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Athapaskan language lesson, 1967 [sound recording]

National Anthropological Archives

Two sermons in the Aztec Indian language

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Purchased by the Bureau from F.L. Cook, 717 Alameda Street, Vallejo, California, for 50 dollars (May, 1930).

Texts in the Cherokee language, from Revelation

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No trans. In Mr. Hewittʹs hand.

A Grammar...of the Ponka Language 1877 ?

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Microfilm reel # 5.

Digital surrogates are available online.

Old number 1523 (complete). Page xiii-old number 1236 (part). Pages 151-152 - old number 926 (part). Page 153- old number 1265 (part).

autograph document

Includes 3 pages of notes by J. N. B. Hewitt, May, 196.

Notes on the Potawatomi language September 1941

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Material recorded while Halpern and his wife (Mary Fujii) were visiting Philleo Nash and his wife in Wisconsin Rapids.

Received from Mrs. Philleo Nash, August, 1992.

Includes English-Potawatomi word lists and sentences.

Portrait of Tendoi Demonstrating Sign Language n.d

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Black and white photoprint

Portrait of Tendoi Demonstrating Sign Language n.d

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Portrait of Tendoi Demonstrating Sign Language n.d

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Black and white photoprint

Miscellaneous language notes, mostly Seneca; word lists

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Digital surrogates are available online.

Digitization and preparation of these materials for online access has been funded through generous support from the Arcadia Fund.

Portrait of Tendoi Demonstrating Sign Language n.d

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Black and white photoprint

Portrait of Tendoi Demonstrating Sign Language n.d

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Black and white photoprint

General Hugh L. Scott Gesturing in Sign Language n.d

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Digital surrogate produced from reference copy print

Black and white photoprint

General Hugh L. Scott Gesturing in Sign Language n.d

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Digital surrogate produced from reference copy print

Black and white photoprint

Vocabulary of the Hailtzuk or Belbella language of Millbank's Sound

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Obtained at Victoria from 'Capt. Stewart,' a Belbella Indian, April, 1859.

Another copy of this vocabulary by Gibbs in Manuscript Number 227, part 7, pages [40-42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54].

Man (Lean Wolf ?) in Partial Native Dress, Making Sign Language Gesture 1880

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Black and white photoprint

Man (Lean Wolf ?) in Partial Native Dress, Making Sign Language Gesture 1880

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Black and white photoprint

Pal-li-ga-wo-nap Language, compared with Paiute of Nevada November, 1875

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In printed Smithsonian vocabulary form Number 170.

Four hymns in the Dhegiha language 1870s ?

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Microfilm reel # 4.

Digital surrogates are available online.

Digitization and preparation of these materials for online access has been funded through generous support from the Arcadia Fund.

Gift of Mrs Virginia Lightfoot Maclean, through RDM, 8/67.

typescript document

Contents: "Nearer to Thee," Holy, Holy, Holy !," "Hold the Fort," and an untitled hymn.

Man in Native Dress (Son of the Star ? or Rushing Bear ?) Showing Sign Language Gesture 1880

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Black and white photoprint

Man in Native Dress (Son of the Star ? or Running Bear ?) Showing Sign Language Gesture 1880

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Black and white photoprint

[Making dictaphone records of language and songs of the Cuna, in the Smithsonian Institution] 1924

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Reproduced, Frances Densmore, "Study of Tule Music," SMC 77:11 Plate 2, 1926

Truman Michelson notes on Hidatsa language, 1912 January 24

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Digital surrogates are available online.

Digitization and preparation of these materials for online access has been funded through generous support from the Arcadia Fund.

See MS 2703 for his other linguistic notes that he gathered at Carlisle Indian Industrial School.

Title changed from "Hidatsa terms used by female Ego for my mother, my father, and my younger brother January 24, 1912" 4/17/2014.

Single page of handwritten Hidatsa linguistic notes from Truman Michelson's research on Algonquian languages at Carlisle Indian Industrial School. These brief notes, which include Hidatsa terms used by female for "my mother," "my father," and "my younger brother," were obtained from Ruth Packineau, a 14 year old student. Michelson describes the language as "Siouxan Gros Ventre" in his notes.
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