A vocabulary of the Po-da-wahd-mih language [manuscript] : with illustrative sentences and a translation of the first three chapters of the Gospel of Matthew, followed by a vocabulary of the Kaw language / by Joseph N. Bourassa, 1843
This subseries includes snapshots and portraits made near the Imhof home in Toas Pueblo, New Mexico around 1930. These include images of ovens being plastered at the Imhof home, views of Joe "Sunhawk" Sandoval raising an Apache tipi for the sunset dance in front of the Imhof home, and portraits of Pedro and Pascal Abeita in Toas Pueblo.
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Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Joseph A. Imhof photograph collection, image #, NMAI.AC.142; National Museum of the American Indian Archives Center, Smithsonian Institution.
The collection consists of photographs, possibly part of a travelog, depicting mostly American landscapes (particularly tourist destinations), transportation (railroads, roads, and boats), towns, and hotels. A few photographs of American Indians include images of a Crow burial, a Pueblo ceremony, and men on horseback at Eagle Butte on the Yellowstone River. There are also scenic views made in Yellowstone National Park, California, the Teton Mountains, Badlands National Park, and the Grand Canyon; the latter includes an image of Theodore Roosevelt and party. Some images from outside of the United States include people and streets in Holland.
Most of the photographs were likely made by T. Parks Brownrigg, and the slides were prepared by Art and Travel Company, George W. Bond (for the Santa Fe Railroad), Detroit Photographic Company, Frank Jay Haynes, T. H. McAllister, G. L. Nichols, Pancoast and Hand, Scott and Van Altena, Sunset Engraving Company, and Underwood and Underwood.
Local Call Number(s):
NAA Photo Lot 35
Location of Other Archival Materials:
Additional photographs published by Frank Jay Haynes held in National Anthropological Archives Photo Lot 92-3, Photo Lot 90-1, and BAE 4543 (Photo Lot 24).
Additional lantern slides published by Underwood and Underwood held in National Anthropological Archives Photo Lot 98 and the Archives Center, National Museum of American History holds the Underwood & Underwood Glass Stereograph Collection.
Additional photographs published by Detroit Photographic Company held in National Anthropological Archives Photo Lot 92-37 and Photo Lot 92-3.
Postcard booklet of sites in New Mexico, plus front and back cover illustrations. Most views are mountain scenes and buildings. The cover illustration (shown here) depicts the Old Mission Church in Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico with women, children and men in Southwestern Indian style dress. Subjects include Raton Pass, Taos Indian Pueblo, Hermit's Peak (Las Vegas, N.M.), Starvation Peak on the Santa Fe Trail, Old San Miguel Mission (Santa Fe), "oldest house in America, Santa Fe," sunset on the Rio Grande, Albuquerque, and Palace of the Governors, Santa Fe. The cover and back illustrations (the latter shows Navajo Indian women weaving) are reproductions of paintings, while the postcards appear to be reproductions of hand-painted photographs.
BL318 (Image No., cover illustration, not in Archives Center file)
Series 1, Box 10, U.S.A.--New Mexico--General Mountain Views.
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Menominee linguistic notes and texts from Truman Michelson's fieldwork among the Menominee in Wisconsin in 1910. He obtained texts and Menominee names for various tribes from Judge Peroute, a priest of the Grand Medicine Society. Captain John V. Satterlee of the Indian Police at Keshena served as interpreter and also provided Michelson with linguistic information, such as vocabulary.
Also sketch maps of (1) S.W. Oregon showing the Indian geographic names, Chetco and Rogue River area, and (2) of N.W. California showing Indian geographic names, Tolowa area; Plates showing map of rancheria of the Tututoni (Tututunne) and vicinity on Rogue River; map of rancheria and vicinity near main settlement on Rogue ; map of main rancheria of the Chetl-e-shin (Chetleschantunne) and vicinity near the mouth of Pistol River; photo of Indian woman marked "Delia- Lake Earl- 1901" (7 x 9"); 40 photos to accompany manuscript, also 15 photos marked "possibly of use".
Photographs assembled by T. T. Watermann to accompany Bureau of American Ethnology Manuscript 3183. (No Negatives). Descriptions in quotation marks are by T.T. Waterman. Arbitrary Number 1, Figure Number 1 Battle Rock, Port Orford, Oregon. (Post card.) 2,2 "View looking through the passage worn by the waves under Battle Rock." (Post card.) 3, 3 "View of the second village site, on the N. of the mouth of Rogue River. The shell heap is over the brow of the hill, on the extreme left of the observer." (Post card.) 4, 4 View of the mouth of the Rogue River. (Post card.) 5, 5 "View of the junction of Illinois River and Rogue River. The water entering at the observer's left is only a bayou. The houses with the smoke rising are on the point of land between the two rivers, which flow away to the right. The houses stand on the old village-site of TlegEt-tLintEn (Map 3, Number 28)." (Post card.) 6, 6 "View from old Indian village site, south side of Rogue River mouth, looking east." (Post card.) 7, 7 "View up the Winchuck River." (Post card.) 8, 8 "View looking up the Chetco River." (Post card; printed onto photo, "River View, Brookings, Oregon.") 9, 9 "Smith River from below S. Fork, looking north to Hill Creek." 10, 10a "Polly." Carrying basket of wood with burden strap. Smithsonian Institution Copy Negative 42,269-C. 11, 10b "Polly, from Lagoon (Tututni)." Smithsonian Institution Copy Negative 42,269-D.
Arbitrary Number 12, Figure Number 10c "Ellen, in Crescent City." Old woman making baskets. Smithsonian Institution Copy Negative 42,269. 13, 11a "Jim and Mary." Cushion Creek Indians. 14, 11b "...Indian (now deceased) living on Cushion Creek...Crescent City." Same man as in Arbitr. Number 15. Smithsonian Institution Copy Negative 42,269-A. (Post card.) 15, -- "Charlie (White House). Photo at Cushion Creek, Indian at door of sweat-house." Smithsonian Institution Copy Negative 42, 269-E. 16, 12 "South fork of Smith River, looking east." 17, 13 "From mouth of Smith River, looking north." 18, 14a Unidentified view of riverside conifers; post card. 19, 14b "Dunes by Dead Lake, which lies to the right." 20, 15a "Seal Rock Light. (NW Seal Rock)." (Post Card.) 21, 15b "The so-called South-west Seal Rock. Off Point St George." 22, 15c "Mussel Rock." (Post card.) 23, 16a "Pebble Beach, near Crescent City, looking west with Saddle Rock in distance." 24, 16b "View eastward from Sugar Loaf." 25, 17a "Rollin Mansfield." View of shoreline. 26, 17b "Stump Lake." (Post card.) 27, 17c "Looking eastward." Probably Pebble Beach; see Arbitr. Number 23, above. (Post card.) 28, 18a "View of the rock with one tree on it near Lover's Point, Crescent City." (Post card.) 29, 18b "Rock with one tree on it just north of Lover's Point, west of Crescent City, Calif." (Post card.) 30, 19a "Woody Island, looking east. Lover's Point in the background." (Post card.)
Arbitrary Number 31, Figure Number 19b "Looking west. Woody Island just peeks beyond rock in foreground." 32, 20a "Lover's Rock near Crescent City, looking west." 33, 20b Unidentified shoreline. 34, 21a "View of Crescent City from Lover's Rock, looking east, Siskiyou Range in the far distance." 35, 21b "View looking eastward from the eastern outskirts of Crescent City." (Post card.) 36, 22 "View of Crescent City from the east." 37, 23 "Looking south from Cushion Creek (in foreground)." 38, 24 "Looking north from end of beach. Cushion Creek in mid-distance." 39, 25a Crossed-out notation: "Chetco River, Ore. TTW looking into an elk pit." 40, 25b "TTW looking at the remains of a deadfall trap." Crossed-out notation: "Chetco River, Oregon." 41, 26. Unidentified shoreline. 42, 0 "Delia. Lake Earl, 1901." Smithsonian Institution Copy Negative 42,269-B. Photographer: A.W. Ericson Co., Arcata, Calif.
The following photographs in envelope marked,"Additional Tolowa photos possibly of use." Arbitrary Number 43 "Sea Rock near Crescent City." 44 "Woody Island, at Crescent City." Original publisher's Number CRM 12. 45 "Stump Lake, near Crescent City." 46 "Seal Rock lighthouse, Crescent City, Calif." (Post card. Orig. Number CRM 74 47 "Rock with one tree on it, near Crescent City." Original publisher's Number CRM 48 "Dead Lake." 49 "Lover's Rock, west of Crescent City." (Post card. Original Numer 29.) 50 "Flat east of Crescent City." 51 "Looking S. near Crescent City." (Post card. Copyright, Patterson. Original Number 835.) 52 "Sunset Beach, north of Crescent City." (Post card. Copyright, Patterson. Original Number 723.) 53 "Battle Rock, Port Orford, Oregon." (Post card. Copyright, Patterson. Original NUmber 710.) 54 "Pebble Beach, north of Point St George." (Post card. Copyright, Patterson. Original Number 817.) 55 "Looking north [on Crescent beach] toward Crescent City." (Post card. Copyright, Patterson. Original Number 813.) 56 "View up Smith River from near its mouth." (Post card. Initials E.D.S. and Original Number 88.) 57 "The sea at Crescent City. Looking east. Lover's Rock at extreme left."
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