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Wes Taukchiray Collection

To access the materials in this collection please contact Special Collections.

  • 1: Alibamo
  • 2: Anishinibeg/"Ojibwa"
  • 3: Apache
  • 4: Apalachee
  • 5: Arapaho
  • 6: Aromuskeet (town of Machapunga: descendants)
  • 7: Attakapa
  • 8: Blackfoot
  • 9: Black Cherokee, Sale Creek, Tenn.
  • 10: Bosra claim based on 1807
  • 11: Canada Indians
  • 12: Cape Fear Indians
  • 13: Carmel Indians
  • 14: Catawba Geneology
  • 15: Catawba (1540-1842)
  • 16: Catawba (1849-1940)
  • 17: Catawba (1944)
  • 18: Catawba (1941-1981)
  • 19: Catawba (1992-1996)
  • 20: Catawba (1997- )
  • 21: Catawba, No Date
  • 22: Catawba land claims settelement, 1993
  • 23: Catawba language: miscellaneous
  • 24: Dr. Siebert on Catawba
  • 25: Catawba man at Welhik Tupnik (New Philadelphia), Ohio, 1779
  • 26: Catawba photos
  • 27: Catawba related newspaper articles
  • 28: Catawbas at Checotah
  • 29: Catawbas named Tims (Thames)
  • 30: Catawba miscellaneous
  • 31: Catawbas visiting Fayetteville, 1831
  • 31a: Catawba/Kusso Descendants Named Creel and Clark: S.C. Low Country
  • 32: Cheraw
  • 33a: Cherokee (1759-1889)
  • 33b: Cherokee (1934-1992)
  • 34: Cherokee (1993-1999)
  • 35: Cherokees of New Mexico (legit)
  • 36: Cheyenne
  • 37: Chickahominy (1608-1722)
  • 38: Chickahominy (since 1820)
  • 39: Chickasaw
  • 40: Chitimacha
  • 41: Choctaw
  • 41a: Choctaw band in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana
  • 42: Chowanoc
  • 43: Chyawhaw
  • 44: Congaree
  • 45: Connamocksock
  • 46: Crow
  • 47: Dawhee ("Cape Fear Indians")
  • 48: Ebarb
  • 49: Fifth Ward Settlement (Choctaws)
  • 50: Four Winds Tribe, Louisiana
  • 51: Gingaskin
  • 52: Gingaskin Indians
  • 53: Houma (historic)
  • 54: Hupa
  • 55: Indian Slaves
  • 56: Indians of Rockingham County, NC
  • 57: Iroquois influence on the US Constitution
  • 58: Jena Band of Choctaw
  • 59: Kickapoo
  • 60: Kiowa
  • 61: Koasati
  • 62: Language retention among tribes federally recognized since 1980
  • 63: Leni Lenape: the Okehocking Band
  • 64: Luiseno
  • 65: Lumbee
  • 66: Maliseet
  • 67: Mandan
  • 68: Mashpee
  • 69: Massachusett/Natick
  • 70: Matinecock
  • 71a: Mattaponi reservation to 1997
  • 71b: Mattaponi reservation (1998- )
  • 71c: Mattaponi reservation marriage licenses (1883-1967)
  • 71d: Upper Mattaponi, 1892 ff.
  • 71e: Upper Mattaponi marriage licenses (1885-1921)
  • 72: Menominee
  • 73: Megehe, a Waterree headman
  • 74: Melungeon Bibliography
  • 75: Metis
  • 76: Miami
  • 77: Miami: Anthropological
  • 78: Miami: Historical
  • 79: Miami: Anthropological
  • 80: Mikasuki
  • 81: Mithun, Marianne
  • 82: Mohawk
  • 83: Mohegan
  • 84: Monacan
  • 85: Montaukett/Shinnecock
  • 86: Mounds
  • 87: Multitribal
  • 88: Muskogi
  • 89: Nansemond
  • 90: Nanticoke
  • 91: Narragansett
  • 92: Natchez
  • 93: Navajo
  • 94: Nicoleno Indians
  • 95: Nipmuc
  • 96: Norridgewock
  • 97: Nottoway
  • 98: Omaha
  • 99: Oneida
  • 100: Onondoga
  • 101: Osage
  • 102: Paleo Ethno Botany
  • 103: Passamoquoddy
  • 104: Paugusett
  • 105: Pearson, Bruce
  • 106: Penobscot
  • 107: Pequot
  • 108: Poarch Band of Creeks
  • 109: Ponca
  • 110: Potawatomi
  • 111: Poteskeet
  • 112: Price
  • 113: Pueblo of Santa Ana
  • 114: Quapaw
  • 115: Quinnipiac
  • 116: Rappahannock
  • 117: Salish
  • 118: San Juan Southern Paiute
  • 119: Saponi
  • 120: Schaghticoke
  • 121: Seawee
  • 122: Seminole & Mikasuki
  • 123: Seneca
  • 124: Shaawanwa
  • 125: Shakori
  • 126: Shanes, Walshes & Macartys
  • 127: Shasta
  • 128: Shinnecock
  • 129: Sioux
  • 130: Snoqualmie
  • 131: Split-cane
  • 132: Spokane
  • 133: Spurlocks
  • 134: Stockbridge (same as Muhheakunnuk)
  • 135: Taino
  • 136: Tatoos
  • 137: Tawasa
  • 138: Tehuelche
  • 139: tobacco
  • 140: Timicua
  • 141: Tonkawa
  • 142: Tunica
  • 143: Tubatalabal
  • 144: Tuscarora
  • 145: Tutelo Rituals on the Six Nations Reserve (Canada)
  • 146: Unkechaug
  • 147: Wampanoag
  • 148: Wando
  • 149: Warclub
  • 150: Warm Springs Reservation
  • 151: Washo
  • 152: Welsh hoax
  • 153: West Coast
  • 154: Wichita
  • 155: Winia
  • 156: Winnebago
  • 157: Wyandott
  • 158: Wyanoke
  • 159: Yamasee
  • 160: Yuchi
  • 161: Yuki

Updated: Tuesday, January 31, 2012

 
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