William M. Beauchamp Papers, 1840-1944

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Quantity: 69 Boxes (71 cubic feet)
Access: Open to research. Use gloves when handling photographs. Photographic negatives are stored in the vault.
Alternative Format: Microfilm (35 reels)

Microfilm Call Number: MB/FM,974.7004,B372,200-5110

Microfilmed in 1994 by the New York State Library, Albany, N.Y. as part of the Native American Language and Culture Preservation Project.

This microfilm was produced with support, in part, from the Division of Preservation and Access at the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Biographical Note | Scope and Contents Note | Box and Folder List

Biographical Note:

William Martin Beauchamp (1830-1925), archaeologist, historian, and Episcopalian minister, is, along with Lewis H. Morgan (1818-1881), John N.B. Hewitt (1859-1937), Arthur C. Parker (1881-1955) and William N. Fenton (1908-2005), one of the great authorities on the history and institutions of the Iroquois. Beauchamp was born in Coldenham, Orange County, New York, but was raised in Skaneateles, Onondaga County, New York, where his family removed in 1831. Beauchamp was educated at Skaneateles Academy and the Delancey Divinity School in Geneva, New York. The latter prepared him for ordination in the priesthood of the Episcopalian Church in 1863. He spent most of his career in the ministry as rector of Grace Church in Baldwinsville, New York, serving from July 1, 1865 to October 1, 1900, when he retired. Thereafter he moved to Syracuse, where he devoted much of his time to research and writing on the Iroquois. In a sense he became a successor to Lewis Morgan, another leading authority on the Iroquois. His interest in the Iroquois began in his childhood, and was increased by his friendship with Albert Cusick, an Onondaga in orders in the Episcopal Church. From him, Beauchamp gained much valuable information.

Beauchamp was especially learned in the archaeology of Iroquoian implements and other artifacts and published several studies on them. He also published works on aspects of Iroquoian culture that influenced New York State history, including works on aboriginal place names in New York State. He possessed unusual skill in sketching Indian relics. These sketches were often included in many of his published bulletins for the New York State Museum.

He was active in promoting the Onondaga Historical Association of Syracuse and was a member of many learned societies. He married Sarah Carter of Ravenna, Ohio, November 26, 1857.

Scope and Contents Note:

Series I: Antiquities of the Onondagas (Boxes 1-10; Microfilm Reels 2-11)

The papers of William M. Beauchamp are comprised of approximately 71 cubic feet of manuscripts, printed items, and photographs relating primarily to the archaeology, culture, and history of aboriginal people of New York State, especially the Iroquois. These materials have been arranged in six series, beginning with the unpublished ten-volume manuscript entitled "Antiquities of Onondaga" (Boxes 1-10) which provides a comprehensive study of this nation of the Iroquois Confederacy. These volumes contain over 8,500 pages of text and notes along with an equal number of pages containing colorful sketches and diagrams of artifacts, and many detailed maps of aboriginal settlements and archeological sites in Onondaga County, New York.

Series II: Research Notebooks (Boxes 11-27; Microfilm Reels 12-20)

The second series is comprised of over 60 bound volumes containing Beauchamp's research notes compiled for his many writings and publications. Notebook topics and subjects include Iroquois History, Iroquois Folklore, Iroquois Ceremonies, Indian Vocabularies, Indian Place Names, Jesuit Relations, and Moravian Journals. The information recorded in these volumes was well documented and drawn from many primary and secondary sources. It appears that entire documents or passages were transcribed carefully and meticulously. In addition, diagrams and maps abound here, too.

Series III: Iroquois Legends (recorded by A.C. Parker) (Boxes 28-30; Microfilm Reel 21)

The third series consists of nearly seventy-five manuscripts or typescripts of Iroquois legends recorded by Dr. Arthur C. Parker, which are very important to the study of Iroquois folklore.

Series IV: Scrapbooks and News Clippings (Boxes 31-45; Microfilm Reels 22-27)

The fourth series consists of twenty scrapbooks and many assorted loose newsclippings collected by William Beauchamp, Grace Beauchamp Lodder, Arthur C. Parker, and Harriet Maxwell Converse. These clippings offer a rich source of information on the life and events of Indian reservations in New York State, especially the Onondaga Reservation. The scrapbooks and clippings are generally arranged chronologically with title indexes for most scrapbooks. Perhaps, the most interesting clippings are those related to the trial of Lila Jimerson, a Seneca woman acquitted of the charges of murder of the wife of renowned artist Henri Merchand, 1931.

Series V: Personal Papers of William Beauchamp (Boxes 46-52; Microfilm Reels 28-31)

The fifth series is comprised of personal and other ancillary papers of William Beauchamp. Included here is his correspondence with scholars and museum curators regarding Indian artifacts and other archeological subjects. For example there are several letters between Beauchamp and Dr. F.J.H. Merrill, then director of the New York State Museum, concerning the museum's collection of wampum belts. Also included here are Beauchamp's diaries, 1862-1865, which provide details of many important events in his life; a comprehensive biographical and genealogical notebook; and numerous manuscript and printed copies of many of his published writings. This series also includes the folio-size manuscripts of which the most noteworthy items are a volume containing annotated maps of archeological sites in New York and other states, and a volume of notes and illustrations of Iroquois masks in the New York State Museum.

Series VI: Photographs (Boxes 53-62; Microfilm Reels 32-34)

The sixth series comprises two cubic feet of photographic prints and negatives of portraits of Onondaga individuals as well as scenes of life on the reservation, circa 1880-1920s. Description here is at the item level. (See below for additional information regarding photographs.)

Series VII: Postcards and Published Photographs (Box 63; Microfilm Reel 34)

Postcards and other published photographs listed by item. Publishers are noted for individual items. Real photos are identified with (RP).

Series VIII: Maps (Box 64; Microfilm Reel 35)

Photographs - General Information

Boxes 53 and 54

Dimensions:
Items 1-152 8.5 x 7 cm.
Items 153-169 8.5 x 6 cm.
Items 170-175 10 x 6.5 cm.
Items 176-181 8 x 6 cm.

Negatives: Available for all but the following items: No. 31, 49, 51, 52, 61, 63, 66, 71-74, 76-83, 88, 90-94, 97, 98, 107, 109, 110, 118, 120-144, 148-158, 161, 162, and 171-175. Negatives are stored in the vault.
Photographer Imprints: Items 153-169

Kirtland-Wyckoff Co., 320 So. [Salina?], Syracuse, N.Y.

Boxes 55 and 56

Dimensions:
Original Prints 13.5 x 11 cm
New York State Museum Prints 20 x 12.5 cm

Negatives: Glass Plates(stored in the vault)
Items 1-11 Plates A.01-A.11
Items 12-13 Plates B.01-B.02
Items 14-15 None
Items 16-30 Plates C. 01-C. 15

Photographer Imprints: None

Boxes 57-62

Dimensions: Various sizes noted for each item.

Negatives: Glass Plates Nos. D. 01 - D. 06 for items in Box 57, Folders 9-11 (stored in the vault)
Negatives for several items in Box 60 are stored in the vault.

Photographers Imprints

J. Austin, 58-60 So. Salina, Syracuse, N.Y.
F.C. Flint, Studio, 402 So. Salina, Syracuse, N.Y.
Palmer Studio, 348 So. Salina, Syracuse, N.Y.
Wildey Photo Artist, Skaneateles, N.Y.
F.R. Wolcott, 1317 Carbon Street, Syracuse, N.Y.
Hewetts Studio, Corning, N.Y.

Box and Folder List

Reel = Reel of microfilm
Box = Box number in original collection

Box Folder Item Contents Reel
      Finding Aid and Reel Contents Guide 
      SERIES I: ANTIQUITIES OF THE ONONDAGAS Ten volumes containing a detailed account of the archaeology and history of the Onondaga Nation. Compiled from a wide variety of primary and secondary sources. In addition to textual information, each volume contains approximately an equal number of pages of fine illustrations of artifacts, and many detailed maps.   
    Volume I, 453p. text 
    Volume II, 624p. text 
    Volume III, 660p. text 
    Volume IV, 798p. text 
    Volume V, 864p. text 
    Volume VI, 596p. text 
    Volume VII, 472p. text 
    Volume VIII, 437p. text 
    Volume IX, 278p. text  10 
10      Volume X, 500p. text  11 
      Series II: Research Notebooks   
11      Iroquois Notes (2 vols. Indexed)
Notebooks providing general information in the organizational and social structure of the six nations comprising the Iroquois Confederacy. Includes loose 21-page manuscript entitled The Founders of the Iroquois League and Its Probable Date. The second volume contains Beauchamp's Corrections of Clarke's History of Onondaga. (v.1, 152p., v.2, 134p.) 
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Iroquois History Notebooks (5 vols. MS. bd.)
Compilation of notes from primary and secondary sources that provide a general survey of the history of the six nations. Volume 5 contains information on the geology and natural history of Onondaga County, New York.

V.1 History of the Six Nations, 138p.
V.2 Historical Work in Onondaga County, 27p.
V.3 Syllabus of the First Kanoono Karnival at Syracuse, 1905, 54p.
V.4 Empire State in Three Centuries (Notes), 119p.
V.5 Sources of Onondaga History, 67p., (Index) 

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13      Iroquois Folklore (3 vols. MS. Bd. Indexed) Notes and services of information relating to the traditional customs, tales, or legends preserved orally among the Iroquois (V.1, 300p.; V.2, 188p.; V.3, 119p.)  13 
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Iroquois Rites and Ceremonies (5 vols. MS. Bd.)
Notes on music, liturgy, and other materials of religious and other sacred meetings. Some actual scores included.

V.1 Ancient Rites of the Condoling Council. (The Preliminary Ceremony called at Wood's Edge), c. 100p.

V.2 Condolence Songs of the New York and Canadian Iroquois, 64p.

V.3 Iroquois Music from Canada and New York. 1905. (Mostly Onondaga tunes. Includes scores), 42p.

V.4 Seneca Text of New Religion, 172p. (Indexed)

V.5 Mohawk Prayer Book, 83p.  

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Biographical and Vital Statistics (3 vols. MS. Bd.)

V.1Vital Records and History of the Chapel of Good Shepherd, Onondaga Reservation, covering the period from 1868 through 1921, 70p.

V.2 Biographical Sketches of Onondaga Indians, 174p.

V.3 Names of Saint Regis Indians and Five of the Six [Iroquois] Nations [ca. 1645-ca. 1921], 191 (200)p. (Index) 

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Archaeology and Artifacts Notebooks (9 vols. MS. Bd.) Notebooks include maps and descriptions primarily in New York State where Indian relics have been found. Also, notes and illustrations of artifacts held by private collectors and/or public museums.

V.1 Indian Sites in New York State, 495p.

V.2 Maps of Indian Sites in New York State, 148p.

V.3 Notes on Indian Sites in New York and Elsewhere, 435p. 

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V.4 Index to Archaeologist Topics Found in Onondaga Antiquities and Scrapbooks, 108p.

V.5 Outline of Ohio Relics from Mr. Nissley, 87p.

V.6 Western Relics of Mr. Nissley, 59p.

V.7 L.W. Hillburgh Collection, 26p., 9 plates

V.8 Iroquois Wooden Mask in the New York State Museum.

V.9 Pocket Memoranda Book Containing Drawings of Indian Artifacts. 

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Indian Languages and Vocabularies (12 vols. MS. Bd.) Lexicons of words of Iroquois and other Indian languages. Also, notes on grammar and syntax.

V.1 Indian Vocabularies, 125p.

V.2 Indian Vocabularies, General Notes, 147p.

V.3 Onondaga Vocabulary, 193p.

V.4 Mohawk and Onondaga Languages, 177p. (Index)

V.5 [Rev. James] Bruyas' Mohawk Lexicon with Notes and Additions by Rev. W.M. Beauchamp (with A. Van Curler's Vocabulary), ca. 395p. 

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V.6 Mohawk Primer and Notes, 138p. (Index)

V.7 Onondaga Indian Botanical Names and Terms, 24p.

V.8a Seneca Words from Hewitt and Curtin, 35p.

V.8b Miscellaneous Collection of Notes Written in Seneca Dialect by Seneca White.

V.9 Chippewa Words from Tanner's Narrative, 1830, 36p.

V.10 Ojibwa Vocabulary.

V.11 Notes from Roger Williams A Key into the Language of America, 72p.

V.12 Notes from Roger Williams (Continued), 69p. 

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Indian Place Names (4 vols. MS. Bd.)

V.1 Indian Place Names in New York (Notes), 294p. (Index)

V.2 Indian Names in New York (Listed by County), 129p.

V.3 Indian Names in New York (Listed by County), 178p.

V.4 Indian Place Names in New England and Elsewhere (Notes), 88p. (Index) 

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21     

Moravian Missions (4 vols. MS. Bd.)

Notes on Moravian missionary work with the Onondaga in central New York State, ca. 1740-1760. Much of the information was excerpted from original missionary journals that contain good observations of Onondaga social life and customs.

V.1 Moravians in Central New York, 27p.

V.2 The Early Moravians in New York, 38p.

V.3 Moravian Missionary Journey to the Onondaga Indians of Carl Frederick and David Zeisberger, 158p. (Index)

V.4 Notes from Moravian Journals, 857p. (Index) 

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Jesuit Relations (6 vols. MS. Bd.) Notebooks containing excerpts from The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents: Travels and Explorations of the Jesuit Missionaries in New France, 1610-1791 (Reuben Gold Thwaites, ed.; Cleveland, Ohio: Burrows Bros., 1896). Notes relate to observations of Onondaga and other five Iroquois nations.

V.1 Book no. 1, 301p.

V.2 Book no. 2, 299p.

V.3 Book no. 3, 295p. 

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V.4 Book no. 4, 294p.

V.5 Notes on Jesuit Relations, 224p.

V.6 Indian Indexes to Jesuit Relations, 91p. 

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Notebooks - Assorted Topics (11 vols. MS. Bd.) Notebooks containing a wealth of information obtained from numerous primary and secondary sources, much of which pertains to Beauchamp's research on Indians.

V.1 Miscellaneous Notes, 248p. (Index)

V.2 Miscellaneous Notes, 478p. (Index) 

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V.3 Miscellaneous Notes, 118p. (Index)

V.4 Canadian Archives, 288p. (Index)

V.5 Notes and Queries, 93p. (Index)

V.6 Miscellaneous Notes Including Worden Reminiscences; Clark and Surrogate, etc., 214p. (Index) 

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V.7 Quaker Notes, &c. [;] Hewitt's Words: Includes notes from the journal of William Savery, notes regarding the Rev. J.W. Adams, and Onondaga words selected from J.N.B. Hewitt. 94p. (Index)

V.8 Notes from Loskiel & Others: Consists of notes he made from the writings of Loskiel, De Tocqueville, Henry, Wood, Champlain, Charlevois, etc. 160p. (Index)

V.9 Extracts from the journals of Elkanah Watson, etc., 152p.

V.10 Notes on Shikellimy and His Family and List of articles published by WMB in Baldwinsville Gazette and elsewhere, 138p.

V.11 Extracts from Pursh's Journal 

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27      Stockbridge Indian Documents (4 folders, MS.) Copies of land titles and other legal documents relating to the resolution of Indian land claims in New York State, ca. 1875. Documents were compiled by N.S. Merrill.  20 
      Series III: Iroquois Legends (recorded by A.C. Parker)   
28    Algonquin Chief and Wan-nut-ha. MS. 4p.  21 
28    Bear Chase. MS. 6p.  21 
28   The Boy and the Nia'gw'ahe. TS. 6p.  21
28   The Boy Who Lived with the Bears. TS. 8p.  21 
28   The Brothers Who Climbed into the Sky. TS. 9p.  21 
28   Bushy Head, the Bewitched Warrior. TS. 9p.  21 
28   The Coming of Death. MS. 5p. TS. 3p.  21
28   The Coming of Spring. TS. 5p.  21 
28   Creation. The Floating Island. MS. 8p.  21 
28  10    The Dancing Stars and the Sky Witches: Od-je-moh-dah and Ji-nen-yah. MS. 2p.  21 
28 11    De-o-noit and His Nephew: A Story of a Cannibal Who Became Converted. MS. 19p.  21 
28 12    The Dew Eagle (Os-he-da-gea or Geh-da-jin). MS. 2p. (2 copies)  21
28 13    [The Discontented Turtle Who Would Be Chief.] MS. 8p.  21
28 14    Ha-do-Wi, The Driven: What Happened When the Forbidden Arrow Was Shot. TS. 9p.  21 
28 15    The Elf Fold of the Iroquois. (Neh-jo-guh-ah). The Gan-do-ya of the Fruits and Grains. MS. 4p.  21 
28 16    The Evil Soul Gatherer (Deh-wi-yu). MS. 3p.  21
28 17    The Fire Carrier (Ga-cion-dse-t-a). MS. 7p.  21 
28 18    The Fish and Indian Maiden. TS. 7p.  21 
28 19    The Flying Heads. MS. 4p.  21 
28 20    The Ghostly Legs. MS. 4p. TS. 2p.  21 
28 21    Gashodie To. TS. 2p.  21 
28 22    Grandson of the Bewitched Family. MS. 21p.  21
28 23    The Great Serpent and the Young Wife. MS. 15p. TS. 7p.  21 
28 24    Hammer in His Belt. TS. 5p.  21 
28 25    He Goes to Listen. TS. 10p.  21 
29    How Habondas Found a Wife and Happiness. MS. 21p.  21 
29   How the Bear Lost His Tail. MS. 7p.  21 
29   How a Boy Outwitted a Nia'gwahe. MS. 10p. TS. 6p.  21 
29   How the Flying Squirrel Won His Wings, the Frog Lost His Teeth, and the Woodchuck Its Appetite. MS. 7p.  21 
29   The Hunter and His Star Belt. MS. 5p.  21 
29   The Hunter, the Sky Elk, and the Morning Star. TS. 4p.  21
29    The Hunter's Charm: A Stonish Giant Tale. MS. 6p.  21 
29   Indian Summer (Ska-Hai-We). MS. 5p.  21
29    The Isle of Fears (Sagowenota). MS. 10p.  21
29 10    Jidaogao, the Bird Women. TS. 3p.  21 
29 11    A Journey to the Sky World. The Brothers Who Climbed into the Sky. MS. 12p.  21
29  12    A Legend. TS. 4p.  21 
29 13    Legend of the Hemlock Tree. The Hemlock Tree Speaks. MS. 5p.  21 
29  14    Lightening [sic] Struck Trees. TS. 1p.  21 
29  15    The Man Who Exhaled Fire. His Dog and the Wolves. TS. 4p.  21 
29  16    The Myth Dwarf People. MS. 3p.  21 
29  17    The Mammoth (Nyah-gwa-hay). TS. 19p.  21
29  18    An Old Version of the Origin of the World and Its Inhabitants. Taken from an Ancient Chief in Olden Times. TS. 6p.  21 
29  19    The Origin of the Buffalo Society. TS. 7p.  21 
29 20    The Origin of the Charm Song against the Destroyer. TS. 6p.  21 
29  21    The Origin of the Chestnut Tree. MS. 15p.  21 
29  22    The Origin of the Death Dance. TS. 16p.  21 
29  23    The Origin of the Phadese. MS. 8p.  21 
29  24    The Origin of the Battle Snake Tribe. TS. 4p.  21 
29  25    Ot-to-tar-ho. TS. 5p.  21 
30    The Filades and the Pine (An Iroquois Legend). MS. 3p.  21 
30    The Rainbow and the Serpent. MS. 3p.  21 
30    The Seventh Son. TS. 7p.  21 
30    The Sky Elk. The Hunter. The Star Women. MS. 7p.  21
30    The Soul. MS. 6p.  21 
30    The Spirit of the Corn and the Crow. MS. 4p.  21 
30    The Spirit of the Rock. MS. 6p.  21 
30    Spirits of Nature. TS. 1p.  21
30    The Spirits of Winter and Summer. MS. 7p.  21 
30  10    The Stonish Giant. MS. 2p.  21 
30  11    The Tall Pine Speaks. MS. 4p.  21 
30  12    Tegwanda, The Flint Chip Thrower. TS. 4p.  21 
30  13    The Thunder Boy and the Human Snake. MS. 3p.  21
30  14    The Twelve Brothers and the Wrath of the Witch Warrior Shodjiosko (The Mischief Maker). TS. 7p.  21
30  15    Twentgaga. TS. 12p.  21 
30  16    Two Feathers. (A Seneca Legend). TS. 23p.  21 
30  17    The Two-Headed Serpent and the Brave Boy. The Supreme Ruler. MS. 5p.  21
30  18    The Under Earth Myth. MS. 4p. TS. 4p.  21 
30  19    Winter and Spring. MS. 5p.  21 
30  20    The Witch Hawk and Witch Bear Woman. MS. 6p.  21 
30  21    The Wolf and the Raccoon. TS. 3p.  21 
30  22    [Untitled]. TS. 13p.  21 
30  23    Notes to Chief's Version of Hiawatha Legend. MS. 12p.  21 
30  24    Code of Handsome Lake; an incomplete copy presented to A.C. Parker by Chauncey Johnny John of Cold Spring, New York. September 11, 1918. MS. Bd. 49(196)p.  21 
      Series IV: Scrapbooks and News Clippings   
      William Beauchamp Scrapbooks (12 vols., Table of Contents):   
31      No.1 1867-1879 (See index at end of finding aid.)  22 
32      No.2 1878-1884 (See index at end of finding aid.)
No.3 1885-1888 (See index at end of finding aid.) 
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33      No.4 1888-1894 (See index at end of finding aid.)
No.5 1893-1894 (See index at end of finding aid.) 
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34      No.6 1894-1895 (See index at end of finding aid.)
No.7 1897-1902 (See index at end of finding aid.) 
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35      No.8 1900-1913 (See index at end of finding aid.)
No.9 1914-1918 (See index at end of finding aid.) 
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No.10 1886-1922 (See index at end of finding aid.)
No.11 1918-1925 (Oversize newspaper clippings from Box 36, Scrapbook 11 are stored with Extra-Large Manuscripts - EL8.) (See index at end of finding aid.) 

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37      No.12 1914-1925 (Oversize newspaper clippings from Box 37, Scrapbook 12 are stored with Extra-Large Manuscripts - EL9.) (See index at end of finding aid.)  24 
      Grace Beauchamp Lodder Scrapbooks (2 vols., Table of Contents):   
38      No.1 1923-1929 (See index at end of finding aid.)  25 
39      No.2 1929-1930 (See index at end of finding aid.) 25 
      News Clippings, 1929-1944:   
40  1-3    Lila Jimerson Affair, 1930-1931  26 
40   Feast and Carnivals  26 
40   Onondaga Reservation  26 
40    French Fort and Colony  26 
40 7-17    Chronological, 1923-1931  26 
41  1-15    Chronological, 1932-1934  26 
42  1-16    Chronological, 1935-1937  26 
43  1-17    Chronological, 1938-1944  26 
      Parker Scrapbooks   
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V.1 Ely Parker Scrapbook of Newspaper Articles Written by and about Harriet Maxwell Converse and Miscellaneous Items, ca. 1880-1885. Bd. 142p. (See index at end of finding aid.)

V.2 Personal Scrapbook of Arthur C. Parker, ca.1900-1910. Bd. 54p. (See index at end of finding aid.) 

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      Harriet Maxwell Converse Scrapbooks   
45      V.1 Red Jacket and Indian Miscellaneous. 58p. (Table of Contents) (See index at end of finding aid.)
V.2 "Between Ourselves" column by H.M.C., ca.1899-1900 (See index at end of finding aid.)
V.3 Indian topics, ca.1902. 21p. (Table of Contents) (See index at end of finding aid.)
V.4 Scrapbook of F.M. Converse (husband of H.M. Converse), ca.1890s Cover title: Duplicate and Miscellaneous Clippings. 17p. (Table of Contents) (See index at end of finding aid.) 
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      Series V: Personal Papers of William Beauchamp   
      Correspondence (filed alphabetically by correspondent):   
46    Adams, Charles A. Syracuse, N.Y. December 12, 1921  28 
46      Allerton, Mary. Leesburg, Fla. April 4, 19?  28 
46     Ashteneur, Mrs. J.H. Oneida, N.Y. October 6, 1925  28 
46      Barber, Edwin A. Philadelphia, Pa. June 15, 1903  28 
46      Barrott, A.F. [n.d., fragment]  28 
46      Beauchamp, J. [England], April 12, 1840 (accretion ca. 1998) 28 
46      Blackchief, Herman. Onondaga Reservation. February 10, 1893  28 
46      Blair, E.H. Madison, Wisc. August 18, 1897  28 
46    Boyle, David. Toronto, Ontario. February 20, 1897, September 25, 1905  28 
46     Bruce, Louis. Hogansburg, N.Y. October 20, 1922  28 
46      Butcher, Charles. Syracuse, N.Y. July 20, 1920  28 
46      Carpenter, Mrs. C.M. Sandy Creek, N.Y. May 21, 1925  28 
46      Carson, Russell M.L. Glens Falls, N.Y. November 14,15, 1923  28 
46      Cheney, W.W. Manlius, N.Y. February 25, 1919  28 
46    Clark, A.J. Maple, Ontario. September 28, November 6, 1925  28 
46      Clark, George Tisdale. Oswego, N.Y. December 8, 1895  28 
46     Clark, John S. Auburn, N.Y. January 1, 1877, February 5, 1879  28 
46      Clarke, John M. Albany, N.Y. May 13, October 7, 1904; February 21, 1905; September 10, 17, 1913  28 
46      Clarke, Noah T. n.p. April 23, December 14, 1925  28 
46    Coley, Rev. Edward H. Utica, N.Y. April 3, 1925 28 
46      Congden, Charles H. Watertown, N.Y. January 5, 1924; September 21, 1925  28 
46      Cornell, Fred. Lexington, Va. n.d.  28 
46      Culin, Stewart. Philadelphia, Pa. October 29, 1897  28 
46     Cullen, John J. Auburn, N.Y. May 2, 1925  28 
46      Dewey, Alvin H. Rochester, N.Y. November 7, December 2, 1921; April 9, 1924  28 
46      Dewey, Melvil. Albany, N.Y. March 9, 1905; Lake Placid Club, N.Y. November 13, 1925  28 
46      Dodge, F.W. Washington, D.C. November 27, 1911  28 
46      Durance, Francis. Wilkes Barre, Pa. January 25, 1924  28 
46    Douglas, Arthur. Ottawa, Canada. August 22, 1908  28 
46      Dunn, J.P. Indianapolis, Ind. June 19, 1905  28 
46     Dunning, David M. Auburn, N.Y. July 23, 1925  28 
46      Dutcher, Fred E. Syracuse, N.Y. April 19, 1921; September 19, 1923  28 
46      Emerick, F.A. Fulton, N.Y. December 28, 1970  28 
46      Fiske, Charles. Utica, N.Y. March 23, 1925  28 
46    Gearhart, E.M. Erie, Pa. December 23, 1925  28 
46      Gilmore, Melvin R. New York, N.Y. January 30, 1924  28 
46      Gohl, Edward H. Auburn, N.Y. June 5, September 18, 1919, October 24, 1922  28 
46     Good, Orrin S. New York, N.Y. April 7, 1925  28 
46      Graves, C. Edward. St. Paul, Minn. August 27, 1918  28 
46      Greene, Nelson. Nyack, N.Y. December 15, 1923  28 
46      Grider, Rufus A. Canajoharie, June 17, 1889 (found as insert between pp. 84-85 of Scrapbook No.4 1888-1894 in Box 33)
Grider, Rufus A. Canajoharie, N.Y. October 22, 1895 
28 
46    Hall, E.H. New York, N.Y. August 15, 1918  28 
46      Harrington, E.M. Rochester, N.Y. August 6, 1901  28 
46      Hays, J.M. Philadelphia, Pa. February 8, 1921  28 
46     Herrick, F.E. Cortland, N.Y. April 8, 1918; n.p. n.d.  28 
46      Hinsdale, William E. Syracuse, N.Y. April 23, 1925 (pmk); May 27, 1925 (pmk)  28 
46      Holmes, W.H. Washington, DC. June 28, 1907  28 
46      Hyden, A.J. Lemon City (Miami), Fla. November 30, 1921  28 
46    Jewett, C.F. Berkshire, N.Y. April 23, 1922  28 
46      Jones, Beatrice. n.p. April 22, 1920  28 
46      Lakin, Charles A. Manlius, N.Y. February 24, 1914  28 
46     Landon, Henry F. Watertown, N.Y. September 21, 1925  28 
46      Leibert, Augustus. Bethlehem, Pa. August 18, 20, 1919  28 
46      Leonard, Orville H. New York, N.Y. June 9, 1911  28 
46      Lewis, James. New York, N.Y. March 30, 1878  28 
46      Loveland, M.D. Adams Center, N.Y. March 28, 1922  28 
46      Lucus, E.N. Chaumont, N.Y. May 18, 1925  28 
46    McGuire, Joseph O. Elliott City, Md. November 29, 1896  28 
46     Merrill, J.H. Albany, N.Y. June 29, 1900; February 19, 20, March 1, 3, April 5, 8, May 20, September 23, 1904  28 
46  10    Miliken, Charles F. Canandaigua, N.Y. March 16, November 11, 1921  28 
46      Millard, George, et al. Niagara Falls, N.Y. March 22, 1924  28 
46      Milton, T.M. Brewerton, N.Y. October 20, 1923  28 
46      Moon, Franklin. Syracuse, N.Y. June 3, 1925  28 
46      Moore, Clarence B. n.p. July 12, 1894  28 
46      Moorhouse, Marion L. Syracuse, N.Y. [192-?]  28 
46     Myers, Mary B. Syracuse, N.Y. December 19, 1924  28 
46      Nelson, Peter. Albany, N.Y. August 21, 1925  28 
46      Ollom, A.O. Waterville, N.Y. August 20, 1885  28 
46  11    Parker, Arthur C. Albany, N.Y. July 14, October 27, 1920; Rochester, N.Y. December 19, 1925  28 
46      Parsons, J.C. Marcellus, N.Y. December 27, 1913  28 
46      Pepper, George H. New York, N.Y. January 30, 1924  28 
46      Plaistend, Mrs. E.W. Brewerton, N.Y. December 26, 1919  28 
46     Prang, May (Mrs. Louis). Boston, Mass. July 6, 1921; September 20, 1925  28 
46  12    Rhodes, Thomas W. Old Fort, N.Y. September 9, 1917  28 
46      Riggs, James G. Oswego, N.Y. October 6, 1925  28 
46      Roberts, Louise W. Syracuse, N.Y. November 22, 1906  28 
46      Runchaclan. Montreal, Quebec. August 25, 1909  28 
46      Severance, Frank H. Buffalo, N.Y. January 24, October 22, 1924  28 
46      Sharp, C.P. Fulton, N.Y. September 24, 1923  28 
46     Skinner, Alanson B. Milwaukee, Wisc. April 19, November 22, 1921; New York, N.Y. March 2, 1925  28 
46      Slater, Leland S. Kent, Conn. October 10, 1920  28 
46      Smith, Henry B. Norwich, N.Y. August 13, 1912  28 
46      Souls, Edwin. Skaneateles, N.Y. June 3, 1918  28 
46  13    Sparker, Rowan D. Cooperstown, N.Y. March 19, 1923  28 
46      Stanton, Stephen V. Buffalo, N.Y. November 12, 1908  28 
46      Starr, Frederick. Chicago, Ill. August 11, 1905  28 
46     Stephens, Charles H. Rose Valley, Pa. May 4, 1925  28 
46      Stewart, T.B. Lock Haven, Pa. September 6, 1910; April 8, 1911; March 7, October 12, 1923; April 28, 1924  28 
46      Thompson, Mary Clark. New York, N.Y. April 15, 1920  28 
46      Vaux, William. [?]. December 3, 1878  28 
46      Vitz, Carl P.P. Albany, N.Y. August 24, 1911  28 
46      Vogler, William H. Nazareth, Pa. August 25, 1919  28 
46  14    Wait, John C. New York, N.Y. January 15, 1906  28 
46     Webster, A.H. Groton, N.Y. October 5, 1925  28 
46      Weeks, Archibald C. Brooklyn, N.Y. March 18, 1915  28 
46      Wheeler, Frank S. Buffalo, N.Y. November 26, 1922  28 
46      White, Andrew D. Ithaca, N.Y. July 20, 1910; April 2, 24, 1917  28 
46      Winchell, Alexander. Syracuse, N.Y. September 25, 1878  28 
46  15    Sister Francis, S.H.N. Oneida, Wisc. May 19, 1922; n.d.; n.d.  28 
46  16    W.M.B.-F.J.H. Merrill Correspondence, 1900-1901 re: Wampum  28 
46 17    W.M.B.-John H. Flea Correspondence, 1904  28
47      Diaries (4 vols. MS. Bd.)
V.1 May 8, 1862-June 13, 1888
V.2 June 15, 1888-October 27, 1895
V.3 October 28, 1895-July 20, 1911
V.4 July 25, 1911-November 7, 1925 
29 
      Articles, Speeches and Writings:   
48    Aboriginal Communal Life in America. TS. 6p. (American Antiquarian, V.9, No.6, November 1887, p.343-350)  30 
48    The Early Religion of the Iroquois. MS. 5p. (American Antiquarian, V.14, No.6, November 1892, p.344-349)  30
48    Indian Occupation of New York. TS. 3p.  30
48    Indian Pipes. TS. 3p. (American Antiquarian, V.4, No.3, October 1882, p.326-329)  30 
48   New York Earthworks. TS. 1p. (American Antiquarian, V.10, 1888, p.249-250)  30 
48    Notes on Early Medals, Rings, etc. TS. 6p.  30 
48    The Onondagas  30
48    The Origin and Antiquity of the New York Iroquois. TS. 2p. (American Antiquarian, V.8, 1886, p.358-366)  30
48    The Origin and Early Life of the New York Iroquois. TS. 16p. (speech delivered at Meeting of Oneida Historical Society, March 3, 1886 and later published in Transactions, 1887-1889, p.114-142).  30 
48 10    The Origin of the Iroquois. TS. 6p. (American Antiquarian, V.16, No.3, March 1894, p.61-69)  30 
48  11    The Principle Founders of the Iroquois League and Its Probable Date. MS. 27p.  30 
48  12    Prehistoric Man in Jefferson County. TS. 3p. (Skaneateles Democrat, 1907)  30
48  13    The Rarer Indian Relics of Central New York. TS. 7p. (American Antiquarian, V.11, 1889, p.106-116)  30
48  14    The Relics of the Iroquois. TS. 2p. (American Antiquarian, V.9, 1887, p.33-39)  30 
48  15    Wampum Used in Council as Currency. TS. 10p. (American Antiquarian, V.10, 1898, p.1-13)  30 
48  16    Extent and Situation of the Iroquois Country. TS. 7p.  30 
48  17   
  1. Early Salt Boilers: Discovery and Development of the Onondaga Salines. TS. 2p. (Syracuse Journal, 1887)
  2. The Story of Battle Island. TS. 2p. (Baldwinsville Gazette, 1887)
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48 18  

Letters addressed to the editor of The Post Standard (Syracuse, N.Y.), 1917-1921

  1. Concerning Trails. TS. 1p. 1920
  2. Onondaga Indian Trails. TS. 1p. 1921
  3. Early Cemeteries. TS. 1p. 1921
  4. Ephraim Webster’s House. TS. 1p. 1921
  5. Historical Societies. TS. 1p. September 30, 1921
  6. Indian Songs. TS. 1p. December 28, 1920
  7. The Inquisitive Four. TS. 1p. 1921
  8. New York Archaeology. TS. 1p. 1921
  9. Old Times and New. TS. 1p. August 11, 1920
  10. Onondaga Historical Association. TS. 1p. March 9, 1921
  11. Onondaga Historical Association. TS. 1p. 1921
  12. Wandering Botanists. TS. 1p. August 30, 1920
  13. Wider Historical Field. TS. 1p. January 9, 1919
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48 19    The Observations of John Bartram, Botanist of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Going to and Returning from Onondaga and Oswego, 1743. William M. Beauchamp, ed. For the Onondaga Historical Association. (Syracuse Press, 192-?). MS. 117p. and TS. 25p. Index  30 
48      Honoraria and Printed Material:  30 
49    Honorary Certificates, ca.1875-ca.1970  30 
49    Programs, Banquets, etc., ca.1911-ca.1975  30
49   

Printed Articles of W.M.B. from the Journal of American Folklore

  1. Onondaga Tales [?, p.262-270]
  2. The Good Hunter and the Iroquois Medicine (V.14, No.54, 1901)
  3. Iroquois Games [V.9, No. 32, Jan.-March 1896, p.269-278]
  4. Onondaga Plant Names [?, p.91-103]
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 49  

Printed Articles of W.M.B. from Assorted Journals

  1. New York Indian Missions in the Colonial Period. (The Church Eclectic. V.9, No.4, July 1881, p.289-303)
  2. Two Centuries Ago: Frontenac’s Expedition into the Onondaga Country in 1646. (Onondaga Historical Association Local History Leaflet no.10, August 1846. Syracuse Journal)
  3. “Bythinia Tentaculata” (Zoology, 1882, p.245: reprinted from the American Naturalist, March 1882)
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49   

Booklets

  1. The Real Hiawatha by Chief Hah-tah-e-nah, Seneca Nation. [Reprint, Akron N.Y. Herald, 1904] 34p. Cover title
  2. Saint Mary of Central New York (Mary Emmeline Halsey) 1845-1912. [n.p., n.d.] 27p. Cover title
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49   

Publications of Agencies and Societies

  1. American Indian Legends. Office of Indian Affairs Bulletin 17 (1972). [Phoenix (Ariz.) Indian School], 12p.
  2. Bibliography of Indian Legends. Dept. of Interior, Office of Indian Affairs. Bulletin 1977, No.2. Printed at Salem Indian School, Chemawa, Oregon. 7p. Cover title
  3. The Problems of Indian Administration. A Summary of the Merian Report. Eastern Association of Indian Affairs, Inc., Bulletin No.16, November 1928, 12p.
  4. The Six Nations. V.1, No.5, October 1927. Gowanda, N.Y., Gowanda News Print, 11p.
  5. Our Captives or “Wards” - The American Indian. No.1, November 1927. Joseph W., Latimer. [New York: 1927] 4p.
  6. The American Indian: Captive or Citizen. No.6, January 1931. Joseph W. Latimer. [New York: 1931] 4p.
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49   

Publications

  1. The Lord’s Prayer in the Indian Language. Broadside (9½” by 12½”)
  2. A Brief Statement of the Intercourse between Rev. J.H. Hanson, and the Parish of Christ Church, Manlius, Onondaga County, New York …[and] Rev. W.H. DeLancey, Bishop of the Diocese of Western New York. Ogdensburgh [N.Y.]: Stittman Forte, Book and J.B. Printer, 1851. 14p. Cover title
  3. Te-ho-ti-ka-lon-te. V.6, No.1, Trinity Seasion, 1924. Onondaga Reservation, NY: Church of the Good Shepherd. 4p.
  4. The Church of Work. V.1, No.8 [New York: Publicity Dept. of the Presiding Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church], 8p.
  5. The Parish Record. V.1, No.20, All Saints Church, Syracuse, N.Y.
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49    Publication
Le Courrier du Livre: Canadian. V.4, No.45 and 46. Quebec: Raoul Renault, 1900. Annotated 
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 49  

News clippings of articles by William Beauchamp

  1. French Settlers, Daily Journal, January 5, 1896
  2. Indian Names, 1846
  3. A Moravian Mission, Standard, January 31, 1894
  4. Onondaga Medals, Standard, April 25, 1894
  5. Maps of Onondaga, Standard, May 18, 1894
  6. A Missionary Journal, Syracuse Daily Journal, July 5, 1897
  7. Early Interments, Syracuse Journal, n.d.
30 
49  10    News clipping: Syracuse Evening Herald, September 1, 1896, regarding early history of Onondaga County, N.Y. (Oversize newspaper clipping from Box 49, Folder 10 is stored with Extra-Large Manuscripts - EL10).   30 
49  11    Miscellaneous Printed Material  30 
      Sundry Papers  
50    Biography of William M. Beauchamp, Sr. of Skaneateles, N.Y., and His Son Rev. William M. Beauchamp, STD, ca.1909, 106p.  31 
50    Address Book, MS. Bd., n.d.  31
50    Fish collected at Wood's Hole by U.S. Fish Commission, 1871. Notes and drawings, ca. 236p. Also includes Fish Farm Seneca River and Lake Ontario  31
50  
  1. Facts on the American Indian Today, ca.1923, TS. 2p.
  2. Socio-Economic Survey of the Onondaga Indian Reservation. TS. 1p.
  3. Bibliography: Stone Ornaments of the American Indian, author and subject lists. TS. 23p.
  4. A Historical Romance: The Pioneers of Onondaga County by Thomas W. Rhodes, A.B. Syracuse University, 1857
31 
50    Bills and Receipts, 1917-1975  31 
50    Drawings of Indian Artifacts  31 
50   Miscellaneous Scraps and Fragments  31
      Folio Documents 31
51      Manuscript Atlas of Indian Archaeological Sites and Aboriginal Place Names Primarily for New York State, 1v. ca.60p.  31 
52    Description of Unio by W.M.B. MS. 59p. (incomplete)  31
52    Illustrations and Description of Iroquois Masks in the New York State Museum. MS. c.75p.  31 
52  

Prints

  1. Totems Pole in Pioneer Square, Seattle, Washington [Seattle: Lowman and Hanford, ca.1910] Postcard (44 x 13.5 cm)
  2. [Seminole Indian Scene?] Photograph from Allerton Studio, Leesburg, Florida. (31 x 9 cm)
  3. “Members of the Onondaga Indian Tribe who participated in the pageant of the Original Iroquois League recently presented at the Onondaga Reservation.” [Newspaper wirephoto, n.d.]
31 
52    Certificate of an Honorary Doctorate granted to W.M.B. from Syracuse University, 1892  31 
52    Honorary Degree Certificate from Hobart College, 1884  31
52  

Newspapers

  1. American Indian Bulletin. The National American Indian Newspaper. V.1, No.1, Ryestone, Minn., January 1926, 8p.
  2. Skaneateles Free Press. V.42, No.45, August 24, 1915, 8p.
  3. Ote-queh-sah-he-eh, Field of Blood: Cattle now graze where Indian Martyrs once were tortured for being Christian/Fred D. Dutcher. Post Standard, Syracuse, N.Y., July 19, 1925, 3rd edition
  4. Iroquois Syracuse Herald, April 6, 1930
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      Series VI: Photographs   
53   Boys in creek. Onondaga Reservation, 1896  32 
53    Boys bathing (Albert Cusick in Foreground). Onondaga Reservation, 1896  32 
53    Lillie Bigknife, daughter of Melinda Pierce, a Cayuga. Onondaga Reservation, 1896  32
53    Onondaga women and children. Mrs. Moses Logan and Mrs. Eveline Waterman. Onondaga Reservation, 1896  32
53   Ulysses Pierce, Mrs. Moses Logan, and Mrs. Eveline Waterman with children. Onondaga Reservation, 1896  32 
53   Mary Printup, St. Regis Indian wife of Abram Printup of Onondaga. [Onondaga Reservation], 1896   32
53   Road to quarries. Onondaga Reservation, 1896  32 
53   Road to quarries. [Picnic scene]. Onondaga Reservation, 1896   32 
53   Road to quarries. A good time. Onondaga Reservation, 1896  32 
53   10  George LaFort and Frank George. [Onondaga Reservation], 1896  32 
53   11  Six little Indian boys looking at the creek. Onondaga Reservation, 1896  32 
53   12  Four little Indian [boys] about to speak. Onondaga Reservation, 1896  32
53   13  Sah-sen-nace, "Long Name" and Canada Indian. Onondaga Reservation, 1896  32
53   14  Mary Jones [with] daughter and grandchild. [in front of cabin]. Onondaga Reservation, 1896  32 
53    15  Daughter [Julie Williams] and grandchildren of Mary Jones. Onondaga Reservation, January 1896. (2 items)  32
53    16  Grandchild of Mary Jones. Onondaga Reservation, January 1896  32 
53    17  Olive Skanandoah at Eliza Fish's. Onondaga Reservation, January 1896  32 
53    18  Sawing wood. Orris Farmer [and] Ka-we-sah-ke (the boy). Onondaga Reservation, January 1896  32 
53   19  Cutting wood. A group at Orris Farmer's: Albert Webster, Canadian Indian and Elias Thomas. Onondaga Reservation, January 1896  32 
53   20  Falls on Onondaga Reservation, January 1896  32 
53   21  False faces on their annual round, few days after White Dog Feast. [Two persons wearing masks]. Onondaga Reservation, January 1896  32
53   22  Blackchief's family. Onondaga Reservation, 1896  32
53   23  Blackchief's wife. Onondaga Reservation, March 1896  32 
53   24  Cold Day Squaw [Women walking along on a winter day]. Onondaga Reservation, March 1896   32
53   25  Herman Blackchief with a snowsnake … Onondaga Reservation, March 1896  32 
53   26  Blackchief's children playing in the small creek. Onondaga Reservation, May 9, 1896  32 
53   27  Mrs. Katy Day (Webster) and Jacob Webster. Onondaga Reservation, May 9, 1896  32 
53   28  Mary Bigbear, Sally George, and "Baby" at Susan Bigbear's. Onondaga Reservation, May 9, 1896  32 
53   29  Mary Bigbear and Sally George pounding and sifting corn. Onondaga Reservation, May 9, 1896  32 
53   30  Mary Bigbear [with two] children: "Baby" and Freddie Waterman. Onondaga Reservation, May 9, 1896  32
53   31  Abbot Jones and Hewlett Jacobs. Onondaga Reservation, May 9, 1896  32
53   32  Lucy Pierce and Hewlett Jacob's children. Onondaga Reservation, May 9, 1896  32 
53   33  Julie Williams, an Oneida, and daughter of Mary Jones. She stands beside the antique pestle and mortar. Onondaga Reservation, May 9, 1896   32
53   34  Abbot Jones and Hewlett Jacobs pounding corn. Onondaga Reservation, May 9, 1896  32 
53   35  Hewlett Jacobs, wife, and children. Melinda Pierce. Onondaga Reservation, May 9, 1896  32 
53   36  Elias Thomas [sitting] at Orris Farmer's. Onondaga Reservation, May 9, 1896  32 
53   37  Elias Thomas [standing] at Orris Farmer's. Onondaga Reservation, May 9, 1896  32 
53   38  Orris Farmer's wife, step-daughter, Electa Waterman, [and child]. Onondaga Reservation, May 9, 1896  32 
53   39  Falls from below the bridge. Onondaga Reservation, May 9, 1896  32
53   40  Charlie Scott, Albert Cusick, Susan Bigbear, Sally George, and "Baby". Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32
53   41  Susan Bigbear and her house. Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32 
53   42  Mrs. Printup and her sister, Charlie Scott at Mrs. A. Hill's. Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896   32
53   43  Moses Smith's child. Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32 
53   44  William Johnson with children. Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32 
53   45  D. La Fort's grandson. Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32 
53   46  Falls at Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32 
53   47  Mary Island, an Oneida, making baskets. Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32 
53   48  Mary Island, making baskets. Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32 
53   49  Cabin of Sally George, "Ka-ste-de." Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32 
53   50  Interior of Sally George's cabin. Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32 
53   51  Moses Smith, wife, and child. Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32
53   52  Mrs. William Hill and son. Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32
53   53  Poulous getting water. Road to Syracuse in the distance. Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32 
53   54  Mission house and Charles Scott, Son of Reverend John Scott. Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896   32
53   55  Indian woman and boys crossing the bridge. Going fishing. Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32 
53   56  Susan Jimerson's baby on cradle board. Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32 
53   57  Ulysses Pierce, a Cayuga, and Mrs. Moses Logan. Onondaga Reservation, May 11, 1896  32 
53   58  Lillie Bigknife. Onondaga Reservation, September 1896  32 
53   59  Mary Jones's house. Electa Waterman, [and] Julie Williams' daughter. Onondaga Reservation, September 1896  32 
53   60  Baptist Thomas, "So-het-tis." Onondaga Reservation, September 1896  32
53   61  Bartram's Spring, east side of Onondaga Valley, September 1896  32
53   62  Road near Albert Cusick's. Onondaga Reservation, September 1896  32 
53   63  Indian children at twilight. Onondaga Reservation, September 1896   32
53   64  Quaker house. Onondaga Reservation, September 1896  32 
53   65  Hewlett Jacobs and others [on] a dark day. Onondaga Reservation, September 1896  32 
53   66  Alice Green and baby [on] a dark day. Onondaga Reservation, September 1896  32 
53   67  Alice Green, or Mrs. Van Every [with] her baby [on] a cradle board. Onondaga Reservation, September 1896  32 
53    68  John Green with his daughter, Alice, and grandchildren. Onondaga Reservation, September 1896  32 
53    69  Bartram's Spring West Side of Onondaga Valley. Grace Beauchamp [in picture on] the right, September 1896  32 
53    70  Mary Jones (Oneida). Onondaga Reservation, October 1896  32 
53    71  Alice Green (Mrs. Van Every) and baby. Onondaga Reservation, October 16, 1896  32 
53   72  Indian husker. Onondaga Reservation, October 16, 1896  32
53   73  Indian family on Onondaga Reservation, October 16, 1896  32
53   74  Indian women and children on bridge near Mrs. Van Every's. Onondaga Reservation, October 16, 1896  32 
53   75  Log cabin near Wilson Reuben's. Onondaga Reservation, October 16, 1896   32
53   76  Road near Moses Jones['s]. Onondaga Reservation, April 1, 1897  32 
53   77  Near Abram Hill's, [View] Looking west [showing] patches of snow. Onondaga Reservation, April 1, 1897  32 
53   78  Onondaga boys with darts on State Road north of the bridge. John White's house in the distance. Onondaga Reservation, April 1, 1897  32 
53   79  Boys with darts on State Road north of Bridge. Onondaga Reservation, April 1, 1897  32 
53   80  Elijah Hill, leader of the Onondaga Brass Band. Onondaga Reservation, April 1, 1897  32 
53   81  Rear view of Bill Isaac's cabin from S.E. Onondaga Reservation, April 1, 1897  32
53   82  Thomas Webster's house and barn on the road going to Albert Cusick's. Onondaga Reservation, April 1, 1897  32
53   83  Onondaga Council House from S.W. Onondaga Reservation, April 1, 1897  32 
53   84  [Man hoeing] near Wilson Reubin's. Onondaga Reservation, May 17, 1897   32
53   85  Wayside on Onondaga Reservation. Onondaga Reservation, May 17, 1897  32 
53   86  Bill Isaac [sic] (centre) and others. Onondaga Reservation, May 17, 1897  32 
53   87  Bill Isaacs. Onondaga Reservation, May 17, 1897  32 
53   88  Onondaga wampum belt. Onondaga Reservation, September 1897  32 
53   89  Mrs. Jaris Pierce holding Onondaga wampum belt. September 1897  32 
53   90  Grooved boulder near Pompey Center near Indian Spring, September 22, 1897  32 
53   91  Grooved boulder  32 
53   92  Grooved boulder  32 
53   93  Brook at Indian Spring southeast of Pompey Center, October 1897  32
53   94  Hewlett Jacob's boys. Onondaga Reservation, October 1897  32
53   95  Aunt Dinah's monument. Onondaga Reservation, 1898  32 
53   96  Creek near Albert Cusick's. Onondaga Reservation, 1898   32
53   97  Grinding Stone. Indian Hill, Pompey, 1898  32 
53   98  Phoebe Patterson's child at A. Hill's. Onondaga Reservation, 1898  32 
53   99  Phoebe Patterson's child at A. Hill's. Onondaga Reservation, 1898  32 
53   100  Printup house. Onondaga Reservation, 1898  32 
53   101  [Unidentified man]. Onondaga Reservation, February 7, 1898  32 
53   102  [Unidentified cabin]. Onondaga Reservation, February 7, 1898  32
53   103  Indian children. Onondaga Reservation, February 7, 1898  32
53   104  Snow snakes. [Three children playing]. Onondaga Reservation, February 7, 1898  32 
53   105  Baby on cradle board. Onondaga Reservation, April 28, 1898   32
54   106  Indian children. Onondaga Reservation, April 28, 1898  32 
54   107  Stream and spring near Onondaga Reservation northeast of Rockwell Spring, March 24, 1898  32 
54   108  Creek east of Council House. Albert Cusick by stream. Onondaga Reservation, April 28, 1898  32 
54   109  Creek east of Council House. Albert Cusick by stream. Onondaga Reservation, April 28, 1898 [different from above]  32 
54   110  Creek east of Council House. Albert Cusick by stream. Onondaga Reservation, April 28, 1898 [different from above]  32 
54   111a  Creek east of Council House. Albert Cusick by stone. Onondaga Reservation, April 28, 1898  32 
54   111b  Creek east of Council House. Onondaga Reservation, May 1898  32 
54   112  Near Mary Jones['s]. [Woman walking in the road]. Onondaga Reservation, April 1898  32 
54   113  Onondaga beaded belt, May 1898  32
54   114  John Green. Onondaga Reservation, 1900  32
54   115  Bill Isaacs. Onondaga Reservation, 1900  32 
54   116  Virginia and Elizabeth Beauchamp by Aunt Dinah's Grave. Onondaga Reservation, 1900   32
54   117  Aunt Dinah's Grave. Onondaga Reservation, 1900  32 
54   118  Condolence wampum and horn pipe, 1900  32 
54   119  Wampum, 1900  32 
54   120  Logan monument, Fort Hill, Auburn, N.Y.  32 
54   121  Logan monument, Fort Hill, Auburn, N.Y.  32 
54   122  Creek near Albert Cusick's. Onondaga Reservation, 1901  32
54   123  Albert Cusick on bank [of creek]. Onondaga Reservation, 1901  32
54   124  Albert Cusick [sitting by creek]. Onondaga Reservation, 1901  32 
54   125  Albert Cusick [standing on stone by creek]. Onondaga Reservation, 1901  32
54   126  [Creek]. Onondaga Reservation, 1901  32 
54   127  Mound at Arch Lake. Jefferson County, N.Y., 1901  32 
54   128  Mound at Arch Lake. Jefferson County, N.Y., 1901  32 
54   129  A knitted Indian belt, 1903  32 
54   130  A child living with Eliza Fish. Onondaga Reservation, 1903  32 
54   131  Grace Beauchamp near falls on Onondaga Reservation, 1903  32 
54   132  In quarries. Onondaga Reservation, 1903  32 
54   133  Looking north from quarries. Onondaga Reservation, 1903  32 
54   134  Grace Beauchamp in quarry east of quarry road. Onondaga Reservation, 1903  32
54   135  Looking south on main road through Onondaga Reservation, 1903  32
54   136  In quarries. Onondaga Reservation, 1903  32 
54   137  Leon Bool's House. Onondaga Reservation, 1903/1904  32
54   138  [Cabin] near Wilson Reubin's. Onondaga Reservation, 1904  32 
54   139  [Unidentified cabin]. Onondaga Reservation, 1904  32 
54   140  Indian orchard. Onondaga County, N.Y., 1904  32 
54   141  Indian orchard. Onondaga County, N.Y., 1904  32 
54   142  Indian orchard. Onondaga County, N.Y., 1904  32 
54   143  Quarries. Onondaga Reservation, 1904  32
54   144  A gathering at the Council House. Onondaga Reservation, [ca.1896-ca.1904]  32
54   145  Onondaga Council House. Onondaga Reservation, [c.1896-c.1904]  32 
54   146  [Unidentified child]. Onondaga Reservation, [ca.1896-ca.1904]  32
54   147  Onondaga Indian boy. [Onondaga Reservation, ca.1896-ca.1904]  32 
54   148  [Unidentified]. Onondaga Reservation, [ca.1896-ca.1904]  32 
54   149  [Unidentified girl], Onondaga Reservation  32 
54   150  Onondaga Reservation falls, [ca.1896-ca.1904]  32 
54   151  Bridge below falls. Onondaga Reservation, [c.1896-c.1904]  32 
54   152  Near the falls. Onondaga Reservation, [ca.1896-ca.1904]  32 
54   153  West of creek looking west. Onondaga Reservation, October 1914  32 
54   154  Virginia Beauchamp on road on reservation from south Onondaga looking west, October 1914  32 
54   155  North end of Indian Hill on reservation. Virginia Beauchamp [standing] in the road, October 1914  32
54   156  Virginia Beauchamp at spring west of Onondaga Creek. Onondaga Reservation, October 1914  32
54   157  Bear Mountain. Onondaga County, N.Y., 1914  32 
54   158  Webster House. Onondaga Valley, ca.1914  32
54   159  Fort site and Jamesville Reservoir, ca.1914  32 
54   160  Fort site. Chittenango Creek, ca.1914  32 
54   161  Fort site. Onondaga Valley, ca.1914  32 
54   162  Fort site. Chittenango Creek, ca.1914  32 
54   163  Fort site. Onondaga Valley on terrace, ca.1914  32 
54   164  Fort site. Jamesville Reservoir on right, ca.1914  32
54   165  Fort site. Mile Square on Higherland, ca.1914  32
54   166  Fort site. Chittenango Creek, ca.1914  32 
54   167  [Boulders from Fox Ridge near Seneca River, ca.1914]  32
54   168  [Boulders from Fox Ridge near Seneca River, ca.1914]  32 
54   169  Indian clay pot found at Owasco Park, 1913  32 
54   170  North side of Baptist Thomas House. Onondaga Reservation, 1917  32 
54   171  Onondaga Indian School. Onondaga Reservation, n.d.  32 
54   172  Unidentified family, n.d.  32 
54   173  Aunt Dinah's monument, n.d.  32 
54   174  Danforth marker, East Onondaga, N.Y.  32
54   175  Webster marker, Onondaga Valley, N.Y.  32
54   176  Outlet of Nichol's Pond, 1918  32 
54   177  Outlet of Nichol's Pond, 1918   32
54   178  Nichol's Pond Looking West, 1918  32 
54   179  [Boulder, near Nichol's Pond?], ca.1918  32 
54   180  Unidentified - 4 Indians, ca.1918  32 
54   181  Unidentified - Indian woman and child, ca.1918  32 
55   Indian children at the home of Blackchief's sister-in-law. Onondaga Reservation, 1892. 6 items  32 
55   Blackchief and family with William and Virginia Beauchamp at the falls. Onondaga Reservation, 1892. 3 items  32
55    Victoria Jamison and others braiding corn husk. Onondaga Reservation, 1892. 5 items  32
55   William and Virginia Beauchamp (right) and Albert Cusick (left) at Hemlock Creek. Onondaga Reservation, 1892. 5 items  32 
55    Rustic bridge near Danforth's Landing, Onondaga Creek, half a mile east of Onondaga Valley, 1892. 4 items  32
55   Albert Cusick and Eliza Webster, at her home. Onondaga Reservation, 1894. 5 items  32 
55   Bill Isaacs. Onondaga Reservation, 1893. 3 items  32 
55   William Buck, Melinda Pierce, and child. Onondaga Reservation, [ca.1892]  32 
55    Albert Printup and wife in front of their home with Thomas Webster (seated). Onondaga Reservation, 1894. 3 items  32 
55   10  Abram Hill, Oneida Chief and Keeper of Wampum, 1894. 2 items  32 
55    11  Albert Cusick (left) and others in a cornfield. Onondaga Reservation, 1892. 5 items  32 
55   12  Grace Beauchamp and Albert Cusick by Hemlock Creek. Onondaga Reservation, 1891. 6 items  32 
55   13  Lillie Bigknife (daughter of Melinda Pierce). Onondaga Reservation, 1891. 4 items  32 
55    14  William and Virginia Beauchamp with Albert Cusick and Wife. Onondaga Reservation, [ca.1891?]. 1 item  32
55   15  Carrie Greene (Mrs. Blackchief), Alice Green, and children by falls, Onondaga Reservation. Thomas Webster house and barn in distance, ca.1892  32
56    16  Albert Cusick near upper bridge over Hemlock Creek. Onondaga Reservation, 1892. 6 items  33 
56    17  William Buck in yard at S. Cusick's. Onondaga Reservation, 1893. 5 items  33
56    18  Leah Hill and Albert Cusick. Onondaga Reservation, 1894. 5 items  33 
56    19  Onondaga Creek, near the old fort, 1893. 5 items  33 
56    20  Bill Isaacs. Onondaga Reservation, 1894. 3 items  33 
56    21  Albert Cusick (left) and Hewlett Jacobs (right) pounding corn. Onondaga Reservation, 1891. 4 items  33 
 56   22  Abram Printup and wife by their home. Onondaga Reservation, 1892. 3 items  33 
 56   23  [Abram Hill?] by upper Hemlock Creek. Onondaga Reservation, ca.1891-1894. 2 items  33
56    24  Scene on Hemlock Road, northeast of Council House, Onondaga Reservation. 1 item  33
56   25  Jake Skenondoah's wife, with her child on cradle board. Council House in background. Onondaga Reservation, 1894. 4 items  33 
56   26  Women pounding corn and weaving baskets. Onondaga Reservation, 1893. 2 items  33
56    27  William Beauchamp with Abram Hill, wife and grandson. Onondaga Reservation, 1891. 2 items  33 
56   28  Mary Island making a floor mat. Onondaga Reservation, 1891. 3 items  33 
 56   29  William Beauchamp and Albert Cusick in the garden of A. Cusick's, Onondaga Reservation. 3 items  33 
 56   30  William Beauchamp and others at a well, Onondaga Reservation. 4 items  33 
57    Stereo Views 17.5 x 8.5 cm. (J. Austin). Convocation, Church of the Good Shepherd, 1873 Reception of convocation by Captain George, July 1873  33 
57   Interior of the Church of the Good Shepherd, William Beauchamp seated at the altar, 1882. (Wildey). 16.5 x 10.7 cm.  33 
57   Captain Tallchief family and residence, 1882. (Wildey). 16.5 x 10.7 cm.  33 
57   Group of Indians taken at fair. Onondaga Reservation, 1882. (Wildey). 16.5 x 10.7 cm.  33 
57    John and Mary Green, 1882. (Wildey). 16.5 x 10.7 cm.  33
57   Bill Issac family and Side of House, c.1890. 12 x 20 cm.  33
57   Onondaga Council House, View from S.E., 1887. 20 x 12.5 cm.  33 
57   Albert Cusick, ca.1890s. (Flint). 10.7 x 16.5 cm.  33
57    Albert Cusick residence. (5 items). Original: 15 x 10 cm.  33 
57   10  Albert Cusick on porch of his house. 20 x 12.5 cm. Albert Cusick with Fanny Crosby and Mrs. J.T. Roberts. (2 items)  33 
57   11  Unidentified view of home with group on the porch. 20 x 12.5 cm. Unidentified man and woman. 20 x 12.5 cm.  33 
57   12  Five unidentified photographs: Jairus Pierce family and residence?  33 
57    13  Real Photo Postcards 14 x 8.5cm. Group at Jairus Pierce residence Baptist Thomas Unidentified man Printup grandchildren Fanny Crosby, Albert Cusick, and Mrs. John T. Roberts Dr. Todd and Dr. Beauchamp  33 
57   14  Grace and Virginia Beauchamp at Indian Orchard, 1904 Elm tree on Onondaga Residence, 1904. 12.5 x 12.5 cm.  33
57   15  Onondaga Reservation, 1904. Two views of valley and surrounding hills. 12.5 x 12.5 cm.  33
57   16  Miss Remington, Mission Housekeeper. 10.7 x 16.5 cm.  33 
57    17  Portraits of Reverend William M. Beauchamp  33 
58    William M. Beauchamp, 1923. 17.5 x 13.5 cm.  33
58   Chief Albert Cusick, Onondaga Chief, n.d. (Wolcott). 11.2 x 13.7 cm.  33 
58    Albert Cusick, n.d. 17.5 x 12.5 cm.  33 
58    Captain George, n.d. (Palmer). 17.7 x 23 cm.  33
58    Captain George, n.d. 20.5 x 25.5 cm.  33 
58    Thomas Jacobs of Cornplanter Reservation, n.d. (Wolcott). 20.5 x 25.5 cm.  33 
58   Iroquois Indian Band at Baldwinsville, New York. Centennial Celebration, May 30, 1894. 25.5 x 20.3 cm.  33 
58    Ordination of Albert Cusick. Church of the Good Shepherd. Onondaga Reservation, n.d. 25.5 x 20.3 cm.  33 
58    Eliza Webster house, 1894. (Wolcott). 25.5 x 20.3 cm.  33 
58    10  Methodist Episcopal Church. Onondaga Reservation, n.d. (Wolcott). 25.5 x 20.3 cm.  33 
58   11  Onondaga Council House, from the S.W., n.d. (Wolcott). 30.5 x 25.5 cm.  33 
58   12  Schoolhouse. Onondaga Reservation, n.d. (Wolcott). 30.5 x 25.5 cm.  33 
58   13  Church of the Good Shepherd and Mission House. Onondaga Reservation, n.d. (Wolcott). 30.5 x 25.5 cm.  33
58    14  Wesleyan Church. Onondaga Reservation, n.d. (Wolcott). 30.5 x 25.5 cm.  33
58   15  Six Nation Elm. Onondaga Reservation, n.d. (Wolcott). 30.5 x 25.5 cm.  33 
58    16  View of Onondaga Reservation looking west from ridge above Albert Cusick farm, n.d. 30.5 x 25.5 cm.  33
58    17  Jairus Pierce family and residence. Onondaga Reservation, n.d. 30.5 x 25.5 cm.  33 
58    18  At Onondaga picnic: Reverend William L. Hayward, John Griffin, Thomas LaFort, and W.W. Newman, n.d. 30.5 x 25.5 cm.  33 
58   19  William M. Beauchamp overlooking Indian Hill, from the east, 1904. (Wolcott). 35.5 x 28 cm.  33 
58   20  William M. Beauchamp and Father Mahoney, Indian Hill in the distance, 1904. (Wolcott). 35.5 x 28 cm.  33 
58   21  Red Jacket monument, Canoga, west side of Cayuga Lake, n.d. (Wolcott). 30.5 x 25.5 cm.  33 
59    1-5  Meeting of Madison County Historical Society at Nichol's Pond (near Perrysville), N.Y., June 24, 1902. William Beauchamp appears in all pictures. 16 x 13.5 cm.  33
59   Ascent to Indian fort in Rarick's Park. Elmira, N.Y., 1966. 12.5 x 12.5 cm.  33
59    Chaumont Bay, Jefferson County, N.Y. 13.5 x 11 cm. Amidon's Landing View of the bay Amidon's cottage Interior scene  33 
59   Indian prayer book of 1769. 13.5 x 11 cm.  33 
59    Oshwekin Council House, Canada. 12.5 x 12.5 cm.  33
59    10  Red Jacket monument. Canoga, N.Y. (Seneca County), n.d. 14 x 16.5 cm.  33 
59    11  Monument, ancient Indian burying place of Stockbridge Indians, Stockbridge, Mass., 20 x 25 cm.  33 
59   12  Map of M'DE'LA BARRE's Camp (Lake Frontinac). 22.5 x 17.5 cm.  33
59   13  Stereo Views. 17.5 x 8.5 cm. Tower of Friendship. Alfred University Indian grave at Fort Laramie. Wyoming  33 
59   14 

Portraits of Flathead Indians of Montana (Butte, Mont.: F.E. Peeso, 1907). 10.2 x 16.5 cm.

  1. Chief Antron Moise
  2. Chief Moise wife and daughter
  3. Unidentified Flathead man
  4. John Delaware of Left Handed Flathead
  5. John Delaware of Left Handed Flathead (in front of teepee)
  6. John Delaware of Left Handed Flathead with elk hair headdress
  7. Many Bear - Flathead
  8. Plains Cree (family)
  9. A son-in-law of the famous Bannock Chief Ten Dog from Lemhi, Idaho
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59    15 
  1. Unidentified group of Indian chiefs?
  2. Autograph photo of Ruth Margaret Muskert
  3. Printed photo of Daniel LaFort
33 
59   16  Bronze tablet honoring Lewis Henry Morgan  33 
60    Group of Indian men and wampum belts. 16.5 x 11 cm.  33 
60   New York wampum belts. (2 items) 12.5 x 12.5 cm.  33 
60   Canadian wampum belts. (3 items) 12.5 x 12.5 cm.  33 
60   Knitted Onondaga Indian belt, Cliff family, 1903. 12.5 x 12.5 cm.  33 
60   Shoemaker Belt, 1901. 12.5 x 12.5 cm.  33
60    Two wampum belts of the Six Nations (Iroquois). 20.3 x 17.4 cm.  33
60   Wampum. 27.8 x 17.8 cm.  33 
60   8-9  Wampum. 20.3 x 25.5 cm.  33
60    10-11  Condolence Wampum. 20.5 x 28.5 cm.  33 
60   12  Wampum? 29.3 x 25.5 cm.  33 
60   13  Wampum? 30.5 x 25.5 cm.  33 
60    14  Wampum belts (Europe)  33 
61    Artifacts from Collection O.M.B. Bigelew, Baldwinsville, N.Y.
  1. Copper implement
  2. Proscorpias Osborni
  3. Pottery
34 
61   Specimen (arrowhead) of Long Island. Found by Edward Bishop of Northport, N.Y. (3 items)  34
61    Pictograph, [Barum?] village site, Ross County, Ohio, 1897  34
61   Pipe found near Indian grave in the Town of Avon … owned by F.H. [Comfort?] of Sonyea, N.Y.  34 
61   Photographs by E.H. Gohl of Auburn, N.Y.
  1. Algonquin pot rim, Owasco Lake Park, 1920
  2. Algonquin clay pot from Owasco Lakeside Park, 1920
  3. Onondaga war club owned by Chief Daniel LaFort, Onondaga Indian Reservation, 1918
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61    Ten views of stone pot found near Saratoga, collection of L.W. Hillburgh  34
61   Artifacts of L.W. Hills, Fort Wayne, Indiana
  1. Pipe found near Wyandot, Wayne County, Michigan
  2. Pipe (?) found near Pioneer, Ohio
34 
61    Artifacts of L.W. Hills
  1. Pipes
  2. Pipe found in Allen County, Indiana
  3. Stone with a flat surface
34 
61    Three copper implements from Bluff Point, Keuka Lake, near Penn Yan, New York. Collection of Lorimer Ogden  34 
61   10  Relics [Arrowheads] of A.J. Petit of Peru, New York. 5 items  34
61   11  General view of the collection of Indian artifacts owned by T.B. Stewart of Lock Haven, Pennsylvania  34 
61   12 

Stewart Collection: views of individual items

  1. Bone point
  2. Part of a pipe?
  3. Fragments of clay pottery
  4. Pipes, etc.
  5. Bone
  6. Pestle or unfinished table
  7. Pipe
  8. Pipes
  9. Pipe
  10. Soapstone
  11. Pottery
  12. Display of assorted implements
  13. Stone carvings
  14. Stone carving
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61    13  Pipe found in the vicinity of Oswego, N.Y. by D.D. Stone  34 
61    14  Pipes found in the vicinity of Danville, Pa., owned by Christopher Wren of Plymouth, Pa.  34 
62    Pipe (3 views)  34
62   Collection of artifacts found near Three Mile Bay, Chaumont, N.Y.  34 
62   Pottery
  1. Vessel found at Theresa, N.Y.
  2. Jar found at St. Lawrence camp site
34 
62    Collection of artifacts found in New Hampshire (2 views)  34
62   Collection of artifacts - Unidentified (4 views)  34 
62   Unidentified collections of Indian artifacts (2 views)  34 
62    Indian brooches  34
62  
  1. Specimen plate from the "Stone Age"
  2. Specimen illustration from "Stone Ornaments"
34 
62    Artifacts
  1. Pottery
  2. Clay Pot
  3. Unidentified Collection
  4. Bones
  5. Vessel
34 
62    10  Three unidentified implements  34
62   11  Pipe found at Caton, Steuben County, N.Y. From the collection of J.L. Moore of Corning, N.Y.  34 
62   12  Moore Collection, Corning, N.Y.  34 
62   13  Moore Collection, Corning, N.Y.  34
      Series VII: Postcards and Published Photographs
Picture Post Cards 14 x 8.5 cm.
(RP indicates Real Photo Postcard)
 
63    M.E. Church, Onondaga Reservation (RP)  34 
63    M.E. Church, Onondaga Reservation (RP)  34 
63    School House, Onondaga Reservation (RP)  34
63    Onondaga County looking west from mission house  34 
63   Henderson Harbor (RP)  34 
63   Ha-Ya-Wa-Is. Cary W. Martin Historical Reproductions, Chautauqua. Verso: Jesse Cornplanter, Seneca. (Houston Art Print, Cincinnati)  34
63   Ha-Ya-Wa-Is. Cary W. Martin Historical Reproductions, Chautauqua. Verso: Young Cornplanter, Seneca. (Houston Art Print, Cincinnati)  34 
63   Hiawatha. Hartman Historical Reproductions, Chautauqua (Houston Art Print, Cincinnati)  34 
63   Cary W. Hartman, Edward Cornplanter, [and] Jesse Cornplanter. Cary W. Hartman Historical Reproduction, Chautauqua, N.Y.  34
63   10  Same as number 9  34 
63   11  Bronze statue at Fort George, N.Y. Dedicated October 5, 1921 (RP)  34 
63   12  Bronze statue at Fort George, N.Y. Dedicated October 5, 1921 (RP)  34
63    13  Old Dum House, Erected in 1763, Johnstown, N.Y.  34 
63    14  Site of Fort Stanwix, Rome, N.Y. (Valentine and Sons, N.Y.)  34 
63   15  Button's Inn. Once a popular tavern on the Old Portage Road between Mayville, and Westfield, N.Y. (Detroit Pub. Co.)  34
63   16  The Famous Black Water Regiment at Ticonderoga, July 8, 1789. (Glen Falls Insurance Co./Detroit Publication Co.)  34 
63   17  Monument (commemorating the landing of the Swedes, 1638), Wilmington, Del. (Souvo Superior Quality Crome)  34 
63   18  Indian Monument, Stockbridge, Mass.  34
63    19  Stenton - Country seat of James Logan, Built 1728-1730 (Charles R. Pancoast, 1914) [Exterior View]  34 
63    20  Stenton - Hall and staircase  34 
63    21  Stenton - [Monument to Dinah]  34
63    22  Stenton - A corner of the garden  34 
63    23  Stenton - The Dove Cote  34 
63   24  Stenton - The south side of the house  34
63   25  Stenton - Bedroom  34 
63   26  James Logan, Born 1674. Died at Stenton, 1751. (Pennsylvania Society of the Colonial Dames of America, 1918)  34 
63   27  Mohawk Church, Erected 1785, Brantford, Ont. (Hellotype, Ltd., Ottawa)  34
63     Detroit Publishing Co. Issues:  34 
63   28  Ute Chief, "Unca" (240)  34 
63   29  Apache Warriors (241)  34
63   30  Apache Chief, "James A. Garfield" (243)  34 
63    31  The Cigarette Smoker (244)  34 
63    32  "Buckskin Charlie" Subchief of the Utes (245)  34
63   33  Ute Chief, "Piah" (246)  34 
63   34  "Powatch" Ute Warrior (247)  34 
63   35  Ute Chief, "Turboacheket" (248)  34
63   36  "Ute Chief Unca"  34 
63    37  "Vamapi" Ute Runner (250)  34 
63    38  Apache Warriors (5242)  34
63    39  Seminole Indian Mother and Children (70763)  34 
63    40  Seminole Indian and Family in Dugant Canoe, Miami River, Fla. (70150)  34 
63      Carson-Harper Co., Denver, Colorado, Rocky Mountain Series:  34
63   41  The Papoose (5)  34 
63   42  "Old Colorow" Chief of Ute Indians (6)  34 
63   43  Ute Indian Squaw and Papoose (7)  34
63   44  Indian Runner (8)  34 
63   45  "Tushaquint" Indian Chief (9)  34 
63     Miscellaneous Publishers:  34
63   46  Pueblo Indian Dances, Ancient Cliff Dwellings, Manitou, Colorado  34 
63   47  John Smith or Ga-be-nah-qwey, Chippewa Chief, Cass Lake Minnesota (died 1916 age 130)  34 
63    48  Ga-be-nah-qwey  34
63    49  Ga-be-nah-qwey  34 
63   50  An Indian Group  34 
63   51  Red Crow "Troilene Indian Series" (W.E. McFarlane, New York, Toronto, and Buffalo)  34
63   52  Chief Seattle (Acmegraph Co., Chicago)  34 
63   53  Princess Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle (Lowman & Hanford, Seattle)  34 
63    54  Unidentified Plains Indians  34
63    55  Seminole Indian Family, Florida (H. & W.B. Drew Co., Jacksonville, FL)  34 
63    56  "Chief Yellow Hair" Greetings from Sioux Falls, S.D. (Selige Pub., St. Louis)  34 
63    57  Crazy Snake, leader of the Creek insurrection, Muskogee, Long Island. [Oklahoma] Mohart Drug Co., Muskogee, Indian Territory [Oklahoma]  34
63    58  "Chief Spotted Tail"  34 
63   59  "Picketpin Sioux"  34 
63   60  Seminole Wedding, Miami, Florida (E.C. Kropp, Milwaukee)  34
63   61  Seminole Indians, Miami, Florida (J.N. Chamberlin, Miami)  34 
63   62  The Old Seminole Chief, Miami, Florida (Chamberlin)  34 
63   63  Seminole Indians, Miami, Florida (Chamberlin)  34
63   64  Oldest Seminole Indian woman living - 100 Years Old (Chamberlin)  34 
63   65  Bride and groom, Miami, Florida (Chamberlin)  34 
63   66  Moving day in the Everglades (Chamberlin)  34
63    67  Seminole Indian and papoose, Miami, Florida (Chamberlin)  34 
63    68  [Banana Harvest] Panama  34 
63   69  Indian artifacts of Alva S. Reed, Livonia, N.Y.  34
63   70  Arrowheads  34 
63   71  Artifacts of Dr. T.B. Stewart, Lock Haven, Pa.  34 
63   72  Cliff Dwellers pottery and relics, Manitou, Colorado  34
63    73  Antiquedades. Costa Rica  34 
63    74  Clay pot found near branch of Pahopoco Creek, Carbon County, Pennsylvania  34 
63      Set of six pictorial cards of the Battle of Wyoming, July 3, 1778. (Wyoming Historical and Genealogical Society, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania):  34
63    75  Battle of Wyoming  34 
63    76  The Last Scalp  34 
63   77  Colonial Chair and Table  34
63   78  Front Table on Wyoming Monument, Wyoming, Pennsylvania  34 
63   79  Wyoming Monument, Wyoming, Pennsylvania  34 
63   80  Wyoming Valley on July 3, 1778  34
63   81  Loose souvenir booklet of Indians of Lander, Wyoming  34 
63   82  Loose photographic album containing many of the views found in Miniature View Series of Onondaga Reservation Views  34 
63   83  Loose Rinehart's Prints of American Indians, (F.A. Rinehart, Photographer, Omaha, Nebraska, USA), 1920. 80p.  34
64     Series VIII: Maps
(files with Extra-Large Manuscripts; formerly Box 64)
  EL1 Map of the territorial divisions of the aborigines of New York State about A.D. 1000 by W.M. Beauchamp, 1899 (Albany: New York State Museum)  35 
  EL2 Political map of Onondaga County, N.Y., showing Indian sites, n.d.  35
  EL3 Geological and topographical map of Onondaga County by George Gesses, 1860 (Albany: C. Van Benthuysen). Annotated  35
  EL4 Map of Staten Island, … by Charles W. Leng with Ye Olde Names and Nicknames by William T. Davis (Natural Science Association of Staten Island, 1894)  35 
  EL5 Map showing trails, portages, and settlements from Albany to Niagara during the superintendency of the Six Nations by Sir William Johnson (Syracuse Univ., ca. 1920)  35 
  EL6 Map of the State of New York showing the location of quarries of stone used for building and road metal by Frederick J.H. Merrill, 1897  35
  EL7

Manuscripts, Maps, and Diagrams

  1. Map of early settlements in New York State
  2. Stockade west of Cazenovia, N.Y.
  3. Earthwork,Lot 10, Elbridge, N.Y.
  4. Earthwork, Lot 24, Granby, N.Y.
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65     Glass plate negatives (in vault)  35
66      Glass plate negatives (in vault)  35
67      Glass plate negatives (in vault)  35 
68      Glass plate negatives (in vault)  35 
69      Oversize newspaper clippings
(file with Extra-Large Manuscripts; formerly Box 69) 
35
  EL8   Oversize newspaper clippings from Box 36, Scrapbook 11  35
  EL9     Oversize newspaper clippings from Box 37, Scrapbook 12  35
  EL10   Oversize newspaper clippings from Box 49, Folder 10  35 

 

Index to Scrapbooks of Newspaper Clippings (by Title) in the William M. Beauchamp Papers

The scrapbooks are housed in Boxes 31-39 and 44-45; Boxes 40-43 contain folders of newspaper clippings.

Index to Newspaper Clippings (by Title) in William M. Beauchamp's Scrapbooks (Boxes 31-37)

Index to Newspaper Clippings (by Title) in Mrs. Grace Beauchamp Lodder's Scrapbooks (Boxes 38-39)

Index to Newspaper Clippings (by Title) in the Parker Scrapbooks (Box 44)

Index to Newspaper Clippings (by Title) in the Harriet Maxwell Converse Scrapbooks (Box 45)

Last Updated: January 29, 2014