Stanley P. Smith scrapbook: 1913-1917
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Native American material [series]
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Response to Governor Lewis Cass' questionnaire concerning the Chippewa, Ottawa, and Winnebago Indians

(photocopies in part; a portion of these manuscripts are located at the Burton Historical Collection)

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Portion of a journal kept at Sault Ste. Marie June 14-August 2, 1830
 
Speeches; folder includes:
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Speech of Aukkebuggecaash (Gueule Plat) of Leech Lake, Upper Mississippi, delivered at the agency of Sault Ste. Marie July 1830
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Speech of the Buffalo chief, Peezhikee, alias Way Ishkee, of Lapointe, Lake Superior, delivered at the agency of Sault Ste. Marie July 1830
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Account of some of the traditions, manner, and customs of the Lenee Lenaupee, or Delaware Indians (37 pp.)
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Traditions of the Lenee Lenaupee, or Delaware (27 pp.).

(Appears to be an earlier draft of the manuscript)

 
Delaware language
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Part I, a grammar (284 p.)
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Part II, verb conjugations
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Part I

(apparently an earlier draft of the first 45 pages of Part I; these 48 pages compare very closely, with only minor differences, with the first 45 pages of the fuller version)

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Traditions, manners, and customs of the Twaatwaa or Meearmeear Indians.

(This manuscript is a slightly different version from that found at the Burton Historical Collection which was published as Meearmeear Traditions, edited by Vernon Kinietz in Occasional contributions from the Museum of Anthropology of the University of Michigan, no. 7, April 1938)

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Keekarpoo Indians (2 versions)
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Shauwanoa traditions July 24, 1824

(This manuscript, based on information from the Prophet, was published, along with Black Hoofs account, in Shawnese Traditions, edited by Vernon Kinietz and Erminie W. Vogelin in Occasional contributions from the Museum of Anthropology of the University of Michigan, no. 9, June 1939)

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Shauwonoa Traditions, Black Hoof's account of
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Minneehoohauh Woahpee 1823

(an incomplete dictionary of English terms translated into the Weannebeago, Dahcoatah, Munoamoanee, and Ojibwa languages)

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Letters and speech giving information about the early history of the of the University of Michigan

(Photostats of materials held by the Burton Historical Collection)