full text File Size: 36 K bytes | Add this to my bookbag

Contents List

   Container / Location    Title
  0  
Printed guide and information, including card index
  1  
Indian geographical names on Long Island, New York. 19 leaves
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 20

  2  
Algonquian names for the rainbow (manuscript). 4p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 40

  3  
Notes on the Algonquian verb (after James Hammond Trumbull). 11p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 47

  4  
Abstracts of the journals of Mr. Azariah Horton
Horton was a missionary to the Indians on Long Island, in the employ of "The Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge." These journals were printed in "The Christian Monthly History, or An Account of the Revival and Progress of Religion, Abroad and at Home", published in Edinburgh in Scotland. These abstracts are intended to furnish names of places visited and persons mentioned mainly. Also some names of ministers in New England, selected from same publication, and copies of various Indian deeds. (O.B. Ackerly, February 1894). 42 leaves.


Also available on Reel 1, Frame 60

  5  
The Indian names of places in Brooklyn, Long Island, with their significations
(Manuscript and proof sheets) Published in the Brooklyn Eagle Almanac, 1893. 17p.


Also available on Reel 1, Frame 111

  6  
On the derivation of the name Manhattan (manuscript). 15p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 129

  7  
The origin of the name Chesapeake (manuscript). 4p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 144

  8  
Roger Williams vindicated, or an answer to "Keyhole for Roger Williams' Key". (manuscript). 13p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 148

  9  
Rev. Robert Fordham, and His place in history.
Manuscript by William Wallace Tooker. (Read before the Sag Harbor Historical Society, April 1, 1902). Article on Nathan Fordham included. 17 leaves.


Also available on Reel 1, Frame 162

  10  
Vocabulary of the Massachusetts or Natick, from Eliot's Indian Bible. 144p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 178

  11  
Manuscript in relation to the Montauks and the Boundary of the Shinnecocks and the Unkechaugs, 1665. 2p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 235

  12  
The Montauk Indians at East Hampton, Long Island, 1723. (manuscript copy). 2p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 238

  13  
Some supposed Indian names of places on Long Island, New York. (manuscript). 7p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 242

  14  
The aboriginal terms for Long Island published in the Brooklyn Almanac, 1894. (manuscript and proof). 17 leaves.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 249

  15  
Was Southhampton, Long Island, New York, called by the Indians Agawom? (manuscript). 5 leaves.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 269

  16  
Vocabulary of the Massachusetts or Natick language taken from Eliot's Indian Bible. 36 leaves.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 274

  17  
Indian names of villages and streams from Capt. John Smith's map of Virginia. 51p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 311

  18  
Strachey's "Dictionarie" of the Powhatan language, arranged alphabetically. 65p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 364

  19  
The name Rappahannock in Virginia. (manuscript). 4p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 430

  20  
The mystery of the name Pamunkey. (manuscript). Read before the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Section H. August 30, 1895. 9p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 435

  21  
The name Chickahominy, its origin and etymology. (manuscript). 10p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 444

  22  
The name Susquehanna, its origin and signification. 9p. (manuscript).
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 453

  23  
Copies of deeds from Indian natives to Andrew Gib, or Gibb, November 1685, and May 1687, involving Little Neck. Brookhaven, Long Island. (Copies by O.B. Ackerly, 1892). 8p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 463

  24  
Copy of the deed from the Indians to the Trustees of Huntington, 1702. (Copied by O.B. Ackerly, 1894). 2 leaves.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 473

  25  
Abstract of the title of William Trist Bailey to certain premises situate in the town of Islip, Suffolk County, and State of New York. New York 1888. 26p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 488

  26  
The Kuskarawaokes of Captain John Smith. (manuscript). 8p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 514

  27  
Notes regarding the name Nowedonah. (manuscript). 6p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 522

  28  
Analysis of the claims of Southold, Long Island, for priority of settlement over Southampton, Long Island, and how they are disproved by the early records and contemporary manuscripts. (manuscript). 20 leaves.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 532

  29  
Analysis and meaning of some of the Indian geographical names of Suffolk County, New York. A paper read before the Suffolk County Teacher's Institute at Riverhead, May 3rd, 1883.
Printed in the Riverhead Weekly News, May 15th 1883. By William S. Pelletreau, A.M., transcriber of the Southampton Town records, historical writer, etc., etc., (1874). 20p.


Also available on Reel 1, Frame 552

  30  
Various Algonquian notes. 26p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 572

  31  
Indian place names on Long Island, revised and corrected for the (Brooklyn Eagle) Almanac of 1890. (manuscript). 16p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 620

  32  
Claims of Gardiners Island for priority of English settlement over any other locality on Long Island. (manuscript). 4p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 636

  33  
An early mention of the Kuskarawaokes. (manuscript). 2p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 640

  34  
Indian place names in East Hampton Town, Long Island, with their probable significations. (manuscript). 12p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 643

  35  
Extracts from Indian deeds of 1649 1666 relating to lands on Long Island. Copied by (or for) George R. Howell. 2p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 655

  36  
Letter and map from Thomas W. Bicknell regarding Sowams, 1904. 2p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 658

  37  
Letter dated June 10, 1896, to James A. Canfield, respecting the name Patchogue. 3p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 660

  38  
The Indian Fort on Montauk, Long Island, some historical and other facts relating thereto
Manuscript written for the express 8p.


Also available on Reel 1, Frame 663

  39  
Cobb, a farming district at Southampton, Long Island. The origin and signification of its name.
Manuscript written for the express 5p.


Also available on Reel 1, Frame 672

  40  
Dialect of the New Jersey Lenape. Obtained for Thomas Jefferson in 1792, at the Village of Edgpiiliik, West New Jersey.
Copy of the manuscript in the American Philosophical Society of Philadelphia.


Also available on Reel 1, Frame 678

  41  
Indian geographic names, and why we should study them. Illustrated by some Rhode Island examples. (manuscript). 1897. 17 leaves.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 682

  42  
Copies of Indian deeds of 1661, 1670, 1687. Place names: Martha's Vinyard, Westchester County. Notes on Eliot's Bible. 31p.
Also available on Reel 1, Frame 699

  43  
Vocabulary of the Montauk Tribe (1798)
Copied February 12th, 1890, from the original contained in an old memorandum book written by John Lyon (Lion) Gardiner, Esq., the 7th proprietor of Gardiners Island, now in the possession of his grandson, J. Lyon Gardiner, the 12th proprietor. Sag Harbor, New York. 2p.


Also available on Reel 1, Frame 729

  44  
Letters from Harry Andrew Wright of Springfield, Massachusetts
To William Wallace Tooker, in 1903, regarding Algonquian proper names in New England, with some notes thereon by Tooker. 53p.


Also available on Reel 1, Frame 731

  A  
Extracts from Eliot's Indian Bible
Many taken from the copy in the possession of John Lyon Gardiner, Esq., the 12th proprietor of Gardiner's Island. 204p.


Also available on Reel 1, Frame 783

  B  
Natick English dictionary compiled from Eliot's Bible.
Undated, handwritten manuscript, acquired February 1919. 205p.


Also available on Reel 1, Frame 893