Zdeněk Salzmann Arapaho Indian research papers, 1851-1986  PDF  XML

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Salzmann, Zdeněk
Title
Zdeněk Salzmann Arapaho Indian research papers
Dates
1851-1986 (inclusive)
1949-1986 (bulk)
Quantity
9.25 cubic ft. (22 boxes)
Collection Number
10396
Summary
Collection contains published background material on Arapaho and North American Indians, Zdeněk Salzmann’s research notes, a card file for an English-Arapaho dictionary, and 21 reel-to-reel and 92 audio cassette tapes of musical performances and interviews with members of the Arapaho tribe concerning their language and culture.
Repository
University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center
American Heritage Center
University of Wyoming
1000 E. University Ave.
Dept. 3924
Laramie, WY
82071
Telephone: 307-766-3756
ahcref@uwyo.edu
Access Restrictions
Access Restrictions

There are no access restrictions on the materials for research purposes, and the collection is open to the public.

Languages
English and , Arapaho
Sponsor
The creation of the EAD-version of this finding aid was made possible through a grant from the National Historic Publications and Records Commission.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Zdeněk Salzmann, a leader in the field of anthropological linguistics, was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia, on October 18, 1925. He was educated at Charles University in Prague receiving a degree in 1948. He then moved to the United States to attend Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, where he secured an MA in 1949 and a PhD in 1963. His fields of study were linguistic anthropology and Czech and Slovak studies.

For the greater part of his academic career, Dr. Salzmann has been employed as an anthropology professor at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, Massachusetts. He has been associated with that university since 1968, becoming a full professor in 1974. Prior to that, he was the executive director of the Verde Valley School in Arizona, 1963-1966, and head of the anthropology program at the Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire, 1966-1968.

His primary research interests focus on American Indian linguistics, Czech and Slovak languages and cultures, and Czech settlements in Romania. Many of his works may be borrowed from Coe Library or viewed at the American Heritage Center as part of the Hebard Collection. (See Appendix 2 for a complete listing of his publications.)

His study of the Arapaho language began in 1949, when a faculty member in the Sociology Department at Indiana University suggested it for Salzmann's thesis work. Salzmann traveled to the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming for the summers of 1949, 1950, 1952, 1961, and 1962 where the project was conducted. In 1963 he finished his thesis entitled "A Sketch of Arapaho Grammar."

During his distinguished career, Professor Salzmann has received numerous grants from the American Philosophy Society, International Research and Exchange Building, National Endowment for the Humanities, and National Institute of Mental Health. He was a visiting professor at the University of Freiburg in Germany in 1970, and taught for Semester at Sea in 1982. He has also been a consultant for the National Bilingual Materials Development Center located at the University of Alaska in Anchorage. He lead Arapaho language and Cultural Workshops at the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming and was a Fulbright Hays Scholar.

Dr. Salzmann is married and has three children.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Zdeněk Salzmann Arapaho Indian research papers, 1851-1986, include photocopied materials from United States and foreign published journals and books, personal notes and research cards, cassette tapes, and film reels that document Dr. Salzmann's research and life's work on Native American cultures and languages. There is no private correspondence of any sort. Much of the material covers various Native American Tribes and aspects of their culture.

The collection is of value to linguists, historians, students, and Native American peoples.

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Preferred Citation

Item Description, Box Number, Folder Number, Zdeněk Salzmann Arapaho Indian research papers, 1851-1986, Collection Number 10396, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming.

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Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Related Materials

Related Materials

For more information on Salzmann's published work, see the catalog of the Coe Library at the University of Wyoming. For other works at the American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming, see:

Hebard Collection

Acquisition Information

Acquisition Information

The Zdeněk Salzmann Arapaho Indian research papers were given to the American Heritage Center by the University of Wyoming Libraries September 1, 1995. The papers were donated by Professor Salzmann with the aid of Professor Anne Slater, who is employed by the University of Wyoming. The papers were received in good condition and in good order.

Processing Note

Processing Information

The collection was processed by McKinley Sielaff in October 1995. Professor Salzmann's original arrangement has been maintained. Two cubic feet of printed materials and one cubic foot of empty file folders were separated from the collection. Of those three cubic feet, two cubic feet of books, pamphlets, and other such published materials were transferred to the University of Wyoming Libraries.


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I.:  Photocopied Materials, 1851-1986Return to Top

6.3 cubic ft. (14 document boxes)

Arranged alphabetically. Articles about the Arapaho language and culture, other native American tribes and their issues.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1
Albaugh, Bernard and Philip Anderson. "Peyote in the Treatment of Alcoholism among American Indians." American Journal of Psychiatry, 131:1247-50
1974
1 1
"Albert D. Richardson and Little Raven; from Richard's 'Beyond the Mississippi.'" Trail, 7:8:16-17
1914
1 1
Ambler, Marjane. "Nuclear Homestead." Nations; The Native American Magazine, 1:3:19-21
1981
1 1
Ambler, Marjane. "Who Controls the Oil?" Nations; The Native American Magazine, 1:2:20-3
1981
1 1
Ambler, Marjane. "Wind River Women; Change in a Traditional Culture." Wyoming Horizons; Sunday Supplement to Casper Star Tribune, January 1, p.8-10
1984
1 1
"Ancient Arapaho Invocation." Wind River Rendezvous, 11:6:[26]
1981
1 1
Anderson, Richard. Federal Relations with the Southern Cheyenne-Arapaho Indians, 1825-1869. M.A. Thesis (History), University of Oklahoma. Norman, OK
1962
1 1
Anderson, William. Rocky Mountain Journals of William Marshall Anderson. The West in 1834. Dale Morgan and Eleanor T. Harris, eds. San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, 1967. [pages 106, 144, 222-3, 266, 315-17]
1967
1 1
Andrist, Ralph. Long Death; The Last Days of the Plains Indian. New York, NY: Macmillan Company, 1964. [map, pages 19, 69-74, 80-2, 108-110, 133-4, 145-8, 160-6, 189-191, 274-5, 337-342]
1964
1 1
"Arapaho." Encyclopedia Britannica; A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information, 11th ed., vol 2, Andros to Austria. Cambridge, England: University Press, 1910. [page 319]
1910
1 1
"Arapaho." Encyclopedia Britannica; A New Survey of Universal Knowledge, vol 2, Annual Register to Baltic Sea. Chicago, IL: Encyclopedia Britannica, 1949. [page 214]
1949
1 1
"Arapaho." Great Soviet Encyclopedia; A Translation of the 3rd ed. vol 2. New York, NY: Macmillan, 1973. [page 232]
1973
1 1
"Arapaho." New Encyclopedia Britannica, Micropedia, vol 1, A-Bib. Chicago, IL: Encyclopedia Britannica, 1974. [page 477-478]
1974
1 1
"Arapaho & Shoshoni...and the Buffalo." Wind River Rendezvous, 13:2:8
1983
1 1
"Arapaho Indians." Encyclopedia Americana; International ed., vol. 2. Ankara to Azusa. Danbury, CT: American Corp., 1980. [page 170]
1980
1 1
"Arapaho Indians." World Book Encyclopedia, vol. 1. A. Chicago, IL: Field Enterprises Educational Corp., 1977. [page 551-2]
1977
1 1
"Arapaho Indians." Trail, 7:4:20-3
1914
1 1
[Arapaho issue of] Wind River Rendezvous, 15:3:1-16
1985
1 1
"Arapaho Mass - 'Batan tawtini hinonoei.'" Wind River Rendezvous, 11:2:4-5
1981
1 1
"Arapaho Naming-Ceremony." Wind River Rendezvous, 5:3:4-5
1975
1 1
"Arapahos in Early Denver." Wind River Rendezvous, 11:1:7-9
1981
1 2
Armstrong, Robert. Acculturation of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians. MA Thesis (Anthropology), University of Oklahoma. Norman, OK.
1942
1 2
Arps, Loisa and Elinor Kingery. High Country Names; Rocky Mountain National Park. Denver, CO: Colorado Mountain Club, 1966. [pages 3, 22-3, 92-3, 102-0, 126-7, 136-9, 152-3, 176-7, 188-91, 196-7]
1966
1 2
"As the World Turns." Wind River Rendezvous, 5:1:6-7
1975
1 2
Athearn, Robert. "Colorado and the Indian War of 1868." Colorado Magazine 33:42-51
1956
1 2
Baker, John. Economic Analysis of Alternatives for the Use of Agricultural Resources on the Wind River Reservation, Wyoming. MS Thesis (Agricultural Economics), University of Wyoming. Laramie, WY.
1960
1 3
Balcom, Royal. "St. Michael's Mission for Arapahoes [sic] Indians in Wyoming." Southern Workman, 48:441-7
1919
1 3
Bancroft, Hubert. Works of Howe Bancroft, Volume XXV: History of Nevada, Colorado, and Wyoming, 1540-1888. San Francisco, CA: History Company, 1890. [pages 455-71, 714-5, 780-2]
1890
1 3
Barry, Lawrence. "Indian in Cultural Trap." America (National Catholic Weekly Review), 112:15:482-4
1965
1 3
Bass, Althea. "Carl Sweeny, Arapaho Artist." Chronicles of Oklahoma, 34:4:429-31
1965
1 3
Battey, Thomas. Life and Adventures of a Quaker Among the Indians. Boston, MA: Lee and Shepard, Publishers, 1986. [pages 14-19, 339]
1986
1 3
Bell, John. Journal of Captain John R. Bell, Official Journalist for the Stephen H. Long Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, 1820. Harlin Fuller and LeRoy Hafen, eds. Glendale, CA: Arthur Clark Co., 1957. [pages 190-213]
1957
1 3
Bender, Jessie. Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians, 1861-1892. M.A. Thesis (History), University of Oklahoma. Norman, OK.
1930
1 4
Benedict, Ruth. "Vision in Plains Culture." American Anthropologist, 24:1:1-23
1922
1 4
Berthrong, Donald. "Cattlemen on the Cheyenne-Arapaho Reservation, 1883-1885." Arizona and the West, 13:5-32
1971
1 4
Berthrong, Donald. "Federal Indian Policy and the Southern Cheyennes and Arapahoes [sic], 1887-1907." Ethnohistory, 3:138-53
1956
1 4
Berthrong, Donald. "Federal Indian Policy and the Southern Cheyennes and Arapahoes, 1887-1907." Western American Indian: Case Studies in Tribal History. Richard Ellis, ed. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1972. [pages 133-143]
1972
1 4
Berthrong, Donald. "Legacies of the Dawes Act: Bureaucrats and Land Thieves at the Cheyenne-Arapaho Agencies of Oklahoma." Plains Indians of the Twentieth Century. Peter Iverson, Ed. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1985. [pages 31-53]
1985
1 4
Berthrong, Donald. "Review of Virginia Cole Trenholm, the Arapahoes [sic], Our People." Pacific Historical Review, 41:242-3
1972
1 4
Berthrong, Donald. Southern Cheyennes. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1963. [pages Forward, 12-3, 16-7, 24-5, 76-9, 82-3, 86-7, 92-3, 98-9, 104-11, 142-59, 162-6, 170-7, 190-3, 198-201, 208, 214-5, 224-5, 228-31, 240-3, 248-9, 252-5, 262-3, 280-1, 288-93, 296-7, 318-23, 326-35, 344-9, 356-7, 364-5, 370-1, 384-5, 406-427]
1963
1 4
Berthrong, Donald. "White Neighbors Come Among the Southern Cheyenne and Arapaho." Kansas Quarterly, 3:4:105-15
1971
1 4
Bierhorst, John, ed. Mythology of North America. New York, NY: William Morrow and Co., 1985. [map, pages 158-161, 173-4, 194-5, 246-8]
1985
1 4
Bierhorst, John, ed. Red Swan; Myths and Tales of the American Indians. New York, NY: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1976. [pages 3-33, 140-9, 167-9, 185-7, 334-7, 342-3, 380]
1976
1 5
Blackmore, William. "Northern-American Indians: A Sketch of Some of the Hostile Tribes, Together with a Brief Account of General Sheridan's Campaign of 1868 Against the Sioux, Cheyenne, Arapaho, Kiowa, and Comanche Indians." Journal of the Ethnological Society of London, 1:287-320
1869
1 5
Blumensohn, Jules. "Fast among North-American Indian." American Anthropologist, 35:451-69
1869
1 5
Boas, Franz. "Zur Anthropologie der Nordamerikanschen Indianer." Zeitschritf fuer Ethnologie, 27:366-411
1895
1 5
Boas, Franz. Primitive Art. New York, NY: Dover Publication, 1955. [pages 60-1, 92-7, 102-7, 118-23, 176-81, 336-7]
1955
1 5
Bolton, Herbert. "New Light on Manuel Lise and the Spanish Fur Trade." Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 17:61-6
1913-1914
1 5
Bourke, John. On the Border with Crook. New York, NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1892. [pages 386, 391-3, 404-11]
1892
1 5
Boyer, Warren. "Thunder Bird." Sunset, 60:6:19
1928
1 5
Brady, G.M. "Story of Silver Hair." Manuscripts, 28:292-9
1979
1 5
Brenton, John. Study into the Effects of Per Capita Payments Made to Arapaho and Shoshone of the Wind River Reservation, May 1946-March 1950. [typescript]
1946-1950
1 5
Buckles, William. "Archaeology in Colorado; Historic Tribes." Southwestern Lore, 34:3:53-67
1968
1 5
Buntin, Martha. "Difficulties Encounter in Issuing Cheyenne and Arapaho Subsistence 1861-1870." Chronicles of Oklahoma, 13:1:37-45
1935
1 5
Bushman, Joh. Carl. Spuren der axtekischen Sprache im noerdlichen Mexico und hoeheren amerikanischen Norden. Sugleich eine Musterung der Voeler und Sprachen des noerdlichen Mexico's und der Westseite Nordamerika's von Guadalaxara an bis zum Eismeer. 2 supp. vol. Berlin: Abhandlungen der Koeniglichen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1859. [pages 432, 608-11, 633-5, 662-8]
1859
1 5
Bushnell, David. Villages of the Algonquian, Siouan, and Caddoan Tribes West of the Mississippi. (Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, bulletin 77). Washington D.C.: GPO, 1922. [pages 33-37]
1922
1 5
Byron, Elsa. "Fetterman Fight" etc. Annuals of Wyoming, 36:63-6
1964
2 1
Callahan, Charles. "Historical Sketch of Two Babies, Arapaho Indian." Chronicles of Oklahoma, 45:2:217-20
1967
2 1
Campbell, John. "Affiliation of the Algonquin Languages." Proceedings of the Canadian Institute, 1:15, 18-9, 26-7
1884
2 1
Campbell, John. "Origin of the Aborigines of Canada." Transaction of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, 15:61-93
1880-1881
2 1
Canton, Frank M. Frontier Trails: The Autobiography of Frank M. Canton. Edward Evette Dale, ed. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1930. [pages Forward, 42-3, 48-75]
1930
2 1
Cardinal, Barbara. Mile learns about.... Saint Stephens, Wy: Saint Stephens Indian School.
1977
2 1
Carriker, Robert. "Fort Supply, Indian Territory: Frontier Outpost on the Southern Plains, 1868-1894." Dissertation Abstracts: Humanities and Social Sciences, 28:6:2158-A, December 1967.
1967
2 1
Carter, John. Northern Arapaho Flat Pipe and the Ceremony of Covering the Pipe. (Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, bulletin 119, Anthropological Papers no.2). Washington D.C.: GPO, 1938. [pages 71-102]
1938
2 1
Carter, Joseph. Dian Takes to the Indians. Reno, OK: Heritage Color Press, 1979. [pages 2-5, 8-9, 24-7, 34-5, 42-3, 48-9, 62-3, 66-7, 102-5]
1979
2 1
"Celebrations." Wind River Rendezvous, 15:1:3-12
1985
2 1
{Chamberlain, Alexander and Isobel}. "Record of American Folk-lore." Journal of American Folk-lore, 16:61-5
1904
2 1
"Cheyenne and Arapaho Troubles." United States Army and Navy Journal, and Gazette of the Regular and Volunteer Forces, 23:2:24
1885
2 1
Chittenden, Hiram. American Fur Trade of the Far West, vol.2. New York, NY: Barnes and Noble, 1935. [pages 838-9, 862-5]
1935
2 1
Clare, Sister Mary. Significance of the Pipe to the Gros Ventres of Montana. M.ED. Thesis, Montana State University.
1955
2 2
Clark, Ella. Indian Legends from the Northern Rockies. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1966. [pages Introduction, 214-5, 220-35, 288-9]
1966
2 2
Clark, W.P. Indian Sign Language, with Brief Explanatory Notes on the Gestures Taught Deaf-Mutes in our Institutions for their Instruction, and a Description of some of the Peculiar Laws, Customs, Myths, Superstations, Ways of Living, Code of Peace and War Signals of our Aborigines. Philadelphia, PA: L.R. Hamersly and Co., 1885. [pages 13-4, 38-43, 197-9, 235, 364-8]
1885
2 2
Cockerham, William and Morris Forslund. "Attitudes Toward Police Among White and Native American Youth." American Indian Law Review, 3:419-28
1975
2 2
Cockerham, William. "Drinking Attitude and Practices Among Wind River Reservation Indian Youth." Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 36:321-6
1975
2 2
Cockerham, William, Morris Forslund and Rolland Raboin. "Drug Use Among White and Native American High School Youth." International Journal of the Addictions, 11:209-20
1976
2 2
Cocking, Rodney. Cultural Exploration of Fantasy Confession: The Arapaho Indian. M.A. Thesis (Psychology), Laramie, WY: University of Wyoming.
1966
2 2
Cocking, Rodney. "Fantasy Confession of the Arapaho Indian Children." Journal of Genetic Psychology, 114:229-35
1969
2 2
Coe, Ralph. Sacred Circles: Two Thousand Years of North American Indian Art. London: Arts Council of Great Britain, 1976. [pages 169, 172, 175, 180, 182]
1976
2 3
Cohen, Felix. Handbook on Federal Indian Law. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1942. [pages Forward, 457-8, 472, 478-9, 484]
1942
2 3
Collings, Ellsworth. "Roman Nose: Chief of the Southern Cheyenne." Chronicle of Oklahoma, 42:429-57
1964
2 3
Collins, Hubert. Warpath and Cattle Trail. New York, NY: William Morrow & Co., 1928. [pages Forward, 2-3, 24-5, 42-5, 180-97, 224-33, 242-3, 254-5, 262-3, 290-1, 294-6]
1928
2 3
Constitution and Bylaws of the Arapaho Tribe of Indians Wind River Reservation, State of Wyoming. 1949. [typed]
1949
2 3
Constitution and Bylaws of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma. Ratified September 18, 1937. Amendments to Constitution and Bylaws of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma. Washington D.C.: GPO.
1938
2 3
Coolidge, Grace. "Nothing Gift-Teepee Neighbors." Collier's, 51:23:17, 34.
1913
2 3
Coolidge, Grace. "Place of Thanksgiving." Collier's, 52:2:17
1913
2 3
Coolidge, Grace. "Two Indian Stories." Outlook, 100:51-65
1912
2 3
Coolidge, Grace. "Victory." Collier's, 52:25:16-17
1913
2 3
Coolidge, Sherman. "American Indian of Today." Quarterly Journal of the Society of American Indians, 2:1:33-35
1914
2 3
Coolidge, Sherman. "Indian American - His Duty to His Race and to His Country, the United States of America." Quarterly Journal of the Society of American Indians, 1:1:20-24
1913
2 3
Cooper, John. "Religion of the Gros Ventres of Montana." Anali Lateranensi 4:97-115
1940
2 3
Cooper, Mary. Wind River Reservation Wyoming. Hartford, CT: Church Missions Publishing Co.
1914
2 4
Cornett, Lloyd. Leasing and Utilization of Land of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians, 1891-1907. M.A. Thesis (History), University of Oklahoma. Norman, OK.
1954
2 5
Cranston, Virginia. Indian and White Delinquency: A Self-Report Study of Wyoming Youth. M.A. Thesis (Sociology), University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY.
1975
2 5
Crispin, Tom. "Four Old Men [as told by Mary Vorsel]." Indians at Work, 2:20:12-3
1935
2 5
Culin, Stewart. "Summer Trip Among the Western Indians (Wanamaker Expedition)." Bulletin of the Free Museum of Science and Art of the University of Pennsylvania, 3:1:1-22
1901
2 5
Curtis, Edward. North American Indian Being a Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States and Alaska, v.26.
1911
2 5
Curtis, Natalie. Indian's Book: An Offering by the American Indians of Indian Lore, Musical and Narrative, to form a Record of the Songs Legends of their Race. New York, NY: Harper and Brothers, 1907. [pages 195-217, 545-546]
1907
2 5
Custer, George. My Life on the Plains. Milo Quaife, ed. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska, 1952. [pages Introduction, 96-103, 248-9, 344-5, 426-9, 450-1, 466-507, 528-31, 604-5]
1952
3 1
Dale, Edward. "Ranching on the Cheyenne-Arapaho Reservation 1880-1885." Chronicles of Oklahoma, 6:35-59
1928
3 1
Dale, Edward. "Cheyenne-Arapaho Country." Chronicles of Oklahoma, 20:360-71
1942
3 1
Dangberg, Grace, ed. "Letters to Jack Wilson, the Paiute Prophet, Written Between 1908 and 1911." Smithsonis Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, bulletin 164, (Anthropological Papers no. 55.) Washington D.C.: GPO, 1957. [pages 289-296]
1957
3 1
David, Robert. Finn Burnett Frontiersman: The Life and Adventures of an Indian Fighter, Mail Coach Driver, Pioneer Cattleman, Participant in the Powder Rover Expedition, Survivor of the Hay Field Fight, Associate of Jim Bridger and Chief Washakie. Glendale, CA: Arthur H. Clark Co., 1937. [pages 47, 82-93, 162-5, 209-13, 244-76, 300-4, 314-6, 322-5, 338-40]
1937
3 1
Davidson, Stanley. "Hazard and the Centennial Summer." Montana, The Magazine of Western History, 5:4:24-33
1955
3 1
Delisle, G.L. "On the So-called Fourth Person in Algonquian." Working Papers on Language Universals, 12:69-83
1973
3 1
Densmore, Frances. "Study of Cheyenne and Arapaho Music." Masterkey, 9:187-189
1935
3 1
Dictionary of Indian Tribes of the Americas, vol.1. Newport Beach, CA: American Indian Publishers, 1908. [pages 134-143]
1980
3 1
Dobler, Lavinia. Wild Wind, Wild Water. Casper, WY: Misty Mountain Press, 1983. [pages 28-31, 42-5, 48-51, 76-81, 98-9, 150-1, 174-7, 242-5]
1983
3 1
Dodge, Grenville. "Biographical Sketch of James Bridger." Annals of Wyoming 33:159-77
1962
3 1
Dodge, Richard. Our Wild Indians: Thirty-three Years' Personal Experience Among the Read Men of the Great West. A Popular Account of their Social Life, Religion, Habits, Traits, Customs, Exploits, etc. with Thrilling Adventures and Experiences on the Great Plain and in the Mountains of our Wild Frontier. Hartford, CT: A.D. Worthington & Co., Publishers, 1890. [hand-written sections]
1890
3 2
Dorsey, George. Arapaho Sun Dance. Chicago, IL: Field Columbian Museum (Publication 75, Anthropological Series, vol.4)
1903
3 3
Dorsey, George and Alfred Kroeber. Traditions of the Arapaho. Chicago, IL: Field Columbian Museum (Publication 81, Anthropological Series, vol.5)
1903
3 4
Domenech, Abbe. Seven Year's Residence in the Great Deserts of North America, vol. 2. London.
1860
3 4
Douglas, Frederick. "Northern Arapaho Quilled Cradle." Denver Art Museum, Material Culture Notes, 13:53-60
1941
3 4
Duncan, W.A. Claim of Cheyennes and Arapahoes [sic] to certain Cherokee Lands, Considered in the Light of Facts. Tahlequah, {Cherokee Nation}
1889
3 4
Duncombe, Edward. Ethete: Episcopal Churchwork Among the Northern Arapahoes [sic], 1883-1925. M.A. Thesis (American Studies), University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY.
1981
3 4
Duncombe, Patricia. Within the Circle. Cincinnati, OH: Forward Movement Publications.
1981
3 4
Dunn, J.P. Massacres of the Mountains: A History of the Indian Wars of the Far West, 1815-1875. New York, NY: Archer House, 1958. [pages 342-3, 350-71, 376-83]
1958
3 4
Dunnels, L.H. Indian Life in Colorado: A Collection of Source Material. M.A. Thesis (History and Political Science), Colorado State College of Education, Greeley, CO, 1938. [selected pages]
1938
4 1
Durosko, Joyce. True Indian Education: A Viable Future from a Memory of the Past. Specialist in Education Thesis, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
1980
4 1
Dusenberry, Verne. "Ceremonial Sweat Lodges of the Gros Ventres Indians." Ethnos, 28:46-62
1963
4 1
Dyer, D.B. 'Fort Reno' or Picturesque 'Cheyenne and Arapaho Army Life' before the Opening of 'Oklahoma.' New York, NY: G.W. Dillingham, 1896. [pages 32-3, 38-9, 48-51, 54-5, 74-5, 80-2, 84-7, 96-101, 110-1, 162-73, 196-7]
1896
4 1
Economy of the Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyoming (A Summary Report). Denver, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, Technical Cooperation - Bureau of Indian Affairs.
1938
4 1
Eggan, F. American Indian: Perspective for the Study of Social Change. Chicago, IL: ALDINE Publishing, 1966. [pages 45-77, 92-3]
1966
4 1
Eggan, F., et al. Social Anthropology of North American Tribes: Essays in Social Organization, Law and Religion. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1937. [pages 35-95]
1937
4 1
Elkin, Henry. "Northern Arapaho of Wyoming" in Acculturation in Seven American Indian Tribes. Ralph Linton, ed. New York, NY: D. Appleton-Century Co., 1940. [pages 207-258]
1940
4 2
Encyclopedia of Indians of the Americas, vol. 2. St. Clair Shores, MI: Scholarly Press, 1974. [pages 203-207]
1974
4 2
Essin, Emmett. "Southern Cheyennes" in forked Tongues and Broken Treaties. Donald E. Worcester, ed. Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers, 1975. [pages 110-162]
1975
4 2
Ewers, John. Blackfeet Indians, Ethnological Report on the Blackfoot and Gros Ventre Tribes on Indians. 1974. [page 348]
1974
4 2
Ewers, John. "Deadlier than Male." American Heritage 1:4:10-3
1965
4 2
Ewers, John. Ethnological Report on the Blackfeet and Gros Ventre Tribes on Indian Lands in Northern Montana. [selected pages]
undated
4 2
Ewers, John. Plains Indians Painting: A Description of an Aboriginal American Art. Sanford, CA: Sanford University Press.
1939
4 2
Ewers, John. Plains Indian Sculpture: A Traditional Art from America's Heartland. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institute Press, 1986. [pages 146-8, 151-2, 184-9, 202-3, 230]
1986
4 2
Ewers, John. "Was There a Northwestern Plains Sub-culture An Ethnographic Appraisal." Plains Anthropologist 12:167-174
1967
4 2
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1973
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1916
14 5
Wissler, Clark. North American Indians of the Plains. New York, NY: American Museum of Natural History, 1948. [pages 10-14, 72-3, 102-3, 116-7]
1948
14 5
Wissler, Clark. "Population Changes Among the Northern Plains Indians." New Haven, Human Relations Area Files Press, 1970. [page 4-19]
1970
14 5
Wissler, Clark. "Structural Basis to the Decoration of Costumes Among the Plains Indians." Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, 17:2:93-114
1915
14 6
Wood, Raymond and Margot Liberty. Anthropology on the Great Plains. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1980. [map, pages 17, 19, 23-34, 68, 71-5, 78-9, 82-90, 97, 144-5, 164-87, 197, 199-200, 205-6, 212-5, 219-25, 237-9, 247-8, 255, 258-63, 274, 284-6, 292]
1980
14 6
Woodward, George. "Northern Cheyenne at Fort Fetterman." Montana, the Magazine of Western History, 9:2:16-27
1959
14 6
Wright, Muriel. Guide to the Indian Tribes of Oklahoma. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma, 1951. [pages 42-7, 77-83]
1951
14 6
Wright, Patricia. "New Life for a Dying Language: Arapaho Children Use Video Technology to Learn Arapaho." Contact, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 11:2:17-9
1986
14 6
Wright, Peter. Fort Reno, Indian Territory, 1874-1885. M.A. Thesis, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, 1965. [pages Introduction, 1-2, 18, 36, 93-101, 117-9]
1965
14 6
Ziegler, Winfred. Wyoming Indians. Laramie, WY: Diocesan Office, 1944? [pages 10-73]
1944
14 6
Analytical Bibliography of Sources concerning Arapaho Indians. Ethete, WY: Wind River Reservation, WY.
1891
14 6
Analytical Bibliography of Sources Concerning Arapaho Indians. Ethete, WY: Wind River Reservation, WY.
1938
14 6
Anglicisms in Modern Literary Czech. Amherst, MA: International Area Studies Programs, University of Massachusetts.
1989
14 6
Anthropology. New York, NY: Harcourt, Brace & World.
1969
14 6
Anthropology. New York, NY: Harcourt, Brace Jovanich
1973
14 6
Anthropologia: Panorama General. Mexico: Publicationes Cultural.
1977
14 6
Arapaho Indians: A Research Guide and Bibliography. New York, NY: Greenwood Press.
1988
14 6
{ed.} Arapaho Stories. Hinono'ei Hoo3itoono. Anchorage, AK: National Bilingual Materials Development Center.
1980
14 6
Bibliography of Sources Concerning the Czechs and Slovaks Settled in Romania. Amherst, MA: The Author.
1987
14 6
Contribution to the Study of Value Orientation Among the Czechs and Slovaks. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts.
1970
14 6
Czech Literature Before Hus. Sedona, AZ.
1961
14 6
Dictionary of Contemporary Arapaho Usage. Wind River Reservation, WY.
1983
14 6
{Pi, Sunyer and Zdeněk Salzmann}. Humanity and Culture: An Introduction to Anthropology. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Co.
1978
14 6
Komarov: A Czech Farming Village. New York, NY: Rinehart and Winston.
1974
14 6
Komarov: A Czech Farming Village. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.
1986
14 6
Language, Culture, and Society: An Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
1993
14 6
Naming Persons in Bigar, a Czech-speaking Village in the Southern Romanian Banat. Austin, TX: Southwest Educational Development Laboratory.
1981
14 6
Sketch of Arapaho Grammar. PhD Thesis, Indiana University.
1963
14 6
Symposium on East European Ethnography. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts.
1970
14 6
Teacher's Manual and Resource for Use with Anthropology. New York, NY: Harcourt, Brace & World.
1969
14 6
Teacher's Manual and Resource for Use with Anthropology. New York, NY: Harcourt, Brace Jovanich.
1973
14 6
Three Contributions to the Study of Socialist Czechoslovakia. Amherst, MA: Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts.
1983
14 6
Two Contributions to the Study of Czechs and Slovaks Settled in Romania. Amherst, MA: International Area Studies Program, University of Massachusetts.
1983
14 6
{ed.} Two Traditional Arapaho Tales. Wind River Reservation, Wyoming.
1981
14 6
United States, Wyoming, Northern Arapaho Indians, 1949. Recording.
1949
Journal Articles:
Box Folder
14 6
"Arapaho I: Phonology." International Journal of American Linguistics 22:49-56
1956
14 6
"Arapaho II: Texts." International Journal of American Linguistics 22:151-158
1956
14 6
"Arapaho III: Additional Texts." International Journal of American Linguistics 22:266-272
1956
14 6
"Arapaho IV: Interphonemic Specification." International Journal of American Linguistics 27:151-155
1961
14 6
"Arapaho V: Noun." International Journal of American Linguistics 31:39-49
1965
14 6
"Arapaho VI: Noun." International Journal of American Linguistics 31:136-151
1965
14 6
"Arapaho VII: Verb." International Journal of American Linguistics 33:209-223
1967
14 6
"Arapaho Kinship Terms and Two Related Ethnolinguistic Observations." Anthropological Linguistics 1:9:6-10
1959
14 6
Salzmann, Zdeněk and Joy. "Arapaho Tales I." Hoosier Folklore 9:80-96
1950
14 6
Salzmann, Zdeněk and Joy. "Arapaho Tales II." Midwest Folklore 2:21-42
1952
14 6
"Arapaho Tales III." Midwest Folklore 7:27-37
1957
14 6
"Arapaho Version of the Star Husband Tale." Hoosier Folklore 9:50-58
1950
14 6
"Bibliography of Sources Concerning the Arapaho Language." Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics 7:3:37-41
1982
14 6
"Concerning the Assumed 1-Sound in Arapaho" Plains Anthropologist 6:14:270-271
1961
14 6
"Guest Column in Wind River News: Arapaho Children Prime Choices to Restore Native Language" Wind River News 1:8:5
May 24, 1983
14 6
"Guest Column in Wind River News: Drastic Methods Needed to Save Arapaho Language" Wind River News 1:7:5
May 17, 1983
14 6
"Guest Column in Wind River News: Saving Arapaho Language Ends on Positive Note" Wind River News 1:9:5
May 31, 1983
14 6
"On the Infliction of Transitive Animate Verbs in Arapaho." National Museum of Canada Bulletin no. 214, Anthropological Series no. 78. Contributions to Anthropology: Linguistics I (Algonquian). Ottawa, 1967. [pages 135-139]
1967
14 6
"Problem of Lexical Acculturation." International Journal of American Linguistics 20:137-139
1954
14 6
"Salvage Phonology of Gros Ventre (Atsina)." International Journal of American Linguistics 35:307-314
1969
14 6
"Some Aspects of Arapaho Morphology." National Museum of Canada Bulletin no. 214, Anthropological Series no.78. Contributions to Anthropology: Linguistics I (Algonquian). Ottawa, 1967. [pages 128-134]
1967
14 6
"Two Brief Contributions Toward Arapaho Linguistical History" Anthropological Linguistics 2:7:39-48
1960

Series II.:  Personal Research, 1949-1980Return to Top

Research notes.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
15 1 1949
15 2 1949
15 3
Research I
1980
15 4
Research II
1980

Series III.:  Separated Materials, 1903-1985Return to Top

List of materials catalogued in Coe library.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
15 5
Deselected Materials
undated

Series IV.:  Arapaho Language and Music Recordings, 1950-1967, 1981-1983Return to Top

The Arapaho language and music recordings are listed in the following order (where available): Interviewee/s; subject; length (in minutes), and date of recording. Box 16 contains reel-to-reel audio tapes and Box 17 contains audio cassette tapes.

Container(s) Description Dates
7" Reels
Box Reel
16 1 1950, 1952
16 2 1950
16 3
Northern Arapahoe Music; 70
(from 1949 recording)
1952
16 4
Restricted Arapahoe; 50
1949
16 5 1950
16 6-8 1957, 1961
16 9 1961
5" Reels
Box Reel
16 1 August 18, 1967
16 2 August 19, 1967
16 3 August 28, 1967
16 4
16 5
4" Reels
Box Reel
16 1 August 24, 1967
16 2 August 24, 1967
16 3
16 4 August 31, 1967
16 5 August 31, 1967
3" Reel
Box Reel
16 1 August 1967
Box Audiotape
17 1A October 1, 1981
17 1B October 2, 1981
17 2A and 2B October 2, 1981
17 3A and 3B October 2, 1981
17 4A and 4B October 5, 1981
17 5A and 5B October 5, 1981
17 6A and 6B October 1981 (?)
17 7A and 7B October 1981 (?)
17 8A and 8B October 1981 (?)
17 9A October 1981 (?)
17 9B
W.J. C'Hair; Arapaho alphabet/words side B; 0
October 1981 (?)
17 10A and 10B October 1981 (?)
17 11A October 1981 (?)
17 11B
Ben Friday, Sr.; Arapaho alphabet/words; 0
October 1981 (?)
17 12A and 12B October 1981 (?)
17 24A and 24B October 1981 (?)
17 25A and 25B October 1981 (?)
17 26A and 26B October 1981 (?)
17 27A October 1981 (?)
17 27B
Arnold Headley (?); Arapaho alphabet/words; 0
October 1981 (?)
17 28A and 28B October 1981 (?)
17 29A and 29B October 26, 1981
17 30A and 30B October 1981 (?)
17 31A and 31B October 1981 (?)
17 32A and 32B October 1981 (?)
17 33A and 33B October 1981 (?)
17 34A and 34B October 1981 (?)
17 35A and 35B October 1981 (?)
17 36A and 36B October 1981 (?)
17 37A and 37B October 1981 (?)
17 38A and 38B October 1981 (?)
17 39A and 39B November 1, 1981
17 40A and 40B November 1981 (?)
17 41A and 41B November 1981 (?)
17 42A and 42B November 1981 (?)
17 43A and 43B November 1981 (?)
17 44A and 44B November 1981 (?)
17 45A and 45B November 1981 (?)
17 46A and 46B November 1981 (?)
17 47A and 47B November 1981 (?)
17 48A and 48B November 1981 (?)
17 49A and 49B November 7, 1981
17 50A and 50B November 8, 1981
17 51A November 8, 1981
17 52A November 1981 (?)
17 52B November 12, 1981
17 53A and 53B November 1981 (?)
17 54A November 1981 (?)
17 54B
Blank
17 55A and 55B November 1981 (?)
17 56A and 56B November 1981 (?)
17 57A and 57B November 1981 (?)
17 58A and 58B November 1981 (?)
17 59A and 59B November 1981 (?)
17 60A and 60B November 1981 (?)
17 61A and 61B November 1981 (?)
17 62A and 62B November 1981 (?)
17 63A and 63B November 1981 (?)
17 64A and 64B November 1981 (?)
17 65A and 65B November 1981 (?)
17 66A and 66B November 1981 (?)
17 67A and 67B November 1981 (?)
17 68A and 68B July 24, 1982
17 69A and 69B July 1982 (?)
17 70A and 70B July 1982 (?)
17 71A and 71B July 1982 (?)
17 72A and 72B July 1982 (?)
17 73A and 73B July 1982 (?)
17 74A and 74B July 1982 (?)
17 75A and 75B July 1982 (?)
17 76A and 76B July 1982 (?)
17 77A and 77B July 1982 (?)
17 78A and 78B July 1982 (?)
17 79A and 79B July 1982 (?)
17 80A and 80B July 1982 (?)
17 81A and 81B July 1982 (?)
17 82A and 82B July 1982 (?)
17 83A and 83B July 1982 (?)
17 84A and 84B July 1982 (?)
17 85A and 85B July 1982 (?)
17 86A and 86B July 1982 (?)
17 87A and 87B July 1982 (?)
17 88A and 88B July 1982 (?)
17 89A and 89B July 1982 (?)
17 90A and 90B July 1982 (?)
17 91A and 91B July 1982 (?)
17 92A and 92B August 17, 1982
17 93A and 93B August 1982 (?)
17 94A and 94B August 1982 (?)
17 95A and 95B August 1982 (?)
17 96A and 96B August 1982 (?)
17 97A and 97B August 1982 (?)
17 98A August 1982 (?)
17 98B
William C'Hair and Moss (?); Arapaho alphabet/words; 20
August 1982 (?)
17 Unnumbered A and B June 18, 1981
17 Unnumbered A November 14, 1980
17 Unnumbered B
Burnett Ridgely Bluebird; Arapaho alphabet/words; 0
November 14, 1980
17
1984 Calendar. Ethete, WY: Wyoming Indian High School. (large format)
1984

Series V.:  English Arapaho Dictionary Cards, 1981-1983Return to Top

Card file of terms for dictionary entries. The cards are in alphabetical order, though in rare cases synonyms are filed alongside each other, and not in alphabetical order. Set I of the dictionary cards has been digitized and is available online.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
18 undated
18 undated
18 undated
18 undated
18 undated
18 undated
18 undated
19 undated
19 undated
19 undated
19 undated
19 undated
19 undated
19 undated
19 undated
19 undated
20 undated
20 undated
20 undated
20 undated
20 undated
20 undated
20 undated
20 undated
20 undated
20 undated
21
Set II: A-Z; Set III: A-B
undated
22
Set III: C-Z
undated

Additional Container ListsReturn to Top

The American Heritage Center is in the process of converting its older container lists to a more accessible format. This link is to an older version of a container list.

Container(s) Description

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Arapaho Indians.
  • Arapaho language.

Geographical Names

  • Wind river Indian Reservation (Wyo.)
  • Wyoming--History--1946-

Form or Genre Terms

  • Audio tapes.
  • Interviews.

Occupations

  • Anthropologists.