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Alternate forms: Malecite
Contributor: Howe, John, 1754-1835 | Hale, Horatio, 1817-1896 | Phillips, Henry, 1838-1895 | Pilling, James Constantine, 1846-1895
Extent: 4 items
Description: Items relating to Maliseet culture and Malecite-Passamaquoddy language. These include John Howe's presentation of a set of porcupine table mats, made by the Indians of St. John, New Brunswick, to the Horatio Hale's letter to Henry Phillips concerning the proper title of his pamphlet [i.e., "Remarks on the language of the St. John's, or Wlastukweek Indians, with a Penobscot vocabulary" (1834)], words taken when Indians visited Cambridge, and faulty reference in Pilling's proof sheets; James Pilling's letter to Phillips seeking proper bibliographical entry for Hale (1834) pamphlet on Wlastukweek and the spelling of the name; and Phillips' "Concerning pamphlet on the language of the St. John's...Indians," about Hale (1834).
Collection: American Philosophical Society Archives (APS.Archives)
Extent: 5 items
Description: Correspondence from John Wesley Powell and James Constantine Pilling regarding various professional and research matters. Includes a letter from Powell to Frederick W. Putnam, wanting his collections to display in the Smithsonian (1878); a letter from Pilling to Henry W. Longfellow concerning the exact title of the first edition of Hiawatha for a bibliography of Indian linguistics (1879); letters from Pilling to to S. E. Howell concerning Indian studies and headquarters at Smithsonian (1879); a letter from Powell to G. Frederick Wright (1899); and a letter from Powell to Paul Carus concerning his plan for a book on Native American religions (1901). Originals of letters to Putnam, Longfellow, and Howell are in the Records of the Geological Survey, Rocky Mountain Survey, U.S. National Archives. Originals of letters to Wright and Carus are at the Bureau of American Ethnology, John Wesley Powell letters sent, 1897-1902.
Collection: John Wesley Powell correspondence and diary, 1871-1907 (Mss.Film.736.1)