The maps shows the scenis Ise area which is comprised of the sea coast of Shima peninsula and Ago Bay, now called Ise Shima Kokuritsu Kōen (National Park). Prominently identified are the celebrated mountains and Shinto shrines, including Naiku, the most venerated of all Ise Shirnes. It is said to have been build four years before Christ and contains the sacred mirror, one of the imperial emblems.
NAA MS 7419
NAA INV 10000080
Former Title or Title Variations:
Ise Asama-yama ryokan jūhattei yori jūhasshū ichibō no zu
Data furnished by Chang-su Houchins, of the Department of Anthropology. She consulted E. Papinot, Nistorical and Geographical DI tionary of Japan, 1948, and Niho Kokugo Daijiten (Encyclopaedia of the Japanese Language), 1978.
Includes biographical data on Yellow Horse, Northern Oglala, and the murder of John Richard, Jr., Autograph document signed, 7 pages. "A Prayer of the Lakota" (poem), Typescript document 1 page. "Tepee Creek Legend, Carbon typescript, 1 page. Ten letters from Valentine T. McGillycuddy to William Garnett, one from Garnett to McGillycuddy, Carbon typescript, 17 pages. (published in mimeographed form in pamphlet entitled "Odds and Ends" by Fred Hackett, Chicago, Illinois, ca. 1950?). Photograph captioned "Yellow Horse, Northern Oglala."
Stories in Piegan Blackfoot with English translations collected by Truman Michelson. The narratives are from dictaphone recordings by various Blackfoot speakers including Henry No Bear, Black Bear, Big Moon, Bear Medicine, and George Pablo. Michelson had David C. Duvall, another Blackfoot speaker, listen to the recordings. Most of the texts are transcriptions of the stories as redictated by Duvall and some include his English interlineal translations. Also present are notes on vocabulary from the stories.
NAA MS 2823
Title changed from "Piegan Blackfoot texts, apparently myths most with free translations June-July, 1910" 4/2/2014.
Michelson's wax cylinder recordings are at the Library of Congress American Folklife Center.
Shows ships in rough seas (one swamped) and bearded men in boat. Ships and boat fly French tricolor. A narrative caption in upper left corner gives account of the battles at Tonkin, Fuzhou [Foo-Chow], and elsewhere which led to the defeat of China and the signing of the Treaty of Tientsin in 1884.
Biographical / Historical:
Published by Yokoyama Ryōhei, Tokyo, 1884
NAA MS 7431
NAA INV 10000088
Former Title or Title Variations:
Shim-Butsu sensō suirai-ka no zu
Data furnished by Chang-su Houchins, Department of Anthropology.
Three handwritten Piegan Blackfoot stories in English, collected by Truman Michelson in Montana in 1910. Contents: "The Beaver-Bundle," by George Pablo. July 13, 1910. 35 pages; Concerning the buffalo drive (piskan), by Mountain Chief (interpreter, David C. Duvall). June 22, 1910. 3 pages; "The woman who turned into a bear," by Mrs. Julie White Swan. June 23, 1910. 13 pages.
Includes: 1) Mike Harrison playing the bamboo flute (2) John Williams, song of medicine man Mike Nelson (3) Harrison, song for mountain spirit dance (4) Williams, song of Jim Mucket for cloud (5) Harrison, song of medicine man Job Urki (6) Harrison, snake song (7) Williams, song of Mike Nelson (with drum) (8) Williams, song of medicine man Tom Jones (9) Williams, song of medicine man Haikoto (10) Williams, song for dance entertainment (11) Harrison, Snake Song (12) Harrison, song of his father, medicine man Okanya (13) Harrison, song of his father (14) Harrison, song used to call rain (15) Williams, song of his grandmother for 1840s (16) Williams, curing song of medicine man J. Mukot (17) Williams, song of Pakakya (18) Williams, song of Ire Urki.
23 Items (looseleaf binders of text and photographs )
2,000 Items (35 mm color slides )
1959, June 23-November 25, 1960, May-June, 1962, [and ca. 1965]
Scope and Contents:
Includes two archeological reports made in May-June, 1962, by Won-Yong Kim and Erika Kanedo, (not a part of the Ryukyu Culturak Survey itself); textile samples; and a tape recording of linguistic material from the Southern Ryukyus, as well as the mounted and captioned photographs and the color slide collection from the Survey. Each volume has a list of contents and the corresponding sections are marked off with dividers.
The volumes received in National Anthropological Archives were unnumbered but carried titles that correspond in most cases to those given in a list sent by George Kerr to Eugene Knez, November 1, 1961. The numbers from that list have been applied to the National Anthropological Archives volumes with the same titles.
Notes and texts collected by Truman Michelson during his field work among the Piegan Blackfoot in Montana in 1910. The materials consist primarily of stories in English and ethnographic notes covering topics such as Crazy Dog society, Sun Dance, and other ceremonies and societies. There are also notes on Piegan vocabulary and Chippewa Sun Dance and Medicine Dance. Michelson obtained information from various people, including David Duvall, who also served as an interpreter; Mountain Chief; George Pablo; Little Young Man; Norah Thomas; James Vielle; and Julie White Swan.
NAA MS 2827
Title changed from "Field notes concerning Piegan Blackfoot ethnography, including ceremonials and societies, with some linguistic notes June-July, 1910" 5/13/2014.
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Scope and Contents:
Also includes Cherokee history notes; Journal of John Barnwell, Virginia; Miami words from French Traveler of 1804 (this is only a bibliographic reference to Volney-View The Climate and Soil of the U. S. 1804). Ball game (Alonzo de Zurita (Zorita, Corita, etc.), Madrid, 1909; reference to Cherokee map drawn on deerskin (British Museum); Note on Mondongachate (Moneton Indians ?); Creek customs (Travels in North America, in 1827-8 by Captain Basil Hall, R.N.); memorandum re. "double axe question" and specimens from Georgia and North Carolina from Allen Godbey, Durham, North Carolina (1936); Appamatoc sites at Bermuda Hundred and Swift Creek, noted by Charles Edgar Gilliam, Petersburg, Virginia; note on the Arkansas from Narrative of Douey, in Shea, Discovery and Exploration of the Mississippi River; note on the Taensa villages, La Salle, etc., with excerpt from Tonti (Margry); excerpt from A Description of Carolana, by Col. Daniel Coxe (French Historical Collections, Louisiana, 1850, re. Arkansas Indians, and the Ouesperies; reference to Mississippi River tribes, from Tonti, in French Historical Collections, Louisiana, 1846.
A poem, in German, 17 stanzas, entitled "Makh-Piya-Luta" (Red Cloud), composed by a cousin of a friend named Alfred Klaking, once head draughtsman of Hydrographic Office. 2 pages. Letter from Andrew Lang, the author, dated February 6, (?), re. clans; mentions the Massim of New Guinea, the Tlingit, etc. (difficult to decipher). Excerpt from report ...of the Scots Society...who visited the Oneida and Mohekunuh Indians in 1796 (published in Collections Massachusetts Historical Society, 1st Series), re. plight of the educated Indian and his inability to adjust himself to either whites or to his own family and Indian environment. A map of "Environs du Fort D'Orleans", published by Missouri River Commission. (Pub. notice of "La Decouverte du Missouri et L'Histoire du Fort D'Orleans, by Baron Marc De Villers).
The Story of the Human Race. Notes for Lecture. 1916. (Sketches Nos. I and IX Missing) 2. Bearing of Archeological Evidence on the Place of Origin and on the Question of the Unity or Plurality of the American Race. 1912. 3. Art in Stone. Lithic Art in History. 4. Stone Age Among Eastern and Northern Tribes. 5. The Place of Archeology in Human History. 1915. 6. American Archeology. Prepared for the International Cyclopedia. 1913. 7. Dr. Holmesʹ Letter to Colonel Sherrill, April 29, 1925 concerning erection of bronze copy of the Piney Branch Quarry group. One illustration. 8. The Great Lesson of the Quarry Shops. 9. The End of Paleolithic Man in America, 1889-1894.
10. America and the Far East. 11. Paper on trans-oceanic contacts. (First six pages of this article missing.) 12. The American Man and his Culture. 13. Handbook of Aboriginal American Antiquities. Preface and table of Contents. (Volume left unfinished with Mr. Judd, Bulletin 60, pt. 2)
14. Report to Dr. Langley suggesting archeological explorations. 1904. 15. The Story of our Local Aborigines, Historic and Prehistoric. (Lecture for museum course, 1918-19.) 16. Sites of Aboriginal Occupation. (Local) 17. On the Race History and Facial Characteristics of the Aboriginal Americans. (Taken from Art and Archeology, and incomplete.) 18. An Adventure with the Indians. 1875. 19. Letter of W. H. Jackson to W. H. Holmes, Fort Defiance, Arizona Territory, April 27, 1877. Re issue of cattle to the Navajo Indians and other matters. -- Miscellaneous scraps.
NAA MS 4695
Photographs filed separately; see separate catalog entry under Photos, 4695 (part).