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[[preprinted]] PEABODY MUSEUM OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOLOGY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY, ANTHROPOLOGICAL SECTION, UNIVERSITY MUSEUM. [[/preprinted]] March 29,1906 Dear Miss Fletcher:- We are binding our pamphlets by authors, and I send you a list of those we have of yours. I should not trouble you except t that you once told me that you would like to know what papers we had if ever they should be bound. If the list is all right we will send it to the binder. We could put a few more in, if there are any left out of which you have copies. We have only one of your Century set and I think we should get the others. Could you without too much trouble let me know the dates of the magazines in which too much trouble let me know the dates of the magazines in which they were published. We have "Tribal Life among the Omaha in Jan. 18996. The papers for binding are as follows: Sun-dance Ogalalla Sioux,A.A.A.S.,1882 Laws and Privileges of the Gens,etc., A.A.A.S., 1883 Symbolic Earth formations of Winnebago, A.A.A.S., 1884 Indian Ceremonies, Report XVI, Peabody Museum,1884 Letter from the World's Industrial Exposition at New Orleans to the various Indian tribes interested in Education, 1885 Historical Sketch of the Omaha,1885 Lands in Severalty to the Indians. The Omaha Tribe,A.A.A.S.,1884 Indian Home building, in Pub. of Women's National Indian assoc,1886 Preservation of Archaeological monuments, A.A.A.S.,1887 Supernational among the Omaha, Vol.1,no.3, Proc. Amer.Soc.Psychical Research, 1888 Phonetic Alphabet of Winnebago Indians, A.A.A.S.,1889 Omaha Indian Music, Peabody Museum Papers,Vol. 1,no.5,1893 Indian Song and Music, A.A.A.S.,1895 Sacred Pole of the Omaha, A.A.A.S,1895 Emblematic use of the Tree in the Dakotal Group, A.A.A.S.,1896 Tribal Life among the Omaha, Century Magazine, Jan. 1896 Import of the Totem, A.A.A.S., 1897 Indian Song and Music, American Folk-Lore Journal,1898 A Pawnee Ritual used when changing a man's name, Amer.Antrhop.,1899 Yours most sincerely, [[signed]] Frances H. Mead [[/signed]]
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