Transcript and translation of Margaret Sherwood Text #28 (Wolf Brothers + the stag); Appendix of animal, tree, plant, flower, and place name terms, collated in English--alish vocabulary; paradigms and example checking using English-Salish root file.
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Includes notes on a visit to the Brooklyn Institute Museum of Arts and Science and a draft report to Charles Doolittle Walcott concerning the New York University collections, American Museum of Natural History, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Pathological Laboratory of the Pathological Institution of New York State Hospitals, Brooklyn Institute Museum, and, in Philadelphia, the Memorial Hall Museum, Independence Hall, Commercial Museum, American Philosophical Society, University Museum, Wistar Institute, Drexel Institute Museum, Academy of Natural Sciences, and the Wagner Free Institute.
NAA MS.4408 (100)
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