C. Hart Merriam Collection of Native American Photographs, ca. 1890-1938

Processed by Lawrence Dinnean; revised finding aid by Terry Boom and Alyson Belcher.
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
1997

C. Hart Merriam Collection of Native American Photographs, ca. 1890-1938

Collection number: Microfilm: BANC FILM 2004

Originals: BANC PIC 1978.008--PIC

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Collection Summary

Collection Title: C. Hart Merriam Collection of Native American Photographs,
Date (inclusive): ca. 1890-1938
Collection Number: Microfilm: BANC FILM 2004

Originals: BANC PIC 1978.008--PIC
Extent: 4,462 items 1441 digital objects
Photographer: Merriam, C. Hart (Clinton Hart), 1855-1942
Repository: The Bancroft Library. University of California, Berkeley.
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Languages Represented: English

Information for Researchers

Access

Viewing prints available on microfilm. Use of originals only by permission of the Curator of Pictorial Collections.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to The Bancroft Library. All requests for permission to publish photographs must be submitted in writing to the Head of the Pictorial Division. Permission for publication is given on behalf of The Bancroft Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.
Copyright restrictions also apply to digital representations of the original materials. Use of digital files is restricted to research and educational purposes.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], by Heizer's number (e.g. A/1a/P1 no. 1), C. Hart Merriam collection of Native American photographs, BANC PIC 1978.008, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Digital Representations Available

Digital representations of selected original pictorial materials are available in the list of materials below. Digital image files were prepared from selected Library originals by the Library Photographic Service. Library originals were copied onto 35mm color transparency film; the film was scanned and transferred to Kodak Photo CD (by Custom Process); and the Photo CD files were color-corrected and saved in JFIF (JPEG) format for use as viewing files.

Related Material

Title: C. Hart Merriam pictorial collection:
Identifier/Call Number: BANC PIC 1980.023--PIC
Title: C. Hart Merriam papers:
Identifier/Call Number: BANC MSS 80/18 c
and
Identifier/Call Number: BANC MSS 83/129 c
(both available on microfilm only)
Title: Florence Merriam Bailey papers:
Identifier/Call Number: BANC MSS 79/139 c
and
Identifier/Call Number: BANC MSS 82/46 z
Merriam's home and field journals, 1873-1938, and other papers are located at the Library of Congress, Manuscripts Division.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

The C. Hart Merriam collection of Indian photographs was transferred from the Dept. of Anthropology in 1977.

Scope and Content

The photographs in this collection accompanied a collection of material described by Robert Heizer in his "Catalogue of the C. Hart Merriam Collection of Data Concerning California Tribes and Other American Indians." (This manuscript collection is available on microfilm with call number BANC FILM 1022.) Heizer's guide arranged the photographs by tribe, according to a system devised for the manuscripts. This arrangement is described below. In 1978 Lawrence Dinnean, Pictorial Curator of The Bancroft Library, reviewed the collection, removing numerous duplicate photographs and produced a new listing that followed the general structure of Heizer's guide. Dinnean assigned a collection number and numbered the photographs according to this collection number. The structure of his system was the collection number (1978.008) followed by a group number that corresponded to Heizer's picture number (P1, P2, etc.), followed by an item number. This resulted in catalog numbers like 1978.008.1.1, 1978.008.2.3, etc. This cumbersome system has been dropped in the current finding aid and the pictures are identified solely by Heizer's system (see "Rationale of the Catalog System" below).
Merriam was a good photographer and this collection of his work is an important one. The collection, consisting mostly of prints, is primarily photographs taken during Merriam's work documenting the languages of California Indian tribes. The photographs are mostly of the people and places Merriam encountered in his work. The arrangement by tribe provides unique access to these latter photographs, allowing one to see the locations members of these tribes inhabited.
The collection also contains a number of miscellaneous photographs likely given to Merriam by persons who knew of his interest in Indians. These are largely Alaskan tribes, and a few Southwestern tribes, unidentified people, scenery, tools, and objects. Also included are photographs and other pictorial material (110 items altogether) from the Alaska Harriman Expedition in 1899. Additional photographs of the Expedition can be found in collection number BANC PIC 1980.23.
1,447 photographs of members of Californian tribes have been digitized and made available on the Internet. None of the non-Californian material found in the "Miscellaneous Photographs" portion of the finding aid has been digitized.

Biographical Sketch

1855 Born in New York, December 5 to Clinton Levi Merriam, a merchant, banker, and member of Congress and Caroline Hart Merriam. Siblings include an older brother, Charles Collins Merriam and younger sister Florence Merriam. Florence married an associate of C. Hart's, Vernon Bailey.
1872 Naturalist on the Hayden Survey of the territories.
1877 A Review of the Birds of Connecticut published.
1879-1885 Received M.D. Columbia University. Practiced medicine for 6 years.
1883 Surgeon on S.S. Proteus Arctic Seal Fishery from Newfoundland.
1884 Mammals of the Adirondacks published.
1885-1910 Appointed Special Agent in charge of Economic Ornithology under the Division of Entomology of the Dept. of Agriculture. This Division evolves into the U.S. Biological Survey, of which Merriam is named chief. He holds the position for 25 years.
1886 October 15. Marries Virginia Elizabeth Gosnel.
1889 U.S. Biological Survey to the San Francisco Mountains, Arizona. The life zone concepts are developed.
1890 May 21. Daughter Dorothy born.
1891 Appointed by President Harrison to a commission to investigate the problems of pelagic sealing in the Bering Sea.
1891-1892 President, Biological Society of Washington
1892 April 14. Daughter Zenaida born.
1898 U.S. Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California.
1899 Harriman Alaska Expedition
1900-1902 President, American Ornithologist's Union
1905 Indian Population of California published.
1907 Distribution and Classification of the Mewan Indians of California published.
1910 Resigns from U.S. Biological Survey. Begins biological and ethnological investigations with Harriman special trust fund. Ethnological work is primarily with California Indian tribes. Continues until 1936.
1910 Dawn of the World published.
1917-1925 Chairman, U.S. Board on Geographic Names
1919-1921 President, American Society of Mammalogists
1920-1921 President, Anthropological Society of Washington
1924-1925 President, American Society of Naturalists
1928 An-nik-a-del, the History of the Universe, as told by the Modes-se Indians of California published.
1931 Receives Roosevelt Medal "for distinguished work in biology."
1942 Dies in Berkeley, Calif., March 19 at age of 86.

Rationale of the Catalog System

In 1966 there was published Heizer, Robert F. Languages, Territories and Names of California Indians. University of California Press, 1966 (vii, 1-62, 5 maps) a list and map of California tribal groups organized by linguistic stock as identified by Dr. Merriam. This classification was used as the basis for the arrangement of the manuscript material and has therefore also been used for the pictorial material. The list is reproduced below for easy reference. Each linguistic stock has been assigned a letter of the alphabet in the order in which it appears in the list; thus, A is for Athapascan, B is for Polikla (Yurok), C is for Soolahteluk (Wiyot) and so on. Tribal groups are numbered in the appended list which is both a classification and a map key. The finding aid has the following format:
A. ATHAPASCAN  
1a. Tolowa  
Reel Pic. No. Vol Contents
1 P1 1 John Lopez; Hah-wun-kwat village; 22 July 1934; 2 prints, 2 negatives
From the above listing one extracts the following catalog number:
  • A/1a/P1: Read as Athapascan stock/Tolowa tribe/Picture no. 1
The final element of the classification system (P1, P2, etc.) can refer to either a single photograph or a group of photographs. Reel refers to the microfilm reel where the viewing print can be found. Location refers to the shelf location of the original. All originals are shelved as PIC in volumes unless otherwise indicated.

C. Hart Merriam's Classification of California Indian Tribes

List adapted from Heizer, Robert F. Languages, Territories and Names of California Indians. University of California Press, 1966, (pp. 37-47)
  • A. Athapascan Stock
    • 1a. Tolowa or Huss
    • Hoopa group (Hupa)
      • 1b. Hoopa or Tin'-nung-hen-na'-o
      • 1c. Ma'-we-nok
      • 1d. 'Hwil'-kut (Whilkut)
      • 1e. Tsa'-nung-wha
    • Wilakke group (Wailaki) or Nung'-hahl (Nongatl)
      • 1f. Mat-tol' (Mattole)
      • 1g. Lo-lahn'-kok
      • 1h .To-cho'-be
      • 1i. Lassick or Ket-tel' (Lassik)
      • 1j. Set-ten-bi'-den
      • 1k. Tsen-nah'-ken-nes
      • 1l. Che-teg'-ge-kah
      • 1m. Bah-ne-ko ke'-ah
      • 1n. Nek'-kan-ni (Bear River)
      • 1o. Kahto or To-chil-pe-ke'ah-hahng
  • B. Polikla Stock (Yurok)
    • 2a . Ner'-er-ner' (Coast Yurok)
    • 2b. Polikla (Yurok)
  • C. Soolahteluk Stock (Wiyot)
    • 3a. Pah'-te-wat
    • 3b. We'-ke
    • 3c. We'-yot
  • D. Yukean Stock
    • Northwestern or Coast Division
      • 4a. Oo'-ko-ton-til'-kah
    • Round Valley Division
      • 4b. Oo'-ko-ton-til'-kah
      • 4c. Kah'-shut-sit'-nu
    • Upper South Eel Division
      • 4d. Hootch'-nom
      • 4e. Wet-oo'-kum-nom
      • 4f. Tah'-too or Nar'-ko-po-mah
      • 4g. On-kal-oo'-kum-nom (Onkolukomnom)
  • E. Southern Division (Wappo)/Mi-yahk'-mah (Makoma)
    • 4h. Mish'-a-wel band
    • 4i. Moo'-tis'-tool band
    • 4j. Mi-yahk-mah band
    • 4k. Lil'-lak
  • F. Lutuamean Stock
    • 5a. Mo'-dok
  • G. Shastan Stock
    • 6a. Ko'-no-me'-ho (Konomihu)
    • 6b. Wah-te'-roo
    • 6c. Ke'-kahts (Kikatsik)
    • 6d. O-kwahn'-noo-choo
    • 6e. Hah-to-ke'-he-wuk
    • 6f. Tlo'-hom-tah'-hoi (New River Shasta)
  • H. Achomawan Stock
    • 7a. A-choo'-mah'-we
    • 7b. As-tah-ke-wi'-che (Astakiwi)
    • 7c. At-wum'-we
    • 7d. Ham-mah'-we
    • 7e. Ha'-we-si'-doo
    • 7f. Il-mah'-we
    • 7g. Ko-se-al-lek'-te
    • 7h. Mo-des'-se (mahdesi)
    • 7i. To-mal-lin'-che-moi'
    • 7j. At-soo-ka-e (Atsugewi)
    • 7k. Ap-woo'-ro-ka'-e
    • 7l. A-me'-che
    • 7m. E-poo'-de
  • I. Karok Stock
    • 8a. Ar'-rahr
    • 8b. Kah-rah'-ko-hah (Karok)
  • J. Tlohomtahhoi Stock
    • 9a. Tlo'-hom-tah'-hoi (New River Shasta)
  • K. Chemareko Stock
    • 10a. Chemareko
  • L. Yahnah Stock
    • 11a. Yah'-nah
  • M. Pomo Stock
    • Northern Division or Family
      • 12a. Mah'-to-po'-mah
      • 12b. Me-tum'-mah
      • 12c. Kah'-be-tsim'-me-po'-mah
      • 12d. Po-mo'-ke-chah'
      • 12e. Mah-soo'-tah-ke'-ah (Masut)
      • 12f. Mah-too'-go
      • 12g. Ki-yow'-bahch (Kaiyau)
    • Yokiah-Boyah Division
      • 12h. Boyah
      • 12i.Tah'-bah-ta'
      • 12j. Lah'-ta
      • 12k. Kan-no'-ah
      • 12l. Yo-ki'-ah
      • 12m. She-a'-ko (Shiego)
      • 12n. Sho-ko'-ah or Sha-nel
      • 12o. Den-nol'-yo-keah
      • 12p. Yo-buk'-ka'-ah (Yobutui)
    • Kah-chi'-ah Division
      • 12q. Kah-chi-ah
    • Mah'-kah-mo-chum'-mi or We-shum'-tat-tah Division.
      • 12r. Mah-kah-mo-chum'-mi
      • 12s. Shah-kow'-we-chum'-mi
      • 12t. We'-shah'-chum-mi
      • 12u. Me-hin-kow'-nah
      • 12v. We-shum'-tat-tah
    • Han-nah -bah- ch or Clear Lake Division
      • 12w. Dan-no'-kah
      • 12x. She'-kum (Shigom)
      • 12y. Bo-al-ke'-ah
      • 12z. Ku'-lan-na'-po
      • 12aa. Ha'-be-nap'-po (Khabenapo)
    • Sho-te'-ah or Stony Creek Division
      • 12bb. Sho-te'-ah (Cheetido)
    • Ham-fo or Lower Lake Division
      • 12cc. Ham'-fo (Anamfo)
  • N. Chumash Stock
    • 13a. Ah'-moo
    • 13b. Kah'-she-nahs-moo
    • 13c. Kah'-sah-kom-pe'-ah
    • 13d.Kas'-swah (Cashwah)
    • 13e. Chu-mahs
    • 13f. Hool'-koo-koo
    • 13g. Tso-yin'-ne ah-koo
  • O. Yuman Stock
    • 14a. Mohave
    • 14b. Kam'-me-i
    • 14c. Tis-se'-pah
    • 14d. Diegue*o
    • 14f. Es-kah'-ti
  • P. Washoo Stock
    • 15a. Washoo
  • Q. Esselen Stock
    • 16a. Esselen
  • R. Ennesen Stock (Salinan)
    • 17a. Antoniano or Kah-tri-tam(?)
    • 17b. Migueleno or Te-po-trahl(?)
    • 17c. Lahm-kah-trahm (?)
  • S. Olhonean Stock (Costanoan)
    • 18a. Hor-de-on
    • 18b. Hoo'-mon-twash
    • 18c. Moot-soon'
    • 18d. Achestah
    • 18e. Kah'-koon or Room-se-en
    • 18f. Yak-shoon
  • T. Wintoon Stock
    • Northern Wintoon
      • 19a. Wintu or Num'soos Wintoo
      • 19b. Num'-te-pom' or Wintoon proper
      • 19c. Nor'-rel-muk (Normuk)
      • 19d. Ni-i'-che
      • 19e. Daw'-pum
    • Nom-lak-ke or Central Division
      • 19f. Nom'-lak-ke
      • 19g. Wi-e'-ker'-ril band
      • 19h. Dah'-chin-chin'-ne
      • 19i. Te-ha'-mah
      • 19j. No-e-muk (Norelmuk?)
      • 19k. No-mel'-te-ke'-we (Nomecult?)
    • Southern Division (Patwin)
      • 19l. Choo-hel'-mem-shel
      • 19m. Chen'-po-sel
      • 19n. Lol'-sel band
      • 19o. Klet'-win
      • 19p. Ko-pa or Win (Copeh)
      • 19q. Nan'-noo-ta'-we or Nap'-pa
      • 19r. Ko'-roo (Korusi)
      • 19s. Pat'-win
      • 19t. Poo'-e-win
  • U. Midoo Stock
    • Northern Division
      • 20a. Mitchopdo
      • 20b. No'-to-koi-yu
      • 20c. Sa-ap-kahn-ko band
      • 20e. Oso'-ko band
    • Central Division
      • 20f. Kon'-kow or Ti'-mah (Concow)
      • 20g. Tahn'-kum
      • 20h. Kow'-wahk
      • 20i. Kum-mo'-win
    • Southern Division or Nissenan
      • 20j. To-sim' -me-nan
      • 20k. Ho'-mah band
      • 20l. Nis'-sim Pa'-we-nan
      • 20m. Nis'-se-nan
      • 20n. No-to'-mus'-se band
      • 20o. Es'-to Nis' e-nan band
  • V. Mewan Stock (Miwok)
    • Me-wuk or Sierra tribes (3 divisions)
      • 21a. Northern Me'-wuk
      • 21b. Hoo-ka-go band
      • 21c. Middle Me'-wuk
      • 21d. Southern Me'-wuk
      • 21e. Po-ho'-ne-che band
    • Mew-ko or Plains tribes
      • 21f. Hul-pom'-ne (Hulpumni)
      • 21g. Mo-koz'-um-ne (Mokosumni)
      • 21h. O '-che-hak (Ochehamni?)
      • 21i. Wi'-pa (Guaypem; Khulpuni )
      • 21j. Han-ne'-suk
      • 21k.Yatch-a-chum'-ne (Yachikamne)
      • 21l. Mo-kal'-um-ne (Mokelumni)
      • 21m. Chil-um'-ne
      • 21n. Si'-a-kum'-ne (Sakayakumne)
      • 21o. Tu-ol'-um-ne
      • 21p. Saclan
    • In-ne-ko or Coast tribes (Coast Miwok)
      • 21q. Tu-le-yo'-me
      • 21r. Hoo-koo c'-ko
      • 21s. Olamentko
      • 21t. Le-kah'-te-wuk (Likatuit)
  • W. Yokut Stock
    • 22a. Heu'-che
    • 22b. Chow-chil'-lah
    • 22c. Chuck-chan'-sy
    • 22d. To-ko'-lo band (?) (Toholo)
    • 22e. Tal-lin'-che (Dalinchi)
    • 22f. Pit-kah'-che
    • 22g. Toom '-nah band (Dumna)
    • 22h. Ketch-a'-ye
    • 22i. Kum'-nah
    • 22j. Kosh-sho'-o or Ko-shon (Kassoyo, Gashowu?)
    • 22k. Ho-ye'-mah
    • 22l. Chu-ki'-ah
    • 22m. Cho-e-nim'-ne
    • 22n. Wa'-cha-kut (Wechikit?)
    • 22o. Cho-ki'-min-nah (Chuk amina)
    • 22p. No-to'-no-to (Nutunutu)
    • 22q. Tah'-che
    • 22r. Wik-chum'-ne
    • 22s. Ka-we'-ahs (Kawia)
    • 22t. Ta-dum'-ne (Telamni)
    • 22u. Choo'-nut
    • 22v. Choi'-nook or Cho'-nook or Choo'-enu or Wa-da'-she
    • 22w. Yo'-kol or Yo-o'-kul or Yo'-a-kud'-dy
    • 22x. Yow-lan'-che (Yaulanchi)
    • 22y. No-chan'-itch band
    • 22z. Ko-yet'-te
    • 22aa Pal-low'-yam'-me (Paleuyami)
    • 22bb. Wo'-wul (Wolasi)
    • 22cc. Yow'-el-man'-ne (Yaulmani)
    • 22dd. Tin'-lin-ne (Tinlinin)
    • 22ee. Too-lol'-min
    • 22ff. Ye-wum'-ne or Pah-ah'-se
    • 22gg. Ham-met-wel'-le (Hometwoli)
    • 22hh. Tu-lum'-ne (Telamni?)
  • X. Shoshone Stock
    • 23a. Northern Piute
    • 23b. Koo-tsab'-be dik'-ka (Mono Lake)
    • 23c. Pahng'-we-hoo'-tse
    • Monache Piute /Western Monache
      • 23d. Nim or Monache
      • 23e. Posh-ge'-sha
      • 23f. Kwe'-tah
      • 23g. Too-hook'-mutch
      • 23h. Ko-ko-he'-ba band
      • 23i. Toi-ne'-che band (Toihicha, Talinchi)
      • 23j. Hol'-ko-mah band
      • 23k. To-win-che'-ba band
      • 23l. Wo'-pon-nutch
      • 23m. En'-tim-bitch
      • 23n. Wuksa-che' (Waksachi)
      • 23o. Pot-wish'-ah (Balwisha)
    • Owens Lake Monache Piute
      • 23p. Kwe'-nah-pat'-se band
      • 23q. Ut'-te-ur-re-we'-te
      • 23r. To'-bo-ah-hax-ze
      • 23s. Chuk'-ke-sher-ra'-ka
      • 23t. No'-no-pi-ah
    • Panamints
      • 23u. Pak'-wa-sitch
      • 23v. Moo-et'-tah (Muah?)
    • Southern Piute
      • 23w. New-oo'-ah (Kawaiisu)
      • 23x. Tol-chin'-ne
      • 23y. Nu-vah'-an-dits
      • 23z. Chem-e-we'-ve'
    • Ke-tahn-na-mwits or Serrano
      • 23aa. Ke-tah'-na'-mwits (Kitanemuk)
      • 23bb. Pur'-ve'-tum or Pur-vit-tem
      • 23cc. Yo-hah'-ve-tum
      • 23dd. Mah'-re-ah-ne-um or Mah'-ring-i-um or Mo'-he-ah'-ne-um
    • Kah-we-sik-tem or Cahuilla
      • 23ee. Koos'-tam
      • 23ff. Wah'-ne-ke'-tam or Mahl'-ke
      • 23gg. Kah-we-sik'-tem
      • 23hh. Pan'-yik-tem
      • 23ii Wah-ko-chim'-kut-tem
      • 23jj. Sow'-wis-pah-kik'-tem
      • 23kk. Pow'-we-yam
      • 23ll. We-is'-tem
    • Koo'-pah
      • 23mm. Koo'-pah
    • A-katch'-mah or Luiseño
      • 23nn. A-katch'-mah
      • 23oo. Pi-yum'-ko
      • 23pp. So-bo'-ba
  • Y. Tongva Stock
    • 24a. Tongva (Gabrielino)
  • Z. Tubotelobela Stock
    • 25a. Pahn'-ka-la'-che (Bankalachi)
    • 25b. Tu'-bot-e-lob'-e-la (Tubatulabal)

Container Listing

 

A. ATHAPASCAN STOCK

 

1a. Tolowa

1, 1

P1 John Lopez; Hah-wun-kwut village; 22 July 1934; 2 prints; 2 negatives

1, 1

P2 Mrs. Sam Lopez and family; Hah-wun-kwut village; September, 1923; 7 prints

 

4 Mrs. Sam Lopez and family; Hah-wun-kwut village; September, 1923.

1, 1

P3 Mrs. Mary James, Mrs Ed. Lopez, Lopez children; Huh-wun-kwut (Smith River Calif.);

 

1 Mrs. Mary James, Smith River, Calif. - June 18, 1938

 

Mrs. Mary James and granddaughter, Patty Lopez, Smith River, Calif. June 18, 1938

 

6 Mrs. Mary James and grandson Ed Lopez, Jr. Smith River, Calif. June 18, 1938

 

8 Old Mrs. Mary James, her daughter Mrs. Ed Lopez and children. Smith River, Calif. June 18, 1938

 

Mrs. Ed Lopez, Smith River, Calif. June 18, 1938

 

Lopez children, Smith River, Calif. June 18, 1938

 

Patty Lopez, Smith River, Calif. June 18, 1938

 

Patty Lopez in ceremonial costume, Smith River, Calif. June 18, 1938

 

28 JLC and Patty Lopez, Smith River, Calif. June 18, 1938

1, 1

P4 Lopez children; Hah-wun-kwut village; 18 June 1938; 7 prints, 2 negatives (see also, A/1a/P3) and scenery

 

1 Douglas Hayes and Ed Lopez children, Smith River, Calif. June 18, 1938

 

2 Douglas Hayes and Albert Lopez, Smith River, Calif. June 18, 1938

 

5 Usal Cove, Mendocino Co., Calif. Looking north.

 

6 Redwood Creek near Berry Ranch. Sept. 1920

 

7 Horse Mt. from west, looking across Redwood Creek. Sept. 1920

1, 1

P5 Fish nest and drying beds; Smith River; 21 July 1934; 2 prints

 

1 Fish "bed" (smelt), Ocean Shore, Smith River, Calif. July 21, 1934

 

2 Fish "nest" and "bed" (smelt), Ocean Shore, Smith River, Calif. July 21, 1934

1, 1

P6 Unidentified man; Crescent City; Oct. 1905; Photo by J. F. Ferry; 1 print

 

1 Unidentified man with driftwood from beach near Cresent City, Oct. 1905. Photo by J.F. Ferry.

1, 1

P7 Unidentified Tolowa individuals; 7 postcards

 

1 Unidentified Tolowa woman : "The Basket Weaver" (postcard)

 

2 Unidentified Tolowa woman : "Basket Weaver" (postcard)

 

3 Unidentified Tolowa woman (postcard)

 

4 Indians at Cresent City, Calif. 1909 (postcard)

 

5 Unidentified Indian woman: "Indian grace and beauty" (postcard)

 

6 Tolowa girl. Lake Earl, near Cresent City, Calif. (postcard)

 

7 Unidentified man : "Entrance to Indian Sweat House, Cresent City, Cal." (postcard)

 

1b. Hoopa

1, 1

P1 Dugout canoes; Trinity River; 25 July 1934; 5 prints, 1 negative

 

Dugout canoe, Trinity River. 1934

1, 1-2

P2 Mrs. Jack, Mrs. Norton; 25 July 1934; 16 prints

No. 1-14 (Vol.1)

No. 15-16 (Vol.2)

 

1 Mrs. Abraham Jack. Hoopa, Calif. July 25, 1934

 

7 Mrs. Abraham Jack and Mrs. Freda Norton. Hoopa, Calif. July 25, 1934

1, 2

P3 Unidentified Hoopa individuals; 4 postcards. Photo by A. W. Ericson

 

1 Unidentified Hoopa child

 

Unidentified Hoopa

 

4 Unidentified Hoopa at Trinidad, Calif.

1, 2

P4 Two men; photo by H. W. Henshaw; 1891; 1 print

 

1 Two Hoopa men, Hoopa Valley, Calif.

1, 2

P5 Chesbo family; Burnt Ranch; August 1921; 2 prints

 

1 Chesbo family, Burnt Ranch. August 1921

 

2 Hoopa boys at Burnt Ranch. August 1921

1, 2

P6 Scenery; September 1926; 23 prints

 

1 Trinity River, Calif. 1931

 

Scenery

 

6 Hoopa Valley. Sept. 1926

 

7 Hoopa Valley : Digger Pines. Sept. 1926

 

8 Hoopa Valley : Indian School buildings. Sept. 1926

 

Scenery

 

13 Digger Pines, Hoopa Valley

 

14 Wetchpek, California. July 1934

 

15 New River at junction with Trinity River, Calif. July 1934

 

17 Swinging wire bridge over Trinity River Gorge far down in canyon.

 

18 Trail from Trinity wire bridge to New River

 

Trinity River Canyon, Calif. July 1934

 

Trinity Canyon, Calif. July 1934

1, 2

P7 Jump Dance (?), CA 1890's, 1 print

 

1 Hoopa Woodpecker Dance, ca. 1890's

 

1d. 'Hwil'-kut (Whilkut)

1, 2

P1 John Stevens; 15 Sept. 1910; 2 prints

1, 2

P2 Laura Stevens; 15 Sept. 1910; 3 prints

1, 2

P3 Sweathouse; 14 Sept. 1920; 1 print

1, 2

P4 Redwook Creek; house pit; Sept. 1920; 2 prints

 

1 Redwood Creek. Sept. 1920

 

2 House pit. September 1920

1, 2

P5 Two old men; 11 August 1918; 5 prints, 5 negatives

 

1 Blind man, Nelinjak. Blue Lake, Humboldt Co., Calif. Aug. 11, 1918

 

Old man. August 11, 1918

 

1f. Mat-tol'

1, 2

P1 Joe Duncan; mouth of Mattole River; July 1923; 6 prints

1, 2

P2 Ike Duncan; mouth of Mattole River; July 1923; 4 prints

1, 2

P3 Territory; July 1923; 5 prints

 

1g. Lo-lahn'-kok

1, 3

P1 George Burt, wife, child; 22 August 1921; 8 prints, 1 negative

 

8 George Burt. August 1921

1, 3

P2 Valley of South Fork of Eel River; May 1925; 1 print, 1 negative

 

1h. To-cho'-be

1, 3

P1 Sally Bell and husband, Tom; Needle Rock Crossroads, Humboldt Mendocino County boundary; August 1923; 4 prints

 

2 Sally Bell, Needle Rock Crossroads. August 1923

 

3 Sally Bell and husband, Tom; Needle Rock Crossroads. August 1923

1, 3

P2 Tom Bell; 2 prints

 

1j. Set-ten-bi'-den

1, 3

P1 Mrs. Lucy Young; Zenia, California; 1 July 1922; (with Yellowjacket of the Cheteg-ge-keah); 4 prints

 

1 Mrs. Lucy Young; Zenia, Calif. July 1, 1922

 

4 Mrs. Lucy Young with Yellowjacket of the Cheteg-ge-keah. July 1, 1922

1, 3

P2 South Fork of Dobbyn Creek; 1 July 1922; 1 print

 

1l. Che-teg'-ge-kah

1, 3

P1 Yellowjacket; Caution; Trinity Co.; 1 July 1922; 1 print

 

1n. Nek'-kan-ni (Bear River)

1, 3

P1 Mrs Prince; Rohnerville Rancheria; July 1921; 3 prints

 

X. No tribe mentioned

1, 3

P1 Tip (Wylakke group); Round Valley; August 1922; 3 prints

1, 3

P2 Athapascan territory, (Humboldt and Mendocino Counties) also C. Hart Merriam's Field Camp; 17 prints

 

Athapascan territory (Humboldt Co., Calif.) July 23, 1934

 

4 Athapascan territory; looking westerly from Bald Hills, Humboldt Co., Calif. July 23, 1934

 

Athapascan territory; Smith River, Del Norte Co., Calif. July 1934

 

Athapascan territory; Smith River, Calif. July 1934

 

B. POLIKLA STOCK (Yoruk)

 

2a. Ner'-er-ner'

1, 3

P1 Liza Lindgren; Trinidad Head; Humboldt Co.; October 1920; 6 prints

1, 3

P2 Axel Lindgren; Trinidad Head; Humboldt Co.; October 1920; 2 prints

 

1 Axel Lindgren, daughter of Liza Lindgren, and her children. October 1920

1, 3-4

P3 Trinidad Bay, Humboldt Co.; October 1920; 15 prints

No. 1-5 (Vol. 3)

No. 6-15 (Vol. 4)

 

Trinidad Bay, Humboldt Co., Calif. October 1920

 

2b. Polikla (River Yurok)

1, 4

P1 Photos of women by Mrs. Lucy Thompson; Lower Klamath River; 1916; 4 prints

 

Woman of the Polikla Tribe, Lower Klamath River. 1916

1, 4

P2 Mrs. Ira Henry; Requa; September 1910; 8 prints

1, 4

P3 Homes, dugouts, scenery, Requa; September 1910; 20 prints

 

1 Scenery, Requa. September 1910

 

3 Scenery, Requa

 

Scenery, Requa. September 1910

1, 4

P4 Unidentified individuals; 7 postcards

 

1 Klamath Indian girl in dress costume.

 

Old Klamath River woman.

 

4 Old Indian family house, mouth of Klamath River.

 

5 Wetchpek Polikla

 

6 Polikla, Requa

 

7 The White Deer Skin Dance, Klamath River.

 

C. SOOLAHTELUK STOCK (Wiyot)

 

3c. We'-yot

1, 5

P1 Jerry James and wife; Humboldt Bay; 1910; 8 prints

Print no. 1 -- shelved in Size A

 

1 Jerry James of Humboldt Bay.

 

4 Jerry James and wife, Humboldt Bay. 1910

1, 5

P2 Misc; Weyot man and children; 3 prints

 

1 Weyot man.

 

Weyot children.

 

3a-c. Misc., Soolahteluk men

1, 5

P1 6 prints

 

Soolahteluk man

 

Soolahteluk man.

 

D. YUKEAN STOCK

 

4a. Oo'-ko-ton-til'-kah

1, 5

P1 Tom Bell, Mendocino Co.; August 1923; 3 prints; 1 negative

 

4d. Hootch'-nom and Oo'-ko-ton-til'-kah

1, 5

P1 Scenery; Mendocino Co.; 7 prints

1, 5

P2 Lierly's Ranch; Upper S. Eel Div.; 1 print

 

E. SOUTHERN DIVISION (Wappo)

 

4h. Mish'-a-wel band

1, 5

P1 Rancheria; Alexander Vallley; July 1927; 8 prints, 5 negatives

1, 5

P2 Geyersville Joe, Geyersville Rancheria; 11 September 1927; 2 prints, 2 negatives

2, 5

P3 Women at Monally Ranch, near Healdsburg; 11 September 1927; 2 prints, 2 negatives

2, 5

P4 Russian River scenery; July 1927; 1 print, 1 negative

2, 5

P5 Geyersville Joe and an old woman; Alexander Valley, September 1927; 2 prints, 2 negatives

 

2 Mish-a-wel women, Alexander Valley. September 1927

 

4j. Mi-yahk-mah band

2, 5

P1 Mt. St. Helena; Alexander Valley; 9 prints

2, 5

P2 Marian McCloud; Alexander Valley on the Russian River; 11 September 1927; 4 prints, 4 negatives

2, 5

P3 Marian McCloud; 11 September 1927; 2 prints, 2 negatives

 

G. SHASTAN STOCK

 

6a. Ko'-no-me'-ho (Konomihu)

2, 6

P1 Fred Kearney; Scott Valley; 1919; 6 prints

2, 6

P2 Mrs. Hugh Grant; Butter Flat; September 1921; 3 prints

2, 6

P3 Chief Shasta Jake (Moffit Creek Jake) and wife; 1919; 3 prints, 3 negatives

 

Chief Shasta Jake and wife. 1919

 

6d. O-kwahn'-noo-choo

2, 6

P1 Lottie O'Neal; 1925; 9 prints

 

6f. Tlohomtahhoi (New River Shasta)

2, 6

P1 Saxy Kid, last survivor; September 1926; 8 prints, 8 negatives, plus 1 negative copy

 

6a-e. Shastan (general)

2, 6

P1 Scenery; 7 prints, 1 negative

Print. No. 7 -- Shelved in Size A

2, 6

P2 Chief and wife; 1919; 9 prints (Bogus Tom Smith)

2, 6

P3 Cynthia Mike; Shasta Jake; 1918; 11 prints

Print no.7 -- shelved in Size A

 

H. ACHOMAWAN STOCK

 

7a. A-choo'-mah'-we

2, 6

P1 Chief Charley Green of Fall River; photographed in Washington D.C.; 3 March 1928; 6 prints, 5 negatives

2, 6-7

P2 Fall River Valley, Shasta Co.; October 1925; 2 prints

No. 1 (Vol. 6)

No. 2 (Vol. 7)

 

7b. As-tah-ke-wi'-che

2, 7

P1 Robin Spring; Canby Valley, Modoc Co.; 7 October 1926; 4 prints

2, 7

P2 Sam Spring, Canby Valley, Modoc Co.; October 1925; 6 prints

2, 7

P3 Eastern part of Hot Springs Valley; 7 October 1926; 1 print

 

7c. At-wum'-we

2, 7

P1 Women near the former village of Ah-pe-dah-da;Modoc Co.; August 1926; 6 prints

2, 7

P2 Sweathouse frames; Big Valley; 1925-26; 3 prints

2, 7

P3 Chief Harry George, Billy Quinn; Big Valley, Modoc Co.; August 1926; 7 prints

2, 7

P4 C. Hart Merriam's field camp; Big Valley; 3 prints

 

7d. Ham-mah'-we

2, 7

P1 Old Sally; Likely Valley Rancheria, S. Fork Pit River, Modoc Co.; 6 October 1926; 3 prints

2, 7

P2 Chief Jack Williams; Likely Valley; August 1926, and at Washington, D.C., 3 March 1928; 10 prints, 4 negatives

2, 7

P3 Old Pete; Likely Rancheria; August 1925; 4 prints

2, 7

P4 Lava flow, Madeline Plains, Lassen Co.; 1 print

 

7f. Il-mah'-we

2, 7

P1 John Carmony with Istet Woiche; Cayton Valley Band (Too-hat-mah); photographed at Lagunitas; November 1923; 15 prints, 2 negatives

2, 8

P2 Burney Falls, Shasta Co.; August 1924; 1 print

 

7g. Ko-se-al-lek'-te

2, 8

P1 Sam Steel; Alturas, Modoc Co.; 7 October 1926; 3 prints

2, 8

P2 Warner Range, Modoc Co.; August 1925; 2 prints

 

7h. Mo-des'-se (Mahdesi)

2, 8

P1 Istet Woiche of Big Bend, Pit River; photographed at Lagunitas; November 1923; 32 prints

2, 8-9

P2 Territory, assorted photographs; 14 prints

No. 1-6 (Vol. 8)

No. 7-14 (Vol. 9)

2, 9

P3 Mrs. Moody and daughters; 22 August 1926; 4 prints

2, 9

P4 Salmon spearing huts; 1907; 6 prints, 5 negatives

 

7j. At-soo-ka-e (Atsugewi)

2, 9

P1 Unidentified family; Hat Creek, Shasta Co.; 12 September 1907; 10 prints

2, 9

P2 Conifer forest near Burney, Shasta Co.; October 1925; [missing]

 

7k. Ap-woo'-ro-ka'-e

2, 9

P1 Robert Rivis and wife; Adin, Modoc Co.; August 1924; 10 prints

2, 9

P2 Lava Dike, Lassen Co.; 1924; 2 prints

 

I. KAROK STOCK

 

8b. Kah-rah'-ko-hah (Karok)

2, 9

P1 Daisy Alphus and mother; Klamath Canyon; September 1918; 3 prints

Print no. 1 -- shelved in Size A

2, 9

P2 Peter McClelland and wife and "Sandy Bar Bob"; Orleans Bar, Klamath River; September 1921; 9 prints

2, 9-10

P3 Dugout canoe; Stone Lagoon, Humboldt Co.; 15 September 1921; 10 prints, 10 negatives

No. 1-5 (Vol. 9)

No. 6-10 (Vol. 10)

2, 10

P4 Frame for salmon spearing; September 1918; 2 prints

2, 10

P5 Klamath Canyon; 1918; 42 prints

2, 10

P6 Orleans Bar, Klamath River Valley; 1918; 9 prints

2, 10

P7 Sugar Loaf Peak, junction of Salmon and Klamath Rivers; 22 Septemer 1918; 1 print

 

J. TLOHOMTAHHOI STOCK

 

9a. Tlo'-hom-tah'-hoi (New River Shasta)

2, 10

P1 Saxy kid, last survivor; 15 September 1926. See G/6f/P1

 

K. CHEMAREKO STOCK

 

10 a. Chemareko

3, 11

P1 Abe Bush; Hyampom, Trinity Co.; August 1921; 4 prints

3, 11

P2 Sally Noble; Trinity Co.; photographed by Mrs. J. J. Dailey, 1921; 2 prints

3, 11

P3 Trinity River and canyon; 12 prints, 3 negatives

3, 11

P4 Mrs. George Green and children; Burnt Ranch, Trinity Co.; August 1921; 3 prints

3, 11

P5 Ironside Mountain (Sacred Mountain) near junction of Trinity and New Rivers; September 1926; 9 prints, 7 negatives

 

L. YAHNAH STOCK

 

11a. Yah'-nah

3, 11

P1 Walter Moody; Montgomery Creek; August 1926; 4 prints

3, 11

P2 Andrew Jackson; Montgomery Hill; 6 September 1907; 3 prints

 

M. POMO STOCK

 

12 a. Mah'-to-po'-mah

3, 11

P1 Susie Cambell; Sherwood Valley; October 1925; 2 prints

3, 11

P2 Old George and a friend; Sherwood Valley; 22 October 1925; 4 prints

3, 11

P3 Children; photographed by Zenaida Merriam; 22 October 1925; 2 prints

 

12b. Me-tum'-mah

3, 11

P1 Joe Willits; photographed at Lagunitas; July 1922; 7 prints

 

12j. Lah'-ta

3, 11-12

P1 Billy Dock; Yorkville, Mendocino Co.; 2 August 1925; 5 prints

No. 1-2 (Vol. 11)

No. 3-5 (Vol. 12)

 

12l. Yo-ki'-ah

3, 12

P1 Stephen Knight; 3 prints

3, 12

P2 Basket Maker; Ukiah Valley; V. K. Chestnut photograph; July 1897; 1 print

3, 12

P3 Ceremonial house; Ukiah Valley; V. K, Chestnut photograph; July, 1897; 1 print

 

12m. She-a'-ko (Shiego)

3, 12

P1 C. Hart Merriam's Camp; Largo Valley; 18 September 1916; 1 print

 

12n. Sho-ko'-ah (Sha-nel)

3, 12

P1 Tom Conner and wife; Hopland Valley; July 1925; 6 prints

3, 12

P2 Duncan Peak; Hopland Valley; 1925; 3 prints

 

12q. Kah-chi-ah

3, 12

P1 Woman; Russian River, Sonoma Co.; 19 August 1905; 1 print, 1 negative

3, 12

P2 George James and children; Stewart's Point, Sonoma Co.; May 1925; 6 prints

3, 12

P3 Village of A-kow-wah-tol, Russian River; 19 August 1905; 1 print

 

12r. Mah-kah-mo-chum'-mi

3, 12

P1 John Thompson; Cloverdale Valley, Sonoma Co.; October 1922; 6 prints

 

We-shum-tat-tah

3, 12

P1 Henry Maximillian and wife; Kah-tah-we Rancheria, Healdsburg, Sonoma Co.; October 1922-25; 9 prints

3, 12

P2 Elisabeth Cordova and children; Geyersville Rancheria; 1 July 1925; 6 prints

3, 12

P3 Fitch Mountain, Healdsburg; 1922; 2 prints

 

12x. She-kum (Shigom)

3, 12

P1 Joe Miller and necklace; Lake Co.; photograph by Stephens; 6 August 1932; 11 prints, 9 negatives

 

12z. Ku-lan-na-po

3, 12

P1 Mike Gomez and wife; Big Valley, Clear Lake; 23 July 1927; 5 prints, 2 negatives

3, 12

P2 Man and woman; St. Turebius Mission, Lake Co.; 21 August 1906; 5 prints

3, 13

P3 Woman with wampum; St. Turebius Mission, Lake Co.; 21 August 1906; 7 prints

3, 13

P4 Tule mat; Lake Co.; 20 August 1906; 1 print

3, 13

P5 Roundhouse at Big Valley, Lake Co.; August 1906; 1 print

 

12bb. Sho-te-ah (Cheetido)

3, 13

P1 Chief Pum-muk-ky; Stony Ford, Colusa Co.; June 1903; 1 print (shelved in Size A)

3, 13

P2 Roundhouse at Stony Ford; photographed by Zenaida Merriam; 25 August 1928; 1 print, 1 negative

3, 13

P3 Old tattooed woman; Stony Ford; June 1903; 1 print

 

12cc. Ham-fo (Anamfo)

3, 13

P1 Chief Clifford Salvador; Cache Creek Rancheria Lake Co.; 15 July 1927; 6 prints, 6 negatives

3, 13

P2 Woman; Cache Creek Rancheria; July 1927 4 prints, 2 negatives

3, 13

P3 Man and wife; Lake Co.; 12 July 1907; 4 prints

3, 13

P4 Ham-fo territory, Lake Co.; 1907; 5 prints

 

X. No tribe mentioned

3, 13

P1 Individuals photographed by H. W. Henshaw; 1893; 16 prints, 4 negatives

3, 13

P2 Dancers; 5 postcards

3, 13

P3 Roundhouse, wampum, man in ceremonial dress; 3 prints

3, 13

P4 Territory in Lake and Mendocino Cos.; 10 prints

3, 13

P5 Tule houses at Clear Lake; July 1917, 1927; 4 prints, 2 negatives

 

 

N. CHUMASH STOCK

 

13c. Kay-sah-kom-pe-ah

3, 14

P1 Frank Estrada and sister; Santa Ynez, Calif.; 14 June 1934; 15 prints, 15 negatives

3, 14

P2 Santa Ynez Mission; 14 June 1934; 4 prints

 

13e. Chu-mahs

3, 14

P1 Juan Olivos and daughter Angelita; Tejon; May 1932; 8 prints, 8 negatives

 

X. No tribe mentioned

3, 14

P1 Santa Barbara Burton Indian Mound, photographed by J. P. Harrington; June 1923; 3 prints

 

O. YUMAN STOCK

 

14a. Mohave

3, 14

P1 Man; Hollister, Calif.; 2 prints

3, 14

P2 Two women photographed by Parker; 1 print

 

14b. Kam-me-i

3, 14

P1 Mesa family; Campo, San Diego Co.; 27 May 1933; 11 prints, 11 negatives

3, 14

P2 Pine Valley, San Diego Co.; 28 May 1933; 4 prints

3, 14

P3 A settlement and the Colorado River on California Mexican border; April 1933; 8 prints, 8 negatives

 

4

 

X. No tribe mentioned

3, 14

P1 Domestic scene; photographed by A. Putnam, 1900; 1 print, 1 negative

3, 14

P2 Scenery near Yuma, Calif.; April 1933; 2 prints

 

P. WASHOO STOCK

 

15a. Washoo

3, 14

P1 Women; Tallac, near Lake Tahoe; 15 October 1900; 5 July 1903; 7 prints, 1 negative

3, 14

P2 Hank Pete and wife; Carson Indian School, Stewart Nevada; 20 June 1935; 10 prints, 10 negatives

 

R. ENNESEN STOCK (Salinan)

 

17a. Antoniano

3, 15

P1 Tito Encinales' family; Milpitas Valley; Monterey Co.; August 1902; 5 prints, 1 negative

3, 15

P2 Tito Encinales and wife; Milpitas Valley; 20 September 1933; 18 prints, 16 negatives

3, 15

P3 Dave and Maria Mora; San Antonio Mission; September 1933; 16 prints, 16 negatives

3, 15

P4 San Antonio Mission, Montery Co.; 21 September 1933; 2 prints

 

17b. Migueleno

3, 15

P1 F. Rose Forsting, daughter Anna, Jose Bylon; Toro Canyon, San Luis Obispo Co.; June 1934; 19 prints, 19 negatives

3, 15

P2 Old Mrs. Maria Bylon, daughter and granddaughter; Toro Canyon, San Luis Obispo Co.; June 1934; 15 prints, 14 negatives

 

X. No tribe mentioned (labeled only as Ennesen)

3, 15

P1 Four individuals; Milpitas Valley, Monterey Co.; Calif.; August 1902; 2 prints

3, 15

P2 Blue oak forest, between San Antonio and Nacimiento Rivers, Calif.; October 1933; 2 prints

3, 15

P3 Adobe house; 2 prints

3, 15

P4 Southwest base of Santa Lucia Peak Monterey Co., Calif.; 1 print

 

S. OLHONEAN STOCK (Costanoan)

 

18b. Hoo-mon-twash

4, 16

P1 Barbara Salosano, last survivor; Mission San Juan Bautista, San Benito Co.; 26 September 1902; 2 prints

 

18e. Kah-koon or Room-se-en

4, 16

P1 Manuel Orestimo; Carmel River; September 1933; 10 prints, 10 negatives

4, 16

P2 Miss (Onisemo) Meadows and brother (Tommasimo); Carmel, Calif.; September 1933; 7 prints, 7 negatives

 

T. WINTOON STOCK

 

19a. Wintu or Num'soos Wintoo

4, 16

P1 Mrs. Julia Range; Ono, Shasta Co.; 29 August 1925; 8 prints

4, 16

P2 Mary Major; photographed at State Fair; Sacramento; 1934; 1 print

4, 16

P3 Scenery, East fork of Trinity River; 26 September 1932; 3 prints

 

19c. Nor'-rel-muk (Normuk)

4, 16

P1 Ellen Clifford, survivor of Hay Fork massacre; 27 August 1918; 1 print

4, 16

P2 Individuals at Hay Fork, Trinity Valley; 4 July 1921; 14 prints

4, 16

P3 Baskets; Hay Fork; 6 July 1921; 2 prints

 

19a-e. Northern Wintoon

4, 16

P1 Mrs. Eva Garley; Doney Creek, Upper Sacramento River; 8 October 1928; 6 prints, 6 negatives

4, 16

P2 A. Gillis; McCloud River, Shasta Co.; 1923; 1 print, 1 negative

4, 16

P3 Pat Silverthorn; McCloud River; 16 June 1931; 10 prints, 9 negatives

4, 16

P4 Charley Klooche and wife; 1928; 9 prints, 9 negatives

4, 16

P5 Old Joe and wife; McCloud River; July 1903; 4 prints

4, 17

P6 Jake Comish, Ed Alexander; Doney Creek, Upper Sacramento River; October 1928; 4 prints, 4 negatives

4, 17

P7 Home at China Gulch, near Redding; September 1928; 1 print, 1 negative

4, 17

P8 Three men; Salt Flat, Trinity River; August 1918; 4 prints

4, 17

P9 Houses, drying racks; McCloud River, Shasta Co.; July 1903; 5 prints

4, 17

P10 Pit River, Scenery, near Sacramento River; 16 prints, 10 negatives

 

19f. Nom'-lak-ke

4, 17

P1 People at Paskenta Rancheria; September 1919; 6 prints, 6 negatives

4, 17

P2 Scenery; Paskenta; September 1919; 1 print, 1 negative

 

19l. Choo-hel'-mem-sel

4, 17

P1 Woman and children; Kab-al-men Rancheria, near Cash Springs, Colusa Co.; 2 prints

4, 17

P2 Leesville Valley, Colusa Co.; May 1923; 1 print

4, 17

P3 Woman with basket; Ladoga, Colusa Co.; 1 print

4, 17

P4 Daughter of Jerry Berryessa and husband; Lower Lake, Lake Co.; 24 July 1927; 5 prints, 3 negatives

4, 17-18

P5 Lewis James; 30 September 1924; 8 prints

No. 1-4 (Vol. 17)

No. 5-8 (Vol. 18)

4, 18

P6 Old McGill and daughters, village sites; Colusa Co.; 9 August 1928; 6 prints, 6 negatives

4, 18

P7 Roundhouses; Colusa and Glenn Counties; 6 prints

 

19o. Klet'-win

4, 18

P1 Pedro Wright; Cortena Creek, Rancheria; October 1923; 3 prints

4, 18

P2 Roundhouse; 10 August 1928; 4 prints, 4 negatives

4, 18

P3 Cortena Rancheria, Colusa Co.; October 1923; 7 prints

4, 18

P4 Roundhouse; Cortena Creek; June 1903; 1 print

 

19p. Ko-pa (Copeh or Win)

4, 18

P1 Rumsey Rancheria, Cache Creek Valley; 1903-04; 12 prints, 2 negatives, plus 2 negative copies

 

19q. Nan'-noo-ta'-we or Nap'-pa

4, 18

P1 Old Julia; Rumsey Rancheria; September 1927; 6 prints, 6 negatives, plus 5 negative copies

 

19r. Ko'-roo (Korusi)

4, 19

P1 Wi-ter-ry Rancheria; west side of Sacramento River, Colusa Co.; June 1903; 1 print

4, 19

P2 Kah´ chil de´-he and Sacramento river; 8 August 1928; 3 prints

 

1 Kah´-chil [Kah´ chil de´-he] rancheria, West bank Sacramento 6 « miles north of Colusa, August 1928

 

2 Sacramento River at north edge of Kah´ chil de´-he (a Koroo Rancheria), 6 « miles north of Colusa, Calif., Aug. 8, 1928.

 

3 Sacramento River at north edge of Kah´ chil de´-he (a Koroo Rancheria), 6 « miles north of Colusa, Calif., Aug. 8, 1928.

4, 19

P3 Woman (Mrs. Tony Bill) and great grandchildren; Kah´ chil de´-he; 1 September 1935; 10 prints, 10 negatives

4, 19

P4 Jennie Regalado; Kah´ chil de´-he 1 September 1935; 5 prints, 5 negatives

4, 19

P5 Mrs. Nettie Mitchell; Kah´ chil de´-he; 1 September 1935; 4 prints, 4 negatives

4, 19

P6 Bill Wiley and family; Kah´ chil de´-he; 1931-35; 32 prints, 32 negatives, plus 1 negative copy

 

19s. Pat'-win

4, 19

P1 Old Tony (chief), wife, son; Kah´ chil de´-he; 19 August 1928; 7 prints, 7 negatives

4, 19

P2 Mrs. John Mitchell and daughter; Kah´ chil de´-he 13 July 1930; 6 prints, 6 negatives

4, 19-20

P3 Wm. Benjamin and wife; Kah´ chil de´-he; September 1928-1935; 12 prints, 12 negativesNo. 1-4 (Vol. 19)

No. 5-12 (Vol. 20)

4, 20

P4 Helen Wiley; Kah´ chil de´-he; September 1928; 1 print, 1 negative

4, 20

P5 Views of Kah´ chil de´-he from Sacramento River; 8 August 1928; 5 prints, 4 negatives

4, 20

P6 Coyote dances and roundhouse; Grindstone Rancheria; May 1923; 48 prints, 9 negatives

4, 20

P7 Ket-Kla Warreil Rancheria and ceremonial house; Cortena Creek, Colusa, Co. June 1903; 1 print

4, 20

P8 Sweathouse; Kah´ chil de´-he; 13 July 1931; 5 prints, 5 negatives

4, 20

P9 A. C. Mitchell family; Kah´ chil de´-le; 8 August 1928; 6 prints, 6 negatives

4, 20

P10 Mitchell Brothers; Kah´ chil de´-he; 16 prints, 16 negatives

 

U. MIDOO

 

20b. No'-to-koi-yu

5, 21

P1 Lassen Meadows, Plumas Co. August 1924; 2 prints

 

20f. Kon'-kow or Ti'-mah (Concow)

5, 21

P1 W.C. Clark; Yankee Hills, Calif.; 14 October 1928; 3 prints, 3 negatives

 

20 g. Tanh-kum

5, 21

P1 Henry Thompson and wife; Stanfield Hill, Yuba Co.; 1 November 1928; 18 prints, 18 negatives

5, 21

P2 Mrs. Hughes; Swede Valley, Butte Co.; 16 October 1928; 4 prints, 4 negatives

 

20i. Kummowin

5, 21

P1 George Martin Family; Enterprise, south fork of Feather River; 15 July 1930; 9 prints, 9 negatives

5, 21

P2 Billy Logan; Butte Co.; September 1924; 6 prints

5, 21

P3 Mooretown roundhouse; September 1924; 6 prints

 

20l. Nis-sim-pa-we-nan

5, 21

P1 Blind Tom of Poo-soo-ne; 1905; 10 prints, 10 negatives

5, 21

P2 Sacramento Valley; Fall 1925; 5 prints

 

20m. Nis-se-nan

5, 21

P1 Chief Hunchup at his roundhouse at Koot-bah, Cosumnes River; 2 December 1904;13 prints

5, 21

P2 Mrs. Ida Starkey and family; Auburn Reservation; 2 July 1936; 19 prints, 19 negatives

5, 21

P3 Franklin; Cosumnes River, El Dorado Co.; 2 December 1904; 1 print, 1 negative

5, 21

P4 Old Betsy; Nevada City; photographed by Mrs. Power; 1 print

5, 21

P5 Old woman with baskets; Hank's Exchange, El Dorado Co; photographed by Miss Dennis; 1 print

5, 21-22

P6 Casus Oliver and wife; El Dorado Co.; October 1905; 3 prints

No. 1-2 (Vol. 21)

No. 3 (Vol. 22)

5, 22

P7 Roundhouse at Auburn (July 1936) and Bear River (September 19, 1902); 3 prints, 2 negatives

5, 22

P8 Old couple shucking acorns; Yankee Jim, Placer Co.; 8 September 1902; 1 print, 1 negative

5, 22

P9 Old woman and bark hut; 1 print

5, 22

P10 Old mortars at Hunchup's rancheria on Consumnes River; August 1907; 2 prints

 

X. No tribe mentioned

5, 22

P1 "Indians"; Auburn Region; 21 August 1921; 1 print

5, 22

P2 Baskets; 2 prints

5, 22

P3 Camp, Plumas Co.; 1892; photographed by J.S. Diller; 1 print

Print no. 1 - shelved in Size A

5, 22

P4 Canyon of south fork of Feather River, near Enterprise; 14 July 1930; 3 prints

 

V. MEWAN STOCK (Miwok)

 

21a. Northern Me'-wuk

5, 22

P1 Woman at Ha-cha-nah (Railroad Flat), Calveras Co.; 10 October 1906; 4 prints

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P2 Woman and child at Ha-cha-nah; 10 October 1906; 5 prints

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P3 Preparation of acorn mush; Ha-cha-nah; October 1908; 12 prints

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P4 Acorn caches, mortars and houses at Ha-cha-nah; October 1905; 7 prints

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P5 Old man and wife at home; 3/4 mile below Oleta, El Dorado Co.; 6 September 1903; 2 prints

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P6 Jim Burrs, wife, baby; Oleta, El Dorado Co.; 6 September 1903; 7 prints

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P7 Woman and hut; El Dorado Co.; 10 February 1900; photographed by the Grottum Naturalist Club; 1 print, 1 negative

Shelved in Size A

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P8 Houses and scenery at West Point; 1 prints

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P9 Jim Burrs and wife; Oleta, El Dorado Co.; 6 September 1903; 3 prints. See also V/21a/P6

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P10 Old man and wife; El Dorado Co.; 6 September 1903; 1 print

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P11 Mother and baby; Oleta, El Dorado Co.; 6 September 1903; 1 print

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P12 Unidentified woman; 2 prints

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P13 Ancient mortars; Ha-cha-nah; 1 print

Shelved in Size A

 

21c. Middle Me'-wuk

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P1 Chief So-pi-ye and people; Murphy's, Calaveras Co.; 24 August 1900; 5 prints

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P2 Indian Jim; Murphy's, Calaveras Co.; 1902; photographed by Stephen's Brothers; 1 print, 1 negative

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P3 Dance at Murphy's on July 4, 1902, old men and women; 1902 photographed by Stephens Brothers; 3 prints

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P4 Summer house near Sonora; 5 prints

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P5 High Sierra, Sonora Pass Road; 26 August 1938; 9 prints, 8 negatives

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P6 Bald rock with mortar holes, near Soulsbyville, Tuolumne Co.; 1 print

 

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