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John Montgomery Cooper and Regina Flannery Herzfeld Ethnographic Field Notes

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Descriptive Summary

Repository: The Catholic University of America, The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives
Creator: John Montgomery Cooper, 1881-1949; Regina Flannery Herzfeld, 1904-2004
Title: John Montgomery Cooper And Regina Flannery Herzfeld Ethnographic Field Notes Collection
Dates: 1924-2006
Extent: 47 linear feet; 66 boxes
Abstract: This collection contains the field notes of CUA anthropologists John Montgomery Cooper and Regina Flannery Herzfeld taken primarily during their ethnographic studies of the James Bay Cree of Ontario, Canada in the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. These notes, both handwritten and typed, are comprised of a series of 3 x 5 index cards and depict observations on the traditions, culture, language, and territories of the Cree and additional tribes. The collection also contains computer files, museum objects, teaching notes, student-faculty correspondence, published material, and chapter and article drafts by both Cooper and Herzfeld.
Collection Number: ACUA 207
Language: English

Biographical Note

Born in Rockville, Maryland in 1881, to James Joseph and Emma Lillie Tolou Cooper, John Montgomery Cooper distinguished himself as a professor, administrator, theologian, and anthropologist. He was ordained in 1905, named domestic prelate in 1940, and died in 1949.

In 1897, Cooper enrolled in Saint Charles College in Ellicott City, Maryland, to begin his studies for the priesthood. Two years later, he attended the North American College in Rome, where he completed his Ph.D. in 1902 and his Doctorate of Sacred Theology in 1905. While in Europe Cooper developed an interest in archaeology. While assistant pastor of Saint Matthews in Washington between 1905 and 1918, Cooper worked with anthropologists at the Bureau of American Ethnology at the Smithsonian Institution. By 1914 he had published his first anthropological study, "Analytical and Critical Bibliography of the Tribes of Tierra del Fuego".

Cooper's intellectual range and organizational abilities attracted the attention of John Burke and members of the Catholic University faculty. From 1909, Cooper taught courses in Sacred Theology at CUA. Between 1918 and 1920, Cooper worked as both director of camp and community activities and Secretary of the Committee on Women's Activities for the National Catholic War Council.

After completing his work with the NCWC, CUA invited him to teach in the Department of Sacred Theology. In 1923, Cooper began also to teach in the Department of Sociology where he introduced anthropology to the curriculum. Cooper's anthropological studies shaped his religion courses, and the religious practices of non-literate peoples increasingly informed the content of his theology and religion courses. Ultimately, Cooper led the establishment of the Department of Religious Education in 1929, the first to grant graduate degrees in religion, which he chaired until 1938.

By the mid-1920s. Cooper decided to focus his energies on anthropology. In 1926, he founded the Catholic Anthropological Conference (CAC) to promote anthropology among Catholic missionaries who, in turn collected ethnological objects for him. He edited its publications including the serial, "Primitive Man", and special reports. Two years later, CUA recognized the importance of Cooper's work by establishing the Department of Anthropology and appointing him Professor and Chair. Between 1925 and 1940, Cooper took 13 field trips to study the Native peoples of northern Ontario, Canada. During this time, Cooper developed an especially close collaboration with his student-turned-colleague, Regina Flannery Herzfeld. After suffering a heart attack in 1941, Cooper discontinued his field studies and dedicated himself to the Department of Anthropology, which he chaired until his death in 1949.

Regina Flannery Herzfeld, noted anthropologist, was born in Washington, DC in 1904 to parents Martin Markham and Regina Flannery. She was married to Karl F. Herzfeld in 1938, and passed in 2004.

Herzfeld graduated from the Academy of Holy Cross and earned her Bachelor's degree from Trinity College, Washington, DC. She was soon hired as a research assistant by John M. Cooper, and assisted him with research on, among other subjects, childcare institutions. During her time with Cooper, inspired by scholars such as Alfred V. Kidder, Herzfeld obtained a Master's degree in Anthropology from CUA in 1931, followed by Ph.D (also from CUA) in 1938.

During this time, Herzfeld also worked at the Mescalero Apache reservation in New Mexico, where she studied the traditional four-day rite for adolescent girls. This expedition resulted in her first published paper, "The Position of Women in Mescalero Apache Culture."

In Spring of 1933, Herzfeld traveled to Moose Factory, Ontario via Moosonee and James Bay in order to study the "old ways" of the Cree and Montagnais tribes. There she encountered Ellen Smallboy, a Cree woman who was born in 1852, and about whom she would write extensively. Herzfeld visited Moose Factory again in 1935, 1937 and 1938, and returned once more in 1985 to speak with descendants of her original interview subjects.

Herzfeld became Associate Professor at CUA in 1948, full Professor in 1953, and served as Chair of the Department of Anthropology between 1953 and 1969 after Cooper's death. During her tenure, not only did enrollment at the postgraduate level increase, but an undergraduate program was also introduced. During this time, Herzfeld also served as editor of "Primitive Man" and "Anthropology Quarterly", and published several books, including "An Analysis of Coastal Algonquian Culture" in 1939 and "The Gros Ventres of Montana" in 1952.

Although Herzfeld retired in 1971 after attaining Professor Emerita status, she remained extremely active in the scholarly community. She published more than ten articles after 1971 and continued to attended conferences in the field for many years. Though her vision was impaired towards the end of her life, her passion for Anthropology was not. Indeed, she was consulting with a doctoral student at the time of her death. Herzfeld died in 2004, two weeks before what would have been her 100th birthday. She is buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery in Washington, DC.

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Scope and Contents

These papers primarily contain field notes, both handwritten and typed, recorded on 3 x 5 index cards. The notes contain textual and visual observations on the traditions, culture, language, and territories primarily of the Cree, with passing mention of other tribes such as the Blackfoot, Menomini, and Navaho. They are presented in their original order, as arranged by Regina F. Herzfeld. Series 3 is as yet unprocessed, but contains links to files extracted from floppy disks belonging to Herzfeld. A complete list of the contents of Series 3 is available on request.

Series 1 contains information on the traditions, culture, language, and territories of the Cree as observed by John M. Cooper. These materials also contain passing references to tribes such as the Blackfoot, Menomini, and Navaho.

Series 2 contains information on the traditions, culture, language, and territories of the Cree as observed by Regina F. Herzfeld.

Series 3 contains computer disks, museum objects, teaching notes, correspondence, published material, and chapter and article drafts by both Cooper and Herzfeld.

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Arrangement

The John Montgomery Cooper And Regina Flannery Herzfeld Ethnographic Field Notes Collection consists of three series:




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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

There are no access restrictions. The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives would like to office sincere thanks to the Grand Council of the Crees for their cooperation in the digitization of this collection.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

The John Montgomery Cooper And Regina Flannery Herzfeld Ethnographic Field Notes Collection was donated by the estate of Regina F. Herzfeld in three separate deposits, two in 2006 and one in 2015.

Processing Information

Collection processed and digitized under the direction of Paul Kelly in 2015. EAD markup completed by Paul Kelly in 2016. Content extracted from 5 1/4 floppy disks and added to finding aid by Paul Kelly in 2016. Note that folder titles are transcribed verbatim from the original index cards, and may contain errors and inconsistencies. Note also that the numbering system of series 1 and 2 reflects Herzfeld's method of organizing the materials, with each "box" representing a single cabinet drawer.

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Related Material

The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives:

The John Montgomery Cooper And Regina Flannery Herzfeld Ethnographic Field Notes Digital Collection

The John Montgomery Cooper Papers

At other institutions:

The John Montgomery Cooper Papers, The National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution

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Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.


Organizations:
Catholic University of America

Persons:
Cooper, John M. (John Montgomery), 1881-1949
Herzfeld, Regina F. (Regina Flannery), 1904-2004

Places:
James Bay (Nunavut)
Ontario

Subjects:
Anthropology
Cree Indians--History--20th century
Sociology


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Bibliography

Duffie, Warren. "A Woman’s Place is in Academia: Regina Flannery Herzfeld was a CUA Pioneer" from InsideCUA. Washington, DC: Catholic Unversity of America Office of Public Affairs, 2004.

 

Flannery, Regina. Ellen Smallboy: Glimpses of a Cree Woman's Life. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1995.

 

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Detailed Description of the Collection

                       
Series 1: Field Notes of John M. Cooper, 1924-1940 (19 boxes)
This series contains information on the traditions, culture, language, and territories of the Cree as observed by John M. Cooper. It also contains passing references to other tribes such as the Blackfoot, Menomini, and Navaho.
Box Folder
Cabinet 1, Drawer 1 1 Untitled, n.d.
        27 pages
  2 Southwest Indians. Pueblo - Navaho. Field Notes, 1924
        23 pages
  3 Dene to Gits'Kan - Field Notes, 1925
        123 pages
  4 Cree (Western) - Field Notes, 1925
        12 pages
  5 Obidjuan - Language - Field Notes, June, 1925
        103 pages
  6 Cree, etc. - Culture and Language - Field Notes, 1926
        31 pages
  7 Obidjuan - Culture - Field Notes, 1926
        84 pages
  8 Obidjuan - Maniwaki Records, 1926
        85 pages
  9 Obidjuan - Culture - Field Notes, 1927
        2 pages
  10 Obidjuan - Language - Field Notes, August, 19247
        163 pages
  11 Lake of Woods - Rainy River - Itinerary, Addresses, Etc., 1928
        5 pages
  12 Lake of the Woods - Field Notes, 1928
        34 pages
  13 Lake of the Woods, John Bread, Netagebo, Kagiwe, Joe Seymour, Jim Eliud, Andrew Flett, n.d.
        98 pages
  14 Rainy Lake, Hardground, Kawakatusk, Mainvilles, 1928
        145 pages
  15 Rainy Lake - Field Notes, September, 1928
        64 pages
  16 Ifugao - Kimayong - Culture, 1926-27
        227 pages
  17 Menomini Field Notes - Taken at Keshena, Wis. by JMC, March 30-31, 1926
        23 pages
  18 Waswanipi Data,
        12 pages
  19 Waswanipi - Culture and Language - Field Notes, 1927
        61 pages
  20 Waswanipi - Linguistic Data (Carbons) - Lexical - Mostly Jimmy Otter, Some John Iserhoff, Fr. Guinard, Niacits, Mane Louise, 1925-27
        143 pages
  21 Waswanipi - Linguistic Data (Carbons) - Phonetic Morpholog., 1925-27
        65 pages
  22 Scattered Linguistic Data (R. House, Moose, Mistasini) from Jimmie Otter, 1927
        2 pages
  23 Linguistic Notes on Algonquian from Bloomfield, Cwog, Gweqwen, Macombe, Nemoine, Michelson, Petitot,
        150 pages
  24 Notes - Course in Algonq. Lang. - Michelson, Spring 1933
        140 pages
  25 Notes from Waugh MS no Ojibwa north of Lake Superior and of Manitowlin I., n.d.
        204 pages
  26 Jimmie Lawson - Osnaburg, 1927
        49 pages
  27 JMC, Fr. D [esautels], Fr. C [outure] - Lake St. Joseph - Kutcitcing, Pine Wake Party,
        26 pages
  28 L. Vincent - Osnaburg, 1927
        59 pages
  29 S. Rich. W. St. Joseph, 1927
        2 pages
  30 Wright - Osna, Hooker - Cat Wake, 1927
        12 pages
  31 L. Vincent - Lac Seul, 1927
        4 pages
  32 L. Vincent - Minaki, 1927
        2 pages
  33 Anderson - Kenora, White Dog, 1927
        10 pages
  34 L. Vincent - Ft. Hope, 1927
        23 pages
  35 S. Rich - Ft. Hope, 1927
        58 pages
Box Folder
Cabinet 1, Drawer 2 1 Fr. Desautels - Ft. Hope, 1927
        61 pages
  2 David, Micem, Joe, Michel - "Our Party" "Our Guests" - Ft. Hope (W. Kagianagomi), n.d.
        43 pages
  3 Jack Spence - Ft. Hope, n.d.
        16 pages
  4 Old Michel - Ft. Hope, n.d.
        5 pages
  5 J.M.C. - Ft. Hope and Vicinity, 1927
        10 pages
  6 Peter Spence - Ft. Hope, 1927
        17 pages
  7 Race - Ft. Hope, 1927
        6 pages
  8 Tosh - Ft. Hope - North Thereof, n.d.
        3 pages
  9 J.M.C. - Ogoki and Vicinity, 1927
        37 pages
  10 Sarah Namekus - Ogoki, 1927
        29 pages
  11 William - Ogoki, 1927
        18 pages
  12 David Iserhoff (Philip) - Ogoki, 1927
        81 pages
  13 Annie Cotter (s) - Ogoki, 1927
        6 pages
  14 Neill - Trout Lake - York Factory, 1927
        3 pages
  15 Philip (David Iserhoff) - Albany, 1927
        10 pages
  16 William Loutitt - Ft. Albany, 1927
        79 pages
  17 John Kosis - Ft. Albany, 1927
        23 pages
  18 Fr. Decarre - Ft. Albany - JMC, 1927
        5 pages
  19 Jeanette - Ft. Albany, 1927
        27 pages
  20 Jack Spence - Long Lac, Chapleau, etc. Race - Long Lac, n.d.
        19 pages
  21 Fr. C. Albany R. - Country N. of L. Superior, Fr. D. Wikwemikong, Jack Spence Nipigon Lake region, n.d.
        17 pages
  22 JMC - Albany River (descr.) - David - Albany R. vicinity, JMC - Albany to Moose, JMC - Masine b. R., Swiherland, 1927
        16 pages
  23 Sam Sutherland - Barren Ground Cree, 1927
        36 pages
  24 Henry Sellers - Albany-Moose, 1927
        9 pages
  25 Simon Smallboy - wife - Moose Factory (Kesagami), 1927
        38 pages
  26 Thos. Moore, Simon Cheena - Moose Fact. - Vicinity, 1927
        29 pages
  27 Simon Cheena [Cina] - Kesagami, 1927
        8 pages
  28 Jane Ostan - Kesagami Lake, 1927
        4 pages
  29 Thos. Moore - Rupert House, 1927
        96 pages
  30 Sam Suth.-Moore, Simon Cheena - Rupert House, 1927
        10 pages
  31 Joe and Reuben Trapper - Rupert House and Harricandw River, 1927
        69 pages
  32 Thos Moore - East Main, 1927
        3 pages
  33 Michael Eagle- Abitibi, 1927
        27 pages
  34 Philip Polson- Abitibi, 1927
        21 pages
  35 Wedabi- Abitibi, 1927
        61 pages
  36 Barker- Quebec, 1927
        8 pages
  37 McDonald- Saskatchewan Cree- Barker- Saskatchewan Cree- 1927 and Chipewyan, 1927
        9 pages
  38 Ojibwa-of Osnaburg Ft. Hope Ogoki- Language- Field Notes, 1927
        75 pages
Box Folder
Cabinet 1, Drawer 3 1 Field Notes- Tetes de Boule- Scattered notes on Waswanipi Montesnars, L St. John, Chibousamer, Mistasmi, Gr. LacVictona, LacBarnere, 1925
        127 pages
  2 Field Notes- Tetes de Boule- Scattered Notes on Waswanipi Montesasis, Gr. L. Victona, Lec. Bamere} Algonquian, Albany Cree, R. Ojibwa, 1926
        75 pages
  3 Tetes de Boule - scattered notes on Mistassini, Waswanipi Montaniers, Oxford, 1931
        463 pages
  4 Untitled, n.d.
        415 pages
  5 T. de B. - pp. 283 - 420 Weymont, 1937
        211 pages
  6 T. de B. - pp. 422-676 Weyment Carbons, 1937
        309 pages
  7 T. de B. - pp.677-800 Weymont Quebec Archives, 1937
        158 pages
Box Folder
Cabinet 1, Drawer 4 1 Field Notes - Tetes de Boule carbons, 1925
        221 pages
  2 Field Notes - Tetes de Boule, 1926
        133 pages
  3 Ann Iserhoff - Tete de Boule, 1927
        279 pages
  4 Francois and Marie Louise Tcatca - Tetes de Boule, 1927
        73 pages
  5 Jimmie Maradji - Philomene - Manian - Tetes de Bowle, 1927
        59 pages
  6 JMC - Tetes de Boule, 1927
        28 pages
  7 David Nigwi-Pierre Robert Tcatca-Mateas Michel-Mateas Wizend-Onesime Dube-Joe Nigwi-Chief Gabriel - Tetes de Boule, 1927
        41 pages
  8 Megiskan Dialect, 1927
        23 pages
  9 Field Notes Carbons - Tetes de Boule incl. Hejisken, 1931
        204 pages
  10 Waswanipi - Jimmy Otter (mostly) - Maniwaki Records Data - Fr. Guinford - Culture, 1925-26
        42 pages
  11 Waswanipi - Culture - Jimmy Otter, 1927
        71 pages
  12 James Otter - Waswanipi, 1927
        19 pages
  13 John Iserhoff, Peter Niacits, Marie-Louise Francois, Joseph Charles - Waswanipi, 1927
        17 pages
  14 Field Notes Carbons - Waswanipi, 1925, 1931
        131 pages
  15 Field Notes Carbons - Chibugamu Montagnais, Wake Sr. John Montagnais, Mistasini Montagnais, 1925, 1931
        22 pages
  16 Joseph Charles - Lake St. John, 1927
        16 pages
  17 Field Notes Carbons - Gr. Lake Victoria, Lac Barriere, 1925-26
        5 pages
  18 Angus Edwardson - Lac Barriere, 1927
        3 pages
  19 Field Notes Carbons - Albany Cree, Albany Ojibwe - Oxford, 1926, 1931
        5 pages
  20 Rocky Boy Cree - (Montana) - field notes - By JMC - Carbons, 1931
        34 pages
  21 Blackfoot Field Notes - by JMC - Carbons, 1931
        96 pages
  22 W. Otcipwe (Cree) Field Notes - by JMC - Carbons, 1931
        62 pages
  23 Assiniboine - field notes - by JMC - Carbons, 1931
        33 pages
  24 Assiniboine Field Notes, 1939
        21 pages
  25 Rocky Bay Cree (Montana) Field Notes - by JMC -Originals, 1931
        53 pages
  26 Blackfoot Field Notes - by JMC - Originals, 1931
        170 pages
  27 Assiniboine Field Notes by JMC - Originals, 1931
        54 pages
  28 W. Otcipwe (Cree) Field Notes - by JMC - Originals, 1931
        108 pages
Box Folder
Cabinet 1, Drawer 5 1 T. de B. - Lexical Material Gathered - Carbons, 1925
        279 pages
  2 Galhered, n.d.
        516 pages
  3 Tete de Boule Words, n.d.
        662 pages
  4 Untitled, n.d.
        232 pages
  5 Tete de Boule - Lexical Data - Carbons, 1931
        285 pages
  6 Tete de Boule - Sentences etc. - Carbons, 1931
        22 pages
  7 Tete de Boule - Ling. material - Lexical Morph. - Carbons, 1937
        212 pages
  8 Waswanipi - Linguistic Data -Carbons, 1931
        7 pages
  9 Mistassini - Linguistic Data - Carbons, 1931
        7 pages
  10 Waswanipi - L. St. John - Lexical Data - Carbons, 1937
        8 pages
  11 T. de B. - Phonetics and Morphology from date gathered - Carbons, 1920-26
        124 pages
  12 T. de B. - Phonetics and Morphology from date gathered - Carbons, 1927
        117 pages
  13 Phonetics and Morphology - T. de B. - Carbons, 1927
        369 pages
Box Folder
Cabinet 1, Drawer 6 1 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - Original, n.d.
        8 pages
  2 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - A, n.d.
        100 pages
  3 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - B, n.d.
        196 pages
  4 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - C, n.d.
        162 pages
  5 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - D, n.d.
        73 pages
  6 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - E, n.d.
        49 pages
  7 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - F, n.d.
        102 pages
  8 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - H, n.d.
        93 pages
  9 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - I, n.d.
        20 pages
  10 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - J, n.d.
        6 pages
  11 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - K, n.d.
        30 pages
  12 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - L, n.d.
        107 pages
  13 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - M, n.d.
        128 pages
  14 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - N, n.d.
        70 pages
  15 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - O, n.d.
        60 pages
  16 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - P, n.d.
        79 pages
  17 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - Q, n.d.
        5 pages
  18 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - R, n.d.
        65 pages
  19 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - S, n.d.
        282 pages
  20 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - T, n.d.
        175 pages
  21 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - V, n.d.
        7 pages
  22 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - W, n.d.
        146 pages
  23 Tetes de Boule - Ling. Notes - XYZ, n.d.
        14 pages
  24 Phonetics and Morphology - T. de B., n1925-27
        383 pages
  25 Phonetics and Morphology - T. de B. - Originals, 1927
        413 pages
  26 Phonetics and Morphology TB - sentences, 1931
        29 pages
  27 Megisken Dialect, n.d.
        15 pages
  28 T. de B. - Specimens Collected, 1925-37
        84 pages
  29 Linguistic Data - L. St. Joseph - Ojibwa, 1927
        2 pages
  30 Linguistic Data - Winusk (Severn), 1933
        9 pages
  31 Linguistic Data (Originals) - opinage - C. Henrietta Barrens, 1932
        10 pages
  32 Linguistic Data (Originals) - Albany, 1932-33
        106 pages
  33 Linguistic Data - W. Allen - Albany (Attaw), 1933
        113 pages
  34 Linguistic Data (Originals) - Attawapiskat, 1932-33
        37 pages
  35 Linguistic Data (Originals) - Moose Factory (and Newport), 1927, 1932-33
        172 pages
  36 Linguistic Data - Frank Richard - Moose (Albany Attaw), 1933
        66 pages
  37 Linguistic Data (Originals) - Kesagami Dialect, 1932-33
        14 pages
  38 Linguistic Data (Originals) - Rupert House, 1932-33
        121 pages
  39 Linguistic Data (Originals) - Mistasini, 1927, 1931-32
        11 pages
  40 Linguistic Data (Originals) - Nemiskau, 1932
        2 pages
  41 Linguistic Data (Originals) - Fr. George, 1932
        7 pages
  42 Linguistic Data (Originals) - Eastmain, 1932
        14 pages
  43 Linguistic Data (Originals) - Ft. George, 1932
        57 pages
  44 Linguistic Data (Originals) - Great Whale River, 1932
        2 pages
  45 Linguistic Data (Originals) - Chimo (Ft. McKenzie), 1933
        3 pages
  46 Linguistic Data (Lexical)(Originals) - Waswanipi - Jimmy Otter, John Iserhoff, Fr. Guinard, Peter Niceits, Marie Louise Tcatca, 1925, 1927, 1931
        152 pages
  47 Linguistic Data (Phonetic, Morphological) (Originals) - Waswanipi, 1925-27
        65 pages
  48 Linguistic Data (carbons) - Rupert House, 1927, 1932-33
        116 pages
  49 Field Notes - James Bay - Language (carbons), 1932-33
        3 pages
  50 Linguistic Data (carbons) - Neokweskau, 1932
        7 pages
  51 Linguistic Data (carbons) - Eastmain, 1932
        14 pages
  52 Linguistic Data (carbons) - Ft. George, 1932
        47 pages
  53 Linguistic Data (carbons ) - Great Whale River, 1932
        2 pages
  54 Linguistic Data (carbons) - Chimo, 1933
        3 pages
  55 Linguistic Data (carbons) - Mistasini, 1927, 1932
        4 pages
  56 Linguistic Data (carbons) - Moose, 1927, 1932-33
        178 pages
  57 Linguistic Data (carbons) - Frank Rickard - Moose (Albany-Attaw.), 1933
        66 pages
  58 Linguistic Data (carbons) - Kesagami Dialect, 1932-33
        8 pages
  59 Linguistics Data (carbons) - Albany, 1932-33
        103 pages
  60 Linguistic Data (carbons) - Willy Allen - Albany (Moose-Arrow), 1933
        113 pages
  61 Linguistic Data (carbons) - Attawapiskat, 1932-33
        36 pages
  62 Linguistic Data (carbons) - Opinaga (C. Henrietta Bauvens), 1932
        8 pages
  63 Linguistic Data (carbons) - Winisk (Severn), 1933
        9 pages
  64 Tête de Boule Cree: Notes from Mss. Archives Quebec, n.d.
        28 pages
  65 Tete de Boule Cree - RMQ - APFQ, n.d.
        21 pages
  66 Tete de Boule Cree - Masse, Le Jeune LJR, Le Brosse - Harmon, Hind, Low, McLean, Anderson, Guinard, n.d.
        48 pages
  67 Tete de Boule Cree - Miscellaneous Notes, n.d.
        41 pages
  68 Tete de Boule Cree - Bibliography, n.d.
        39 pages
  69 JSC Watt - Manowan (Tete de Boule), n.d.
        220 pages
Box Folder
Cabinet 1, Drawer 7 1 Simon and Ellen Smallboy - Moose and Kesagami, 1932
        268 pages
  2 McLeod - Moose - Newport, 1932
        125 pages
  3 Fred Mark - Moose Factory, 1932
        9 pages
  4 David Win (et al.) - Moose, 1932
        13 pages
  5 John Dick - Moose, 1932
        9 pages
  6 Four Widows - Moose, 1932
        13 pages
  7 Motteskwimow (Ft.Geo) T. Taylor Mrs. Morrison Obs.JMC Willy Allen Sam Sutherland Moose Factory, 1932
        17 pages
  8 Smallboys - Mcleod - Abitibi, 1932
        10 pages
  9 William Howtitt - Albany, 1932
        112 pages
  10 Matteskwimou (Ft.Geo) - Smallboys Win (et al.) - McLeod - "Four Widow" - Willy Allen Anon. - Albany, 1932
        30 pages
  11 Willy Allen - Attawapiskat, 1932
        213 pages
  12 Rev.J.E. Saindon - Attawapiskat, 1932
        32 pages
  13 L. Martineau - WM. Lowtitt - JMC.obs - Arlington - Attawapiskat, 1932
        12 pages
  14 Sam Sutherland - Opinaga - (C. Henrietta Barrens), 1932
        60 pages
  15 Willy Ethrington - Opinaga - C. Henrietta Barrens, 1932
        158 pages
  16 Willy McLeod - Willy Allen - C.Henrietta Barrens, 1932
        10 pages
  17 G. Mason (Ft. Geo) - Rev. E Saindon - Willy Allen Ethrington - Winisk, 1932
        9 pages
  18 Geo. Elson - Ft. Churchill Region, 1932
        5 pages
  19 Louis Martineau - Nap., 1932
        12 pages
  20 Tom Taylor, 1932
        6 pages
  21 T.Taylor - Willy Allen - Otipwe of Albany - R Martens - Falls Osneburgh - English River, 1932
        11 pages
  22 Frank Rickard - Albany, 1933
        59 pages
  23 Jeannette Saqabakiskam (and Dinah Williams dr. of J.) - Albany, 1933
        35 pages
  24 Patrick Steven - Albany, 1933
        58 pages
  25 David Wynn - Albany, 1933
        24 pages
  26 Jimmie Acickic (?) - Attawapiskat, 1933
        11 pages
  27 Willy Allen - Attawapiskat-Albany, 1933
        5 pages
  28 William Lowtitt - Albany, 1927
        2 pages
  29 Sam Hardesty (?) - Albany, 1933
        2 pages
  30 Charlotte Sutherland - Moose (Cape Henrietta), 1933
        20 pages
  31 Harvey Smallboy - Moose, 1933
        39 pages
  32 Simon and Ellen Smallboy - Moose (Kesagami), 1933
        9 pages
  33 John Dick - Moose, 1933
        13 pages
  34 Elijah Alisabe (?) - Moose, 1933
        7 pages
  35 Caroline Lowtitt - Moose, 1933
        2 pages
  36 Frank Rickard - Moose, 1933
        2 pages
  37 John Fletcher - Moose, 1933
        2 pages
  38 Caroline Lowtitt - Ft. George, 1933
        2 pages
  39 Alec Hunter - Ft. Chimo (Naskapi), 1933
        2 pages
  40 Mrs. Morrison (Miss Flannery's notes on Manitu) - Eastmain, 1933
        9 pages
  41 Henry Wistei - Rupert House, 1933
        2 pages
  42 Willy McLeod - Moose - Newport, 1933
        2 pages
  43 Traps. (Snares and Deadfalls)- Carbons - Obidjuan - Mackenqri, James Bay, 1925-26, 1931, 1933
        113 pages
  44 Scrapulimancy (Carbons), 1931, 1933, 1934
        36 pages
  45 Filed Notes - (Orginal Notes Carbons of Transcript) - James Bay, 1932
        16 pages
  46 JMC. - Observed Anderson Mcleod - James Bay - E. coast 1. Near Fort George 2. and elsewhere 3. General, 1932
        10 pages
  47 Itinerary - James Bay, 1932
        6 pages
  48 Edw. Namekus - Tommy Jacob - Rupert House, 1932
        255 pages
  49 Mrs. JSC Watt - Mr. JSC Watt - Rupert House, 1932
        24 pages
  50 Matteskwimou - Richard (of Ft. George) - T. Taylor, n.d.
        39 pages
  51 Mrs. Jane Morrison - Rupert House, 1932
        22 pages
  52 Miscell. - Rupert House, n.d.
        22 pages
  53 Wesley H. Houston - Nemiskau, n.d.
        43 pages
  54 Sam Iserhoff - Geo Elson - Nemiskau, 1932
        26 pages
  55 DWP Sirrell - Neokweskau, 1932
        37 pages
  56 Sam Iserhoff - Neokweskau, 1932
        2 pages
  57 Geo. Elson - Neokweskau, 1932
        3 pages
  58 Houston - Sam Iserhoff - Waswanipi, 1932
        3 pages
  59 Jimmie Corston - Mrs. Morrison (and son), Anderson, Mcleod J. Dick - Mistasini, 1932
        22 pages
  60 Jimmie Corston - Eastmain, 1932
        75 pages
  61 Mrs. Jane Morrison - Eastmain, 1932
        41 pages
  62 Sam Iserhoff, Fred Mark - Eastmain, 1932
        4 pages
  63 Geo. Elson - Eastmain, 1932
        9 pages
  64 Quartermaster Ft. George, 1932
        35 pages
  65 Matteskwimou - Ft. George , 1932
        190 pages
  66 Gordon et al. (Richard M.) - Ft. George, 1932
        33 pages
  67 Hudson's Bay Co. Map and list of Coasters Notes by David Loutitl - Ft. George, 1932
        13 pages
  68 Richard Mattew (incl. Sam Iserhoff) - Neokweskau - Ft. George, 1932
        85 pages
  69 David Loutitt - Ft. George, n.d.
        117 pages
  70 Geo. Mason - Ft. George, 1932
        14 pages
  71 Obs. JMC - Ft. George, 1932
        21 pages
  72 JSC Watt, Rev. J.E. Saindon, Sam Iserhoff, L. Martineau, Rev. E Cowture, Mrs.Morrison - Smallboys - Ft. George, 1932
        15 pages
  73 G Mason, Gordon et al., Matteskwimou, Richard, David Lowtitt, L. Martineau, T.Taylor, McLeod - Great Whale River, 1932
        47 pages
  74 JSC Watt, Anon (Rup. House), G. Mason - Fort Chimo, Naskapi Montegnois - Ft. Mackenzie, 1932
        26 pages
  75 Alec Hunter - Chimo Region, 1932
        9 pages
  76 JMC-observed, T. Taylor, C.Hope - Island Eskimo , 1932
        16 pages
  77 Geo. Mason, Matteskwimou, David Lowtitt, T.Taylor, L. Martineau, McLeod - Eskimo of Gr. Whale River Region, 1932
        16 pages
  78 WT Watt - Eskimos of N.Labrador, 1932
        13 pages
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Cabinet 1, Drawer 8 1 Field Notes - JMC - James Bay Cree - Miscel., 1933
        26 pages
  2 JMC - Moose - 1-99, 1933
        88 pages
  3 JMC - Moose - 100-199, 1933
        101 pages
  4 JMC - Moose - 200-299, 1933
        105 pages
  5 JMC - Moose -300-399, 1933
        102 pages
  6 JMC - Moose - 400-499, 1933
        104 pages
  7 JMC - Moose - 500-599, 1933
        108 pages
  8 JMC - Moose - 600-699, 1933
        101 pages
  9 JMC - Moose - 700-799, 1933
        100 pages
  10 JMC - Moose - 800-899, 1933
        103 pages
  11 JMC - Moose - 900-999, 1933
        101 pages
  12 JMC - Moose - 1000-1099, 1933
        107 pages
  13 JMC - Moose - 1100-1199, 1933
        110 pages
  14 JMC - Moose - 1200-1252-END, 1933
        55 pages
  15 JMC - Moose - 381-99, 1934
        19 pages
  16 JMC - Moose - 400-499, 1934
        109 pages
  17 JMC - Moose - 500-599, 1934
        111 pages
  18 JMC - Moose - 600-713 (Includes 713-16 miscell.+Fr Saindou's Material) , 1934
        127 pages
  19 Ruperts House - 34 JMC / JMC RH 1-99, 1934
        210 pages
  20 JMC - Ruperts House - 100-199, 1934
        158 pages
  21 JMC - Ruperts House - 200-299, 1934
        118 pages
  22 JMC - Ruperts House - 300-380 (end), 1934
        87 pages
  23 Kicker Deadfall, n.d.
        9 pages
  24 Pitfalls, n.d.
        6 pages
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Cabinet 1, Drawer 9 1 Material Culture, n.d.
        6 pages
  2 UNM- Northeastern Algonquian Indians, 1948-49
        2 pages
  3 Food-Kinds (incl. Abundance to scarcity), n.d.
        23 pages
  4 Hunting Season- Crust on Snow, n.d.
        7 pages
  5 Caribou Hunting, n.d.
        41 pages
  6 Moose hunting, n.d.
        20 pages
  7 Beaver Trapping, n.d.
        40 pages
  8 Beaver Castor and Oil Sac, n.d.
        28 pages
  9 Fauna Snared, n.d.
        6 pages
  10 Despatching Trapped Animals, n.d.
        3 pages
  11 Pole Snare, n.d.
        12 pages
  12 Perch Snare, n.d.
        11 pages
  13 Clog Snare, n.d.
        8 pages
  14 Caribou - Moose Snares and Fence, n.d.
        33 pages
  15 Tether Snares, n.d.
        4 pages
  16 "House" Snare (Canada Jay), n.d.
        2 pages
  17 Snares- esp. Rabbits, n.d.
        15 pages
  18 Snares-Lynx, n.d.
        17 pages
  19 Snare- Bear, n.d.
        15 pages
  20 Fauna Trapped in Deadfalls, n.d.
        3 pages
  21 Deadfalls- General Notes, n.d.
        19 pages
  22 Samson- post Deadfalls, n.d.
        10 pages
  23 Wicket Deadfall, n.d.
        4 pages
  24 Beaver Spear Downfall, n.d.
        15 pages
  25 Beaver Door Trap, n.d.
        6 pages
  26 Beaver Funnel Trap, n.d.
        12 pages
  27 Seesaw Trap, n.d.
        15 pages
  28 Bird Fall Net, n.d.
        11 pages
  29 Snowshoe Traps, n.d.
        8 pages
  30 Snares, Deadfalls, other Traps.- Tete de Boule, 1937
        43 pages
  31 Waveys, geese, n.d.
        33 pages
  32 Hunting and trapping - Miscell., n.d.
        79 pages
  33 Dogs (Hunting), n.d.
        73 pages
  34 Fox trapping (incl. Artic Fox), n.d.
        8 pages
  35 Lynx trapping, n.d.
        6 pages
  36 Otter trapping, n.d.
        5 pages
  37 Mink- trapping, n.d.
        6 pages
  38 Muskrat trapping, n.d.
        8 pages
  39 Maten trapping, n.d.
        5 pages
  40 Fisher trapping, n.d.
        12 pages
  41 Weasel trapping, n.d.
        4 pages
  42 Berrying, n.d.
        3 pages
  43 Food - Preservation, n.d.
        25 pages
  44 Food - Preparation and Eating, n.d.
        55 pages
  45 Fire making and illumination, n.d.
        40 pages
  46 Shelter, n.d.
        103 pages
  47 Clothing - Men, Woman - General, n.d.
        34 pages
  48 Moccasins, n.d.
        42 pages
  49 Clothing- Skin dressing, n.d.
        61 pages
  50 Babiche, n.d.
        13 pages
  51 Rabbit Skin and Wikubi, Blankets, Clothing, n.d.
        32 pages
  52 Textiles - Weaving, n.d.
        5 pages
  53 String (exc. Babiche), n.d.
        19 pages
  54 Needles, needle case, n.d.
        8 pages
  55 Adornment, n.d.
        37 pages
  56 Snow goggles, n.d.
        14 pages
  57 Canes (Seskahun) Netted to other, n.d.
        10 pages
  58 Transportation - Water, n.d.
        78 pages
  59 Transporation - Land, n.d.
        43 pages
  60 Transortation - Snowshoes, n.d.
        55 pages
  61 Pottery, n.d.
        7 pages
  62 Containers; Dishes, Bags, Baskets, n.d.
        75 pages
  63 Implements - Tools: Utensils (Spoons), n.d.
        60 pages
  64 Weapons, n.d.
        63 pages
  65 Material Culture - Miscell. - Glue-Dyes, n.d.
        9 pages
  66 Life Cycle: Before Birth, Birth, Naming and Names, Physical Care, Education, Vocational, Moral, Social Life, n.d.
        176 pages
  67 Genealogical Data, n.d.
        21 pages
  68 Names, n.d.
        15 pages
  69 Child's Rattle, n.d.
        54 pages
  70 Girl's Puberty Rite, n.d.
        11 pages
  71 Marriage - Position of Woman. Relationship terms, n.d.
        85 pages
  72 Cross Cousin Marriage, n.d.
        55 pages
  73 In-law Avoidances - Joking Relationship, n.d.
        22 pages
  74 Death, Burial, Mourning - Future Wife, n.d.
        73 pages
  75 Political Culture, n.d.
        46 pages
  76 Totemism, n.d.
        21 pages
  77 Intertribal Relations 1. Aboriqinas- Intermarriage-War-Other. 2. Whites, n.d.
        57 pages
  78 Economic Culture, n.d.
        73 pages
  79 Real Property - Family Hunting Grounds, n.d.
        240 pages
  80 Character - Morality - Emotions, n.d.
        66 pages
  81 Etiquette, n.d.
        13 pages
  82 Intelligence and Mental Culture, n.d.
        70 pages
  83 "Signs" and Communication, n.d.
        33 pages
  84 Play and Recreation, n.d.
        178 pages
  85 Smoking, n.d.
        33 pages
  86 Pets, n.d.
        9 pages
  87 Esihetic Culture Dance (cf. Recreation), Music - Musical Instruments, Decoration, n.d.
        62 pages
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Cabinet 1, Drawer 10 1 Untitled, n.d.
        32 pages
  2 Untitled, n.d.
        56 pages
  3 Population -Relationships, n.d.
        3 pages
  4 Population, n.d.
        12 pages
  5 Territorial Divisions, n.d.
        97 pages
  6 Tribal Names, n.d.
        32 pages
  7 Somatology, n.d.
        42 pages
  8 Somatology - incl. Diseases, n.d.
        6 pages
  9 Language, n.d.
        58 pages
  10 Archeology, n.d.
        10 pages
  11 Religion- Magic Folklore -Traditions Narratives, n.d.
        31 pages
  12 Man - Soul Future life- see "Life Cycle", n.d.
        6 pages
  13 Supreme Being - James Bay (mostly), n.d.
        340 pages
  14 Supreme Being and Tribal God, n.d.
        42 pages
  15 Naturistic Beings and Cult N.Wind and Winter Being Mts. and Rapids, n.d.
        21 pages
  16 Bear Chief, n.d.
        24 pages
  17 Bear Ceremonial (cf also "Hunting Observances"), n.d.
        150 pages
  18 Animal Chiefs, n.d.
        20 pages
  19 Hunting Observances- (Food Taboos)- cf also "Bear Ceremonialism" and "Magic" and "Divination", n.d.
        203 pages
  20 Magic - Bezoar, n.d.
        24 pages
  21 Magic - Foetal Inclusions, n.d.
        57 pages
  22 Weather Magic, n.d.
        55 pages
  23 Adolescent Rite - Boy and Girls, n.d.
        67 pages
  24 Magic - Conjuring, n.d.
        228 pages
  25 Religion - Sacrifice, n.d.
        55 pages
  26 Whiskey Jack, n.d.
        13 pages
  27 Witako - Windigo, n.d.
        112 pages
  28 Feast and Festivals, n.d.
        3 pages
  29 Eat-all Feast, n.d.
        53 pages
  30 Sweat Lodge, n.d.
        21 pages
  31 Religious Activities and Beliefs - Miscellaneous, n.d.
        10 pages
  32 Magic - Cradle Charms, n.d.
        37 pages
  33 Magic - Miscell., n.d.
        10 pages
  34 Magic - Medicine (Magical and "Natural"), n.d.
        69 pages
  35 Taboos, n.d.
        41 pages
  36 Female - Taboos, n.d.
        17 pages
  37 Divination - Scapulimancy, n.d.
        100 pages
  38 Divination - Scrying, n.d.
        57 pages
  39 Divination - Miscell., n.d.
        67 pages
  40 Omens - Dreams, n.d.
        14 pages
  41 Omens - Miscellaneous, n.d.
        65 pages
  42 Fairies, n.d.
        19 pages
  43 Memegwecia, n.d.
        64 pages
  44 Pagok - Pagaskogan - Pagokogan, n.d.
        24 pages
  45 Thunderbird and Whirlwind Being and Horned Serpent, n.d.
        11 pages
  46 Wabanikiu - "White People" - Pakotci Ililu, n.d.
        10 pages
  47 Folklore, Traditions, Stories, Personal Narratives, n.d.
        32 pages
  48 Untitled, n.d.
        39 pages
  49 Untitled, n.d.
        264 pages
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Cabinet 1, Drawer 11 1 GROS VENTR, n.d.
        499 pages
  2 G.V. - Field Notes - 1-99, 1939
        103 pages
  3 G.V. - Field Notes - 100-199, 1939
        104 pages
  4 G.V. - Field Notes - 200-299, 1939
        102 pages
  5 G.V. - Field Notes - 300-399, 1939
        102 pages
  6 G.V. - Field Notes - 400-499, 1939
        102 pages
  7 G.V. - Field Notes - 500-599, 1939
        106 pages
  8 G.V. - Field Notes - 600-699, 1939
        102 pages
  9 G.V. - Field Notes - 700-799, 1939
        108 pages
  10 G.V. - Field Notes - 800-899, 1939
        105 pages
  11 G.V. - Field Notes - 900-999, 1939
        103 pages
  12 G.V. - Field Notes - 1000-End, 1939
        80 pages
  13 Gros Ventre - Field Notes - JMC's - originals, 1940
        14 pages
  14 G.V. - Fieldnotes - 1-99, 1940
        101 pages
  15 G.V. - Fieldnotes - 100-199, 1940
        101 pages
  16 G.V. - Fieldnotes - 200-299, 1940
        99 pages
  17 G.V. - Fieldnotes - 300-399, 1940
        102 pages
  18 G.V. - Fieldnotes - 400-499, 1940
        101 pages
  19 G.V. - Fieldnotes - 500-599, 1940
        96 pages
  20 G.V. - Fieldnotes - 600-693 - Specimens, 1940
        104 pages
  21 Sacred Pipes, n.d.
        89 pages
  22 Sacred Lodges, n.d.
        19 pages
  23 Ancestral Helpers and Power, n.d.
        30 pages
  24 Miscell. Rites and Observations, n.d.
        39 pages
  25 Soul and Future Life, n.d.
        8 pages
  26 Faith, Skeptcism, "Piety", Tolerance- Religion - Morality- Affective Allitudes, n.d.
        10 pages
  27 Relative Importance - Elements - Themes, n.d.
        10 pages
  28 Informants - Other person - Ages, Etc., n.d.
        20 pages
  29 History of G.V. (a) Mission (b) Secular, n.d.
        9 pages
  30 Miscellaneous: Social, Technologies, Lingustic, Ect., n.d.
        22 pages
  31 Sources - G.V., n.d.
        130 pages
  32 Index - Gros Ventre - Non Relig. - Non-Social - 1940 - Individuals, 1939-40
        2 pages
  33 Untitled, n.d.
        10 pages
  34 Photos - G.V. - Grass Dance - Adoption, 1940
        14 pages
  35 Notes from Sifton MS, n.d.
        82 pages
  36 G.V. - Linguistic Data, n.d.
        630 pages
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Cabinet 1, Drawer 12 1 Mackenzie, R. - Trip, 1931
        325 pages
  2 Seneca - Tonawanda, 1936
        165 pages
  3 Field notes - JMC - Papago and Yuma, 1938
        69 pages
  4 Field Notes - JMC - Sinka'et ku (Wash.), 1938
        117 pages
  5 Field Notes - JMC - Kalispel (Mont.), 1938
        81 pages
  6 Field Notes - (A) Blackfoot (B) Assiniboine, 1938
        28 pages
  7 Miscellaneous Addresses by JMC, n.d.
        3 pages
  8 Tete de Boule - Miscell, Addresses, Ect., n.d.
        81 pages
  9 Addresses - Miscell. - Rainy R. - Lofwoods, 1928
        43 pages
  10 Addresses, Etc., 1926
        96 pages
  11 Addresses, Articles Promised (by JMC to JMC), 1927
        41 pages
  12 Algonguian - Sources, n.d.
        290 pages
  13 T. de B., 1926-27
        122 pages
  14 Program Notes - Albany - Obidjuan, 1927
        162 pages
  15 Indian Land Rights - Obidjuan, n.d.
        6 pages
  16 Sweden - Lapps, 1924
        2 pages
  17 Dene and Gits'Kan - Addresses, etc., n.d.
        18 pages
  18 Dene - Sources, n.d.
        90 pages
  19 Recreation, n.d.
        13 pages
  20 Birth Control, n.d.
        8 pages
  21 Miscellan - Social (Socioli), n.d.
        43 pages
  22 Anthropology, n.d.
        111 pages
  23 Anthropology - Relations to Sociology, Philosophy, Missiology, n.d.
        99 pages
  24 Untitled, n.d.
        1 page
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Cabinet 1, Drawer 14 1 Tete de Boule - Field Notes, 1931
        13 pages
  2 Plains - MacKenzie - Areas, 1931
        3 pages
  3 Addresses and Miscell. - Montane-Mackenzie Areas, 1931
        81 pages
  4 Moose Factory- Field Notes (Cult. Ling. ) Taken at Moose F., 1932
        326 pages
  5 Untitled, n.d.
        53 pages
  6 Untitled, n.d.
        482 pages
  7 Untitled, n.d.
        88 pages
  8 Untitled, n.d.
        114 pages
  9 Untitled, n.d.
        6 pages
  10 Untitled, n.d.
        16 pages
  11 Untitled, n.d.
        6 pages
  12 Untitled, n.d.
        29 pages
  13 Untitled, n.d.
        319 pages
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Cabinet 1, Drawer 15 1 Topical - Alb. - M - Obid, n.d.
        11 pages
  2 General - Suggestions for Write-up (Itinerary), n.d.
        87 pages
  3 Abbrevations - Key, n.d.
        72 pages
  4 Informants and Abbreviations, n.d.
        9 pages
  5 Environment: Albany R. - Albany-Moose, n.d.
        14 pages
  6 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - A, n.d.
        13 pages
  7 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - B, n.d.
        14 pages
  8 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - C, n.d.
        50 pages
  9 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - D, n.d.
        36 pages
  10 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - E, n.d.
        4 pages
  11 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - E, n.d.
        25 pages
  12 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - G, n.d.
        7 pages
  13 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - H, n.d.
        50 pages
  14 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - I, n.d.
        2 pages
  15 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - J, n.d.
        62 pages
  16 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - K, n.d.
        5 pages
  17 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - L, n.d.
        19 pages
  18 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - M, n.d.
        57 pages
  19 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - O, n.d.
        3 pages
  20 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - P, n.d.
        28 pages
  21 Canadian Anthrop. Note - Q, n.d.
        37 pages
  22 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - R, n.d.
        30 pages
  23 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - S, n.d.
        19 pages
  24 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - T, n.d.
        58 pages
  25 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - U, n.d.
        7 pages
  26 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - V, n.d.
        2 pages
  27 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - W, n.d.
        10 pages
  28 Canadian Anthrop. Notes - Y, n.d.
        5 pages
  29 Museum Material, n.d.
        6 pages
  30 James Bay - Missions - Catholic, n.d.
        56 pages
  31 James Bay- Missions- Wesleyen - Anglican, n.d.
        68 pages
  32 Tribal Divisions and Territory, n.d.
        95 pages
  33 General Relationships - Canada, n.d.
        11 pages
  34 Somatology, n.d.
        21 pages
  35 Language, n.d.
        21 pages
  36 Intelligence - Intell. Culture, n.d.
        15 pages
  37 Signs, Seasons, Time Reckoning, Monihs, Stars, n.d.
        30 pages
  38 Education, n.d.
        14 pages
  39 Supreme Being- Montagnais - Naskapi, n.d.
        34 pages
  40 Supreme Being - York Factory - Western Cree - James Bay Cree, n.d.
        64 pages
  41 Supreme Being - Ojibwa (Dene), n.d.
        23 pages
  42 Religious Culture - General, n.d.
        240 pages
  43 Medicine and Medicine Men, n.d.
        125 pages
  44 Lecanomancy and Scapulimancy, n.d.
        119 pages
  45 Soul, Survival, Death, Burial, Mourning, n.d.
        101 pages
  46 Myths and Traditions, n.d.
        50 pages
  47 Hunting Observances and Food Taboos, n.d.
        31 pages
  48 Bezoar Study - JMC, n.d.
        202 pages
  49 Moral Culture, n.d.
        92 pages
  50 Customs - Social etc., n.d.
        33 pages
  51 Domestic Culture, n.d.
        139 pages
  52 Adolescent rites - Boys- Girls 1st Menstr. - Water menses, n.d.
        38 pages
  53 Circumcision, n.d.
        5 pages
  54 Names and Naming, n.d.
        12 pages
  55 Political Culture, n.d.
        112 pages
  56 Totemism, n.d.
        15 pages
  57 Recreative Culture (Incl. Eslhetic - Music- Art - Dance - Song), n.d.
        75 pages
  58 Economic Culture, n.d.
        73 pages
  59 Material Culture - General, n.d.
        192 pages
  60 Mat. Cult. - Hunting - Agricult. -Nomadic - Sedentary- Limits, n.d.
        9 pages
  61 Mat. Cult: Food, Foodgetting, Preparation, n.d.
        72 pages
  62 Mat. Cult. - Dress and Adornment, n.d.
        64 pages
  63 Mat. Cult. - Shelter, n.d.
        26 pages
  64 Mat. Cult. Transportation, n.d.
        33 pages
  65 Weapons and Tools, n.d.
        26 pages
  66 Mat. Culture - Pottery, n.d.
        7 pages
  67 Mat. Culture - Cradle, n.d.
        4 pages
  68 Bitten Bark Patterns, n.d.
        2 pages
  69 Miscell. Notes on "Hiss" or "Rustle" of Auroia Borealis, n.d.
        23 pages
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Cabinet 1, Drawer 16 1 Flora and Fauna, n.d.
        44 pages
  2 Territiorial Divisions, n.d.
        118 pages
  3 Tribal - (Intratribal, Intertribal) Relations incl. (War-Intermar.) Popul. Tribal Names, n.d.
        29 pages
  4 Somatology, n.d.
        43 pages
  5 Language, n.d.
        92 pages
  6 Religion - Magic - Folklore - Traditions - Narratives, n.d.
        14 pages
  7 Supreme Being and Tribal God, n.d.
        144 pages
  8 Naturistic Beings and Cult - N.Wind to Winter being - Mts. and Rapids, n.d.
        33 pages
  9 Bear Ceremonial (Ca also "Hunting Observances"), n.d.
        32 pages
  10 Animal Chiefs, n.d.
        7 pages
  11 Hunting Observances (Food Taboos) CP - also "Bear Ceremonialism" and "Magic" and "Divination", n.d.
        69 pages
  12 Magic Bezoar, n.d.
        33 pages
  13 Magic -Foetal inclusions, n.d.
        6 pages
  14 Weather Magic, n.d.
        11 pages
  15 Adolescent Rite - Boy and Girl, n.d.
        18 pages
  16 Girl's Puberty Rite, n.d.
        33 pages
  17 Magic - Conjuring, n.d.
        125 pages
  18 Religion - Sacrifice, n.d.
        53 pages
  19 Feasts amd Festivals, n.d.
        34 pages
  20 Eat - All Feast, n.d.
        5 pages
  21 Sweat Lodge, n.d.
        26 pages
  22 Religious Activities - Miscellaneous and Beliefs, n.d.
        14 pages
  23 Magic - Cradle Charms, n.d.
        3 pages
  24 Magic - Miscell., n.d.
        19 pages
  25 Magic - Medicine (Magical) and ("Natural"), n.d.
        40 pages
  26 Taboos, n.d.
        31 pages
  27 Female Taboos, n.d.
        14 pages
  28 Divination - Scapulimancy, n.d.
        8 pages
  29 Divination - Scrying, n.d.
        42 pages
  30 Divination - Miscell., n.d.
        4 pages
  31 Omens - Dreams, n.d.
        18 pages
  32 Omens - Miscell., n.d.
        7 pages
  33 Whiskey Jack, n.d.
        7 pages
  34 Witako - Windigo, n.d.
        21 pages
  35 Fairies, n.d.
        8 pages
  36 Memegwicios, n.d.
        4 pages
  37 Pagak - Pagaskogan -Pagakogan, n.d.
        9 pages
  38 Thunderbird and Whirlwind Being and Horned Serpent, n.d.
        4 pages
  39 Folk-lore - Traditions - Stories - Personal Narratives, n.d.
        76 pages
  40 Child - Before Birth - Birth - Naming and Names - Physical Care - Education (Vocational, Moral) Social Life, n.d.
        113 pages
  41 Names, n.d.
        12 pages
  42 Child's Rattle, n.d.
        4 pages
  43 Marriage - Position of Woman. Relationship terms, n.d.
        234 pages
  44 Cross-Cousin Marriage, n.d.
        5 pages
  45 In-law Avoidances and Joking Relationship, n.d.
        168 pages
  46 Death - Burial - Mourning - Future life, n.d.
        10 pages
  47 Totemism, n.d.
        20 pages
  48 Political Culture, n.d.
        141 pages
  49 Economic Culture, n.d.
        44 pages
  50 Real Property - Family Hunting Grounds, n.d.
        58 pages
  51 Social Customs, n.d.
        35 pages
  52 Character - Morality - Emotions, n.d.
        203 pages
  53 Etiquette, n.d.
        15 pages
  54 Intelligence and Mental Culture, n.d.
        42 pages
  55 "Signs" and Communication, n.d.
        31 pages
  56 Play and Recreation, n.d.
        86 pages
  57 Smoking, n.d.
        48 pages
  58 Pets, n.d.
        5 pages
  59 Esthetic Culture (Dance (cp. Recreation) - Music - Musical Instruments - Decoration), n.d.
        44 pages
  60 Food - A Food-Getting (Hunting, Fishing), n.d.
        157 pages
  61 Food - B (Kinds, Preservation, Preperation), n.d.
        162 pages
  62 Fire - Making and Illumination, n.d.
        36 pages
  63 Shelter, n.d.
        97 pages
  64 Clothing (Incl. Snowshoes - Skin Dressing), n.d.
        131 pages
  65 Adornment, n.d.
        141 pages
  66 Transportation (Land - Water), n.d.
        145 pages
  67 Textiles (String Sewing), n.d.
        19 pages
  68 Pottery, n.d.
        9 pages
  69 Containers - Dishes - Bags - Baskets, n.d.
        43 pages
  70 Implements and Tools : Utensils (spoons), n.d.
        49 pages
  71 Weapons, n.d.
        79 pages
  72 Material Culture - Miscell., n.d.
        9 pages
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Cabinet 2, Drawer 1 1 Alcoh. Bev. Plan, n.d.
        13 pages
  2 Alcoh.Beverages - Sources - Most Consulted, n.d.
        325 pages
  3 Alcoh. Bev. - Sources - Consulted Bibliogr. Sheets only, n.d.
        19 pages
  4 Alcoh. Bev. - Note on Work-Up of Data, n.d.
        7 pages
  5 Sources - "Looked Up But Not Accessible", n.d.
        7 pages
  6 Alcoh. Bev. - General Notes, n.d.
        23 pages
  7 Alcoh Bev. - Disstillation, n.d.
        34 pages
  8 Alcoh. Bev. - Europe and Medit. Area, n.d.
        54 pages
  9 Alcoh. Ber. - Lower Nomads, n.d.
        34 pages
  10 Alcoh. Bev. Atlantic Coast N Amer., n.d.
        2 pages
  11 Alcoh. Bev. N. and S. America, n.d.
        9 pages
  12 Alcoh. Bev. N. America (Excl. Calif.), n.d.
        66 pages
  13 Alcoh. Bev. - California, n.d.
        24 pages
  14 Alcoh. Bev. Asia (and Wapps), n.d.
        291 pages
  15 Alcoh. Bev. - Australia and Tasmania, n.d.
        35 pages
  16 Alcoh. Bev.- Indonesia, n.d.
        154 pages
  17 Alcoh. Bev. New Guinea, n.d.
        59 pages
  18 Alcoh. Bev. - Melanesia, n.d.
        30 pages
  19 Alcoh. Bev. - Micronesia, n.d.
        76 pages
  20 Alcoh. Bev. Polynesia, n.d.
        75 pages
  21 Alcoh. Bev. - Africa, n.d.
        122 pages
  22 Refrences and Notes in MS., n.d.
        50 pages
  23 Snares, Deadfalls, Traps - CUA- A's 5 - Date from Sources, n.d.
        53 pages
  24 Introduction, n.d.
        30 pages
  25 Traps - Terminology, n.d.
        27 pages
  26 Traps - Snares-General, n.d.
        54 pages
  27 Traps - Pole Snare, n.d.
        29 pages
  28 Traps. Crozier (W. Jack), n.d.
        31 pages
  29 Traps. - Snare with Clog, n.d.
        11 pages
  30 Traps. Caraboo and Moose -Snares and Fences, n.d.
        17 pages
  31 Whiskey Jack "House Snare", n.d.
        2 pages
  32 Rabbit Snares - Spring- pole, n.d.
        4 pages
  33 Lynx - Spring - Pole Snare, n.d.
        8 pages
  34 Bear Snares - (Choke-Toss), n.d.
        6 pages
  35 Deadfalls - General, n.d.
        6 pages
  36 Traps- Figure 4, n.d.
        35 pages
  37 Traps - Samson Post Deadfall, n.d.
        118 pages
  38 Traps- Deadfalls (other than Samson post), n.d.
        46 pages
  39 Traps. Eur. (Rat.) Trap, n.d.
        11 pages
  40 Traps. Beaver Spear Downfall, n.d.
        2 pages
  41 Traps - Beaver Door Trap, n.d.
        2 pages
  42 Traps - Pitfalls, n.d.
        26 pages
  43 Traps - Bird Net and oher bird catching devices, n.d.
        14 pages
  44 Traps - Miscell. Beavers and otter net - Fish hook -(Hearey's age), n.d.
        11 pages
  45 Traps - Notes from Sirelius, hehtisalo, n.d.
        59 pages
  46 Waguh - Teit - MSS -, n.d.
        47 pages
  47 Field Notes - Traps - Regina Flennery - CE Schaeffer, n.d.
        10 pages
  48 Traps- Refrences - Looked up or not accessible, n.d.
        184 pages
  49 Traps. Refrences - To Be Looked Up, n.d.
        34 pages
  50 Traps. Bibliogr. Sheets, n.d.
        161 pages
  51 Footnotes Etc., n.d.
        3 pages
  52 So. Amer. Traps - Sources, n.d.
        87 pages
  53 Miscell. Notes, n.d.
        20 pages
  54 Animal and Bird Traps - Pole, Ground, and Tether Snares, n.d.
        28 pages
  55 Spring - Pole Snares, n.d.
        41 pages
  56 DeadFalls, n.d.
        36 pages
  57 Fell Traps (Basket, Cage, Box, Etc.), n.d.
        29 pages
  58 Guillotine and Automatic Traps, n.d.
        16 pages
  59 Pitfalls, n.d.
        15 pages
  60 Hunting Nets, n.d.
        9 pages
  61 Miscell. - Bird Lime, Gorge Hooks, Funnel Traps, Etc., n.d.
        12 pages
  62 Spring Hook and Spring Basket Traps, n.d.
        23 pages
  63 Cylinder Fell and Conico - Cylindrical Traps, n.d.
        15 pages
  64 Nets, Night - Lines, Etc., n.d.
        18 pages
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Cabinet 2, Drawer 2 1 I. Property and Ownership. 1. Facts el. Hand Tenure in Trod., n.d.
        2 pages
  2 I. Property 7 Ownership Land Tenure - Introduction, n.d.
        152 pages
  3 d) Land Tenure - Aboriginality of Family Hunt. Gr. System, n.d.
        29 pages
  4 Aboriginality Alg. Fam. Hunt. Gr. Syst: Refrences - Notes, n.d.
        93 pages
  5 A) Land tenure (1) Marginals- Rest of N. America, n.d.
        2 pages
  6 A) Land tenure (1) Marginals - N. Amer. - Eskimo, n.d.
        12 pages
  7 A) Land tenure (1) Marginals - N. Amer. - NW Coast, n.d.
        28 pages
  8 A) Land tenure (1) Marginals - N. Amer. - Wash. Oregon Coestal, n.d.
        19 pages
  9 A) Land Tenure 10 Marginals. N. Amer. - California, n.d.
        71 pages
  10 A) Land Tenure 1) Marginals- N. Amer. - Plateau, n.d.
        37 pages
  11 A) Land Tenure (1) Marginals - N. Amer. Great Basin, n.d.
        39 pages
  12 A) Land tenure (1) Marginals - N.Amer. - N. Athabaskans, n.d.
        44 pages
  13 A) Land Tenure (1) Marginals - N. Amer. - N. Algonquians, n.d.
        11 pages
  14 A) Land Tenure (1) Marginals - N.Amer. - Plains, n.d.
        12 pages
  15 A) Land Tenure (1) Marginals - South America, n.d.
        12 pages
  16 A) Land Tenure (1) Marginal (and Hunters) - Old World, n.d.
        92 pages
  17 A) Land Tenure (2) Pastoral Cultures (cf. also "Siberia" under "Marginals O.W."), n.d.
        73 pages
  18 A) Land Tenure Agricult. Peoples - N. Amer., n.d.
        40 pages
  19 A) Land Tenure Agricult. Peoples - S. Amer., n.d.
        10 pages
  20 A) Land Tenure Agricult. Peoples. Africa, n.d.
        149 pages
  21 A) Land Tenure Agricult. Peoples - Asia, n.d.
        17 pages
  22 A) Land Tenure Agricult. Peoples. Oceania incl. New Guinea, n.d.
        104 pages
  23 A) Land Tenure Agricult. Peoples. Europe., n.d.
        3 pages
  24 A) Land Tenure - Factors, n.d.
        76 pages
  25 A) Land Tenure Bibliography - Consulted, n.d.
        6 pages
  26 A) Land Tenure Bibliography - Not Consulted, n.d.
        84 pages
  27 Sources, n.d.
        99 pages
  28 Miscellaneous Notes, n.d.
        23 pages
  29 Europe, n.d.
        14 pages
  30 South America, n.d.
        76 pages
  31 Africa, n.d.
        195 pages
  32 Arabs and Hebrews (incl. Babylonia), n.d.
        13 pages
  33 Persia, n.d.
        7 pages
  34 India (Civilized), n.d.
        22 pages
  35 India (Native Tribes) S.,C., No., n.d.
        32 pages
  36 Tibet, n.d.
        8 pages
  37 Burmah, Indo, China, Siam, n.d.
        22 pages
  38 Malay Peninsula, n.d.
        18 pages
  39 China, n.d.
        23 pages
  40 Corea, n.d.
        12 pages
  41 Japan (incl. Ainu), n.d.
        49 pages
  42 Northern Asia (incl. Wapps), n.d.
        63 pages
  43 Indonesia, n.d.
        134 pages
  44 Oceania, n.d.
        30 pages
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Cabinet 2, Drawer 3 1 American Negro, n.d.
        69 pages
  2 Sources, n.d.
        92 pages
  3 Bibliography - Alphab. Order, n.d.
        20 pages
  4 Introduction, n.d.
        48 pages
  5 Africa to America (1) Whence drawn 1) Regions, n.d.
        33 pages
  6 Africa to America (1) Whence drawn 1) Classes, n.d.
        33 pages
  7 Africa to America (1) Whence drawn 2) Classes, n.d.
        18 pages
  8 Africa to America (2) Transit - Losses, n.d.
        99 pages
  9 Africa to America (3) Whither 1. Statistics 2. Areas 3. Treatment and Reactions, n.d.
        31 pages
  10 Culture A. (1) Economic - Food, Land, n.d.
        27 pages
  11 Culture (1) Econ. (G Esifetic)- Practical and Fine Arts, n.d.
        45 pages
  12 Culture (2) Literature and Science, n.d.
        45 pages
  13 Culture (3) Socio-Political, n.d.
        45 pages
  14 Culture (4) Megico- religious, n.d.
        12 pages
  15 Culture - (1) Survivals in America (2) Acculturation, n.d.
        101 pages
  16 Mentality and Personality, n.d.
        12 pages
  17 Survival, n.d.
        23 pages
  18 Exam QQ, n.d.
        10 pages
  19 North -East. Ind. - Interpret. - 1942- Bibliography, n.d.
        99 pages
  20 NE Ind. Interp. 1942 Footnotes, n.d.
        152 pages
  21 NE Ind. Interpr. 1942 "Snowshoe Culture", n.d.
        111 pages
  22 JMC Comparative No. Algon. Traits, n.d.
        353 pages
  23 JMC Comparative Notes on Northern Algon Traits, n.d.
        325 pages
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Cabinet 2, Drawer 4 1 Untitled, n.d.
        54 pages
  2 Moral Origins, n.d.
        13 pages
  3 Moral Culture - Sources, n.d.
        20 pages
  4 Moral Culture - Definitions, Divisions, n.d.
        74 pages
  5 Moral Culture Intod. and Outline Illustrat. : Cree, Isneq (Cf. Vanoverbergh), Babylon (Cf. Jastrow), n.d.
        90 pages
  6 Duties to God and Supernal Beings, n.d.
        15 pages
  7 Moral Culture - Charity and General Character Miscel. Notes, n.d.
        68 pages
  8 Moral Culture - Charity 1) Generosity (7) Hospitality, n.d.
        28 pages
  9 Moral Culture - Charity 2) Gratitude, n.d.
        22 pages
  10 Moral Culture - Charity 3)Care of Ill, n.d.
        19 pages
  11 Moral Culture - Human Life - Infanticide, n.d.
        47 pages
  12 Moral Culture - Human Life - Aged, n.d.
        24 pages
  13 Moral Culture - Human Life - Suicide, n.d.
        47 pages
  14 Moral Culture - Human Life - Head Hunting, n.d.
        51 pages
  15 Moral Culture - Human Life - Human Sacrifice, n.d.
        38 pages
  16 Moral Culture - Human Life - Cannibalism, n.d.
        79 pages
  17 Moral Culture - Human Life - War- Blood Revenge, n.d.
        12 pages
  18 Moral Culture - The Family, Marriage, Chastity, More - Parent-Child, Husband-Wife, n.d.
        23 pages
  19 Domestic Culture - Chastity, Modesty, N Australian Problem, n.d.
        214 pages
  20 Moral Culture - Justice - Honesty (Incl. Gambling), n.d.
        13 pages
  21 Moral Culture - Justice - Truth Fulness, n.d.
        39 pages
  22 Moral Culture - Justice: Good Name 1) Good Name 1) Backbiting 2) Calumny Honor - Insult, n.d.
        14 pages
  23 Moral Culture - Justice - Temperance, n.d.
        9 pages
  24 Moral Culture - Generalization, n.d.
        35 pages
  25 Moral Culture - Interpret. - Factors of Code (Content, Extent), n.d.
        30 pages
  26 Moral Culture - Interpret. - Factors of Behaviour (Msr. Piel. Social), n.d.
        108 pages
  27 Morality and Religion, n.d.
        6 pages
  28 Moral Culture - Sense of Obligation, n.d.
        6 pages
  29 Morality and Natural Law, n.d.
        9 pages
  30 Morality - Interpretation - Time Perspective, n.d.
        216 pages
  31 Religious Culture Facts, n.d.
        23 pages
  32 Rel. Origins - Gen. Plan of Course, n.d.
        88 pages
  33 Religious Culture - Sources, n.d.
        42 pages
  34 Definitions - Divisions, n.d.
        16 pages
  35 Rel. Culture - Psychic Background - 1. Affective and Conative, n.d.
        22 pages
  36 Rel. Culture - Psychic Background 2. Cognitive, n.d.
        73 pages
  37 Rel. Culture - Pre-literate Peoples - Type illustrations, n.d.
        14 pages
  38 Rel. Cult. - Magic, n.d.
        33 pages
  39 Manism, n.d.
        22 pages
  40 Rel. Cult. - Mana, n.d.
        55 pages
  41 Animism, n.d.
        54 pages
  42 Supreme Beings - Higher Unciv. Peoples - Asia and Indonesia, n.d.
        36 pages
  43 Supreme Beings - Higher Uncivilized Peoples - Africa, n.d.
        50 pages
  44 Supreme Beings - Higher Unciv. Peoples - Melan, Micron, Polynes, n.d.
        14 pages
  45 Supreme Beings - Higher Unciv. Peoples - America, n.d.
        42 pages
  46 Supreme Beings - Higher Unciv. Peoples - Early Indo - European, n.d.
        7 pages
  47 Supreme Beings - Higher Unciv. Peoples - Early Indo-European, n.d.
        7 pages
  48 Supr. Beings - Higher Unciv. Peoples - Miscell. Notes, n.d.
        47 pages
  49 Supr. Beings - Civilized Peoples, n.d.
        3 pages
  50 Attitudes (Affective), n.d.
        8 pages
  51 Cult - Prayer, n.d.
        12 pages
  52 Cult - Miscell. Rites, n.d.
        17 pages
  53 Religion - Functions in Individual Society, n.d.
        5 pages
  54 Religion - Conditioning Factors, n.d.
        14 pages
  55 Religion - Temporal Sequence, n.d.
        44 pages
  56 Relgion - Temporal Sequence - Transtition to "Urban Civilization", n.d.
        51 pages
  57 Religion - Precedence and Orgin - A. Precedence, n.d.
        55 pages
  58 Precedence - Factors in Shift of Emphasis, n.d.
        48 pages
  59 Mythology, n.d.
        4 pages
  60 Death, Burial, Future Life, n.d.
        132 pages
  61 Lower Nomads in General, n.d.
        42 pages
  62 S. America - Fuegians, Borocudos and Caingangs, n.d.
        52 pages
  63 Andamanese, n.d.
        82 pages
  64 Malay Pen. Semang - Saki - Jakun, n.d.
        47 pages
  65 Philippine Negrilos, n.d.
        39 pages
  66 N.Guinea Pygmies, n.d.
        12 pages
  67 Africa - Pygmies, n.d.
        77 pages
  68 Africa - Bushmen, n.d.
        46 pages
  69 Veddas - Toalas, n.d.
        18 pages
  70 Punans - Kubu - Sakei, n.d.
        14 pages
  71 Tasmanians, n.d.
        10 pages
  72 Australia, n.d.
        118 pages
  73 Religious Culture - Precedence - Origins, n.d.
        20 pages
  74 Religion - Precedence and Origin - Origins - Natural Gods, Cult, Morality, Myths, n.d.
        40 pages
  75 Religion - Origins (2) Supernatural - Primitive Revelation, n.d.
        37 pages
  76 General Conclusions of Course, n.d.
        8 pages
  77 Primitive Religion - Denver - Cath. Biblical Assoc. of America (10th Meeting) - Biblical Summer School, 1926, 1947
        165 pages
                       
Series 2: Field Notes of Regina F. Herzfeld, 1939-1940 (2 boxes)
This series contains information on the traditions, culture, language, and territories of the Cree as observed by Regina F. Herzfeld.
Box Folder
Cabinet 1, Drawer 3 1 North Shore Lake Huron - Hunting and Horticulture, n.d.
        40 pages
  2 No. Shore - Hunting Observances, Supreme Being, n.d.
        88 pages
  3 No. Shore Lake Huron - Manitoulin Island - Biographical, 1939
        145 pages
  4 No. Shore - Recreative, n.d.
        17 pages
  5 No. Shore - Omens, Premonitions, Weather, Magic, n.d.
        13 pages
  6 No. Shore - Folklore, n.d.
        18 pages
  7 No. Shore - Material Culture, n.d.
        143 pages
  8 No. Shore - Social Culture - Life Cycle, Sib, War, Political, n.d.
        21 pages
  9 Moose Factory, 1938
        8 pages
  10 No. Shore - L. Huron, 1940
        461 pages
  11 RF - Informants - Moose Factory, n.d.
        2 pages
  12 RF - Observations. Kinship - Reckoning of Descent. Kinship - Terminology. Kinship - Behavior, n.d.
        17 pages
  13 Marriage - Definition. Prohibited - Incest, n.d.
        25 pages
  14 Mr. and Mrs. Dick, n.d.
        17 pages
  15 Mrs. Hunter, n.d.
        61 pages
  16 Mrs. Loutitt, n.d.
        74 pages
  17 Ruby McLeod, n.d.
        95 pages
  18 Willie McLeod, n.d.
        44 pages
  19 Sally Minister, n.d.
        38 pages
  20 Jane Morrison, n.d.
        292 pages
  21 Easter Sabatim, n.d.
        127 pages
  22 Jeannette and Daughter, Dinah Williams, n.d.
        54 pages
  23 Father Saindon, n.d.
        8 pages
  24 Ellen Smallboy, n.d.
        685 pages
  25 Christina Nee Smallboy, n.d.
        15 pages
  26 Hannah Smallboy, n.d.
        10 pages
  27 Simon Smallboy, n.d.
        15 pages
  28 Simon Smallboy Jr., n.d.
        18 pages
  29 Patrick Stevens, n.d.
        3 pages
  30 Mrs. Patrick Stevens, n.d.
        57 pages
  31 Madeline Sutherland, n.d.
        40 pages
  32 Charlotte Sutherland, n.d.
        30 pages
  33 Bab Wesley, n.d.
        148 pages
  34 John Zachery, n.d.
        22 pages
  35 Margaret Blackned, n.d.
        145 pages
  36 Alice Earless, n.d.
        145 pages
  37 Tommy Jacob, n.d.
        110 pages
  38 Anderson Jolly, n.d.
        47 pages
  39 Nancy Katabetuk, n.d.
        35 pages
  40 Simon Katebetuk, n.d.
        152 pages
  41 William Katabetuk, n.d.
        16 pages
  42 Emma Kitchen, n.d.
        153 pages
  43 Edward Nemegus, n.d.
        189 pages
  44 Mary Salt, n.d.
        20 pages
  45 Robert Stevens, n.d.
        120 pages
  46 Mrs. Stevens, n.d.
        137 pages
  47 Maude Watt, n.d.
        5 pages
  48 Harriet Whiskeyjohn, n.d.
        40 pages
  49 Caroline Canoc, n.d.
        57 pages
  50 Louisa Djiso and Emily Wobiabinigan, n.d.
        55 pages
  51 Charles Manaboc, n.d.
        29 pages
  52 Mrs. Mark, n.d.
        6 pages
  53 Sarah John, n.d.
        79 pages
  54 Harriet Matthew, n.d.
        60 pages
  55 Granny Sam, n.d.
        28 pages
  56 Maggie Thom, n.d.
        37 pages
  57 Jane Thomas, n.d.
        20 pages
  58 Mike Boyer and his Wife Angeline, n.d.
        15 pages
  59 Joe Blackbird, n.d.
        13 pages
  60 Mrs. Cecile Jabokoan, n.d.
        8 pages
  61 Mrs. Jacko, n.d.
        47 pages
  62 Louise Medweac and her Son, Frank Simon, n.d.
        26 pages
  63 Mrs. J. Wakegijig, n.d.
        31 pages
  64 Albert Jacko, n.d.
        13 pages
  65 Davey John and Mrs. Davey John, n.d.
        92 pages
  66 Charles Sanobert, n.d.
        16 pages
  67 Wm. Toulouse, n.d.
        85 pages
  68 Madeleine Baywa, n.d.
        21 pages
  69 Mrs. Burnett, n.d.
        25 pages
  70 John Joe, n.d.
        14 pages
  71 Charles Sanobert, n.d.
        3 pages
Box Folder
Cabinet 1, Drawer 4 1 Sources - Comparative Material, n.d.
        116 pages
  2 Bradley 1831-69, 1831-69
        21 pages
  3 Carlin, 1832
        4 pages
  4 Chittenden, 1832-37, 1902
        20 pages
  5 Clark, 1881
        13 pages
  6 Cocking, Matthew, 1772-73
        29 pages
  7 Curtis, 1907
        120 pages
  8 De Smet [Fr Point], 1846
        20 pages
  9 Franchere, ca. 1810
        3 pages
  10 Gallatin, 1836
        10 pages
  11 Gregg, J., 1831-39
        7 pages
  12 Grinnell, 1913
        4 pages
  13 Gass, 1807
        4 pages
  14 Harmon, 1800-19
        24 pages
  15 Hayden, 1855
        44 pages
  16 Hendry, A. (Burpee), 1754-55
        8 pages
  17 Hendry, A. (Coues) [Younger], 1808-11
        48 pages
  18 Hoopes, 1849-60, 1932
        4 pages
  19 Hornaday, 1889
        30 pages
  20 Kelsey, n.d.
        9 pages
  21 Larocque, n.d.
        4 pages
  22 Lewis and Clark, 1806
        14 pages
  23 Mackenzie, A, 1789, 1773
        12 pages
  24 Mandelbaum, n.d.
        17 pages
  25 Maximilian, n.d.
        47 pages
  26 Mengarini, 1841-42
        2 pages
  27 Morton, 1870-71, 1939
        19 pages
  28 Saint-Pierre, 1750-51
        4 pages
  29 Shultz, JW, 1870
        9 pages
  30 Scott, 1907
        56 pages
  31 Umfreville, 1784-88
        9 pages
  32 Voorhis - NBC Fonts, n.d.
        8 pages
  33 Wissler, n.d.
        41 pages
  34 Untitled, n.d.
        176 pages
  35 Untitled, n.d.
        233 pages
  36 GV Notes (RF), 1940
        101 pages
  37 GV Notes (RF) 101-200, 1940
        103 pages
  38 GV Notes (RF) 201-300, 1940
        103 pages
  39 GV Notes (RF) 301-400, 1940
        104 pages
  40 GV Notes (RF) 401-500, 1940
        101 pages
  41 GV Notes (RF) 501-600, 1940
        102 pages
  42 GV Notes (RF) 601-691, 1940
        93 pages
  43 GV Notes (RF) 700-799, 1940
        92 pages
  44 GV Notes (RF) 900-999, 1940
        101 pages
  45 GV Notes (RF) 1000-1099, 1940
        103 pages
  46 GV Notes (RF) 1100-1199, 1940
        101 pages
  47 GV Notes (RF) 1200-1299, 1940
        103 pages
  48 GV Notes (RF) 1300-1399, 1940
        104 pages
  49 GV Notes (RF) 1400-1499, 1940
        101 pages
  50 GV Notes (RF) 1500-1599, 1940
        100 pages
  51 GV Notes (RF) 1600-1699, 1940
        102 pages
  52 GV Notes (RF) 1700-1799, 1940
        104 pages
  53 GV Notes (RF) 1800-1899, 1940
        102 pages
  54 GV Notes (RF) 1900-1699, 1940
        73 pages
  55 G-V - Linguistics, n.d.
        407 pages
                       
Series 3: Unprocessed, 1920-2006 (45 boxes)
This series contains computer disks, museum objects, teaching notes, correspondence, published material, and chapter and article drafts by both Cooper and Herzfeld. This finding aid lists only reformatted digital materials. For a complete inventory of the contents of this series, please email archives@mail.lib.cua.edu.
Box Folder
Disk 1 1 Aiyacec - Sam Iserhof - Rupert's House: np, 1938
        Document
        8 pages
  2 The Bear Skull - Albany Story - Harvey Smallboy - JMC Moose: 374-376, 1933
        Document
        3 pages
  3 Micimigis - Big Eagle - Harvey Smallboy - JMC Moose: 421-430 , 1933
        Document
        8 pages
  4 PJ: "The Water-Hen" - Harvey Smallboy - JMC Moose: 119-122, n.d.
        Document
        14 pages
  5 Mistabeo Drives Away Men Stealing Fish and Bothering Traps - Simon K. - RF - Rupert's House: 977-982, 1938
        Document
        5 pages
  6 Mistca'ganac - Man Who Died and Came Back - Bab Wesley - RF Moose: 105 (1), 1933
        Document
        14 pages
  7 RFH 1/93 - James Bay Cree Folklore, n.d.
        Document
        14 pages
  8 Old Man Tries to Kill Son-in-Law - Smallboys - JMC - Moose Factory: No. 5, 1932
        Document
        7 pages
  9 PY: When Memegwecios Saw Man the First Time - Edward Nemegus - RF - Rupert's House: 796-798, 1938
        Document
        7 pages
  10 PJ: "The Journeys of Tcakabic" - John Dick - JMC - Moose: 1154-1164, 1933
        Document
        32 pages
  11 PJ: "The Whitigo Steals a baby and the Fox Woman Raises Him" - Mrs. Blackned - RF - Rupert House: 145-153, 1937
        Document
        6 pages

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Administrative Information

Related Material

Index Terms

Bibliography

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Field Notes of John M. Cooper, 1924-1940

Series 2: Field Notes of Regina F. Herzfeld, 1939-1940

Series 3: Unprocessed, 1920-2006

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