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PAUL RADIN PAPERS

ETHNOGRAPHIC PROFESSIONAL NOTES
1727, 1820, 1824-1825, 1827, [1835-1935], 1938, 1945, 1951-1953, 1958-1960, 2003, undated

Biographical Note/Scope and Content



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African Folk Literature
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Notes on Eozialgefuge in W. Africa, Peter von Werder, 52:(1938): 34-153
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Translation of Dieu D'eau, Entretiens avec Ogotemmeli, Marcel Griaule, pp. 22-69, 14 pp., n.d.
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Untitled [pp. 1-22, 24-28, 30-60, 62-125 + 3 pp. inserts], n.d.
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Untitled [Without arrangement], n.d.
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African American Folk Literature
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Souls Piled Like Timber: Front Matter
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Title Pages [1 copy] and Table of Contents [2 drafts + notes], 9 pp., 1952, n.d.
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Preface [3 drafts in part], 4 pp., 1945, 1953, n.d.
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Introduction: Nature of the Problems to be Attacked and Method of Approach [4 drafts in part], 47 pp., 1952, n.d.

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African American Folk Literature, continued
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Souls Piled Like Timber: Part One
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Chapter 2. The Adjustment to Slavery of the Negroes and the Whites [pp. 27-40], 14 pp., ca. 1952-1953
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Chapter 3. The Autobiographies
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Mr. Green [5 drafts; final draft: pp. 41-74], n.d.
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Charles Mason [5 drafts; final draft: pp. 75-100], n.d.
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Louvinia Franklin [4 drafts; final draft: pp. 101-110], n.d.
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Jenness [4 drafts; final draft: pp. 111-121], n.d.
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Mrs. Ruben [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 122-128], n.d.
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Mrs. E. Anson [drafts; final draft: pp. 129-146], n.d.
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Sally Howard [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 147-151], n.d.

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African American Folk Literature, continued
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Souls Piled Like Timber: Part Two
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Chapter 6. The Conversion Experiences
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I Am Blessed But You Are Damned! [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 190-195], 17 pp., n.d.
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The Travail of the Soul = The Travel of the Soul [5 drafts; final draft: pp. 201-205], 23 pp., n.d.
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Born in the World for Heaven [2 drafts; final draft: pp. 206-210], 11 pp., n.d.
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Hooked in the Heart, recorded by A.P. Watson [3 copies; final draft: pp. 211-215], 20 pp., n.d.
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I Saw God Sitting in a Large Arm-Chair, 5 drafts; final draft: pp. 216-220], 23 pp., n.d.
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It Stood Me Up On My Feet, I Could Feel the Darkness With My Hands = I am Blessed But You are Damned! [4 drafts; final draft: pp. 221-224], 15 pp., n.d.
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I Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray [1 draft; final draft: pp. 225-227], 3 pp., n.d.
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Send Me with a Prayer in My Heart [2 drafts; final draft: pp. 228-231], 8 pp., n.d.

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African American Folk Literature, continued
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Souls Piled Like Timber: Part Two, continued
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Chapter 6. The Conversion Experiences, continued
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You Got to Die and Can't Live [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 232-233], 10 pp., n.d.
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From the Foundation of the World [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 234-237], 11 pp., n.d.
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The Water Cried, "Unworthy, Unworthy," told by woman [4 drafts; final draft: pp. 238-241], 17 pp., n.d.
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Ye Everlasting Gates, Fly Open [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 242-246], 14 pp., n.d.
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The Travelling Wedge [3 drafts in part; final draft: pp. 247-249], 10 pp., n.d.
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At the Greedy Jaws of Hell = At the Greedy Jaw of Hell [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 250-252], 9 pp., n.d.
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You Must Pray a Little Harder [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 253-255], 8 pp., n.d
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A Prayer on the Inside [2 drafts; final draft: pp. 256-258], 5 pp., n.d.
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I Am Fixed Up for the Building, 4 drafts, 9 pp.; final draft: pp. 259-260, n.d.

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African American Folk Literature, continued
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Souls Piled Like Timber: Part Two, continued
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Chapter 6. The Conversion Experiences, continued
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The Hell-Hounds on Her Trail, told by Mrs. Mason [4 drafts; final draft: pp. 261-265], 19 pp., 1925, n.d.
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Fixed and Prefixed, told by Mother Hammond [4 drafts; final draft: pp. 266-268], 11 pp., n.d.
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The Flesh Trembling on My Bones, told by Mrs. Harris Heffner [4 drafts; final draft: pp. 269-270], 8 pp., n.d.
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Shod Me to Run the Race, I Am Not Hell-Scared = I Am Not Hell-Scared [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 271-274], 16 pp., n.d.
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I Saw Old Satan and His Hell-Hounds [2 drafts; final draft: pp. 275-277], 5 pp., n.d.
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I Was a Stone, a Tired Stone = The Mountains Shall Cry Out Against You, told by Mrs. Smith or Mary E. Amos, recorded by A.P. Watson [4 drafts; final draft: pp. 278-279], 10 pp., n.d.
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Behold, I Am a Doctor [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 280-283], 11 pp., n.d.
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Golden Slipper On My Feet [4 drafts; final draft: pp. 284-285], 8 pp., n.d.

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African American Folk Literature, continued
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Locked in the Building, [2 drafts; final draft: pp. 286-287], 4 pp., n.d.
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The Road Is So Narrow and My Feet So Big = The Road So Narrow and My Feet So Big [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 288-289], 6 pp., n.d.
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A Sea of Glass Mingled with Fire [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 290-291] 8 pp., n.d.
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Got No Tune. Got No Tune = You Must Die this Day! [2 drafts; final draft: pp. 292-294], 6 pp., n.d.
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I Want You to Jump = The Difference in Mansions [2 drafts in part; final draft: pp. 295-297], 4 pp., n.d.
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I Am Old as God [2 drafts; final draft: pp. 298-299], 4 pp., n.d.
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Saw God as a Natural Man = I Saw the Clear Heaven [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 300-301], 6 pp., n.d.
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Told by “Primitive Baptist,” Waist-deep in Death [5 drafts; final draft: pp. 302-303], 10 pp., n.d.

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African American Folk Literature, continued
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Souls Piled Like Timber: Part Two, continued
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Sitting on Cattle of One Thousand Hoofs = Sitting on Cattle with a Thousand Hoofs [4 drafts; final draft: pp. 304-306], 9 pp., n.d.
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There Ain't No Such Things as Conjurors = There Ain't No Such Thing as Conjurors [2 drafts; final draft: pp. 307-308], 4 pp., n.d.
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I Saw Him Take a Sun Out of a Sun, recorded by A.P. Watson [2 drafts; final draft: pp. 309-311], 5 pp., n.d.
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Souls Under the Altar: Their Little Wings Flapping; Click-Click = The Heavens Opened Up, told by Mrs. Ransom [4 drafts; final draft: pp. 312-313], 8 pp., n.d.
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In My Heart I was Good or a Chosen Vessel Before the Wind Ever Flew = A Chosen Vessel [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 314-315], 4 pp., n.d.
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Dead Me Lying on a Cooling Board [4 drafts; final draft: pp. 316-317], 7 pp., n.d.
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A Burning in my Heart = Religious Experience of Mrs. Mary Brown, told by Mary Brown [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 318-319], 5 pp., n.d.
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Time Brought You to This World [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 320-321], 5 pp., n.d.

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African American Folk Literature, continued
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Souls Piled Like Timber: Part Two, continued
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Chapter 6. The Conversion Experiences, continued
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Hinder Me Not Ye Much-Loved Sins [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 322-323], 5 pp., n.d.
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I Can Feel the Pull [3 drafts; final draft: pp. 324-325], 5 pp., n.d.
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The Angels Huddled Up Around Me: My Name Was Walled in the Stone = Have Mercy! What Shall I Do? [4 drafts; final draft: pp. 326-327], 8 pp., n.d.
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Chapter 7. Christianity as Depicted in the Conversion Experiences [pp. 328-386], 57 pp., n.d.
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Chapter 8. The Conversion Experiences, Their Literary Structure [pp. 387-410], 24 pp., n.d.
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Endnotes [pp. 411-416], 6 pp., n.d.
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Souls Piled Like Timber: Materials for Appendix or Not for publication
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Autobiography of Mrs. Thompson [3 drafts], 25 pp., n.d.
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Baptized in the Spirit, told by P. Fitzgerald, recorded by A.P. Watson [4 drafts], 6 pp., n.d.
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Caught up in the Spirit of the Lord [2 drafts], 2 pp., n.d.
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A Dream, 5 pp., n.d.

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African American Folk Literature, continued
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Souls Piled Like Timber: Materials for Appendix or Not for publication, continued
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The Lord Spoke Peace to my Soul, told by the minister of a Primitive Baptist Church [4 drafts], 6 pp., n.d.
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A Man in a Man [3 drafts], 14 pp., n.d.
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Peace! Peace! Free! Free!, told by Mr. Green [1 draft], 11 pp., n.d.
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Souls Piled Like Timber [2 drafts], 6 pp., n.d.
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Visions and Dreams [1 draft], 4 pp., n.d.
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Untitled, told by Mrs. Sarah Pope, recorded by A.P. Watson [1 draft,] 2 pp., n.d.
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Untitled, told by Mr. Thompson [1 draft], 12 pp., n.d.
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Untitled [1 draft], 7 pp., n.d.
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Untitled [1 draft], 7 pp., n.d.
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Unidentified [fragment], 3 pp., n.d.
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Analysis of the Conversion Experiences by Michael De Lazlo, n.d. [after 1958?]

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Apache Folk Literature: Untitled, 3 pp., n.d.
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California: Ethnographic statistics, 5 pp., n.d. [ca. 1935]
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Caribbean Folk Literature: Untitled, 3 pp., n.d.
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Chinese American Folk Literature: Men of Poverty by Jon Lee, n.d.
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Eskimo Folk Literature: Unidentified narrative [fragments + notes], n.d.
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France
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Analysis of 18th Century Political Press, 18 pp., n.d.
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Discours de Guerre de Mindia [French], 16 pp., n.d.
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Italian American: The Ritual of Assimilation, A Study of the Italians of San Francisco, typescript with notes, 166 pp., n.d. [Before 1935]
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Japanese American Folk Literature
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Ho-Dan-Zo (Storehouse-of-Ten-Thousand Jewels), Memorandum, 12 pp., n.d.
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The Hundred Views of Figi [prefatory note by Radin], 11 pp., n.d. [ca. 1932]
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Introduction, The Adoption of Chinese and European Culture by Japan, 21 pp., n.d.
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Some Aspects of Japanese History and Culture, n.d.

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Jewish
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The Jews, Past, Present and Future, 18 pp. [2 copies + notes], 36 pp., n.d.
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Folk Literature: The Beloved Vagabond, 2 pp., Before September 12, 1932
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Unidentified [fragment] [typescript, pp. 3-8], 6 pp., n.d.
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Melanesia Folk Literature
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Victoire des Mea, from M. Lienhardt, 6 pp., n.d. [After 1932]
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Notes on French Ethnomythological Theory, n.d. [After 1951]
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Mexico Folk Literature
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Bando de Venegas [Spanish], 1812, 2 pp.
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Breves Rasgos Sobre Pablo de Villavicencio, with P.L. Montserrat [Spanish], 14 pp., n.d.
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Brief Sketch of the Life and ideas of Rafael Davila (1803?-1834?) [English and Spanish], 17 pp., 1945

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Mexico Folk Literature, continued
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How the Boundary was Fixed Between Cheran and Aranza, retold by Pablo Velaquez G., transcribed by R.H. Barlow, 1941 [English and Spanish] [2 drafts], 3 pp.
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Jose Joaquin Fernandez de Lizardi, 5 pp. + 8 pp. of notes, n.d.
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La Malinche de la Constitucion, 1820 [Natuatl (Mejicano) and Spanish] [2 copies], 9 pp., n.d.
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El Pensador Mexicano and related writings, 5 pp., n.d.
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Plaza de Tores
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[Spanish], 12 pp., 1827
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Related notes [English and Spanish], 3 pp., n.d.
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Prologue on Un Viaje Sentimental, 4 pp., n.d
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Repuesta del Pensador [Spanish], 6 pp., 1825
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Sonata Appasionata
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[2 drafts], 22 pp., n.d.
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Related notes, 11 pp., n.d.

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Mexico Folk Literature, continued
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Varias preguntas Importantes sobre las Cosas del dia 1821, 4 pp., n.d.
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Vigesina Conversacion del Payo y el Sacristan [fragment] [English and Spanish], 2 pp., 1824
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Navajo Folk Literature: Story retold by Charles Tsoie, recorded by Maud Oakes, 4 pp., n.d.
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New Guinea Folk Literature
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Transcripts from Publications
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[Dutch], 1885, 1888, ca. 1900, 1918, 1926-1927, 1929-1930, 1950, 1952, n.d.
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[1838-1935], n.d. within Student Papers [English, Dutch, and French], 1951-1952, n.d.
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Oglala Folk Literature
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Untitled, n.d.
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Sun Dance Religion, n.d.


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Ottawa and Ojibwa
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Untitled
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Introduction on Dreams of Aboriginal People, 22 pp., n.d.
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Chapter 5. The Culture of the Ottawa in the 17th and 18th Centuries [pp. 61-115], 54 pp., n.d. [After 1927]
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Chapter 6. The Influence of Christianity upon Ottawa Culture [pp. 116-156 + 1 p. notes], 41 pp., n.d. [After 1927]
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Chapter 7. The Influence of the French upon Ottawa Culture [2 copies, pp. 157-202 + 1 p. notes], 91 pp., n.d. [After 1927]
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Chapter 14. Untitled, Re: Afterlife, 14 pp., n.d.
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Chapter unnumbered, Indian Games [fragment, pp. 28-30], 3 pp., n.d.
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Cultural notes, Michigan and Ontario, Canada, [typescript] [fragment: pp. 8-11, 41-42, 87-143, 147, 149-150, 153-154, 171-187, 209-222, 237-240, 243-247, 259-275, 282-283, 287; pp. 97 and 217 numbered twice + unnumbered page inserted between pp. 222 and 237], 130 pp., n.d.
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Material culture sketches [facsimiles from American Philosophical Society], n.d.

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Ottawa and Ojibwa, continued
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Folk Literature
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The Blue Man
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[with notes], 12 pp., n.d.
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5 pp., n.d.
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5 pp., n.d.
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How an Indian Shaman Cures his Patient, n.d.
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Migration Tale of the Mississauga, as told by Young P., [Hiawatha, Rice Lake, Michigan or Ontario, Canada?] [typescript], 5 pp., n.d.
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Origin of the Totems, as told by B.W., [Sarnia, Ontario, Canada?] [fragment], 6 pp., n.d.
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Polynesian Folk Literature: On Stories and Songs from Raymong Firth, We, The Tikopia, 1936, pp. 284-285, 290, 2 pp., n.d.
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Spain Folk Literature: Adalid Espanol, Primer Obispo, y Martyr de Jerusalen, 5 pp., 1727
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Venezuela History: Synopsis of the History of Venezuela [fragment, pp. 1-3, 5], 4 pp., n.d.

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Winnebago [Ho-Chunk]
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The Adoption of Writing as Illustrated by the Winnebago Indians and Commentary on Text [Winnebago and English], 12 pp., n.d.
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Autobiographies, collected by Paul Radin
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Blowsnake, Sam [typescript], 169 pp., n.d.
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Rave, John, Experience with peyote [Winnebago and English], [facsimile from American Philosophical Society], 46 pp., n.d.
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Autobiographies, interviewed and recorded by Richard P. Werbner
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Bigfire, Mary Smith [a.k.a. White Water Spirit Woman] (d. 1959), interpreted by Frank Beaver and Hattie R. White Eagle, Winnebago, Nebraska
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Transcript [typescript] by Richard P. Werbner, 75 pp., n.d. [1958?]
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Narrative [typescript] edited by Richard P. Werbner, 53 pp., 1959
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White Eagle, Hattie R. (d. 1969), Winnebago, Nebraska, n.d. [1958?], transcript [typescript] by Richard P. Werbner, 24 pp., n.d.
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and Fox [Mesquakie]: Ricehill, Mary White (1888-1964) [a.k.a. Laura Mesqueseke or Wawasomoqua], Winnebago, Nebraska, transcript [typescript] by Richard P. Werbner, 46 pp., n.d. [1958?]

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Winnebago [Ho-Chunk], continued
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Reminiscences, interviewed and recorded by Richard P. Werbner, transcribed by Lucretia Crawford, 2003
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Beaver, Frank, on Winnebago history, Brandeis University, 7 pp. [tape 5], November, 1958
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Smith, George, on Medicine Dance, son Gustave's WWII experiences, and dreams and songs, 21 pp. [tapes 1-2], September 2, 1958
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Unidentified, interpreted by [Hattie R. White Eagle?], 3 pp. [tape 2], September 2-3, 1958
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Unidentified, interpreted by [Hattie R. White Eagle?], 4 pp. [tape 4], n.d. [August-September, 1958?]
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Field Notes and Questionnaire on Food Production by Richard P. Werbner, Winnebago, Nebraska, 8 pp., 1958
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Material Culture Sketches, 3 pp., n.d.
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Folk Literature
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The Auk [typescript] [facsimile from American Philosophical Society], 5 pp., n.d.
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The Bear Clan Feast [Winnebago and English] [facsimile from American Philosophical Society], 85 pp., n.d.

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Winnebago [Ho-Chunk], continued
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Folk Literature, continued
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Blue Horn’s Nephew
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[typescript] [fragment], 8 pp., n.d.
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[typescript] [fragment], 14 pp., n.d.
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The Children of the Sun, re: The Twins [typescript + notations], 10 pp., n.d. 
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The Four Nights Wake of the Thunderbird Clan [Winnebago and English] [facsimile from American Philosophical Society], 27 pp., n.d.
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How Hare Killed the Keeper of the Field Containing the Products of the Earth [unidentified published copy with notations, pp. 37-50], 13 pp., n.d.
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The Journey to the Spirit Land [2 drafts: 2 typescripts + notations], 12 pp., n.d.
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The Man and His Three Dogs [facsimile from American Philosophical Society] [typescript with notations], 11 pp., n.d.
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Oh-Poh [typescript], 3 pp., n.d.

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Winnebago [Ho-Chunk], continued
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Folk Literature
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Origin of the Buffalo Clan [facsimile from American Philosophical Society], 11 pp., n.d.
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Origin of the Medicine Lodge [Winnebago and English] [facsimile from American Philosophical Society], 63 pp., n.d.
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Red Man and Chief of the Heroka [3 drafts including 2 typescripts; final draft: 78 pp.], 192 pp., n.d.
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Shaman’s Soul, 4 pp., n.d.
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The Shawnee Prophet [facsimile from American Philosophical Society], 39 pp., n.d.
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The Story of Holy One [facsimile from American Philosophical Society], 19 pp., n.d.
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Untitled [fragment] [typescript], 12 pp., n.d. 
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Untitled [fragment] [typescript], 2 pp., n.d. 

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Winnebago [Ho-Chunk], continued
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Folk Music
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Flute Melody Score by George La Mere, 3 pp., n.d.
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Scalp Dance Song Score and Text [Winnebago] by George La Mere, 4 pp., n.d.
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War Bundle Feast (Waruxapkigo) Song Score and Text [Winnebago] by George La Mere, 3 pp., n.d.
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Untitled [fragments] with War Bundle Feast (Waruxapkigo) Songs by F.B. [Frank Beaver?], n.d.
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Yurok: Story of the Dog Song, 7 pp., n.d.
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Zapotec: The Zapotec Language, Some Considerations on Linguistic Method [English, Spanish, and Zapotec], 44 pp., n.d.
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Unidentified Folk Literature
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[Yurok?] Untitled [fragment] [typescript], 3 pp., n.d.
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Imap Ukua (“The Mother of the Sea”) [English and German] [typescript + notations + cover letter to Dorris Radin], 14 pp., 1960
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The Little Star Who Walked Across the Sky [typescript + notations], 4 pp., n.d.
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Medea [3 drafts: typescripts + notations], 30 pp., n.d.
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