Contents: L= Lummi; N= Nanaimo; Sq= Squamish. Identification located by Laurence L. Thompson, U. of Wash. April, 1964-- on slip for "Abend", filed under "night". S= Sisiatl (Seshelt), P= Pentlatch, Q= Comox (Qomoks), B= Bilxula (Bella Coola).
Facsimile of letter from Edwin Eells, U.S. Indian Agent, Nisqually and Skokomish Agency, Tacoma, Washington Territory and facsimile of handwritten copy of statement by the Reverend Peter Stanup of Puyallup Reservation, no date, 2 pages.
Relates to the Thompson Lytton liturgy. ("The Thompson-Lytton Liturgy" or "The Black Manuscript of the Ne Kla Kapa nuk"). Apparently this was a translation by Reverend Good of the Christian liturgy into the language of the Thompson River Indians. It was contained in a book with black covers. MCB 9/22/54.
Inventory and assessment of human remains from northeastern Washington and northern Idaho in the National Museum of Natural History : case report no. 92-017 / Tamara L. Bray, Javier Urcid, and Gary P. Aronsen