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214 First Street, S.E. Washington,D.C. June 19.1916. Dr. George H.Pepper, Museum of the American Indian. Dear Dr.Pepper: I have just received your letter dated June 17,1916,asking for the name of the feather head-dress or "war-bonnet" of the Sioux Indians. The name for the feather head-dress in the Santee language is, wa-pó-ble-cha; in the Teton, wa-pá-ha or o-blé-cha; in the Osage, mo^n´-sho^n-o-gtho^n-ge; in the Omaha, mo^n´-sho^n-pa-u-gtho^n. A few days ago I received from Dr.Gordon a photograph of the discoidal pipes in the Osage and Kaw collections and I thank you for the part you have taken in securing the picture. Very truly yours, Francis LaFlesche [[upper left margin]] wrote Dr Vicatelli Funk & Wagnalls 354 Fourth Ave, N.Y. NY. June 20 1916 Wrote LaFlesche June 20 1916 [[/upper left margin]]
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