MS 191-a: Note in hand of Milhau: "...this language was spoken by nearly all the Indians who formerly occupied the valley of the Umpqua east of the Coast Range and is very similar to that spoken on the Headwaters of the Coquille."
MS 191-b: Two copies by George Gibbs of John J. Milhau's Upper Umpqua vocabulary. Consists of 1 literal copy, 6 pages, and 1 transliterated copy, 6 pages.
NAA MS 193
Letter of November 14, 1856 (Manuscript Number 191-a) states: "I enclose you herewith vocabularies of the Indian languages spoken between Cape Arago and Cape Foulweather viz the Coose Bay [Manuscript Number 191-a] lower Umpque or Kallawatsett [Manuscript Number 958], and the Alseya [Manuscript Number 955-a], also the Umpqua proper [Manuscript Number 193-a].
Note in hand of G. Gibbs: "The real Tinne-Umpqua."