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Indians of Mexico

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Allan Hancock Collection

Identifier: MS-1364
Scope and contents The Allan Hancock Collection contains a bound photo album Allan Hancock Expeditions: Children of the Sun and a book Voyages of the Velero III. Many of the Children of the Sun portrait prints are included in the Voyages of the Velero III book.
Dates: circa 1930s

Documentary History of the Rio Grande Pueblos

Identifier: MS-756
Abstract This is a typed and annotated manuscript entitled "Documentary History of the Rio Grande Pueblos, Parts I, II, and III" by Adolph F. Bandelier.
Dates: circa 1911

The Maya Year at the Inauguration of the Calendar

Identifier: MS-740
Abstract This collection contains two typed copies of a manuscript entitled "The Maya Year at the Inauguration of the Calendar" by N. Cordy. The manuscript is 14 pages long and was written in July 1940.
Dates: 1940 July

Otomi Language Documents

Identifier: MS-858
Abstract This collection contains a copy of the Lord's Prayer hand-written in Otomi language, a typed manuscript entitled "Otomi: spoken in the Californies (sic)," and a typed manuscript entitled, "Otomi: spoken in the state of Mexico and in different parts of the states of Michoacan, Guanajuato and Puebla."
Dates: undated

Transcription of Father Sigismundo Taraval Journal recounting Indian uprisings in Baja California of 1734-1737, prepared by Charles F. Lummis.

Identifier: MS-854
Abstract A transciption of the journal of Father Sigismundo Taraval, a Milanese Jesuit of Spanish ancestry, who recounts his first hand experiences of clashes with the indigenous people of Baja California. Taraval’s account was written beginning in 1734 and continued through 1737. The transcription was created circa 1909 and included editorial notes from Charles Lummis.
Dates: circa 1909

Hasso Von Winning Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-660
Abstract Hasso Von Winning (1914-2001) was an archaeologist and anthropologist who was a widely-published scholar of Pre-Columbian and West Mexican culture and the Consultant in Mesoamerican Archaeology with the Southwest Museum from 1960-1990s. This collection contains Hasso Von Winning’s business papers, correspondence, manuscripts, and newspaper clippings from 1949-1998.
Dates: 1949-1998