Includes acssociated notes and correspondence, 100 pages. Manuscript has extensive pencil and red ink editing by F, W. Hodge, Ethnologist-in-Charge, Bureau of American Ethnology, and some pencil notations by Paul C. Standley, Assistant Curator, Division of Plants, U. S. National Museum.
Contents: Associated notes and correspondence (100 pages): Folder Number 1. Correspondence between Hodge and Stevenson regarding the manuscript. Washington, D. C. and Espanola, New Mexico. May 25, 1912-December 16, 1912. Typescript, typescript carbon copy and Manuscript letter signed. 20 pages. Folder Number 2. Pages of text evidently omitted by Hodge from the manuscript prior to publication. 20 pages (14 pages, Typescript carbon copy document, labled, "Dec. 18 Last copy sent in," found separate from the rest of the manuscript, were inserted where they belonged according to the published manuscript--SHM..) Folder Number 3. "List of Plants collected in New Mexico by Mrs M. C. Stevenson." November 21, 1910. Typescript and Manuscript document. 10 pages, and 2 untitled lists (edited) of the same plants, one incomplete, 8 and 2 pages. (30 pages total.) Folder Number 4. Miscellaneous notes and letters, some of which appear to have no direct bearing on the manuscript. Typescript and Manuscript document. 11 pages and 5 slips.
This letter was found with manuscript 2031, to which it is not related except that a description of the letter manuscript has been written on the back in the hand of J. N. B. Hewitt. What manuscript was transmitted with the Ransom letter is unknown. There is no mention of it in the 27th Annual Report, Bureau of American Ethnology.
NAA MS 4545
On January 12, 1959 Mr Jameson reported checking the press copy book of letters sent for the period from May 11 to the first week in June without finding a copy of any letter of acknowledgement by Hodge.
Manuscript 4545, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Zuni-English vocabulary, in handwriting of A.S. Gatschet, many with notes by F. W. Hodge, signed "H". Not in alphabetical order. About 20 slips are clipped together with a note in Gatschet's hand: "words with corrections by Cushing's hand. (The same slips also include corrections by Hodge.)
Consists of cards with bibliographic data, Library of Congress call slips, notes, and a brief bibliograph on a Bureau of American Ethnoloyg letterhead. Most of the notes are in either the handwriting of Hodge or that of Leary and the LC call slips and a few notes have Leary's name of them.
Contents: Notes by Hodge on sources for illustrations; original pen and ink drawings; photos made from, or duplicating, Bureau of American Ethnology negatives. These duplicates are expendable; they mostly show what pictures Hodge planned to use. A fourth category of original prints for which Bureau of American Ethnology has no negatives has been withdrawn (1954) so that the pictures may be filed in the Bureau of American Ethnology original print series according to tribe, and may thus be easily located when needed.
NAA MS 2894
Bulletins, Bureau of American Ethnology -- Bulletin 30 Search this
Manuscript 2894, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Indians of North America -- Southern States Search this
Scope and Contents:
Includes: Smithsonian Institution Ethnologist-in-Charge, F.W. Hodge's letter of appreciation to P.J. Dempsey, Chief-Clerk, War Department for the above vocabulary. March 3, 1915. Carbon typescript letter. 1 page. Recorded in printed form, "Words And Forms Of Speech Prepared With A View To Obtain Their Equivalents In Various Indian Dialects," with approximately 170 entries. The form is printed in England.
NAA MS 1759
Words and Forms of Speech Prepared with a View to Obtain their equivalents In various Indian dialects
American Anthropological Association Committee on the Nomenclature of Indian Linguistic Families Search this
American Indians -- language families -- nomenclature Search this
Indians of North America -- Languages -- nomenclature Search this
Scope and Contents:
Included are the principles by which the names were selected and a list of the "present systematic names"; the recommended names; and remarks about the choice. Only American Indian language families north of Mexico are included.
Biographical / Historical:
The committee was appointed on August 31, 1905. Hodge was its chairman. He reported at the annual meeting in December 1906. The AAA ordered the report printed and submitted to members for criticism.