Recorded in schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages. Some Hitchiti or Mikasuki terms (in the Creek alphabet) have been added in another handwriting in the second column on page 77-80, and a Tuscarora word is added in an A. note by J. N. B. Hewitt on page 81.
Manuscript 3536, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
2590-A Original formulae in Cherokee syllabary from the Gadigwanasti (Belt) manuscript. 186 formulae in ledger book, , 1-119 pages; and 94 formulae on loose sheets, 65 pages numbered 100-164. [See also Pilling, Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 6, page 163] Laminated 1964 & bound at 2 volumes. **Negative microfilm on file.
2590-b Transliterations and translations by Mooney, of 43 formulae from the Gadigwanasti (Belt) manuscript. 1-96 pages handwritten.
2590-c Transliterations and translations by Mooney, of 96 formulae mainly from the Ayuini (Swimmer) manuscript, with extensive notes and interpretations. 1-264 pages.
Manuscript 2590, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Holmes, 20th AR, Bureau of American Ethnology, page 53, 56, mentions Mooney's 1888- or 1890 visit to Cherokee, and prints information received from Mooney re Cherokee pottery making. Gives names of three Cherokee women potters as Uhyunli, 75 years of age, Katalsta, about 85 years of age, and Ewi Katalsta, daughter of the last named, about 50 years old.
Woman at right is Katalsta, daughter of Yanaguski, "Drowning Bear," head chief of the East Cherokee about 1838. Information from caption of this photo, reproduced in Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections (right half only), 63:8 (SI-EEW for 1913), figure 60, page 62, "Among the East Cherokee Indians of North Carolina." (re Mooney's field work).
Right half only - reproduced in Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 63:8 (SI-EEW for 1913), figure 60, page 62 re Mooney's field work
Negative 1033, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution