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BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS, 1805-1967. (5 boxes)
Babbitt, E.L, The Allegheny Pilot, Freeport, PA, 64 pp (1 volume) (folder 1)
McAtee, W.L., Local Names of Migratory Game Birds, Washington, D,C.: Government Printing Office, 1937, 96 pp. (1 volume)
American Guide Series, The Harmony Society in Pennsylvania, Sponsored by The Harmony Society Historical Association, Pub. by the Wm. Penn Association of Philadelphia, MCMXXXVII, 38 pp. (1 volume) (folder 2)
Andrews, Edward D., The Community Industries of the Shakers, New York State Museum Handbook 15, Albany: University of the State of New York, 1932, 322 pp. (1 volume)
Brief History of the Ephrata Cloister, Printed and For Sale at "Review" Book Store, Ephrata, PA, 48 pp. and plates.
Damkohler, E.E., Estero, Fla., 1882. Memoirs of the First Settler, ---Island Press, Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931. 32 pp. (Koreshan Unity Sect.) (1 volume)
Jacoby, John E., Two Mystic Communities in America, Paris: Les Presses Universitaries de France, 1931, 104 pp. (1 volume)
Sarbaugh, Howard A., A Brief History of Zoar, Revised and published as a Second Edition, Columbus: Ohio State Historical Society, 1935, (Separatist Society), 14 pp.
[Cornplanter Psalm Book] Psalms 18 through 128 written in the Seneca language with suggested meter for singing, pp. 23-142. (1 volume) (folder 3)
Williams, B.G., Complete Life and Speeches of Cornplanter, Once Chief of the Seneca Nation of Indians, Replies of the President of the United States and others to whom they were addressed, Warren Ledger, 1889, photostats, 42 pp.
Douglas, Edward M., Boundaries, Areas, Geographic Centers and Altitudes of the United States and the Several States, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1939, 205 pp. and 2 maps. (1 volume)
Faust, Albert B., Charles Sealsfield (Carl Postl), A Dissertation, Baltimore Press of the Friedenwald Co., 1892, 53 pp. (1 volume) (folder 4)
Faust, Albert B., Charles Sealsfield (Carl Postl), Der Dichter Beider Hemispharen, Weimar: Verlag von Emil Felber, 1897, 295 pp. (1 volume)
Furnow, Berthold, The Ohio Valley in the Colonial Days, Albany: Joel Munsell's Sons, Publishers, 299 pp. (1 volume)
Caldwell, Norman Ward, The French in the Mississippi Valley, 1740-1750, Urbana: The University of Illinois Press, 1941, 113 p. (1 volume) (folder 5)
Stevens, Thomas Wood, The Pageant Drama of Old Fort Niagara, Niagara Falls, NY: 1934 International Celebration at Niagara, Inc. (1 volume)
Strassburger, Ralph Beaver, The Huguenots, Their Rise and Their Settlement in America, Norristown, PA: The Norristown Press, 49 pp. (1 volume)
Geology and Physiography:
Labeck, A.K., A Popular Guide to the Geology and Physiography of Allegheny State Park, Albany: The University of the State of New York, 1927, 281 pp. and maps. (1 volume)
Pilling, James Constantine, Bibliography of the Algonquian Languages, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1891, 614 pp. (1 volume) (folder 6)
Pilling, James Constantine, Bibliography of the Athapascan Languages, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892, 125 pp. (1 volume)
Pilling, James Constantine, Bibliography of the Chinockan Languages, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1893, 81 pp. (1 volume)
"Vocabulary of the Shawnee Tongue, 1781," No. 11, DuPonceau Papers, Free Library of Philadelphia, photostats, 251 pp. (folder 7)
Zeisberger, [Rev. David], "A Grammar of the Languages of the Lenni Lenape or Delaware Indians . . ." Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1816, 251 pp. (1 volume)
Zeisberger, [Rev. David], Vocabularies From the Collection of Manuscripts Presented by Judge Lane to Harvard University, Nos. 1 and 2, Cambridge: Joh Wilson and Son University Press, 1887, 20 pp. (1 volume)
Akweks, Aren, Monuments to Six Nations Indians, Hogansburg, NY: Akwesasne Mohawk Counselor Organization, 69 pp. (1 volume) (folder 8)
Anthropological Papers, Numbers 13-18, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1941, 368 pp. (1 volume)
Broyles, Betty J., The St. Albans Site (46 Ka 27) Kanawha County, West Virginia, West Virginia Archaeological Society, Moundsville, Fall 1966,, 56 pp. (1 volume)
Bullen, Ripley P., and Frederick W. Sleight, The Krum Bay Site, A Preceramic Site on St. Thomas, United States Virgin Islands, The Wm. L. Bryant Foundation, American Studies Report No. 5, 1963, 46 pp.
Congdon, Charles E., The Allegheny Oxbow, 1967, Chapters 4, pp. 29-39; and 8, pp. 66-73. typescript.
Devine, E.J., Old Fort Ste. Marie - Home of the Jesuit Martyrs, 1639-1649, Midland, Ont.: Martyr's Shrine, 1947. 3rd Rev. Ed., 54 pp. (1 volume)
Du Bois, Cora, The Feather Cult of Middle Columbia, General Series in Anthropology No. 7, Menasha, Wisconsin: Banta Publishing Co., 45 pp. (1 volume)
Dutton, Bertha P., ed., Pocket Handbook, New Mexico Indians, Santa Fe: New Mexici Association on Indian Affairs, 1951, 101 pp. (1 volume)
Fraser, Alexander, 5th Report of the Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario, Toronto: L.K. Cameron, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1909, 504 pp. (Huron Indians) (1 volume) (folder 9)
Guthe, Alfred K., The Late Prehistoric Occupation in Southwestern New York: An Interpretive Analysis, Research Records of the Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences, No. 11, Rochester: Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences, 1958, 100 pp. (1 volume) (folder 10)
Hearings Before A Subcommittee of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs . . ., March 9-11, 1948, 225 pp. (New York Indians) (1 volume)
Hrdlicka, Ales, Physical Anthropology of the Lenape or Delawares, and of the Eastern Indians in General, New York: The Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1916, 130 pp. (1 volume)
Jackson, Halliday, Civilization of the Indian Natives; or a Brief View of the Friendly Conduct of William Penn Towards the Indians in the Early Settlement of Pennsylvania . . . and Gradual Civilization, Philadelphia: Marcus T.C. Gould, 1830, photostats, 120 pp. (folder 11)
Kelly, Wm. H., Indian Affairs and the Indian Reorganization Act - The Twenty Year Record, Tucson: Inoversity of Arizona, 1954, 39 pp. (1 volume)
Kinietz, Vernon, ed., Meearmeear Traditions, by C.C. Trowbridge, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, April 1938, 90 pp. (1 volume) (folder 12)
Kinietz, Vernon, and Erminie W. Vorgelin, eds., Shawnese Traditions, C.C. Trowbridge's Account, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, June 1939, 71 pp. (1 volume)
McCreight, M.I., The Wigwam-Puffs from the Peace Pipe, Sykesville, PA: Nupp Printing Co., 1943, 48 pp. (1 volume)
Macleod, Wm. Christie, The Origin of the State reconsidered in the Light of the Data of Aboriginal North America, Philadelphia: Westbrook Publishing Co., 1924, 109 pp. (1 volume)
Manson, Carl, Howard A. MacCord, et. al., "The Culture of the Keyser Farm Site," Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters, Vol. 29, 1943, pp. 375-418 and plates. Reprint. (1 volume)
The Mental Elevator, (Ne Juguh Nigo A ges Gwathah) Cattaragus Reservation, December 24, 1846, No. 13, pp. 105-112.
The Penn Wampum Belts, Leaflets of the Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, New York, No. 4, March 22, 1925. (1 volume)
Potier, Rev. Pierre, Huron Manuscripts, 15th Report of the Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontariom by Alexander Fraser, 1918-1919, Toronto: Clarkson W. James, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1920, 777 pp. Index missing. (1 volume)
Ragueneau, Rev. Paul, Heroes of Huronia, 1649-1949," Translated from Relations des Jesuites, by Joseph Fallon, S.J., 34 pp. (1 volume)
Ritchie, Wm. A., Two Prehistoric Village Sites at Brewerton, New York Type Components of the Brewerton Focus, Laurentian Aspect, Research Records of the Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences, Anthropology No. 5., Rochester: Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences, 1940, 107 pp. and map. (1 volume) (folder 14)
Sheppard, Wm. L., The Princess Pocahontas, Her Story, Richmond, VA: Whittet and Shepperson, Printers, 17 pp. (1 volume)
Smith, Samuel Steele, Sandy Hook and the Land of Navesink, Monmouth Beach, NJ: Philip Frenau Press, 33 pp. (1 volume)
Snow, Charles E., Anthropological Studies at Moundville, Part 1, "Indian Skeletons From the Museum Burials at Moundville," pp. 7-52; Part 2. "Possible Evidence of Scalping at Moundville," pp. 55-57 and plates. University of Alabama, 1941. (1 volume)
Speck, Frank G., Oklahoma Delaware Ceremonies, Feasts and Dances, Philadelphia: The American Philosophical Society, 1937, 161 pp. (1 volume) (folder 15)
Spier, Leslie, The Prophet Dame of the Northwest and Its Derivatives: Ther Service of the Ghost Dance, Menasha, WI: George Banta Publishing Co., 1935, 74 pp. (1 volume)
Thomas, Cyrus, Catalogue of Prehistoric Works East of the Rocky Mountains, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1891, 246 pp. (1 volume) (folder 16)
Beauchamp, Rev. Wm. M., The Life of Conrad Weiser as it Relates to His Services as Official Interpreter Between New York and Pennsylvania . . ., Syracuse, NY: Onondaga Historical Association, 1925, 125 pp. (1 volume) (folder 17)
Brush, Edward H., and E.D. Strickland, Iroquois Past and Present, Copyright 1901, by Edward H. Brush, 96 pp. (1 volume)
Burke, Carleton, Symphony Iroquoian, Rochester, NY: Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences, 1937, 70 pp. (1 volume)
The Indian Maiden, Catharine Tekakwitha, 5th edition, revised, 1956, 8 pp.; NO-RI-WA-TO-KEN-TI TSI-NI-HO-IA-TON, ROK (St. Luke in Iroquois (Mohawk-Oneida), Printed USA, 116 pp. (1 volume)
Snyderman, George S., "Behind the Tree of Peace," Pennsylvania Archaeologist, Vol. 18, No. 3-4, Fall 1948, 93 pp. (1 volume) (folder 18)
Stites, Sara Henry, Economics of the Iroquois, Bryn Mawr: April 1905, 159 pp. (1 volume)
Tooker, Elisabeth, Iroquois Culture, History and Prehistory, Albany: The University of the State of New York, The State Education Department, New York State Museum and Science Service, 1967, 120 pp. (1 volume)
Pilling, James Constantine, Bibliography of the Iroquoian Languages, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Offive, 1888, 208 pp. (1 volume) (folder 19)
Hayes, A, Reed, Jr., The Old Order Amish Mennonites, Lewistown, PA, 1946, 23 pp. (folder 20)
Horst, J.L., Mennonite Year-Book and Directory, 1938, Scottdale: Mennonite Publishing House, 96 pp. (1 volume)
Peachey, Samuel W., Amish of Kishacoquillas Valley, Mifflin County, Pa., Scottdale: Mennonite Publishing House, 48 pp. (1 volume)
Steinfeldt, Berenice, The Amish of Lancaster County, Lancaster: Arthur G. Steingeldt, 1937, 31 pp. (1 folder)
Oerter, Maurice F., The Tragedy of Gnadenhuetten on the Tuscaroras, March 8, 1782, Gnadenhuetten Sesqui-Centennial Committee of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, Copyright 1932 by M.F. Oerter, 62 pp. (1 volume)
Weinland, Joseph E., The Romantic Story of Schoenbrunn - The First Town in Ohio, Schoenbrunn Committee, Dover, OH: Seibert Printing Co., 1930, 36 pp, (1 volume)
New York Indians:
Donaldson, Thomas, The Six Nations of New York, Extra Census Bulletin - Indians, Cayugas, Mohawks (St. Regis), Oneidas, Onondagas, Senecas, Tuscaroras, Washington, D,C., U.S. Census Printing Office, 1892, 89 pp. (1 volume) (folder 21)
Parker, Arthur C., Excavations In An Erie Indian Village and Burial Site at Ripley, Chautauqua Co., N.Y., Albany: New York State Education Department, Bulletin 418, December 1907, pp. 459-547 and plates 19-38. (1 volume)
New York Local History:
Bennett, C.E., Many Mohawk Moons, 1638-1938, Copyright 1938 by the author, 29 pp. (1 volume) (folder 22)
Board of Directors, Cattaraugus County Sesquicentennial Corp., Cattaraugus County Sesquicentennial, 1808-1958, Gowanda, NY: Niagara Drontier Publishing Co., Inc., 1958. (1 volume)
Cooper, William, A Guide to the Wilderness, or the History of the First Settlements in the Western Counties of New York . . ., Copyright 1897 by James Fenimore Cooper, 49 pp. (1 volume)
Growing Gowanda, Gowanda, NY: Gowanda Cooperative Savings and Loan Association, Copyright 1940, 65 pp. (1 volume)
Granger Homestead, Canandaigua, New York, Granger Homestead Society, Inc., 12 pp. (1 volume)
Leach Publishing Company, Allegheny State Park - Playground of Western New York. (1 volume)
Michelson, Truman, Fox Miscellany, Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, 1937, 124 pp. (1 volume) (folder 23)
National Bank of Westfield, Ninety Years in Westfield, 1848-1938, Buffalo: Whitney-Graham company, Inc., 1938. (1 volume)
Payne, Thomas G., The Genesee Country - A Field Guide to Various Natural Features which Reveal the Geologic Past, Rochester: Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences, 1938, 98 pp. and map. (1 volume)
Report of the New York - Vermont Interstate Commission on the Lakr Champlain Basin, 1960, Legislative Document (1960) No. 9, 272 pp. and map. (1 volume)
The American-German Review, April 1944 and February 1942. (2 volumes) (folder 24)
Downs, Joseph, A Handbook of the Pennsylvania German Galleries in the American Wing, New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1934. (1 volume)
Pennsylvania German Arts and Crafts, New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1943. (1 volume)
Pennsylvania Local History:
American Guide Series, Tales of Pioneer Pittsburgh, Sponsored by Western Pennsylvania Committee on Folklore, Published by the Wm. Penn Association, 1937, 29 pp. (1 volume) (folder 25)
Hess, George Furst, John Reaville and the Deserted Villages of Tangascootac, Copyright Nov. 1, 1939 by the Author, 35 pp. (1 volume)
Jefferson County Sesqui-Centennial Celebration, 1804-1955, 64 pp. (1 volume)
Lingelbach, Anna Lane, William Penn as Seen in Excerpts From His Writings, Philadelphia: The Religious Society of Friends, 1932, 20 pp. (1 volume)
M[urray] E[lsie], Athens, Once Te-A-Oga, and Tioga Point, 1936, 14 pp. (1 volume)
M[urray] E[lsie], Te-A-Oga, Annals of a Valley, Athens, PA: Tioga Point Museum, 1939, 63 pp. (1 volume)
Thomas, Gabriel, An Historical and Geographical Account of the Province and Country of Pensilvania in America, 1698 With note, etc., by A, Monroe Aurand, Jr., Harrisburg: The Aurand Press, 1938, 32 pp. (1 volume)
Thompson, W.W., Historical Sketches of Potter County, Pennsylvania, Coudersport: The Potter Enterprise, 1925, 68 pp. (1 volume)
Wilson, L. Elbert, Fiftieth Anniversary of the Dedication, 1901-1951, Methodist Church, Waynesboro, Penna., 41 pp. (1 volume)
Dunlap, A.R., and C.A. Weslager, Indian Place Names in Delaware, Wilmington: The Archaeological Society of Delaware, 1950, 61 pp. (1 volume) (folder 26)
Flick, Alexander C., "New York Place Names," History of the State of New York, Vol. 10, Columbia University Press, MCMXXXVII, pp. 293-332. Reprint. (1 volume)
Marshall, O.H., Historical Sketches of the Local Names of the Niagara Frontier, 46 pp. (1 volume)
Norona, Delf, Wheeling, A West Virginia Place-Name of Indian Origin, Moundsville: West Virginia Archaeological Society, Inc., 1958, 38 pp. (1 volume)
Krieger, Louis C.C., A Popular Guide to the Higher Fungi (Mushrooms) of New York State, Albany: The University of the State of New York, 1935, 538 pp. (1 volume) (folder 27)
Laufer, Berthold, The American Plant Migration - Part I: The Potato, Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 1938, (Publication 418), 132 pp. (1 volume)
Moldenke, Harold N., A Contribution to Our Knowledge of the Wild and Cultivated Flora of Pennsylvania - 1 Notre Dame: The American Midland Naturalist, Vol. 35, No. 2, March 1946, pp. 298-399. Reprint. (1 folder)
Smith, Huron H., Ethnobotany of the Forest Potawatomi Indians, Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee Bulletin, Vol. 7, No. 1, May 9, 1933, pp. 1-230 and plates 1-38. (1 volume) (folder 28)
Smith, Huron H., Ethnobotany of the Meskwaki Indians, Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee Bulletin, Vol. 4, No. 2, April 7, 1928, pp. 178-307 and plates 37-46. (1 volume)
Smith, Huron H., Ethnobotony of the Ojibwe Indians, Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee Bulletin, Vol. 4, No. 3, May 2, 1932, pp. 329-460 and plates 46-77. (1 volume)
Quakers and Indians:
An Account of the Lives and Happy Deaths of Some Indians Deceased: on the Allegheny, Cattaraugus and Cornplanter Reservations, Philadelphia: Committee for the Civilization and Improvement of the Indians, 1899, 38 pp. (1 volume) (folder 29)
A Brief Account of the Proceedings of the Committee, Appointed in the Year 1795, By the Yearly Meeting of the Friends of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, for Promoting the Improvement and Gradual Civilization of the Indian Natives, Philadelphia: Kimber, Conrad and Co., 1805, 45 pp. (1 volume)
A Brief Sketch of the Efforts of the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, to Promote the Civilization and Improvement of the Indiansl Also of the Present Condition of the Tribes in the State of New York, Philadelphia: Friends' Book Store, 1866, 56 pp. (1 volume)
Bulletin of Friends' Historical Association, Vol. 25, No. 2, Autumn 1936, 112 pp. (1 volume)
Report of the Committee for the Gradual Civilization of the Indian Natives Made to the Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, Held in Philadelphia in the Fourth Month, 1838, Philadelphia: Joseoh and William Kite, Printers, 1838, 26 pp. (1 volume)
American Guide Series, A Bid for Liberty, Philadelphia, American Guide Series, MCMXXXVII, 48 pp. (1 volume)
Fifty-Seventh Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the Thomas Indian School Located on the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation at Iroquois, N.Y. for the Year Ending September 30, 1912, Albany: J.B. Lyon Co., 1913, 47 pp. (1 volume) (folder 30)
Marshall, O.H., De LaSalle Among the Senecas in 1669, 49 pp. (1 volume)
Strong, Nathaniel T., A Further Illustration of the Case of the Seneca Indians in the State of New York, In a Review of a Pamphlet Entitled "An Appeal to the Christian Community," Philadelphia: Merrihew and Thompson, 1841, 84 pp. (1 volume)
Chafe, Wallace L., Handbook of Seneca Languages, New York: State Museum and Science Service, Bulletin No. 388, February 1963, 71 pp. (1 volume) (folder 31)
[Holmer, Nils M.], [The Character of the Iroquois Langiages], Upsala Canadian Studies, Vol. 1, 1952.
Wright, Asher, [Seneca Spelling Book], pp. 9-24, 49-56.
Blair, H.L., History of Education in Pennsylvania With Special Emphasis on Warren County . . ., 1854-1954, 46 pp. (1 volume) (folder 32)
Indian Committee, ed., Warren, Pennsylvania, 1795-1895, A Souvenir of Her First Centennial, 16 pp. (1 volume)
Odd Fellow's Cemetery of Youngsville, Penna. Dedicatory Proceedings, Kansas City, MO: Tierman-Dart Printing Co., 1903, 62 pp. and maps. (1 volume)
Tidioute Sesquicentennial, 1806-1956. (1 volume)
Merle H. Deardorff Collection
TRANSCRIPTS OF DIARIES AND JOURNALS, 1726-1864. (4 boxes)
Alden, Rev. Timothy, "An Account of Sundry Missions Performed Among the Senecas and Munsees, In a Series of Letters, With an Appendix," New York, Printed by J. Seymour, 1827. Typescript, 180 pp. (1 folder)
Bacon, David, "David Bacon's Visit to the Indians, 1794," Typescript, 9 pp. (1 folder)
Baldwin, Waterman, "Diary and Letter of Waterman Bardwin, April-November 1791," typescript, 21 pp., Photostats of the original with transcripts on reverse and 11 sheets of negative photocopies. (1 folder)
Bonsall, Isaac, "Journals," 1803, typescript, 48 pp.;1806, typescript, 31 pp.; 1823, typescript, 4 pp. (1 folder)
Cooper, James, "Journal of a Visit to the Seneca Indians," May 30-July 30, 1796, typescript, 8 pp.
Darlington, Wm. M., "Christopher Gist's Journal," 1753, 1755, typescript, 9 pp.
Dean, John Candee, ed., Journal of Thomas Dean, A Voyage to Indiana in 1817," Indiana Historical Society Publications, Vol. 6, No. 2, 1918, pp. 273-345.
Elkinton, Joseph, "Journal," (Extracts), 1815-1864, pp. 1-940, indexed typescript. (4 folders)
Elkinton, Joseph, "Abstract of Extracts from Diary of Joseph Elkinton (Tunesassa), typescript, 18 pp.
Fenton, Wm. N., "The Journal of James Emlen Kept on a Trip to Canandaigua, New York, September 15 to October 30, 1794 to attend the treaty between the United States and the Six Nations," Ethnohistory, Vol. 12, No. 4, Fall 1965, pp. 279-342.
Gilbert, Mary, "Account of a Visit Made by Penrose Weley, John Letchnorth, Anne Mifflin, Mary Bell and Company to the Seneca Indians, Settled on Allegheny River, 10 Mo. 1803," typescript, 4 pp. (1 folder)
Hamilton, Milton W., Ed., "The Diary of the Reverend John Ogilve, 1740-1759," The Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 10, No. 5, February 1961, pp. 331-381.
Hays, John, "Diary of John Hays, May-June 1760," typescript, 35 pp., photostats, 19 pp., Pennsylvania Archives Series 1, Vol. 3, 735-741. (1 folder)
Heckewelder, John, "Narrative of John Heckewelder's Journey to the Wabash in 1792," typescript, 88 pp. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 11, pp. 466-475; Vol. 12, pp. 165-184.
Hunter, Wm. A., ed., "John Hays Diary and Journal of 1760," Pennsylvania Archaeologist, Vol. 24, No. 2 August 1954, pp. 63-83. Reprint. (1 folder)
Jackson, Halliday, "Journal: A Short History of My Sojourning in the Wilderness," [undated], positive photostats, 47 pp. (In: Pennsylvania History, April 1952).
Jackson, Halliday, "The Visions of Connudin or Cornplanter's Brother," June 1799, positive photostats, pp. 53-60. (In: "Holliday Jackson's Wrote at Genesinguh 2nd Mo. 1800," pp. 53-61.
Jackson, Halliday, "Some Account of My Residence Among the Indians," , typescript, 7 pp.
Jackson, Halliday, "Some Account of a Visit Paid to the Friends at Tunasassa and the Indiand Living on Allegheny and Cataraugus River . . .," Aigust 1806, typescript, 13 pp.
Jarrell, Myrtus, Jr., and J.N.B. Hewitt, ed., "Journal of Rudolph Friederick Kurz," Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1937, 382 pp. (1 volume)
Joncaine (Joncquaire Chabert), Daniel de, "Memoir: For Daniel de Joncaire-Chabert, Formerly Commander for Little Fort Niagara agains the attorney general of the commission Established for the affair of Canada, 1726-1760," Translated by Donald H. Kent, typescript, 24 pp. (1 folder)
Jones, David, "Diary of the Several Campaigns in the Indian Wars by David Jones, Chap. to Gen'l Wayne, 1794, 5 and 6, 1794 to 1798," June 5, 1794 - March 16, 1798?, photocopies, 66 pp., from H.G. Jones Collection, American Baptist Historical Collection, Chester, PA.
Kent, Donald H., "Contrecour's Copy of George Washington's Journal for 1754," Pennsylvania History, Vol. 19, No. 1, January 1951, pp. 3-36.
Kent, Donald H., and Merle H. Deardorff, "John Adlum on the Allegheny: Memoirs for the Year 1794," typescript, No. 1 copy with notations by M.H.D. (2 copies)
Kirkland, Rev. Samuel, "Journal, Nov. 1764 - Jan. 1765," typescript, 27 pp.; "Gragment of a Journal," [undated], typescript, 37 pp.; "Journal, Octo. 25, 1767 - Feb. 6, 1771 (fragmentary), typescript, 60 pp.; "Life of Samuel Kirkland," Spark's American Biography, Vol. 25, New Series 15, Boston, 1848, typescript, 9 pp.; Lothrop's Life of Samuel Kirkland, p. 261, typescript, 3 pp.
Kirkland, Rev. Samuel, "Diary, May-June 1788," typescript, 18pp; "Journal, Sept. 23, 1788 - Aug. 1, 1791," typescript, 31 pp. (1 folder)
Kirkland, Rev. Samuel, Hamilton College Mss., 1764-1799. (1 folder)
McCreight, M.I., "Young Man Go West - A Glimpse of Frontier Life," Sykesville, PA: Nupp Printing Co., 1941, pp 7-48.
Miller, Ernest C., "Down the River - A Rafting Journal of 1859 - from Warren, Pa. to Louisville, Ky., " The Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, Vol. 40, No. 3, Fall 1957, pp. 149-162.
Parrish, John, "Treaty at Newton Point, June 12 - July 24, 1791," typescript, 6 pp.; "Diary of a Trip to Lower Sandusky to a Treaty With the Indians, Apr. 30 - Oct. 10, 1793," typescript, 11 pp.
Patterson and Hutchins Journal, "A Journal Commenc'd at Pittsburgh Dryday, The 5th of October 1759, typescript, 3 pp. (1 folder)
Pierce, John, "Journal: Notes on a Visit to the Seneca Nation of Indians, by Joshua Sharples and John Pierce, 1798," ribbon copy, 46 pp.; carbon copy, 77 pp.; photostats, 46 pp. (1 folder)
Porter, Andrew, "Journal of Survey of Northern Boundary," May-September 1787, Xerox copies, 20 pp. (1 folder)
Post, Christian Frederick, "Journal," April 1 - June 30, 1760, typed carbon, 43 pp.
Savery, William, "A Journal of the Life, Travels and Religious Labors of William Savery . . .," 1793. The Friend's Library, Vol. 1, pp. 325-368.
Sharples, Joshua, "A Visit to Cornplanter in 1798," printed, 18 pp., typescript, 60 pp.
Simmons, Henry, Jr., "Diary," 1796-1799 (Cornplanter Senecas), 2 typescripts, 62 pp. and 42 pp.
Simmons, Henry, Jr., "Diary," 1796-1799 (Stockbridge and Seneca Indians), typescript, 72 pp.
Wallace, Anthony F.C., "Halliday Jackson's Journal to the Seneca Indians, 1798-1800," Pennsylvania History, Vol. 19, No. 2, April 1952 and No. 3, July 1952, pp. 1-55. Reprint.
Washington, Col. George, "Journal of Colonel Washington on his Expedition," March 31 - June 27, 1754, typescript, 32 pp.
Zeisberger, David, "The Diary of Brother Zeisberger, From His Trip to the Ohio (or Allegene, as it is called in Dellawarish), in September, 1767," Translation, pp. 598-614; German text, pp. 598-614.
Zeisberger, David, "Diary," January 8 - September 7, 1769, typescript, pp. 1-59; handwritten translation, pp. 1-97; negative photostats, A1-A15; 1-68. (1 folder)
Zeisberger, David, "Diary of the Brethren In Laurenkhanneck-On-Ohio from September 9, 1769 to April 16, 1770," Handwritten translation, pp. 60-93; negative photostats, pp. 98-145, 69-116.
Zeisberger, David, "Diary of the Brethren on the Ohio, 1770," April 17, 1770 - April 12, 1771, translation, pp. 94-224; negative photostats, pp. 117-322; handwritten translation, pp. 146-370.
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