Map of South Dakota, and tracing of location of Omaha Village near junction of Split Rock and Big Sioux Rivers, Minnehaha County. Also plat of township number 101, Range number 48. Also 3 plats of townships in Dakota Territory, (1864), Iowa (1859) and Minnesota (1871), each 59 centimeters and plat of Omaha Village near junction of Split Rock and Big Sioux Reservation, Soutn Dakota (2 sheets, 43 centimeters) filed in roll with maps.
NAA MS 2160
Manuscript 2160, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Original draft on U.S. Geological Survey base map, 1 sheet, and tracing cloth overlay with Indian trails only, in red, 1 sheet. Photostat (in 3 sections) of original draft, to which trails have been added in red, 3 sheets. Also section of base map of extreme western part of Virginia with markings, presumably representing trails, in red pencil (partly obliterated) and ink, Archeological map of Tennessee on U.S. Geological Survey draft base map of larger scale than the one referred to above; in two sections. (Found and added 10/63)
NAA MS 1710
Manuscript 1710, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
MS 2918 Letter to Chief of Bureau of American Ethnology enclosing a copy of suggestions with regard to explorations in Mississippi Valley of Tennessee sent by Mr. Meyer to Dr. Clark Wissler, National Research Council
Notes on ancient Omaha town at junction of Split Rock and Big Sioux Rivers, South Dakota; also sketches, about 41 pages in notebook (18 centimeters). Also correspondence; two letters from M.C. Erickson, Brandon, South Dakota, December 1921, and May 1922, relative to stone circles representing camp sites. Also letter from W.H. Over, Vermillion, South Dakota relative to mounds in the vicinity of Brandon, South Dakota.
NAA MS 2161
Manuscript 2161, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Vol. 1. Subject file, A - L. Agriculture, Bannerstoes, Buffalo, Cherokee, Collectors, etc. Extracts from historical sources, notes on specimens in authorʹs and other collections, etc. 200-300 pages, 8 x 6 in. Vol. 2. Subject file, M - Z. Mounds heading includes several site descriptions. 200-300 pages, 8 x 6 in. Vol. 3. Field notes on sites in Tennessee and kentucky. Catalogued 1916. Includes typed sections, at least some of which were note written by Myer, since they refer to "Mr. Myer." 200-300 pages 8 x 6 in.
"Taylorʹs notes; Tennessee trip, November 1915 - January 1916." On flyleaf: "William W. Taylor, Andover, Mass." Catalogued 100 pages 2 1/2 x 5 in.