Letters, 1885-1888.


Letters, 1885-1888.

Letters from H. Kuhn, H. B. Cushman, Charles Bell and James Mooney, on the history of the Wichitas and the language of the Cherokees and the Choctaws. With the first letter is a three page signed transcript of Niastor, Chief of the Towaconie. On the fourth page is a newsclipping on "Hoboken," 1903 Mar 10.

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Niastor, Chief of the Touaconie.

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Cushman, H. B. (Horatio Bardwell), 1822-

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Mooney, James, 1861-1921

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James Mooney was the main speaker at the event. From the description of Address for the one hundredth anniversary of the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania 1979 [manuscript] (Historical Society of W Pennsylvania). WorldCat record id: 314404182 ...

Gatschet, Albert S. (Albert Samuel), 1832-1907

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J. N. B. Hewitt was an Iroquois Indian and ethnologist. From the guide to the Tuscarora Indian materials, 1883-1890, 1883-1890, (American Philosophical Society) Albert S. Gatschet, 1832-1907,was an American ethnologist. He was born in Switzerland and was trained as a linguist in the universities of Bern and Berlin. After his arrival in the United States, he was a pioneer in the scientific study of Native American languages. In 1877 he became ethnologist of the U.S. Geologica...

Kuhn, H.

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Bell, Charles, fl. 1885-1888.

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