William M. Beauchamp Papers, 1840-1944
Index to Newspaper Clippings (by Title) in the Parker and Harriet Maxwell Scrapbooks (Box 44 and 45)

Box Vol. Title Page
    Ely Parker Scrapbook of Newspaper Articles Written by and about Harriet Maxwell Converse and Miscellaneous Items, ca. 1880-1885   
44  1 Disenchantments 
44  Sheaves Criticism 
44  1 Ideal and the Real 
44 Thomas Maxwell 
44 Buffalo Expressions 
44  The Indian Election 
44  A Sachem Raised Up 
44  An Indian Invitation 
44  A Curious Custom 
44  Lo Takes a Bride 
44 Ideal and the Real  10 
44 Disenchantments  10 
44  Visiting in Elmira  11 
44  Individualism  11 
44  Self Condemnation  11 
44  Mrs. Rhodes, Obituary  12 
44  Mr. Maxwell, Obituary  12 
44  1 Who Is Our Neighbor?  13 
44 Heroism  14 
44 Self-Success  15 
44  Ideal and the Real  15 
44  Aged Solomon Obail  16 
44  Self-Congratulations  17 
44  Day After Day  18 
44  Sentiment or Reason  18 
44 Our Cerberus  19 
44 Submission  20 
44  For Our Own Sake  21 
44  Strange Religious Festivals Among Our Indian Neighbors  22 
44  The Thanksgivings  23 
44  Noteworthy Features To-Day  25 
44  'Twas A Pathetic Sight  25 
44  1 Honored by the Iroquois  27 
44 Adopting A Tribe  27 
44 The Lost Indian Woman  27 
44  A New Book  27 
44  Named Ya-Ih-Wah-Noh  28 
44  Our Cerberus  28 
44  Alas! My Indian Maiden  29 
44  Initiated Among the Iroquois  30 
44 Adopted Senecas  30 
44 Three Pale Face Recruits  31 
44  A Remarkable Woman  32 
44  Certificate of Instalment [sic]  32 
44  An Indian Name  32 
44  A Woman Chosen Chief  33 
44  Resigned Under Fire  33 
44  1 Indian Rites  33 
44 Monuments to the Indian  33 
44 Red Jacket in Bronze  34 
44  The Social World  34 
44  The Red Jacket Plans  35 
44  Harriet Maxwell Converse  36 
44  The Seneca Indians  36 
44  Indian Medicine Man  37 
44 Queer Indian Customs  39 
44 Portion of Little Water Ceremony  40 
44  Script Criticism of Mrs. Converse's Writings by Ely S. Parker  40 
44  A Chief of Six Nations   
44  The Red Jacket Plans  42 
44  Queen of the Indians  42 
44 Mrs. Fannie P. Rhodes  42 
44 "I Love Thee"  42 
44  The Iroquois Leader Dead  42 
44  Gen. Parker's Complements  42 
44 Ya-Ie-Wa-Noh  43 
44  A Serenade  44 
44  The American Indian  44 
44  1 The Thanksgivings  44 
44 The New York Indians  45 
44 An American Authoress Adopted into an Indian Tribe  46 
44  Adopted into the Tribe of Red Men  46 
44  Woman's Work  47 
44  Indian Medicine  47 
44  Among The Senecas  48 
44  Some Indian Treasures  49 
44 Adopted Into The Tribe Of Red Men  50 
44 Deerfoot  51 
44  The Six Nations  52 
44  The Seneca Runner  53 
44  Daily Gazette and Free Press, July 25, 1894  53 
44  An "Original American"  54 
44  Want to Rush the Indian  54 
44  1 Irad L. Beardsley Is Dead  55 
44 I.J. Beardsley Dead at 82  55 
44 A White Woman Chief  56 
44  Pages 58-63 are missing  
44  Our Pagan Indians  64 
44  Wampum on His Coffin  65 
44  The Indian Queen Is Dean  65 
44  From Ausburn Tower  66 
44 A Seneca Indian Legend  69 
44 But One Woman Chief  70 
44  Iroquois Festivities  71 
44  Golden Weddings  73 
44  Electing a Seneca Sachem  73 
44  The Poor Indian  75 
44 Mr. Bryant's View  75 
44 Chief of Iroquois  77 
44  Woman's Work  78 
44  High Indian Chief  78 
44 New York City's Indian Colony  79 
44  Pages 80-81 are missing  
44  Story of a Sachem  82 
44  1 Indian New Year's  83 
44 The Reservation Indian as a Man Among Men  86 
44 Artemus Ward, Jester  88 
44  The Six Nations  89 
44  An Indian Session  91 
44  Indians of New York City  92 
44  Pagan Neighbors  93 
44  Group of Senecas (photograph)  95 
44 Cattaraugus Indians (photograph)  95 
44 Pages 96-97 are missing   
44  Harriet Maxwell Converse (photograph)  98 
44  The White Chief  100 
44  The Wampum-Records of the Iroquois  101 
44  New York's Indians  103 
44  Living Among the Onondagas  110 
44  1 Taylor's Tavern  112 
44 Pages 115-128 are blank   
44 Thomas Poudry  129 
44  The Naming Ceremonies and Rites of Adoption by the Seneca Indians  130 
44  Where Mrs. Converse Was Born (photograph)  135 
44  An Old, Old Landmark  138 
44  The Burning of the White Dog  139 
44  Our Untamed Savages  141 
44 Letter to Mrs. Converse from J.S. Simpson  ---- 
44 Photograph of cemetery  ---- 
    Personal Scrapbook of Arthur C. Parker, ca. 1900-1910  
44  Woman's Rights in America Five Hundred Years Ago 
44  The Indians of New York 
44  American Aborigines - Studies in Archaeology 
44 "The Copper Woman" of the Erie Tribe 
44 Christmas Among Indians 
44  The Indian Nations of New York State 
44  False Face Company an Iroquois Order 
44 Relics of Minsi Indians 
44  The Plea of the Catawbas 
44  Lecture 
44  Portrait of Jeremiah Cuffee 
44 Indian for N.Y. Harbor 
44 The Red Man 
44  The Chautauqua County Man 
44  Indians in Albany on Peaceful Errand 
44 Archaeologist Discusses Indian Problems 
44  State Archaeologist on Indian Confederacy 
44  Indian Names Added to Map 
44  Indian Dance Given by Girls in Public School  10 
44 Scientist Cook and Peary's Eskimos  10 
44 Men's Guild of St. Paul's  10 
44  Work of Ga-Wa-So-Wa-Neh  11 
44  Drunken Indians Becoming an Intolerable Nuisance in This Community  11 
44 Myths and Legends  11 
44  Up-State Indians  11 
44  False Face Company, An Iroquois Order  12 
44  Indian Dressmaker in State Museum  13 
44 Mr. Clarke Desires to Make a Correction  13 
44 Heart of Indian  13 
44  Darwinism Up-To-Date  14 
44  Lure of the Woods  14 
44 Immortalizing the American Indians  15 
44  "The Iroquois Confederacy"  15 
44  Indian New Year's Peculiar Ceremonies  16 
44  Indian To Talk of His People  16 
44 Where Hiawatha's Laws Still Govern  17 
44 Two Bulletins By Mr. Parker  17 
44  Monument to the Memory of Mrs. Rebecca Ashley  17 
44  Paleface A Wampum Keeper  18 
44 New Indian Exhibit in the State Museum  19 
44  Indian Status Idea Meets with Wide Approval  20 
44  Love, Poetry and Hair Tonic  20 
44  Rebecca Kellogg Ashley  21 
44 To an Indian Missionary  21 
44 Archaeologist Parker's Successful Quest of Sacred Ganoda Flute and Water Drum at the Secret Ceremonies of the Iroquois  21 
44  Seneca Discusses Indian Lodges  22 
44  "The Copper Woman" of the Erie Tribe  23 
44 Iroquois Indians in Casts from Life  23 
44  Folklore of the Iroquois  24 
44  Indian Burial Place  24 
44  Keeper of the Hills  25 
44 Die Indianer New York's  26 
44 Canadian Indians at War  28 
44  The Pine Tree's Moan and the Red Man's  30 
44  Prehistoric Relics Unearthed at Ripley  31 
44 Historical Society  32 
44  Historical Society Met  34 
44  Indian Burial Ground Explored  35 
44  Secret Medicine of the Seneca Indians  36 
44 Fiftieth Anniversary  37 
44 Big Indian after Scalps in Albany  38 
44  State Archaeologist Decides Against Col. Moulthrop  38 
44  Thirteen Club to Hear an Indian  38 
44 Is 'Iola' in Seneca Language?  38 
44  The Evening Gazette  39 
44  Indians Don't Like His Ways  40 
44  The Indians' Reservations  40 
44 Indian Life  40 
44 A Few Thoughts About Indian Life  41 
44  Tonight in White Plains  41 
44  Seneca Discusses Indian Lodges  41 
44 Parker Speaks on Indian Mysteries  41 
44  Indian Secret Societies  41 
44  Progress of the Indians During Past Fifteen Years  42 
44  Article in the Republican  42 
44 The Seneca Indians  42 
44 Talked on the "Five Nations"  43 
44  Archaeologist Writes of the Fire  43 
44  Fear for State Relics  43 
44 Government Is Opposed to the Indian Congress  44 
44  Indian Congress Is Rich in Practical Accomplishments  44 
44  Columbus Red Men Entertained Indians  44 
44  Indian Congress Fails In Purpose; Braves Disagree  44 
44 Indian Conference Splits on Politics  45 
44 Financial Deficit Exists  45 
44  Indians Prove Most Adept at Playing Politics  45 
44  Great Council of Modern Redskins  45 
44 The First National Congress of American Indian Association, Now Being Held in Columbus (photograph)  45 
44  Albanian Working for Betterment of Indians  46 
44  Society of American Indians May Meet Here  48 
44  Footprints of a Nation  48 
44 Museum Lesson to Other Cities  48 
44 Modern Ideas of Iroquois Empire  49 
44  "Educating" the Pueblos  49 
44  From Other Pens  49 
44 Certain Iroquois Tree Myths and Symbols  50 
44  Mr. Parker Is Correct  50 
44  Crisis in Indian Affairs  50 
44  "Educating" the Pueblos  51 
44 Westchester Indians  51 
44 Petrified Human Head Found  51 
44  Albanian Working for Betterment of Indians  52 
44  Paleface a Wampum Keeper  53 
44 The Eries Wiped Out  54 

Index to Newspapers Clippings (by Title) in the Harriet Maxwell Converse Scrapbooks (Box 45)

 

Box Vol Title Page
45  1 Harriet Maxwell Converse Scrapbooks: V.1 Red Jacket and Indian Miscellaneous   
45 1 The Red Jacket Obsequies 
45  Historical Society Donations 
45  Red Jacket's Bones 
45 The Corn Dance 
45  Sa-Go-Ye-Wa-Tha 
45 Red Jacket 
45 E'-No-Sau-Nee 
45  Red Jacket's Bones 
45 The Last of the Senecas 
45  Red Jacket's Burial 
45  Iroquois Mourners 
45 The Six Nations 
45  The Great Iroquois Chief 
45 Rare Indian Relics 
45 The Six Nations  10 
45  The Red Jacket Memorial  12 
45 Orator of the Senecas  13 
45  Keeper of Wampum  14 
45  Food of the Indians  15 
45 Indian Myths and Folk Lore  15 
45  An Indian Lecture  17 
45 Script Criticism by H.M. Converse  17 
45 Officers of the Society of the Buffalo Historical Society  18 
45  The Buffalo Historical Society  19 
45 Indian Visitors  20 
45  Red Jacket Ceremonies  20 
45  Historical Society Donations  20 
45 Article Concerning Mr. Isaac T. Parker  20 
45  The Iroquois Interment  20 
45 Red Jacket's Day  20 
45 Red Jacket's People  21 
45  Red Jacket  22 
45 Sa-Go-Ye-Wa-Tha's Rest  22 
45 Bullets For Redskins! (insert between pages  
45  How the Pawnee Captured the Cheyenne Medicine Arrows (insert between pages  
45 Indian Song (musical notes) (insert between pages  
45  Strange Rites  23 
45  Algonquin Legends  24 
45 Greek and Indian Rites  24 
45  Magic Among the Red Men (insert between pages  
45

Proposition by Arthur C. Parker (insert between pages

 
45 Indian Rites  25 
45  The Indians  25 
45 Pages 26-27 are blank   
45  Flowers from Casket of Red Jacket  28 
45 Ticket to Exercises at Music Hall Belonging to Mrs. H.M. Converse  28 
45  Buffalo Express  29 
45  An Indian Graduate  29 
45 Pages 30-31 are blank   
45  A Grand Indian Powwow  32 
45 Onondaga Indian Troubles  32 
45 How Indians Gamble  32 
45  A Life Among the Indians  34 
45 Sunday Services  35 
45  "Towers of Silence"  36 
45 The Indian Election  36 
45  Indian Rites  36 
45  Oneida Historical Society  37 
45 A Sachem Raised Up  38 
45  Reminiscences  39 
45 The Rights of the Red Man  40 
45 In Behalf of the Indian  40 
45  The Indian Rights Association  40 
45 Going to Help the Indians  40 
45  Indian Rights Association  40 
45 Elmore Reminiscences  41 
45  Onondaga Indians  42 
45  Article Concerning Onondaga Indian Customs  43 
45 Compulsory Indian Education  43 
45  Clinging to Their Lands  43 
45 Sitting Bull's Pernicious Influence  43 
45 Found in Sweet Grass  43 
45  The Indian Campaign  44 
45 Indians of the Dominion  45 
45  Indian Snake Dances  45 
45 My Collection of Dolls by Annie Fields Alden (insert between pages  
45  Big Tree Treaty  49 
45  Last of the Seminoles  49 
45 The New Wolf Sachem  50 
45  A Philanthropic Indian Princess  50 
45 The Lost Syrians  51 
45 The Indian Problem  51 
45  Savages Would Be Savants  51 
45 The Bannock War  52 
45  The Great Chief Uncas  52 
45 Want to Rush the Indian Bill  53 
45  The Indian Territory Project  53 
45  Indians Are Growing Good  53 
45 Robbed of Their Lands  54 
45  The Moqui Indian Trouble  54 
45 Oil Trust Balked in Indian Land Grab  55 
45 The Indians Will Not Be Swindled  55 
45  Father Crafts Not a Good Backer  55 
45  An Old Indian Claim  56 
45  Hunting in Upper Manhattan (insert between pages)  
45 Indian Picture Writing  57 
45  The True Story of Hiawatha  57 
45 Indian History  58 
45 The Indians of To-Day  59 
45  A Saintly Woman  61 
45  Pages 63-64 are missing   
45 Council Fires  65 
45  The Ne-Gar-Na-Gar-Ah  65 
45 Iroquois Relics  67 
45 Man-Eater's Masks  67 
45  Masks Worn by Cannibals in Their Religious Festivals  68 
45  2  Harriet Maxwell Converse Scrapbooks: V.2 "Between Ourselves" columns, ca. 1899-1900   
    Harriet Maxwell Converse Scrapbooks: V.3 Indian topics, ca.1902.   
45 3 One of the Men We Know 
45 Honored by the Iroquois 
45 Waif of Redskin Battlefield Dead 
45  Indian Relics Dug Up 
45 The Indians' Friend Dead 
45 Indian Funeral for Mrs. Converse 
45 Indians' Friend Dies 
45 White Woman Indian Chief Dies 
45  Woman Chieftain of Indians Dead 
45 Red Chiefs Weep at Bier of White Woman 
45 By Her Bier New Chief Is Chosen 
45 Six Nations Mourns Death of Mrs. Converse 
45 White Woman Chief of Red Men Is Dead 
45  Chiefs Mourn Ga-Ie-Wa-Noh 
45 Indian Rites at Funeral of Mrs. Harriet M. Converse 
45 Passing of the Horns 
45 Indian Funeral Rites for Mrs. H.M. Converse 
45 Braves' Last Tributes 
45  Indians Mourn at Mrs. Converse's Bier 
45 Pagan Indians Dismayed by Chief Cornplanter's Conversion 
45 Dancers at the Strawberry Feast (photograph)  10 
45 Harry Kettle's Log Cabin (photograph)  10 
45 A Pagan Seneca Child (photograph)  10 
45  Senecas Baffle White Men's Scheme to Get Their Reservation  11 
45 Aborigines Who Dwell Among the Palefaces  13 
45 A Pale-Faced Chief and Her Protégé  13 
45 A Typical Indian Home (photograph)  14 
45 Live False-Face as a Gift  14 
45  The Swan Song of the Sachem  16 
45 Deed a Weird Document  16 
45 Still Live by the Chase  16 
45 A Plea for the Rights of Empire State Indians  17 
45 Sachem Dies Like a Sachem  18 
45  Six Nations Eulogy  18 
45 A Tribute to the Memory of Chauncey H. Abrams  19 
45 Frank. B. Converse  21 
45  4 Scrapbook of F.M. Converse (husband of H.M. Converse), ca.1890s
Cover title: Duplicate and Miscellaneous Clippings 
 
45  4  A Plea for the Rights of Empire State Indians 
45  The Protest of the New York Indians 
45  Indians Still in Conference 
45  Billy Three Claws Dead 
45  (?) Decide 
45  Hiawatha's Belt 
45  Three Little Indians 
45  The Pagans up the State 
45  A Model Indian Republic 
45  Woman's Work 
45  Mr. Thacher's Wampum Belt 
45  Indian Troubles 
45  Citizenship Is Favored 
45  The Indians of To-Day 
45  Indians Revolt 
45  New York's Indians  11 
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