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7. [[underlined]] Newfoundland [[/underlined]]. Through the generosity of Mrs. Thea Heye an expedition was conducted amongst the Micmac of Conne River under the able leadership of Frederick Johnson. [[underlined]] Venezuela [[/underlined]]. Dr. H. S. Dickey made another trip to the Upper Orinoco and obtained specimens from the Guaharibo Indians. COLLECTIONS PRESENTED A small but very valuable collection of ethnology, collected by the late Colonel John T. Pickett, about 1850, from the Comanche Indians of Oklahoma was presented through the generosity of Mr. Philip Sawyer. An interesting collection of a large lot of typical chipped stone points of different type from St. Clair county, Alabama was presented by our trustee, Mr. Blair S. Williams; as well as some specimens from Santo Domingo, West Indies; and Davidson county, North Carolina. Mr. M. F. Savage has donated a large collection of various archaeological specimens from different localities in the United States as well as from Mexico and Guatemala. Mrs. Thea Heye has continued her generous donations to the Museum and has presented many specimens of ethnology, particularly from the southwest and the Pacific coast. Mrs. Edward S. Harkness has given the Institution a collection of silver objects from the Navaho tribe of New Mexico, besides a beadwork necklace from the Ute. Mr. Jose A. Cayose has presented a small but very valuable collection of copper, gold and silver objects, also some carved wooden paddles from Peru.
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