.2.2 Reel 29 (1)
Item 29.3.1-29.3.5 Reel 29 (2)
Item 29.4.1-29.4.4 Reel 29 (3)
Item 29.4.5-29.4.7 Reel 29 (4)
Item 29.5.1-29.5.6 Reel 29 (5)
Item 29.5.7-29.5.12b Reel 29 (6)
Item 29.5.13-29.6 Reel 29 (7)
Item 29.7.1-29.7.6 Reel 29 (8)
Item 29.8.1-29.8.4 Reel 29 (9)
Item 29.8.5-29.8.7 Reel 29 (10)
Item 29.9.1-29.9.6; 30 Reel 29 (11)-30
Item 31-36.5 Reel 31-36
Item 37.1-45.4 Reel 37-45
Item 46-51 Reel 46-51
Item 52m Reel 52m
Item 53.1-53.4 Reel 53
Item 54m Reel 54m (1)

Reel 54m (2)
Item 55-59 Reel 55-59
Item 60-61 Reel 60-61
Item 62-64 Reel 62-64
Item 65.1-65.5 Reel 65 (1)
Item 65.6-65.10 Reel 65 (2)
Item 66m

[This reel was defective and was discarded in 1996.

For a copy of the contents, see Reel 113-117.]
 
Item 67-69.5 Reel 67-69
Item 70-72 Reel 70-72
Item 73-77 Reel 73-77
Item 78.1 Reel 78 (1)
Item 78.2-80 Reel 78 (2)-80
Item 81.1-81.8 Reel 81
Item 82.1-82.3.2 Reel 82 (1)
Item 82.4 Reel 82 (2)
Item 82.5.1 Reel 82 (3)
Item 82.5.2 Reel 82 (4)
Item 82.6.1 Reel 82 (5)
Item 82.6.2 Reel 82 (6)
Item 82.6.3 Reel 82 (7)
Item 82.6.4 Reel 82 (8)
Item 82.7-82.11 Reel 82 (9)
Item 82.12.1-82.12.13 Reel 82 (10)
Item 82.13.1-82.14. Reel 82 (11)
Item 83 Reel 83
Item 84 Reel 84
Item 85.1-85.6 Reel 85
Item 86.1-87.3 Reel 86-87
Item 88-91.1 Reel 88-91
Item 92.1-98 Reel 92-98
Item 99.1-99.4.5 Reel 99 (1)
Item 99.4.6-99.4.16 Reel 99 (2)
Item 99.4.17-103.2 Reel 99 (3)-103
Item 104.1-106 Reel 104-106
Item 107.1-112 Reel 107-112
Item 113.1-117 Reel 113-117
Item 118.1-118.6 Reel 118 (1)
Item 118.7-118.11.3 Reel 118 (2)
Item 118.11.4-121 Reel 118 (3)-121
Item 122.1.1-122.3 Reel 122 (1)
Item 122.4.1-122.7 Reel 122 (2)
Item 123-127 Reel 123-127
Item 128.1-128.20 Reel 128 (1)
Item 128.21-128.28 Reel 128 (2)
Item 128.29-128.38 Reel 128 (3)
Item 129.1.1 Reel 129 (1)
Item 129.1.2 Reel 129 (2)
Item 129.2.1 Reel 129 (3)
Item 129.2.2 Reel 129 (4)
Item 129.3.1 Reel 129 (5)
Item 129.3.2 Reel 129 (6)
Item 129.3.3 Reel 129 (7)
Item 130.1-130.5 Reel 130 (1)
Item 130.6-130.13 Reel 130 (2)
Item 131-133 Reel 131-133
Item 134.1 (Folder 1)-134.1 (Folder 8) Reel 134 (1)
Item 134.1 (Folder 9)-134.1 (Folder 15), 134.2m

[This reel contains everything except 134.2m,

which deteriorated and was discarded in 1978.]
Reel 134 (2)
Item 134.3-134.7.3 Reel 134 (3)
Item 134.8.1-134.9 Reel 134 (4)
Item 134.10-135 Reel 134 (5)-135
Item 136m

[This reel was defective and was discarded in 1996.

For a copy of the original, see Reel 31-36.]
 
Item 137m Reel 137m
Item 138m Reel 138m
Item 139-143.1

[This reel contains only a record of Items 139-142,

which were returned to the owner in 1970-1971.

Most of this reel is Item 143.1.]
Reel 139-143 (1)
Item 143.2-143.8 Reel 143 (2)
Item 144.1.1 Reel 144 (1)
Item 144.1.2-144.1.4 Reel 144 (2)
Item 144.1.5-145m

[This reel contains only a record of Item 145m,

which was returned to the owner in 1974.

Most of the reel is 144.1.5-144.2.4.]
Reel 144 (3)-145m
Item 146.1.1-146.1.8 Reel 146 (1)
Item 146.2.1-146.2.9 Reel 146 (2)
Item 147.1-147.2 Reel 147 (1)
Item 147.3-147.5.15 Reel 147 (2)
Item 148.1-148.9 Reel 148
Item 149-152.4 Reel 149-152
Item 153.1-155 Reel 153-155
Item 156.1-156.2.7 Reel 156 (1)
Item 156.3.1 Reel 156 (2)
Item 156.3.2 Reel 156 (3)
Item 156.3.3 Reel 156 (4)
Item 156.3.4 Reel 156 (5)
Item 156.3.5 Reel 156 (6)
Item 157-160 Reel 157-160
Item 161-163 Reel 161-163
Item 164 Reel 164
Item 165-168 Reel 165-168
Item 169 Reel 169
Item 170-172 Reel 170-172
Item 173-174 Reel 173-174
Item 175-181 Reel 175-181
Item 182-186.5 Reel 182-186
Item 187-203 Reel 187-203
Item 204.1-204.11 Reel 204 (1)
Item 204.12-204.24 Reel 204 (2)
Item 204.25-204.36.1 Reel 204 (3)
Item 204.37-204.47 Reel 204 (4)
Item 205.1-206.7 Reel 205-206
Item 207.1-207.6 Reel 207
Item 208.1-208.9 Reel 208
Item 209.1-209.10 Reel 209
Item 210.1-210.7 Reel 210
Item 211.1-211.4 Reel 211
Item 212.1-212.11 Reel 212
Item 213.1-213.5 Reel 213
Item 214-216 Reel 214-216

Acknowledgments to the 1997 Microfilm Edition

We are grateful to many people for their assistance in the archival processing, preservation and conservation treatment and microfilming of the Ethnological Documents Collection.
We would particularly like to thank the following linguists for giving generously of their time in authenticating and describing the following Native American languages: Dr. Catherine Callaghan, Miwok languages; Dr. Victor Golla, Humboldt State University, Na Dené languages of Northwestern California; Dr. Jane Hill, University of Arizona, Cupeño; Dr. Leanne Hinton, U.C. Berkeley, Yana and Yahi; Dr. Sally McLendon, Hunter College, Pomo languages; and Dr. Michael Nichols, Miwok, Paiute and Zuñi languages.
Staff members Jan Hawley, Dody Van Dyke, Robert Piercy, Muoi Huynh, Dennis Jefferson and Meg Cudal at BMI Imaging Systems, Inc., in Sunnyvale, California did an outstanding job of microfilming the collection, a task made more difficult by the fragility of some documents and their wide range of size and format.
The staff of the University of California, Berkeley Library Preservation Department, including Barclay Ogden, Lynn Jones, Ann Swartzell, Cameron Olen, Nancy Harris, Charles Stewart and Robert Byler, provided funding as well as expertise in conservation and preservation and microfilmed some of the most difficult items.
William M. Roberts, University Archivist and Curator of the Ethnological Documents Collection, gave us the benefit of his wise counsel. We had intelligent and diligent help from our student assistants, Brian C. Pierini, Benjamin C. Scott, and Jessica Lage. Bancroft Technical Services staff member Jenny Yoshida made corrections and prepared the final version of the finding aid.

Introduction [to the Guide to Ethnological Documents (1-203) of the Department and Museum of Anthropology, University of California Berkeley ]

This Guide represents the culmination of some five years' work by the compiler which was initiated in December, 1965. In excess of 50,000 pages of manuscripts and field notes, and thousands of plates and photographs, were sorted, researched, indexed and archived in a decimal system. In 1957-1958, A. L. Kroeber had compiled the first catalog of Museum manuscripts, then numbering but thirty-nine. Beside these relatively few items remained an enormous quantity of collections stored then in the mezzanine of the Anthropology Library of Kroeber Hall. In 1967, Kroeber's list was augmented and edited by the writer, and was then published (Kroeber and Valory 1967) to initiate knowledge of the collection's existence in the academic community at large.
In 1969, a joint committee of Department of Anthropology faculty and Lowie Museum staff met and decided to accept an offer by the University Archives to absorb the collections. By this time, in excess of 150 of the collections had been archived, and their value was becoming known to scholars throughout the United States; numerous scholars came to Berkeley thereafter to examine and utilize the mainly unpublished sources. The lack of adequate facilities to store and use the collections, however, severely hampered this activity, and the Department/Museum "Archives" had merely unofficial status.
The accumulation of these collections began as early as the Department of Anthropology itself (1901), and the Guide, together with the important endnotes, is in itself a meandering history of both the Department and of the course and development of ethnology in California. The collections are significant mainly for their relevance to North American Indian--and California Indian in particular--studies, although there are as well significant Pacific collections. Notable among the archival items are the collections of works by P. E. Goddard, E. W. Gifford, to some extent those of A. L. Kroeber and T. T. Waterman. The private correspondence and scientific papers of A. L. Kroeber and R. H. Lowie are not a part of this collection and are now located in The Bancroft Library. Department and Museum official correspondence to 1958 was also shifted to the University Archives in 1969.
The ethnological documents of the Department and Museum are now available for use to serious scholars, and individuals interested in them should contact the University Archivist, for rules respecting the examination and reproduction of the contents. As a courtesy, permission for citation or publication, in part or in whole, of the collections should be secured, in writing, in advance from the authors where living. In many cases, living authors' addresses can be obtained from either the Lowie Museum files or from the Department of Anthropology in Kroeber Hall; authorization for the use of the collections per se is not necessary on the part of the Museum or Department, however. The University Archivist has sole authority in this matter.
It is hoped that in years to come, the collections now in the University Archives will be utilized to their capacity, as fresh field sources and opportunities for research on traditional cultures of North American Indian societies are swiftly drying up, and the domain of historical Indian civilizations is slipping into the realm of paleoanthropology, and the traditional American Indian is disappearing. As this phenomenon increasingly becomes the general rule, scholars will turn ever increasingly in kind to library and archival sources for new insight and data, and such collections as those in the Archives will gain new and deeper significance.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The writer is grateful to many individuals who responded to queries during the researching of the collections. I would like to especially acknowledge the assistance of the following persons: Mr. Robert Pfeiffer, Anthropology Librarian; Dr. V. K. Golla of George Washington University; Dr. John Rowe, Dr. Robert Heizer, Dr. J. N. Anderson, the late Dr. T. D. McCown, Dr. N. H. H. Graburn, and Dr. Alan Dundes of the University of California, Berkeley; Dr. William Bright and Dr. Harry Hoijer of the University of California, Los Angeles, Dr. Cora Du Bois of Harvard University; Dr. Catherine McClellan of the University of Wisconsin; Dr. T. S. Kauffman of the University of Pittsburg; Dr. Frank J. Essene of the University of Kentucky; Dr. F. S. Hulse of the University of Arizona; Mrs. Delila Gifford; Mrs. Theodora Kroeber-Quinn; Dr. A. B. Elsasser, Mr. Frank Norick, Mr. Gene Prince, and Miss S. R. Gudmundsen of the R. H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology; Dr. W. W. Elmendorf, Dr. J. H. Steward, Dr. Reo Fortune, Dr. C. D. Forde, Dr. Isabel T. Kelly, Dr. Julius Moshinsky, Dr. Shirley Silver, Mr. J. R. K. Kantor of the University Archives; and Dr. Margaret Mead of the American Museum of Natural History.
Berkeley, California

October 1971

[Dale Valory

Archeological Research Facility

Department of Anthropology

University of California at Berkeley

Berkeley, California]

Scope and Content of Collection

The Ethnological Documents of the Department and Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, is composed of 216 separate collections of varying size, spanning the period 1875 to 1958, with the exception of a Quiché Maya manuscript leaf, dating from the 17th Century. The collection is comprised of manuscripts, field notes, and other linguistic, ethnographic and ethnobotanical documents, including card files, newsclippings, genealogical tables, charts, maps, drawings, photographs, as well as some original microfilm. Some of the data was gathered by Berkeley anthropology graduate students for the Culture Element Distribution Survey, under the direction of Alfred L. Kroeber. Many of the manuscripts contain notations in Kroeber's hand. The documents were transferred from the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology (now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology) to The Bancroft Library in 1970.
As originally described in Dale Valory's 1971 Guide to Ethnological Documents (1-203) of the Department and Museum of Anthropology, University of California Berkeley, the collection is particularly rich in cultural and linguistic information about California Indians. Noteworthy documents include Pliny E. Goddard's notes and manuscripts on California Athabaskan (Na Dené) languages, as well as Edward Sapir's celebrated work with Ishi, the last speaker of Yahi, and on other Yanan languages. The work of Thomas T. Waterman on the Yurok, Diegueño and Yana languages is well represented, as is that of Paul L. Faye on the Cupeño and Philip S. Sparkman on the Luiseño languages. There is a substantial quantity of Edward W. Gifford's much sought-after field notes and manuscripts concerning linguistic groups from throughout California. Documentation of several Paiute languages and cultures figures prominently in the notebooks compiled by Frederick S. Hulse and Frank J. Essene, which are unusual in that Native Americans were sometimes employed to record as well as to supply information. Also worth noting are Abraham M. Halpern's Pomo-Patwin field notes, and the myths, tales and vocabulary collected by Waterman, Charles F. Voegelin and Erminie Wheeler-Voegelin from Tubatulabal informants. There are many smaller yet still significant collections, including information on Nisenan and other Maidu languages, recorded during the brief anthropological career of Hugh W. Littlejohn.
In addition to California languages, the Ethnological Documents Collection also contains linguistic and cultural information from other parts of the country, as well as from abroad. Examples include the seminal work on the Tohono O'Odham language of Arizona by Juan Dolores and Kroeber; Halpern's detailed Yuma linguistic and Papago ethnographic notes; William W. Elmendorf's lengthy Twana and Skokomish field notes; Ronald L. Olson's papers on the Kwakiutl and Tlingit; and Waterman's research on the tribes of the Puget Sound region. From further afield come John Garvan's manuscripts on linguistics and ethnology from the Philippine Islands, as well as documentation of Gifford's work in Oceania.
Since the appearance of Valory's Guide in 1971, the Ethnological Documents Collection has doubled in size. Recent additions to the collection include over 100 field notebooks, containing interviews with Pomo, Wailaki, Nomlaki, Konkow, Yuki, Maidu, Paiute, and Lone Pine Shoshoni informants, which were conducted under the auspices of the United States Works Projects Administration and the California State Employment Relief Administration during the 1930s. Some of these notebooks are remarkable for the level of detail of the information. More recently, multiple drafts of The Sparkman Grammar of Luiseño have been transferred from the Albert L. Kroeber Papers (BANC MSS C-B 925) and added to Sparkman's extensive documentation of the grammar and vocabulary of the Luiseño. Manuscripts on the culture and language of the Yurok and the Diegueño also have been transferred to the Ethnological Documents Collection from the Kroeber Papers. Two late additions to the collection are Arden R. King's field notes on the Mountain (Northeast) Maidu and Gifford's notes on the Karok. The collection's expanded size has been caused in part by careful conservation work and improved housing of documents, including the mylar encapsulation of fragile documents, and the creation of custom-sized acid-free boxes for fragile items.
The final part of the finding aid consists of four indices, three of which were provided by Valory. The Index of Authors [and Compilers] (I) has been updated to reflect recent additions to the collection. Further expanding and enriching access to the holdings of the Ethnological Documents Collection is a newly-created Index of Informants (II), with over 2,200 names. This new index augments Dale Valory's original Author-Persons Index, which had excluded the names of Native American consultants. The Index of Linguistic and Tribal Names (III) has been modernized to show current as well as historic names. The Subject Index (IV) has been left as Valory created it. The finding aid concludes with Valory's bibliography of works cited.

Endnotes

Note

Note 1. Intended for use in her publication (1932).

Note

Note 2. Found at Mission Santa Inés (California) by Walsh and transferred to the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology [now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology] by Professor Bolton on May 23, 1930. While it appears to have been composed in the Inezeño Chumash dialect, it may not be. Professor Madison Beeler, who examined and copied this document in 1969, is quite sure that it is Barbareño and not Inezeño. He speculates that since Santa Inés was utilized as a retirement retreat for missionaries after the secularization of 1835, the document may have been brought there from Mission Santa Barbara.

Note

Note 3. An outline of the contents is included in Kroeber and Valory 1967:2.

Note

Note 4. Compiled for verification of the identity of tribes under survey. Cf. Kroeber and Valory 1967:14, f. 3.

Note

Note 5. With an explanatory note by Barrett to A. L. Kroeber, written on November 11, 1955.

Note

Note 6. Dated June 22, 1931.

Note

Note 7. Cf. A. L. Kroeber and D. Valory 1967:14, ff. 4-5.

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Note 8. Cf. also Item 81 and Item 82.

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Note 9. Regarding Benson and the controversy surrounding his reliability as well as the status of this collection, cf. Kroeber and Valory 1967:14-15, f. 7.

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Note 10. Apparently dictated by the informant in English.

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Note 11. This was originally intended by Gifford to be included in his monograph (1967) on the Southwestern Pomo, but the monograph, including only the Russian account of the Coastal Pomo by Peter Kostromitinov (Gifford 1967, 1-4), was published posthumously without it. Collection #10 [in Kroeber, A. L. and Valory, D., Ethnological Manuscripts (1-39) in the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology, Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers, 37:1-22, 1967] was the original number for the microfilm material on the Philippine Negritos by John Garvan, which is now numbered Item 52m.

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Note 12. Cf. von Baer and von Helmersen 1839.

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Note 13. Gathered originally from the University of California, the American Museum of Natural History, the Southwestern, Peabody, Field, and Los Angeles County Museums for a dissertation project which later was abandoned. For further background data, cf. Kroeber and Valory 1967:15, ff.10-11. [For copies of photographs, please contact the institution listed on the back of each photograph.] The original collection contained the following number of prints: Cahuilla (85), Luiseño (36), Chemehueve (20), Gabrileño (4), Diegueño (22), Juaneño (8), Serrano (6), Coahuila (2), Chumash (15), and unidentified Mission Indian baskets (474).

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Note 14. Item 17, a list of specimens which corresponds to this collection [of photographs], also contains notes on (1) Paiute, (4) Yokuts, (1) Pima, and (1) Washo baskets in this item number. [Notation as recorded in 1968 Guide. These notes are missing.] The list does not fully match the item's contents.

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Note 15. Among the most valuable holdings in the Department's archives is Pliny E. Goddard's collection of linguistic and mythological manuscript materials. Most of them are unpublished. They are mainly the yield of his ambitious and indefatigable study of the Athapaskan-speaking [sic] tribes of North America and of California in particular. Most of the Goddard Collection came to the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology [now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology] in 1941-1942, through the generosity of Gladys Reichard, executrix of the Goddard estate. In the name of the Museum, A. L. Kroeber received the manuscripts and examined them in detail in 1957-1958. Kroeber prepared a report on the material, which was published after his death, under the editorship of Herbert Landar in 1967. A word of caution: the numbering system for the Goddard Collection has been reorganized. The system presented in the initial index in Kroeber and Valory 1967: 4-6 is no longer valid.

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Note 16. This appears to be residua of troublesome or superfluous items which Goddard found unsuitable to print in his Chilula Texts, 1914. Regarding tales 11-14, Goddard wrote in November 1905, "Told by Milla Ketz, Redwood Creek. No interpreter was present. They do not seem to be connected. Probably of no value except as indicating direction of further inquiry." For a detailed inventory of this item, cf. Kroeber and Valory 1967.

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Note 17. These are miscellaneous items which were somehow separated from 12.6. They appear to be taken from the Wailaki notebooks now in the possession of the American Philosophical Society (cf. Freeman 1966: 380), from which the mythology was published in Goddard's Wailaki Texts (1923).

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Note 18. Kroeber thought these were possibly Tolowa. They are not. The first of the myths, "Fisher," has been published (Goddard 1923).

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Note 19. Regarding problematic aspects of this item, cf. Kroeber and Valory 1967: 16, f. 18.

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Note 20. Texts numbered 1-3, 7-9, 13, 16, 29, and 37 have only been partially translated. The value of this manuscript seems obvious: neither Goddard nor anyone else ever published any Nongatl linguistic material. There is nothing in print concerning Nongatl mythology.

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Note 21. Goddard originally intended or hoped (letter of April 7, 1922) that Kroeber would publish Wailaki Texts in the University of California publication series, but he did not. The particular value of this item [12.6] is that while the greater part of the texts which accompanied the free translations was published, this original manuscript has ethnographic descriptions and explanations which greatly enhance the ethnological value of both texts and tales in translation.

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Note 22. This item contains some 45 myths and tales which this editor [D. V.] has re-examined, typed and researched with the intention of publishing them with an ethnographic introduction. This has been done in conjunction with his own field work on Tolowa ethnography, linguistics, and folklore. This work is presently in completed manuscript form.

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Note 23. These dates are taken from the notebooks now in the Boas Collection in the American Philosophical Society Library. Cf. Freeman 1966: 80, 185, 373.

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Note 24. This microfilm corresponds to the American Philosophical Society Library’s Boas Collection, item no. 30/Na20e.1-2137 (cf. Freeman 1966: 231), or a portion of it. It is the contents of two field notebooks, which also contain village sites, surveys, texts, and notes. The original notebooks were donated to the Society in 1946 by A. L. Kroeber, who made this microfilm in July, 1957.

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Note 25. This item was inspected by Baumhoff prior to the publication of his monograph (1958) on Northwest California Athapaskans. It is not certain whether all data in it has been published.

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Note 26. Also in this collection is a map (one of three) with a partial list of Yurok villages. This attempt at a Yurok geography was superseded by Waterman's (1920a) intensive study.

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Note 27. Some of this data was utilized in Goddard's (1928) study of pitch accent in the Hupa language.

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Note 28. Goddard, in his Kato Texts (1907: 68), acknowledges Sapir's assistance. Victor Golla kindly aided me in the identification of handwriting in this item.

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Note 29. For information on the historical background of these manuscripts, cf. Kroeber and Valory 1967: 17, f. 29.

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Note 30. Cf. (Kroeber 1967). This item was apparently designed to accompany a publication of the Nongatl texts (cf. 125).

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Note 31. Found with the original manuscript of Kato Texts (1907), but never published.

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Note 32. The Department of Linguistics Survey of California and Other American Indian Languages, has a quantity of Harrington's extant field notes on California Indian languages, including his Esselen material. They must, of course, be used with extreme caution, owing to the idiosyncracies of their author's peculiar mentality. This manuscript [Item 13] contains an historical overview and introduction to the material. If the linguistic data is ever published, the manuscript ought to accompany it, in some form.

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Note 33. Regarding Kroeber's personal view of this manuscript, cf. Kroeber and Valory 1967: 17, f. 31.

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Note 34. A note by A. L. Kroeber on the folder states, "Lent. . .to Prof. Madison Beeler, who made a copy of same, in connection with his study of S(anta) B(arbara) Chumash (June, 1958)."

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Note 35. This is essentially a letter, dated May 19, 1913, from Harrington, then in Santa Barbara, to E. W. Gifford at the Museum in San Francisco. It contains what appear to be linguistic items matching what informant Justo was supposed to have uttered on film. Whether or not it is the full text--or only what Harrington, in a hasty departure from San Francisco had omitted to leave with Gifford is uncertain.

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Note 36. This material was gathered for typing in this form about 1946. Later, much of it was incorporated into Kroeber and Gifford's joint monograph (1949) on world renewal ceremonialism in Northwestern California. Cf. also Items 63 64.

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Note 37. Dr. Hohenthal informed the editor that he anticipates reworking this material in the near future, and it should be a valuable addition to California ethnography. This item is not presently available to other scholars without the author's express, written permission. [This restriction no longer applies.]

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Note 38. For background information on this item, cf. Item 11; cf. also Kroeber and Valory 1967:15, ff. 10-11.

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Note 39. The maps that accompany this study were found much later after this collection had been archived (cf. Item 32). Respecting the background of this item, Kroeber records (Kroeber and Valory 1967: 18, f. 37) that Littlejohn was "once a graduate student in anthropology, but he died some years later (1930 Ed.)," and that his material "represents field work done by him in 1928. . .and with it goes no. 19 which is a. . .notebook containing vocabularies. I think the quality of the data is good. Littlejohn was conscientious and careful and an intelligent person with considerable educational background."

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Note 40. For an outline of contents, consult the collection itself, or cf. Kroeber and Valory 1967:7.

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Note 41. Includes 12 photographs of sites referred to in the text.

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Note 42. Comprises material towards completion of the manuscript in 18.1; cf. also Items 19, 32 and 69.

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Note 43. Cf. Item 18.

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Note 44. Sponsored by the National Museum of Canada. The data in this item and Item 21 are presently to be published by Dr. McClellan by contract with the Museum.

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Note 45. A more detailed inventory of the contents may be found in Kroeber and Valory 1967:19, ff. 42 44.

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Note 46. The original typed carbons of these data were returned to Dr. McClellan in October, 1968 at her request, and a photocopy was retained.

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Note 47. Cf. also Kroeber and Valory 1967:19, f. 45.

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Note 48. When found by Kroeber in 1957-1958, this item was incorrectly labeled. It contains, contrary to the old label, neither reports of visits to Vallejo, California, nor Suisun-Wintun vocabularies. This San Juan material is surely unpublished, as Mason's field trip of October 1961 [1916] occurred well after the publication of his work [April, 1916] on the Northern Mutsun dialect of Costanoan.

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Note 49. The identification of the dialect used in this tale was kindly made by Professor T. S. Kauffman of the University of Pittsburgh. The document was found or bought by Dieseldorff, a businessman of Copán, Guatemala, who donated it to the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology [now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology].

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Note 50. A photocopy of this has been retained for the Archives.

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Note 51. This material was part of Sparkman's personal effects, and was sent to Kroeber after the former's death. Early in his work, Sparkman, through Kroeber, was introduced to Alice Eastwood, a botanist at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. Sparkman worked conscientiously at identifying and supplying Luiseño names for hundreds of specimens, and Eastwood helped him via frequent correspondence. Presumably most or all of the materials gathered early burned in the old Academy building in the 1906 holocaust. The material in Part 2 is all that remains to the University of this endeavor, as far as is known. The linguistic data in Part 3 represents some of Sparkman's corrections to his early draft of the grammar and possibly of the "final" draft which Kroeber and Grace (1960) used. It is by no means certain that there is no additional useful data not consulted by Kroeber or Grace when their volume was in preparation. Parts 4 and 5 are the precursors of Sparkman's organized attempt at a systematic Luiseño grammar, and doubtless date back as far as 1898. The notebooks were not fully used and the estimate of pages represents only those actually used. Cf. Items 26 30.

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Note 52. This may actually be 8b; in any event, one part is missing.

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Note 53. Includes more paradigms, texts, and place names.

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Note 54. Sparkman inadvertently (?) marked two bundles "Part 11."

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Note 55. Typed.

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Note 56. Since the publication of the Kroeber and Grace edition (1960) of the Sparkman grammar, a dictionary of Luiseño has been published by Bright (1968), utilizing some of Sparkman's data, as well as Bright's own field data and that of J. P. Harrington and André Malécot.

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Note 57. The Luiseño portion indicates signs of Sparkman's corrections, particularly of the botanical species names as they were sent to him via Kroeber from university botanists (cf. Item 25).

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Note 58. There is apparently no extant English Luiseño counterpart to this version of the Dictionary.

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Note 59. A pencil note by Kroeber explains his treatment of the dictionary: "This is P. S. Sparkman's final version of his Luiseño English and English Luiseño Dictionary. The Luiseño-English part was gone over by ALK for orthographic restatement in pencil on margins. This was then put onto slips. It was these slips that were pencil checked and rewritten by Kroeber with Luiseño informant, Feliz Calac, in San Francisco around 1909, and they are the basis of [a] subsequent list (lost?--D. V.) typed by W. P. A. [United States Works Projects Administration], 8 23 48."

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Note 60. The English Luiseño also shows marginal notes in pencil by Kroeber, although they are nowhere as extensive as in the Luiseño English, which demonstrates his primary concern for the reconstitution of the Luiseño.

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Note 61. Although it is claimed by Kroeber that Items 29.1 and 29.2 represent the "final version(s)" of the two part dictionary, the contents of this version are identical to those of Item 28, which Kroeber marked with his own forms elicited from the informant Feliz Calacin 1909. Thus this version of the Dictionary and the Grammar with it cannot be much, if at all, earlier than Item 28. Item 28 did not contain a grammar, and this grammar is the only extant [one] which appears "final" in character. Possibly this grammar goes with the dictionaries in Item 28; the diacritics and corrections in both sets of dictionaries are identical. Cf. also Items 26 28.

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Note 62. The contents of Items 29.3.1-29.3.4 are arranged in accordance with the published version of The Sparkman Grammar of Luiseño.

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Note 63. This is a rough draft manuscript containing data subsequently published in monograph form (Pearsall 1950). It is not certain that the monograph represents all the data herein.

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Note 64. These maps go with Littlejohn's manuscript and field notes on Nisenan geography (cf. Items 18-19).

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Note 65. Kroeber (Kroeber and Valory 1967:19, f. 52) was under the impression that the date of this item appeared within. The presence of Yokuts (Penutian stock) material in the comparative vocabularies suggests that it predates the time when Yokuts' linguistic affliations were known to be Penutian (Dixon and Kroeber 1913). That is, the editor assumes Waterman had been attempting to compare Yokuts and Tubatulabal as possibly related genetically, but this is merely an educated guess. For more information on this item, cf. Kroeber and Valory (loc. cit.).

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Note 66. These recordings are the old Edison cylinders, in the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology [now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology], catalogue 14/1602 1684, which were transcribed onto magnetic tape in 1957 1958, under Kroeber's direction. One set of tapes is in the Museum, and a duplicate was deposited in the Department of Linguistics (tapes L 6 through L 9). How the old cylinders correspond (by catalogue number) to the notebooks (by number and page) is outlined in Kroeber and Valory 1967:20, f. 55.

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Note 67. Rest of notebook unused.

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Note 68. Yahi notions respecting the afterlife. The remainder of the items in this collection (Notebook 5) are reminiscences or ethnographic descriptions.

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Note 69. Not recorded on phonograph.

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Note 70. Only the Chico map is annotated. The Dillon Ranch village is indicated in the upper left-hand corner on Singer Creek.

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Note 71. Waterman must have typed out this list for "field" use, i.e. for interviewing the captive Ishi in the Oroville Jail. Batwi's remarks are marked with the notation "B…"

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Note 72. Recorded at Burns, Oregon (?).

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Note 73. Kroeber notes that this list originally was prepared by Marsden and revised by Juan Dolores. Cf. Item 38, also (Marsden 1923).

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Note 74. Cf. Item 27.

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Note 75. Cf. (Waterman 1911).

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Note 76. The authorship of this manuscript is conjectural (Kroeber and Valory 1967:21, f. 61); the originality [provenance] of the data cannot be presently established.

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Note 77. Cf. Item 41.

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Note 78. Kroeber notes that this item dates from a time when Tozzer was Dixon's field assistant and trainee (cf. Item 40).

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Note 79. This material was compiled during 1935 by State Emergency Relief Administration project #24 F2 62, under the supervision of Frank J. Essene. It comprises salvage ethnography taken down by hired interviewers and translators. These are carbon copies of the original notebooks, most of which are still retained by the Archives [now at The Bancroft Library]. The typescript is not complete for all the notebooks in the collection. [The typescript also contains variations when compared to the originals. These variations pertain to vocabulary, style, tone, and expression, including the omission and/or addition of text. In some instances, the stories have been re-ordered in the typescript and have vocabulary notes].

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Note 80. Essene's original field notebook numbers.

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Note 81. This manuscript must date from about 1906 (see note below), and parts or possibly all of it were incorporated into a monograph (1908) by Sparkman. Cf. also Items 25 30.

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Note 82. Sparkman, through Kroeber, had his botanical specimens identified by Alice Eastwood at the old California Academy of Sciences. Apparently a good number of the records concerning this collection's specimens was lost when the Academy building burned in 1906.

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Note 83. This microfilm was prepared through the generosity of Father John M. Cooper of the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., and was then donated, via A. L. Kroeber, to the Archives, about 1948. Cf. also Items 53, 144, and 147. [See Note 188 for a general background to the Garvan materials.]

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Note 84. About 1930. Most of the Garvan material is contained and explained in Item 144. Cf. also Item 52m. [See Note 188 for a general background to the Garvan materials.]

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Note 85. Garvan's title is "Moro Poetry: Lyric, Religious, Martial."

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Note 86. It is not known how these manuscripts came to the University of California. Perhaps they were originally given to A. L. Kroeber. In any event, this and the following items (Items 56 58) are all that remain here. Most [of the Washington Matthews Collection] was donated by Theodore Doney McCown, Chairman of the Department of Anthropology, to other more appropriate museums in 1951. [See Item 56.]

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Note 87. Sloluck, like the informant in Item 57, was a prisoner following the Modoc War at the federal penitentiary on Alcatraz Island, San Francisco.

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Note 88. Cf. Item 55. [See also BANC MSS 86/32p FILM. The published Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the Washington Matthews Papers, The Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Santa Fe, New Mexico, is catalogued as Z6616.M363.W47 1985.]

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Note 89. For identification of the informant, cf. Note 87.

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Note 90. Matthews Manuscript Collection, No. 614. Item 58 appears to be No. 708 of the Matthews Manuscript Collection. [There are edges of 29 excised pages, showing text fragments.]

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Note 91. The date of this item is approximate, as the list was sent to Pliny E. Goddard on May 1, 1907. Kelsey was an Indian Agent at Large for Northern California.

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Note 92. While the date of this manuscript is unknown, the contents indicate that it is between 1903-1906. The numeral lists are dated individually.

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Note 93. Note by Gayton records that this item was deposited in the RHLMA [the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology, now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology] on December 5, 1941.

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Note 94. Note by Gayton on page i says: "Add to: Yokuts and Western Mono Ethnography MS," apparently indicating her intention to utilize this data in her own monograph (1948).

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Note 95. Note by Gifford: "These have been examined for longhand additions. There are none other than Kroeber's comments." This data was examined by Kroeber in conjunction with the preparation of Kroeber and Gifford's (1949) monograph.

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Note 96. With a letter of June 1, 1940 from Kroeber to Gifford.

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Note 97. This manuscript, doubtless part of the final version prior to the publication of the monograph (Kroeber and Gifford 1949), appears to be incomplete, as the material on "Comparison of Religion in the Three Groups and Conclusions as to Origin and Development" (Hupa, Yurok, Karok D.V.) listed in the table of contents is missing. The text stops somewhere in the middle of a discussion of the Karok. Cf. also Item 15, Item 62, and Item 63.

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Note 98. These dates were obtained from information on Tlingit field work by Olson, as noted in his paper on Chilkat Tlingit trading customs (Olson 1936, 211). Departmental correspondence records that, under Lowie's sponsorship, Olson applied for Social Science Research Council grants for Tlingit field work in February, 1933 and June, 1935. Evidently the Council did finance his work. Only Book II has the date of 1933 in it. This material was apparently donated to the Museum in 1957, as a note on the original parcel containing it bears the date of May 6, 1957. Cf. original field notebooks in Item 130. Photographs with the Olson Tlingit materials are now in RHLMA [the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology, now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology] catalogue, numbers 13/6694 6699.

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Note 99. This is the first of a number of items on Yana language and culture by Sapir (cf. also Items 68, 71, and 129). The likelihood that any of this material has been seen for many, many years is slim. In preparing the Yana Dictionary (Sapir and Swadesh 1960), Morris L. Swadesh and his assistants searched diligently for missing text material that would have added significant entries for the Dictionary, but apparently without success (cf. Swadesh in Sapir and Swadesh 1960: 20). Among the areas searched was the archive of the Department of Anthropology above the present Anthropology Library in Kroeber Hall. It was here that the writer uncovered the Sapir material in December, 1967. It is unknown to what extent this and the following collections might correspond to what Swadesh and his colleagues assumed were missing. Yet surely if what they were seeking had ever been in those archives, this and the following Items (68, 71, and 120) contain it. Readers interested in the historical and theoretical backdrop against which Sapir's work on Yana was undertaken will find useful Kroeber's preface to the Dictionary (Sapir and Swadesh 1960: v vi).

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Note 100. Regarding these texts, cf. (Sapir 1923).

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Note 101. Apparently Littlejohn's initial aim in the field--his work was in July and August of 1928--was to fill in gaps in data retrieved earlier by Gifford. Gifford, who is mentioned several places in these notebooks, must have been his sponsor [advisor] on the project. Cf. also Items 18 19, and 32.

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Note 102. A note in Sapir's hand on the cover of the packet containing these notebooks states: "Collected for the American Museum of Natural History in the late fall and early winter of 1900, from Sam Batwi (Central Yana informant D. V.) and Round Mountain Jack." Cf. Sapir 1910:4; also Item 71.

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Note 103. This material forms the backbone of Sapir's Yana Texts (1910).

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Note 104. Stamped with the number "104000."

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Note 105. Extremely fragile item; stamped with the number "103000."

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Note 106. Stamped with the number "13501."

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Note 107. Cf. also Item 138m.

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Note 108. This work represents largely unpublished field recordings. Many originally with texts (not in this item) were collected by Voegelin; the English versions were collected by Wheeler Voegelin between 1931 1933. Although many of the myths are available in native language texts in published form (Voegelin 1935a, 1935b), those solely in English have not, to the writer's [D. V.’s] knowledge, been published.

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Note 109. The dates are presumed to be 1931 1933, when the material in Item 73 was gathered.

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Note 110. Surely a good deal of this data was utilized in early publications on geography in Northwestern California (e.g. Waterman 1920a; Nomland and Kroeber 1936), but much of it has probably never been published.

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Note 111. This is a list of Spanish terms used to elicit the native terms in the vocabularies.

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Note 112. A Shasta mythology as such was never published by Holt, although her master's thesis in English at the University of California was written on the subject of folk narrative. Her ethnography (1946) contains no mythology.

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Note 113. It is possible to give an approximate date to this manuscript, as a cover note by Kroeber indicates that he sent Jacobs a copy in January, 1937.

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Note 114. The Distribution [sic] covers only Western North America.

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Note 115. This manuscript was originally proposed for publication in Anthropological Records [University of California Press] in 1939. A note by Lantis at the rear of this draft indicates that the author was not satisfied with the concluding chapter and felt that the paper ought not to be published as it was.

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Note 116. Cf. also Item 8 and Item 82.

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Note 117. Cf. Item 8.

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Note 118. None of the material in Item 81 is original field data; rather it represents refined and corrected copies of the original field notes taken down in 1919 1921 and 1927, which are in Item 82.9 14.

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Note 119. Kroeber numbered some pages when he inspected these notebooks in 1958; as elsewhere, the writer [D. V.] considers all used surfaces in notebooks to be pages.

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Note 120. Cf. original field material in 82.12 and 82.14.

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Note 121. Cf. typescript in 81.2.

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Note 122. Kroeber also attached 10 loose pages in pencil that comprise Faye's free translation of the Creation Myth (cf. 82.10). There are longhand copies of the songs in 82.10.4 in 81.5. Regarding the texts, cf. texts in 81.1, 81.3, and 81.4.

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Note 123. I.e., parole, not oration.

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Note 124. Notebooks XII and XIII are not dated, but they may date from 1921. Apparently they are not the original field notes, but reworked data from a later time.

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Note 125. The first three of these notebooks were copied, resulting either in the typescript in 81.3, 81.4, or 81.8. Faye apparently never got around to doing the same for the rest of the notebooks. Cf. 81.1, 81.3 4.

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Note 126. Lines drawn through some of the material in notebooks III IV, as well as other markings, indicate text that was copied out, possibly onto the slips in 82.1 2. Cf. also 81.4 and 81.7.

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Note 127. This was never published to the writer's [D. V.'s] knowledge, although some of the data on which it is based, particularly Steward's Nevada Shoshone(an) (Steward 1939, 1941), have been published (cf. also Item 96). This manuscript antedates 1939; it appears to have been a graduate seminar project, as it was found among Kroeber's papers after his death, as were the other CED [Culture Element Distributions] studies, Items 78 80, 83, 96 97, 124 126.

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Note 128. For other Fort Independence Paiute notes, cf. Item 93.

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Note 129. For other Big Pine Paiute notes, cf. Item 92.

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Note 130. For other Bishop Paiute material, cf. Item 91 and Item 104.

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Note 131. Cf. Item. 84; note also Stewart (1939, 1941). This manuscript is marked by Kroeber as "not published."

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Note 132. A pencil note by Kroeber states "400 plus elements on which L U (?) 'tribal' intercorrelations were based."

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Note 133. "A version. . .told by Mamie Offield at Katimin in August, 1950. Recorded by William Bright." (Note by Kroeber.)

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Note 134. From other sources, we know that this data was gathered in collaboration with Kroeber between 1902 1903. For the most part, this item was superseded and made obsolete by Kroeber's chapter on the Yurok in his Handbook (1925). Yet probably quite a good deal of data remains that would be useful. This writer [D. V.] intends to use this and other Kroeber-Waterman Yurok data for a projected ethnography, uniting once and for all the scattered, unpublished sources as well as his own recent field data. Part of the data in this item went into the publication on the Kepel Fish Dam Ceremony (Waterman and Kroeber 1938).

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Note 135. Some of the geographical data was utilized in Waterman's publication (1925) on the Tolowa, which contains some errors. The writer [D. V.] is presently working on an ethnogeography of the Tolowa and a comparative ethnogeography of Northwestern California tribes.

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Note 136. Gathered under Hulse's supervision as part of State Emergency Relief Administration Project 16 1F 35, 1935 (cf. Items 88 95). Joe Lent, a Paiute, was formerly from Bishop, California. See also Note 79.

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Note 137. This manuscript must have been nearly ready for publication when it was abandoned due to the complications which occurred at the end of Waterman's career. The item was accompanied by numerous photographs, and these have been deposited in the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology [now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology] files, with the following catalogue numbers: negatives 15/24037 24082, positives 13/6405 6613; drawings 17/481 483. One paper (Waterman 1922) compared Puget Sound geography to that of Northwestern California.

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Note 138. Ballard published his Puget Sound mythology (1929) nearly a decade later. Waterman apparently never got around to doing the same with what he had gathered in conjunction with general ethnographic field investigations in that region.

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Note 139. Apparently after 1920.

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Note 140. Cf. Item 106; also (Waterman 1920a).

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Note 141. Cf. also Item 110.

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Note 142. Only pp. 1 5 and pp. 45 50 of this hardbound notebook were used.

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Note 143. Codex Magliabechi.

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Note 144. Apparently typed copies were made, since most of the notebooks are crossed through with red pencil. Cf. Item 66m, Items 114 116; cf. also Olson (1940).

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Note 145. Gardner Canal and Kitlope River, British Columbia.

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Note 146. Cf. also Item 66m; also Item 113, Item 115, Item 116.

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Note 147. Most of the data in these notebooks was copied out (cf. Item 66m), and published in Olson's monograph (1954); cf. also Item 113, Item 114, and Item 116.

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Note 148. Note attached: "All of #1 has been covered in MS," (in Olson 1954--D. V.).

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Note 149. Note attached: "Informant Henry Hanuse rather unreliable. Accordingly, this material used only when checked."

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Note 150. Cf. also Item 66m; also Item 113-115. These notebooks were copied out. Cf. (Olson 1955).

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Note 151. Note attached: "Completed (i.e., copied out D. V.) except for data on pp. 1 6, which has (sic) a Tlingit tale, and (pp.) 59 61 which are from Mrs. M. H. of Tlingit derivation (sic)."

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Note 152. Note attached: "Finished."

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Note 153. Marked "Finished," i.e. copied out. Apparently it was never published.

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Note 154. Dr. Elmendorf is presently (1969), preparing the narratives for publication. It was decided for this reason not to include a detailed inventory of the material here. However, an inventory, with corresponding page numbers in the original field notebooks, is filed with Item 118.11.

Note

Note 155. The ethnography is mostly published with comparative notes on the Yurok by Kroeber in Elmendorf 1960.

Note

Note 156. The myth in English translation appears in abstract form in Forde's ethnography (1931:177, 214 221). This is the only known complete version. This item includes some correspondence and informant lists (7 pp., longhand and typed).

Note

Note 157. This item represents a collection of seminar "field" notes on Nisenan language and ethnology from informant Tom Cleanso, brought to Berkeley by Kroeber in January February, 1925. The pages of all notebooks have lines through them, suggesting that they were eventually typed (or otherwise copied). Cf. Kroeber (1929).

Note

Note 158. The notebook was apparently disposed of by Kroeber. We do not have it now.

Note

Note 159. This notebook is tentatively attributed to Freeland by Kroeber in a note in the upper right hand corner of the first page.

Note

Note 160. Cf. (Waterman 1918).

Note

Note 161. Compiled by Halpern and field assistants under a State Emergency Relief Administration project. Cf. (Halpern 1946, 1946 1947).

Note

Note 162. Cf. (Waterman 1918).

Note

Note 163. This item was found with a collection of archaeological and CED [Culture Element Distributions] studies, in rough draft form, in Kroeber's office at the time of his death. Possibly it represents a collaboration between Omer C. Stewart and Philip Drucker, but this is a mere guess; possibly it is by Kroeber. The other papers accompanying it are dated 1940.

Note

Note 164. The identity of this otherwise unmarked item seems certain from the initials on each page: "JHP:SCC." The date is not certain, but as most of this was published in 1941 (Kroeber marked some of it "do not use"), it cannot be much earlier than 1940, the date of other materials found with it after Kroeber's death (e.g. Item 124). Mission Indians were included, except for the southernmost Shoshoneans, Hokans, and Yumans. Cf. (Harrington 1942).

Note

Note 165. Cf. (Stewart 1939, 1941).

Note

Note 166. The date of this document is difficult to pinpoint definitely, but probably it dates from 1916, when Thurnwald was at Berkeley. In 1917, he returned to Halle, Germany. Between 1931 1936, he taught at Yale University, then returned to the University of Berlin in 1937. From this point, his contacts with scholars in the United States were severely hampered by World War II.

Note

Note 167. Cf. Item 67.

Note

Note 168. Much of the material in these notebooks has been copied and published (Olson 1967).

Note

Note 169. Kroeber claims "net stems 237."

Note

Note 170. These tales were collected by Jared, presumably a white man, from an unnamed Mohave informant. How A. L. Kroeber obtained them is not known, but he turned them over to Edward Winslow Gifford, then Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology [now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology] director, as Accession no. 1947 B, presumably in 1947. Jared died in 1911.

Note

Note 171. Most of the Dolores Papago material was microfilmed (Item 134.2m) by A. L. Kroeber in 1951. Two copies were made. One went to Dolores' widow, Sylvia Beyer. The Department's copy was borrowed by Madeleine Mathiot in 1960, in order that the texts might be edited for the University of California Publications in Linguistics series (by arrangement with Mary R. Haas--this never materialized). Many of the notebooks have notes attached (apparently by Mathiot), comparing the microfilm (Item 134.2m) with John A. Mason's unpublished Papago texts.
Book 1 corresponds to 134.2m, pp. 1-10, 11-34, according to the attached note. Book III's pagination continues from Book II. Note on cover of Book IV (by Mathiot?): "not in microfilmed copy; different version from (Mason?--Ed.) Text I, Part II." On Book XIV: "Microfilmed; see Part II, pp. 244-255." On Book VI: "See microfilmed text 3, Wars of the Desert People (identical)." On Book XVI: Kroeber's note on cover: "Mason also recorded these texts." On Book XIII: "See Creation, pp. 86-113, microfilm."

Note

Note 172. One other copy is in the possession of Sylvia Beyer, widow of Juan Dolores.

Note

Note 173. These are mostly song texts and myth texts, copied out from the original Dolores field notebooks (cf. 134.1) in order to be prepared for publication. The bundle of texts in 134.8 constitutes the final, pre publication draft of the Papago texts, apparently in their entirety. Item 134.3.1. corresponds to Dolores' Notebook IV (134.1.4); 134.3.2 has a note attached: "See microfilmed Ms., pp. 262 264." A note attached to 134.3.3: "See microfilmed Ms., pp. 244 255." On 134.3.4: "(Same as above), part II, pp. 213 232, identical." On 134.3.5, a note: "See microfilmed Ms., text II, part I, Shavan Uwe," to which Kroeber adds: "English only" (cf. 134.1.7). 134.6 corresponds to RHLMA [Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology, now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology] catalogue no. 14/2255-2257; 134.4.7 to no. 14/2205 2247; 134.4.8 to no. 14/2248 2251; 134.7.1-2 corresponds to Kroeber notebooks #91 92 (Papago "C D").

Note

Note 174. Texts on loose leaves, typed and in longhand. Note by Kroeber states: "No copies elsewhere of this lot."

Note

Note 175. Cf. 134.1.11 13 [Notebooks XII-XIII].

Note

Note 176. Part of this manuscript [134.8.2] was sent by Dolores to William Wallace for possible use in the International Journal of American Linguistics, and was returned after his [Dolores'] death to Kroeber by Charles F. Voegelin. The remainder [134.8.3] included texts which Dolores took with him on his final trip to Tucson, where he died. They were returned to Kroeber by Dolores' sister in August, 1948.

Note

Note 177. This material was mostly utilized in a paper on Papago verb stems (Dolores 1913), although a good deal of it was Kroeber's and was never published. Much of it is marked "not used" (presumably in the 1913 publication). Cf. also (Dolores 1923).

Note

Note 178. This doubtless represents material put onto slips originating in the Kroeber Papago field notes (134.7), possibly also the verb and noun stems utilized in Dolores (1913, 1923); cf.134.10 11.

Note

Note 179. The authorship of this item is unknown. It was thought possibly to be Pliny E. Goddard's, but this is unlikely. Molly Orton, known to have lived well into this century, was a Takelma informant of Sapir's, and the notebook appears to have been written in the 1920's. It just possibly may be Waterman's (who worked in the Northwest in 1921 1922), as some handwriting in it is similar to his.

Note

Note 180. Cf. no. 35.5. The date of this microfilm is unknown; the original field notebook dates from 1911.

Note

Note 181. RHLMA [Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology, now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology] catalogue, no. 15/12663.

Note

Note 182. Much of this material has already been published. It corresponds to the Kelly notebooks 17 23, 25 and 28, now in her possession.

Note

Note 183. Formerly Kelly Collection, no. 26. These notebooks have been copied, with copies presumably in Dr. Kelly's possession. Cf. Item 141 and Item 145m.

Note

Note 184. Formerly Kelly Collection, no. 27; copied. Cf. Item 142 and Item 145m.

Note

Note 185. No mythology or folk tales. This material corresponds to field notes in Item 140; Item 145m is a microfilm negative of this and Item 142.

Note

Note 186. This material corresponds to field notes in Item 139. Item 145m is a microfilm negative of this and Item 41.

Note

Note 187. After Barton's death, in 1948, Kroeber placed most of his unpublished materials in the care of Fred Eggan at the University of Chicago. They were mostly carbon copies. Dr. James N. Anderson has examined 143.1 and suggests that the published version (Barton 1949) may not represent the whole of this manuscript, especially the maps.

Note

Note 188. The history of the Garvan materials is more confusing and complex than that of perhaps any other item. Garvan's work represents voluminous research and considerable field work in the first two decades of the 20th Century, when he was employed in Manila with the U.S. Department of the Interior Ethnological Survey of the Philippines. His work resulted in at least twelve known manuscripts (A L), of which but A D, F, H, J, and L are extant. In addition to these, there are bundles of miscellany found at various times after the main part of Garvan's work was gathered together and typed (1928 1929, 1935, but mostly after his death in 1940).
Several students, faculty, and staff, including John M. Cooper, Harold C. Conklin, Omer C. Stewart, A. L. Kroeber, Robert H. Lowie and L. L. Loud, aided in piecing together and identifying Garvan's peculiar disarray. This was complicated by his unfortunate annoying mental condition just prior to death. The Garvan correspondence is voluminous in itself, and the complexities of the history of this material are best avoided.
The original notebooks for the typescript are no longer with the University; a microfilm was prepared of the Negrito notebooks (Item 52m), and much of the notebook material was typed in 1928-1929. In 1935, the university branch of the Works Projects Administration supported the typing of a good deal more.
Most of the Garvan material was in the possession of the University and was turned over to it by Garvan before his trip to China in 1931. The remainder was found on the premises of Garvan's landlady prior to his death in the summer of 1940. A note of June 11, 1941 by Kroeber suggests that "apparently the landlady had destroyed more manuscripts than she saved." One additional bundle was found as late as 1952 by a friend of the landlady. In an anarchistic note to certain of the faculty in 1937, Garvan, under the paranoid illusion that the University had stolen his materials, threatened to "make a bonfire" of them. It is possible that the material found in the basement represents what Garvan, later rescinding the threat, had threatened to destroy.
The original notebooks, corresponding to the typescript in 144.1-2 and 144.1.4 (as well as Manuscript "H"--apparently never typed out), are in Item 53. Note the comparative Negrito vocabularies in Item 147.

Note

Note 189. Found loose in the Garvan disarray; possibly this belongs with 144.2.2.

Note

Note 190. Note by Harold C. Conklin; texts in addition to letters.

Note

Note 191. This [microfilm] corresponds to Item 141 and Item 142. Dr. Kelly has a positive microfilm of this in her possession in Mexico.

Note

Note 192. A note on the cover: "Karok myths, formulas, and confessions. Original longhand, which has been checked against typescript." This item is, with the exception of Part III, unpublished (cf. Item 172).

Note

Note 193. Formulae for medicinal and purification uses, good luck in hunting, ritual, etc. Cf. Item 173.

Note

Note 194. This material (Gifford 1958) was published posthumously.

Note

Note 195. A description of the Karok shinny or stick game. [See also Item 42.]

Note

Note 196. Cf. also Item 44.

Note

Note 197. An undated note to Clara G. Chilcote, then department secretary, from Halpern states that two notebooks (VIII and XI) had been removed by him for personal use, that they would be returned, and that all the material therein had been copied. (Kroeber notes: "Where is typed copy?"). Halpern apparently never returned the two missing items. Note that I VII correspond to Books 1-7; IX to Book 8; X to Book 9.

Note

Note 198. Other linguistic data in field notebooks by Halpern on the Pomo is presently in the possession of the University of California at Berkeley Department of Linguistics, Survey of California and Other American Indian Languages. Presently they are in use by Dr. Julius Moshinsky, now in New York City. This collection, Item 148, is almost entirely Southeastern Pomo.

Note

Note 199. Notebook #36 could not be found in this collection. [See Notes to Items 205-213 and Item 205.2.]

Note

Note 200. Cf. Item 156.2 3. A quantity of this material (Wilson and Hills, ed. 1968) was published by the University of California Archaeological Research Facility, under the supervision of Robert Fleming Heizer and Elizabeth Colson.

Note

Note 201. The Wilson Collection came to the Archives as a gift of the Wilson Museum in Castine, Maine. The data was collected by Wilson in 1939-1941, under the aegis of the New York University Social Science Field Laboratory. Wilson died before its publication was possible, and data in Wilson and Hills (1968) does not fully represent his work.

Note

Note 202. The notes came to the Archives in four trays; the order of the contents was preserved: 1--old tray Ia; 2--Ib and IIa; 3--IIb; 4--IIIa; 5--IIIb; 6--IV. [Slips are currently arranged so that related subjects are filed together. There are now five boxes of slips.]

Note

Note 203. This material was sent to Kroeber in 1924 at Marsden's death by an acquaintance named C. E. Varney. Indirect clues may help to date the books. Book I contains a blank prescription form with a printed date "190_"; thus we may assume the date of this to be after 1900. Book II has one page of data to which a number of postage stamps became glued, partially covering it. This was the series of 1894 1895. The books are not in chronological order, but were labelled "I" and "II" by the finder. [Book II is no longer part of the collection.]

Note

Note 204. Not published with data in Schenck and Gifford (1952).

Note

Note 205. Kamia entries suggest this was done during or just after the completion of Gifford's Kamia field study in 1931.

Note

Note 206. Part of the data in the field notes collected for Gifford's (1932) monograph. Cf. also Items 168 170.

Note

Note 207. RHLMA [Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology, now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology] catalogue, no. 14/2123 2181.

Note

Note 208. Cf. Kroeber and Gifford (1949); cf. also Item 62.

Note

Note 209. No original typescript found; cf. Schenck and Gifford (1952).

Note

Note 210. Found in a file marked "short papers not submitted for publication."

Note

Note 211. Designed as a popular article. Unpublished. Cf. Item 176.

Note

Note 212. Plates for this paper were to be drawn from RHLMA [the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology, now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology] catalogue nos. 13/1733, 1739, 1741, 1742 44, 1745; 15/8678, 8690 8691, 9172, 9173, 9183 9186, 9192, 9193, and 9211. The prints are in the Museum files.

Note

Note 213. Unpublished. Cf. Gifford (1916).

Note

Note 214. Unpublished. Evidently it was worked on for publication, but the typescript was not organized as such. It also contains transcriptions of phonograph recordings of songs and formulae gathered in 1914.

Note

Note 215. This item was sent to Goddard by the naturalist Grinnell, who collected it in 1898 1899 from Eskimos in the area of his camp on the upper Kowak River, opposite the confluence of the Hunt River. Nearly certain identification of the dialect was made by Nelson H. H. Graburn (April, 1969).

Note

Note 216. A note on original envelope reads, "This was drawn upon by R. B. Dixon in his paper on The Northern Maidu, but was not used in full." Cf. Dixon (1905).

Note

Note 217. This item in itself is not identified, but correspondence of October 7, 1905 indicates that Brewer was collecting tales from local Indians at Chico, California, in Northwestern Maidu territory, and sending information to Kroeber.

Note

Note 218. This material provides the data behind Waterman's publications on the Diegueño (1908, 1909, 1910). It is mostly on ceremonies, but includes myths, numerous songs and dance descriptions.

Note

Note 219. Prepared for comparative California kinship studies with A. L. Kroeber. A letter (January 26, 1916) from Kroeber was included. This letter can be found in Gifford's correspondence file in The Bancroft Library (BANC MSS C-B 768).

Indices

The following cross referenced indices are not meant to represent an exhaustive inventory of the (subject topic) contents of the collections. Collections which readily lent themselves to inspection have been carefully indexed in the Subject Topic Index. Some of the voluminous field notebook collections have not been as carefully inspected. It is felt that scholars utilizing such materials will be in a better position to appraise the contents for themselves; also, in some cases such collections are presently being typed by their authors (e.g. Essene 42 50). The other two [now three]guides, Area Ethnic and Author Persons, are exhaustive. To facilitate use of the Guide, readers are urged to consult suggested cross references in the indices following.
[Dale Valory]

I. Index of Authors [and Compilers]

Except for cases in which they are co authors, names of native informants have not been included in order to conserve space. The sign 'f' denotes minor mention, or mention in footnotes to the entries. The letter ‘m’ indicates that the item is [only represented on] microfilm. [The 2002 version of this index has been expanded to include individuals not listed in the 1971 index, including the collectors of Items 204-213. See also the newly created Index of Informants (II), which is primarily comprised of Native American informants.]
Allen, Lawrence
204.4
Anderson, James N.
187f
Angulo, Jaime de
128.4, 200
Anonymous
124, 135, 147.5.3, 147.5.5-147.5.8
August, Helen
207.1-207.2
Baker, Isaac J.
210.3
Ballard, Arthur C.
107.2
Bancroft, Hubert Howe
128.14, 128.20-128.21, 128.25
Barrett, Samuel Alfred
7, 128.17, 184, 214
Barrows, David Prescott
147.5.1
Barton, Roy Franklin
143
Beals, Ralph Leon
128.1
Beeler, Madison Scott
3f, 14f
Bell, Albert
204.42-204.46
Bellas, Roy
210.4, 212.1-212.6
Benedict, Ruth
128.15
Berkov, Bernard
128.21
Bermudez, R. D.
147.5.12
Beyer, Sylvia
134f
Bolton, Herbert Eugene
3
Brewer, W. A.
185
Bright, William
27f, 98
Britton, Frank W.
204.27-204.33
Brooks, Sheilagh
33.2
Brown, I. C.
144.1.6
Buff, Philip
208.4, 209.4
Butcher, Evelyn
205.1
Cabello, Jose
147.5.10
Campbell, Clarence
204.1.2-204.2
Castelo, Julio
147.5.13
Checo, Ester
212.9-212.11
Chever, Edward E.
182
Chilcote, Clara G.
148f
Colby, Frederick Vernon
128.11
Colson, Elizabeth
156f
Conklin, Harold C.
54m, 144f
Cooper, John
144f
Cooper, John M.
52m
Crone, F. L.
147.5.4
Dangberg, Grace
4
Dazey, Betty
31
Dewey, Edith
206.5-206.7, 213.5.2
D'Harnoncourt, René
137m
Dieseldorff, Erwin P.
24
Diwa, Thomas
128.4, 200-147.5.11
Dixon, Roland Burrage
40, 41f, 70, 95, 128.4, 128.8, 128.19, 184f
Dolores, Juan
37f, 38, 132, 134
Doudiet, N., Mrs.
156f
Driver, Harold Edson
5
Drucker, Philip
124f
Du Bois, Cora Alice
6
DuBois, Constance Goddard
30, 164
Dumlao, Zacarias
147.5.14
Duncan, Roy
204.41
Dutcher, B. H.
128.11
Earl, Alfred
208.9
Eastwood, Alice
25f, 51f
Eckman, K.
33.2
Eggan, Fred
143f
Elmendorf, William Welcome
118
Essene, Frank J.
42-50, 85, 86, 87, 149f, 204-213
Faye, Paul Louis
8, 81, 82, 128.9
Forde, Cyril Daryll
119
Frank, William
204.4
Freeland, Lucy Shepard
9.3, 9.4, 120.5
Gamboa, Isayas
147.5.15
Garvan, John M.
10f, 52m, 53, 144, 147
Gayton, Anna Hadwick
61, 120.4
Gerow, Bert A.
11, 17
Gifford, Edward Winslow
10, 14f, 15, 62-64, 69f, 133f, 146, 160-181, 187-199, 201-203, 215
Goddard, Pliny Earle
12, 24.2, 59f, 135f, 183, 197
Golla, Victor
12f
Graburn, Nelson H. H.
183f
Greiner, Ruth Helen
9
Grinnell, Joseph
183
Gunther, Erna
83
Haas, Mary Rosamond
134f
Hackett, Mrs.
212.8
Halpern, Abraham Meyer
122, 148
Harrington, John Peabody
13, 14, 27f, 125
Harrison, Sam
206.1, 207.4
Heizer, Robert Fleming
156.1
Hewes, Gordon Winant
214
Hohenthal, William Dalton
16
Holt, Catharine
77
Hooper, Lucille
128.5
Howard, Cline
208.2-208.3
Hulse, Frederick Seymour
88-94, 104, 149-155, 205.2
Jackson, Edgar
204.5-204.7
Jacobs, Melville
78
Jared, Charles E.
133
Johnson, Hank
204.2
Johnson, Jean Bassett
76
Jose, Teofilo
147.5.9
Kauffman, T. S.
24f
Kelly, Isabel Truesdell
72, 128.11, 138-142, 145m
Kelsey, C. E.
59, 60
King, Arden R.
216
Kostromitinov, Petr
10f
Langley, Miriam J.
204.16-204.18
Lantis, Margaret
79
Libby, Dorothy R.
20, 21
Littlejohn, Hugh W.
18, 19, 32, 69
Loeb, Edwin Meyer
128.13
Loud, Llewellyn L.
128.16, 144f
Lowie, Robert Harry
65f, 144f
Lyon, D. B.
199
Magliabechi Codex
112
Malécot, André
27f
Maloney, Joseph
22
Marsden, W. L.
37, 159
Mason, John Alden
23, 134.1f
Mason, Merciel
128.21, 128.23, 128.25, 128.35
Mathiot, Madeleine
134f
Matthews, Washington
55-58
McClellan, Catharine
20, 21
McCown, Theodore Doney
55f, 56
McKern, Will Carleton
126.12, 197
McLane, Wilsey
204.21-204.22, 204.36-204.38
Merone, Tom
208.1
Milton, Guy
209.6, 210.5
Mitchell, Taylor
204.8.2-204.9
Moshinsky, Julius
148f
Naboisek, Herbert
128.4, 128.6, 128.17
Naylor, Louis
209.1, 209.5
Norick, Frank Albert
216
Olson, Ronald Leroy
65, 66m, 113-117, 130
O'Neale, Lila Morris
1
Parker, L.
147.5.2
Parrish, J. L.
22
Pearsall, Marion
31
Post, R. H.
156.1
Radin, Paul
128
Richards, Arthur
207.5, 208.7-208.8, 209.2-209.3
Riddell, Francis Allen
33
Riggins, Elizabeth
204.13-204.15
Sapir, Edward
12f, 67, 68, 70f, 71, 129, 135f, 197
Saulque, Adaline
205.3
Schaffer
128.8
Schenck, Sara Moffatt
174
Scholgen
128.8
Scott, O. J. W.
144.1.6
Shutler, Mary Elizabeth
33.3
Smith, Martin R.
80
Sparkman, Philip Stedman
25-30, 51, 128.7
Spier, Leslie
128.6
Steward, Julian Haynes
84, 96, 128.11
Stewart, Omer Call
84, 124f, 126, 144f
Story, H. H.
9.2
Sultan of Sulu
144.2.2
Swadesh, Morris
67f
Symmes, John
208.6, 209.7-209.10, 210.1-210.2
Thrall, Barbara
61
Thurnwald, Richard
127
Tozzer, Alfred Marston
24.2f, 41
Valory, Dale
12.5f, 12.6f, 12.7f, 73
Varney, C. E.
159f
Voegelin, Charles Frederick
73, 134f
Walker, Harriet A.
123
Wallace, William
134f
Walsh, Marie T.
3
Ward, Wilda
204.24
Warlie, Lee
206.3-206.4, 213.1
Washburn, Sherwood Larned
156.1
Waterman, Thomas Talbot
2, 12f, 34-36, 75, 99-103, 105-112, 121, 123, 128.17, 135f, 136m,
Weymouth, W. D.
39
Wheeler Voegelin, Erminie
73, 74, 216
White, Ella
204.13
Williams, Billy
211.1-211.4
Williams, Rollin
208.5
Wilsey, Eleanor
204.34-204.35
Wilson, Birbeck
156
Young, Sam
204.23

(II). Index of Informants

This newly compiled Index of Informants is not exhaustive, because it includes only those names which have been identified as informants in the documents. (There are also names of Native Americans throughout the collection who may have been informants, although they were not identified as such.) The names of informants were compiled from the title and description of the item in the Container Listing and from the documents themselves, which in some cases include a list. The informants' names are recorded as they are spelled in the manuscripts. Thus the same informant may appear on more than one occasion in the index under different names and spellings.
When looking for a particular individual, it is important to look under all possible variations of that person's name, including both their Native American and English names, nicknames, and titles, as well as first and last names. Where it was clear from the document itself that two or three names belonged to the same individual, the names have been cross-referenced or placed in parentheses. In other cases, a cross-reference is made where such a relationship appeared probable. When there are two different individuals with the same name, the linguistic tribal name is given in parentheses to distinguish between them, if this information is known.
Abe
157. See also rä kä s.
Acibida, Alejandro
54
Ackerman, Curtis
12.9
Ackerman, Evelyn
12.9
Ada
12.14
Adams, Abrello
16
Adams, George
106
Adams, Jack
100, 106, 109
Adams, Jack, Mrs.
100, 106, 107.1
Adams, John
101.2, 106
Adams, John
16 (Diegueño) See also Adams, Juan.
Adams, Juan
16. See also Adams, John.
Adams, Mary
83
Adams, Pamela
120.4
Adolph
186.1
Agnes
156.3
Aguilar, José
16
Albert
12.1
Albert, John
106
Alberta
156.3
Aldama, Pedro
16
Aldama, Rosa (Jesús)
16
Alec, Martha
163
Alexander, Ed
163
Alfred
12.9
Allan
21
Allan, Albert, Mrs.
21
Allan, Genevieve
156.3
Allan, Harry
21
Allan, Jessie, Mrs.
20, 21
Allan (Allen), Kitty
20
Allen (?), Arthur
60
Allen, Ellen
15, 63, 64, 215.1-.2
Allen, Elsie
156.3
Allen, Frank
83, 118.5-.11
Allen, Henry
118.1-.4, 118.9-.10
Allen, John, Mrs.
1.2, 1.8
Allen, Lawrence
156.3
Allen, Marcie
156.3
Allen, Sam
163
Allen, Virginia
156.3
Alonzo, Josi
163
Alston, John
88, 151
Alvarez, Nestor
16
Ambrosio
60
Amits
99.4.5. See also Umits.
Amos, Heber
113.1-.2
Ampter, Rose
163
Anderson, Cora
163
Anderson, John
106 (Makah)
Anderson, John
163 (Mono)
Anderson, Mary, Mrs.
163
Anderson, Mrs.
20
Anderson, Polly
163, 204.34, 216
Andrea
60
Andreas, Willie, Sr.
74
Andrews, Mrs.
60
Angel Island Laurel
57
Angela
186.2, 186.4, 194.2
Angeles, Isabelo de los
54
Anias, Arcenio
54
Anias, Melanio
54
Anita
186.1
Ann
99.4.15
Annie
138m
Annin, R. A.
22
Anton, Dave
163
Anton, John
163
Antonio
186.1, 186.2, 186.4
Apachi
15, 146.2, 163. See also Tom, Ben.
Apperson, Billy
69.5
Apperson, John
19, 69.5
Apperson, Tom
60, 69.5
Arnet, Jo
7
Arnet (?), Sally
7. See also Sally.
Arrichea, José
16
Arrichea, Lugarda
16
Asbell, Mrs.
60
Asfall, Mary
163, 216
Atwell, William
60
Aubrey, Henry
214
Augustine, Joe
156.3
Augustine, Weston
156.3
Auhai (?), Ike
106
Aulingivis (?), Juan
194.5
Austin, Annie
20
Austin, Mr.
22
Austin, Mrs.
22
Austin, Mrs.
20 (Yukon)
Auwiyao
143.1
Ayal, Captain Jacinto
60. See also Captain Jacinto Ayal.
B., Chappo
122.1
Bacon, L. H.
60
Bailey, Frank, Mrs.
21
Bailey, Pansy
21
Ba'im:u'tE'kam
134.1
Baker, Ione, Mrs.
22
Baker, Mrs.
101.2
Baker, Sullivan
210.3
Baker, Susie
88, 152.4
Ball, Elva
31
Ball, Mrs.
60
Ballat, Captain Crispin
60
Banjo, Frank
178
Baptiste, Jimmy
101.2, 106
Barnhard, Albert
163
Barnhard, Andrew
163
Barnhard, Jim
163
Barnhard, William
163
Barrett, Mr.
20, 26 (?)
Barrett, Mrs.
20, 26 (?)
Barrios, Francisco
16
Bartlett, Zella
156.3
Barton, Mrs.
22
Batbát, Lidyak
54
bat'dolo
134.7. See also Ugly Bull.
Bateman, Lennie
156.3
Bateman, Mabel
15
Batwi, Sam
36.4, 60, 70, 71.3-.5, 163
Baum, Charlie, Mrs.
170
Bechtol, Mrs.
156.3
Beebe, Maggie
45.2, 204.13
Beecher, Henry Ward
163
Beechkin, Mr.
102
Begg, Sulivan
86.2
Belisario, Pacifico
13
Bell
163
Bell, Johnny
163. See also Stewart, John.
Bell, Martinza
50, 204.42
Bell, Sam
5
Bell, Tom
163
Bell, Tony
163
Belly Rock, Mrs.
101.2. See also Billy, Rock.
Bender, Dick
163
Bender, Jim
60
Bender, Jim, Mrs.
60
Bender, Joseph
60
Benjamin, Pete
60
Benjamin, William
163
Bennett, Tom
163
Benson
156.3
Benson, Billie (Billy)
65.9, 130.7, 130.10
Benson, John, Mrs.
65.2, 130.1-.3, 130.12
Benson, Mrs.
163
Benson, William
9.1-.5, 59.2.2, 60, 163
Bernal, Margarita
60
Bernard, D., Mrs.
115.1
Bernard, David
113.1, 115.1, 115.3-.4, 116.1
Berry, Mrs.
195
Berrychild, Mrs.
137m
Bessie
101.2
Bethel, Annona
128.37
Big Charlie
163, 216
Big Frank Queahpama
163
Big John
106, 107.2
Big John, Mrs.
106. See also Nancy.
Bill
12.1, 12.9 (Kato)
Bill
156.3 (Pomo)
Bill, Dandy
75. See also Dandy.
Bill, George
163
Bill, Halsie
163. See also Halsey, Bill.
Bill, Joe
106
Bill, Kim
70
Bill, Old Baker
19, 69.5. See also Old Bill Baker.
Bill, Tony
163
Billie, Alec
163
Billie, Ben
163
Billy, Cruise
156.3
Billy, Cruz
163
Billy, Eliza
1.8. See also Dowd, Willie, Mrs.
Billy, Rock
60. See also Belly Rock, Mrs.
Bishop, Fram
181
Bishop, Frank
163
Bishop, Ida
163
Bishop, Molly
181
Blake, George
65.5, 130.5-.6
Blake, Robert
65.6
Blane, Lewis
134.1. See also Plane, Lewis.
Blind Charley
99.4
Blind Henry
101.2
Blind Mike
163
Block, Rolly
12.9
Blue, Alec
190. See also Blue, Elick.
Blue, Elick
19, 69. See also Blue, Alec.
Blue, Jenny
163
Bob
99.4, 157
Bob, Doctor
163. See also Doctor Bob.
Bob, Julia
163
Bob, Julie
163
Bobb, Hazel
128.37
Bokita
163
Bolin, John
138m
Bolónan, Clementí
54
Bone, Charlie
163, 216
Bone, Li
163
Bone, Mi
163
Bonn, Louisa
19, 69, 69.3-.5
Boone, Charley
59.2.2, 60
Borbon, Emiliano
76.2
Boskey, Sonia
1.1-.2, 1.8
Bowen, Charley
156.3. See also Bowen, Charlie.
Bowen, Charlie
163, 180. See also Bowen, Charley.
Bowen, Lorenzo H.
156.3
Bowen, Maggie
163
Branson, Harvey
156.3.
Brennet, Mrs.
195
Bridge, Ben
163
Bridge, Ben, Mrs.
163
Bridgeport Tom
88, 90.1, 90.3, 150.1
Briely, George
206.5-.7, 213.5. See also Brierly, George; Briley, George.
Brierly, George
87.2, 88, 91.7, 154.2, 205.2, 206.5-.7. See also Briely, George; Briley, George.
Briley, George
88, 154.2. See also Briely, George; Brierly, George.
Brindis, Pedro
76.3
Brock, Jim
75
Brook, Tildy
163
Brooks, Bill
99.4.17
Brown, Annie
163, 201
Brown, Betty (?)
71.1-.2
Brown, David
163, 216
Brown, Deb
163
Brown, Fannie
163
Brown, Harrison
163
Brown, Jim
156.3
Brown, John
113.1
Brown, Joshua
113.1, 163
Brown, Leonard
156.3
Brown, Leonard G., Mrs.
156.3
Brown, Luke
117
Brown, Manuel
201
Brown, Manuel, Mrs.
201
Brown, Oscar
163, 214
Brown, Sally
12.9
Brown, Sam
62.1-.2, 64, 146.2, 171, 214
Brown, Susie
61.1
Brown, Tom
75
Brown, Virginia
163
Bruner
156.3
Bruno, Jerry
163
Bryan, Tom
201
Bucknell, Jim
59.2.2
Buff, Philip
88
Buff, Truman
153.4
Bulpitt, Mary
207.4. See also Bulpitt, Mattie.
Bulpitt, Mattie
88, 91.8, 154.3, 154.5-.7, 206.1, 207.4. See also Bulpitt, Mary.
Bunder, Julius
163
Burgess, Lena
163
Burke, Annie
156.2-.3, 163
Burkhead, Mary
170
Burns, Fox
204.44
Burns, Michael (Mike)
187, 188
Burnside, Mabel
137m
Bush, George
60
Butcher, Susie
88, 152.2, 205.1
Butler, Lincoln
31
Cabse, Captain Bonafacio
60
Calac, Feliz
28.1-.2, 29.1-.9
Calac, Leonidas
29.6-.7
Calac, Willy
29.6-.7
Calles, Alejandro
16
Calles, Leonora
16. See also Mesa, Leonora.
Calles, Ricardo
16
Calpella Pete
156.3
Cameron, Don
65.3-.5, 130.3-.5
Cameron, Mrs.
65.4-.5, 130.4-.5
Camino, Jose D.
194.1
Camp Grant Charlie
12.9. See also Charlie.
Campbell, Alex, Mrs.
117
Campbell, Angela
156.3
Campbell, Brenda
116.1
Campbell, Dora
156.3
Campbell, Doris
156.3
Campbell, E. D. C.
163
Campbell, Henry
156.3, 163 (Pomo)
Campbell, Henry
99.4.1 (Yurok)
Campbell, Ira
156.3
Campbell, Josephine Smoker
1.4, 1.8
Campbell, Josie
163
Canim, Jerry
106, 109. See also Kenum, Jerry.
Canuta
180, 194.5
Capitan Hermogenes
52m
Capitan Ibon
52m
Capitan Juan
52m
Capitan Sadán
52m
Capitan Talio
52m
Capitan Tonio
52m
Captain Anselmo Cuitac
60. See also Cuitac, Captain Anselmo.
Captain Bonafacio Cabse
60. See also Cabse, Captain Bonafacio.
Captain Crispin Ballat
60. See also Ballat, Captain Crispin.
Captain Dave (Numana)
37.1-.4, 132. See also Numana, Captain Dave.
Captain Ed Sweetser
59.2.2, 60. See also Sweetser, Captain Ed.
Captain Jacinto Ayal
60. See also Ayal, Captain Jacinto.
Captain Jack
59.2.2, 60 (Pomo)
Captain Jack
59.2.2, 60 (Yurok)
Captain Jim
12.6, 12.9, 197
Captain Jim, Mrs.
12.9
Captain John
19, 69. See also Oite, Captain John.
Captain Johnson
115.1
Captain Juan Maccaro
60
Captain Lafonso
60
Captain Nayo
60
Captain Pete
163
Captain Santiago Roselle (Pipar)
60. See also Roselle (Pipar), Captain Santiago.
Captain Santos Manuel
60. See also Manuel, Captain Santos.
Captain Shulte
60
Captain Spot
99.4
Captain Tack
56, 59.2.2, 60
Captain Tom
101.2
Captain Wallope Williams
60. See also Williams, Captain Wallope.
Captain Yellowjacket
60
Carme, Josie
163
Carmelita, Josephine
111
Carmichael, Molly
106
Carpenter, Dick
116.1
Carpenter, John
163
Carpenter, Molly
62.1-.2, 64, 171, 215.4
Carpenter, Tom
62.2
Carrezales, Emiliano
16
Carson, A. J.
60
Carter, Williams
163. See also Graves, Bill.
Cashbaugh, Jennie
88, 91.2, 154.1
Casoose, Joaquin
60
Casoose, Olliver
60
Castagna (Costagna), Ed
156.3
Castaño, Sr.
52m
Catfish, Alec
101.2, 106
Catfish, Alec, Mrs.
101.2
Caton, Malcolm
163
Caugh, Fred
106
Cawley, Ellen M.
163
Cayton, A. G.
163
Cayton, Malcolm
180
Cayuse, Susue Hunt
163
Chamberlain, Joe
115.1
Chamberlain, Peter
115.1
Chambers Family
20
Chappo, B.
122.1. See also B., Chappo.
Chappo, Maggie
138m
Chappo, Salvador
163
Charles, Fred
163, 214
Charles, Henry
83
Charles, Jo
163
Charles, Martha
215.2
Charles, Philip
163. See also Kalama.
Charley
106 (Puget Sound)
Charley
99.4.1, 99.4.5, 157 (Yurok)
Charley, Freddy
101.1
Charley, Isabella
186.1-.2. See also Isabella.
Charley, John
60
Charley, Madeline (?)
1.2-.3, 1.8
Charley, Maggie
1.2-.3, 1.8
Charley, Raphael
186.1. See also Raphael.
Charley (Charlie), Tina
88, 90.2, 207.1-.2
Charley, Tiny
149
Charlie
12.1, 12.9. See also Camp Grant Charlie.
Charlie, Henry
163
Charlie, Lucy
163
Charlie, Maggie
163, 175, 215.4
Charlie, Martha
215.2
Charlie, Mrs.
163, 146.1
Charlie, Susie
170
Charlton, Henry
69, 194.1
Charvez, Jack
128.37
Chavez, Mrs.
82.13
Cheepo
170. See also Chipo; Chi'-po.
Chi chi
19. See also Reeves, Mrs.
Chicago Dick
61.1, 178. See also Dick, Chicago; Kiwelis.
Chicken, Juan
122.1, 122.4, 122.6
Chico, Bill
111
Chico Jim
19, 69.5
Chico, Little Bill
74
Chico, Lottie
34.2, 34.4
Chico, Mariana
34.2, 34.4
Chief Abel
106
Chief Johnson
113.2, 130.5. See also gitwen.
Chief Rodgers
109
Childs, Dick
18, 19, 69, 69.2-.4
Chiloquin, Albert, Mrs.
163
China, Bill
138m
Chino, George
122.1, 122.3
Chino, Henry
122.5
Chipo
180. See also Cheepo; Chi’po.
Chi'-po
163. See also Cheepo; Chipo.
Clark, Flora
163, 216
Clark, Frank
163, 216
Clark, John
163, 216
Clark, Mrs.
130.12
Clark, W. C.
19, 69.2
Claudina (?)
163
Clayton
163
Cleanso, Tom
19, 120.1-.5, 163
Clemens, Susie
163
Cleveland, James
122.1, 122.6
Cleveland, Jimmy
157
Clinton, Jennie
31, 163
Coachella, Jim, Captain
194.4
Cober, B. A.
156.3
Colby, A.
163
Colegrove, Francis
163
Coleman, Daisy
170
Coleman, Henry
170
Collins, Ada
6
Collins, Pete
106 (Yurok)
Collins, Peter
6 (Rogue River Athapaskan)
Collins, Tecumseh
130.7
Collinson, Charles
117
Collinson, Jackson
117
Colonel Thompson
163
Colos, Angela
60
Commischalla, John
156.3
Conner, Gilbert
163
Conner, Pedro
203
Cooper, Emma
163
Cooper, James
163
Cooper, Jim
163
Cooper, Lucy
156.3, 163
Cooper, Nellie, Mrs.
1.2, 1.7-1.8, 163
Cooper, Nora (?)
156.3
Coos, Bob
163
Copa, Maria
139, 142
Cornbread, Bill
163
Corner, Pedro
163
Cornish, Jake
163
Cornwell, Mary
87.1-.2, 88, 90.2, 90.4, 150.3, 155, 207.3 (?), 213.2
Costa, Raphael
163. See also Raphael; Postal, Rafael.
Cox, Lena
163
Cox, Mallie
203
Coyote
34.3-.4. See also Miguel, José.
Coyote Jim
157
Crabtree, Jim
156.3
Crabtree, Loretta
128.37
Crosswhite, Jesús
16
Crouch, James
194.5
Crow
157. See also Gro (Grove).
Crutchfield, Susie
157
Cruz, Daisy
153.4
Cruz, Peter
19, 69.4
Cuero, Jesús
16
Cuero, Tomás
16
Cuitac, Captain Anselmo
60
Cully, Charlie
60
Cummings, Eph
60
Curl, Bill
163
Curl, Jennie
163
Curl, Will
163
Curtner, Raymond Martin
156.3
Cush, Charley
118.4
D., Jesse
69, 163
Daisy
138m, 163. See also Smith, Daisy.
Daisy, Elliot
156.3
Dakauwag, Filon
143.1
Dalagánan
54
Dan, Lucy
101.2. See also Smith, Lucy.
Danao, Pedro
54
Danawa'k, John
65.1, 130.1
Dandy
99.4.1, 99.4.5. See also Bill, Dandy.
Daniela, Charlie
163
Daniels, James
106
Darrow, John
65.9-.10, 130.9-.10
Dave
138m (Moapa Paiute?)
Dave
156.3 (Pomo)
Dave
157 (Yurok)
Dave, Fanny
163
David, Frank
163, 216
David, George
156.3
David, Robert
163
Davis, Bill
156.3
Davis, Christine
156.3
Davis, Dora
1.2-.4, 1.8, 15, 63. See also Davis, Shan, Mrs.
Davis, Francis
15, 174
Davis, Francis, Sr.
63. See also Davis, Shan; Davis, Shan, Sr.
Davis, Jack
100, 106, 107.1, 109, 110
Davis, Jack, Mrs.
106
Davis, Jeff
203
Davis, Jeff, Mrs.
163. See also Jeff, Mrs.
Davis, Joe
60
Davis, John, Mrs.
1.4. See also Davis, Sarah.
Davis, Julia
163
Davis, Sam
130.9
Davis, Sarah
1.4. See also Davis, John, Mrs.
Davis, Shan
15, 146.1-.2, 172, 173, 175, 180, 214, 215.1-.2. See also Davis, Francis, Sr.; Davis, Shan, Sr.
Davis, Shan, Mrs.
1.8. See also Davis, Dora.
Davis, Shan, Sr.
63, 174. See also Davis, Francis, Sr.; Davis, Shan.
Dawson, Mrs.
156.3
Daylight, Jack
163. See also Jack, Daylight.
Denman, Weaver
163
Dennison, Frances
156.3
Dennison, John
59.2.2
Dennison, Maxine
156.3
Denny, Andrew
130.4
Denny, Bessie
130.1, 130.4
Denny, Elizabeth
130.1. See also Denny, Joe, Mrs.
Denny, Joe, Mrs.
130.1. See also Denny, Elizabeth.
Denny, Regnan (?)
130.4
Denny, Reynold
130.1
Denny, Reynold, Mrs.
130.1
Dewey, Edith
87.2, 88, 91.4, 154.1-.2, 213.5
Dick, Chicago
61.1, 178. See also Chicago Dick; Kiwelis.
Dick, Harry
19, 69.3-.4
Dick, Jim
18, 19, 60, 69, 69.2, 163, 216
Dick, Lucy
163
Dick, Molly
6, 163
Dick, Sampson
60
Dick, Sampson, Mrs.
60
Dickson, Tom
106
Dixon, Alf
20, 21
Dixon, Rosie
163
Dobey, Nancy
47, 49, 204.20-204.22
Doc Sam
163. See also Sam, Doc.
Doctor Bob
163
Doctor Frank of Pekwan
99.4.1, 99.4.5.
Doctor Henry Jo
163. See also Jo, Doctor Henry.
Doctor Tom
95
Dolores, Juan
38.1, 134
Domingo
99.4.1, 99.4.6
Dominick, Jerry
109
Doña Josefa
23. See also Velasquez, Josefa.
Donahoe, Philip
99.4.17
Donahue, Emily
1.2-.3, 1.8, 15, 146.1-.2, 174, 175
Donahue, Jennice (?)
1.8
Donahue, Lafayette
174
Donelly, Mrs.
99.4.5, 99.4.10
Dorsey, Charley
7
Douglas, William, Mrs.
106
Dowd, Willie, Mrs.
1.1-.2, 1.8. See also Billy, Eliza.
Drew
156.3
Drew, Frank
163
Drury, Mr.
21
Duck Creek John
106
Dugyang, Pangat Max
143.1. See also Dugyang, Pangats.
Dugyang, Pangats
143.1. See also Dugyang, Pangat Max.
Dumlao, Zacarias
147.5
Duncan, Dick
60
Duncan, Dixie
204.41
Duncan, Ella
19, 69
Duncan, Grandma
69
Duncan, Ike
214
Duncan, Joe
12.1, 12.8m-.9
Duncan, John
204.25
Duniway, Alice
1.8
Duro, Antonio
186.1
Duro, Manuel
186.1
Dushey, Emma
1.4, 1.8. See also Frank, Emma Dushey.
Dyer, Mrs.
95
Eaph, John
203
Eaph, Mrs.
203
Earl, Maggie
85.3, 88, 153.2-.4, 208.5
Eaton, Sam
130.4
Ecysk, John
163
Edwards, Harry
18, 19, 69.4, 216
Edwards, Henry
20
Edwards, Henry, Mrs.
18 (Maidu)
Edwards, Henry, Mrs.
20 (Yukon)
Edwards, Jim
19, 69.4, 163, 216
Edwards, Kathleen
106
Edwards, Pete
19
Effman, Emma
1.8
Eli, Mary
163
Ellick, John
163
Elliot, Daisy
156.3
Elliott, Eliza
1.2-.3, 1.8
Elliot, Mrs.
163
Elliott, Molly
156.3
Elliott, Patricia
156.3. See also Patricia.
Elliott, Raphael (Rafe, Rayfield)
156.3
Elliott, William
60
Encinales, Dolores
60
Enos, Ed
19, 69.2, 163
Enos, Lizzie
18, 19, 69.2
Eskimo Thomas
110
Estrada, Teodoro
16
Estrella, Francisco (and family)
76.1
Eugene, Bertha
163
Eugene, Mary
163
Eugene, Wilbin
163
Eulalia
13
e'um'ihtE se'paliwen:imME (?)
134.1
Evanhoff, Aleck
22
Evanhoff, Lottie
22
Evans, George
163
Evans, Louis, Mrs.
60
Eversall (Eversole, Eversoll)
156.3
F. P.
74
Fairchild, Annie
6, 163
Fairchild, Baldwin
101.2
Fairchiles, Mrs.
22
Faithful, Anderson
163
Fan, Sarah
163
Fan, Wash
163
Faunie (Faundee, Faunee), Josie
18, 19, 69.2
Felipe
34.2
Feliz, Annie
204.30-.33, 163, 216
Fernando, Mary
178
Ferris, Harry
163
Ferry, Milo
163
Ferry, Milo, Mrs.
163
Filipo
198.1
Filpa, Moses
163. See also Philpott, Moses.
Finnell, Rorgne
22
Fisher, Frank
163, 203
Fitzhenry, George, Mrs.
106, 107.1, 109. See also Fitzhenry, Rebecca.
Fitzhenry, Rebecca
106, 109. See also Fitzhenry, George, Mrs.
Flannery, Donald
101.2
Fletcher, Stuart
163
Flynn, Henry
18, 19, 69.3-.4, 163, 216
Folsom, Jack
163, 200
Folsom, Sam
163
Foreman, Mose
163, 216
Forty, Lucy
101.2, 106
Fowler, Mrs.
163
Fox, Old Man
21. See also Old Man Fox.
Fox, Sam
163
Francisco, Alberta
156.3
Francisco, Elizzie (Lizzy)
156.3
Francisco, Gladys
156.3
Francisco, Tony
204.8-.9
Frank, Emma Dushey
1.4, 1.8. See also Dushey, Emma.
Frank, Fraser
1.3
Frank, Georgely
180
Frank, Jack
19, 69, 69.4
Frank, Jim, Mrs.
99.4.1
Frank, Robert
99.4.8
Frank, Walter
130.7
Frank of Weitchpec
99.4. See also Weitchpec Frank.
Fraser, Chief John
20
Fraser, John, Mrs.
20, 21
Fraser, Polly
20, 21
Frazer
163
Freder, Frank
163
Freeman, Anita
156.3
Freeman, Billy
163
Freeman, Joe
163
Freeman, Mark
113.1
Freeman, Mr.
156.3
Fred, Bob
156.3
Fred, Bob, Mrs.
156.3
Frey, Mrs.
99.4.16-.17
"Friday"
95
Frye, Marshall
106
Fuller, Lewis
163
Fuller, William
163
Fulweider (Fulweiders, Fulwiders), Leland
204.19
Fulwider (Fulwyder), Doc
156.3
Fundman, Mr.
22
Gainer, Dan
203
Gainor, Sam
163
Gallaher, H. V.
156.3
Galamoy
143.1
Galangi
143.4
Gambát, Tambon
54
Gamboa, Isayas
147.5
Gamiz, Silvestre
29.5, 29.8-.9
Gana't (Gannette), Paddy, Mrs.
65.3
Ganu
143.4
Garcia, George
189
Garcia, Miguel
134.1
Gardner (?), Mrs.
7
Gardner (?), Robert
7
Garfield, Sam
59.2.2
Garrison, Jane
100, 109
Garrison, Jennie
106
Garry, Old Lady
163
Gasatan
143.1
Gastélune, Rafael
16
Geddes, Mrs.
21
Genshaw, Jimmy
214
Genzel, Ila
163
George
55.1-.3, 58. (Modoc) See also Sloluck.
George
138m (Shoshoni or Paiute)
George, Brig
138m
George, David
156.3
George, Doctor
203
George, Harry
163
George, Irene
215.2
George, Joe
105, 109
George, Kittie (Kitty)
1.1-.2
George, Maggie
163
George, Norman
163, 214
George, Old Mrs.
163
George, Usie
163
George, William
163. See also Whiskey Bill.
Georgeley, Francisco
60
Georgely, Frank
181
Georgely, Susie
178
Gerand, Lucy
100, 106, 109
Gericke, Dr.
156.3
Giannoni, Bob
156.3. See also Gionnoni, Bob.
Gibbons, Dick
170
Gibson, Craig
163
Gibson, Craig, Mrs.
163
"Gilbert," Avran
16
Gilbert, Billy
163
Gilbert, Jake
88, 149, 207.1
Gilbert, Rube
19, 69.2
Gionnoni, Bob
156.3. See also Giannoni, Bob.
gitwen
130.5. See also Chief Johnson.
Given, George
86.2
Gobelet, Al
156.3
Gobelet, Ruby
156.3
Golding, Alfred
122.1
Goldstein, Frank
156.3.
Golsh, Ami
60
Gomer (?), L.
122.2. See also Homer, Luke.
Gomes (?), Charley
7
Gomez, Antonio
202
Gomez, Jigo
54
Gomez, Maria
23
Gonzalez, Juana
16
González, Virginio
16
Good, John
20
Good, John, Mrs.
20, 21
Goodale, Lula
60
Goodale, Willie
209.6, 210.5
Goodwin, Ben
63
Goodwin, Mrs.
99.4.2, 99.4.6
Gooseman, Ben, Mrs.
60
Gordon, Dick
21
Gordon, Emily
1.1-.2, 1.8
Goudy, Jas.
106
Gracia (Gracio), Ramon
194.5
Graham, Jim
106, 109
Graham, Jim, Mrs.
106
Graham, Levi
178
Graham, Willy
61.1
Grandma Duncan
69
Grant
163
Grant, Ellen
175, 215.2
Grant, Etta Patch
163
Grant, Jake
156.3, 163
Grant, Jeff
19, 69.4
Grant, Johnson
113.2
Grant, Johnson, Mrs.
113.3
Grant, Sally
163
Grant, Sampson
191
Grant, Samson
163
Grant, William, Mrs.
116.2
Grapevine (Grape Vine), Thomas
70, 163, 191
Graut, Nannie
101.2
Graves, Bill
156.3, 163. See also Carter, William.
Graves, Penn
60
Gray, Charles
163, 204.39
Green, Andrew
113.1-.2
Green, Bob
48.2, 163, 204.35, 216
Green, Charley (Charlie)
163
Green, Charlie
197 (Achomawi)
Greeott, Wesley
156.3
Gregory, George
212.11
Griffen, Tillie
163
Griffet, Cindy
163
Griffin, Mrs.
157
Griffin, Nellie
1.1-.2, 1.8
Griffith, Manuela
180
Griggs, Fanny
99.4.2-.3
Gro (Grove)
157. See also Crow.
Gunter, Charlie
163
Gunyer, Frank
163
Gurtig, Dick
70
Guzeman
163
Hail (Hale), Sally
170. See also Hutun.
Hale, Henry
156.3
Hale, Mrs.
170. See also Hail, Sally; Hutun.
Halfmoon, Otis
163
Halkub, Little John
106
Hall, Billy
20
Hall, Billy, Mrs.
20
Hall, Clarence
16. See also Rávago, "Clarencio."
Hall, Louis
117
Hall, Sam
117
Halsey, Mrs.
163
Halsey (Halsie), William (Bill)
163
Hamburg, Polly Ann
163
Hamchitt, Bertie
117
Hammonds, David
20
Hanson, William
60
Hanuse, Harry
115.2
Hanuse, Henry
149
Happy Jack
175
Harm, Ida
163
Harmon, James
163
Harney, Elizabeth
135
Harris, Alice
130.1, 130.4
Harris, Hoffman
116.1
Harris, Molly
163
Harris, Robert
130.4
Harrison, Mike
156.3
Harry, Hazel White
1.2-.3, 1.8
Harry, Mary
86.3, 86.5, 88, 90.2, 92.4, 152.1, 205.1, 213.3
Harshel, Mrs.
101.2
Hart, Augustus
130.4
Hart, Ronnie
163
Hartgrave, Celia
69.5
Hassler, Charlie
201
Hauck, Mrs.
156.3
Hazel
21
Hearn, Miss
163
Heath, Fee
12.9
Heddrick, Mrs.
163
Hedrick, Bob
69.5
Hedrick, Maria
18, 19, 69.5, 163, 216
Heenan, John C.
204.45-.46
Hellon, Charlie
163
Henderson, Ned
214
Henderson, Patsy
20, 21
Henderson, Peter
138m
Henry, Bob
163, 216
Henry, Jack
163, 216
Henry, Jim
109
Henry, Joe, Mrs.
21
Herford (Heryford), Mr.
156.3.
Hetmeil, Jose Largo
180
Hetmiel, James McCarty
166, 180
Hickox, Lizzie
1.2-.3, 1.8. See also Mrs. Luther.
Hickox, Louisa
1.2-.3, 1.8
Hill, Dan
214
Hill, Hr [sic]
60
Hill, Sam, Jr.
122.1
Hilliard, Louisa
163. See also Westphal, Louisa.
Hiram, James
163. See also Harmon, James.
Holbrook, Bertha
163
Holiday, Ben
163
Holmes, Harry
156.3
Holmes, Viola
156.3
Home, Harris
163
Homer, Joseph
119.1-.2.
Homer, Luke
122.2. See also Gomer, L.
Hoodley (?), Mrs.
1.3, 1.8
Hooper, Mr.
156.3
Hopkins, David
117
Hopkins, Johnny
113.1
Hopper, Alvina
156.3
Hopper, Joe
156.3
Horopop, Francis
1.1-.2. See also Wicks, Edward, Mrs.
Horton, Molly
163
Hosler, Frank
214
Hostler, Ellen
1.4, 1.8. See also Quimby, Ellen.
Hostler, Lily
1.8
Hotch, Dan
65.3, 130.3
Hotch (?), Old Man
130.3. See also Old Man Hotch (?).
Howard, Frank
130.1
Howard, Jonah
113.1-.2
Howdy, Isaac
163
Hudson, Abe
163
Hudson, John B. (Moses)
163
Hughes, Billy
19, 69.3-.4
Hughes, Lizzie
163, 216
Hughes, Sis
19, 69.3
Hukahkam (?)
134.1
Humchitt, Moody, Mrs.
116.1, 117. See also Sakdehain.
Hume, Lily
20, 21
Hunt, Jim
163
Hunt, Jo (Joe)
163
Hunter, Burnie
19, 69
Hunter, Hank
85.4, 88, 153.4-.5, 208.4
Hunter Jim
60
Hunter, Johnnie
86.2
Hunter, Mary
18, 19, 69
Hunter, Suwanni
163
Hunter, Will
19, 69
Hutchings, Jeff
60
Hutchins, William
180
Hutchinson, Roy
60
Hutun
170. See also Hail, Sally.
Ida
106
Iiga
198.1
Ike, Mary
1.2-.3, 1.8, 15, 63, 64, 146.1-.2, 163, 172, 173, 174, 175, 180, 215.1-.4
Ike, Oscar
163
Indian Bob
107.2
Indian Henry
34.3-.4, 111. See also Joaquin, Henry.
Indian Jake
163. See also Smith, Jake and Mather Creek Jake.
Inman, Mrs.
130.4
Ironholder, Bill
163. See also Larry, Bill.
Isaac
138m
Isaac, Jenny
20
Isabella
186.1. See also Charley, Isabella.
Ischuco, Manuel
186.1
Ishi
35.1-.5, 36.1-.5, 67, 68, 129, 199
Iswiripigeshxav (?)
215.2
Jack (?), Abraham, Mrs.
1.4. See also Jack, Lucinda; Jake, Lucinda.
Jack, Alex
60
Jack, Ann
106, 107.1-.2
Jack, Daylight
163. See also Daylight, Jack.
Jack, Fox
163
Jack, Happy
215.2
Jack, Jimmy
163
Jack, Joe
63, 64. See also Sandy Bar Joe.
Jack, John
163
Jack, Lucinda
1.4, 1.8. See also Jack, Abraham, Mrs.; Jake, Lucinda.
Jack, Rosie
88
Jack, Sherwood
59.2.2
Jack, Tupai
69.4
Jacks, May
69.5
Jacks, Rosy
1.1-.2, 1.8
Jackson, Amos
1.8
Jackson, Andrew
163, 216
Jackson, Bobby, Mrs.
20
Jackson, Bright
19
Jackson, Carrie
31
Jackson, Dorothy
21
Jackson, Emma
191
Jackson, George
22
Jackson, Greenleaf
214
Jackson, Henry
106
Jackson, Jake
21
Jackson, Jake, Mrs.
20, 21
Jackson, James, Sr.
163
Jackson, Jim
163
Jackson, Kitty
214
Jackson, Maggie
21
Jackson, Mary
19, 69.5
Jackson, Mrs.
106
Jackson, Moses, Mrs.
20
Jackson, Sally
106, 109
Jackson, Selma
163, 216
Jackson, Sophy
109
Jackson, Stonewall
71.5, 163
Jackson, Susan
19, 69 (Maidu)
Jackson, Susie
130.12 (Tlingit)
Jacob
163
Jacob, Mrs.
106
Jacobs, Ruth
163
Jacobs-Young (?), Elsie
1.8
Jacops, Daisy
1.3, 1.8, 15, 163
Jacops Family
1.2-.3
Jacops, Mary
1.3
Jacops, Sally
15, 63, 64, 163, 215.1-.4
Jacops, Sara
1.3
Jacquet, Jean
20. See also Jacquet, Pete, Mrs.
Jacquet, Mary Joe
20
Jacquet, Pete, Mrs.
20. See also Jacquet, Jean.
Jaime, Dick
18, 19, 69.2-.4
Jaime, Dick, Mrs.
18
Jake
138m
Jake, George, Mrs.
1.2-.3, 1.8
Jake, Lucinda
1.2-.3, 1.8. See also Jack, Abraham, Mrs.; Jack, Lucinda.
James, Bennie
60
James, Bob
106, 109
James, Charles
15, 63, 64 (Karok)
James, Charlie
19, 69, 69.4, 175 (Maidu)
James, Harmon (?)
163
James, Harvey
45.3-.4, 204.14-.15
James, Herman
180
James, Ida
157
James, Ike
157
James, Jerry
99.4.17
James, Jimmy
20
James, Jimmy, Mrs.
20
James, Lottie
1.1-1.2. See also Markussen, Allie.
James, Mammie
20
James, Marie
180
James, Mary
163
James, Riley
101.2
James, Romer
163
James, Rosie
156.3
James, Scotty
21. See also Scotty, Jimmy.
James, Warden
156.3
Jamieson (Jamison), James
204.36-.37.
Jamieson, Mrs.
156.3
Jansaw (?), Kitty
1.8
Jarvis, Annie
163
Jarvis, Frank
163
Jeff, John
203
Jeff, Mike
163, 216. See also Jeffers, Mike.
Jeff, Mrs.
163. See also Davis, Jeff, Mrs.
Jeffers, Mike
163, 216. See also Jeff, Mike.
Jefferson, Mike
122.1
Jefferson, Ray
122.1
Jenny
19
Jerry, Bernard
163, 215.2
Jesse D.
69
Jim
57
Jim
12.1 (Wailaki)
Jim, Antoine
156.3
Jim, Carrie
1.8. See also Robert, Carrie.
Jim, Frank
170
Jim, Jacket
60
Jim, Jacumba
60
Jim, Jerry
60
Jim, Joaquin
7
Jim, Little
138m
Jim, Lucy
163
Jim, Mrs.
99.4
Jim of Pekwan
75, 99.4. See also Peckwan, Jim of.
Jim, Poker
163. See also Poker Jim.
Jim, Richard, Mrs.
1.8
Jim, Sally
163
Jim, Slim
194.5
Jim, Susie
88, 89, 104.1-.4
Jim, Thomas
163
Jimerson, Tom
180
Jo, Columbia, Mrs.
163
Jo, Doctor Henry
163. See also Doctor Henry Jo.
Jo, Minnie
163
Joanson (?), Henry
69.2
Joaquin, Henry
34.3-.4, 111. See also Indian Henry.
Joaquin, Jeff
46, 156.2-156.3, 163, 180, 204.16-204.18
Joaquin, Old Man
163. See also Old Man Joaquin.
Joe, Johnny
21
John, Alec
69.4, 163. See also Ellick, John.
John, Ellick
216. See also John, Alec.
John, Johnnie (Johnny)
20
John, Kanosh
138m
John, Melia, Mrs.
20
John, Mose
163
Johnny, Mary
215.2
Johns, Carolyn Angela Dora
20
Johns, John, Mrs.
20
Johns, Maria
20
Johnson
187
Johnson
156.3 (Pomo)
Johnson, Abro
60
Johnson, Alice
20
Johnson, Billy
65.9, 130.7, 130.9
Johnson, Charley
130.7
Johnson, Daisy
216
Johnson, Dan
20
Johnson, Dixie
163, 216
Johnson, Frank
21
Johnson, Frank, Mrs.
21
Johnson, Fred
163, 216
Johnson, Hank
163 (Tolowa)
Johnson, Hank
163 (Wailaki)
Johnson, Henry
83, 163
Johnson, Henry
163 (Pomo)
Johnson, Henry
163 (Tolowa)
Johnson, Henry, Mrs.
83
Johnson, Jack
115.2
Johnson, Jennie
83
Johnson, Jerry
20
Johnson, Joe
130.4
Johnson, Johnny
216
Johnson, Kathleen
20
Johnson, Kenneth
20
Johnson, Lincoln
194.5
Johnson, Lizzie Steve
163
Johnson, Lulu
47, 204.20
Johnson, Maggie Smith
163
Johnson, Martha
65.3, 130.3
Johnson, Martha
20 (Yukon)
Johnson, Matthew
130.1
Johnson, Maud
216
Johnson, Maud, Mrs.
163
Johnson, Mike
170
Johnson, Minnie
111
Johnson, Mrs.
170
Johnson, Ned
163
Johnson, Nellie
1.2-.3, 1.8
Johnson, Old Man
130.3. See also Old Man Johnson.
Johnson, Sally
12.9
Johnson, T.
148.6-.7
Johnston, Freddy, Mrs.
21
Johnston, George
20, 21
Jolleff, Henry
16
Jones, Charley
65.5, 130.4-.5, 130.11, 130.13
Jones, Daisy
1.2, 1.8, 163
Jones, Dolly
1.8
Jones, Jeff
163
Jones, Jim Tom
88, 150.3, 211.1-.4. See also Jones, Tom; Yonnie Pah'k.
Jones, Mary
178
Jones, Nora
1.8
Jones, Polly Roan
61.1. See also Roan, Polly.
Jones, Sarah Weeks
31
Jones, T. E.
60
Jones, Tom
88, 90, 90.5, 150.3. See also Jones, Jim Tom; Yonnie Pah'k.
Jordan, Nancy
163
Jose, Teofilo
147.5
Josefa, Doña
23. See also Velasquez, Josefa.
Joseph, Henry
1.8
Joseph, Henry, Mrs.
1.8
Joseph, P. H.
156.3
Joseph, William
19, 69, 163, 216
Joy, Charles Polk
163
Juaquin, Jose
134.1
Judson, Mrs.
106
Junior, Sam
216
Justo, Juan de Jesus
14
Kabúdlai, Tanásyo
54
Kachia, Billy
163
Kakasagwats, Jonah J.
106
Kakasagwats, Morris Dan
106
Kalama
163. See also Charles, Philip.
Kalamuan (?), Manuel
54
Kane, Betty (Mrs. Bobby)
20, 21
Kane, Bobby
20
Kane, Jimmy
20
Kane, Kenneth
21
Kane, Parten (Pardon)
20, 21
Kanine, Jim
163
Kashkash, Jim
163
Katzeek, Dan
65.3, 130.3
Kayan, Peter
130.4
Kearney, Fred
163
Keaton (?)
163
Keaton, Malcolm
163
Kegan, George
130.4
Keith, Johnny
205.4
Kekos
163
Kelley, Louis
163
Kelley, Louis, Mrs.
163
Kelly, Jim
163
Kelly, John
179
Kelly, Steve
122.5
Kelsey, Effie Thomas
163
Kelsey, Johnnie
163
Kelsey, Steve
156.3
Kennedy, John
19, 69.3
Kentuck, John
22
Kenu
138m
Kenum, Jerry
109. See also Canim, Jerry.
Kepel Joe
157
Kermorets, Charley
99.4.1. See also Kimonets, Charley.
Kershaw, Dr.
22
Kesler, Mrs.
18, 69
Kesler, Sam
18, 19, 69.
Kessler, Sam
163
Kessler, Sam, Mrs.
163
Ketz, Milla
12.2. See also Millaketz.
Khot, John
106. See also Xot, John.
Kibbe, Minnie
203
Kichaia, Nelly (?)
102
Kichaia, Willy (?)
106
Kilás, Aplaya
54
Kimonets, Charley
99.4.1. See also Kermorets, Charley.
Kingston (?), Bob
69
Kinney, John
163, 216
Kinsman, Annie
170
Kinsman, Mrs.
170
Kirby, George
60
Kishawa, Elisha
163
Kiwelis
178. See also Chicago Dick; Dick, Chicago.
Klaney (?), Gus
130.3
Klukshan, Moses
130.3
Klutchie, Charlie
163
Knight, Bill
156.3
Knight, Fanny
163
Knight, Isabel
156.3
Knight, Jake
148.5
Knight, Jim
156.3
Knight, Marjorie
156.3
Knight, Melinda
156.3
Knight, Moses
116.2
Knight, Moses, Mrs.
116.2
Knight, Philburn
156.3
Knight, Rhoda
156.2-.3
Knight, Steve
43.1, 156.3, 163, 204.3
Kolle, Josie
19
Kopasur
186.2
Krohns, C. A.
60
Kruse, Mrs.
163
Kruse, Rose
216
Kuchup, Joe
163
Kül lü lü
69.4. See also Kululu.
Kululu
19, 163, 216. See also Kül lü lü.
Kunanesty (?), Mrs.
130.5
Kunorets
99.4
Kwitutc
166. See also Nejo, Jose.
Kwiumps, Bessie
163
Kwiumps, Laushlie Hunt
163
Kwoikwoi, Jim
106
Kwoikwoi, Maggie
106
Kyselka (?), George
60
Lacey, Dee
210.7, 212.7-.8
Lachapa, Pablo
186.2, 186.4. See also Luchapa, Pablo; Maikwot'ukwûs (?); Obispo, Pablo.
La Chapo, Antonio
186.1
Lachuga, Ida, Mrs.
163
Lachuso, Manuel
186.1-.2
Lachuso, Pablo
186.2
Lackart, Lorraine
156.3. See also Lockhart, Lorraine.
Lafonso, Elmer
163, 216
Lagoon Ben
101.2
Lala, Francisca
194.5
Lambertson, Mary
62.2
Lammawin, Camilo
143.1
LaMore, Donny
163
LaMore, John
16
Lancaster, Molly
16
Lane, Jerry
60
Lane, Mary V.
163
Lang, Tom
31, 163
Lang, Tom, Mrs.
31
Langford, Carl
163
Langley, Marion
156.3
Lareson, Old Bill
19
Larry, Bill
163. See also Ironholder, Bill.
Lathrobe
163
Lavell (?), Nellie
170
Law, Mamie
163
Lawrence, Mrs.
106
Lawrer, Dolly, Mrs.
163
Lawson, Tom
163
Lea (?), Nellie
163
Leana
7
Leauanae
198.1
Lee, Henry H.
19, 69, 69.3-.4
Leeson, Charles
130.4
Lemay, Martha
163, 216
Lemay, Mrs.
163
Lena
7
Lent, Joe
88, 91.1, 91.5, 104.1-.4
Leon, Bob
60
Leon, Jesus Vega
16
Leon, Lena
163
Leon, Mayfield
163
Leon, T.
148.4-.7
Leon, Thomas
163
Lewis, Jane
19, 69.2, 163
Lewis, Lucy
156.3, 204.8. See also Louis, Lucy.
Lewis, Susie
163
Lewis, William
163
Lewis, Wilsey
163
Liborio
186.1
Libby, John
19, 69.4
Lilly, Tom
60
Linares, Mercedes
34.1, 34.3
Linares-Gomez
74
Lincoln, Francis
163
Lindsay, Elizabeth
163
Lino Family
128.37
Lippen, Bessie
215.2
Lisandro, Eli
216
Lisandro, Elin
163
Little, Amos
62.2, 163
Little Jim
138m
Little John (Halkub)
106
Little, Mrs.
163
Little Tobey (Toby)
204.36, 204.38
Livingstone, Johnny
113.1
Liza
101.2
Lochess, Byron
31. See also Lotchez, Byron.
Lochrie, Rose
86.2
Lockhart, Clarence
156.3
Lockhart, Lorraine
156.3. See also Lackart, Lorraine.
Lockhart, Mrs.
163
Logan, Abe
6, 163
Logan, Billy
19, 69.4
Loloma, Charles
137m
Lolorias, Juan
134.7
Long Dick
7
Lópes, Martina
16
Lopez, Antonio
134.1, 134.3, 134.8
Lopez, Frank
209.4
Lopez, John
214
Lopez, John, Sr.
163
Lopez, Nettie
85.5, 209.4
Lorenzo, Daisy
148.7, 148.9
Lorenzo, Harry
148.8-.9
Losada, Juan
60
Los Santos, Jo, Mrs.
163
Lotchez, Byron
31. See also Lochess, Byron.
Louis, Lucy
156.3. See also Lewis, Lucy.
Louisa
186.1
Low, Cabel
12.9
Lowell, Daisy
163
Lowell, Howison (?)
170
Lowry
106
Lucas, Jack
60
Luchapa, Pablo
186.2, 186.4. See also Lachapa, Pablo; Maikwot'ukwûs (?); Obispo, Pablo.
Lucky, Kate
163
Lucky of Merip
99.4.1, 99.4.5, 157. See also oloki; Merip, Lucky of.
Lugo, Remigio
60
Lui
198.1
Luluk, Steve
163
Luna, Polonia
194.4
Lundy, Jack
88, 104.2 (Paiute?)
Lundy, Jim (Jack)
88, 104.2 (Miwok?)
Luz, José de
16
Lynch, Jenny
130.4
Lyon, D. B.
199
M. G.
130.7
M., Margaret
156.3
Maccaro, Captain Juan
60
MacDonald, Harold
21
Maces, Antonio
186.2
MacGaughlin
1.2-.3
Macgregor, Gordon
156.3
Machado, Angelina
16
Mack, Bessie
157
Mack, Charlie
193
Mack, John
163
MacKay, Peter
130.7
MacKibben, Mrs.
163
MacKintosh, Mrs.
20
Maclise, Miguel
16
Maddux, Fred
174
Maderios, Carroll
128.37
Mage, Mary
163
Magee, Jakie
88, 94
Maggie of Weitchpec
See Turk, William, Mrs.
Maggison, Mrs.
101.2
Maikwot'ukwûs (?)
186.2. See also Lachapa, Pablo; Luchapa, Pablo; Obispo, Pablo.
Majoi, Fred
163
Major, Fred
204.20, 204.22
Major, Mary
163, 204.24
Major, Peter
130.7
Malone, Lucy Ruffy
215.2
Man Lker'L (?)
157
Manamish, Manuel
180
Manuel, Captain Santos
60
Manuel, Frank
59.2.2
Manuel, Julia
194.5
Manwell, Jack
60
Manwell, James
60
Maranda, James
156.3. See also Mirando, James.
Marcy
156.3
Marden, Pete
60
Margaret
21
Maria
34.2
Maria, Juan
194.5
Maris, William
60
Mariyah, Jose
134.1
Markishtum, Ada
83
Markishtum, Luke
83
Marks, Horace
130.11
Marks, Josie
99.4, 99.4.17
Markussen, Allie
1.1-.2, 1.8. See also James, Lottie.
Marone
86.2
Marret, Antone
163
Marsh, Sadie
163
Marshall, James
12.10, 12.14
Marshall, James, Sr.
163 (Hupa)
Marshall, Jim, Mrs.
75
Marshall, Julius
12.10, 12.14
Marshall, Mary
1.8
Marshall, Mrs.
99.4.2
Marteo
163
Martin, Charley
12.9
Martin Family
163
Martin, George
19, 69.4, 163, 216
Martin, Jack
216
Martin, Mr.
156.3
Martin, Sadie
216. See also Martinez, Sadie.
Martin, Sary
163
Martinez, Sadie
18, 69.5. See also Martin, Sadie.
Marty, Mr.
156.3
Mary
106
Mary Ann
138m
Masadia
163
Mason, Ernest
117
Masten, David
214
Masten (?), Jim
1.8
Masten (?), Jim, Mrs.
1.8
Maston, Bill, Mrs.
99.4.5, 99.4.10
Maston, Dave
99.4.2
Maston, Jimmy
99.4.17
Mata, Juan
16
Mata, Loreta
16
Mata, Louisa
16
Mata, Zeferino
16
Mataitini, Etuate (Edward)
198.2
Mataitini, Ratu Joni
198.2
Matcall, Jim
12.9
Mather, Caspar
130.4
Mather Creek Jake
163. See also Indian Jake; Smith, Jake.
Mather, George
130.4
Matilton, Louis
163
Mattockson, Phoebe
163
Mattuson (?), Phoebe
1.8
Maud
138m
Maximillian, Henry, Sr.
163
Maximo, Charley
203
Maxwell, Annie
170
Maxwell, Frank
163, 216
Maxwell, Jennie
170. See also Yuagua.
McCall, Nony (?)
69.5
McCash
163
McCash, George
163
McCauley, Ella
19, 69, 69.3-.4
McClellan, Alice
175, 215.2
McClellan, Pete, Mrs.
175, 215.2
McCloud, Jo
163
McCloud, Margaret
20
McCloud, Martha
163
McCloud, Sally
163
McCorkle, Sally
163
McDaniel, Oscar
163
McDaniel, Santiago
163
McDonald, Mrs.
157
McDonald, Tom
163
McDowell, Johnny
29.5-.7
McFarlane, Blanche
106
McGarity, Cecil
215.2
McGimsey, J.
153.3
McKay, George
65.9, 130.7-.9
McKesick, Fred
60
McKinley, Charles
163
McKinley, Isaac
163
McLaine, Austin
48.1, 163, 204.27-.30, 204.32, 204.36, 216
McLane, Albert
204.36
McLane, Carrie
204.36
McLaughlin, Elsie
1.8, 215.2
McWhinney, John
43.1-.2, 156.2-.3, 204.3-.4
McWhorter, Dr.
106
Meachans, Henry
163
Mechach (?), Bill
163
Meek, Jack
21
Melendrez, Onofre
16
Mercer, Robert
22
Merip, Lucky of
See Lucky of Merip.
Mesa, Benito
16
Mesa, Leonora
16. See also Calles, Leonora.
Mesa, Manuel
16
Meta, Jim
157
Metalugo, Jim
99.4.1
Metcalf, Billy
6
Metcalf, Lucy
6, 163
Metemshequarow (?), Steven
119.2
Metock, Tony
59.2.2, 60
Miguel, Frank
59.2.2
Miguel, George
178
Miguel, José
34.3-34.4, 194.4. See also Coyote.
Miguel, Joseph
59.2.2
Miguel, Patrick
119.2, 194.5
Mike, Davis
163
Mike, Frank
163
Millaketz
12.2. See also Ketz, Milla.
Miller, A. C.
31
Miller, Daisy
215.2
Miller, Duwayne
175, 215.2
Miller, Elijah
163
Miller, Frank
156.3, 204.5-.7 (Ukiah Pomo)
Miller, Frank
69.5 (of Quincy)
Miller, Harry
86.2, 163
Miller, Lucinda
175, 215.2
Milroy, Tom
107.2
Milton, Guy
153.4, 209.6
Minnow, Jimmy
1.8
Minnow, Jimmy, Mrs.
1.8
Mirabal, Vincenti
137m
Miranda, Mike
73
Miranda, Nicolas
34.3-.4
Miranda, Pedra (Petra)
34.1, 34.3-.4, 74
Miranda, Steban
73, 74. See also Miranda, Stephen.
Miranda, Stephen
34.4. See also Miranda, Steban.
Mirando, James
156.3. See also Maranda, James.
Mirando, Teresa
156.3
Mitchell
163. See also Neechock, Bill.
Mitchell, Ada
156.3
Mitchell, John
106
Mitchell, Margaret
156.3
Mitchell, Mrs.
106, 109
Mitchell, Mr.
156.3
Modesto, Luis
111
Mojado, Soledad
2
Mollie (Molly)
99.4.
Moline, Tony
19, 69
Monohan, Charley
109
Montgomery, George
163
Montgomery, Lucy
5
Montgomery, Scott
163
Moody, Walter
163
Moore, Billy
31
Moore, George
163, 204.36, 204.38
Moore, Jim
170
Moore, Jim, Mrs.
111
Moore, Mrs.
163
Moore, Ralph
163
Mooretown, Dr. Jim
60
Morales, Catarina
13
Moranda, Marion
163
Morando, Butler
156.3
Morby, Miss
156.3
Morgan, Beecham
163
Morgan, Dave
19, 69.4
Morgan, Miss
156.3
Moro, Domingo
60, 82.11-.12
Morongo, Benjamin
180, 194.4
Morongo, Rosie
194.5
Morris, Aleck
106
Morris, David
130.9
Morrison, Louisa
113.1
Morriston, Edward, Mrs.
130.7
Mose, Isaac
31
Mose, Isaac, Mrs.
31
Mose, Mrs.
216
Moses, Albert
106
Moses, Andy
130.4
Moses, Joe
109
Moses, Jimmy, Mrs.
100
Mountain Sal (?)
19
Moustache
138m
Mullen, Jack
60 (Pomo)
Mullin, B. T.
163, 216
Mullin, Jack
19, 69.4 (Maidu)
Mullin, John
163, 216. See also Mullin, "Little" John.
Mullin, "Little" John
216. See also Mullin, John.
Murillo, Marcus
128.37
Murillo, Miss
128.37
Murphy, Ellen
178
Murphy, Miss
156.3
Murphy, Mrs.
163
Murphy, R.
156.3
Murry, K. D.
69.5
Musalakon, Pedro Mariano
163, 180
Nancy
106. See also Big John, Mrs.
Narcisso
186.1
Natchez
132
Naylor, Louis
153.4
Neal, Dick
178
Neal, Matilda
61.1
Neechock, Bill
163. See also Mitchell.
Neil (?), Dick
7
Nejo, Dolores
60
Nejo, Felicidad
166
Nejo, Francisco
166
Nejo, Isidro
186.5
Nejo, Jose
166. See also Kwitutc.
Nejo, Leandro
60
Nejo, Rosalia
186.3
Nejo, Rosalie
60, 186.5
Nejo, Ysidro
60
Nellie
157
Nelson, Adeline
163, 216
Nelson, George, Mrs.
1.8
Nelson, Herbert
31
Nelson, Minnie
163
Nelson, Mrs.
19, 69.4, 130.12
Newlan (?), Jake
88, 152.2, 205.2
Newlan (?), Jennie
87.3, 90.2, 206.3-.4. See also Newland, Jennie.
Newland, Jennie
213.1. See also Newlan, Jennie.
Newlin, Jessie
196
Nichols, Petra
74
Nigh, George
163, 216
Nikis, Ed
163
Nils, Charles
163
Nisloss (?), Peter
117
Nolasquez (?), Carolina
81.1, 81.4, 82.13
Nomest (?), Frank
163
Nona
138m
Norman, Charley
60
Norte, Julio
60
North Folk (Fork?) Jim
12.9
Northrup, Frank (?)
60
Norton, Charles
163
Norton, Minnie
119.2, 122.1-.2, 122.4
Nowidot (?), Francisco
194.5
Nuiloa (?), Kena
198.1
Numana, Captain Dave
37.1-37.4, 132. See also Captain Dave (Numana).
Nye, Bertha
163
Nye, George
163
Nye, Josie
163
Obi
157
Obispo, Pablo
186.2, 186.4. See also Lachapa, Pablo; Luchapa, Pablo; Maikwot'ukwûs (?).
O'day, Mike
60
Odock, Thomas
60
Offield, Frank, Mrs.
1.8. See also Offield, Mamie.
Offield, Mamie
1.2-.3, 1.8, 15, 98, 146.1-.2, 174, 215.1. See also Offield, Frank, Mrs.
Oite, Captain John
19, 69. See also Captain John.
Okä'te'yek (?)
157
Old Baker Bill
19, 69.5. See also Bill, Old Baker.
Old Charley
157
Old Dan
157
Old Ellen
163
Old George
106
Old Henry
157
Old Jack
170
Old Joaquin
170. See also Tugayan.
Old Lady Garry
163. See also Garry, Old Lady.
Old Lady Skirk
99.4.15. See also Skirk, Old Lady.
Old Maggie
163
Old Man Fox
21. See also Fox, Old Man.
Old Man Hotch (?)
130.3. See also Hotch (?), Old Man.
Old Man Joaquin
163. See also Joaquin, Old Man.
Old Man Johnson
130.3. See also Johnson, Old Man.
Old Man Sampson
163. See also Sampson, Old Man.
Old Man Simpson
163. See also Simpson, Old Man.
Old Man Stanley
163. See also Stanley, Old Man.
Old Man White
130.3. See also White, Old Man.
Old Mrs. George
163. See also George, Old Mrs.
Old Mrs. Starish
130.6. See also Starish, Old Mrs.
Old Ned
175, 215.2-.3. See also Rasper, Ned.
Old Pete
106
Old Roger
106
Old Sally
163
Old Susie
109
Old Wool
60
Ole Salem
216. See also Salem, Ole.
Oliver, Annie
170
Olliver, Casoose
60
oloki
See Lucky of Merip.
Olsen, Clarence
122.5
Olter, Pete
163
Om blu ni
19
Omesia
13
o'ohkaman:a'de'tah
134.1
Orcutt, Georgia Henry
1.2, 1.8, 15, 63, 64, 146.1-.2, 163, 172, 173, 174, 175, 214, 215.1-.4
Orick, Bob
99.4.17
Ortega, Julio
186.1
Ortez, Althea Campbell
156.3
Orton, Bensell
163
Orton, Molly
135
Oscar, Louis
99.4.17
Osuna, Maria
16
Osuna, Rosa
16
Otea, Tim
74
Owhai, Ike
163
Pablo, Jose
60
Pablo, William
194.5
Padawa, Allen
163
Paddock, Ben
138m
Paddock, Kate
138m
Padilla, Charlie
18, 19, 69.1-.2
Page, Joseph
214
Painter, T.
138m
Paipar, Vicente
60
Papi, Tat
54
Parasant, Tom
138m
Parker, Lewis
19, 69.3-.4
Parrish, Steve
45.1, 156.3, 204.12
Passador, Joe
59.2.2
Patch, Carmelita
163
Patch, Eliza
163
Patch, Elvira
163
Patch, George
60, 148.1-.3
Patch, Josephine
163
Patch, Raphael
163
Patch, Rebecca
163
Patricia
156.3. See also Elliott, Patricia.
Patterson, Martha
163, 215.2
Paul, Annie
116.1
Paul, Joe
113.1, 116.1, 117
Pauline
138m
Peckwan Jim
75, 99.4.2
Peel, Mr.
130.7
Peña, Charles
166
Peña, Nicholas
194.5
Peña, Romana
166
Pender, Ed
60
Pepper, Dumphrey
163, 215.2
Pepper, John
1.3, 163
Pepper, Susie Jane
1.8. See also Pepper, Susy Jane.
Pepper, Susy Jane
1.2-.3. See also Pepper, Susie Jane.
Perchmi, Johnny
101.2
Perez, Jose
111
Perkins, Mrs. Kenneth
22
Pete
99.4.1, 99.4.10
Pete
12.1, 12.9 (Nongatl)
Pete, Ann
101.1-.2
Pete, Mrs.
156.3
Peter
12.1
Peter, Bertha
1.1-1.2. See also Peter, Tommy, Mrs.
Peter, Tom
20
Peter, Tommy, Mrs.
1.1-.2, 1.8. See also Peter, Bertha.
Peters, Louisa
109
Peters, Pete
99.4.17
Peters, William, Mrs.
106
Peterson, Mrs.
163
Peyota, Mr.
156.3
Philip, Jack
60
Philip, Pete
69.3. See also Phillips, Pete.
Phillips, Cecilia
106
Phillips, Charlie
163
Phillips, Henry
65.2, 130.2-.3
Phillips, Mary
201
Phillips, Pete
19. See also Philip, Pete.
Phillips, Sally
201
Philpott, Moses
163. See also Filpa, Moses.
Pica, Nicolas, Sr.
52m
Picayune, Alik (Alec)
19, 69.3-.4
Pierce, Charles
163
Pierce, Ella
215.2
Pimona, Dick
170
Pimona, Mollie
170
Pine, Jim
194.5
Pinkie, Jack
163, 216
Pinkie, Jack, Mrs.
163
Pinkie, Liza
216
Pinky, John
19, 69.4
Pinola, Bob
163
Piper, William
86.1, 86.6, 88, 92.2, 92.4, 152.2-.3, 207.6, 213.4
Pipesha, Jessie
106
Plane, Lewis
134.1. See also Blane, Lewis.
Plum, Mrs.
69.4
Poker, Bob
157
Poker, Jim
163. See also Jim, Poker.
Polk, John
163
Pollick, Mrs.
156.3
Polly
19, 60, 69, 69.3-.4
Pondolly, George
163. See also Towndolly, George.
Pondolly, John
163. See also Towndolly, John.
Pony
60
Pope, Tom
111
Posch, Roger
156.3
Posh, Edward
59.2.2
Postal, Mr.
106
Postal, Raphael
163. See also Raphael; Costa, Raphael.
Potter, Mrs.
156.3
Potter, Van
156.3
Poulos, Tom
156.3
Powawit, Johnnie
163
Powell, Frank
163, 203
Powell, John
203
Powers, Dick
163
Pratt, Ed
163
Prince, Theodore
214
Pringle, Mrs.
20
Prout, Jane
18, 19, 69.2-.3
Pugh, Mr.
156.3
Pumpkin, Charley
60
Pumpkin, Jim
180
Punch, Henry
19, 60
Punkin, Emma
61.1
Purdy, Carl
156.3
Purich (?), Henry
69.4
Quail, John
138m
Quero, Juanillo
186.1
Quilp, Angel
180
Quinby (?), Ellen
1.8. See also Hostler, Ellen.
Quinn, Father
156.3
Quinn, Mac
163
Quisto, Juan
52m
R., Lewis
106
rä kä s
157. See also Abe.
Ramses
163, 216
Ramshaw, James
86.2
Ran, Mrs.
163, 216
Raphael
186.1. See also Charley, Raphael.
Raphael
163. See also Costa, Raphael; Postal, Raphael.
Rappaport, Dr.
156.3
Rasper, Ned
See Old Ned.
Rávago, "Clarencio"
16. See also Hall, Clarence.
Ray, Beatrice
156.3
Ray, Gill
50, 163, 204.42-204.43
Red Cap Tom
1.7, 172. See also Tom, Red Cap.
Red Cap Tom, Mrs.
1.2, 1.8, 163. See also Tom, Mrs.; Tom, Red Cap, Mrs.
Redwood Sam, Mrs.
1.4, 1.8
Reebe, Maggie
204.13
Reece, Frank, Mrs.
1.2-.3, 1.8
Rees, Hoksie (?)
19
Rees, Tony
163, 216
Reeves, Mrs.
19. See also Chi chi.
Rena
138m
Renomay
54
Reuben, Dick
170
Reynolds, James
86.2, 208.9
Rhodes, Mrs.
195
Rice, Billy
204.5-.7
Richard, Nick
214
Richards, Arthur
153.4
Richards, Mrs.
86.2
Riddle, Jim
163
Riggs, Jennie
163
Riley, Amos
214
Riley, Mr.
184
Rip
138m
Rivers, Robert
163
Roan, Jack
61.1-.2
Roan, Jim
181
Roan, Polly
61.1. See also Jones, Polly Roan.
Roar, Pedie
163
Robert, Carrie
1.8. See also Robert, (Sandy Bar) Jim, Mrs.
Robert, Jim
1.8, 163. See also Sandy Bar Jim.
Robert, (Sandy Bar) Jim, Mrs.
1.8. See also Robert, Carrie.
Roberts, Annie
1.7. See also Roberts, Frank, Mrs.
Roberts, Carrie
175, 215.2
Roberts, Dave
19, 69, 163
Roberts, Emma
156.3
Roberts, Frank, Mrs.
1.1-.2, 1.7. See also Roberts, Annie.
Roberts, Joe
157
Roberts, Sadie
216
Robinson, Andrew
117
Robinson, George
85.2, 86.2, 88, 153.3-.4, 207.5, 208.7-.8, 209.2-.3 (Paiute)
Robinson, George
113.1 (Tsimshian?)
Robinson, James
117
Robinson, Jane
113.1
Rock Creek Jim
163, 216
Rocker, Ellen
163
Rodgers, Chief
109
Rodgers, William
106, 107.1, 109
Rodgers, William, Mrs.
109
Rogers (Rodgers), Peter
106, 107.1, 109
Romasanta, Manuel
54
Romero, Florentina
16
Rooker, Mary
88, 93, 153.4, 209.5
Rooney, Stewart
106
Roosbury, Bill
163
Roosevelt, H., Mrs.
119.2
Root, Mrs.
101.2
Rosalia
186.2
Rosalie
186.1, 186.3
Rosemyre, James, Mrs.
60
Ross, Walter
109
Rotuma, Simi
198.1
Round Mountain Jack
70, 71
Rowland, Floyd
156.3
Ruben (Rubens), Nellie (Nettie)
1.2-.3, 1.7-.8., 163, 175, 215
Rudolph, Charley
65.2, 130.1
Rudolph, Mrs.
21
Sa'a'kyoim:e'te'tam
134.1
Sabatco, Miguel
194.5
Saigo, Johnny, Mrs.
106
Sakaban, Pilis
54
Sakdehain
116.1. See also Humchitt, Moody, Mrs.
Salem, Ole
163, 216. See also Ole Salem.
Sally
101.2
Sally
7. See also Arnet (?), Sally. (Washo)
Sally of Weitchpec
99.4. See also Weitchpec, Sally of.
Salmon, Bill
163
Salvador
186.1-.2
Salvador, C.
148.3-.4 (Diegueño)
Salvador, Clifford
163 (Pomo)
Sam
12.1, 12.9, 12.14 (Sinkyone)
Sam
7 (Paiute)
Sam
163 (Achomawi)
Sam, Aleck
75
Sam, Doc
163. See also Doc Sam.
Sam, Lizzie
12.9
Sam, Mary
106, 109
Sam, Redwood, Mrs.
1.4
Sam, Steve
107.2
Sambo, Sargent
163. See also Sargent Sambo; Sergeant Sambo.
Sampson, Mary (Mrs. Dick)
163
Sampson, Old Man
163. See also Old Man Sampson.
Samson, Billy
106
Samson, Dick
163
Samson, Lucy
106
Samuels, Mary
180
San Juan, Toribio
54
Sanderson, Mrs.
156.3
Sandy Bar Jenny
215.2
Sandy Bar Jim
1.8. See also Robert, Jim.
Sandy Bar Joe
15, 62.2, 64, 215.1-.4. See also Jack, Joe.
Sanford, Mary
156.3
Sarása, Primitivo (?)
54
Sargent Sambo
163. See also Sambo, Sargent; Sergeant Sambo.
Sartwell, Jim
101.2
Saulque, Adaline L.
94
Saulque, Mary
205.3
Sawe NnuhWE (ShaweNnuhWE, SaweniuhWE, ShavanuWE and ShavanuhWE)
134.1, 134.3, 134.8
Saxon, Charles
163
Schonchin, Evaline
163
Schonchin, Peter
163
Schrypes (?), Henry
163
Schulte, Frank
170
Schultz, Ken
156.3
Scott, Dan
156.3
Scott, Dick
19, 69.3-.4
Scott, Dorine
156.3
Scott, Dorothy Phelps
20
Scott, Elmer
163
Scott, Jennie
163, 101.2
Scott, Maud
156.3
Scott, Mrs.
29.6
Scott, Mr.
29.6
Scott, Salome
156.3
Scott, Tellestine
163
Scotty, Jimmy
21. See also James, Scotty.
Seattle, John
106, 109
Seegel, Emily
44, 204.10-.11
Sehaiyuni
170. See also Sihaiyuni.
Sengstacken, Mrs.
22
Sergeant, Sambo
77, 214. See also Sargent Sambo; Sambo, Sargent.
Serrano, Dolores
17
Seymour, Joe
163
Seymour, Jose
101.2
Seymour, Maggie
101.1-.2
Seymoure, Eva
163
Sergeant Sambo
77, 214. See also Sargent Sambo; Sambo, Sargent.
Serrano, Dolores
17
Sharkey, Adrian, Reverend
156.3
Shaw, David
113.1-.2
Shaw, Jake
88, 91.6, 154.3-.4
Shaw, Jennie
196
Sheard, Rosie
163
Sheldon, Daisy
21
Sheldon, Nancy
163
Shelton, William
109
Shepard, John T.
210.4, 212.1-.3
Shepard, Susie
212.1, 212.4-.6
Sherman, John
163
Sherman, Polly
170
Sherwood, Jack
59.2.2
Sherwood Jim
59.2.2, 60
Shipes, Henry
216. See also Shypes, Henry.
Shoemaker, John
62.1, 171
Shorty, Kaleb
163
Shotridge, Ed
65.2, 130.2
Shutiva Family
128.37
Shypes, Henry
216. See also Shipes, Henry.
Siatkhton, Charles
106, 107.2, 109
Siddell, Julia
83
Sihaiyuni
170. See also Sehaiyuni.
Silversmith, Angun (?)
130.4
Simmons, Bill
163
Simmons, Emma
106, 109
Simmons, Hoxie (Hoksie)
6, 163
Simmons, Leah Johnson
163, 216
Simon
60
Simon, Joe
163
Simon, John
106, 107.2
Simon, Marie
163
Simonet, R. B.
156.3
Simpson
106
Simpson, Old Man
163. See also Old Man Simpson.
Singing Jack
170
Sister Benedicta
156.3
Sister Rafina
156.3
Siva, Annie
194.5
Siwite
99.4.15
Skelly, Mr.
21
Skirk
99.4.15
Skirk, Johnny
99.4.17, 214
Skirk, Old Lady
99.4.15
Skoits
157
Sloan (Sloane), Edna
156.3
Sloane, Edna Campbell
163
Sloane, Lester
156.3
Sloknich
61.1
slolek
157
Sloluck ("George")
55.1-.3, 58
Slyke, Bessie
163, 216
Smarch, Jack
20
Smarch, Jack, Mrs.
20
Smarch, Virginia
21
Smith, Agnes Grant
163
Smith, Albert
101.2
Smith, Andrew
21, 163
Smith, Charly (?)
21
Smith, Daisy
138m. See also Daisy.
Smith, Dick
163, 216
Smith, Dr.
156.3
Smith Family
163
Smith, Frank
20, 21
Smith, George
60, 69, 163, 216
Smith, Hood
216
Smith, Ike
163
Smith, Jack
19, 69.5, 163
Smith, Jake
163. See also Indian Jake; Mather Creek Jake.
Smith, Jennie
1.8
Smith, Jess
22
Smith, Jim
163
Smith, Jim (Thomas)
163
Smith, John
122.3
Smith, John, Jr.
163
Smith, Katie
216
Smith, Louis
163
Smith, Lucy
101.2, 163. See also Dan, Lucy. (Tolowa)
Smith, Lucy
6 (Rogue River Athapaskan)
Smith, Mary
101.2, 106 (Pacific Northwest)
Smith, Mary
156.3 (Pomo)
Smith, Peter
156.3
Smith, Rodney
163
Smith, Sam
99.4.1
Smith, Silas B.
88, 89, 104.1-.2
Smith, Tom
140, 141
Smith, Wild Jack
163, 216
Smohala, Jack
107.1
Smoke
138m
Smoker, Amy McCarthy
1.1-.2, 1.8. See also Smoker, Willie, Mrs.
Smoker, Fanny
1.1-.2, 1.8
Smoker, Henry, Mrs.
1.8. See also Smoker, Maggie.
Smoker, Maggie
1.8. See also Smoker, Henry, Mrs.
Smoker, Willie, Mrs.
1.1-.2, 1.8. See also Smoker, Amy McCarthy.
Smythe, Dr.
156.3
Sneider, Sam
106, 109
Snelling, Emma
163
Snitlam, George
100
Snook, John
163
Snook, Lucy
163
Snooks, George
163
Snooks, Jackson
163
Snooks, John
191
Snooks, Mrs.
191
Snoqualmie Charly
107.2
Snow, Annie
156.3
Snow, Martina
156.3
Snow, Rodney
156.3
Snow, William
163
Snyder, Jack
69.4
Socktish, Mary
62.1-.2, 64, 171
Solorsan, Acension
23
Spanish, Nora
137m
Spanish, William
137m
Sparkman, J. O.
60
Spence, D. L.
184
Spidish, Martin, Jr.
163
Spink, Lucy
215.2
Spot, Robert
163
Spott (?), Kitty
1.8
Spott, Robert
214
Squalley, Dave
106, 109
Squally (?), Dave, Mrs.
109
Squimkin, Tommy
163
Sregon Jim
157
Sregon Jim, Mrs.
157
Stacey, John B.
163
Stacono, Charlie
163
Stanley, Old Man
163. See also Old Man Stanley.
Star, Charlie
117
Star, Emma
116.1-.2. See also Star, Sam, Mrs.
Star, Jim
106
Star, Joseph
130.7
Star, Peter
116.2
Star, Sam
116.2
Star, Sam, Mrs.
116.1-.2. See also Star, Emma.
Star, Sampson
117
Starish, Old Mrs.
130.7
Starkey, Ida, Mrs.
163
Starr, Philip
106
Steel, Fedon
163
Steele, Johnnie
60
Steenberg, Frank
22
Stella
138m
Stephan, Annie
20
Stephen
111
Steve, Charlie
138m
Steve, Hattie
163
Steve, Henry
109
Steven, Annie
163, 216
Steven, Carrie
1.4
Steven, Jim
216
Stevens, Jim
163
Stevens, John
75
Stevens, William, Mrs.
1.8
Stevenson, Mrs.
156.3
Stewart, Alec
156.3
Stewart, Ethel
156.3
Stewart, John
163. See also Bell, Johnny.
Stoden, Mrs.
156.3
Stone, Emma
1.8
Stone, Thomas
152.2. See also Stone, Tom.
Stone, Tom
86.7, 88, 92.1, 206.2 (?), 207.6, 210.6, 213.4. See also Stone, Thomas.
Stonecoal, Samson
163
Stoughton, Mrs.
156.3
Stowen, Bill
75, 99.4.10, 99.4.16
Strader, Gene
156.3
Strand, Logan
86.2
Street, Tom
163, 216
Suehead, Frank
18, 19, 69.2-.3, 163
Suehead, Jessie
19, 69.2
Suehead, Thompson
19, 69, 69.2-.3
Sunset Billy
101.2
Super, Annie
1.2-.3, 1.8
Susie
7
Sutton, Billy
106
Sweetser, Captain Ed
59.2.2, 60. See also Captain Ed Sweetser.
Switzler, Will
163
Sydney, Angela
20, 21 (?). See also Sydney, George, Mrs.
Sydney, Betty
21
Sydney, Edgar
20, 21
Sydney, George, Mrs.
20, 21. See also Sydney, Angela.
Sydney, Minnie
21
Sydney, Pete
21
Sylvers, Pablo
216
Symmes, Emma
85.1, 88, 153.4, 208.6, 209.7-.10, 210.1-.2 (?)
Symmes, John
85.1
Talyo
52m
Tamery, Mrs.
130.4
Tangre
138m
ta'owa (?)
157
Taylor, Jo
19, 69.4
Taylor, Lilly
163
Taylor, Rose
19, 69, 69.3-.4, 163
Tawal
186.3
Tciwal
186.3
Teaford, George, Mrs.
60, 170
Tecolote de Bauza, Estefana
76.3
Tecolote, Manuel
76.3
Tehana, Frank
194.5
Teiwal
186.3
Telles, Lucy
163
Temple, Mrs.
106
Teperosa, Cecelio
180
Tibbits, Ben
86.4, 88, 152.3
Tillotson, Lizzie Franks
204.4
Tilluks, Mrs.
106
Thomas
110
Thomas, Albert
163
Thomas, Cecil
163
Thomas, Hattie
163
Thomas, Jennie
130.6
Thomas, Jo
163
Thomas, Juana Patch
163
Thomas, Lil
163
Thomas, Manuel
119.2
Thomas, Mattie
216
Thomas, Morgan
189
Thomas, Nattie
69
Thomas, Rafael
59.2.2
Thomas, Sam
178, 189
Thompson
106. See also Thompson, Henry. (Puget Sound)
Thompson
156.3 (Pomo)
Thompson, Alfred
115.3
Thompson, Anna
163, 216
Thompson, Coquille
6, 163
Thompson, Elmer
163
Thompson, Henry
106, 107.1. See also Thompson (Puget Sound)
Thompson, Henry
18, 19, 69.2-.4 (Maidu)
Thompson, Henry, Mrs.
106 (Puget Sound)
Thompson, Henry, Mrs.
18 (Maidu)
Thompson, Howard
60
Thompson, Jim
107.1, 109
Thompson, Lucy, Mrs.
163
Thompson, Patricia
115.1
Thompson, Sophie
180
Thompson, Tommy
163
Thomson, Henry
163
Tibo
54
Tillotson, Lizzie
163
Tiny Charley
149
Tipe, John
163
Tipton, Cephus
163
Tobin, Julia
138m
Toby, Tillie
163
Todokozie, Hastine
137m
Tom
138m (Southwest?)
Tom
110
Tom
180. See also Wokox.
Tom, Ben
15, 146.2, 163. See also Apachi.
Tom, Billy
19
Tom, Hattie
18, 19, 69
Tom, Imagone (?)
8.1
Tom, John, Mrs.
20
Tom, Liard
21
Tom, Minnie
138m
Tom, Mrs.
1.2, 1.8. See also Red Cap Tom, Mrs.
Tom, Red Cap
1.7. See also Red Cap Tom.
Tom, Red Cap, Mrs.
1.2, 1.8. See also Red Cap Tom, Mrs.
Tom, William
130.7
Tomasa
194.4
Tootsie
138m
Toplish
163
Toten, Miss
163
Tou ya nu ke
91.9. See also Watterson, Tom.
Towndolly, George
163. See also Pondolly, George.
Towndolly, John
163. See also Pondolly, John.
Tripp, Bessie
63, 146.2
Trippo, John
163
Tsuraoten (?)
157
Tugayan
180. See also Old Joaquin.
Tühübina
170
Tuley Creek Jim
157
Tungate, Legora
73
Tupai Jack
19, 69.4
Turk, William, Mrs.
1.1-.2, 1.8. See also Maggie of Weitchpec.
Turner, George
88, 154.6, 206.1
Turner, Sally Jackson
163
Tustruko
163
Uchoa, María
16
Ugly Bull
134.7. See also bat'dolo.
Umits
99.4. See also Amits.
Underwood, Isabelle
163
Urbana, Pachannga
194.5
Valenzuela, Enrique
16
Valenzuela, Fortino
16
Valenzuella (?), Salvadora
81.1, 81.3-.4, 81.8, 82.13
Valle, Anita
16. See also Valles, Anita.
Valle, Jesus
16
Vallejo, Dr.
23
Valles, Anita
16. See also Valle, Anita.
Van Alstin, Mrs.
106
Van Pelt, John
214
Van Pelt, Mrs.
101.1-.2
Van Pelt, Tom
101.2
Varriel (Veriol), Manuel
156.3
Vasquez, Raphael
111
Vasquez, Sebastiano
111
Vega, Secondino
16
Velasquez, Josefa
23. See also Doña Josefa.
Ventura
13
Vic
20
Vickers, George
116.1, 117
Veriol (Variol, Varrial, Varriel, Verrial, Verriel), Belle
156.3
Viejo, Bill
74
Vilastra, Emma
163
Vincente, George
59.2.2
Virtrice, Josephine
19, 69
Wacheño, Angela
186.4
Wager, John
163
Wagner, George
19
Wagner, Lew
19
Waikes (?), Chief Simon
113.2
Wainamawit, Tom
106
Walker
19
Walker, Alec
215.2
Walker, Chris
113.2-.3, 116.2
Walker, W. L.
22
Wall, George
163
Wallace, Andrew
116.1, 117
Wallace, Fred
137m
Wallace, John
130.7
Wallace, John
137m (Haida)
Wallace, Mrs. George
19, 69.3-.4. See also Wallace, Susie.
Wallace, Susie
69. See also Wallace, George, Mrs.
Wallone, Bill
69
Wallupe, Bill
19
Walson, Kate
163, 180
Walton, Rudolph
65.3, 130.3
Ward, Cornelia
29.6-.7
Ward, Rolly
12.9
Warren, Ed
65.3, 130.3
Warren, John
163
Washington, Emma
205.3
Washoe, Chaslie
163
Wata, Sam
163
Watchino, Johnny
163
Watclini, Johnny
163
Watcuwatc
180
Waters, Jo
186.2
Waters, Joe
186.1
Waters, José
186.1-.2, 186.4
Wathen (Wathem), Charles
42, 204.1, 204.47
Wathen (Wathem), Susie
42, 156.3, 204.1-.2
Watkins, Mrs.
186.1
Watt, Sophie
20
Watterson, Lee
205.2
Watterson, Tom
88, 90.2, 154.5, 154.7, 91.9. See also Tou ya nu ke.
Wayland, Mose
88, 91.3, 154.5. See also Wayland, Rose.
Wayland, Rose
91. See also Wayland, Mose.
Webb, Ed
163
Weber, Mr.
156.3
Webster, Rile
163
Webster, Susie
163
Weeks, Bessie
163
Weeks, Charley
60
Weeks, Charlie
163 (Shasta)
wehtcovahkyo'kE
134.1
Weitchpec Frank
99.4.1, 99.4.10
Weitchpec Johnny
157
Welch, Frank
163
Welko, Johnny
99.4.1, 99.4.17
Wellman, George
19, 69.2
Wells, Cora
1.2-.3, 1.8
Wells, Joe
73
Welmas, C.
81.1, 82.13
Wesley, Ed
113.1
Westbrook, C. E. L., Mrs.
198.1
Westerville, Susie
85.6, 88, 153.1, 153.4, 208.1-.3, 209.1
Westfall, Louisa
163. See also Hilliard, Louisa.
Westiphal, Peter
181
Wheaton, Tom
59.2.2
Whiskey Bill
163. See also George, William.
White, Andrew
45.2-.4, 204.13-.15
White, George
101.1, 163
White, Henry
101.2
White, Isaac
117
White, Jacob
117
White, Jennie
101.1
White, Mrs.
157 (Yurok)
White, Mrs.
20 (Yukon)
White, Mr.
65.3, 130.3
White, Old Man
130.3. See also Old Man White.
White, Redman
12.9
White, Wilson
163
Wicks, Edward, Mrs.
1.1-.2, 1.8. See also Horopop, Francis.
Widgit, Sally
163
Wigg, Frederick, Mrs.
65.10, 130.10
Wiley, Anton (Tony)
19, 69.2
Wilkes, Frank
60
Wilkinson, Frank
70
Willard, David, Mrs.
65.1, 130.1
Willard, John, Mrs.
65.3, 134.3
Williams, Annie
1.1-.2, 1.8
Williams, Billy
150.2, 156.3
Williams, Billy, Mrs.
20, 21
Williams, Caleb
116.1 (Tlingit)
Williams, Caleb
163 (Atsugewi)
Williams, Captain Wallope
60. See also Captain Wallope Williams.
Williams, Charles
214 (Yurok)
Williams, Charley (Charlie)
60, 156.3 (Pomo)
Williams, Clara
156.3
Williams, Dan
216
Williams, Fanny
21
Williams, George
130.4
Williams, Guy
113.1-.2
Williams, John
106
Williams, Joe, Mrs.
130.4
Williams, Kitty
163, 216
Williams, Mack
163
Williams, Mary
106, 109 (Puget Sound)
Williams, Mary
201 (Paiute)
Williams, Nanny
156.3
Williams, Rufugia
201
Williams, Sam
163
Williams, Sis, Mrs.
180
Williams, Susan
106, 107.1 (Puget Sound)
Williams, Susie
179 (Central Miwok)
Williams, Theresa
163
Williams, Tom
163, 179, 180, 203
Williams, William G.
156.3
Wills, Johnny
130.7
Willy, Joe
69
Wilsey, Harry
163
Wilsey, John
163
Wilsey, Lewis
163
Wilson, Amanda
19, 69, 69.4, 163, 216
Wilson, Charlie
101.2
Wilson, Frank
181
Wilson, Fred
163
Wilson, George
117
Wilson, Jim
163
Wilson, John
163
Wilson, Joseph
191
Wilson, Levi
163, 216
Wilson, Lucy
117
Wilson, Mandy
163
Wilson, Nathan, Mrs.
116.1, 117
Wilson, Sam
106, 109
Wilson, William
122.1, 122.7
Wilson, Woody
130.4
Wimshit, Frank
106. See also Winnesheet (?), Frank.
Windsor, Charlie, Mrs.
116.1
Winishut, Frank
163
Winkler, Andrew
163
Winkler, Jack
163
Winnesheet (?), Frank
102, 106. See also Wimshit, Frank.
Winyard, Charlie
163
Witcawa, Mrs.
99.4.1
Witico, Bob (?)
163
Wiunu
170, 180
Wohot, Jake
163
Wokox
180. See also Tom.
Wood, Isaac
113.1
Wood, Sally
101.2, 106
Woodchuck
19
Woodworth, Ned
60
Work, Billy
99.4.1, 99.4.11
Worthington, Chester
130.4
Wright, A.
185
Wright, Charles
163, 204.26, 216 (Concow)
Wright, Charley
60 (Wintu, Patwin)
Wright, Joe
65.1-.2, 130.1-.2
Wright, Pedro
163
Wright, Stella
156.3
Wright, Steve
156.3
Wrinkle, Charlie
212.9-.10
Wyatt, Lillian
61.1-.2
Wyatt, Marian
61.1-.2
Wyatt, Mike
61.1-.2
Wyatt, Mr.
163
Wyatt, Nancy
61.1-.2
Wyatt, Nancy, Mrs.
163
Xot, John
106, 107.1. See also Khot, John.
Yaime (?), Dick
69.2-.4
Yandell, David
87.2, 88, 154.6, 213.5
Yarmo, Lizzie
163
Yellow Sky
186.2
Yokam, John
22
Yonnie Pah'k
211.1-.4. See also Jones, Jim Tom; Jones, Tom.
Young, Elsie
1.1-.2
Young, Laura
19, 69, 69.4
Young, Lucy
204.23
Young, P. L., Mrs.
1.3, 1.8, 163
Young, Sam
163
Young, Sam, Mrs.
163
Younger, Margaret
163
Ysabel
186.4
Ysidro
186.4
Yuagua
170. See also Maxwell, Jennie.
Zakuse, Amelia
106, 109
Zúñiga, Rivas
16

(III). Index of Linguistic and Tribal Names

Achomawi [Achumawi] (California; Hokan)
60, 128.4, 191, 197, 200
Pit River
204.45, 204.46
Apache (Southwestern United States; Na Dené)
12.4, 23, 188
Atsugewi (California; Hokan)
191
Aztec (Mexico; Uto-Aztecan)
112
Bankalachi (California; Uto-Aztecan)
Toloim
34.2
Beaver (Nevada; Uto-Aztecan)
138.7m
Bella Bella (British Columbia; Wakashan)
116
Cahuilla (California; Uto-Aztecan)
11, 60, 128.5, 161, 194.5
California Indians (General)
17, 59, 60, 128, 163, 180
Chemehueve [Chemehuevi] (California; Uto-Aztecan)
11, 138.1m
Cheyenne, Northern (Wyoming; Algonquian)
126
Chilula (California; Na Dené)
5.1, 12.2, 60, 75
Chimariko (California; Hokan)
5.4, 95, 124
Chinook (Oregon, Washington; Penutian)
124
Chumash (California; Hokan?)
11, 60, 125
Barbareño
3, 14, 128.14
Inezeño
3
Costanoan (California; Utian)
23, 60, 125, 194.2
Comanche (Texas; Uto-Aztecan)
126
Cook Islands (Oceania)
198.1
Coos (Oregon; Penutian)
22, 124 (?)
Crow (Montana; Siouan)
58, 126
Cupeño (California; Uto-Aztecan)
8, 60, 81, 82
Dakota (Great Plains; Siouan)
57
Delaware (Eastern United States; Algonquian)
126
Diegueño (California, Baja California; Hokan)
11, 186
Kamia [Kumeyaay]
164
Northern [Ipai]
164, 166
Southern [Tipai]
16, 164
Duwamish (Washington; Salishan)
83, 107, 109, 124
Eskimo (Alaska, Canada; Na Dené)
110
Kowak River
183
Esselen (California; Uto-Aztecan)
13
Fakaofo (Oceania)
198.1
Fiji (Oceania)
198.2
Gabrileño [Gabrielino, Tongva] (California; Uto-Aztecan)
11, 125
Gilbert Islands (Oceania)
198.1
Gosiute (Nevada, Utah; Uto-Aztecan)
126
Great Basin Indians (General)
84, 124, 126
Green River (British Columbia; Cowichan, Salishan)
107
Gros Ventre [Atsina] (Great Plains; Siouan)
57
Gunlock (Nevada; Uto-Aztecan)
138.5m
Haihais (Alaska; Penutian)
117
Haisla (British Columbia; Wakashan)
113, 124
Hidatsa (Minnesota; Siouan)
57, 58
Hupa (California; Na Dené)
1.4, 1.7, 1.8, 12.10, 12.14, 60, 62, 64, 75, 161, 171
Ifugao (Philippine Islands)
143.2, 143.3, 143.8
Indian Peak (Nevada; Uto-Aztecan)
138.7m
Jacumba (Mexico)
60
Juaneño [Ajachmem] (California; Uto-Aztecan)
11
Kaibixats (Nevada; Uto-Aztecan)
138.4m
Kalapuya (Oregon; Penutian)
78
Kalinga (Philippine Islands)
143.1
Kankanai (Philippine Islands)
143.7
Karok [Karuk] (California; Hokan)
1.2-1.3, 1.6, 1.7, 15, 60, 63, 64, 98, 99.4.17, 146, 160, 172-175,
Kato [Cahto] (California; Na Dené)
12.11, 12.15, 50, 60, 204.42, 204.44
Kawaiisu (California; Uto-Aztecan)
201
Kickapoo (Midwestern United States; Algonquian)
126
Kiowa (Oklahoma; Aztec-Tanoan)
126
Kiowa-Apache (Oklahoma; Aztec-Tanoan)
126
Kitlope-Keemano (British Columbia; Wakashan)
114
Klallam (Washington; Salishan)
83
Klamath (California, Oregon; Penutian)
31, 128.6, 128.17
Klikitat (Washington; Shahaptian)
124
Kutenai (Western Canada)
102
Kwakiutl (British Columbia; Wakashan)
66m, 113-116, 124. Cf. also Bella Bella, Haisla, Kitlope-Keemano, Owikeno
Lassik (California; Na Dené)
49
Letogo (Oceania)
198.1
Ligauwe (Philippine Islands)
143.4
Luiseño (California; Uto-Aztecan)
2, 11, 25-30, 51, 128.7, 161
Maidun (California; Penutian)
161, 204.47
Mountain
216
Nisenan (Southern)
18, 19, 32, 69, 120, 124?, 128.9, 128.10, 190, 194.1
Northeastern (Concow) [Konkow]
19, 48, 204.26-204.36
Northern
128.8, 194.4
Northwestern
19, 184, 185
Northwestern (Tutudi)
60
Northwestern (Yubum)
182
Makah (British Columbia; Wakashan)
83, 103, 106
Malay
147.5.1, 147.5.2
Mandan (Minnesota; Siouan)
58
Mattole (California; Na Dené)
5.1, 12.8m, 12.9.1, 12.9.2
Mayan (Guatemala; Mayan)
Kekchi [Quiché]
24
Mission Indians, California (General)
11, 128.21, 128.22
Miwokan (California; Penutian)
7.2, 60, 88
Bodega [Bay]
140, 141, 145m
Plains
194.3
San Rafael [Coast]
139, 142, 145m
Sierra
19, 40, 41, 161, 165, 179, 181, 203
Moapa (Nevada; Uto-Aztecan)
138.6m
Modoc (California; Utian)
55, 57, 128.17
Mohave [Mojave] (California; Hokan)
133
Mono (California; Nevada; Uto-Aztecan)
60, 111.3
Eastern
196
North Fork
167-170
Moro (Philippine Islands)
144.1.5, 144.1.6
Nahuatl (Mexico; Uto-Aztecan)
111.1
Negrito (Philippine Islands)
52m, 53, 147
New Guinea, Highland
127
Niue (Oceania)
198.1
Nomlaki (California; Penutian)
42, 204.1.1
Nongatl (California; Na Dené)
5.1, 12.5, 12.9.2, 12.13
North American Indians (General)
79, 80, 161
Northwestern California Indians (General)
64, 75, 162, 214
Northwestern Coast of North America Indians (General)
78, 83, 100, 124
Oceania (General)
198
Opata (Tonichi, Sonora, Mexico)
76.3
Otomí (Mexico)
111.1
Owikeno (British Columbia; Wakashan)
115
Paiute (California, Great Basin; Uto-Aztecan)
60, 128.11, 161, 213
Benton
94
Big Pine
86, 92, 152, 205, 207, 213
Bishop
87, 91, 104, 154, 206, 211, 213
Bridgeport
89, 104
Fort Independence
85, 93, 153
Independence
208-210
Kaibab
124, 138.9m
Laws-Deep Springs
151
Lee Vining
149
Mono Lake
7.3, 207
Northern
37, 38, 84, 126, 132, 159
Owens Valley
196
Round Valley
90, 150, 155, 207, 213
Shivwits
138.8m
Southern
72, 84, 138m
Surprise Valley
57, 161
Panaca (Nevada; Uto-Aztecan)
138.7m
Papago [Tohono O'Odham] (Arizona; Uto-Aztecan)
134
Paranigat (Nevada; Uto-Aztecan)
138.3m, 138.7m
Paraxum (Nevada; Uto-Aztecan)
138.4m
Patwin (California; Penutian)
60, 124?, 128.12, 148
Paxib (Nevada; Uto-Aztecan)
138.4m
Philippine Islands (General)
52-54m, 143, 144, 147
Pima Baja (Onabas, Sonora, Mexico)
76.1
Pomo (California; Hokan)
60, 128.13, 161
Eastern
9, 33, 44, 46, 204.16-204.18
Lake
204.8-204.11
Northern
42, 43, 47, 156, 204.1.2-204.8, 204.19-204.20
Southeastern (Lower Lake)
148
Southwestern [Kashaya]
10, 45, 204.12-204.15
Puget Sound Indians (General)
100, 106-110, 124, 158
Puyallup (Washington; Salishan)
107
Quilleute (Washington; Chimskuan)
124
Quinault (Washington; Salishan)
124
Rotuma (Oceania)
198.1
Saint George (Nevada; Uto-Aztecan)
138.5m
Salinan (California; Hokan)
60, 125
Samoa (Oceania)
198.1
Serrano (California; Uto-Aztecan)
11, 34.2, 125, 128.15
Shawnee, Absentee (Midwestern United States; Algonquian)
126
Shasta (California; Hokan)
60, 77, 161, 197
Apwaraki
60
Shoshonean [Shoshoni] (California, Great Basin; Uto-Aztecan)
60, 86.2
Lone Pine
212
Nevada Shoshonean
84, 96
Panamint
60, 128.11, 161
Wind River
126
Siletz Indian Reservation (Oregon)
102
Sinkyone (California; Na Dené)
5.1, 5.2, 12.9.1, 12.9.2
Skokomish (Washington; Salishan)
83, 107, 118, 124
Snuqualmi (Washington; Salishan)
107
Squamish (British Columbia; Salishan)
107
Subano (Philippine Islands)
144.1.5
Sulu (Philippine Islands)
53, 144.1.1, 144.1.5, 144.1.7, 144.2.2, 144.2.4
Tagalog (Philippine Islands)
147.5.1
Takelma, Upper (Oregon; Penutian)
135
Taos (New Mexico; Aztec-Tanoan)
126
Tillamook (Oregon; Salishan)
124
Tirurai (Philippine Islands)
144.1.5, 144.2.3
Tlingit (Northwestern Coast of North America; Na Dené)
65, 116.1, 130
Tolowa (California, Oregon; Na Dené)
5.1, 12.7, 60, 99.4.17, 101
Tonga (Oceania)
198.1
Tsimshian (British Columbia; Penutian)
117
Tualatin (Oregon; Penutian)
78
Tubatulabal (California; Uto-Aztecan)
34, 73, 74, 111.2, 161
Kanekana
34.2
Tututni (Oregon; Na Dené)
6, 22, 102
Twana (Washington; Salishan)
118
Ute (Great Basin; Uto-Aztecan)
84, 126
Southern
124
Uintah
193
Varahio (San Bernardo, Sonora, Mexico)
76.2
Vegas (Nevada; Uto-Aztecan)
138.2m
Wailaki (California; Na Dené)
12.3, 12.6, 49, 59, 161, 197, 204.20.2-204.25
Wallis Islands (Oceania)
198.1
Warm Springs Indian Reservation (Oregon)
102
Washo (California; Hokan)
4, 7.2, 60, 126, 197
Whilkut (California; Na Dené)
12.9.1
Winnebago (Plains; Siouan)
126
Wintu (California; Penutian)
60, 197
Wiyot (California; Algic)
59.1.3, 60, 75, 128.16, 195
Yakima (Washington; Shahaptian)
105
Yanan (California; Hokan)
70, 71, 121, 123, 128.17, 129.1, 136m, 197
Central
36.4, 60, 70, 129.3
Northern
129.2, 197
Yahi
35, 36, 67, 68, 129.3, 199
Yokuts (California; Utian)
7.1, 23, 34.2, 60, 99.4.17, 178
Chukchansi
61
Tachi
189
Yuki (California; Yukian)
5.3, 39, 60, 161, 192, 204.36, 204.38-204.41
Yukon (Alaska, Canada; Na Dené)
20, 21
Yuman (California, Arizona; Hokan)
60, 164
Yavapai
177, 187
Yuma [Quechan]
119, 122, 202
Yurok (California; Algic)
1.1, 1.2, 1.6, 1.7, 59.4, 60, 64, 75, 99, 108, 157
Zuñi (New Mexico; Penutian)
124, 131

(IV). Subject Index

[The Subject-based Index was compiled by Dale Valory for the 1971 edition, where it appears as the second index. It is reproduced here with only slight editorial changes. The subject headings selected by Valory do not correspond to standard Library of Congress Subject Headings. The index was prepared for Items 1-203 only.]
Adoption Practices
148.6, 148.7
Angelica
156.3.2
Apostles’ Creed
3
Art
137m, 192Cf. also Pictograph
Astronomy
Cf. Star Lore
Autobiography
37.3.1, 86.4, 88, 90.5, 91.2, 91.8, 93, 104.3, 128.37, 134.3.5, 146.3, 148-156.3.3. Cf. also Dream, Ethnohistory
Basketry
1, 11, 17, 36.5, 81.1, 109, 111.2, 154.6, 156.3.2. Cf. also Material Culture, Technology
Beads
148.7. Cf. also Art, Material Culture
Bear Ceremonialism
148.5, 156.2, 156.3.5
Bibliography
128.38, 158
Birth Customs
151, 152.2, 153.5
Boats and Navigation
103, 109, 143.7. Cf. also Whaling
Bole Cult
148.7, 148.8. Cf. also Dream, Kuksu Cult, Maru Cult
Botany
25.2, 51.6, 81.1, 86.2, 87.3, 91.2, 92.2, 104.1, 122.1.1, 122.2, 122.3, 123, 148.3, 148.6, 148.8, 150.1, 152.1, 152.3, 153.5, 154.1, 160, 161, 174Cf. also Economics, Ethnobiology, Medicine, Technology
Burial and Mourning
104.4, 151, 152.4, 153.5, 154.6, 154.8, 156.3.1, 156.3.2. Cf. also Dance, Ceremonial, Religion
California Indian Land Claims Commission
180
Catholic Church
148.5, 148.6, 156.3.1
Census (American Indian)
22, 59
Ceremonial
9.4, 15, 33, 62, 64, 81.1, 81.3, 81.8, 86.7, 91.9, 92.1, 104.2, 104.4, 122.4.2, 122.5.2, 122.7, 126, 134.1, 134.4, 139, 141-145m, 148, 151-154, 156.2, 156.3, 166, 171, 181, 184, 186, 203Cf. also Dance, Religion
Child Training
Cf. Education
Cordage
80
Cosmogony/Cosmology
122.5, 134.4, 139, 141-143, 144.1.2, 145m, 149, 150.3, 153.3, 153.4, 153.5, 154.5, 155
Crafts
Cf. Art, Material Culture, Technology
Culture Element Distribution
78-80, 83, 84, 96, 97, 124-126, 164
Dance
91.9, 122.5.2, 122.7, 134.1.9, 134.4, 139, 141, 142.2.3, 145m, 148, 152.3, 152.4, 154.6, 154.8, 156.2, 156.3, 166, 171, 181, 186, 203Cf. also Ceremonial, Religion
Death
Cf. Burial and Mourning, Ceremonial, Cosmogony/ Cosmology
Divination
Cf. Magic; also, Shamanism
Doctors/Doctoring
Cf. Medicine, Shamanism; also, Botany, Ceremonial
Dream
91.6, 122.5.1, 122.5.3, 139, 141, 142, 145m, 148.5, 148.7, 148.8, 156.3.1. Cf. also Autobiography, Bole Cult, Maru Cult.
Economics
9.2, 39, 81.1, 86, 87, 89.2, 91.2, 92.2, 92.4, 103, 104.1, 104.4, 122.1, 122.2, 122.3, 139, 142.2, 143.1, 144.1.5, 144.1.6, 145m, 148, 150.1, 152.1, 152.3, 153.5, 154.1, 156.3.1, 156.3.3. Cf. also Material Culture
Education
31, 35.5, 81.1, 122.4.2, 122.4.3, 122.5.3, 156.3.2. Cf. also Birth Customs, Ceremonial
English Vowels
12.12
Ethnobiology
161
Ethnography, General
6, 7.2, 9.1, 12.9, 16, 20-22, 34.3, 35, 36, 39-55, 57, 61-63, 65, 66m, 69-72, 78, 83, 84, 86, 87.1, 88-92, 95, 96, 99, 101.1, 102, 104, 105, 107.2, 109, 112-118, 119.2, 120, 122, 124, 128, 130, 134.2m, 134.7, 135, 138m, 139, 140-142, 143.1, 144.1.2, 144.1.3, 145m, 148, 150-155, 166, 170, 171, 174-177, 186, 188, 191, 195, 196
Ethnohistory
10, 58, 73, 74, 81.1, 81.4, 86.3, 86.4, 86.5, 87.1, 88, 91.2, 91.8, 93, 100, 104, 118, 121, 122.1.2, 122.1.3, 122.2, 128, 134.8, 142.2.6, 144.2.1, 144.2.2, 144.2.3, 145m, 150.1, 150.2, 151, 152.3, 152.4, 153.3, 153.5, 154.1, 154.2, 154.5, 154.6, 187, 199Cf. also Autobiography, Mythology
Folklore
Cf. Birth Customs, Botany, Burial and Mourning, Ceremonial, Cosmogony/Cosmology, Dance, Education, Ethnohistory, Gambling Songs, Games, Geography, Magic and Divination, Medicine, Mythology, Poetry, Prayers and Formulae, Proverbs and Sayings, Religion, Riddles, Shamanism, Songs, Star-lore, Superstition
Folk Narrative
Cf. Ethnohistory, Mythology, Autobiography, Dream
Gambling Songs
23.2, 35.5. Cf. also Games, Songs
Games
89.1, 91.1, 122.1.1, 146.4. Cf. also Gambling Songs
Genealogy
74, 100, 119.2, 130.6, 130.11, 157, 166, 169, 187, 189, 193, 196Cf. also Kinship
Geography
6, 12.9, 18, 22, 32, 34.4, 36.2, 41, 69, 75, 101.2, 102, 106, 108, 111.2, 120.4, 122.5.5, 127, 143.7, 152.2, 168, 187, 190
Ghost Dance
156.3.3
Grammar/Grammars
4, 25.3, 25.4, 25.5, 26, 29, 37, 38, 68, 70, 82, 95, 111, 120, 122, 134.1.1, 134.7, 134.9, 134.1, 147, 148.2, 148.9. Cf. also Language/Linguistics, Texts, Vocabulary
History
Cf. Cosmogony/Cosmology, Ethnohistory
Houses
109Cf. also Material Culture, Technology
Hunting
104.4. Cf. also Economics, Material Culture, Technology
Kinship
20.2, 122.5.3, 142.2.2, 143.1, 145m, 166, 169, 187, 189, 193, 194, 196, 198, 200-202. Cf. also Genealogy
Kuksu Cult
9.4, 148, 156.2. Cf. also Bole Cult, Maru Cult
Kymograph
12.1, 12.11, 12.12
Language/Linguistics
8-Feb, 14-Dec, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24.1, 25.3-25.5, 26-30, 34.1, 34.3, 34.5, 35-38, 41, 55, 57, 60, 67-71, 76, 81, 82, 86.1, 95, 102, 107.1, 111.1, 111.2, 118, 120, 122, 129, 131, 132, 134, 143.2-143.6, 144.1, 144.2.1, 144.2.2, 144.2.4, 147, 148, 153.2, 159, 160.2, 165, 167, 183, 186, 190, 194, 195, 198, 199Cf. also Grammar/Grammars, Texts, Vocabulary; also English Vowels
Law
143.1, 144.1.2, 144.1.3, 144.1.5, 144 1.6, 156.3.3, 156.3.4. Cf. also Political Documents
Linguistics
Cf. Language/Linguistics; also, Grammar/ Grammars, Texts, Vocabulary, English Vowels
Magic and Divination
79, 109, 122.4.2, 134.4, 139, 142.2.4, 143.5, 143.6?, 143.8, 144.1.2, 148, 152, 153, 155Cf. also Ceremonial, Religion, Shamanism
Marriage Practices
148.3, 148.7, 152.1, 153.5, 154.6, 154.7. Cf. also Ceremonial, Law, Political Organization
Material Culture
1, 9.5, 11, 17, 21.4, 36.5, 61, 78, 80, 81, 83, 84, 87.1, 89.2, 91.2, 92.4, 101.1, 103, 104, 109, 124, 126, 130, 135, 137m, 138m, 139, 142.2.1, 145m, 148.3, 148.5, 148.7, 150.1, 152.1, 152.3, 153-156.3. Cf. also Art, Basketry, Technology
Maru Cult
33, 156.3. Cf. also Bole Cult, Kuksu Cult, Dreams, Ceremonial
Medicine
25.2, 79, 81.1, 86.2, 87.3, 109, 122.4.2, 134.1.2, 139, 141, 142, 143.5, 144.1.2, 145m, 155, 156.2, 156.3, 173, 179Cf. also Botany, Ceremonial, Shamanism
Missionaries
148.2, 148.5, 148.6. Cf. also Missions, California, Catholic Church, Pentecostal Church,
Missions, California
128.2, 128.21, 128.22, 128.23, 128.24, 128.25, 142.2.6, 145m. Cf. also Missionaries
Mourning Practices
Cf. Burial and Mourning
Music
Cf. Dance, Ceremonial, Song
Mythology
8, 9.3, 12.2, 12.3, 12.4, 12.5, 12.6, 12.7.1, 12.15, 15, 20.2, 21.3, 21.4, 25.1, 34.1, 35, 61, 67, 69-71, 73, 77, 81.1, 81.2, 81.4, 81.6, 81.7, 82.14.1, 85, 86.3, 86.6, 87.2, 89.1, 89.2, 90, 91.1, 91.3-91.5, 91.7, 91.8, 92.3, 93-95, 98, 104, 107, 118.2-118.4, 119, 122.1.2, 128, 133, 134.1-134.6, 134.8, 134.9, 142.2.7, 145m, 143.5-143.8, 146.1, 148.2, 148.5, 148.9, 149, 150, 152.1
Names/Naming
148.2, 148.6, 148.7, 167, 197
Navigation
Cf. Boats and Navigation, Whaling
Numerals
122.4.1, 122.7. Cf. also Language/Linguistics, Vocabulary/Vocabularies
Pentecostal Church
148.2, 148.6
Peyotism
126
Pictograph
69
Poetry
144.1.1, 144.1.4.1. Cf. also Prayers and Formulae, Song
Poison/Poisoners
148, 156.3.5. , 179Cf. also Botany, Medicine, Shamanism
Political Documents
144.1.2, 144.1.5, 144.1.6, 144.2.1, 144.2.2, 142.2.3. Cf. also Law
Political Organization
148.2, 148.3, 148.5, 148.6, 148.7, 148.9, 178Cf. also Economics, Political Documents, Warfare
Potlatch
20.2, 109
Prayers and Formulae/Oratory
134.1, 134.4, 139, 141, 142, 143.5, 143.6, 144.1, 145m, 146.2, 148, 156.3.1, 171, 173, 181Cf. also Poetry, Song, Ceremonial, Religion
Property Exchange
148.5, 148.7, 148.9. Cf. also Economics, Potlatch
Proverbs/Sayings
82.14.1, 144.1.3
Religion
30, 81, 90.1, 92.2, 109, 122.1.2, 122.4.2, 122.5, 126, 128, 133.3, 134.1, 134.4, 139, 141-143, 144.1, 145m, 148, 150, 152-154, 156.2, 156.3, 171, 181, 184Cf. also Ceremonial, Cosmogony/Cosmology, Dance, Medicine, Mythology, Shamanism, World Renewal
Riddles
144.1.3
Rousselot Machine
Cf. Kymograph
Shamans and Shamanism
61, 79, 81.1, 104.4, 122.3.2, 134.1, 134.4, 139, 141, 142.2.4, 143.5, 144.1.2, 145m, 146.2, 146.3, 148, 151, 152.4, 153.5, 155, 156.2, 156.3, 179Cf. also Botany, Ceremonial, Medicine, Poison/ Poisoners, Religion
Shell mounds (San Francisco, Bay Region)
128.3
Song
20.3, 23.2, 35.5, 81.5, 81.6, 82.10.4, 122.7, 134.1, 134.4, 134.7, 136m, 143.6, 143.8, 144.1.4, 144.2.4, 148.3, 148.4, 148.9, 153.2, 153.5, 156.3, 171, 181, 186Cf. also Poetry, Prayers and Formulae, Ceremonial, Dance, Religion, Shamanism
Star Lore
122.6
Subsistence
Cf. Economics, Material Culture, Technology
Superstition
51.5, 109, 122.1.2, 122.4.2, 122.5, 139, 142.2.5, 143.5, 145m, 148, 150, 151, 152.2, 152.4, 153.4, 153.5, 154.6, 154.8 (?), 155, 156.2, 156.3. Cf. also Cosmogony/Cosmology, Mythology, Religion
Sweathouses/Sweating
148.1, 148.5, 148.6, 148.1, 156.3.2
Tattoo
192
Technology
51.4, 104.1, 150.1, 152.1, 152.3, 153.5, 154.6. Cf. also Economics, Material Culture
Texts (Linguistic)
3, 8, 12.2, 12.4, 12.5, 12.7.2-12.7.4, 12.15, 14.1, 23.2, 24.1, 34.1, 37.3, 37.4, 67, 68, 71, 81, 95, 107.1, 118, 122.2, 122.4.2, 122.4.3, 134, 136m, 143.4-143.6, 143.8, 144.1, 144.2.1, 144.2.2, 144.2.4, 148.2, 153.2, 159, 186Cf. also Grammar/Grammars, Language/Linguistics, Vocabulary
Tobacco, New Dance
148.5, 148.6
Vocabulary/Vocabularies
2, 3, 5, 7, 12.8m, 12.11, 12.14, 13, 14.2, 19, 20.3, 20.4, 20.7, 20.8, 21.3, 21.4, 23.2, 26-30, 34.2, 34.3, 36.1, 36.3, 36.4, 36.5, 37.1, 37.2, 38.1, 55, 57, 60, 68-70, 76, 82, 86.1, 95, 102, 111, 118, 120, 122, 129, 131, 132, 134.1.5, 134.1.6, 134.7, 143.3, 143.8, 144.1.3, 147, 148, 159, 160.2, 165, 167, 182, 183, 190, 194, 195, 198
Warfare
104.2, 122.5.2, 134.4.3, 143.1, 148.3, 148.4, 154.8, 155Cf. also Economics, Law, Political Organization, Witchcraft
Whaling (Makah)
103
Witchcraft
Cf. Poison/Poisoners, Shamanism
World Renewal Ceremonial
15, 64, 162
World's Fair, 1939
137m

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1 Field notes on the Yurok, Karok and Hupa basketry of Northwestern California. Undated

Creator/Collector: O'Neale, Lila M. (Lila Morris), 1886-1948.

Physical Description: 11 notebooks, 2 charts, 9 maps, 8 figures, 65 negatives, 48 prints. 637 pages, longhand, pencil.
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1.1 Yurok notebooks (3)

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1.2 Yurok-Karok notebooks (2)

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1.3 Karok notebooks (3)

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1.4 Hupa notebooks (3)

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1.5 Basketry inventory: two charts with specimen numbers and informants' remarks

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1.6 Maps and figures for Yurok-Karok items

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1.7 Photograph file: Hupa (14 negatives, 11 prints), Yurok-Karok (34 negatives, 37 prints), Yurok-Karok negatives. [Note 1]

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1.8 Field notes listing informants, including Hupa, originally in Item 163

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2 Comparative Luiseño vocabularies (Temecula, Saboba, Soledad). Undated

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: 14 unnumbered pages in longhand.
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3 Chumash Apostles' Creed. [Note 2] Undated

Creator/Collector: Walsh, Marie T. and Bolton, Herbert Eugene, 1870-1953.

Physical Description: One positive and one negative print.
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4 Washo grammar. Manuscript. [Note 3] Undated

Creator/Collector: Dangberg, Grace,1896- .

Physical Description: 149 typed pages, with a four-page pencil outline of the contents. [In two folders.]
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5 California Athapaskan and other vocabularies for Culture Element Distributions Studies. [Note 4] 1935

Creator/Collector: Driver, Harold Edson, 1907- .

Physical Description: 11 pages, typed and longhand (434 lexical items).

Scope and Content Note

Athapaskan vocabularies (Tolowa, Chilula, Van Duzen Creek or Nongatl, Mattole, and Sinkyone) (pp. 1 7); additional Sinkyone vocabulary (p. 8); Coast Yuki vocabulary from Sam Bell (p. 9); Chimariko vocabulary from Lucy Montgomery (pp. 10-11).
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6 Tututni (Rogue River Athapaskan) field notes. circa 1934

Creator/Collector: Du Bois, Cora A.

Physical Description: 130 unnumbered, mostly typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

Contains general, unordered ethnographic data; no mythology.
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7 Miscellaneous California Indian vocabularies and ethnogeographic notes. [Note 5] 1906

Creator/Collector: Barrett, Samuel A. (Samuel Alfred), 1879-1965.

Physical Description: 36 unnumbered pages in longhand and pencil.

Scope and Content Note

Yokuts vocabularies (11 pp.); Washo vocabularies; also Washo and Miwok ethnographic notes (23 pp.); Mono Lake Paiute vocabularies (2 pp.).
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8 Two Cupeño myth texts and translations. Interlinear typescript. [Note 6]; key to symbols (2 pp.). [Note 7] 1919-1920, 1936-1937

Creator/Collector: Faye, Paul Louis, 1885-.

Physical Description: 64 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

[1919-1920, original fieldwork; 1936-1937, transcription.] Creation myth: text (6 pp.); interlinear translation (6 pp.); free translation (5 pp.); Kisilpiwic myth: text (12 pp.); interlinear translation (12 pp.); free translation (10 pp.). [Note 8]
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9 Notes on the culture of the Eastern Pomo, based on notes from William Benson. [Note 9]; with notes by A. L. Kroeber. 1922-1923, 1958

Creator/Collector: Freeland, Lucy Shepard; Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960; Story, H. H.; and Greiner, Ruth Helen.

Physical Description: 193 pages, typed and longhand.
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9.1 Kroeber, miscellaneous notes on Eastern Pomo culture

Physical Description: 5 pages
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9.2 Story, Some Notes on the Economic Life of the Eastern Pomo Indians

Physical Description: 7 typed pages
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9.3 Freeland, mythology. [Note 10]

Physical Description: 29 pages
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9.4 Freeland, The Pomo Kuksu Ceremonial System

Physical Description: 51 pages
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9.5 Greiner, Notes on the Material Culture of the Eastern Pomo Indians

Physical Description: Longhand, 101 pages
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10 Translation of "The Indians of Upper California," from Karl Ernst von Baer's Some Remarks About the Savages on the Northwest Coast of America . [Note 11], [Note 12] Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow (compiler), 1887- .

Physical Description: 10 typed pages with notes by the translator.
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11 Collection of photographs of Southern California Indian basketry. [Note 13] Undated

Creator/Collector: Gerow, Bert A.

Scope and Content Note

Contains prints of Cahuilla, Luiseño, Chemehueve, Gabrileño, Diegueño, Juaneño, Serrano, Chumash, and unidentified Mission Indian baskets. [Note 14] [Arranged by owning institution.]
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12 Athapaskan field notes and manuscripts collection (1-15). [Note 15]

Creator/Collector: Goddard, Pliny Earle, 1869-1926.

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12.1 Goddard's California Athapaskan texts 1902-1922

Physical Description: 19 typed pages

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript
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12.2 Unpublished texts in Chilula and in some other unidentified California Athapaskan language circa 1905

Physical Description: 28 typed pages

Scope and Content Note

Contains texts of 14 myths with corrected carbon duplicates bearing diacritics. [Note 16]
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12.3 Wailaki myths in English translation. [Three myths] with notes of identification by A. L. Kroeber and Dale Valory. [Note 17], [Note 18] Undated

Physical Description: 10 typed pages

Scope and Content Note

Contains three myths in translation (trial "free" translations).
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12.4 San Carlos Apache text fragments with interlinear translations (carbons). [Note 19] circa 1910

Physical Description: 78 typed pages

Scope and Content Note

An incomplete set gathered around 1910, some of which was published as myths (Goddard 1918) or as linguistic texts (Goddard 1919).
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12.5 Unpublished Nongatl texts, most with interlinear translations. [Note 20] Undated

Physical Description: 354 typed pages (in two folders).

Scope and Content Note

Table of contents by Dale Valory and notes of identification by Kroeber and Valory. Texts and translations of 37 myths.
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12.6 Wailaki tales in English translation 1922

Physical Description: 119 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript with a letter of transmittal to Kroeber and a table of contents by Valory. [Note 21] Translations of 45 myths and tales.
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12.7 Tolowa tales and texts. [Note 22], [Note 23] 1902-1911

Physical Description: 311 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

With free and interlinear translations, a partial index by Kroeber, and a table of contents by Valory.
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12.7.1 Original free translations of myths

Physical Description: 112 pages.
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12.7.2 Untitled texts, most without interlinear translations

Physical Description: 70 pages.
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12.7.3 Texts with interlinear translations (carbon)

Physical Description: 71 pages.
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12.8m Mattole word lists. Vocabulary from Joe Duncan. [Note 24] 1907

Physical Description: 1 reel
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12.9 Notes on California Athapaskan Geography and Ethnography. [Note 25] Undated

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12.9.1 Lists and cards (3" x 5") containing Whilkut, Sinkyone, Mattole, and Kato village names, and approximate locations;

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12.9.2 Maps of Del Norte and Humboldt Counties, with pencilled village locations for Sinkyone, Mattole and Nongatl tribes. [Note 26]

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12.9.3 Photographs of informants, and aspects of Wailaki culture.

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12.10 Hupa verb paradigms and word lists, with reference to tracings. [Note 27] circa 1903

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous mathematical calculations and phonetic tracings based on paradigms and word lists. (Informant Julius Marshall.)
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12.10.1 Hupa Tracings (texts)

Physical Description: [In 2 folders.]
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12.10.2 Hupa Tracings (plates)

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12.11 Kato linguistic miscellany, compiled with Edward Sapir's assistance. [Note 28] 1907-1908

Physical Description: 11 pages

Scope and Content Note

Material gathered by Goddard, apparently for elicitation in conjunction with use of the Rousselot Machine tracings. Sapir assisted in this project and was the author of nine of the pages.
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12.12 Manuscripts on experimental acoustic phonetics. [Note 29] circa 1904

Scope and Content Note

  • "Some Experiments on the Rousselot Machine," rough draft in longhand (19 pp.); finished manuscript (12 pp.)
  • "The Duration of English Vowels in Monosyllabic Words," typed (7 pp.).
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12.13 Description of Nongatl fieldwork (fragment). [Note 30] circa 1908

Physical Description: 3 typed pages.
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12.14 Hupa lexicon Undated

Physical Description: 3 card file boxes.
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12.14.1 Hupa verb paradigms

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12.14.2 Hupa lexicon

Physical Description: (In 2 boxes.)
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12.14.3 Hupa and Tolowa vocabulary cards

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12.15 Unpublished Kato text. [Note 31], Coyote Competes with Gray Squirrel Undated

Physical Description: 2 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

Text and free translation.
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13 Notes on Esselen vocabularies. [Note 32] 1916

Creator/Collector: Harrington, John Peabody.

Physical Description: 33 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript of a lecture delivered to "the joint session of the San Francisco Society of the Archaeological Institute of America and the Anthropological Section of the Pacific Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, December 2, 1916". [Note 33]
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14 Santa Barbara Chumash (Barbareño) linguistic materials. [Note 34] 1913

Creator/Collector: Harrington, John Peabody.

Physical Description: 27 pages in longhand.
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14.1 Text to moving picture of informant Juan de Jesus Justo speaking Chumash. [Note 35] 1913

Related Material

Films with RHLMA [the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology, now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology] catalog numbers #15-5522 and #15-5523
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14.2 List of words and phrases of which phonetic tracings, "palatograms," were obtained from Juan de Jesus Justo in March, 1913. 1913

Physical Description: 25 pages, ink. 293 linguistic items.
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15 Notes on the Karok world renewal ceremonies. [Note 36] 1946

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 390 pages [In four folders.]

Scope and Content Note

Original manuscript in longhand for typescript.
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16 Notes on the Tipai (Southern Diegueño) Indians of Lower California, Mexico. [Note 37] 1948-1949

Creator/Collector: Hohenthal, William Dalton, 1919- .

Physical Description: 521 pages, longhand and typed.

Scope and Content Note

Constitutes a nearly complete ethnographic description with no mythology.
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17 List of negatives of Southern California Indian basketry. [Note 38] Undated

Creator/Collector: Gerow, Bert A.

Physical Description: 12 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

A select list of negatives of basketry items in various museums in the United States.
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18 Nisenan geography: field notes and manuscript. [Note 39] 1928

Creator/Collector: Littlejohn, Hugh W.

Physical Description: Includes 39 photographs, 72 manuscript leaves, 117 pages of typed field notes.
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18.1 Geography

Scope and Content Note

27 photographs of informants and sites; instruction sheet for completion of manuscript; manuscript and 4 plates. [Note 40], [Note 41].
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18.2 Field notes. [Note 42]

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19 Nisenan vocabularies. Hardbound composition book. [Note 43] 1928

Creator/Collector: Littlejohn, Hugh W.

Physical Description: 41 pages in longhand [including 19 pages of notes on trip preparations].

Scope and Content Note

Contains vocabulary from Southern Nisenan, Northwestern and Northeastern Maidu, and some Northern Miwok vocabulary.
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20 Ethnographic survey of Southern Yukon Territory. [Note 44], [Note 45] 1948 Summer

Creator/Collector: McClellan, Catharine and Libby, Dorothy R.

Physical Description: 232 pages (photocopies of carbons). [In two folders.]. [Note 46]

Scope and Content Note

Field notes.
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21 Ethnographic survey of Southern Yukon Territory 1949 Summer

Creator/Collector: McClellan, Catharine and Libby, Dorothy R.

Physical Description: 383 typed pages (photocopies of carbons). [In four folders.]

Scope and Content Note

Rough field notes.
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22 Extracted from a report of J. L. Parrish, Indian Agent, in a census of the To-To-Tin (Tututni--D.V.) Indians [and other Southern Oregon coast bands identified as Coos by Parrish], July 10, 1854. [Note 47] 1931

Creator/Collector: Maloney, Joseph.

Physical Description: 21 pages.
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23 Reports on trips made by J. A. Mason, October, 1916, to San Juan Bautista, California, and Watsonville, California to see Costanoan informants. Some vocabulary and ethnological notes from San Juan Bautista. [Note 48] 1916 October

Creator/Collector: Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967 .

Physical Description: 6 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

Report of attempts to find informants speaking a Santa Cruz-Watsonville dialect of Costanoan (2 pp.); San Juan Bautista words and phrases, from Josefa Velasquez and Acension Solorsan, with ethnographic notes, including two Yokuts songs and one song, said to be Apache, from Maria Gomez (4 pp.).
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24 Seventeenth-century Kekchi [Quiché] Maya manuscript leaf. [Note 49], [Note 50] 1906, undated

Creator/Collector: Dieseldorff, Erwin P.

Physical Description: With correspondence in 6 typed pages
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24.1 Two pages (one leaf) of a manuscript, apparently from a volume of sermons by a Spanish priest about the life of St. Francis, for the instruction of Indian novitiates in the catechism

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24.2 Correspondence pertaining to the above: letters from Dieseldorff to Pliny E. Goddard (February 21, 1906); Goddard to Alfred M. Tozzer (April 7, 1906); and Tozzer to Goddard (May 1, 1906) 1906

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25 Notes on the Luiseño language and culture: a miscellany. [Note 51] 1898-1906

Creator/Collector: Sparkman, Philip Stedman, d. 1907.

Physical Description: 333 pages, typed and longhand.
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25.1 A legend of the San Luis Rey Indians (4 pp.)

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25.2 Notes on botany and medicinal practices [these have been merged with Item 51] (8 pp.)

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25.3 Additional grammatical notes and lexicography [these have been interfiled with Items 29.3.1-29.3.4] (90 pp.)

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25.4 Miscellaneous notes on Luiseño language (79 pp.)

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25.5 Four linguistic field notebooks.

Physical Description: 61, 64, 5, and 22 pages respectively.
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25.5.1 Field notebook, grammar and vocabulary (61 pp.) Undated

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25.5.2 Field notebook, vocabulary (64 pp.) Undated

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25.5.3 Field notebook, vocabulary (7 pp.) Undated

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25.5.4 Field notebook, grammar and vocabulary (27 pp.) Undated

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26 Luiseño Grammar and Dictionary. 1st draft. circa 1900

Creator/Collector: Sparkman, Philip Stedman, d. 1907.

Physical Description: 1,136 unnumbered pages in longhand, pencil.
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26.1 Grammar

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26.1.1 General sketch, alphabet, cases (48 pp.)

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26.1.2 Article pronouns (43 pp.)

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26.1.3 Nouns, part I (83 pp.), nouns, part II (33 pp.)

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26.1.4 Pronouns (58 pp.), possessive pronouns (41 pp.)

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26.1.5 Adjectives (49 pp.)

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26.1.6 Adverbs, conjunctions, prepositions, interjections (50 pp.), numerals (36 pp.)

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26.1.7a Verbs, conjugation of (54 pp.)

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26.1.7b Desiderative mode, etc. (84 pp.). [Note 52]

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26.7.1c Verbal lessons (21 pp.)

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26.1.8 Verbs, indicative mode (73 pp.)

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26.1.9 Auxiliary verbs, compound tenses (40 pp.)

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26.1.10a Lessons (51 pp.)

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26.1.10b Lessons (71 pp.)

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26.1.11 Appendix (54 pp.). [Note 53]

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26.2 Dictionary

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26.2.1a English-Luiseño dictionary, A-K (61 pp.). [Note 54]

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26.2.1b English-Luiseño dictionary, L-Y (66 pp.)

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26.2.2a Luiseño-English dictionary, A-M (63 pp.)

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26.2.2b Luiseño-English dictionary, N-Y (60 pp.). [Note 55]

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27 Luiseño-English, English-Luiseño dictionaries, 2nd and 3rd drafts. [Note 56] 1903-1904

Creator/Collector: Sparkman, Philip Stedman, d. 1907.

Physical Description: 342 pages, 144 pages in longhand.
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27.1.1 Luiseño-English dictionary, (2nd draft), A-O (93 pp.)

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27.1.2 Luiseño-English Dictionary, P-Y (85 pp.)

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27.2.1 English-Luiseño Dictionary, (2nd draft), A-K (74 pp.)

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27.2.2 English Luiseño Dictionary, L-Z (90 pp.). [Note 57]

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27.3.1 Luiseño English Dictionary (3rd draft), A-O (74 pp.)

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27.3.2 Luiseño-English Dictionary, P-Y (70 pp.). [Note 58]

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28 Luiseño-English, English-Luiseño dictionaries, 2nd and 3rd drafts. [Note 56] circa 1904

Creator/Collector: Sparkman, Philip Stedman, d. 1907.

Physical Description: 456 typed pages.
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28.1.1 Luiseño-English dictionary, A-N (131 pp.)

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28.1.2 Luiseño-English Dictionary, O-Y (114 pp.). [Note 59]

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28.2.1 English-Luiseño Dictionary, A-M (108 pp.)

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28.2.2 English Luiseño Dictionary, N-Z (98 pp.). [Note 60]

Physical Description: [Originally in 4 folders, now split into sub-items.]
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29 Luiseño Dictionaries and Grammar. [Note 61] circa 1904

Creator/Collector: Sparkman, Philip Stedman, d. 1907.

Physical Description: 724 typed pages

Scope and Content Note

[Some of these notes were transferred from Item 25.3 and interfiled with Item 29.3. Items 29.4 through 29.9.6 have been transferred from the A. L. Kroeber Papers, C-B 925.]
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29.1.1 Luiseño-English dictionary, A-N (96 pp.)

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29.1.2 Luiseño-English dictionary, O-Y (88 pp.)

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29.2.1 English-Luiseño dictionary, A-K (72 pp.)

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29.2.2 English-Luiseño dictionary, L-Z (87 pp.)

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29.3.1 Luiseño grammar (116 pp.)

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29.3.2 Luiseño grammar (126 pp.)

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29.3.3 Luiseño grammar (100 pp.)

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29.3.4 Luiseño grammar (113 pp.). [Note 62]

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29.4 The Luiseño Language, Being the Language Spoken by the San Luis Rey, San Luiseño or Luiseño Indians of Southern California, a Shoshonean Dialect. With additions and corrections by A. L. Kroeber. 1899-1907

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29.5.1 Luiseño-English adjective list (11 pp.) circa 1909-1920

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29.5.2 Luiseño adjectives, notes (9 pp.) Undated

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29.5.3 Luiseño grammar and linguistics (170 pp.) Undated

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29.5.4 Luiseño-English noun lists (30 pp.) circa 1909-1910

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29.5.5 Luiseño-English noun list (78 pp.) 1937-1939

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29.5.6 Luiseño nouns, notes (140 pp.) Undated

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29.5.7 Luiseño-English verb list, A-O (77 pp.) 1937-1939

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29.5.8 Luiseño-English verb list, P-Y (74 pp.) 1937-1939

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29.5.9 Luiseño-English verb list, A-O (60 pp.) circa 1947

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29.5.10 Luiseño-English verb list, P-Y (55 pp.) circa 1947

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29.5.11 Luiseño verbs, notes (21 pp.) 1938

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29.5.12a Luiseño verbs, notes (1) (137 pp.) Undated

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29.5.12b Luiseño verbs, notes (2) (99 pp.) Undated

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29.5.13 Luiseño vocabulary notes (10 pp.) 1932-1958

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29.5.14 Luiseño vocabulary notes (informant Johnny McDowell) (18 pp.) 1951

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29.5.15a Luiseño vocabulary notes (1) (43 pp.) Undated

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29.5.15b Luiseño vocabulary notes (2) (136 pp.) Undated

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29.5.15c Luiseño vocabulary notes (3) (86 pp.) Undated

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29.6 Memoranda between George William Grace and A. L. Kroeber, editors, The Sparkman Grammar of Luiseño (47 pp.) 1956, undated

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29.7 The Sparkman Grammar of Luiseño circa 1951-1953

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29.7.1 Drafts of Chapters I-II (96 pp.)

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29.7.2 Drafts of Chapters III-IV (incomplete) (24 pp.)

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29.7.3 Drafts of Chapters V-VI (incomplete) (77 pp.)

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29.7.4a Draft of Chapter VII (1) (118 pp.)

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29.7.4b Draft of Chapter VII (2) (89 pp.)

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29.7.5 Draft of Chapter IX (3 pp.)

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29.7.6 Drafts of Appendices I-III (47 pp.)

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29.8 The Sparkman Grammar of Luiseño circa 1955-1956

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29.8.1 Drafts of Chapters I-II (52 pp.)

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29.8.2 Drafts of Chapters III-IV (91 pp.)

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29.8.3 Drafts of Chapters V-VI (89 pp.)

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29.8.4 Draft of Chapter VII (105 pp.)

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29.8.5 Draft of Chapter X: 1-7 (99 pp.)

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29.8.6 Draft of Chapter X: 8-16 (102 pp.)

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29.8.7 Draft of Appendices I-IV and Bibliography (121 pp.)

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29.9 The Sparkman Grammar of Luiseño circa 1956-1957

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29.9.1 Drafts of Chapters I-II (51 pp.)

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29.9.2 Drafts of Chapters III-IV (95 pp.)

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29.9.3 Drafts of Chapters V-VI (91 pp.)

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29.9.4 Drafts of Chapter VII-VIII (173 pp.)

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29.9.5 Drafts of Chapter IX-X (131 pp.)

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29.9.6 Drafts of Appendices I-IV (75 pp.)

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30 Luiseño religious terminology. 1908

Creator/Collector: Sparkman, Philip Stedman, d. 1907.

Physical Description: 19 typed pages, with the Luseño in longhand.

Scope and Content Note

A draft manuscript of the Luiseño equivalents of religious terms used by Constance Goddard Du Bois in her study (1908) of Luiseño religious organizations, to which it was appended.
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31 Field notes on Klamath childhood and education. [Note 63] 1947

Creator/Collector: Pearsall, Marion, 1923-, and Dazey, Betty.

Physical Description: 278 unnumbered typed pages. [In three folders.]
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32 Maps for Nisenan geography. [Note 64] 1928

Creator/Collector: Littlejohn, Hugh W.

Physical Description: 6 maps.

Scope and Content Note

Dunnigan, Davisville, Sacramento, Placerville, Smartsville, and Colfax United States Geological Survey Quadrangles. [Some with locations of Indian villages entered in pencil.]
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33 Notes on the Big Valley Eastern Pomo Maru Ceremony. 1951 November 24-25, 1951

Creator/Collector: Riddell, Francis Allen, Brooks, Sheilagh, Eckman, K., and Shutler, Mary Elizabeth.

Physical Description: 32 typed pages.
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33.1 Notes by Riddell, carbon copy (16 pp.)

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33.2 Notes by Brooks, Eckman, and Riddell, carbon copy (7 pp.)

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33.3 Notes by Shutler (9 pp.)

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34 Tubatulabal texts, vocabulary, and ethnographic notes. [Note 65] Undated

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: 113 pages in longhand; 1 map.

Scope and Content Note

Kernville United States Geological Survey Quadrangle [1908], with sites entered in pencil. Field notebooks.
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34.1 Texts from Mercedes Linares and Pedra Miranda containing six Coyote tales, with interlinear and rough free translations (15 pp.)

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34.2 Comparative vocabularies including Tubatulabal, Toloim, Yokuts of Porterville, Ciukavegam or Kanekana, and "Serrano" [sic] (17 pp.)

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34.3 Comparative vocabularies, short ethnographic notes (34 pp.)

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34.4 Tubatulabal ethnogeographic notes, including 1 map (41 pp.)

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34.5 Tubatulabal phonetic system; notes on four cards

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35 Yahi linguistic and ethnographic notes (I). 1911

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: 5 field notebooks. 153 pages in longhand.

Scope and Content Note

Texts and vocabulary from Ishi; text of Duck Myth (phonograph recording) and translations. [Note 66].
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35.1 Notebook I, Duck Myth [including correspondence regarding Ishi's identification], (35 pp.)

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35.2 Notebook II (continued from I), pp. 1-45

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35.3 Notebook III (continued from II), pp. 1-5. [Note 67]

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35.4 Notebook IV, Fate of the Dead, pp. 1-19. [Note 67], [Note 68]

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35.5 Notebook V: songs about gambling (texts of five songs, pp. 1-7); adolescence (pp. 8-30 and pp. 40-49); earthquake beliefs (pp. 31-34); salmon culture (pp. 35-38). [Note 69]; and three songs for adolescent girls' ceremony (pp. 39)

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36 Yahi linguistic and ethnographic notes (II). 1911

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: 19 pages typed and in longhand. 2 maps.

Scope and Content Note

Vocabulary from Ishi; Chico and Lassen Peak United States Geological Survey Quadrangles, with Yana-Yahi sites written in.
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36.1 Yana phrase book (phonetics) in pencil (5 pp.)

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36.2 Two USGS maps with pencil entries. [Note 70].

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36.3 Letter of transfer of custody of Ishi to the University of California from the Sheriff of Butte County, Oroville, California 1911 September 4

Note

Verso and margins have penciled lexical items.
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36.4 12 typed pages of English glosses, many with Yahi equivalents, and some with Central Yana from Sam Batwi. [Note 71]

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36.5 One half-slip with Yahi basket terminology in pencil

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37 Notes on Northern Paiute language. From Captain Dave Numana. [Note 72] 1913

Creator/Collector: Marsden, W.L.

Physical Description: 50 typed and longhand pages.
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37.1 Verb list with pencil corrections and notes by A. L. Kroeber (14 typed pages). [Note 73]

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37.2 Noun list (12 longhand pages)

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37.3 Text: (1) Autobiographical narrative (10 pages in longhand); (2) native text (of above?--[D.V.]) (5 pages in longhand)

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37.4 Notebook (apparently the text above) (9 pages in longhand)

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38 Notes on Northern Paiute language collected by Juan Dolores and A. L. Kroeber. [Note 74] circa 1913

Creator/Collector: Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960, and Dolores, Juan.

Physical Description: 15 pages in longhand pencil.
Reel 37-45

38.1 Vocabulary and notes on phonetic elements (12 pp.). [Note 75]

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38.2 Miscellaneous notes on Northern Paiute (3 pp.)

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39 Notes on Yuki subsistence patterns. Undated

Creator/Collector: Weymouth, W. D. (?). [Note 76].

Physical Description: 20 pages in longhand.
Reel 37-45

40 Sierra Miwok field notes (Sonora, California). [Note 77] 1903

Creator/Collector: Dixon, Roland Burrage, 1875-1934.

Physical Description: Ruled composition book. 32 pages in longhand.

Scope and Content Note

Contains miscellaneous general ethnography.
Reel 37-45

41 Sierra Miwok field notes. [Note 78] 1900

Creator/Collector: Tozzer, Alfred M. (Alfred Marston), 1877-1954.

Physical Description: Ruled composition book. 11 pages in longhand.

Scope and Content Note

Ethnogeographic and linguistic data.
Reel 37-45

42 Nomlaki and Ukiah Pomo field notes, Book I. [Note 79], [Note 80] 1935

Creator/Collector: Essene, Frank J., 1908-, compiler.

Physical Description: 53 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

Informants Charles Wathem (Nomlaki), pp. 1-40; Susie Wathem (Northern Pomo), pp. 41-53.
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43 Northern Ukiah Pomo field notes, Books III and IV. [Note 79], [Note 80] 1935

Creator/Collector: Essene, Frank J., 1908-, compiler.

Physical Description: 50 pages, typed.
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43.1 Steve Knight and John McWhinney (26 pp.)

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43.2 John McWhinney (24 pp.)

Reel 37-45

44 Eastern Pomo (Big Valley, Lake County) field notes. Informant Emily Seegel. Books X and XI. [Note 79], [Note 80] 1935

Creator/Collector: Essene, Frank J., 1908-, compiler.

Physical Description: 80 typed pages.
Reel 37-45

45 Southwest Coast Pomo field notes. Books XII-XV. [Note 79], [Note 80] 1935

Creator/Collector: Essene, Frank J., 1908-, compiler.

Physical Description: 251 typed pages.
Reel 37-45

45.1 Steve Parrish (116 pp.) [in two folders]

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45.2 Maggie Beebe, Andrew White (28 pp.)

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45.3 Harvey James, Andrew White (88 pp.)

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45.4 Harvey James, Andrew White (19 pp.)

Reel 46-51

46 Eastern Hopland Pomo field notes. Informant Jeff Joaquin. Books XVI-XVIII. [Note 79], [Note 80] 1935

Creator/Collector: Essene, Frank J., 1908-, compiler.

Physical Description: 80 typed pages. [In two folders.]
Reel 46-51

47 Redwood Valley Pomo field notes. Informant Lulu Johnson. Book XX. [Note 79], [Note 80] 1935

Creator/Collector: Essene, Frank J., 1908-, compiler.

Physical Description: 9 typed pages.
Reel 46-51

48 Concow Northeastern Maidu field notes. Books XXVII and XXXV. [Note 79], [Note 80] 1935

Creator/Collector: Essene, Frank J., 1908-, compiler.

Physical Description: 101 typed pages.
Reel 46-51

49.1 Austin McLaine (72 pp.)

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49.2 Robert Green (29 [74] pp.)

Reel 46-51

49 Lassik Wailaki (sic--D. V.) field notes. Books XXI-XXII. [Note 79], [Note 80] 1935

Creator/Collector: Essene, Frank J., 1908-, compiler.

Physical Description: 69 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

Informant Nancy Dobey. [The typescript for XXII is missing; for contents of original notebook, cf. Item 204.22.]
Reel 46-51

50 Kato field notes from Gill Ray, Books XLII-XLIII. [Note 79], [Note 80] 1935

Creator/Collector: Essene, Frank J., 1908-, compiler.

Physical Description: 107 typed pages. [In two folders.]
Reel 46-51

51 Sketch of Luiseño tribes. [Note 81] Undated

Creator/Collector: Sparkman, Philip Stedman, d. 1907.

Physical Description: Notebook, 88 pages in longhand.

Scope and Content Note

Sketch of tribe; habitat; food; manufactures; customs and beliefs; list of plants used. [Note 82]; seasonal gathering. [Some of the notes on botany and medicinal uses of plants have been transferred from Item 25.2 and are interfiled with Item 51.]
Reel 52m

52m Microfilm of manuscripts on the Philippine Negritos. [Note 83], [Note 188] Undated

Creator/Collector: Garvan, John M.

Physical Description: 1 reel.
Reel 53

53 Original manuscripts on Philippine Negritos. [Note 84], [Note 188] Undated

Creator/Collector: Garvan, John M.

Physical Description: 4 ledger books. 524 pages in longhand.
Reel 53

53.1 Manuscript A: Sulu short poems (203 pp.)

Reel 53

53.2 Manuscript B: Sulu religion, law, and chronology (111 pp.)

Reel 53

53.3 Manuscript D: Sulu long poems (100 pp.). [Note 85]

Reel 53

53.4 Manuscript H: A collection of Sulu letters, laws, protests, proclamations, genealogies, etc., in romanized Sulu (110 pp.)

Reel 54m

54m Microfilm of ethnographic and linguistic field notes on the Philippines. 1947

Creator/Collector: Conklin, Harold C.

Physical Description: [2 reels.]
Reel 55-59

55 Notes on the Modoc with a vocabulary of the language, as spoken by Sloluck, a prisoner at Alcatraz. Prepared by Washington Matthews, Assistant Surgeon, United States Army. [Note 86], [Note 87] 1875-1876

Creator/Collector: Matthews, Washington, 1843-1905.

Reel 55-59

55.1 Manuscript (58 unnumbered pages in longhand in ink)

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55.2 Rough draft of above (38 unnumbered pages in longhand)

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55.3 Vocabulary and notes (6 pages in longhand in pencil)

Reel 55-59

56 Notes on the disposition of the Washington Matthews manuscript collection. Prepared under the direction of T. D. McCown. [Note 88] 1951

Creator/Collector: McCown, Theodore Doney, 1908-1966.

Physical Description: 53 pages.
Reel 55-59

57 Notes of Angel Island Laurel; Modoc Vocabulary. [Note 89], [Note 90] 1875-1876

Creator/Collector: Matthews, Washington, 1843-1905.

Physical Description: 288 [93] pages in longhand pencil.

Scope and Content Note

[Also contains notes on Surprize [sic] Valley Paiute, Gros Ventre, Hidatsa, Dakota.]
Reel 55-59

58 Hidatsa, Mandan and Crow vocabularies: grammatical and ethnohistorical notes. [Note 90] Undated

Creator/Collector: Matthews, Washington, 1843-1905.

Physical Description: 116 pages in longhand.
Reel 55-59

59 Census of California Indian tribes. 1900-1907

Creator/Collector: Kelsey, C. E.

Physical Description: 210 typed pages.
Reel 55-59

59.1 Summary with Tables

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59.1.1 Data on location, affiliation, and numbers of Indians by town and county

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59.1.2 Athapaskan-speaking Indians in Humboldt County (2 pp.). [Note 91]

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59.1.3 Wishosk (Wiyot--D. V.) Indians in Humboldt County (2 pp.)

Reel 55-59

59.1.4 Yurok Indians in Humboldt County (1 pg.)

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59.1.5 Indian population of California according to the Census of 1900 (11 pp.) 1900

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59.1.6 Schedule showing non-reservation Indians in Northern California (4 pp.) 1905-1906

Reel 55-59

59.2.1 Census by town and county with location, affiliation, and numbers of Indians (192 pp.)

Arrangement

[Arranged alphabetically by county name in four folders.]
Reel 55-59

59.2.2 [Group photograph of Indians, identified as: William Benson, Charley Boone, Jim Bucknell, Captain Jack, Captain Tack, John Dennison, Sam Garfield, Frank Manuel, Tony Metock, Frank Miguel, Joseph Miguel, Joe Passador, Edward Posh, Jack Sherwood, Jim Sherwood, Ed Sweetzer, Rafael Thomas, George Vincente, Tom Wheaton; with map of California showing various mission sites. Mt. Hermon, California] 1907

Reel 60-61

60 Some numerals from the California Indian languages. [Note 92] circa 1903-1906

Creator/Collector: Kelsey, C. E.

Physical Description: 114 typed carbon pages

Scope and Content Note

Includes numerals from the following tribal groups: Athapaskan (Tolowa, Kato, Hupa, Chilula); Chumash; Costanoan (San Lorenzo); Karok; Maidu (Tutudi [band] of Glenn Co.); Miwok; Pomo; Salinan (Milpitas); Shasta (Fort Jones, Yreka); Achomawi; Apwaraki (Susanville); Paiute; Mono; Panamint; Shoshonean (Tejon-Bakersfield, Morongo, Walker Basin, Tehachapi, Saboba, Temecula, Pala, Rincon, Cupa-Warner's Ranch, San Ysidro, Coahuila); Washo; Wiyot (Wishosk); Wintu(n); Patwin; Yana (Central); Yokuts; Yuki; Yuman (San Felipe, Pala, Mesa Grande, Santa Ysabel, Capitan Grande, Los Conejos, Sequam, Manzanita, Campo); Jacumba (Mexican); Yurok.
Reel 60-61

61 Chukchansi Yokuts Culture. Field notes recorded by Barbara Thrall, July, 1938, and compiled and edited by A. H. Gayton. [Note 93], [Note 94] 1938

Creator/Collector: Thrall, Barbara and Gayton, A. H. (Anna Hadwick), b. 1899.

Physical Description: 227 typed pages (carbon)
Reel 60-61

61.1 Data on territory, subsistence, structures, and manufactures, personal habits, social structure, shamanism, and trends in acculturation [in three folders]

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61.2 Special appendix on mythology

Reel 62-64

62 Ethnographic notes on the folklore and ceremonial life of the Hupa. 1940-1942

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Scope and Content Note

Informant Mary Socktish, interpreter Sam Brown
Reel 62-64

62.1 Notes from Sam Brown, 1940 (57 typed unnumbered pages). [Note 95]

Reel 62-64

62.2 Notes from 1940, 1942 (31 unnumbered pages in longhand). [Note 96]

Reel 62-64

63 Original field notes and rough drafts for typescript on Karok ceremonial life. 1939-1943

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 216 unnumbered pages typed and in longhand.

Note

Data for Item 15 and Item 64; intended for use in the monograph (Kroeber and Gifford 1949) on world renewal religion.
Reel 62-64

64 World renewal religion of Northwestern California. [Note 97] Undated

Creator/Collector: Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960 and Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887 .

Physical Description: Original longhand manuscript. 110 pages. Incomplete. [In two folders.]
Reel 65(1)

65 Typed carbons of Tlingit field notes (some incomplete). [Note 98] 1933-1934

Creator/Collector: Olson, Ronald L. (Ronald Leroy), 1895-.

Physical Description: 923 pp. [628 pp.]

Scope and Content Note

[Copied from the 10 notebooks that are Item 130.1-130.10. Carbon copies for Book VII have been missing since at least 1957; see Item 130.7 for the original notebook.]
Reel 65(1)

65.1 Book I

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65.2 Book II

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65.3 Book III

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65.4 Book IV

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65.5 Book V

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65.6 Book VI

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65.7 Book VIII

Physical Description: [In two folders.]
Reel 65(2)

65.8 Book IX

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65.9 Book X

Reel 66m

66m Microfilm of Kwakiutl field notes. 1935, 1949

Creator/Collector: Olson, Ronald L. (Ronald Leroy), 1895-.

Physical Description: 1 reel (no. 50-804)

Note

NOTE: Contained Items 115.1-4, 116.2-1 [sic] and 117. [This film, 66m, was defective and has been discarded. Cf. Items 115-117 on Reel 113-117.]
Reel 67-69

67 Yahi text, Coyote and Old Quail Woman. Untranslated. [Note 99] circa 1915

Creator/Collector: Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.

Physical Description: 8 pages in longhand
Reel 67-69

68 Yahi linguistic field notes. 1915

Creator/Collector: Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.

Physical Description: 6 notebooks [including 4 notes from Kroeber to Sapir, 1911]. 272 pages in longhand (ink).

Scope and Content Note

Contains vocabulary, paradigms, and texts taken from Ishi in the summer of 1915. (In 6 notebooks; all of 50 pp., except number 6, which is 22 pp.). [Note 100]
Reel 67-69

69 Southern Maidu (Nisenan) field notes. [Note 101] 1928

Creator/Collector: Littlejohn, Hugh W.

Physical Description: 5 notebooks; 300 pages in longhand pencil.

Scope and Content Note

Contains vocabulary, stories, geography. Notebook 5 contains data on pictographs.
Reel 70-72

70 Yana notebooks. [Note 102] 1900

Creator/Collector: Dixon, Roland Burrage, 1875-1934.

Physical Description: Two notebooks; 168 [235] pages in longhand pencil. [In two folders.]

Scope and Content Note

Folklore and linguistic material, including vocabulary, paradigms (no texts) and myths in translation.
Reel 70-72

71 Yana field notes. [Note 103] 1907

Creator/Collector: Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.

Physical Description: 5 notebooks; 678 pages in longhand pencil.
Reel 70-72

71.1 Obtained from Betsy Brown. [Note 104] 1907

Scope and Content Note

Mostly texts (143 pp.)
Reel 70-72

71.2 Continuation of Item 1 (144 pp.). [Note 105]

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71.3 From Sam Batwi, Redding, California. [Note 106] 1907 December

Scope and Content Note

Texts, phrases (192 pp.)
Reel 70-72

71.4 Continuation of Item 71.3 (196 pp.). [Note 106]

Reel 70-72

71.5 Continuation of Item 71.4 (196 pp.). [Note 106]

Reel 70-72

72 Southern Paiute ethnography: Eastern Bands. [Note 107] Undated

Creator/Collector: Kelly, Isabel Truesdell, 1906-.

Physical Description: Manuscript, 186 typed pages.

Note

[NOTE: returned to Kelly.]
Reel 73-77

73 Tubatulabal myths and tales. With a table of contents by Dale Valory. [Note 108] 1931-1933

Creator/Collector: Voegelin, C. F. (Charles Frederick), 1906- and Wheeler-Voegelin, Erminie, 1903-.

Physical Description: 185 typed pages [In two folders.]

Scope and Content Note

English translations of 55 myths, tales, anecdotes, and ethnohistorical narratives.
Reel 73-77

74 Tubatulabal genealogies. [Note 109] Undated

Creator/Collector: Wheeler-Voegelin, Erminie, 1903-.

Physical Description: 5 [6] sheets in pencil (fragile).

Scope and Content Note

Contains genealogies of nine Tubatulabal lineages.
Reel 73-77

75 Notes on the geography of Northwestern California: Yurok, Wiyot, Hupa, Chilula. [Note 110] 1917-1918

Creator/Collector: Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960, and Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: 91 pages typed and in longhand pencil with maps.

Scope and Content Note

Drawings of houses, data on place names and towns, general geography.
Reel 73-77

76 Indian vocabularies from the State of Sonora, Mexico. 1940

Creator/Collector: Johnson, Jean Bassett, 1916-1944.

Physical Description: 58 typed pages.
Reel 73-77

76.1 Pima Baja from Onabas (14 pp.)

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76.2 Varahio from San Bernardo (19 pp.)

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76.3 Opata from Tonichi (13 pp.)

Reel 73-77

76.4 English translations of standard Spanish vocabulary (12 pp.). [Note 111]

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77 Shasta myths 1937

Creator/Collector: Holt, Catharine, 1891-.

Physical Description: Manuscript. 56 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

Contains 27 tales told by Sergeant Sambo, in English. With a note to A. L. Kroeber, who requested the manuscript. [Note 112]
Reel 78 (1)

78 Northwest Coast Culture Element [Distributions] list: Kalapuya, Santiam and Tualatin. [Note 113] Undated

Creator/Collector: Jacobs, Melville, 1902-.

Physical Description: 440 typed pages
Reel 78 (1)

78.1 Rough draft Undated

Physical Description: 291 pp. in four folders.
Reel 78(2)-80

78.2 Finished draft Undated

Physical Description: 149 pp. in two folders.
Reel 78(2)-80

79 Culture Element Distributions: XVI Black Magic. [Note 114], [Note 115] 1939

Creator/Collector: Lantis, Margaret.

Physical Description: Manuscript. 59 typed pages.
Reel 78(2)-80

80 Culture Element Distributions: cordage. Undated

Creator/Collector: Smith, Martin R.

Physical Description: Manuscript. 60 typed pages, 36 maps.

Note

With notations throughout by A. L. Kroeber.
Reel 81

81 Cupeño folk narrative and song texts; linguistic studies; notes on the Image Ceremony. [Note 116] 1919 1920

Creator/Collector: Faye, Paul Louis, 1885-.

Physical Description: 412 typed and longhand pages.
Reel 81

81.1 Miscellaneous Folk Narratives, I-XIII (68 pp.)

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81.2 Creation Myth (42 pp.)

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81.3 The Girls' Initiation Ceremony (28 pp.)

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81.4 Miscellaneous Ethnohistorical Narratives (67 pp.)

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81.5 Sixteen Cupeño song texts without music (22 pp.)

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81.6 Kisilpiwic myth narrative (84 pp.). [Note 117]

Reel 81

81.7 Translations from English; six texts with Cupeño equivalents used to elicit verb tenses (37 pp.)

Reel 81

81.8 The Image Ceremony (in three parts) (63 pp.). [Note 118]

Reel 82(1)

82 Cupeño linguistic and ethnographic field notes. [Note 119] 1919 1927

Creator/Collector: Faye, Paul Louis, 1885-.

Physical Description: 2,484 unnumbered pages in longhand.
Reel 82(1)

82.1 Notes on Cupeño grammar, I (149 pp.)

Reel 82(1)

82.2 Notes on Cupeño grammar, II (198 pp.)

Reel 82(1)

82.3 Notes on Cupeño grammar, II (198 pp.). [Note 120]

Reel 82(1)

82.3.1 Grammar notes

Reel 82(1)

82.3.2 Grammar notes

Reel 82(2)

82.4 Vocabulary slip file (3x5 inches). [Note 120]

Reel 82(3)

82.5 Vocabulary slip file (5x6 inches). [Note 120]

Reel 82(3)

82.5.1 Vocabulary slip file (5x6 inches)

Reel 82(4)

82.5.2 Vocabulary slip file (5x6 inches)

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82.6 Vocabulary slip file (5x6 inches)

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82.6.1 Vocabulary slip file (5x6 inches)

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82.6.2 Vocabulary slip file (5x6 inches)

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82.6.3 Vocabulary slip file (5x6 inches)

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82.6.4 Vocabulary slip file (5x6 inches)

Reel 82(9)

82.7 Vocabulary slip file (3x4 inches)

Reel 82(9)

82.8 Cupeño linguistic diagrams. [Note 120]

Physical Description: 2 folding diagrams with slips pasted on.
Reel 82(9)

82.9 Ethnographic notes

Physical Description: One notebook (14 pp.).
Reel 82(9)

82.10 Cupeño texts, Series I; songs and two myth texts, notebooks I-IVa

Physical Description: 4 notebooks (312 pp.).
Reel 82(9)

82.11 Domingo Moro's speech. [Note 123] Notebook V, narratives and conversation from a Cupeño informant

Physical Description: (56 pp.).
Reel 82(10)

82.12 Kupa grammar. [Note 124]

Physical Description: 13 notebooks (in pencil) (558 pp).
Reel 82(11)

82.13 Kupa texts, Series II. [Note 125] 1920-1921

Physical Description: 9 notebooks (in pencil) (410 pp.).
Reel 82(11)

82.14 Cupeño speech, narratives and conversation. [Note 126] 1927

Physical Description: 6 notebooks in pencil.
Reel 83

83 Culture Element Distributions: Puget Sound (Duwamish, Skokomish, Klallam, Makah) Undated

Creator/Collector: Gunther, Erna, 1896-.

Physical Description: Manuscript. 311 typed pages. [In four folders.]
Reel 84

84 Culture Element Distributions: combined Ute, Southern Paiute, Northern Paiute, and Nevada Shoshonean. [Note 127] Undated

Creator/Collector: Steward, Julian Haynes, 1902-1972, and Stewart, Omer Call, 1908-.

Physical Description: Manuscript. 203 typed pages; 4 charts. [In four folders.]
Reel 85

85 Fort Independence Paiute ethnographic notes. [Note 79], [Note 128] 1935

Creator/Collector: Essene, Frank J., 1908-, compiler.

Physical Description: 254 typed pages (carbon).
Reel 85

85.1 John and Emma Symmes (95 pp.)

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85.2 George Robinson (76 pp.)

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85.3 Maggie Earl (50 pp.)

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85.4 Hank Hunter (24 pp.)

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85.5 Nettie Lopez (3 pp.)

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85.6 Susie Westerville (6 pp.)

Reel 86-87

86 Big Pine Paiute ethnographic notes. [Note 79], [Note 129] 1935

Creator/Collector: Essene, Frank J., 1908-, compiler.

Physical Description: 24 typed pages (carbon).
Reel 86-87

86.1 Vocabulary from William Piper (7 pp.)

Reel 86-87

86.2 Paiute and Shoshone plant uses (17 pp.)

Reel 86-87

86.3 Twenty myths and narratives on custom and belief from Mary Harry (77 pp.)

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86.4 Autobiography of Ben Tibbitts (11 pp.)

Reel 86-87

86.5 Mary Harry's earthquake narrative (3 pp.)

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86.6 William Piper's bear story (2 pp.)

Reel 86-87

86.7 Tom Stone's description of the fandango (5 pp.)

Reel 86-87

87 Bishop Paiute ethnographic notes. [Note 79], [Note 130] 1935

Creator/Collector: Essene, Frank J., 1908-, compiler.

Physical Description: 211 [221] typed pages (carbon).
Reel 86-87

87.1 Ethnohistory and material culture from Mary Cornwell (37 pp.)

Reel 86-87

87.2 Mythology from George Brierly, Mary Cornwell, Edith Dewey, Dave Yandell (71 pp.)

Reel 86-87

87.3 Fifty-one narratives on plant use and gathering from Jennie Newland (113 pp.)

Reel 88-91

88 Miwok ethnographic notes. Book I. Autobiography of Jim Lundy. [Note 79] 1935

Creator/Collector: Hulse, Frederick Seymour, 1906-.

Physical Description: 13 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

[Includes list of informants in Inyo and Mono Counties. State Emergency Relief Administration Project #16-1F-35, 1935.]
Reel 88-91

89 Bridgeport Paiute ethnographic notes. Books II-III. [Note 79] 1935

Creator/Collector: Hulse, Frederick Seymour, 1906-.

Physical Description: 76 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

Narratives and games from Silas B. Smith and Susie Jim.
Reel 88-91

90 Round Valley Paiute ethnographic notes. Books IV-VI, XIX-XX. [Note 79] 1935

Creator/Collector: Hulse, Frederick Seymour, 1906-.

Physical Description: 220 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

Myths and tales from Bridgeport Tom, Tom Jones, and Mary Cornwell.
Reel 88-91

91 Bishop Paiute ethnographic notes. Books VII-XIV. [Note 79] 1935

Creator/Collector: Hulse, Frederick Seymour, 1906-.

Physical Description: 107 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

Games, dreams, narratives, and autobiography from Joe Lent, Rose [Mose?] Wayland, Jennie Cashbaugh, Jake Shaw, George Brierly, Mattie Bulpitt, and Tom Watterson.
Reel 92-98

92 Big Pine Paiute ethnographic notes. Books XV-XVII. [Note 79] 1935

Creator/Collector: Hulse, Frederick Seymour, 1906-.

Physical Description: 46 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

Tom Stone on religion and traditions; William Piper on food gathering and technology; stories from Mary Harry; William Piper on cultivation.
Reel 92-98

93 Fort Independence Paiute ethnographic notes. Book XVIII. [Note 79] 1935

Creator/Collector: Hulse, Frederick Seymour, 1906-.

Physical Description: 7 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

One story and an autobiography from Mary Rooker.
Reel 92-98

94 Benton Paiute Ethnographic Notes, Book XXI. [Note 79] 1935

Creator/Collector: Hulse, Frederick Seymour, 1906-.

Physical Description: 47 longhand pages.

Scope and Content Note

Mythology from Jakie Magee.
Reel 92-98

95 Chimariko culture and language. Undated

Creator/Collector: Dixon, Roland Burrage, 1875-1934.

Physical Description: Manuscript. 166 typed pages. [In two folders.]

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript, based on field work of 1906, from which Dixon's short monograph (1910) was prepared.
Reel 92-98

96 Culture Element Distributions: comparative Nevada Shoshonean. [Note 131] Undated

Creator/Collector: Steward, Julian Haynes, 1902-1972.

Physical Description: Manuscript. 68 pages with notes by A. L. Kroeber throughout.
Reel 92-98

97 Culture Element Distributions: master chart. [Note 132] Undated

Creator/Collector: Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.

Physical Description: Roll of 6 large typed leaves.
Reel 92-98

98 Karok Orpheus myth in English translation. [Note 133] 1950

Creator/Collector: Bright, William, 1928-.

Physical Description: 2 typed pages.
Reel 99(1)

99 Yurok manuscripts and field notes. [Note 134] circa 1902-1928

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Note

[The 17 Yurok field notebooks were transferred from the A. L. Kroeber Papers, C-B 925, in 1995.]
Reel 99(1)

99.1 Notes on Yurok culture. Incomplete first draft of manuscript Undated

Physical Description: 81 typed and longhand pages.
Reel 99(1)

99.2 Notes on Yurok culture. Second draft of manuscript circa 1919

Physical Description: 84 typed pages.
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99.3 Notes on Yurok culture. Incomplete third draft of manuscript Undated

Physical Description: 41 typed pages and illustrations.
Reel 99(1)

99.4 Yurok field notebooks 1909-1928

Reel 99(1)

99.4.1 Notes on Yurok village sites and census (Notebook 94) 1909

Physical Description: 111 pages
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99.4.2 Notes on Yurok vocabulary (Notebook A) 1909

Physical Description: 145 pages
Reel 99(1)

99.4.3 Notes on Yurok grammar (Notebook B) Undated

Physical Description: 43 pages
Reel 99(1)

99.4.4 Notes on Yurok vocabulary and songs (Notebook C) Undated

Physical Description: 43 pages
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99.4.5 Notes on Yurok geography, ethnology and genealogy (Notebook D) 1909

Physical Description: 119 pages
Reel 99(2)

99.4.6 Notes on Yurok grammar and vocabulary (Notebook E) Undated

Physical Description: 145 pages
Reel 99(2)

99.4.7 Notes on Yurok geography with maps (Notebook F) circa 1917

Physical Description: 73 pages
Reel 99(2)

99.4.8 Notes on Yurok grammar and vocabulary (Notebook G) Undated

Physical Description: 84 pages
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99.4.9 Notes on Yurok comparative vocabulary (Notebook H) Undated

Physical Description: 48 pages
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99.4.10 Notes on Yurok genealogy and geography (Notebook J) Undated

Physical Description: 82 pages
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99.4.11 Notes on Yurok myths and prayers (Notebook 1) Undated

Physical Description: 36 pages
Reel 99(2)

99.4.12 Notes on Yurok myths and dances (Notebook 2) Undated

Physical Description: 41 pages
Reel 99(2)

99.4.13 Notes on Yurok myths and prayers (Notebook 3) Undated

Physical Description: 55 pages
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99.4.14 Notes on Yurok prayers (Notebook 4) Undated

Physical Description: 21 pages
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99.4.15 Notes on Coast Yurok stories and geography Undated

Physical Description: 120 pages
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99.4.16 Notes on Yurok genealogy and geography Undated

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99.4.17 Notes on Yurok, Yokuts, Karok, and Tolowa geography and genealogy 1928

Physical Description: 141 pages
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99.5 Yurok Indian Life. Preliminary draft of manuscript and notes Undated

Physical Description: 92 typed and longhand pages.
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100 Puget Sound marriages and genealogies. 1921-1922

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: Manuscript. 20 pages in longhand.
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101 Notes on Tolowa culture and geography. [Note 135] 1921-1922

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: 3 maps. 148 pages typed and in longhand.
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101.1 Tolowa geography and material culture, longhand

Physical Description: (69 pages)
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101.2 Tolowa and Southwestern Oregon Athapaskan geography

Physical Description: Typed and longhand; includes 3 maps (79 pages).
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102 Warm Springs ethnographic and linguistic field notes. Undated

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: 23 longhand pages.

Scope and Content Note

Ethnogeographic and linguistic data on the Warm Springs, Kutenai, Rogue River (Tututni), and Siletz Indians.
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103 Notes on Makah whaling practices. Undated

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: [49] pages, typed and in longhand.

Scope and Content Note

Data for Waterman's monograph (1920b) on Makah whaling equipment.
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103.1 Whaling notes

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103.2 Hunting the whale

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104 Bridgeport Bishop Paiute ethnographic notes, Books XXII-XXVI. [Note 79], [Note 136] 1935

Creator/Collector: Hulse, Frederick Seymour,1906-.

Physical Description: 549 pages in pencil.
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104.1 Technology and subsistence stories by Susie Jim, Joe Lent, Silas Smith

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104.2 War dance and narratives by Joe Lent, Silas Smith, Jack Lundy

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104.3 Autobiography and tales by Joe Lent. [Note 136]

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104.4 Notes on burial and mourning by Joe Lent; tales and observations about hunting and doctoring from Susie Jim and Joe Lent

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105 Miscellaneous notes on the Yakima. Undated

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: 6 pages in longhand.
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106 Notes on native geography in the Puget Sound Region. [Note 137] circa 1920

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: Manuscript. 260 pages, typed and in longhand; 11 maps.

Scope and Content Note

Mostly on the Makah.
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107 Puget Sound mythology. 1920

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936 and Ballard, Arthur C. [Note 138] .

Physical Description: 72 pages typed and in longhand with 1 map.

Scope and Content Note

Ballard's texts contain mythology of the Duwamish, Squamish, Skokomish, Snuqualmi, Puyallup, and Green River tribes.
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107.1 Waterman texts (35 pp.)

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107.2 Ballard texts (37 pp.) with 1 map

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108 The development of geographical ideas. [Note 139] Undated

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: Manuscript. 22 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

Based on Puget Sound and Yurok geographical studies. [Note 140]
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109 General notes on the ethnology of Puget Sound. [Note 141] 1920

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: 146 typed and longhand pages.

Scope and Content Note

Mostly on the Duwamish. Includes data on the potlatch, basketry, houses, religion, canoes, beliefs and superstitions.
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110 Miscellaneous notes on Eskimo and Puget Sound ethnology. Undated

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: 36 pages in longhand pencil.
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111 Linguistic and ethnographic miscellany on the Otomí, Tubatulabal, Nahuatl, and Mono. 1925-1927

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: One notebook. 10 pages in longhand.

Scope and Content Note

Otomí and Nahuatl vocabulary and linguistic notes, Tucson, 1927 (pp. 1 5); Tubatulabal vocabulary from Kernville and Porterville, California (1925); notes on Mono basketry and geography, with 4 looseleaf pages (pp. 45-50). [Note 142]
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112 Translation of The Book of the Life of the Ancient Mexicans. [Note 143] Undated

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: Manuscript. 72 typed pages.
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113 Haisla (Kwakiutl) field notes. [Note 144] 1935

Creator/Collector: Olson, Ronald Leroy, 1895-.

Physical Description: 3 notebooks. 251 pages in longhand pencil. 3 genealogical tables.
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113.1 Haisla Field Notes #1

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113.2 Haisla Field Notes #2

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113.3 Haisla Field Notes #3 and genealogical tables

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114 Kitlope Keemano (Kwakiutl) field notes. [Note 145], [Note 146] 1949

Creator/Collector: Olson, Ronald Leroy, 1895-.

Physical Description: 1 notebook. 17 pages in longhand pencil. Only pages 61-87 were used.
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115 Owikeno (Kwakiutl) field notes. [Note 147] 1935, 1949

Creator/Collector: Olson, Ronald Leroy, 1895-.

Physical Description: 4 notebooks. 443 pages in pencil.
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115.1 Book I (100 pp.). [Note 148]

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115.2 Book II (113 pp.). [Note 149]

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115.3 Book III (121 pp.)

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115.4 Book IV (109 pp.)

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116 Bella Bella field notes. [Note 150] 1935, 1949

Creator/Collector: Olson, Ronald Leroy, 1895-.

Physical Description: 2 notebooks. 187 pages in longhand pencil.
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116.1 Book I (also contains Tlingit data) (75 pp.). [Note 151]

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116.2 Book II contains 4 inserts (108 pp.). [Note 152]

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117 Haihais (Tsimshian) field notes. [Note 153] 1949

Creator/Collector: Olson, Ronald Leroy, 1895-.

Physical Description: 1 notebook. 24 pages in longhand pencil.
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118 Twana field notes. Field notebooks and typescript (carbon). [Note 155] 1934-1940

Creator/Collector: Elmendorf, William Welcome, 1912-.

Physical Description: 1,287 pages typed and in longhand.

Scope and Content Note

10 notebooks and 66 folios of typed notes, Ethnological Narratives and Myths, from Henry and Frank Allen, Skokomish. [Note 154]
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118.1 Book I: Henry Allen, ethnography (61 pp.)

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118.2 Book II: Henry Allen; also folklore, vocabulary, and texts (78 pp.)

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118.3 Book III: Henry Allen; also folklore, ceremonials, music, shamanism, and sorcery (73 pp.)

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118.44 Book IV: Henry Allen; also geography (75 pp.)

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118.5 Book V: Frank Allen (1940); general ethnography and ethnohistory (101 pp.)

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118.6 Book VI: Frank Allen (100 pp.)

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118.7 Book VII: Frank Allen (100 pp.)

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118.8 Book VIII: Frank Allen (100 pp.)

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118.9 Book IX: Frank Allen; also shamanism, sorcery (104 pp.)

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118.10 Book X: Henry and Frank Allen, general ethnography and linguistic data (104 pp.)

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118.11 Frank Allen, ethnological narratives and myths. (453 pp.)

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118.11.1 Narrative, V, 1-92

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118.11.2 Narrative, V, 92-VI, 91

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118.11.3 Narrative, VI, 91-VII, 92

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118.11.4 Narrative, VII, 92-VIII, 98

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118.11.5 Narrative, VIII, 98-IX, 86

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118.11.6 Narrative, IX, 86-X, 43

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119 Yuma Origin Myth from Joe Homer. [Note 156] 1928-1929

Creator/Collector: Forde, Cyril Daryll, 1902-.

Physical Description: 4 [11] pages typed and in longhand. English only.

Scope and Content Note

Original with carbon copy. [Correspondence and list of informants.]
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120 Southern Nisenan ethnographic notes and vocabularies. [Note 157] 1925, 1929

Creator/Collector: Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960; Gayton, A. H. (Anna Hadwick), b. 1899; and Freeland, Lucy Shepard.

Physical Description: 5 notebooks, 1 map. 68 pages in longhand pencil.
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120.1 Book I: Kroeber, vocabulary and linguistic notes (36 pp.)

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120.2 [Book II]: Kroeber, loose sheets copied from Book II. [Note 158] vocabulary and linguistic notes (pp. 37-54), with 3 pages of miscellaneous analytic notes

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120.3 Book III: Kroeber, ethnographic and linguistic notes (pp. 55-78)

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120.4 [Book IV]: Gayton, vocabulary and ethnographic notes (35 unnumbered pages); Part II (26 unnumbered pages)

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120.5 [Book VI]: Freeland, vocabulary and ethnographic notes (26 unnumbered pages). [Note 159]

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120.6 Fairoaks United States Geological Survey Quadrangle with three [Puswine, Yamanko, Goduma] Nisenan village locations

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121 Notes on Yana ethnohistory. [Note 160] Undated

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: Photocopies of cards. 32 pages.
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122 Yuma linguistic and ethnographic notes. [Note 161]. [State Emergency Relief Administration-Yuma.] 1935

Creator/Collector: Halpern, Abraham Meyer, 1914-.

Physical Description: 13 notebooks. 744 unnumbered pages, in pencil.
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122.1 (Halpern VI, 1-3)

Physical Description: 3 notebooks.

Scope and Content Note

Informant James Cleveland; interpreter Sam Hill, Jr.
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122.1.1 Cleveland and others on games and botany (99 pp.)

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122.1.2 Myths, superstitions, narratives, customs (89 pp.)

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122.1.3 Kinship terminology, ethnohistorical narratives (34 pp.)

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122.2 (Halpern IX, 1)

Physical Description: 1 notebook. (46 pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Informant L. Gomer (Gomez?) [Luke Homer]. Conversation, narrative, botany, and subsistence.
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122.3 (Halpern X, 1)

Physical Description: 1 notebook. (88 pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Informants John Smith and George Chino. All ethnobotany and associated verb paradigms.
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122.4 (Halpern XII, 1-3)

Physical Description: 3 notebooks.

Scope and Content Note

Informant Minnie Norton; interpreter J. B. Connell.
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122.4.1 Technological terminology (pottery), kinship, numerals, linguistic material (53 pp.)

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122.4.2 Notes on birth, burial, medicines, many with narrative texts and girls' initiation (63 pp.)

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122.4.3 Concluding What a Girl Should Know (girls' initiation) with text, free and interlinear translation (59 pp.)

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122.5 (Halpern XIII, 1-3)

Physical Description: 3 notebooks.

Scope and Content Note

Informants Steve Kelly, Henry Chino, Clarence Olson (?)
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122.5.1 Linguistic notes, mostly mythology, cosmogony, superstitions, also dreams, geography (75 pp.)

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122.5.2 Ceremonials, superstitions, warfare (38 pp.)

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122.5.3 Social structure, kinship terminology, stereotypy, superstitions, dreams (twins and childbirth) (32 pp.)

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122.6 (Halpern XV, 1)

Physical Description: 1 notebook.

Scope and Content Note

Informant Juan Chicken; interpreter Jeff Miguel. Astronomy, seasons.
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122.7 (Halpern XVI, 1)

Physical Description: 1 notebook. (10 pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Informant, William Wilson. Dances, songs, numerals, other ceremonials.
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123 Plants collected by T. T. Waterman in Tehama County and identified by Harriet A. Walker. A list of specimen numbers and identifications. [Note 162] 1914

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: 5 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

Pertains to Yana ethnobotany, in which Waterman was interested in connection with his Ishi studies.
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124 Culture Element Distributions: Washington, Oregon, California, Utah, New Mexico correlations. circa 1940

Creator/Collector: Anonymous. [Note 163].

Physical Description: 118 pages in longhand.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Haisla, Quilleute, Quinault, Chinook, Klikitat, Tillamook, Coos (?), Patwin (?), Chimariko, Nisenan (?), Skokomish, Duwamish, Kaibab Paiute, Southern Ute, and Zuñi.
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125 Culture Element Distributions: Southern Coast of California. Undated

Creator/Collector: Harrington, John Peabody. [Note 164].

Physical Description: 117 pages.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Costanoan, Chumash, Salinan, Gabrileño, and Serrano.
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126 Culture Element Distributions: peyotism. 1940

Creator/Collector: Stewart, Omer Call, 1908-. [Note 165].

Physical Description: 316 [294] unnumbered pages. [In three folders.]

Scope and Content Note

Includes mostly 13 Plains tribes: Kiowa Apache, Kiowa, Comanche, Kickapoo, Absentee Shawnee, Delaware, Winnebago, Northern Cheyenne, Crow, Wind River Shoshone, Ute, Gosiute, Washo, Northern Paiute, and Taos.
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127 Panorama von Mäanderberg: topography and toponymy of Highland New Guinea. Kaiserin Augusta Fluss Expedition. Undated

Creator/Collector: Thurnwald, Richard, 1869-1954. [Note 166].

Physical Description: 53 sheets, photographic plates, pen and pencil tracings, maps.
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128 Research on California Indians, Federal Writers' Project. circa 1936

Creator/Collector: Radin, Paul, 1883-1959.

Physical Description: 1,489 unnumbered pages, typed and in longhand.
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128.1 Catalogue headings

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128.2 Tribes and localities (8 pp)

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128.3 Bay Area Shell Mounds (2 pp.)

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128.4 Abstracts from writings on religion and folklore; Achomawi by Roland B. Dixon, Jaime de Angulo and Herbert Naboisek (30 pp.)

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128.5 Cahuilla from A. L. Kroeber and Lucile Hooper (14 pp.)

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128.6 Klamath from Leslie Spier, by Herbert Naboisek (13 pp.)

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128.7 Luiseño from Philip S. Sparkman (11 pp.)

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128.8 Northern Maidu from Roland B. Dixon, by Scholgen and Schaffer (25 pp.)

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128.9 Southern Maidu from Paul L. Faye (9 pp.)

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128.10 Nisenan from A. L. Kroeber and Ralph L. Beals (53 pp.)

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128.11 Paiute from Isabel T. Kelly and Julian H. Steward and Panamint from Frederick V. Colby and B. H. Dutcher (40 pp.)

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128.12 Patwin from Will C. McKern and A. L. Kroeber (52 pp.)

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128.13 Pomo from Edwin M. Loeb (1 p.)

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128.14 Barbareño (Chumash) from Hubert H. Bancroft (3 pp.)

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128.15 Serrano from Ruth Benedict (8 pp.)

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128.16 Wiyot from Llewellyn L. Land (sic, Loud--D. V.) (24 pp.)

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128.17 Yana from Thomas T. Waterman and Klamath Modoc from Samuel A. Barrett, by Herbert Naboisek (20 pp.)

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128.18 Yaqui (file empty)

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128.19 Abstracts and typescripts of articles by Roland B. Dixon and A. L. Kroeber on religion of California Indians (64 pp.)

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128.20 Abstracts from Hubert H. Bancroft's History of California, on early California history (66 pp.)

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128.21  Abstracts from Hubert H. Bancroft's History, on the California missions; and "creative writing" based on the history of missionized Indians by Merciel Mason and Bernard Berkov (113 pp.)

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128.22  Secularization of missions by Merciel Mason (24 pp.)

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128.23  Indian revolts by Merciel Mason (12 pp.)

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128.24  Newspaper clippings and abstracts on Indian hostilities (132 pp.)

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128.25  Extracts from Hubert H. Bancroft's History, and newspapers by Merciel Mason on Indian treaties (26 pp.)

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128.26  Reservations (128 pp.)

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128.27  Newspaper extracts on Indians vs. Indians (15 pp.)

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128.28  Newspaper extracts on Indian attitudes (34 pp.)

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128.29  Newspaper extracts on white attitudes (112 pp.)

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128.30  Newspaper extracts on conditions of Indians (23 pp.)

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128.31  Newspaper extracts on criminal proceedings (34 pp.)

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128.32  Newspaper extracts: miscellaneous (191 pp.)

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128.33  Indian Commission Report for 1911 (18 pp.)

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128.34  Schools (10 pp.)

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128.35  Newspaper extracts; "creative writing" by Merciel Mason on present status of Indians and figures on population and employment (16 pp.)

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128.36  Indians at work; bibliography; proposed legislation (66 pp.)

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128.37  Biographical interviews dealing with employment (48 pp.)

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128.38  Bibliographies (152 pp.) [in two folders]

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129 Yana vocabulary and phonetics. [Note 167] Undated

Creator/Collector: Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939.

Physical Description: Cards. [In four fileboxes.]
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129.1.1 Yana

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129.1.2 Yana

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129.2.1 Northern Yana

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129.2.2 Northern Yana

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129.3.1 Central Yana and Yahi

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129.3.2 Central Yana and Yahi

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129.3.3 Central Yana and Yahi

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130 Tlingit field notes. [Note 168] 1933-1934, circa 1956

Creator/Collector: Olson, Ronald Leroy, 1895-.

Physical Description: 12 notebooks. 1 set of genealogical tables, in pencil. 1,231 pages.

Scope and Content Note

Books 1-6, 1933 (113, 89, 123, 113, 200, 63 pages); Books 7-10, 1934 (119, 118, 115, 75 pages); Books XI-XII, 1956 (19, 34 pages; Book 12 is not dated, but is probably from 1956).
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130.1 Notebook 1

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130.2 Notebook 2

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130.3 Notebook 3

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130.4 Notebook 4

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130.5 Notebook 5

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130.6 Notebook 6

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130.7 Notebook 7

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130.8 Notebook 8

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130.9 Notebook 9

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130.10 Notebook 10

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130.11 Notebook 11

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130.12 Notebook 12

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130.13 Tlingit genealogies

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131 Zuñi vocabulary: cards from field notebooks. [Note 169] 1918

Creator/Collector: Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.

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132 Northern Paiute vocabulary: cards in filebox circa 1914

Creator/Collector: Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.

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133 Mohave stories. Recorded by Charles E. Jared. Undated

Creator/Collector: Jared, Charles E. [Note 170].

Physical Description: 21 pages in longhand.

Scope and Content Note

English only. Includes 5 [4] tales.
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134 Papago language and folklore. Texts, field notes. [Note 171] 1909-1951

Creator/Collector: Dolores, Juan and Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.

Physical Description: 3,519 pages in longhand pencil and ink. [In fifteen folders.]
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134.1.1 Dolores' field notebooks

Physical Description: 818 pp. In pencil.

Scope and Content Note

  • Books I-V contain myths (37, 67, 29, 79, and 62 pages respectively);
  • Book V contains English-Papago vocabulary (pp. 51-62);
  • Book VI contains songs and "Yaqua" (Yaqui?--D. V.) vocabulary (33 pp);
  • Book VII contains speeches and autobiography (23 pp.);
  • Book VIII [#15 on cover] contains speeches, myths, song texts, and autobiography (114 pp.)
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134.1.2 Dolores' field notebooks (cont.)

Scope and Content Note

  • Book IX [#14 on cover] contains mostly medicine and war dance songs, also narratives and a linguistic miscellany (70 pp.);
  • Book X [#6 on cover] contains myths (40 pp.);
  • Book XI [#7 on cover] contains myths continued from Book X (40 pp.);
  • Book XII [#8 on cover] contains myths (70 pp.);
  • Book XIII [#9 on cover] contains myths (39 pp.);
  • Book XIV [#16 on cover] contains miscellaneous texts (49 pp.);
  • Book XV [#13 on cover] contains myths (66 pp.).
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134.2m Microfilm (134.2m) of Dolores' notes and papers. [Note 172]

Physical Description: 1 reel. [Film deteriorated and was discarded, 5/31/78.]
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134.3 Miscellaneous texts. Myths and reminiscences. [Note 173]

Physical Description: Longhand (125 pp.) [In three folders.]
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134.4 Songs and speeches (51 pp.). [Note 174]

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134.5 Creation Myth text (202 pp.)

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134.6 Coyote Myth text (76 pp.). [Note 175]

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134.7 Kroeber's field notebooks, #91 and #92 from 1909 [plus one unnumbered notebook with accompanying slips] (154 pp.). 1909, undated

Scope and Content Note

Containing mostly linguistics, texts with translation, and songs with texts.
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134.8 Collected Papago texts of Dolores, with keys to orthography by Kroeber, Dolores, and Charles F. Voegelin (420 pp.). [Note 176] 1947-1948

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134.9 Dolores, explanation of words and phrases found in Creation Myth (25 pp.)

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134.10 Dolores and Kroeber, working notes for Papago verb stems

Physical Description: (136 pp.) [In three folders.]

Scope and Content Note

Also other grammatical notes, one text, and a verb lexicon.
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134.11 Kroeber, Papago Linguistic Miscellany. [Note 177] (65 pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Noun and verb lists, some marked "superseded" (mostly carbons).
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134.12 Kroeber, Papago lexicon. [Note 178]

Scope and Content Note

Slip file.
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135 Upper Takelma Field Notes. Undated

Creator/Collector: Anonymous. [Note 179].

Physical Description: 32 pages

Scope and Content Note

One notebook of miscellaneous ethnography from Molly Orton and Elizabeth Harney.
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136m Microfilm of Yana Notebook Number 5. [Note 180] Undated

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: 1 reel.

Note

[Film defective and discarded, 12/31/96. For a copy of this notebook, see Item 35.5, which is on Reel 31-36.]
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137m Indian Art in the United States and Alaska. A Pictorial Record of the Exhibition at the Golden Gate International Exposition. [Note 181]. Indian Arts and Crafts Board, United States Department of the Interior. 1939

Creator/Collector: D'Harnoncourt, Rene.

Note

[Rene d'Harnoncourt was general manager.]
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138m Ethnography of the Southern Shoshoneans (Southern Paiute). [Note 182] 1953

Creator/Collector: Kelly, Isabel Truesdell, 1906-.

Physical Description: Field notes. Typed. [1 reel, formerly on 9 reels.]

Scope and Content Note

Contains:

  1. Chemehuevi
  2. Vegas
  3. Paranigat
  4. Paraxum, Paxib, Kaibixats
  5. St. George and Gunlock
  6. Moapa
  7. Panaca, Indian Peak, Beaver, Paranigat
  8. Shivwits
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139 Coast Miwok field notes. San Rafael subgroup from Maria Copa. 1932

Creator/Collector: Kelly, Isabel Truesdell, 1906-. [Note 183].

Physical Description: 3 notebooks (84, 109, and 57 pages). 250 pages in pencil.

Note

NOTE: returned to Kelly.
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140 Coast Miwok field notes. 1931-1932

Creator/Collector: Kelly, Isabel Truesdell, 1906-. [Note 184].

Physical Description: 8 notebooks (76, 99, 96, 96, 94, 93, 202, 151 pages). 907 pages in pencil.

Scope and Content Note

Bodega subgroup from Tom Smith.

Note

NOTE: returned to Kelly.
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141 Coast Miwok, Bodega subgroup: social and religious culture. [Note 185] 1931-1932

Creator/Collector: Kelly, Isabel Truesdell, 1906-.

Physical Description: 229 unnumbered pages.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript of field notes from Tom Smith.

Note

NOTE: returned to Kelly.
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142 Coast Miwok, San Rafael ethnography. [Note 186] 1932

Creator/Collector: Kelly, Isabel Truesdell, 1906-.

Physical Description: 1 map. 308 unnumbered pages.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript of field notes from Maria Copa.

Note

NOTE: returned to Kelly.
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143 Manuscripts on Philippine Ethnology. 8 parts. [Note 187] circa 1945

Creator/Collector: Barton, Roy Franklin, 1883-1947.

Physical Description: 528 pages typed and in longhand.
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143.1 The Kalingas: their Institutions and custom Law, with maps

Physical Description: (353 typed pages, carbon) [in two folders.]
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143.2  First Ifugao English Wordbook

Physical Description: (102 [114] typed pages, carbon; some water damaged.)
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143.3  An alphabetical list of Ifugao deitie

Physical Description: (19 typed pages)
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143.4  Bugan Visits the Deities; a Ligauwe myth

Physical Description: (13 typed pages)
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143.5  The Hibolot Sickness Inflicted by the Old Woman Downstream; myth text

Physical Description: (1 typed page; fragile)
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143.6  Chant of the Liblibaiyu

Physical Description: (2 typed pages; fragile.)
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143.7  The routings in Kankanai myths and their significance

Physical Description: (3 typed pages; water damaged)
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143.8  The religion of the Ifugaos

Physical Description: (27 typed pages, some carbon.)
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144 Manuscripts on Philippine ethnology. 1899, 1908, 1928-1929

Creator/Collector: Garvan, John M. [Note 188].

Physical Description: 1,563 pages, mostly typed (carbon).
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144.1 Typed manuscripts (A L). [Note 188]

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144.1.1 [Manuscript] A: Sulu short poems 1928-1929

Physical Description: Slip file (2x4 inches).
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144.1.2 Manuscript B: Sulu ethnography in 21 parts

Physical Description: (122 pp.)
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144.1.3 Manuscript C: Sulu language and ethnography

Physical Description: (142 pp. each)
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144.1.4 Manuscript D: Sulu Religious, Didactic and Martial Song Poems

Physical Description: (198 pp. each)

Scope and Content Note

42 song texts, no translations.
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144.1.5 Manuscript J: Documents of the Sulu, Tirurai, Subano, Moro, and non Mohammedan and other tribes of Mindinao, in 12 parts with table of contents

Physical Description: (176 pp.) [In two folders.]
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144.1.6 Manuscript L: The Mindinao Moros 1908

Physical Description: (30 pages.)

Scope and Content Note

U.S. Government report by O. J. W. Scott and I. C. Brown.
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144.1.7 Manuscript F: Arabic religious words used in Sulu, fragmentary vocabulary in longhand

Physical Description: (10 pages.)
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144.2 Miscellany

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144.2.1 "Sarat paghimpunan sing Islam." An unidentified political document. [Note 189]

Physical Description: 4 pages with carbon
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144.2.2 Letters from the Sultan of Sulu to early American governors circa 1899

Physical Description: 110 pages typed and in longhand. [In three folders.]
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144.2.3 Notes from Jesuit letters. [Note 190]

Physical Description: 73 pages typed and longhand [in two folders].

Scope and Content Note

("Tiruray language with short texts. Garvan's notes, longhand HCC'')
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144.2.4 Sulu songs and words

Physical Description: (179 pp.)
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145m Microfilm of San Rafael and Bodega Coast Miwok ethnography. 1968

Creator/Collector: Kelly, Isabel Truesdell, 1906-. [Note 191].

Physical Description: 1 reel.

Scope and Content Note

Negative of field note typescript.

Note

NOTE: returned to Kelly.
Reel 146(1)

146 Karok Myths. Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-. [Note 192].

Physical Description: Manuscript. 398 [907] unnumbered pages, typed and in longhand.
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146.1 Karok Myths. Handwritten draft, Part II, Sections 1-5

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146.1.1 Tales of Immortals and Humans

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146.1.2 Tales in which Coyote is a Character

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146.1.3 Tales in which Coyote is a Character

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146.1.4 Animal Tales without Coyote as a Character

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146.1.5 Animal Tales without Coyote as a Character, Plant Story

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146.1.6 Formulas. [Note 193]

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146.1.7 Formulas

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146.1.8 Confessions. [Note 194],. [Note 195]

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146.2. Karok Myths. Typed draft, Part II, and footnotes

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146.2.1 Draft, pp. 1-59

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146.2.2 Draft, pp. 60-122

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146.2.3 Draft, pp. 123-182

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146.2.4 Draft, pp. 183-243

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146.2.5 Draft, pp. 244-304

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146.2.6 Draft, pp. 305-366

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146.2.7 Draft, pp. 367-423

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146.2.8 Draft, pp. 424-473

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146.2.9 Draft, footnotes

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147 Comparative Negrito (sic--D. V.) Linguistic materials. circa 1929

Creator/Collector: Garvan, John. [Note 196].

Physical Description: 725 pages, typed and in longhand.
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147.1 Comparative Negrito vocabulary, 42 dialects

Physical Description: Typed (256 pp.) [In three folders.]
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147.2 Negrito vocabulary; incomplete version of above

Physical Description: Typed (131 pp.) [In two folders.]
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147.3 Negrito vocabulary; incomplete version (34 [72] pp.)

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147.4 Negrito vocabulary; incomplete version (42 pp.)

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147.5 Negrito vocabularies, not by Garvan, copied for use in the above Item 147.1

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147.5.1 David Prescott Barrows. Malay Tagalog of Montalban, Rizal (3 pp.)

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147.5.2 L. Parker. Pampanga Malay (4 pp.)

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147.5.3 Anonymous. Montalban (Rizal) Negrito (14 pp.)

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147.5.4 F. L. Crone. Banuit, Camarines (2 pp.)

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147.5.5 Anonymous. Various Bataan Negrito (3 pp.)

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147.5.6 Anonymous. Various Negrito (35 pp.)

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147.5.7 Anonymous (Garvan?). "Pygmy" (sic) from Tangan Tangan, Tarlac (24 pp.)

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147.5.8 Anonymous. Montalban, Rizal (5 pp.)

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147.5.9 Teofilo Jose, translator. Tangan Tangan, Tarlac (6 pp.)

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147.5.10 Jose Cabello. Southern Camarines (16 pp.)

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147.5.11 Thomas Diwa. Lubao, Pampanga (37 pp.)

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147.5.12 R. D. Bermudez. Mamanua of Jabonga, Agusan (10 pp.)

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147.5.13 Julio Castelo. Bani, Pangasinan (39 pp.)

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147.5.14 Zacarias Dumlao. Masno, Capas, Tarlac (30 pp.)

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147.5.15 Isayas Gamboa. Bueno, Capas, Tarlac (30 pp.)

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148 Pomo Patwin Lower Lake field notes. [Note 197],. [Note 198] Undated

Creator/Collector: Halpern, Abraham M. (Abraham Meyer), 1914-.

Physical Description: 9 (11) ruled notebooks. 602 pages in longhand pencil.
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148.1 Mostly Kuksu Cult; also autobiography, notes on sweat houses, dances, vocabulary (60 pp.)

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148.2 Kuksu and related ceremonials; Pentecostal movement, stories (some with texts), doctors, chiefs, dress, deer hunting

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148.3 Ceremonials, doctors and doctoring songs, poison and poisoners, war and war dance, marriage; some material culture, linguistic data (72 pp.)

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148.4 Ceremonials, biography, war, songs and prayers, vocabulary (72 pp.)

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148.5 Bear Dance and other ceremonials, New Tobacco Dance, biography, stories, dreams and dreamers, Catholicism, professions and property exchange, chiefs, sweating (67 pp.)

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148.6 Doctors, power and poisoning, tobacco ceremony, various dances including old dances, seasonal cycle, personal names, missionaries, adoption, sweating, vocabulary (71 pp.)

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148.7 Bole Cult, biography, doctors, chiefs, values and property exchange, marriage, dreams, prayers, beads, names, adoption, vocabulary (72 pp.)

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148.8 Bole and Kuksu Cults, power and doctoring, poison, dances, songs, vocabulary (71 pp.)

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148.9 Kuksu Cult, property, professions and classes, stories, various dances, sweating, vocabulary (49 pp.)

Reel 149-152

149 Lee Vining Paiute ethnographic notes. State Emergency Relief Administration--Inyo. [Note 79] 1935

Creator/Collector: Hulse, Frederick Seymour, 1906-.

Physical Description: 1 notebook, in pencil. 68 pages.

Scope and Content Note

Contains autobiography, myths and tales.
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150 Round Valley Paiute ethnographic notes. State Emergency Relief Administration--Inyo. [Note 79] 1935

Creator/Collector: Hulse, Frederick Seymour, 1906-.

Physical Description: 3 notebooks, in pencil. 134 pages.
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150.1 Book #27: Ethnohistory, subsistence, superstitions, tales, general ethnography (75 pp.)

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150.2 Book #28: Ethnohistory, biography, mythology (25 pp.)

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150.3 Book #29 or Book #30A: Mythology, cosmogony (34 pp.)

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151 Laws-Deep Springs Paiute ethnographic notes. State Emergency Relief Administration--Inyo. [Note 79] 1935

Creator/Collector: Hulse, Frederick Seymour, 1906-.

Physical Description: 1 notebook, in pencil. 29 pages.

Scope and Content Note

Book #30 or Book #30B. Ethnohistorical narrative, biography, birth and burial customs.
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152 Big Pine Paiute ethnographic notes. State Emergency Relief Administration--Inyo. [Note 79] 1935

Creator/Collector: Hulse, Frederick Seymour, 1906-.

Physical Description: 4 notebooks, in pencil. 234 pages.
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152.1 Book #40: Biography, marriage, food, tales (83 pp.)

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152.2 Book #41: Geography, biography, birth customs (40 pp.)

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152.3 Book #42: Ethnohistory, tales, subsistence, festivals (52 pp.)

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152.4 Book #43: Biography, ceremonials, burial and mourning, dance, doctors (111 pp.)

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153 Fort Independence Paiute Ethnographic Notes. State Emergency Relief Administration--Inyo. [Note 79] 1935

Creator/Collector: Hulse, Frederick Seymour, 1906-.

Physical Description: 5 notebooks, in pencil. 292 pages.
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153.1 Book #44: Biography, tales (19 pp.)

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153.2 Book #45: Songs with text and score, tales (31 pp.)

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153.3 Book #46: Ethnohistory, biography, myths and tales (108 pp.)

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153.4 Book #47: Biography, stories, religion (22 pp.)

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153.5 Book #48: Ethnohistory, biography, mythology, doctoring and medicine, technology, subsistence and economy, marriage, childbirth, burial and mourning, songs (112 pp.)

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154 Bishop Paiute ethnographic notes. State Emergency Relief Administration--Inyo. [Note 79] 1935

Creator/Collector: Hulse, Frederick Seymour, 1906-.

Physical Description: 8 notebooks, in pencil. 474 pages.

Note

[The missing notebook, #36, has been identified as Item 205.2.]
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154.1 Book #31: Ethnohistory, biography, foods, folktales (76 pp.)

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154.2 Book #32: Ethnohistory, biography, tales (133 pp.)

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154.3 Book #33: Tales (31 pp.)

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154.4 Book #34: One tale (15 pp.)

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154.5 Book #35: Biography, myths and tales (66 pp.)

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154.6 Book #37: Burial, mourning, mourning dance, ethnohistory, tales, marriage and divorce, technology, basketry (68 pp.). [Note 199]

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154.7 Book #38: Biography, tales, marriage (53 pp.)

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154.8 Book #39: Ceremonial and dance (32 pp.)

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155 Round Valley Paiute ethnographic miscellany from Mary Cornwell. [Note 79] 1935

Creator/Collector: Hulse, Frederick Seymour, 1906-.

Physical Description: 17 pages in pencil.

Scope and Content Note

Doctoring, war narratives, mythology.
Reel 156(1)

156 Ethnographic field notes on religion, supernaturalism and kindred beliefs of the Ukiah Valley Pomo; correspondence. [Note 200] 1939-1941

Creator/Collector: Wilson, Birbeck.

Physical Description: 5 fileboxes of slips. 162 pages.
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156.1 Correspondence on the transfer of the collection; nine letters by R. H. Post, Sherwood Larned Washburn, Mrs. N. Doudiet, Robert Fleming Heizer. [Note 201]

Physical Description: (11 pp., typed and longhand)
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156.2 Typed material [sheets] (151 pp.)

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156.2.1 Notes on the fire dance (29 pp.)

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156.2.2 Notes on signs and warnings (2 pp.)

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156.2.3 Notes on menstrual tabu (7 pp.)

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156.2.4 Notes on bear doctors (4 pp.)

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156.2.5 Notes on the Kuksu Cult (10 pp.)

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156.2.6 Further notes on the fire dance and other ceremonials (18 pp.)

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156.2.7 Religion, supernaturalism, and related beliefs of the Pomo Indians of the Ukiah Valley, California, with outline

Physical Description: Manuscript (80 pp.)

Note

[Formerly this item was numbered 156.2B]
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156.3 Field notes. [Note 202]

Physical Description: Slips in 5 fileboxes. Typed.
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156.3.1 Modern and old religion, funerals and mourning, prayers, charms, and offerings, dreams and signs

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156.3.2 Dancing

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156.3.3 Sweat house, Ghost Dance, bear people, taboos, childbirth and twins; Jim Crabtree autobiography, beads and baskets, miscellaneous subjects

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156.3.4 Doctoring, poisoning

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156.3.5 Maru, Catholic-Maru transition, Maru-Catholic transition

Reel 157-160

157 Notes on Yurok marriages. 1902-1909

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: 1 map. 70 pages typed and in longhand.

Note

Basis for Waterman and Kroeber (1934).
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158 Bibliographical sources on the tribes of Puget Sound. circa 1920

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Scope and Content Note

With a bibliography of 15 pages and a subject index of 44 pages
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159 Miscellaneous notes on the Northern Paiute language. [Note 203] Undated

Creator/Collector: Marsden, W. L.

Physical Description: Two small notebooks. 217 pages in longhand (extremely fragile).

Scope and Content Note

The notebooks contain vocabulary and some myth text material.

Note

[Book II is missing.]
Reel 157-160

160 Addenda to Karok ethnobotanical vocabulary. [Note 204] circa 1951

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence (3 pages) and 242 vocabulary cards.
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161 Notes on the comparative ethnobiology of Western North America. Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: Card file. [1 filebox of approximately 700 cards.]

Scope and Content Note

Includes: Hupa, Coast Yuki, Surprise Valley Paiute, Sierra Miwok, Tubatulabal, Maidu, Shasta, Luiseño, Cahuilla, Paiute, Panamint, Pomo, Yuki, and Wailaki.
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162 Trait distribution analysis of the world renewal ceremonies of Northwestern California, by village and by subject. Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 1 filebox of approximately 550 cards.

Scope and Content Note

Compiled for Kroeber for joint research purposes, cf. Kroeber and Gifford (1949).
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163 List of California and Oregon Indian informants. Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: Filebox of approximately 650 cards and [35] loose sheets.

Scope and Content Note

Names and locations of informants consulted by University of California field researchers in anthropology and ethnology.

Note

[This item originally included Lila M. O'Neale's field notes listing Yurok, Karok and Hupa informants, which have been transferred to Item 1, cf. Item 1.8.]
Reel 164

164 Partial list of Yuman culture elements. [Note 205] Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 585 typed pages. [In three folders.]

Scope and Content Note

Incomplete. Almost all references are to Northern and Southern Diegueño and Kamia, and are based mainly on Constance G. DuBois (1905) and Waterman (1910); cf. also Gifford (1931).
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165 Miwok verbs. Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: Filebox of approximately 438 cards.

Scope and Content Note

Apparently Central Sierra Miwok. Unpublished.
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166 Northern Diegueño field notes. 1919

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 1 notebook. 56 unnumbered pages (ink).

Scope and Content Note

Mostly genealogy, with some notes on ceremonial dancing.
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167 Northfork Mono personal names. 1918

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 3 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

List of names with translations.
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168 Northfork Mono hamlets and camp sites. 1918

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 103 pages, in pencil.

Scope and Content Note

Notes for Appendix A of his monograph (1932).
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169 Northfork Mono genealogies 1918

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: Filebox of approximately 556 cards (5" x 8")

Scope and Content Note

Part of the field data for his (1932) monograph.
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170 Northfork Mono field notes. [Note 207] 1918

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 1 notebook. 437 pages.

Scope and Content Note

Includes mostly published notes (1932); also translations of cylinder recordings of myths and narratives not included in 1932.
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171 Ethnographic notes on Hupa ceremonials and rituals. [Note 208] 1940

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 57 typed pages (carbon).
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172 Karok myths. 1940

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 324 typed pages (carbon). [In two folders.]

Scope and Content Note

This is the typescript of myths in Item 146. No original typed copy remains. Unpublished.
Reel 173-174

173 Karok medicinal formulae. 1940

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 83 typed pages (carbon).

Scope and Content Note

Medicinal and good luck formulae and narratives; cf. material in Items 146.1.6 and 146.1.7
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174 Karok field notes. [Note 209] Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 407 typed pages (carbon). [In three folders.]

Scope and Content Note

Includes a typed manuscript (carbon) of ethnological notes from informants Mary Ike and Mamie Offield, collected by Sara M. Schenck, 1939.

Note

Arranged alphabetically by subject [from "Adhesives and Pigments" to "World Renewal Ceremonies"].
Reel 175-181

175 Karok field notes. 1940

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 325 typed pages (carbon). [In two folders.]

Note

Arranged alphabetically by subject.
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176 The Indians of the Stanford University region. [Note 210] Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: Manuscript. 12 typed pages (carbon).
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177 The Yavapai or Mohave Apache Indians. [Note 211],. [Note 212] circa 1932

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: Manuscript. 13 typed pages.
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178 Yokuts moieties. [Note 213] Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: Manuscript. 33 typed pages.
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179 Central Miwok shamans. [Note 214] Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 56 pages typed and in longhand.

Scope and Content Note

Data on both shamans and poisoners.
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180 Material for testimony before the California Indian Land Claims Commission. 1954

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 35 typed pages.
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181 Southern Miwok ceremonies. Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: Manuscript. 41 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

In rough draft form; never published.
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182 Words of Yubum Indians, Feather River, California. circa 1901

Creator/Collector: Chever, Edward E.

Physical Description: 5 pages in longhand.

Scope and Content Note

Vocabulary list, probably of Northwestern Maidu. Received by Kroeber and deposited in the Museum [the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology, now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology] Archives in 1901.
Reel 182-186

183 Kowak Eskimo vocabulary, with a letter of explanation dated October 5, 1908 [to Pliny E. Goddard]. [Note 215] 1908

Creator/Collector: Grinnell, Joseph, 1877-1939.

Physical Description: 15 pages in longhand.

Scope and Content Note

Eastern Eskimo dialect as spoken in the Kotzebue Sound region of Northern Alaska. Contains 294 items.
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184 Account of a Maidu Burning Ceremony. [Note 216] 1904

Creator/Collector: Barrett, Samuel A. (Samuel Alfred), 1879-1965.

Physical Description: 37 typed pages (carbon).

Scope and Content Note

Apparently Northwestern Maidu, Butte County.
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185 The Story of Lishdāhā and the Wonderful House. [Note 217] circa 1905

Creator/Collector: Brewer, W. A.

Physical Description: 10 pages in longhand pencil.

Scope and Content Note

A highly embellished, Europeanized version, apparently of a Northwestern Maidu tale, collected by Brewer and sent to Kroeber as a gift. It would seem to have little value or intrinsic authenticity.
Reel 182-186

186 Diegueño field notes. [Note 218] 1907-1908

Creator/Collector: Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1885-1936.

Physical Description: 1 notebook. 252 [232] pages, in pencil and 67 [72] loose sheets, typed and in longhand.

Note

[Items 186.3-186.5 were transferred from the A. L. Kroeber Papers, C-B 925.]
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186.1 Field notebook containing information on dancing, singing, ceremonies, ground painting, funeral ceremonies, games, and toloache circa 1907

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186.2 Notes on Diegueño vocabulary, funeral ceremonies, singing, dancing, ground painting, creation story 1907, undated

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186.3 Notes on Diegueño vocabulary (Campo) [1908]

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186.4 Notes on Diegueño vocabulary (Mesa Verde) [1908]

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186.5 Diegueño field trip expense account

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187 Yavapai ethnographic notes. Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 198 pages.

Scope and Content Note

"Discard from S.E. Yavapai (materials not published, or only in summary)." Includes ethnohistory, geography, genealogy.
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188 Tonto Apache miscellany. Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 14 pages.

Scope and Content Note

Notes gathered during Yavapai field trips; cf. Item 187.
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189 Tachi Yokuts genealogical notes. [Note 219] Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: Notes on moieties. 16 pages.
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190 Notes on Southern Maidu [vocabulary and] geography. 1915

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: Map. 13 pages.
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191 Achomawi and Atsugewi ethnographic miscellany. 1922

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 90 pages. [In two folders.]
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192 Yuki Tattoo designs from Round Valley, California. Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 2 plates.
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193 Uintah Ute terms of relationship from Charlie Mack. 1909

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 4 typed pages.

Scope and Content Note

Obtained during the summer of 1909 at White Rock, Utah.
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194 Miscellany on California Indian kinship systems for comparative work with A. L. Kroeber. Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 30 pages.
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194.1 Southern Maidu (5 pp.)

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194.2 San Lorenzo Costanoan (6 pp.)

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194.3 Plains Miwok from Pleasanton, California (4 pp.)

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194.4 Northern Maidu (3 pp.)

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194.5 Cahuilla from Banning, California (12 pp.)

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195 Miscellaneous Wiyot vocabulary and ethnographic notes. Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 4 pages.
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196 Owens Valley Paiute, Eastern Mono notes. Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 58 pages.

Scope and Content Note

Mostly on genealogy and kinship structure.
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197 California Indian personal names. Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 20 pages.

Scope and Content Note

Washo, Shasta, Northern Yana, Wailaki, Wintu, and Achomawi. Contributions by Edward Sapir, Pliny E. Goddard, and Will C. McKern.
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198 Oceanean kinship systems. 1920

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 86 pages.
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198.1 Data from Tonga, Samoa, Niue, Letogo, Rotuma, Wallis Islands, Cook Islands, Fakaofo, Gilbert Islands

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198.2 Pottery Making in Fiji

Physical Description: (3 typed pp.)
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199 Yana-Yahi vocabulary from Ishi. 1913-1915.

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887- and Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.

Physical Description: 13 pages.

Scope and Content Note

Also a typescript by D. B. Lyon, a local settler, on relations with the Yahi.
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200 Achomawi kinship systems. Undated

Creator/Collector: Angulo, Jaime de.

Physical Description: 33 pages.

Scope and Content Note

Apparently copied out by A. L. Kroeber.
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201 Notes on Kawaiisu kinship. Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 27 unnumbered pages.

Scope and Content Note

Unpublished miscellany.
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202 Notes on Yuma kinship. Undated

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 10 unnumbered pages.
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203 Northern and Central Sierra Miwok field notes. 1917

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-.

Physical Description: 1 notebook. 100 pages (ink).

Scope and Content Note

Ceremonies. [A note on the cover says that the Central Sierra Miwok notes were copied in 1953.]
Reel 204(1)

204 47 notebooks containing field notes. 1935

Creator/Collector: Essene, Frank J., 1908-, compiler.

Scope and Content Note

These original notebooks were added to the Ethnological Documents collection as Item 204 in 1987 by the University Archivist, William M. Roberts. They were not described or indexed in Dale Valory's Finding Aid of 1971, which concluded with Item 203. However, some of the notebooks--those marked with an asterisk (*)--had been wholly or partially copied out and were listed as Items 45-50 of the Ethnological Documents Collection in 1971. These typescripts contain variations when compared to the original notebooks. These variations pertain to vocabulary, expression, style, and tone, including the omission and/or addition of text. In some instances, the stories have been re-ordered in the typescript and have vocabulary notes.
Reel 204(1)

204.1.1* Nomlaki. Informant: Charles Wathen, age 77, on autobiography, dances, doctoring, myths, games, marriage, fishing, wars, mat manufacturing

Physical Description: 99 pages

Note

Collector not identified.
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204.1.2* Ukiah Pomo. Informant: Susie Wathen, age 64, on myths, beginning at page 100

Physical Description: 132 pages

Note

Collector: Clarence Campbell, Pinoleville.
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204.2 Ukiah Pomo. Informant: Susie Wathen on myths

Physical Description: 36 pages

Note

Collector: Clarence Campbell, Pinoleville.
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204.3 * Ukiah Pomo. Informants: Steve Knight, age 50, and John McWhinney, age 79, on myths, creation stories, disposal of the dead

Physical Description: 58 pages

Note

Collector: Lawrence Allen, Ukiah.
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204.4 * Ukiah Pomo. Informant: John McWhinney on games played during time of earth's creation, hunting and fishing rites, dances, myths, biography

Physical Description: 44 pages

Note

Collector: Lawrence Allen, Ukiah.
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204.5 Ukiah Pomo. Informants: Billy Rice, age 80, and Frank Miller, age 50, on biography, myths

Physical Description: 138 pages

Note

Collector: Edgar Jackson, Ukiah.
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204.6 Ukiah Pomo. Informants: Billy Rice and Frank Miller on myths

Physical Description: 136 pages

Note

Collector: Edgar Jackson, Ukiah.
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204.7 Ukiah Pomo. Informants: Billy Rice and Frank Miller on myths

Physical Description: 15 pages

Note

Collector: Edgar Jackson, Ukiah.
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204.8.1 Ukiah Pomo. Informant: Lucy Lewis, age 85, on myths, history, geography, children's games, rites at childbirth, dances, creation story.

Note

Collector not identified.
Reel 204(1)

204.8.2 Lake County Pomo. Informant: Tony Francisco, age 77, on myths

Physical Description: 130 pages

Note

Collector: Taylor Mitchell, Ukiah.
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204.9 Lake County Pomo. Informant: Tony Francisco on myths

Physical Description: 92 pages

Note

Collector: Taylor Mitchell, Ukiah.
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204.10 * Lake County Pomo. Informant: Emily Seegel, age 80, on myths, trade, history, creation stories

Physical Description: 65 pages

Note

Collector not identified (marked S.E.R.A., Covelo).
Reel 204(1)

204.11 * Lake County Pomo. Informant: Emily Seegel on customs, dancing, wars, myths, kinship terms, method of counting

Physical Description: 144 pages

Note

Collector not identified (marked S.E.R.A., Covelo).
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204.12 * Coast Pomo. Informant: Steve Parrish, age 56, on myths, history, wars, marriage, fishing, hunting, laws, cultural items

Physical Description: 188 pages

Note

Collector not identified (marked Steve Parrish, Pt. Arena).
Reel 204(2)

204.13 * Coast Pomo. Informants: Maggie Reebe, age 80, and Andrew White, age 45, on history, marriage, death rites, shamans, gambling, lucky symbols, games

Physical Description: 56 pages

Note

Collector: Ella White, revised by Elizabeth Riggins.
Reel 204(2)

204.14 * Coast Pomo. Informants: Harvey James, age 40, and Andrew White on myths, history, dance, word list, foods, shamans' functions

Physical Description: 43 pages

Note

Collector not identified; revised by Elizabeth Riggins.
Reel 204(2)

204.15 * Coast Pomo. Informants: Harvey James and Andrew White on shamans' functions, history, war, fishing, rites in building a sweathouse

Physical Description: 64 pages

Note

Collector not identified; revised by Elizabeth Riggins.
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204.16 * Hopland Pomo. Informant: Jeff Joaquin, age 89, on history, myths

Physical Description: 56 pages

Note

Collector: Miriam (?) J. Langley, Ukiah.
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204.17 * Hopland Pomo. Informant: Jeff Joaquin on autobiography, dances, customs

Physical Description: 53 pages

Note

Collector: Miriam (?) J. Langley, Ukiah.
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204.18 Hopland Pomo. Informant: Jeff Joaquin on autobiography, superstitions, history

Physical Description: 38 pages

Note

Collector: Miriam (?) J. Langley, Ukiah.
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204.19 Little Lake Pomo. Informant: Leland Fulwiders, age 50, on myths, games, lucky emblems, hunting

Physical Description: 64 pages

Note

Collector not identified, Covelo.
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204.20.1 * Redwood Valley Pomo. Informant: Lulu Johnson, age 60, on myths

Note

Collector: Hank Johnson, Covelo.
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204.20.2 * Wailaki. Informant: Nancy Dobey, age 80, on creation story

Physical Description: 44 pages

Note

Collector: Hank Johnson, Covelo.
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204.21 * Wailaki. Informant: Nancy Dobey on creation story, myths

Physical Description: 73 pages

Note

Collector: Wilsey McLane, Covelo.
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204.22 * Wailaki. Informant: Nancy Dobey on myths

Physical Description: 15 pages

Note

Collector: Wilsey McLane, Covelo.
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204.23 Wailaki. Informant: Lucy Young, age 90, on religion, creation story, myths

Physical Description: 52 pages

Note

Collector: Sam Young (?).
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204.24 Wailaki. Informant: Mary Major, age 86, on myths

Physical Description: 48 pages

Note

Collector: Wilda Ward, Hulls Valley.
Reel 204(3)

204.25  Wailaki. Informant: John Duncan, age 67, a Wintun living among the Wailaki, on history, biography, customs

Physical Description: 15 pages

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