Mapuche materials, Alfred Irving Hallowell Papers

Alternate forms: Araucanian (pej.)
Language(s): English | Mapuche
Date: circa 1943, undated
Type: Text
Genre: Essays | Notes
Extent: 4 folders
Description: The Mapuche materials in the A. Irving Hallowell Papers consists of at least four folders. In Series III of the collection guide, the folder "Araucanian Parallels to the 'Omaha' Kinship Pattern" contains Hallowell's draft of an article published in 1943. Series IV contains an essay (presumed to be by Hallowell's Mapuche consultant J. Martin Collio Huaiquilaf) responding to a publication by Harriet Chalmers Adams about Chile and Mapuche people, and an essay titled "Aracanian Social Organization" by C. J. Leslie. In Series V, a folder titled "Araucanian Indians--Kinship" contains Hallowell's notes made with Huaiquilaf in preparation for the article "Araucanian Parallels to the 'Omaha' Kinship Pattern".
Alfred Irving Hallowell Papers (Mss.Ms.Coll.26)