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.
Reply to inquiry about burial places of certain Iroquois men: Red Jacket, Farmer's Brother. Pollard, Young King, Big Kettle, Little Billy, White Chief. Gives Indian name but no information re burial site except for Red Jacket. "...will write...again"
Biographical / Historical:
This was probably preliminary to the reburial of Red Jacket and other chiefs (mentioned in Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 30, II, 363 and Buffalo Historical Society Publications, Volume III, 1885) in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo. October 9, 1884.
NAA MS 416
O. H. Marshall was the author of "The Niagara Frontier", Buffalo, 1865; and "The First Visit of De La Salle to the Senecas made in 1669." Buffalo, 1874. -MCB 10-57
Includes: Prevention of smallpox, scarlatina, and other contagious diseases; ku-ne' -hra-ye-nen; ka-ne-sen'-the; na't-ken-hya'-ks-ru-nrn-hru'; Tree of language (Tuscarora); Fire; Cats; Medicine notes; John Foxe's seventy dollar medicine; child bed; diarrhea; dropsy; black jaundice; asthma; love potion; age of puberty; A-ku-tren'-we; A-tu-ta-ho'.