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Alternate forms: Iroquois
Contributor: Speck, Frank G. (Frank Gouldsmith), 1881-1950 | Lazore, Margaret C. | Carse, Mary, 1919- | Jones, Louis C. (Louis Clark), 1908-1990 | Akweks, Aren | Cook, Donald (Muzzy) | Cook, Julius
Subject: Anthropology | Ethnography | Social life and customs | Hunting | Politics and government | Folklore | Basketry | Masks | Dance | Government relations | New York (State)--History
Extent: 6 folders
Description: Materials relating to Speck's study of Mohawk language, history, and culture. Includes miscellaneous Mohawk field notes on topics such as Caughnawaga traps, St. Regis mask data obtained from Julius Cook, dance, addresses, etc., as well as a letter from Ray Fadden congratulating Speck on his Iroquois study (1945); Speck's review of "Listen for a Lonesome Drum" by Carl Cramer; a brief (circa 1945) by St. Regis Mohawks concerning Indian rights against New York and federal government after 1924, along with a letter from Muzzy Cook, Julius Cook, and Ray Fadden (Aren Akweks, Tehanetorens, of the Akwesasne Counselor Organization); a letter from former student Mary Rowell (married name Carse) regarding her summer experiences among the St. Regis Mohawk, including her general impressions of the culture and her concern about the dangers of false traditions being taught; a letter from Margaret Lazore concerning the sale of baskets at the Allentown Fair and mentioning the visit of Mary Rowell (Carse) and Ray Fadden; and two letters from Louis C. Jones returning Speck's manuscript "the Mohawk Folk Tale" and relating to Speck serving on the Handbook Committee of the American Folklore Society.
Collection: Frank G. Speck Papers (Mss.Ms.Coll.126)
Alternate forms: Iroquois
Subject: Adoption | Kinship | Politics and government | Government relations | Art | Indian artists | Museums
Extent: 5 items
Description: Materials relating to Paul A. W. Wallace's interest in Mohawk history and culture. Items include documents, newspaper clippings, and photographs regarding Wallace's adoption by the Akwesasne Mohawk Nation, including a copy of Ray Fadden's (Tehanetorens, Aren Akweks) speech; Wallace's correspondence with Glynn Michael regarding the death of Chief William Loft; Wallace's correspondence with Chief Julius Cook requesting Wallace's aid in defeating some unspecified Senate bills; Wallace's correspondence with John Fadden (Ka-Hon-Hes) regarding the exhibition and sale of John Fadden's paintings; and images (paintings, photographs) relating to Fadden's exhibition at State Museum, including works such as "Hunting Party Surprised by Bear," "Iroquois Delegation to the Aztecs," and "Youth Dreams of his Guardian Manito (an eagle)."
Collection: Paul A. W. Wallace Papers (Mss.Ms.Coll.64b)