See the brochure for contents. Speakers include Douglas Henry Ubelaker, Herman J. Viola, Richard Fiske, William Fenton, H. Dempsey, Douglas Parks, Joe Medicine Crow, Mildred Wedel, James Hanson, T. Wessell, J. Gunnerson, D. Gunnerson, Brian Hesse, Loretta Fowler, J. Hotopp, George Frison, D. Gradwohl, and Dennis Stanford. All speakers materials were published except for Uberlaker's, Viola's, and Fiske's opening remarks, Joe Medicine Crow's "The Crow migration story", and D. Gunnerson's "Apachean migration and adaptation" (a slide lecture)
Includes: 1. Correspondence and notes on the eagle dance. Ca. 1937-1951. 2. Plates 1-28, Bull. 156 and figures 1 and 2. 3. (In oversize file) Two original paintings by Ernest Smith, Seneca. Published in Bull. 156 (Copy Negatives 43,792 and 43,792-A) 4. First draft and author's final draft of manuscript. For disposal when Bull. 156 published. Date destroyed: November 9, 1953. 5. Negative of portrait of Will West Long, Cherokee. Sent to Photo Lab for filing Neg. Number 42612. Slides: "The Seneca Eagle Dance." From oil painting in Bureau of American Ethnology Archives by Ernest Smith, Seneca artist of Tonowanda, N.Y. (Reproduced in Fenton, "The Iroquois Eagle Dance," Bureau of American Ethnology Bull. 156, 1953, Pl. 27.) "Dew Eagle dances on the deer." From water color by Ernest Smith, Seneca artist of Tonowanda, N. Y. (Reproduced in Fenton, "The Iroquois Eagle Dance," Bureau of American Ethnology Bull. 156, 1953, Pl. 1)
The material includes 4 tintypes and ambrotypes (on glass) in daguerreotype cases. 1 album containing 34 tintypes and small cardboard pictures. 1 album containing 25 tintypes and small cardboard pictures. Subjects unidentified (no names.) The pictures are mainly by Caledonia, Ontario photographers.
One of the pictures in one of the albums resembles a picture of John Brant Sero, in the Bureau of American Ethnology collection (Mohawk Number 963-a-b).
MS 1517-a J.N.B. Hewitt's typed copy with carbon of MS 2316.
MS 1517-b W.N. Fenton's partial translation of MS 1517-a.
MS 1517-c W.N. Fenton's revised translation deposited to BAE for publication circa 1964.
Contents: 1. Roll Call or Roster of Founders in various versions- notes for 1950 Roll Call paper. 2. Field notes on Roll Call of the Iroquois Pub. Smith. Miscellaneous Collection, volume III, Number 15, 1950. 3. Mnemonics for Condolence Council and Rehersal, 1939-45. Pub. in Roll Call of Iroquois Chiefs, Smith. Miscellaneous Collections, volume III, Number 15, 1950. 4. Illustrations for Roll Call of Founders of the Iroquois League. 5. Correspondence relating to the project.
NAA MS 1659
Previously titled "Texts on Roll Call or Roster of Founders."
Manuscript 1659, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Contents: 1.) Dr Blatchford's address to the Oneida Indians, September 24, 1810. Typescript, 1 page and pencil Manuscript on reverse, 1 page. 2.) Superstitions and Traditions among the Six Nations of the Grand River: Canada/Thunder and Lightning. 2 page typescript written on back of Christmas Pastoral letter, C. of E., 1902, on same typewriter as Number 1. 3.) Unsigned letter in Mohawk script, with translation ["writer possibly Joseph Brant."--Fenton] 12 pages. 4.) Mohawk vocabulary (trees, animals, reptiles, birds). 5 page manuscript and 1 page typescript copy. 4 pages covering correspondence between McIlwraith and Fenton.
Notes on: Proscription following taking the Little Water Medicine (Onondaga text); Josha Buck's list of texts of myths relating to faces (False-faces); text (Acts XVII); Adonwa; Onondaga Bowl Game; footnotes on a text of White Dog Sacrifice (Onondaga); fragment of White Dog Sacrifice announcement (Manuscript by an Indian ?); names of months in Mohawk; note on Handsome Lake. 34 pages miscellaneous. Also text, Medicine and Tobacco, Onondaga, by S. Gibson, 1936/ 5 pages- interlinear by W. N. Fenton. Note to Genesis Story, native, 2 pages.
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Includes separate folders with letters received while on field trips, carbon copies of requests for detail and various personnel matters, for the following: Philip Drucker, William N. Fenton, John Peabody Harrington, Matthew William Stirling, John Reed Swanton, Gordon R. Willey.
NAA MS 4621
Manuscript 4621, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution