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537-Old Virginia land warrant, loaned by Mrs. C. S. Sherman. 538-Whole pottery vessel from Onawa, Iowa.
539-Skull found with above urn. 540-Cast of "The Gray Stone Face" found at Schuyler, original in Gray, Col. 541-Burned clay from Tekamah, also a rock like the one containing the Little St. John when found.
542-Flints from Alabama, by L. McKinnon.
543-A hetchel for flax, Whitcomb. 544-A powder gourd. 545-One of a case of hats lost in Missouri river in 1860 and found in 1903, W. H. Woods. 546-Saddle bags, W. H. Woods. 547-Tongs, by E. Whitcomb. 548-Large spinning wheel, E. Whitcomb of Friend. 549-A bed warmer from Wisconsin, by W. O. Fletcher. 550-Armor, by Edward Daniels. 551-Model mower, by S. E. Upton, Lincoln. 552-Ancient
loaned by W. K. Mitchell of Bancroft, Neb.
553-Ancient plow with wooden mold-board, loaned by Fred Humphrey of Lincoln.
554-Part of limestone at Nebraska-Dakota line, by Robert Harvey.
555-Brass urn from Philippine Islands. 556-Pictograph rock from Wonder site.
557-Chair in which Governor Furnas was cradled. 558-Gun which belonged to Governor Furnas's father. 559-Table and wheel made at Deaf and Dumb Institute at Omaha.
560 A flint-lock shotgun brought
to Nebraska in 1834 by Rev. Samuel Allis, presented by his son, Otis E. Allis, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 561-Sandstone planers from Hop
562-Pillar from old capitol building, presented by E. T. Hartley.
582-Three pottery vessels, by Mrs. J. E Barkley.
583-Tongs, shears, and chopping knife, presented by Gilbert L. Cole, Beatrice.
584-Rock from the chimney of old trading post on Sioux reservation. 585-Medicine sticks from Pine
Ridge. Ingles Collection, Pleasant Hill, Neb., loaned by J. W. Ingles, 1906.
586-Philippine kris. 587-Piece of royal palm, Philippines.
588-Three stone pipes from Pine Ridge.
589-Pipe-stone war clubs, knives, and a horseshoe from Pine Ridge.
590-Six effigy urns from cliff dwellers, New Mexico (ancient).
591-Two pairs Pawnee moccasins. 592-Two pairs Yoca moccasins.
633-The gavel with which the first territorial legislature was called to order.
634-Sand box, by Gardiner. 635-A pew number, Gardiner. 636-Specimen of "Novaculite," by Mills.
637-Unique animal skull, Harvey Link.
638-MS. of Grover Cleveland, presented by J. Sterling Morton. 639-Trailer, by Starr. 640-Sandwich Island priest's robe. 641-Buckskin beaded vest and secret society regalia from Furnas Collection.
642-Rocks, bones, etc, found under ten feet of loess soil near north line of Nebraska. 643-Piece of stone ax from near Hartington.
644-Two pieces of stone ax from Alaska, by Dr. Ward. 645-Lava from Mt. Shasta, L. D. Brace.
646-Belt, pistol case, and canteen, from Furnas Collection. 647-Telegraph key from San Juan hill, by E. W. Harvey. 648-Epaulet worn by Gen. Sterling Price.
649-Brick found when boring a
well near Brownville, Furnas. 650-87 articles from the Whit
comb Collection, enumerated and described in an old catalog.
651-Two flints from Hebron, by W. N. Bozarth.
652-Six flints from Cuming Co., by A. E. Long. 653-Campaign club, by A. B. Emery. 654-Chipped flints from Campbell, by H. H. Sheibal. 655-Gavel from the Furnas Collection.
656-Scalp from the Furnas Collection.
657-Masonic regalia from the Furnas Collection.
658-General Vifquain relics. 659-Ancient silver coin, by Wm.
660-Spike from the old Majors & Waddell building at Nebraska City, by C. N. Karstens.
661-A Nebraska City warrant, by
E. F. Warren.
662-Key to the old "Block House" at Nebraska City, by Mrs. Caroline Morton. 663-Canteen, by T. F. Goold of Ogalalla.
664-Coin, by Miss Maud Marti of Maywood. 665-Flint arrow heads presented to R. W. Furnas by I. M. Hacher of Lundy Co., also an Indian ration check, and a Washington letter.
666-A grain cradle presented by Mrs. Louis Giberson of Weeping Water.
667-Piece of timber from the "John Brown cave" near Nebraska City.
668-A flail, by A. L. Hopkins; a coin by A. L. Hopkins.
669-Two scalps from Hemple Collection, property of H. C. McMacken of Plattsmouth. 670-Flints from a mound house near Genoa. 671-Flint knife, by C. R. Wright,
672-Shell beads and arrows, presented by O. H. Olson, Orleans. 673-Flints from Orleans, E. M. Ol
674-Columbian half-dollar by Jas.
12th century English coín by Mrs. James McGeachin of Orleans. 675-Two large ceremonial flints from near Hardy. 676-E. H. Whittemore collection: 14 chipped flints and a pipe from Adams. 677--Revolver, presented by Lucas B. Dundas, Auburn. 678-Relics from Ft. Calhoun by John T. Bell, Oakland, Cal. 679-Vifquain's address to 97th Ill.
Reg., by T. M. Pentzer. 680-The Johnson Bros. collection
of Indian relics from Pine Ridge agency, loaned by Johnson Bros. of York: Sixteen beaded war clubs; 103 plain war clubs; 92 pairs of moccasins; 97 beaded pockets; 27 knife cases; 37 pick cases; 25 beaded animal dolls; 4 tobacco pouches; hair bridle; 4 dolls; 3 quirts; 4 head bands; 5 head
dresses; 9 large pockets; pair small leggins; powder horn; beaded spoon; horn spoon; pair mittens; belt and knife case; small Navajo blanket; Navajo loom; bow holder and quiver; 20 blunt arrows; 34 sharp steel pointed arrows; 14 bows; rump dress; 2 head dresses; shirt; small tipi; 2 medicine bows; 2 pack saddles; 2 medicine clubs. 681-Pipes from one of the Hopkins disks.
682-Silver cross found near Orleans by N. C. Sasse; also a complete skeleton.
683-An ox shoe.
684-Wood by Charles Greene of Marquette.
685-Flints by Charles White of Phillips.
686-A melodeon, loaned by Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Sutton of Bethany, Neb.
BLACKMAN COLLECTION. Collection loaned by E. E. Blackman, Lincoln, Neb.
B. 1-White flint spear head from Scott Co., Iowa.
B. 2-Spear head.
B. 3-Arrow head.
B. 5-A small drill given by Prof. Nickerson, found near Fullerton.
B. 6-A collection of small arrow points given by Miss Reynolds. B. 7-A "whirler" found near Ponca and given by W. C. Eckhart. B. 8-Tomahawk found
Sprague, loaned by J. H. Koh-
B. 9-A celt, loaned by Kohler.
bust found near
B.24-Kettle from Horse Creek site.
B.33-A toy from Horse Creek site. B.36-Indian paint given by Warren Hodgkins.
C. 50-Sac-Fox silver head band.
C. 57-Pawnee beaded belt.
C. 58-Pawnee beaded sash.
C. 60-Pawnee tobacco pouch.
C. 62-Picture frame.
C. 63-Wampum worth $80.
C. 66-Earrings worn by Pit-a-Le-
C. 67-Moccasins worn by Pit-a-Le-
C. 69-Beads as sold to Indians.
C. 70-Beaded ball.
C. 71-Indian pictograph dream.
C. 72-Indian dress.
C. 73-A medicine bag.
C. 74-Pawnee shirt.
C. 75-Pappoose coat.
C. 76-Beaded medicine bag.
C. 77-Pawnee shirt.
C. 78-Head dress.
C. 79-Pawnee moccasins.
C. 80-Moccasins from Rosebud.
C. 81-Pawnee cloth.
C. 82-Pawnee beaded belt.
C. 83-Pawnee pants.
C. 84-Pawnee pants.
C. 85-Pawnee moccasins.
C. 87-Decoration for the horse
C. 88-Pawnee medicine bag.
C. 89-Pawnee shirt.
C. 90-Head dress.
C. 92-Government belt given to
C. 95-Pawnee war-club.
C. 96-Rosebud spear.
C. 97-Eagle Chief's bow. C. 98-Rosebud bow.
C. 99-Pawnee game. C.100-Sisseton war-club. C.101-Pawnee war-club.
1 pair Japanese chopsticks.
2 silk cocoons (Japan).
Tree coral specimens.
1 coin collection, to-wit: peso, 50 sen, half peso, Mexican 20c, Mexican 10c, quarter yang, U. S. half dime, Spanish 10c, 2 candareen, 1 mace, 44 candareens, 5 sen, 20 sen, 5 sen (4 specimens), 3 cents (U. S.), Rus sian copper coin, French 20 cents, English sixpence, 2 sen (copper), Spanish 2 centavo (4 samples), Spanish 1 centavo (11 samples), Japanese coppers 8. Chinese coppers 7, 12 sen, U. S. 2 cents (2).
In an old catalogue found in the museum is the following record of the collection belonging to Edward Whitcomb, of Friend. The names only are given, the description of each article will be found in the catalogue.
5 pieces of fence rail with musket balls imbedded, parts of bayonets, skein of thread, acorns, screw, cap box, photograph, gavel, section of tree, band from a musket, Confederate amputation saw, old U. S. bugle, canteen, 24 pound unexploded shelf, piece of percussion shell, 4 pieces of shell, pine knot, 12 pieces of shell, 10 pound unexploded Rodman shell, 6 pieces of shell, minnie ball, 6 pound solid shot, Bible, bookSpringtime of Life, piece of brick, 3 friction primers, army buttons, 15 pieces of Confederate money, lieutenant's shoulder straps, minnie ball, piece of trace chain, iron musket guard, mourning badge.