Black-and-white glass lantern slide of Joe Toney, his wife, and their daughter, Mali. Joe Toney was the son of Santu Toney, who claimed to be Beothuk.; Slide located in section labelled 'Beothuk'; 13:1-2-c
Black-and-white glass lantern slide of two Mi'kmaq men. Tom Joe, left, carrying moose antlers, snowshoes, a rifle. Frank Paul, right, carrying a rifle and pack with a tumpline.; Slide located in section labelled 'Canada.' Original slide carried no identifying information. Additional information added from context of image in Speck's "Beothuk and Micmac" (1922).; 13:1-3-g
Offer to help Historical Committee in its collection of Indian vocabularies. Suggests contacting Joseph Marcoux at St. Regis for Iroquois; Mr. Malard at Lac de Deux Montagnes on Ottawa River for Algonquins; Mr. Roux, Séminaire du Montréal at Kistiagauche for Micmac; Mr. Romagner at Passamaquoddy for Abenaki.)
Letter from E. T. Adney to Frank Speck, July 19, 1943. Concerns numerous topics including Miami Indians and language, Narragansetts, Mi'kmaq ("Micmac"), and inter-relations to other Algonquian peoples and languages.
Frank G. Speck Papers (Mss.Ms.Coll.126); http://search.amphilsoc.org/mole/view?docId=ead/Mss.Ms.Coll.126-ead.xml
Speck title: "Map of Northeastern United States and Canada Showing Family Hunting Territories and Boundaries of Bands and Tribes as far as the Survey has been carried." Signed, "Frank G Speck Dept. of Anthropology". Tribes included on map: Micmac, Montagnais, Penobscot, Algonquin, Ojibwe, Tête de Boule (Atikamekw), Mistassini (Cree), and Iroquois. Handwritten notes on map: "Lines overlaid in green are meant to be deleated [sic]. See new verision of this map which also contains some versions not shown here." "Solid black bounds denote definite land limits. Red bounds denote family tracts."; Base map: An unidentified printed map of northeastern U.S. and southeastern Canada. Cropped. No date. [Annotated map was formerly grouped with Northwest Coast material of J.A. Teit.]
American Council of Learned Societies Committee on Native American Languages, American Philosophical Society (Mss.497.3.B63c); http://www.amphilsoc.org/mole/view?docId=ead/Mss.497.3.B63c-ead.xml