1. "Nu-mu (Pa-vi-ot-so) Pai-yu-te, 1880." Title on the first page reads: "Pai-yu-te of Humbolt Valley. Nov. 28, 1880." Pages numbered 1-41 (pages 8, 36, 37, 38, 40 and 41 are missing). 38 pages, total.
2. Miscellaneous notes and vocabulary in Paviotso. 11 pages, total.
3. "Nyuma affinities." Kinship terms numbered after schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages. Seems to be Paviotso. 3 pages.
8. "Nyuma, Shoshoni of Nevada." Kinship terms in Shoshoni, numbered after schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages.
9. "Nevada Shoshoni." Tales and list of animals used as characters in tales.
Volume 4. Shoshoni grammatical notes, pages 194-216. Ethnographic notes: Shoshoni sun dance, pages 217-224 and [233-238]. Shoshoni grammatical and vocabulary notes, pages 225-232. Paiute text and grammatical notes, Warm Springs, Oregon, pages [245-252]. Original Paiute notes from which notebook entry was made (original text has interlinear translation), 8 loose sheets, (9 pages).
Apparently original field notes. Texts (myths) with interlinear English translation; ethnographic notes on games, songs, etc. (latter not transferred to Manuscript Number 2048-a ?). Also brief Wasco texts (Warm Springs Reservation, Oregon; cf. Bureau of American Ethnology Manuscript Numbers 892, 2048-a).