Includes the following: 1. Article on the Seven Ancient Cities on the cliffs of Arizona, in Major Powell's handwriting (incomplete). 10 pages. 2. Notes on method of dealing with the Indian (incomplete)- 7 pages in Major Powell's handwriting. 3. Notes on Pueblos, their customs, industries, etc. Very blurred letter-press copy, handwritten, no date. 6 pages. 4. Historical notes on the villages of the Southwest. 8 pages. Major Powell's handwriting ? 5. Copy of letter (typewritten) to Hon. H. M. Teller, U. S. Senate, dated February 1880, embodying a report on the Uinta Reservation of Utah Territory. 7 pages. Also carbon copy, incomplete. Same as Ute # 3751; removed to this file. 6. Notes on social organization in general. 14 pages. 7. Bibliographical notes on the Hopi (Shinumo), Zuni, Keres, and Tewan. 7 pages. 8. Testimony of Major Powell before Comm. on Indian Affairs January 13, 1874 ? (incomplete) 57 pages. 9. Paper read before the Philosophical Society, Washington, D. C. 1874. (late in April or early in May). 22 pages.
NAA MS 4024-g
Examined by Don Fowler, 1/68.
The following item 5 Copy of letter to Hon. H. M. Teller is restricted; needs repair, 1954. MCB.
This collection is comprised of two pencil drawings depicting land markings along the Colorado River valley, south of Yuma and adjacent to several Cocopa villages, and one pencil drawing depicting face markings on Cocopa men and women. Each drawing measures approximately 11 x 15 inches and dates from circa 1900.