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No. 0. 311-6 Omaha horn spoons. (). 352-Beaded Ogalalla vest. 0. 312—4 Cheyenne porcupine quill 0. 353— Manitoba police boots. arm bands.

O. 354–Snow shoes from

Mary 0. 313—Ogalalla scraper owned by Jamison family.

wife of Lone Wolf, observe the 0. 355—Curious bones. scalp marks.

O. 356-Bone from a turtle's back. 0. 314-A Winnebago game.

0. 357—Tally bone for a family, ob0. 315—A bunch of ring sizes.

serve the scalp marks. 0. 316—Worn by William T. Bris

0. 358—Bag in which clothes are tol when a baby (moccasins). carried. 0. 317—Shoes worn by Edith Hunt

O. 359-Lacrosse sticks, used in er's baby.

ball game. O. 318—Needle book carried by D.

O. 360-Buffalo horns.
Charles Bristol.

0. 361–Cartridge box. 0. 319—Shoes worn by D. Charles · 0. 362—Navajo pad for carrying Bristol.

water in vessels balanced. on O. 320-2 pairs of gloves made by

the head. Sally Twist.

O. 363—Japanese dagger. O. 321-Black Bear's tooth; arrow

O. 364—Sitting Bull's medicine from Homer; small steel toma

pipe. hawk made in Pennsylvania.

0. 365—Pipe used by Red Cloud. 0. 322—Watch chain worn by D. Charles Bristol.

O. 366—Pipe owned by Old-Man

Afraid-of-His-Horses. 0. 323—Moccasins made by wife of Standing Bear.

O. 367–Pipe belonging to Crazy

Horse.
O. 324-Beaded work done by Sally
Twist.

0. 368— Pipe owned by Thunder

Horse. 0. 325—3 old iron Ogalalla spears. 0. 326—Spanish bit attachment

O. 369—Pipe owned by Charging

Eagle. procured of Indians.

0. 370—Santee pipe. 0. 327—Beaded snakes for Ogalalla snake dance.

O. 371–Pipe belonging to Hole-in

the-Day, a Chippewa who was 0. 328—Button given by an officer

killed by his own people beof marines in New York har

cause he was too friendly to bor.

the whites. O. 329—Dinner horn.

0. 372– Yankton Sioux pipe. 0. 330—Cheyenne quirt.

0. 373—Winnebago pipe. 0. 331 to 341–11 pockets.

O. 374–Santee Sioux pipe. 0. 342—Winnebago loom and work.

O. 375—Pipe belonging to Yellow

Smoke, an Omaha. 0. 343—Cheyenne wampum.

0. 376—Odd pipestone work. 0. 344—Watch guard worn by D. O. 377– Powder horn. Charles Bristol.

0. 378—Pappoose beaded hood O. 345—Watch guard worn by D. from Pine Ridge. Charles Bristol.

0.379—Pappoose

beaded hood 0. 346-Pocket.

from Pine Ridge agency. 0. 347—Winnebago scalp dress. O. 380—Breech cloth owned by 0. 348—Tweezers to pull beard.

Plenty Horse. O. 349—Ornament:

0. 381_Winnebago hair dress. 0. 350—3 beaded Ogalalla balls for O. 382—Moccasins worn by Willie women.

Bristol. his mother's work. 0. 351-Spanish spurs from Crow O. 383–Pair moccasins. reservation.

10. 384_Winnebago rattle.

No.
O. 385-Oil paintings, 4 in number,

D Charles Bristol, Rain-in-the-
Face, Goll, Sitting Bull, all by
Mountain Charley or C. S. Sto-
bie. Also photographs of not-
able western characters which
will be found under the name
of D. Charles Bristol in the
photograph catalogue.
The following numbers were
added to the original catalogue
when articles were put in
cases:

No.
0. 386—Pipe.
0. 387-Pipe.
0.-388—Pipe.
O. 389—Moccasins.
*0. 390—Moccasins.
O. 391-Moccasins.
O. 392 to 397—Moccasins.
O. 398 to 401–Moccasins.
O. 402—Moccasins (odds).
0. 403–Flute.
O. 404-A pipestone cane.

SUPPLEMENT TO GENERAL CATALOGUE.

Continued from page 366. Being relics added to the museum, and numbers added to the catalogue. 687-Coin collection loaned by D. 694—A box of heirlooms, loaned in H. Noll, of Wymore, Neb.

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the name of Milton L. Trester: S. Columbian half dollar; U. S. A sword, a lantern, a broad ax, Columbian quarter dollar; U. a grain sickle, a fork, and canS. half dollar; 1809 and 1812; dle moulds. silver foreign coin; U. S. pen- 695An ox yoke made from a Nenies, 1797 and 1812; one cent. braska cottonwood tree and upper Canada bank token, 1850; used for many years in NeU. S. two cent, 1865; British braska. Presented by the late commercial token, 1814; George Franklin Ball, of Palmyra. II. English penny.

696—Homer's Iliad and Odyssey in 688—Two Icelandic books loaned the original Greek, printed in

by John Halldorson, 1311 So. 1561, loaned by J. A. Barrett, 11th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska, of Omaha. date 1745 and 1766.

697—Five original commissions, is689—Chipped flints (history

sued to various Indian chiefs known.)

over a hundred years ago, pre690—A McClellan medal or token sented by the late Robert W.

loaned by R. J. car orough, Furnas. Lincoln, Nebraska.

698—Case of Nebraska woods, col691–Stone maul found just outside lected by the late Robert W.

the stockade at Fort Laramie, Furnas. loaned by Walter S. House

699—Picture of Rev. Joseph Henworth, Lincoln, Nebraska.

son, the original of “Uncle 692—Locket containing the por

Tom,” presented by A. D. Kittraits of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.

chen, Lincoln, Neb. Richardson, pioneers of Fontene!le, Nebraska, presented by

700-Roster of the 1st Nebraska Miss Delia Campbell, through

Regiinent in the Civil War, the kindness of A. N. Yost of

loaned by Mrs. R. R. LivingOmaha.

ston, Plattsmouth, Nebraska. 693—Collection of Joel and James 701–Bank notes and wild-cat bills,

Thompson, Lincoln, Nebraska, paper tokens, and Confederate placed as a loan; three stone bills, mounted between glasses. arrow points; two curious About sixty specimens in all, rocks; two rattles; from Pey- given to the Society by various ely, Missouri,

people, names unknown.

un

by

702—Colonial newspaper. Two cop- 709-Donkey shoes from Rome, pre

ies of the Providence Gazette sented by Prof. James T. Lees, and Country Journal, July 8 Lincoln, Nebraska. and November 11, 1775, 710—-Autograph letter of Charles I. mounted between glasses. The of England, 1644, loaned by name of the donor is unknown. James Mitchell, Wilber, Ne

braska. 703—Large United States pennies.

711-Colonial newspaper, Essex This collection is from various

Journal and New Hampshire sources; most of them were

Packet of March 29, 1776, dopresented by Jay A. Barrett, and the collection is nearly

nated by Charles H. Morrill.

712—Communion plate (very old), complete. They are mounted

loaned between glass slides, so that

Prof. George R.

Chatburn, of Lincoln. both sides may be studied.

713—Safe, loaned by John B. Hor704—State Fair souvenirs collected ton, of Evanston, Illinois, used

to show the evolution of the by his father, in Calais, Maine, advertising idea at the Ne

and by Mr. Horton in Lincoin. braska State Fair.

714—Nebraska silks and wools with 705—Collection of political badges

case, presented by the late Mrs. purchased of S. A. Gardiner, Mary E. furnas. Lincoln, Nebraska.

715-A diary written in Anderson706_Collection of political and

ville prison by H. A. Shotwell, other badges, presented by H.

loaned for safe-keeping by J. C.

Pentzer. C. McMaken, Plattsmouth, Ne

716—Safe used in the old Platte braska.

Valley bank, at Nebraska City, 707—Collection of geological speci- and the old State Bank at Linmens, loaned by A. L. Funk,

coln. It is one of the first safes Lincoln, Nebraska.

brought to the territory, and 708-Picture of Gilbert Park, by J. the first in Lincoln. Presented

W. Gilbert, Friend, Nebraska. by N. C. Brock, of Lincoln.

NEWSPAPERS RECEIVED BY THE NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, JANUARY 1, 1908.

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33 Blair Democrat and Courier
34 Bladen Enterprise
35 Bloomfield Monitor
36 Bloomington Advocate
37 Weekly Sentinel
38 Brewster News
39 Bradshaw Republican
40 Bridgeport Blade
41 Custer County Beacon
42 Custer County Chief
43 Custer County Republican
44 Weekly Optic and Live Stock Grower
45 Butte Gazette.
46 Nationai Tribune
47 Cairo Record
48 Courier-Tribune
49 Carroll Index.
50 Cedar Rapids Outlook
51 Cedar Bluffs Standard.
52 Central City Republican.
53 Central City Record.
54 Central City Nonpareil
55 Doane College News-Letter
56 Chappel Register
57 Chester Herald
58 Chadron Journal.
59 Sun
60 Clay County Patriot.
61 Chehalis Bee-Nugget.
62 Carleton Leader
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Crete Democrat.
64 Crete Vidette-Herald
65 Cook Weekly Courier
66 Columbus Journal.
67 Columbus Telegram.

Blair
Blair
Bladen
Bloomfield
Bloomington
Blue Springs
Brewster
Bradshaw
Bridgeport
Broken Bow
Broken Bow
Broken Bow
East Las Vegas, N. M.
Butte.
Washington, D. C.
Cairo.
Callaway
Carroll
Cedar Rapids.
Cedar Bluffs
Central City
Central City.
Central City
Crete.
Chappel
Chester
Chadron,
Clay Center
Clay Center
Chehalis, Washington.
Carleton.
Crete
Crete.
Cook,
Columbus
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Don C. Vandeusen
Thos. T. Osterman
Karl J. Spence.
W. H. Needham
H. M. Crane.
Jas. H. Casebeer
P. C. Erickson.
John B. Dey
R. H. Willis & H. C. Mock..
Beal & Hollandsworth
Purcell Bros.
D. M. Amsbury & C. K. Bassett
M. M. Padgett.
A. R. Armstrong.
John McElroy
Elliott Harrison
C. M. Anderson.
Richard Closson
W. H. Baker
I. S. Boulier.
W. & J. Rice.
Fitch Bros
H. G. Taylor
Doane College
Babcock & Johnson
F. H. Everts.
Geo. C. Snow.
W. L. Palmer
J. G. Jessup
C. Ellington.
J. H. Bryant.
C. J. Bowlby
Goodwin & Wells.
R. B. Blythe.
R. G. & F. K. Strother.
Edgar Howard.

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