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^[[VI B]] [[preprinted form, underlined text is information added to the blank form]] BUREAU OF AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS No. [[underlined]]2883[[/underlined]] Stock [[underlined]]Iroquoian[[/underlined]] Language [[underlined]] Seneca [[underlined]] Dialect________________ Description: (words, vocabulary, dictionary, grammar, [[hand underlined]] text, [[/hand notation]] legends, notes) Collector [[underlined]] J.N.B. Hewitt from Joshua Buck [[/underlined]] Place____________ Date [[underlined]] 1896 [[/underlined]] Remarks [[underlined]] Pigeon Song. 14 pp 8 x 10". Text and trans. ^[[Publ. in Ann. Rep. BAE 32, p 663]] [[/underlined]] Government Printing Office
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