Charles Furlong papers, 1898-1966 Rauner Stefansson Manuscript Mss-197

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Series: 3, Writings, 1854-1975

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Box: 3, 1907-1975

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Works by C. W. Furlong

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  • Folder: 34, Works by C. W. Furlong: "The Alaculufs and Yahgans, the World's Southernmost Inhabitants," two typescripts with corrections. Includes typescript of an abstract with corrections, undated
  • Folder: 35, Works by C. W. Furlong: "The Alaculufs and Yahgans, the World's Southernmost Inhabitants," extract from the "Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Congress of Americanists", "Washington", "December", "1915". Includes 1917 abstract, 1915-1917
  • Folder: 36, Works by C. W. Furlong: "Amid the Islands of the Land of Fire," from "Harper's Monthly Magazine", 1909-02
  • Folder: 37, Works by C. W. Furlong: "Among the Eskimos of the South," from the "Boston Evening Transcript", 1916-01
  • Folder: 38, Works by C. W. Furlong: Annotation to Thomas Bridges' "Yamana-English". Typescript, undated
  • Folder: 39, Works by C. W. Furlong: "Brief Notes on the Furlong Collections," in "American Anthropologist", 1965-04
  • Folder: 40, Works by C. W. Furlong: "A Cape Horn Adventure," carbon copy of a typescript, undated
  • Folder: 41, Works by C. W. Furlong: "Colonel C. W. Furlong Decries Spoilage of Countryside," from "South Shore Mirror", 1955-07
  • Folder: 42, Works by C. W. Furlong: "Cruising with the Yahgans," from "The Outing Magazine", 1911-04
  • Folder: 43, Works by C. W. Furlong: Descriptions of ports of call, articles in "Cunard White Star Cruise News". Bulletins on board M.V. "Britannic", January 28 - March 11, 1950, during a cruise to the Mediterranean. Furlong is listed as lecturer in the first bulletin, 1950
  • Folder: 44, Works by C. W. Furlong: "'Devil's Island' Horrors First Revealed by New Englander," letter to the editor, from "The Boston Herald", January 28, 1934. Includes typescript, January 22, 1934, 1934
  • Folder: 45, Works by C. W. Furlong: Drawings. Miscellaneous sketches, including printed drawing used as an illustration for "The Greek Sponge-Divers of Tripoli.", undated
  • Folder: 46, Works by C. W. Furlong: ""Dresden" May Give the British and Japanese Fleets Much Trouble Yet," from "The Boston Herald", December 15, 1914, 1914
  • Folder: 47, Works by C. W. Furlong: "Ends of the Earth Brought into the News by German Naval Defeat," ("New York Herald", December 13, 1914). Typescript and carbon copy with notes and corrections, 1914
  • Folder: 48, Works by C. W. Furlong: "The Eskimos of the South," in "Radiation", September, 1911. Includes incomplete carbon copy of the typescript, 1911
  • Folder: 49, Works by C. W. Furlong: "Exploration in Tierra del Fuego and the Fuegian Archipelago," three typescripts, one incomplete and one with corrections and revisions, undated
  • Folder: 50, Works by C. W. Furlong: "Exploration in Tierra del Fuego and the Fuegian Archipelago," reprinted from "The Geographical Journal", March, 1933. Inscribed by Furlong to Vilhjalmur Stefansson, June 20, 1938, 1933-1938
  • Folder: 51, Works by C. W. Furlong: "Finding the Frigate Philadelphia," six-page fragment from "Harper's Magazine", 1905-06
  • Folder: 52, Works by C. W. Furlong: "Forgotten People of the World's End," in "World Youth", 1938-10
  • Folder: 53, Works by C. W. Furlong: "The French Conquest of Morocco," twelve-page fragment from "The World's Work", 1911-10
  • Folder: 54, Works by C. W. Furlong: "From Robinson Crusoe to the "Dresden"," mutilated clipping from the "Boston Evening Transcript", 1915
  • Folder: 55, Works by C. W. Furlong: "Fuegian Linguistics," typescript, ca. 1967. Includes letter of rejection from "Language", 1967-02
  • Folder: 56, Works by C. W. Furlong: "The Furlong Fuegian and Patagonian Expeditions, 1907-8," in "Explorers Journal", December, 1958. Inscribed by Furlong to Vilhjalmur Stefansson, September 6, 1959. Includes carbon copy of typescript with corrections and additions, 1958-1959
  • Folder: 57, Works by C. W. Furlong: "The Gateway to the Sahara". Reviews from "New York Daily Tribune", October 24, 1909, and the "Bulletin of the American Geographical Society", September, 1915; and publisher's (Charles Scribner's Sons) advertisements, 1909-10
  • Folder: 58, Works by C. W. Furlong: "The Greek Sponge-Divers of Tripoli," from "Harper's Monthly Magazine", 1905-07
  • Folder: 59, Works by C. W. Furlong: "Has Mystery of 'John Orth' Been Solved?" from "The Sunday Herald", Boston, 1924-04
  • Folder: 60, Works by C. W. Furlong: "The Haush and Onas, Primitive Tribes of Tierra del Fuego," from "Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Congress of Americanists", "Washington", "December", "1915"., 1917. Inscribed by Furlong to Vilhjalmur Stefansson, March 31, 1942, 1915-1942

Box: 4, 1887-1966

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Works of C. W. Furlong and Others

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  • Folder: 1, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Impresiones de Viaje, A Traves de los Llanos," in "El Tiempo "(Caracas), June 25, 1910, Text in Spanish, 1910-06
  • Folder: 2, Works by C.W. Furlong: Interviews: "Across Tierra del Fuego," with H. Harvey-Day, with a cover letter, 1932; and "The Natives of Tierra del Fuego and the Bridges Family," with Vilhjalmur Stefansson, 1959, holograph and typed copies taken from original tape by W. E. Curtis, Jr., 1965, 1932-1965
  • Folder: 3, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Into the Unknown Land of the Onas," from "Harper's Monthly Magazine", 1909-08
  • Folder: 4, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Land of Southernmost Man," carbon copy of a typescript, with corrections, undated
  • Folder: 5, Works by C.W. Furlong: Lectures. Press releases, notices, etc., 1915-1966
  • Folder: 6, Works by C.W. Furlong: Lectures. Notes, undated
  • Folder: 7, Works by C.W. Furlong: Let 'Er Buck, A Story of the Passing of the Old West. New York and London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, (1921), Fourth Edition, 1927, 1921-1927
  • Folder: 8, Works by C.W. Furlong: Let 'Er Buck, Review from New York Times Book Review and Magazine, 1921-06
  • Folder: 9, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Life History of the Toad," by S. H. Gage. Illustrated with drawings by Furlong. "Teacher's Leaflets", "No". _9, Cornell University, 1898-04
  • Folder: 10, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Living Men of 2,000,000 Years Ago," from the "Boston Evening Transcript", 1916-01
  • Folder: 11, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Lucas Bridges," obituary in "The Geographical Journal", December, 1949. Includes carbon copy of a typescript, 1949-12
  • Folder: 12, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Lure of the Antarctic," from "Harper's Weekly", 1910
  • Folder: 13, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Lure of the Unknown Calls Men to the Poles," from the "Boston Sunday Advertiser", 1925-05
  • Folder: 14, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Men behind the French Guns" and "Turcos and the Legion," from "The World's Work", 1914-11
  • Folder: 15, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Most Daring Act," from Blue Book, 1941-03
  • Folder: 16, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Mystery Archipelago," from "The Daily Express", London, 1932-1933
  • Folder: 17, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Nations' Struggle at the World's End," sheet proof of an article which was syndicated and published in a number of American newspapers, 1938
  • Folder: 18, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Nations' Struggle at the World's End," typescript with minor corrections, titled "Territorial Dispute over the World's End.", undated
  • Folder: 19, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Nations' Struggle at the World's End," titled "Nations' New Squabble over the 'End of the Earth,'" from the "Boston Herald", June 19, 1938, and titled "Obscure Islands at World's End Scene of Struggle of Nations," from unidentified newspaper, 1938
  • Folder: 20, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Notes on the Furlong Collections," in "Explorers Journal", June, 1966. Reprinted from "American Anthropologist" with pictures added, 1966
  • Folder: 21, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Obtaining Dermatoglyphs of Stone Age Men," in "American Anthropologist", April, 1966. Includes carbon copy of typescript, 1966-04
  • Folder: 22, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Ona Weapon Making Article," typescript with holograph revisions, three pages of holograph text, and one page of sketches, undated
  • Folder: 23, Works by C.W. Furlong: "One Way of Drawing Trees in Their Winter Aspects," in "Teacher's Leaflets", "No. 12", Cornell University, January, 1899. With holograph revisions, 1899
  • Folder: 24, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Paul Revere Honored as Cannon Designer," from "The Boston Daily Globe", 1959-10
  • Folder: 25, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The People of Tierra del Fuego," from "Travel", 1916-09
  • Folder: 26, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Plants from Southern Patagonia Collected by Charles Wellington Furlong," typescript with minor corrections. An article with this title appeared in "Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club", 1916-06
  • Folder: 27, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Red Rover of Fireland," from "Outing", 1915-01
  • Folder: 28, Works by C.W. Furlong: Review of Bruno Nordang's "Patagonian Year", carbon copy of typescript, undated
  • Folder: 29, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Search for a Pass," in "Explorers Journal", This issue also contains an obituary of Furlong, 1967-12
  • Folder: 30, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Ship of the Desert". Publisher's advertisements for reproductions of this painting, undated
  • Folder: 31, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Some Effects of Environment on the Fuegian Tribes," carbon copy of a typescript, undated
  • Folder: 32, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Some Effects of Environment on the Fuegian Tribes," reprinted from "The Geographical Review", January, 1917. Inscribed by Furlong to Vilhjalmur Stefansson, March 28, 1942, 1917-1942
  • Folder: 33, Works by C.W. Furlong: "South America's First Transcontinental," from "The World's Work", 1910-10
  • Folder: 34, Works by C.W. Furlong: "South of South America," ("From writings of Col. Charles Wellington Furlong with personal photographs."), in "Junior Natural History", 1960-02
  • Folder: 35, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Southernmost Inhabitants of the World," carbon copy of a typescript, with alternative openings, undated
  • Folder: 36, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Southernmost People of the World," from "Harper's Monthly Magazine", 1909-06
  • Folder: 37, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Stone Age Men and Their Music", an unpublished manuscript by Furlong and John H. Chipman, Furlong wrote "Part I, The Furlong Expedition to Fuegia and Its Amerinds," and Chipman wrote "Part II, The Music of Stone Age Men." "Part II" here lacks the transcriptions of ten songs done by Chipman except two that were cut from the manuscript. Includes a fragment of an earlier draft by Furlong, a synopsis, "Songs of the Ona and Yahgan Amerinds," which may be an earlier version of Chipman's contribution, and a photocopy of an introduction by David P. McAllester. (See also: correspondence with publishers under "Music"), 1963
  • Folder: 38, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Stone Age Men of the Land of Fire," carbon copy of a typescript, undated
  • Folder: 39, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Through the Cold Land of Fire," carbon copy of a typescript, undated
  • Folder: 40, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Through the Heart of the Surinam Jungle," from "Harper's Magazine", 1914-02
  • Folder: 41, Works by C.W. Furlong: "To the Cold Land of Fire," from "Harper's Monthly Magazine", November, 1908
  • Folder: 42, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Toll of the Straits," "Excerpts from chapter two" of "Patagonia" (?). Actually excerpts from an article, "Toll of the Straits," in "The Outing Magazine", Typescript, 1911-10
  • Folder: 43, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Treasure Hunt" ("Hunting Treasure in Bolivia" or "Buried Treasure"), typescripts and typed notes, with corrections, for a book or long article, Includes "Editor's Note" by Furlong which does not seem to fit this material. (See also: Bolivia: Sacambaya Exploration Company.), 1928
  • Folder: 44, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Tribal Distribution and Settlements of the Fuegians," reprinted from "The Geographical Review", 1917-03
  • Folder: 45, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Tripoli in Barbary," in "The Journal of Race Development", 1911-07
  • Folder: 46, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Turcos and the Legion," from "The World's Work", 1914-11
  • Folder: 47, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Vanishing People of the Land of Fire," from "Harper's Monthly Magazine", 1910-01
  • Folder: 48, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Vilhjalmur Stefansson: In Memorium," in "Explorers Journal", 1962-10
  • Folder: 49, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Was John Orth the King of Fireland?" Typescript with minor corrections, undated
  • Folder: 50, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Were There Pre-Yahgan Inhabitants in the Fuegian Archipelago?" Typescript, Includes letter of rejection from "Man", 1965-11
  • Folder: 51, Works by C.W. Furlong: "When Carmen Silva Hunted Gold," from an unidentified newspaper, probably Boston, 1916
  • Folder: 52, Works by C.W. Furlong: "Where the German Cruisers Went Down," from the "Boston Evening Transcript", 1914-12
  • Folder: 53, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Wild Inhabitants of the Land of Fire," in "Radiation", 1913-05
  • Folder: 54, Works by C.W. Furlong: "The Wild Life of the Southern Seas," from "The Youth's Companion", 1925-09
  • Folder: 55, Works by C.W. Furlong: "With Columbus in the African Isles," reprinted from Harper's Magazine, 1917-11
  • Folder: 56, Works by others: "American Indians," from "Colliers Encyclopedia", Three of Furlong's photographs are among the illustrations, 1964
  • Folder: 57, Works by others: Andrews, Roy Chapman. "Beyond Adventure", with text underlined and annotated by Furlong, 1954
  • Folder: 58, Works by others: Baker, E. L. "Tierra del Fuego" In "Reports from the Consuls" of the "United States", No. 83, Twenty-eight page history and description of Tierra del Fuego, citing Thomas Bridges, Julio Popper, and others, 1887-09
  • Folder: 59, Works by others: Barclay, William S. "The Land of Magellanes, with Some Account of the Ona and Other Indians," reprinted from "The Geographical Journal", 1904-01
  • Folder: 60, Works by others: Barclay, William S. "Life in Tierra del Fuego," from "The Nineteenth "Century, With marginal notes by Furlong, 1904-01
  • Folder: 61, Works by others: Barclay, William S. "The Odyssey of a Dictionary," typescript, corrected and signed by Barclay, (See also: Correspondence of Barclay and "Cook-Peary Controversy."), 1946
  • Folder: 62, Works by others: Benignus, Siegfried. "Feuerlander," in "Sud"- "und Mittel-Amerika", Heft 4-5. Text in German, 1910
  • Folder: 63, Works by others: Bird, Junius. "Antiquity and Migrations of the Early Inhabitants of Patagonia," reprinted from "The Geographical Review", Inscribed to Furlong by Bird, 1938-04
  • Folder: 64, Works by others: Bowman, Isaiah. "South America", A "Geography Reader", inscribed to Furlong by Bowman, 1915
  • Folder: 65, Works by others: Histories of the "Braun-Menendez" families in "Argentina Austral", June, 1943, and November, 1961, Text in Spanish. These families were important in the development of Patagonia and northern Tierra del Fuego and became friends of Furlong, 1943-1961

Box: 5, 1885-1966

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Works by Others

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  • Folder: 1, Works by others: Bridges, E. Lucas. "The Uttermost Part of the Earth", proof copy with text underlined and annotated by Furlong, 1948
  • Folder: 2, Works by others: Bridges, Thomas, "Notes on the Structure of Yahgan," in "The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland", 1893-08
  • Folder: 3, Works by others: British and Foreign Bible Societies, "The Gospel of S. Luke", "Translated into the Yahgan Language", 1881, Inscribed to Furlong by John Lawrence of Punta Remolino, Tierra del Fuego, 1907, 1907
  • Folder: 4, Works by others: British Museum. "Guide to the Specimens Illustrating the Races of Mankind", Contains pictures of a Fuegian man, 1908
  • Folder: 5, Works by others: Campus Folksong Club, University of Illinois, "Glenn Ohrlin": "The Hell-Bound Train", Cites Furlong's "Let" '"Er Buck", 1964
  • Folder: 6, Works by others: Chamberlain, Alexander F. "The Present State of Our Knowledge Concerning the Three Linguistic Stocks of the Region of Tierra del Fuego," reprinted from "American Anthropologist", January-March, 1911; and three other articles on South American linguistic stocks, 1907-1912
  • Folder: 7, Works by others: Chamberlain, Alexander F. Reviews of Robert Lehmann-Nitsche's "Catalogo de la Seccion Anthropologica" de "Museo de La Plata" and Felix F, Outes' "Guia Summaria para la Visita de" la "Sala"'"XIX", from "Current Anthropological Literature", 1912
  • Folder: 8, Works by others: Cooper, John M. "Analytical and Critical Bibliography of the Tribes of Tierra del Fuego and Adjacent Territory", 1917. Furlong is praised in the preface and many of his works are listed. Inscribed to Furlong by Cooper. Includes obituary of Cooper and bibliography of anthropological works 1949, 1917-1949
  • Folder: 9, Works by others: Cooper, John M. "Fuegian and Chonoan Tribal Relations," extract from "Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Congress of Americanists", "Washington", "December", "1915", 1917, Inscribed to Furlong by Cooper. Includes abstract, 1915-1917
  • Folder: 10, Works by others: Coriat, Isador H, "Psychoneuroses among Primitive Tribes," reprinted from "The Journal of Abnormal Psychology", August-September, 1915. This article is based on Furlong's data and observations on the Onas and Yahgans of Tierra del Fuego, 1915
  • Folder: 11, Works by others: "Darwin's World of Nature": "Part VI", "Tierra del Fuego and the Andes Mountains". "Lecture Notes" for the "Life" Filmstrip, 1960. Includes a typed note by Furlong about the corresponding "Life" article, 1960
  • Folder: 12, Works by others: DeWilde, John C. "South American Conflicts: The Chaco and Leticia," in "Foreign Policy" Reports, Marginal notes by Furlong and laid-in list of references, 1933-05
  • Folder: 13, Works by others: Diuguld, Lewis H. "South," 1966, newsletter about southern Chile sponsored by the Alicia Patterson Fund and The "Washington Post". Contains map of southern Chile including Tierra del Fuego, 1966
  • Folder: 14, Works by others: Ellicott, John M. "The Inside Channels of Patagonia," from The "Youfch's Companion", 1910-09
  • Folder: 15, Works by others: Euller, John. "The Great North Pole Lie," in "Bluebook", 1953-09
  • Folder: 16, Works by others: Farabee, William Curtis. "The South American Indian in his Relation to Geographic Environment," reprinted from "Proceedings of" the "American Philosophical Society", 1917. Inscribed: "With the author's best compliments, and acknowledging his indebtedness,", 1917
  • Folder: 17, Works by others: "A Former Mission Station in Tierra del Fuego" and "The Tribes of Tierra del Fuego," from the "Times", London, 1912
  • Folder: 18, Works by others: France, Ministere des Colonies, Bureau des Services Penitentiares. "Lois", "Decrets et Reglements Relatifs" a la "Transportation", a_ "la"" Deportation et" a "la Relegation", Text in French. Manual of regulations concerning prison in French Guiana, 1907
  • Folder: 19, Works by others: Freeman, Andrew A. "The Case for Doctor Cook", Text underlined and annotated by Furlong, 1961
  • Folder: 20, Works by others: Gusinde, Martin. Four articles about Fuegians: "Die Eigentumsver-haltnisse bei den Selk'nam auf Feverland," "Kraniometrische Untersuchungen an Feuerland-Schadeln," "Unveroffentlichte Dokumente uber die Feuerlander," and "Zur Ethik der Feuerlander." Offprints, 1926-1933, with text in German. One is inscribed to Furlong by Gusinde, 1926-1933
  • Folder: 21, Works by others: Gusinde, Martin, et al. Four articles from "Anthropos", about Fuegians. Text in German, 1921-1927
  • Folder: 22, Works by others: Hatcher, J. B. "The Indian Tribes of Southern Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego, and the Adjoining Islands," in "The National Geographic Magazine", With marginal notes by Furlong, 1901-01
  • Folder: 23, Works by others: Hester, James J. "Late Pleistocene Environments and Early Man in South America," from "The American Naturalis", 1966
  • Folder: 24, Works by others: Hobbs, William H. "Footnote to University History, The First and SecondAdvents of Dr. Cook," reprinted from "The Michigan Alumnus QuarterlyReview", Includes "Corrective Note" by Hobbs, copies of correspondence about articles mentioning Peary, and a note by Furlong, 1935
  • Folder: 25, Works by others: Hobbs, William H. "The Glacial Anticyclones", 1926. Inscribed: "To my Friend Colonel Furlong, who exposed the faker Cook on the matter of the Anglo-Yahgan Dictionary. Wm. H. Hobbs, Ann Arbor, May 11, 1936, 1926-1936
  • Folder: 26, Works by others: Hobbs, William H. "Visibility and the Discovery of Polar Lands," from "Geografiska Annaler", 1933. Inscribed to Furlong by Hobb, 1933
  • Folder: 27, Works by others: Hornbostel, E. M. von. "African Negro Music," reprinted from "Africa", Volume I, Number 1. Inscribed to Furlong by the author, undated
  • Folder: 28, Works by others: Hornbostel, E. M. von. "Fuegia Songs," reprinted from "American Anthropologist", July-September, 1936. Includes a photocopy of the same article covered by a photocopy of a page of "Ethnos", July, 1948, giving contents of "The Music of the Fuegians" by von Hornbostel, 1936-1948
  • Folder: 29, Works by others: Hornbostel, E. M. von. "Melodie und Skala," reprinted from "Jahrbuch der Musikbibliothek Peters", 1913. Text in German. Inscribed: "With author's compliments." Article from "Sud"- "und Mittel-Amerika", July 12, 1913, mentioning von Hornbostel and Furlong laid in, 1913
  • Folder: 30, Works by others: Hrdlicka, Ales. "Directions for Collecting Information and Specimens for Physical Anthropology", 1904
  • Folder: 31, Works by others: Hubbard, Thomas H., et al. "To Students of Arctic Exploration: The Geographic Position of Camp Jesup, and the Reduction of the Observations of R. E. Peary, in the Vicinity of the North Pole," reprinted from "Acts of the 10th International Congress of Geography", "Rome", "1913". Signed by Marie Ahnighito Peary Staffor, 1913
  • Folder: 32, Works by others: Hutchinson, Thomas J. "The Tehuelche Indians of Patagonia," from "Transactions of the Ethnological Society of London", 1869. Text underlined and annotated by Furlong, 1869
  • Folder: 33, Works by others: Ihering, Hermann von. "The Anthropology of the State of" S. "Paulo", "Brazil", 1906. Contains index, maps, vocabularies, and bibliography, 1906
  • Folder: 34, Works by others: Ihering, Hermann von. "As Cabecas Mumificadas pelos Indios Mundurucus," reprinted from the "Revista do Museu Paulista", 1908. Text in Portuguese, 1908
  • Folder: 35, Works by others: Jenkins, Jean. "Musical Instruments", 1958. Inscribed by Jenkins, 1958
  • Folder: 36, Works by others: Jenman, G. S. "To Kaieteur", "Being an Original and Hitherto Unpublished Diary of" a. "Journey to the Interior of British" Guiana, 1907
  • Folder: 37, Works by others: Kent, Rockwell. "Voyaging Southward from the Strait of Magellan", Text underlined and annotated by Furlong, 1924
  • Folder: 38, Works by others: Lehmann-Nitsche, Robert, et al. "El Mamifero Misterioso de la Patagonia, 'Grypotherium Domesticum,'" 1899, reprinted from "Revista del Museo de La Plata." Text in Spanish, 1899
  • Folder: 39, Works by others: Lehmann-Nitsche, Robert. "Nuevos Objectos de Industria Humana Encon-tradas en la Caverna Eberhardt en Ultima Esperanza," 1902, reprinted from "Revista del Museo" de La "Plata". Text in Spanish, 1902
  • Folder: 40, Works by others: Lehmann-Nitsche, Robert. "Patagonia Gesange und Musikbogen," from "Anthropos", Text in German, 1908
  • Folder: 41, Works by others: Lehmann-Nitsche, Robert. "La Pretendida Existencia Actual del Grypotherium," reprinted from "Revista del Museo de La Plata". Text in Spanish, 1902
  • Folder: 42, Works by others: Lomax, Alan. "Folk Song Style," reprinted from "American Anthropologist", 1959-12
  • Folder: 43, Works by others: Loqui, Esteban de. "Memoria de la Governacion de la Tierra del Fuego Correspondiente" al "Ano". Text in Spanish, 1904-1905
  • Folder: 44, Works by others: Lowie, Robert H. "The Material Culture of the Crow Indians", 1922, and "Notes on Shoshonean Ethnography", 1924. Both inscribed to Furlong by Lowie, 1922-1924
  • Folder: 45, Works by others: Marshall, Herman W. "Front Parts of Feet and Shoes — Aboriginal Feet," from "Boot and Shoe Recorder", Contains photograph and footprint by Furlong, 1922-08
  • Folder: 46, Works by others: Martian, Louis-Ferdinand. "Mission Scientifique du Cap Horn", "1882"-"1833", 1888. Photocopies of title page, "Avant-Propos," and maps from Volume I. Text in French, 1882-1888
  • Folder: 47, Works by others: Mason, Lynn D. "The Ona Klokton and Yahgan Kina Rites: Problems in Research and Interpretation," carbon copy of a typescript, 1964, with holograph notes and corrections by Furlong. Includes cover note, 1964
  • Folder: 48, Works by others: Mavalwala, Jamshed. "A Note on Dermatoglyphics of the Ona and Yahgan of Tierra del Fuego, from "Man", January-February, 1964. Based on data collected by Furlong and contains a photograph by Furlong, 1964
  • Folder: 49, Works by others: Moeller, R. H. "The Case of the Wandering Dictionary," from "The Standard", Buenos Aires, November 10, 1945. Includes a typed excerpt from A. S. Tschiffely's "This Way Southward", 1940, about Cook and the dictionary, 1940-1945
  • Folder: 50, Works by others: Morse, Edward S. "Ancient and Modern Methods of Arrow-Release," reprinted from "Essex Institute Bulletin", October-December, 1885; and "Additional" N"otes on Arrow Release", 1922, The latter cites Frederick A. Cook on Ona arrow release. Includes a duplicate of Furlong's photograph of Ona arrow release, 1885-1922
  • Folder: 51, Works by others: Newman, Marshall T, "Populational Analysis of Finger and Palm Prints in Highland and Lowland Maya Indians," reprinted from "The American Journal of Physical Anthropology", March, 1960, Inscribed to Furlong by Newman, 1960
  • Folder: 52, Works by others: "Notes on Recent Wreck Inquiries?" in The "Merchant Marine Service Association Reporter", December, 1907. Contains reports on two shipwrecks on the coast of Tierra del Fuego during 1907, 1907
  • Folder: 53, Works by others: Outes, Felix F., and Bruch, Carlos, "Texto"" Explicativo" de l"os Cuadros Murales" "Las "Viajes Razas Argentinas"," 1910, This booklet explains six charts depicting Indians and artifacts of six regions of Argentina, Text in Spanish. Inscribed to Furlong. See: Box XLV, Oversize Material, for the charts, 1910
  • Folder: 54, Works by others: Penard, A.P. and T.E. "Surinam Folk-Tales" and "Popular Notions Pertaining to Primitive Artifacts in Surinam," reprinted from "The Journal of American Folk-Lore," April-June, 1917. Inscribed to Furlong by T.E. Penard., 1917
  • Folder: 55, Works by others: Pequena Guia de los Estados Unidos de Norte America, 1924. Guide book issued to the crew of Agrentina's "Rivadavia" for use while the ship was in Quincy, Massachusetts for repairs. She had been built in Quincy in 1910-1913. Text in Spanish., 1910-1913
  • Folder: 56, Works by others: Popper, Julio. "Terre de Feu", 1887, and "Tierra del Fuego", 1890.Text in French in the first, Spanish in the latter; they are not thesame work. (See Furlong's article "The Red Rover of Fireland" in thiscollection for information about Popper and these works.) Includes ahandbook of rules with pages for accounts and notes for use of gold-washers, issued by Popper in 1889. Text in Spanish, 1889-1890

Box: 6, 1862-1947

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted.

Works by Others

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Works by others: Ried, Aq. "Account of Human Remains from Patagonia in the Smithsonian Institution," from "Report of the Smithsonian Institution", 1862
  • Folder: 2, Works by others: Roth, Santiago. "Catalogo de los Mamifores Fosiles Conservados en" el "Museo de La Plata", "Grupo Ungulata", "Orden Toxodentia", 1896; and "Rectificaciones sobre la Denticion del Toxodon," reprinted from "Revista del Museo de La Plata", 1895. Text in Spanish. The former contains a note by Furlong; the latter has a resume in German, 1895
  • Folder: 3, Works by others: "A Sailor Giving a Patagonian Woman Some Biscuit for her Child," from "The Gentleman's Magazine", May, 1767. Patagonians are depicted as giants in this engraving, undated
  • Folder: 4, Works by others: Skottsberg, Carl. "Observations on the Natives of the Patagonian Channel Region," reprinted from "American Anthropologist", October-December, 1913. Signed by Skottsberg and with a few marginal notes by Furlong, 1913
  • Folder: 5, Works by others: Skottsberg, Carl. "The Swedish Magellanic Expedition, 1907-1909" five preliminary reports (one clipping and four reprints) from "The Geographical Journal" 1908-1909, 1907-1909
  • Folder: 6, Works by others: Slocum, Joshua, "Sailing Alone around the World," from the "Century Magazine", no date, a fragment describing the passage through the Strait of Magellan, with marginal notes by Furlong. Includes an abridged version from an unidentified periodical, undated
  • Folder: 7, Works by others: South American Missionary Society. Reports and letters from Tierra del Fuego in "Voice for South America", Volume XI, 1864, with a few marginal notes by Furlong, Furlong collected almost the entire series of this annual publication (with varying titles), and it can be found in the Dartmouth College Library, 1864
  • Folder: 8, Works by others: South American Missionary Society. "Trailblazers Who Triumphed": "Allen Gardiner", no date. Four page leaflet about Gardiner's work and death in Tierra del Fuego, undated
  • Folder: 9, Works by others: Spon, Charles. "William Singer Barclay", "F.R.G.S.," A "Memoir", 1947
  • Folder: 10, Works by others: Stefansson, Vilhjalmur. "The Region of Maximum Inaccessibility in the Arctic." reprinted from "The Geographical Review", Inscribed to Furlong by Stefansson, 1920-09
  • Folder: 11, Works by others: Stock, Chester. "A Mounted Skeleton of Mylodon Harlani," reprinted from "Bulletin of the Department of Geology", Two copies: one inscribed by Stock to Dr. John C. Merriam; the other contains a long note by Furlong, 1920
  • Folder: 12, Works by others: Subercaseaux, Benjamin. "Jemmy Button", Text underlined and annotated by Furlong, 1954
  • Folder: 13, Works by others: Thome, J. T. "Some Haphazard Notes of" a "Forty-two Years"' "Residence "in "British Guiana", 1899
  • Folder: 14, Works by others: Townsend, Charles H. "A Naturalist in the Straits of Magellen," reprinted from "Popular Science Monthly", 1910-07
  • Folder: 15, Works by others: Verneau, R. "Cranes Prehistoriques de Patagonie," from an unidentified journal, no date. Text in French, undated
  • Folder: 16, Works by others: Whipple, Gertrude, and James, Preston E. "The Canoe People," a chapter from "Living on Our Earth", Drawings are from Furlong's photographs. Includes typewritten annotation by Furlong, 1948
  • Folder: 17, Works by others: Williams, Bertram W. "Picaroon in Patagonia," typescript, with corrections, of an unpublished story, Includes a short critical note by Williams. (See also: Williams' correspondence.), 1925
  • Folder: 18, Works by others: Woodward, A. Smith. Three articles (one with F. P. Moreno) on Grypotherium (Neomylodon) Listai, associated mammals, and extinct reptiles of Patagonia, reprinted from the "Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London", Each is inscribed to Furlong by Woodward, 1899-1901

Box: 7, 1854-1906

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted.

Notes on South: Alaculoofs; Andean Railroad; Araucanians; Argentina; Bolivia; Brazil; Caribs; Chile; Explorers; French Guiana; Fuegia; Matacos; Miscellaneous Notes; Onas; Paraguay; Patagonia; Pehuenches; Peru; Puelches; South America; Strait of Magellan; Tehuelches; Uruguay; Venezuela; Yahgans

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