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Three Mohave vocabularies

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Creator:
Mowry, Sylvester Lt
Heintzelman Major
Copyist:
Gibbs, George
Informant:
Catman, Olive
Physical description:
37 pages
Culture:
Mohave Indians
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Archival materials
Collection descriptions
Summary:
Contents: 1. Ham-mock-ha-vi [vocabulary], by Major Heintzelman. No date. 6 pages. 2. Mohave [vocabulary], by Lt. Mowry. No date. 6 pages. Recorded in Comparative Vocabulary. Copied by George Gibbs. Informant: Olive Catman, a five year captive of the Mohave. 3. Comparative vocabulary of Mohave and Humokhavi. No date. 13 pages. Recorded in Department of Interior Comparative Vocabulary. Copied by Gibbs. Mohave contents from Manuscripts 819-a and 1042.
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Manuscript 1135, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Topic:
Language and languages--Documentation
Local number:
NAA MS 1135
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Mohave, Yuman Family September, 1886

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Creator:
Ruby, Charles
Informant:
Lyon, Jim
Physical description:
2 pages
Culture:
Mohave Indians
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Archival materials
Collection descriptions
Date:
September, 1886
Summary:
Brief Mohave vocabulary.
Cite as:
Manuscript 1118, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Topic:
Language and languages--Documentation
Local number:
NAA MS 1118
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Mohave sentences, personal names, names of constellations, and other notes on the Mohave language 1874, 1875

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Creator:
Lowe, Oscar
Physical description:
8 pages
Culture:
Mohave astronomy
Mohave personal names
Mohave language
Type:
Archival materials
Collection descriptions
Date:
1874, 1875
Cite as:
Manuscript 819-c, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Topic:
Names, personal--Mohave
Astronomy--Mohave
Language and languages--Documentation
Local number:
NAA MS 819-c
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Mohave vocabulary ca. 1890's and 1900

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Creator:
Syke ?
Transcriber:
Harrington, John Peabody 1884-1961
Physical description:
5 pages
Culture:
Mohave Indians
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Archival materials
Collection descriptions
Date:
ca 1890s and 1900
Summary:
Consists of an original Mohave vocabulary (3 pages) and a two page typescript. Original has "Copied from Mr Syke's Note" written at the top of the first page, with "Dr Fewkes, 1900" added in a different hand. Typescript titled "Copied From Mr Syke's Mojave Notes. Dr Fewkes. 1900." Transcription done by J. P. Harrington.
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Manuscript 4725, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Topic:
Language and languages--Documentation
Local number:
NAA MS 4725
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Mohave and Waicuri linguistic notes

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Creator:
Hewitt, J. N. B (John Napoleon Brinton) 1859-1937
Physical description:
19 pages
Culture:
Waicuri
Type:
Archival materials
Collection descriptions
Summary:
Contains vocabulary items and grammar notes on Mohave. The Mohave material may be derived from the text of Manuscript 2071.
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Manuscript 403, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Topic:
Language and languages--Documentation
Local number:
NAA MS 403
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Some words and phrases of the Mohave Indians of the Colorado River 1894

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Creator:
Haverstick, J. E
Physical description:
6 pages
Culture:
Mohave Indians
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Archival materials
Collection descriptions
Date:
1894
Summary:
Contains 99 items of general vocabulary, Mohave-English. Explains spelling system used.
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Manuscript 1045, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Topic:
Language and languages--Documentation
Local number:
NAA MS 1045
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John Peabody Harrington papers: Mohave, 1907-circa 1914, 1946-circa 1957

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Creator:
Harrington, John Peabody 1884-1961
Subject:
Henderson, Junius 1865-1937
Robbins, Wilfred William 1884-1952
Physical description:
33 boxes
Culture:
Mohave Indians
Chemehuevi Indians
Cocopa Indians
Havasupai Indians
Hualapai Indians
Maricopa Indians
Yuma Indians
Yuman Indians
Indians of North America California
Type:
Field notes
Vocabulary
Date:
1907
1907-1957
1907-circa 1914, 1946-circa 1957
Notes:
As a teacher of modern languages at Santa Ana High School in California (1906-1909), John P. Harrington spent his vacations studying Mohave and Yuma in Needles and Yuma, California. Working with a young Mohave woman in Needles in 1907, Mohave was the first Indian language that he ever recorded.
From 1909 until 1915, when he joined the Bureau of American Ethnology, Harrington held various positions with the Museum of the University of New Mexico and the School of American Archaeology, based mainly in Santa Fe. Along with work in other indigenous languages and cultures, he pursued his Mohave studies in Lincolnia, Cottonia, Needles, and Fort Mohave. The focus was on Mohave with ethnographic references to Yuma, Maricopa, Cocopa, Havasupai, and Walapai.
Under the auspices of the Bureau of American Ethnology, the School of American Archaeology, and the University of Colorado, he was ethnologist for a Mohave Valley expedition undertaken in March and April 1911, in conjunction with Junius Henderson and W. W. Robbins. Henderson identified the botanical life of the Mohave Valley and Robbins the zoological.
According to field notes and reports, the years 1910 and 1911 were the most productive ones for this first period of accumulation of Mohave data. Harrington worked with a number of people who spoke Mohave and Chemehuevi, resulting in numerous comparative references. Among the many Mohave speakers, Lee Irving (abbreviated L. I.), Mr. Edgar (Rev. Edgar), Ferd Wagner (Mr. Ferd), and Peter Dean (Peter) contributed substantially. Harrington primarily worked with Wagner in 1907. Edward H. Davis accompanied him on various placename trips and apparently advised him on the collection of artifacts. Financial records indicate that he spent about six weeks in Needles in late spring, 1914, collecting objects for the Panama-California Exposition.
A second period of endeavor commenced in 1946 with new recordings from Hal Davidson (Hal), Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewis, George Turner, and Russell. Returning from the field to Washington, D.C., in 1947, Harrington compiled a variety of notes on historical events and interfiled some of his earlier material. The physical arrangement indicates an interest in drafting a paper on Mohave culture, more ethnographic than linguistic.
Summary:
This subseries of the Southern California/Basin series contains John P. Harrington's research on Mohave.
Harrington organized his early linguistic and ethnographic notes into more than eighty categories, covering a broad spectrum of Mohave culture from daily practices to mythological and religious beliefs. The variety of content and order of arrangement are encyclopedic. Most of the material is original data from numerous native speakers. Animal and plant notes are also filed in this section. Notes on these topics stem from the Mohave Valley Expedition made with Henderson and Robbins. A typescript of Henderson's report precedes the botanical notes and one by Robbins precedes the zoological notes.
The semantic slipfile consists of data from the original field notes rewritten on slips and arranged in thirteen semantic divisions. Some new information provided by Irving and Wagner was inserted. Material relative to other Yuman tribes is included and almost all categories contain some inextricably interwoven Chemehuevi data which were originally provided by Chemehuevi speakers Jack Jones, John Pete, William Johnson, and Patty Smith. In most instances, the Chemehuevi equivalences are clearly marked. Information on kinship is relatively substantial.
Two Mohave notebooks are also present. One contains vocabulary and texts credited to "Mr. Edgar, Needles, Cal." The other is a packet of loose pages evidently removed from a notebook covering random linguistic and ethnographic data.
Another section consists of a small set of grammar notes arranged under such headings as language, phonology, and morphology. Some notes apparently were taken as early as 1907 and were transferred to slips in 1910 and 1911.
The section of miscellaneous notes on Yuman languages contains Yuma, Cocopa, and Walapai field notebooks. They are principally ethnographic and are difficult to read. Unrelated small groups of notes include Mohave, Yuma, Maricopa, Havasupai, and Walapai ethnographic data, probably provided by Joe Homer. There are lecture notes and students' papers probably from one of the courses which Harrington gave at the University of Colorado. Three small groups of slips include a list of Yuman clan names and a series of excerpts from a Yuman notebook which has not been located. The third is a copy of some Yavapai terms supplied by Barbara Freire-Marreco.
Late linguistic and ethnographic notes contain what appears to be the first draft of a manuscript on Mohave culture. Such subjects as sociology, religion and mythology, physical and mental characteristics, the Mohave universe, warfare, and design are covered. A variety of notes on historical events and on the geographic, political, and economic life of the Needles area was compiled from published sources and correspondence with the Bureau of Indian Affairs and with Indian Agency superintendents. The focus is on Mohave with some general Yuman references. The material has evidently undergone several reorganizations and notes from informants of the earlier period are interfiled. New linguistic and ethnographic information was supplied principally by Hal Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis, and Russell. Comparative terms appear in Yuma, Maricopa, Chemehuevi, and Paiute. Kroeber apparently lent Harrington some of his personal manuscripts, and information from this source is introduced as "Kr. notes." Correspondence with Charles Battye and excerpts from his scrapbooks in the possession of the Needles Public Library are also contained among these notes.
Another section consists of notes and drafts on material culture. They are arranged alphabetically and predominantly ethnographic. Notes came from the earlier period and such 1946 informants as Davidson and the Lewises. George Turner contributed numerous placenames.
The subseries also contains notes and drafts of tribenames. They represent an attempt to identify ethnic names applied to Yuman and some neighboring non-Yuman tribes. Some of the Mohave names may have been given by bilingual Chemehuevi speakers in July 1946, when Harrington and Murl Emery traveled the Colorado River-Mohave Valley area. A brief typescript follows the notes.
The section of semantically arranged notes consists of small amounts of data on minerals, pigments, fire, plants, animals, hunting, food, and medicine.
The section of late grammatical notes is also small. The notes originated mainly from Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, and Warren McCord. He based some hearings on Kroeber's (1911) "Phonetic Elements of the Mohave Language" and Sapir's (1930) "Southern Paiute Language." He also drew on A. M. Halpern's (1946 and 1947) six monographs on Yuma grammar published in the International Journal of American Linguistics. In the mid-1950s he again turned to Halpern and produced a small section of comparative Yuman terms.
The final section of the subseries consists of miscellaneus notes, including drafts of a paper on Mohave history and culture and another on the Kuchan vocabulary of George H. Thomas.
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Southern California/Basin: Mohave, John Peabody Harrington papers, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Topic:
Mohave language
Yuma language
Chemehuevi language
Cocopa language
Hualapai language
Havasupai language
Maricopa language
Yuman languages
Language and languages--Documentation
Linguistics
Grammar, Comparative and general
Names, Ethnological
Names, Geographical
Ethnology
Ethnobotany
Zoology
Local number:
Accession #1976-95
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Observations on the Indians of the Colorado River, California, by George Gibbs; Accompanying vocabularies of the Yuma and Mohave tribes 1856

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Creator:
Gibbs, George
Informant:
Milhau, John J
Oatman, Olive
Mowry, Sylvester Lt
Physical description:
22 pages
Culture:
Yuma
Mohave Indians
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Maps
Collection descriptions
Date:
1856
Notes:
Gibbs states that his paper is based on data received from Milhau and Mowry; the latter in turn obtained data from Olive Oatman, Apache captive, 1851-55.
Summary:
Includes Gibbs' draft of the same, 3 pages. "Map of the Indian Tribes in the neighborhood of Fort Yuma, Cal.," document 1 page. "Notes on the Indians of the Colorado," by Lieutenant Sylvester Mowry, Third Artillery. Fort Yuma, Calif. March 23, 1856. Autograph document signed. 10 pages including note of transmittal on page 8. (21 pages, total)
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Manuscript 1043, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Local number:
NAA MS 1043
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Comparative vocabulary of "Mohave on the Colorado river at Ft. Mohave;" "Payute of southern Nevada" (northern Paiute); Indians of Inyo and Mono Counties, Calif." (southern Paiute) and "Kauvuya" (Kawia)

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Creator:
Lowe, Oscar
Annotator:
Gatschet, Albert S (Albert Samuel) 1832-1907
Physical description:
16 pages
Culture:
Paiute Indians
Mohave Indians
Kawia
Indians of North America California
Cahuilla Indians
Indians of North America Great Basin
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Archival materials
Collection descriptions
Summary:
In parallel columns on foolscap sheets numbered 1-2, 5-15 in Gatschet's hand. No date. [1874, 1875 13 pages by Loew, with notes by A.S. Gatschet on bottom of page 15 and its reverse.
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Manuscript 819-b, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Topic:
Language and languages--Documentation
Local number:
NAA MS 819-b
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Letter to George Gibbs April 2, 1861

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Creator:
Haller, G. O
Informant:
Iretabah
Addressee:
Gibbs, George
Physical description:
6 pages
Culture:
Mohave astronomy
Type:
Drawings
Collection descriptions
Date:
April 2, 1861
Summary:
Concerns astronomical terminology of the Mohave Indians; enclosing drawing of Mohave constellation Ah-mo, the goat or mountain sheep, based on information from the Mohave chief, Iretabah.
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Manuscript 1208, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Topic:
Astronomy--Mohave
Language and languages--Documentation
Local number:
NAA MS 1208
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Report on the forestry, elevation, rainfall, and drainage of the Colorado Valley, together with an apercu of its principal inhabitants, the Mahhaos Indians October 31, 1877

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Creator:
Tassin, August G Lt. 12th U. S. Infantry
Physical description:
45 pages
8 maps
Culture:
Mohave Indians
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Drawings
Collection descriptions
Maps
Date:
October 31, 1877
Cite as:
Manuscript 1122, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Local number:
NAA MS 1122
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View of Piles of Screw Beans in Field; Pole and Brush Arbor In the Distance 1908

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Creator:
Hrdlička, Aleš 1869-1943
Physical description:
1 photoprint 010 in x 008 in
Culture:
Mohave Indians
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Photographs
Date:
1908
Cite as:
Photo Lot 24 SPC Sw Mohave NAA 4877 02247800, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Local number:
NAA INV 02247800
NAA MS 4877
OPPS NEG 2801H2
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Portrait of Hanyeh (Toad) in Native Dress with Face Paint n.d

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Creator:
Wittick, George Ben
Physical description:
1 photoprint 005 in x 008 in mounted on 005 in x 009 in
Culture:
Mohave Indians
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Photographs
Date:
nd
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Photo Lot 24 SPC Sw Mohave NM 26244 02259300, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Local number:
NAA INV 02259300
OPPS NEG 2801B7
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Boy and Girl in Partial Native Dress and Non-Native Man Outside Pole and Thatch House; Pottery Nearby n.d

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Creator:
Wittick, George Ben
Physical description:
1 photoprint 003 in x 007 in mounted on 003 in x 007 in
Culture:
Mohave Indians
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Photographs
Date:
nd
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Photo Lot 24 SPC Sw Mohave NM 26244 02259500, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Local number:
NAA INV 02259500
OPPS NEG 2801B2 (PART OF)
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Letter to Otis T. Mason March 28, 1892

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Creator:
Allen, George A
Addressee:
Mason, Otis Tufton 1838-1908
Physical description:
3 pages
Culture:
Mohave Indians
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Archival materials
Collection descriptions
Date:
March 28, 1892
Summary:
Describes the construction of sweat houses, with sketches.
Cite as:
Manuscript 7036, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Topic:
Sweat lodges--Mohave
Local number:
NAA MS 7036
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The Mohave Potter, Copyright 19 OCT 1907

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Creator:
Curtis, Edward S. 1868-1952
Physical description:
1 006 in x 008 in mounted on 009 in x 014 in photograph
Culture:
Mohave Indians
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Photographs
Date:
1907
Copyright 19 OCT 1907
Notes:
Title taken from original copyright registration.
Summary:
Mohave woman wearing rabbit skin cape while painting jar with handle shaped like human face.
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NAA INV 03259000, Photo Lot 59, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Local number:
NAA INV 03259000
OPPS NEG 75-11251 ?
OPPS NEG 81-5736
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Drawing of Portrait (Front) of Man n.d

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Physical description:
1 004 in x 006 in mounted on 008 in x 010 in photograph
Culture:
Mohave Indians
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Photographs
Date:
nd
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BAE GN 02801C01 06430300, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Local number:
NAA INV 06430300
OPPS NEG 02801 C01
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Drawing of Portrait (Front) of Man n.d

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Physical description:
1 photograph 008 in x 010 in
Culture:
Mohave Indians
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Photographs
Date:
nd
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BAE GN 02801G 06430400, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Local number:
NAA INV 06430400
OPPS NEG 02801 G
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Drawing of (Portrait) Front of Woman n.d

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Physical description:
1 008 in x 010 in photograph
Culture:
Mohave Indians
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Photographs
Date:
nd
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BAE GN 02801C2/Broken Negative File 06668000, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Local number:
NAA INV 06668000
OPPS NEG 02801 C2
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Group of Four Near Earth Lodge n.d

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Physical description:
1 008 in x 010 in photograph
Culture:
Mohave Indians
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Type:
Photographs
Date:
nd
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BAE GN 02801K/Broken Negative File 06668100, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Local number:
NAA INV 06668100
OPPS NEG 02801 K
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