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Indians of North America -- New Mexico

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

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

Extracts from a Vocabulary of the Taos Language

Identifier: MS-872
Abstract This is a hand-written manuscript entitled “Extracts from a Vocabulary of the Taos language” by Harry S. Budd, undated. Vocabulary lists in English and their Taos equivalents words in such categories as cardinal numbers, dance, geographic and geologic terms, government, place names, pueblos, religion, and tribes. The cardinal numbers are also in Picuries (Picuris) and Isleta dialects.
Dates: undated

Minutes of the Meeting of the Council of All the New Mexico Pueblos Held at Santo Domingo Pueblo on December 10, 1926

Identifier: MS-751
Abstract This is a copy of the minutes of the meeting of the Council of all the New Mexico Pueblos held at Santo Domingo Pueblo on December 10, 1926.
Dates: 1926

Preliminary Report on the Most Valuable Inscriptions Still Visible at the Rock of El Morro

Identifier: MS-730
Abstract This report was written by Adolph Francis Alphonse Bandelier as the Custodian of the Historical Archives in Santa Fe to Frank Hamilton Cushing, Director of the Hemenway Southwestern Archeological Expedition between 1888 and 1889. This typed copy was made by H. J. Wescott, date unknown.
Dates: circa 1936

Spanish Archives of New Mexico Translations

Identifier: MS-204
Abstract This is a collection of English translations of the Spanish Archives of New Mexico, which was an endeavor of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) of the mid-1930s. Records in this collection document matters of estates, land grants, wills, government, and relations between Spanish colonists, Native Americans, and Anglo Americans in New Mexico between 1682 and 1855. Translations were made by WPA employees in New Mexico, and a typed set were donated to the Southwest Museum in 1938.
Dates: mid-1930s