H. 224--Fish spear. H. 225--Knife.
H. 226--War point.
H. 227--Drill.
H. 228--Knife.
H. 229--Awl.
H. 230--Fish spear.
H. 231--Knife.
H. 232--Cast of a hand.
H. 233--Shark's teeth.
H. 234--Alligator teeth.
H. 235--Wampum.
H. 226--Geological specimens.
H. 237--Chop sticks.
H. 238 Wood.
H. 239--Hoe.
H. 240--Wood.
H. 241--Wood.
H. 242--Whale bone.
H. 243--Chert arrow points.
H. 244--Geological specimens.
H. 245--Geological specimens.
H. 246--Knife.
H. 247--Handcuffs.
H. 248--Slave shackles and handcuffs.
H. 249--Geological specimens.
H. 250--9 candy-pall heads mounted with Ohio arrow points.
H. 251--1 candy-pail head mounted with Iowa arrow points.
H. 252--21 candy-pail heads and frames mounted with Nebraska arrow points and chipped flints.
H. 253--Flint knife.
H. 254--Revolver.
H. 255--Knife.
H. 256--Knife.
H. 257--Revolver.
H. 258--Horse pistol.
H. 259--Revolver.
H. 260--Horse pistol.
H. 261--Revolver.
H. 262--Pistol.
H. 263--Revolver.
H. 264--Powder horn.
H. 265--10 celts.
H. 266--17 millstones.
H. 267--10 mauls.
H. 268--Petrified log.
H. 269--Large mortar.
H. 270--Paint mortar.
H. 271--2 war-club heads.
H. 272--2 axes.
H. 273--Polished stone.
H. 274--8 rasps.
H. 275--Pottery.

H. 276--Catlinite.
H. 277 to H. 299--Chipped implements.
H. 300 to H. 307--Polished stone implements.
   Note.-The names given to the implements are suggested by Mr. A. L. Hopkins at time of cataloging.


This collection is placed as a loan.
All of this collection is from the Philippine Islands.

H. C. 1--Khaki uniform.
H. C. 2--Fork.
H. C. 3--Letter paper.
H. C. 4--Plate.
H. C. 5--Hat.
H. C. 6--Japanese shoes.
H. C. 7--Wood paper.
H. C. 8--Stamp case.
H. C. 9--Bell from San Juan convent.
H. C. 10--Brass shell.
H. C. 11--Cards.
H. C. 12--Chop sticks.
H. C. 13--Pen brushes.
H. C. 14--Ink.
H. C. 15--Grain sickle.
H. C. 16--Knife.
H. C. 17--Razor hone.
H. C. 18--Medicine bag, elk teeth.
H. C. 19--Pen case.
H. C. 20--Powder.
H. C. 21--Kokua nuts.
H. C. 22--Purse.
H. C. 23--Organ reed.
H. C. 24--Wax.
H. C. 25--China spoon.
H. C. 26--Looking glass.
H. C. 27--Teacup,
H. C. 28--Small teacup,
H. C. 29--Cup cover.
H. C. 30--Program.
H. C. 31--Medal.
H. C. 32--Sea horse.
H. C. 33--Slipper.
H. C. 34--3 pairs of slippers.
H. C. 35--Roster of 2d Neb. Regt.
H. C. 36--Image of Confucius.
H. C. 37--China candle-stick.
H. C. 38--Testament.
H. C. 39--Belt buckle.
H. C. 40--Sword of Chinese money.




H. C. 41--Blank book.
H. C. 42--Stick.
H. C. 43--Native razor.
H. C. 44--Whetstone.
H. C. 45--Combs.
H. C. 46--5 brass letters.
H. C. 47--Instrument taken from ship.
H. C. 48--Pipe.
H. C. 49--(Omitted).
H. C. 50--Slipper.
H. C. 51--2 strings of beads.
H. C. 52--Spoon.
H. C. 53--Key.
H. C. 54--Opium pipe.
H. C. 55--Quirt.
H. C. 56--Machete and scabbard.
H. C. 57--Blank brass shell.
H. C. 58--Large loaded shell.
H. C. 59--Hat band.
H. C. 60--Bone space.
H. C. 61--Army corps mark.
H. C. 62--7 stone arrowheads.
H. C. 63--Iron arrowhead.
H. C. 64--Piece of cable.
H. C. 65--Card receiver.
H. C. 66--Blank cartridge.
H. C. 67--Smokeless cartridge.
H. C. 68--Cigarettes.
H. C. 69--Relief for the wounded.
H. C. 70--2 wax candles.
H. C. 71--Hat numbers.
H. C. 72--China cup.
H. C. 73--Bullets and napkin ring.
H. C. 74--3 bullets.
H. C. 75--Box of shells.
H. C. 76--Solid shot.
H. C. 77--2 Chinese books.
H. C. 78--4 silk fans.
H. C. 79--Cartridge box and shells.
H. C. 80--Song book of 8th army corps.
H. C. 81--Bamboo stick.
H. C. 82--Roll of paper.
H. C. 83--Priest's charm.
H. C. 84--7 small flags.
H. C. 85--Spanish flag.
H. C. 86--Chinese merchant flag.
H. C. 87--Silk mat.
H. C. 88--Silk U. S. flag.

All of this collection is from the Philippine Islands.
S. 1--Large ivory head.
S. 2--Aluminum medal "Co. M 1st Nebraska, 41."
S. 3--Tea urn carved from stone.
S. 4--Vase of carved stone.
S. 5--China tea urn.
S. 6--Pearl beads and crucifixion box.
S. 7--China teacup.
S. 8--Handsome basket made of brown wood.
S. 9--3 clips like No. 6.
S. 10--Wood carved image.
S. 11--Perfumed vase.
S. 12--China pitcher.
S. 13--Cup like No. 9.
S. 14--Broken plate of coiled pottery.
S. 15 to 19--China vases (5).
S. 20--China platter.
S. 21--Mug (small China).
S. 22, 23, 24--China cup, plate, and urn.
S. 25--Tea urn.
S. 26, 27, 28--Small plates of china.
S. 29, 30, 31--2 china spoons.
S. 32--Small china vessel.
S. 33--Sandal wood fan.
S. 34, 35, 36--Ivory heads.
S. 37--Ivory napkin ring.
S. 38, 39, 40, 41--4 ivory hands.
S. 42--Carved stone image.
S. 43--Meerschaum cigar holder and case.
S. 44--A nut of button ivory.
S. 45, 46, 47--3 images carved from it.
S. 48--Stone signet.
S. 49--Stone paper weight.
S. 50--Terra cotta boy.
S. 51--China man.
S. 52--Box of tooth powder.
S. 53--Stone ape.
S. 54--Polished wood block.
S. 55--Bronze lion.
S. 56--Wood carved lion.
S. 57--Bronze Christ and child
S. 58, 59, 60, 61, 62--Terra cotta figures.
S. 63, 64, 65--Tortoise shell card receiver.
S. 66--Wood card receiver.
S. 67, 68--Metal card receiver.




S. 69--Strings of beads.
S. 70, 71--Metal card receiver.
S. 72--Opium pipe.
S. 73--Pigs in clover, and set of wood butter dishes.
S. 74--Checker board.
S. 75--Chess board and man.
S. 76--Small bureau of inlaid wood.
S. 77, 78, 79--Inlaid boxes.
S. 80--3 in one inlaid box.
S. 81--Bamboo box with ornamented cover.
S. 82--Plain jewel case and watch holder, of wood.
S. 83--Fine inlaid small box.
S. 84--Wooden head of negro.
S. 85--Wooden flowers.
S. 86, 87--2 bronze urns.
S. 88--A bone signet letter.
S. 89--A stone for testing gold.
S. 90--Little china dish.
S. 91--A beaded pocket.
S. 92--Large metal card receiver.
S. 93--An opium pipe cane,
S. 94 to 107--Pipes and cigarette holders.
S. 108--Brass lock and key.
S. 109--Priest's charm.
S. 110--A flag of truce used in Philippines.
S. 111--A wedge tent used by the soldiers of Manila.
S. 112--A fish net from Philippines.
S. 113--Thread for weaving nets.
S. 114--A captured Spanish flag.
S. 115--Mr. Searle's dress coat.
S. 116--Mr. Searle's hat.
S. 117--A sailor blouse.
S. 118--A Philippine summer costume.
S. 119--A leather belt.
S. 120--Pair of shoes.
S. 121--Straw toe slippers (pair).
S. 122--Wood soled toe slippers.
S. 123--Bamboo box, old, with cover.
S. 124--Kolo nut cup.
S. 125, 126--Sword hilt with history.
S. 127--A long handled spoon (repaired).
S. 128, 129--2 deer horns.
S. 130--Sword handle, black.
S. 131, 132, 133--Machetes in scabbards.
S. 134--Fine pair of horns.

S. 135--Electric bell from Philippines.
S. 136--Screw driver, unique.
S. 137--Knife, Philippines.
S. 138--Woven hair brush,
S. 139--String of beads.
S. 140--Package of tobacco.
S. 141--Mr. Searle's spoon.
S. 142--A belt, red, and a purse.
S. 143 to 153--Baskets.
S. 154--Toe slippers.
S. 155--Broom, cartridges in basket (147), 14 little china figures.
S. 156 to 159--Playing cards.
S. 160--Japanese flowers, curiosity.
S. 161--Common fan.
S. 162--Horn ornament.
S. 163--Little horn box.
S. 164--Ivory paper knife.
S. 165--Ring box.
S. 166--Chinese bell, very fine one.
S. 167--Mr. Searle's plate; 6 crucifixes.
S. 168--Very large cartridge.
S. 169--Censer from Manila.
S. 170--String of bean beads and small gems.
S. 171--2 watch chains.
S. 172--2 cigar cases; 19 trinkets, nickel ornaments, etc.
S. 173--Scabbard of leather.
S. 174 to 178--Combs.
S. 179 to 183--Shaving tools.
S. 184--Domestic keys and book.
S. 185--Chopping knife.
S. 186--Wooden pulley.
S. 187--Box tooth powder.
S. 188--Branding iron.
S. 189--Pineapple fiber kerchief.
S. 190--Marking line.
S. 191--Chisel.
S. 192--Spectacles.
S. 193--Old steel machete, small.
S. 194--Shuttle, 5 Jap pens and 2 sticks of ink.
S. 195--Organ reed.
S. 196--Pickle fork. 7 blocks of powder.
S. 197--Net.
S. 198--Badge, broken bow.
S. 199--200 wall mats, 17 books, 10 pictures, 112 papers, 1 album, 3 sheets of stamps.
S. 201--Tin box for papers.
S. 202--Scales and weights.




O. 1--Scalp robe, presented by Black Bear, a Cheyenne, in 1886. Note.--These scalps are probably not all Indian scalp locks but are made of horse hair; however, Black Bear when he made the robe had been granted the right to use so many scalps by the war tent. Scalps are often made in this way.
O. 2--Collection of genuine Indian scalps, full size, presented by Black Bear, procured on Green river, the home of the Utes, in 1886.
O. 3--Scalp shirt, presented by Standing Bear (Arapaho (?)) in 1876, The leader of a tribe wears such shirts when on the war-path.
O. 4--Calf buffalo robe, obtained at the Pine Ridge agency , 1880. It has 100 days' work in porcupine quills on it.
O. 5--Scalp shirt having 291 scalps on it. It was worn by Crazy Horse of Pine Ridge agency.
O. 6--A Navajo blanket brought to Pine Ridge agency by Oglallas.
O. 7--A number of Indian tanned hides.
O. 8--A large, buffalo cow robe. Killed and tanned by Indians of Pine Ridge in the '60s.
O. 9--Buffalo robe owned by Lone Wolf.
O. 10--Chaps worn by a Wyoming "rustler."
O. 11--Dress worn by oldest daughter of Sitting Bull.
O. 12--Breech cloth made and used by one of the Little Hill family, Winnebago.
O.13--A saddle blanket given by Little Priest, a Winnebago scout in the U. S. army.
O. 14--Horse's tail tanned by Omaha Charlie.
O. 15--Cap worn by Omaha Charlie.
O. 16--Leg bands from Winnebago tribe, Little Hill family.

O. 17--Scalp head dress, presented by Plenty Wounds, an Ogalalla.
O. 18--Scalp head-dress, presented by Old Man-Afraid-of-His-Horses.
O. 19--Saddle bags, presented by Old-Man-Afraid-of-His-Horses.
O. 20--Porcupine quill decorated calf robe for children to wear, from Pine Ridge agency.
O. 21--Chaps presented by Ed Priest, a Winnebago.
O. 22--Breast of a Loon, from Manitoba.
O. 23--Woman's dress worn by the wife of Young-Man-Afraid-of-His-Horses, a Winnebago.
O. 24--Otter skin used as a medicine bag by one of the Little Hill family who belonged to the Winnebago tribe.
O. 25--Calf robe from Ogalalla tribe.
O. 26--Calf robe from Pine Ridge having fifty days' work in porcupine quills on it,
O. 27--Robe from Pine Ridge, seventy-five days of porcupine quill work.
O. 28--Two pairs of Australian trousers, bought from a cowboy in Valparaiso, Neb.
O. 29--Scalp head dress.
O. 30, 21--Buckskin suit which Omaha Charlie had made in 1870 by Sioux Indians at an expense of $200.
O. 32--Beaded buckskin blanket used as a saddle, once owned by Standing Bear, a Cheyenne.
O. 33--Beaded buckskin blanket used as a saddle, owned by Drinking Cup, a Brule.
O. 34--Woman's beaded buckskin dress, owned by wife of Red Cloud, an Ogalalla; 9 months of bead work on it.
O. 35--Tobacco pouch.
O. 36--Tobacco pouch.
O. 37--Ghost shirt used by Brule Indians.
O. 38--Beaded pappoose hood made by Ogalallas; 3 months work.



O. 39--Porcupine decorated pappoose hood found on Wounded Knee battle field.
O. 40--Buckskin shirt worn by Omaha Charlie in the '70s.
O. 41--Omaha Charlie's vest which he wore in 1870.
O. 42--Pappoose beaded hood; 3 months' work.
O. 43--Pappoose beaded hood, given by daughter of Lone Wolf, the mother of Seven Up.
O. 44--Leggins presented to Omaha Charlie by Black Bear, one of Omaha Charlie's best friends
O. 45--An ornamental dress for the hips.
O. 46--Pappoose hood, decorated with 75 days of porcupine quill work, Made by the Ogalallas.
O. 47--Omaha Charlie's coat and vest.
O. 48--A small Ogalalla teepee.
O. 49--Cow skin vest worn by Omaha Charlie.
O. 50--Ogalalla belt from Standing Rock agency.
O. 51--Winnebago beaded leg bands.
O. 52--Beaded leg bands, once owned by Green Cloud.
O. 53--Winnebago beaded belt, made by Jacob Russel.
O. 54--Beaded belt, owned by Solomon Rice Hill.
O. 55--Roach head-dress, presented by Little Fish, a Winnebago.
O. 56--Deer tail head-dress, presented by Spotted Tail, a Brule.
O. 57--Omaha Charlie's leather pants.
O. 58--A "crow skin" (feathers on a cloth).
O. 59--Hat which Omaha Charlie wore, having snake skin band which was presented by Little Horse, a medicine man at Standing Rock agency.
O. 60--Hat worn by a Mexican who married a daughter of Bear Nose, an Ogalalla.
O. 61--Soldier's rain cap given by Green Cloud.

O. 62, 63--2 rawhide cases used to carry meat or skins and may be used as a boat to ferry them across streams.
O. 64--Beaded belt owned by Little Thunder.
O. 65--Sinew from the back of a buffalo, used as thread in sewing.
O. 66--Buckskin jockey cap worn by an Indian.
O. 67--Tobacco pouch owned by Little Jim, a Winnebago who was killed near Homer, Neb., in 1900.
O. 68--Bag of Killtkinick given by Henry Rice Hill, a Winnebago medicine man.
O. 69--Snake skin.
O. 70--A feather head-dress used by Henry Rice Hill in the '50s.
O. 71--Omaha Charlie's moccasins.
O. 72, 73, 74, 75--Tobacco pouches procured at Standing Rock agency.
O. 76--A bunting bag and powder horn found at Wounded Knee battle field.
O. 77--Flags used in the ghost dance.
O. 78, 79, SO-Navajo baskets made to hold water.
O. 81--rawhide lariat given to Omaha Charlie by Mike Ragan of Platte Center, Neb. This was used to hang the man who attempted to murder Ragan.
O. 82--A rawhide lariat made by "Bridle Bill," a cowboy. Cost $50.
O. 83, 84--Buffalo horns from Dakota.
O. 85--Shield used on the warpath, presented by Plenty Horse.
O. 86, 87--Hakamore bridles made by Bridle Bill.
O. 88--Braided work by Bridle Bill.
O. 89--Sword from a marine ship of New York harbor.
O. 90--Cane made by one of Red Cloud's band.
O. 91--Piece of elk horn dug out near Logan creek in 1890.
O. 92--Spear for buffalo, used by the Ogalalla tribe.



O. 93--War-club made by Ogalallas.
O. 94--Iron tomahawk used by Omahas.
O. 95--Stone ax found in Nebraska.
O. 96--"Trailer" found near the Rawhide creek. Note.-These stones were tied to a rope placed around the neck of a horse; the horse could be followed by the trail it left.
O. 97--Wooden turtle bowl given by mother of Joseph Little Bear, made in 1807.
O. 98--Pictographs or Indian sign writing which shows the Sioux and Arapahos fighting Plenty Wounds. Also photographs.
O. 99--Indian pack saddle at least 100 years old in 1906. Also a stirrup to same.
O. 100--Braided halter.
O. 101--Horns.
O. 102--Eagle wing, presented by Old-Man-Loves-His-Knife.
O. 103--Eagle wing, presented by Black Bear.
O. 104--Buffalo horns.
O. 105--Sitting Bull's rifle given by one of his men to Omaha Charlie.
O. 106--Elk teeth earrings worn by Omaha Charlie.
O. 107--Diamond rattlesnake skin from South Sea Islands.
O. 108--Hoe given to the father of Mrs. Bristol by the government at Crow Creek reservation.
O. 109--Tomahawk pipe.
O. 110--Moccasins.
O. 111--Tomahawk pipe.
O. 112--Metal bracelet.
O. 113--(Number given to ox yoke which was not brought to the museum.)
O. 114--2 buffalo heads and horns picked up on Nebraska plains.
O. 115--A bag used by a squaw.
O. 116--A baby coat from Black Crow family.
O. 117--Sioux bow, for buffalo,
O. 118--A little boy's suit from the McCaa family, worn by a relative of Red Cloud.
O. 119--Turkish cap.
O. 120--Eagle wing bones.
O. 121--Pawnee necklace.

O. 122, 123--Cheyenne tobacco pouches.
O. 124--Cap worn by son of Lone wolf.
O. 125--Very fine beaded sinew girth.
O. 126--Belt.
O. 127--Indian idol from Seneca Indians, New York.
O. 128--21 Indian arrows,
O. 129--Tobacco Pouch made by wife of Standing Bear for her son.
O. 130 to 132--Tobacco pouches.
O. 133--Bag found on a battlefield by Green Cloud, a government scout. It was made by Arapahos.
O. 134--2 snake skin leg bands found on an Arapaho battlefield by Green Cloud.
O. 135--Moccasins given by wife of Lone Wolf.
O. 136--Moccasins which Lone Wolf took off his feet and gave to Omaha Charlie at Rosebud agency in 1890.
O. 137--A Pomme Blanche root from which Indians made flour. It still grows on the Omaha reservation.
O. 138, 139--2 Pawnee head-dresses.
O. 140--Pocket from Standing Rock.
O. 141--Tobacco pouch found on Wounded Knee battlefield.
O. 142--Cheyenne pocket.
O. 143--Cheyenne cape for Indian girl.
O. 144--Pocket from Wounded Knee.
O. 145--Kickapoo sash (wool).
O. 146--Saddle blanket from Iowa Indians.
O. 147--Wooden mask from Seneca Indians, New York.
O. 148--Buffalo forelock.
O. 149--Peacock's wings.
O. 150--Eagle claws.
O. 151--Fan which was used by Rain-in-the-Face.
O. 152--A head-dress with horns which belonged to Goll, of Standing Rock agency. This head-dress was in the Custer battle.
O. 153--Leggins from family of Drinking Cup.



O. 154--Head-dress.
O. 155--Doll and pappoose case, showing use of hood, made by East Powder Bill or Bill Almon, who married an Ogalalla woman.
O. 156--Squaw belt from Ogalalla tribe.
O. 157, 158--Head-dresses from Rosebud agency.
O. 159--Flash club used to signal from hill to hill, used by Brule Indians.
O. 160, 161--Pair of pistol cases made by Sally Twist, Ogalalla.
O. 162--Pouch given by Mrs. Hunter, mother of Mrs. Bristol.
O. 162--Pouch from Pine Ridge.
O. 164--Board on which three of Omaha Charlie's children were carried. Note. The baby is strapped to this board and carried on the mother's back.
O. 165, 166--Stone war-clubs. mounted.
O. 167, 168--Axes mounted by Sioux.
O. 169--Cane made by Good Snake, a Winnebago.
O. 170--Omaha necklace.
O. 171--Necklace brought from Europe by the Ogalallas who traveled with Buffalo Bill.
O. 172--Necklace presented by Charging Eagle.
O. 173--Mexican hair band.
O. 174, 175--Dish and spoon which an Ogalalla woman carried on warpath.
O. 176--A pipe pick.
O. 177 Winnebago trimming for the hair.
O. 178--Moon Shell.
O. 179--Knife scabbard
O. 180, 181, 182--Horn implements.
O. 183--A hoof.
O. 184--A hoof.
O. 185--Watch worn by Omaha Charlie.
O. 186--Eagle feathers.
O. 187--Sword presented to Omaha Charlie in Indiana.
O. 188--Cross presented by Red Cloud.
O. 189--3 stone pipes.
O. 190--Long stem and peace pipe.
O. 191, 192--Pair of leggins for women.

O. 191--Mexican whip.
O. 194, 195--Leggins.
O. 196. 197--Leggins.
O. 198, 199--Squaw leggins.
O. 200, 201--Leggins.
O. 202, 203--Leggins,
O. 204--Very old beaded vest worn by Thunder Hawk, a Brule.
O. 205--Beaded vest worn by Many Wounds, an Ogalalla.
O. 206--Beaded vest worn by the son of Thunder Hawk.
O. 207--Vest worn by Seven Up.
O. 208, 209--Vests worn by the son of Standing Bear.
O. 210--Wool Kickapoo sash worn by Butler.
O. 211--Beaded sash.
O. 212 to 216--Beaded knife cases.
O. 217--2 arm bands.
O. 218--Pair of Navajo moccasins.
O. 219 to 222--Whip sticks of elk horn.
O. 223--Beaded moccasins.
O. 224--Pair of moccasins.
O. 225--Eagle head and tail.
O. 226, 227--Pistols used in War of 1812.
O. 228--Copper tomahawk from Pennsylvania.
O. 229--Iron tomahawk from Ohio.
O. 230--Revolver given by Shafer, a cousin of Jesse James; said to have belonged to James.
O. 232--Tall and three mounted hoofs of a horse from Custer battlefield; also shoulder-straps from same field.
O. 233--Feet of horse mounted by Mr. Bristol.
O. 234--Pepper box pistol.
O. 235--Cap and ball pistol.
O. 236--Knife found in a grave in Nebraska.
O. 237--Very old knife used to save the life of an Indian and kept by him with great care.
O. 238--Knife.
O. 239--Knife.
O. 240--Very old knife.
O. 241, 242, 243--3 knives from Custer battlefield.
O. 244--Knife.
O. 245--2 beaver tails.
O. 246--Scalping knife.



O. 247--Sun Dance knives, five in number, procured of Ogalallas in 1881.
O. 248--2 canteens from Custer battlefield.
O. 249--Sword from Custer battlefield.
O. 250--War-club.
O. 251--Arapaho whip with a scalp for a lash.
O. 252--Cane head.
O. 253--Cartridge box and bell from Custer battlefield.
O. 254, 255--2 iron spear heads from near Homer, Neb.
O. 256--Pawnee sign writing or pictographs; a report sent back to the tribe by a scout,
O. 257--Apache war-club.
O. 258--Apache war-club,
O. 259--Apache arrow.
O. 260--Flathead war-club.
O. 261--Ogalalla war-club from Red Cloud's band.
O. 262--Meat crusher from Ogalalla tribe.
O. 263--0galalla war-club.
O. 264--Winnebago war-club.
O. 265--Scraper for tanning hides, from Lone Wolf's family.
O. 266--War-club, Chippewa, from White Earth reservation.
O. 267, 268--Comanche lance clubs.
O. 269--2 old iron tomahawks, supposed to have been used by Black Bird and Big Elk. They were so cherished in the Omaha tribe.
O. 270--Buffalo horns made into a war-club by Crow Indians.
O. 271--Creek war club.
O. 272--Ogalalla war-club.
O. 273--Three Strikes's club. He killed three Indians with three strikes and took the name after.
O. 274--Iroquois hatchet 200 year, old.
O. 275--Winnebago whip owned by Little Priest (seven scalp marks on it).
O. 276--Buffalo cow hoof.
O. 277--An "1849" ox hoof, shod.
O. 278--Quirt owned by Great Bear (25 scalp marks).
O. 279--Seneca hatchet from Salamanca, New York, owned by the Mary Jamison family.

O. 280--Leather. This number embraces braided bridles and halters.
O. 281--Cheyenne pipe.
O. 282--Chippewa ornament.
O. 283--Spanish stiletto.
O. 284--Ornament for a war-club belonging to Loves-a Knife.
O. 285--Leather stamping outfit for ornamenting saddles.
O. 286--Arrow used to throw, made by Henry Little Hill.
O. 287--Specimens of wampum given by Frost, the man who supplied such things to the Indian trade, New York.
O. 288--Ogalalla porcupine quill bands.
O. 289--Pictograph, "Crazy Horse on Warpath," drawn by Crazy Horse.
O. 290--Medicine rattle.
O. 291--Sun Dance whistles, Ogalalla.
O. 292--Pair of Sally Twist moccasins.
O. 293--Antelope necklace of dew claws, owned by Thunder Horse, used to stampede horses.
O. 294--Elk hoof necklace belonging to Little Bear, used to frighten horses.
O. 295--Winnebago squaw hair dress.
O. 296--Necklace of bones from turtle legs, owned by Young Spotted Tail.
O. 297--Omaha necklace.
O. 298--Ogalalla pipe pick case.
O. 299--Little moccasins, presented by Elk woman.
O. 300--Squaw hair dress.
O. 301--Wampum breast ornament belonging to Yellow Smoke.
O. 302--Cheyenne doll in costume.
O. 303--Winnebago doll in costume.
O. 304, 305--Ogalalla dolls in costume.
O. 306--Elk dew-claw necklace used to stampede horses.
O. 307--Beaded scorpions used in Cheyenne medicine dance.
O. 308--Ponca cartridge pouch.
O. 309--3 beaver feet, Nebraska.
O. 310--Sitting Bull's wampum breast plate.



O. 311--6 Omaha horn spoons.
O. 312--4 Cheyenne porcupine quill arm bands.
O. 313--Ogalalla scraper owned by wife of Lone Wolf, observe the scalp marks.
O. 314--A Winnebago game.
O. 315--A bunch of ring sizes.
O. 316 Worn by William T. Bristol when a baby (moccasins).
O. 317--Shoes worn by Edith Hunter's baby.
O. 318--Needle book carried by D. Charles Bristol.
O. 319--Shoes worn by D. Charles Bristol.
O. 320--2 pairs of gloves made by Sally Twist.
O. 321--Black Bear's tooth; arrow from Homer; small steel tomahawk made in Pennsylvania.
O. 322--Watch chain worn by D. Charles Bristol.
O. 323--Moccasins made by wife of Standing Bear.
O. 324--Beaded work done by Sally Twist.
O. 325--3 old iron Ogalalla spears.
O. 326--Spanish bit attachment procured of Indians.
O. 327--Beaded snakes for Ogalalla snake dance.
O. 328--Button given by an officer of marines in New York harbor.
O. 329--Dinner horn.
O. 330--Cheyenne quirt.
O. 331 to 341--11 Pockets.
O. 342--Winnebago loom and work.
O. 343--Cheyenne wampum.
O. 344--Watch guard worn by D. Charles Bristol.
O. 345 Watch guard worn by D. Charles Bristol.
O. 346--Pocket.
O. 347--Winnebago scalp dress.
O. 348--Tweezers to pull beard.
O. 349--Ornament.
O. 350--2 beaded Ogalalla balls for women.
O. 351--Spanish spurs from Crow reservation.

O. 352--Beaded Ogalalla vest.
O. 353--Manitoba police boots.
O. 354--Snow shoes from Mary Jamison family.
O. 355--Curious bones.
O. 356--Bone from a turtle's back.
O. 357--Tally bone for a family, observe the scalp marks.
O. 358--Bag in which clothes are carried.
O. 359--Lacrosse sticks. used in ball game.
O. 360--Buffalo horns.
O. 361--Cartridge box.
O. 362--Navajo pad for carrying water in vessels balanced on the head.
O. 363--Japanese dagger.
O. 364--Sitting Bull's medicine pipe.
O. 365--Pipe used by Red Cloud.
O. 366--Pipe owned by Old-Man-Afraid-of-His-Horses.
O. 367--Pipe belonging to Crazy Horse.
O. 368--Pipe owned by Thunder Horse.
O. 369--Pipe owned by Charging Eagle.
O. 370--Santee pipe.
O. 371--Pipe belonging to Hole-in-the-Day, a Chippewa who was killed by his own people because he was too friendly to the whites.
O. 372--Yankton Sioux pipe.
O. 373--Winnebago pipe.
O. 374--Santee Sioux pipe,
O. 375--Pipe belonging to Yellow Smoke, an Omaha.
O. 376--Odd pipe stone work.
O. 377--Powder horn.
O. 378--Pappoose beaded hood from Pine Ridge.
O. 379--Pappoose beaded hood from Pine Ridge agency.
O. 380--Breech cloth owned by Plenty Horse.
O. 381--Winnebago hair dress.
O. 382--Moccasins worn by Willie Bristol, his mother's work.
O. 383--Pair moccasins.
O. 384--Winnebago rattle.



O. 385--Oil paintings, 4 in number, D Charles Bristol, Rain-m-the-Face, Goll, Sitting Bull, all by Mountain Charley or C. S. Stobie. Also photographs of notable 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:

O. 386--Pipe.
O. 387--Pipe.
O. 388--Pipe.
O. 389--Moccasins.
O. 390--Moccasins.
O. 391--Moccasins.
O. 392 to 397--Moccasins.
O. 398 to 401--Moccasins.
O. 402--Moccasins (odds).
O. 403--Flute.
O. 404--A pipestone cane.


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Being relics added to the museum, and numbers added to the catalogue.

687--Coin collection loaned by D. H. Noll, of Wymore, Neb; U. S. Columbian half dollar; U. S. Columbian quarter dollar; U. S. half dollar; 1809 and 1812; silver foreign coin; U. S. pennies, 1797 and 1812; one cent upper Canada bank token, 1850; U. S. two cent, 1865; British commercial token, 1814; George II. English penny.
688--Two Icelandic books loaned by John Halldorson, 1311 So. 11th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska, date 1745 and 1766.
689--Chipped flints (history unknown.)
690--A McClellan medal or token loaned by R. J. Scarborough, Lincoln, Nebraska.
691--Stone maul found just outside the stockade at Fort Laramie, loaned by Walter S. Houseworth, Lincoln, Nebraska.
692--Locket containing the portraits of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Richardson, pioneers of Fontenelle, Nebraska, presented by Miss Delia Campbell, through the kindness of A. N. Yost of Omaha.
693--Collection of Joel and James Thompson, Lincoln, Nebraska, placed as a loan; three stone arrow points; two curious rocks; two rattles; from Pevely, Missouri.

694--A box of heirlooms. loaned in the name of Milton L. Treater: A sword, a lantern, a broad ax, a grain sickle, a fork, and candle moulds.
695--An ox yoke made from a Nebraska cottonwood tree and used for many years in Nebraska. Presented by the late Franklin Ball, of Palmyra.
696--Homer's Iliad and Odyssey in the original Greek, printed in 1561, loaned by J. A. Barrett, of Omaha.
697--Five original commissions, issued to various Indian chiefs over a hundred years ago, presented by the late Robert W. Furnas.
698--Case of Nebraska woods, collected by the late Robert W. Furnas.
699--Picture of Rev. Joseph Henson, the original of "Uncle Tom," presented by A D. Kitchen, Lincoln, Neb.
700--Roster of the 1st Nebraska Regiment in the Civil War, loaned by Mrs. R. R. Livingston, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
701--Bank notes and wild-cat bills, paper tokens, and Confederate bills, mounted between glasses. About sixty specimens in all, given to the Society by various people, names unknown.



702--Colonial newspaper. Two copies of the Providence Gazette and Country Journal, July 8 and November 11, 1775, mounted between glasses. The name of the donor is unknown.
703--Large United States pennies. This collection is from various sources; most of them were presented by Jay A. Barrett, and the collection is nearly complete. They are mounted between glass slides, so that both sides may be studied.
704--State Fair souvenirs collected to show the evolution of the advertising idea at the Nebraska State Fair.
705--Collection of political badges purchased of S. A. Gardiner, Lincoln, Nebraska.
706--Collection of political and other badges, presented by H. C. McMahen, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
707--Collection of geological specimens, loaned by A. L. Funk, Lincoln, Nebraska.
708--Picture of Gilbert Park, by J. W. Gilbert, Friend, Nebraska.

709 Donkey shoes from Rome, presented by Prof. James T. Lees, Lincoln, Nebraska.
710--Autograph letter of Charles I. of England, 1644, loaned by James Mitchell, Wilber, Nebraska.
711--Colonial newspaper, Essex Journal and New Hampshire Packet of March 29, 1776, donated by Charles H. Morrill.
712--Communion plate (very old), loaned by Prof. George R. Chatburn, of Lincoln.
713--Safe, loaned by John B. Horton, of Evanston, Illinois, used by his father, in Calais, Maine, and by Mr. Horton in Lincoln
714--Nebraska silks and wools with case, presented by the late Mrs. Mary E. Furnas.
715--A diary written in Andersonville prison by H. A. Shotwell, loaned for safekeeping by J. C. Pentzer.
716--Safe used in the old Platte Valley bank, at Nebraska City, and the old State Bank at Lincoln. It is one of the first safes brought to the territory, and the first in Lincoln. Presented by N. C. Brock, of Lincoln.

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