Letter of November 14, 1856 (Manuscript Number 181-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 Umpqua or Kallawatsett [Manuscript Number 958], and the Alseya [Manuscript Number 955-a], also the Umpquah proper [Manuscript Number 193-a]."
Gibbs' notes in his hand from Lieuts. George Crook and W. B. Hazen, and Dr J. I. Milhau. Also draft of another manuscript (incomplete ?) in author's hand, 9 pages. Copy of Manuscript in another hand, 9 pages. Tribes included: "Clat sops (Klaat-sop), a band of Chinooks"; Tilamookhs of Nsietshawns (Hale); Ya-Konah and Alseya; Kalawatsets and Coos; Klik atats of Willamette valley traded with coast Indians; Too-too-tin or Too-toat-nie= Rogue River Indians; Smith's River Indians.
NAA MS 196-a
Manuscript 196-a, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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