Collected among the Santa Ana and Silla Indians of New Mexico, of the Qqera linguistic family, in October 1887 by Col. James Stevenson; transliterated into the Bureau of Ethnology linguistic alphabet by Albert S. Gatschet.
Note on page 2: "The informants of Col. James Stevenson were Jose Montoya of Santa Ana pueblo and the Governor of Silla (Cia, Zia, Sillana, pronounced Sia), Jose Mokino, his Indian name being Kayitiwa. The dialects of both pueblos are identical, and belong to the Qqera stock. Revised with 3-4 other Indians of the same dialect."
NAA MS 507-a
See also Bureau of American Ethnology Manuscript 499, Gatschet, Notebook, Santa Ana and Silla vocabulary of James Stevenson, pages 45-62. The orthography of the latter vocabulary differs from that of Number 507-a, and may be a direct transcript from Stevenson, before transliteration by Gatschet.