Delaware materials, Paul A. W. Wallace Papers

Lenape includes: Lenni-Lenape, Delaware
Haudenosaunee includes: Iroquois, Onkwehonwe
Wallace, Paul A. W. | Montour, Chief Joseph | Wainwright, Nicholas B. | Alderfer, E. Gordon (Everett Gordon), 1915-1996 | Ewers, John C. (John Canfield), 1909-1997 | Witthoft, John
Biography | Politics and government | Government relations | Diplomacy | Gender | Pennsylvania--History | Pennsylvania--History | Politics and government | Material culture | Portraits | History | Moravians
Correspondence | Drafts | Essays | Reports
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Materials relating to Paul A. W. Wallace's research and writing on topics in Delaware history and culture. Items include drafts, with corrections, of a 1952 paper on the "Delawares-as-Women Problem" read at the Iroquois Conference, Red House; Wallace's undated report on a visit with Chief Joseph Montour (Delaware) at the Six Nations Reserve, Ontario; three copies of a document titled "We are the Six Nations" regarding relations between the Delawares and Haudenosaunee; a draft of Wallace's article "Last King of the Delawares " on Chief Joseph Montour, which discusses relations between the Delawares and Haudenosaunee as well as events in Montour's life; Wallace's correspondence with Montour; Wallace's correspondence with Nicholas B. Wainwright regarding the Delawares-as-women problem; Wallace's correspondence with E. Gordon Alderfer regarding a proposed literary history of Pennsylvania and the desirability of including Indian oral literature, and the validity of Walam Olum; Wallace's correspondence with John C. Ewers regarding the true national identity of the Indian in "Portrait of a Delaware Indian" by Charles B. J. Fevret de St. Memin; and three pages by John Witthoft on the age and origin of Polly Heckewelder's "Indian doll."
Paul A. W. Wallace Papers Mss.Ms.Coll.64b