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    • [Chitimatcha Indians]

    • Chitimacha Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Children; Schools
    • Scrapbook page with newspaper article and photographs about the Chitimacha School on the Charenton reservation. One photo features two little girls, Joy and Janet Vilcan.
    • Petticoat Island

    • Chitimacha Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Louisiana--Legends
    • Top part of the image has the end of a newspaper article regarding the Chettimanchi or Chitimacha Indians titled "Remnant of once powerful Louisiana Indian tribe found." See also Maude Reid Scrapbook 4, pages 2 and 3. Lower part of image is an...
    • Indians of the Teche

    • Chitimacha Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Schools; Basket making; Children
    • Newspaper article and photographs about the Chettimanchi tribe, basket weaving, dye making, and the Charenton school run by the Department of the Interior. Those pictured include Lucille, Marta, and Yvonne Darden.
    • The Last of the Cane Basket Makers

    • Chitimacha Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Women
    • Continuation of an article by Dormon appearing in Holland's, The magazine of the south, October, 1931. See also Scrapbook 4, page 22. Bottom of the image is a hand-written story by Maude Reid regarding Mrs. Ben Paul, a Chitimacha Indian living in...
    • [Native Americans in Louisiana]

    • Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Choctaw Indians--Louisiana--History; Women; Clothing & dress
    • Clippings from the Times Picayune entitled "Why Flowers known as Indian Pipes are white told in Choctaw Legend" (January 3, 1937) and "Song of death" (February 10, 1957). The articles tell stories of Native American legends. Includes a photograph...
    • Football's for sissies

    • Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Choctaw Indians--Mississippi--History; Indians of North America--Sports; Sports--United States--History
    • Beginning of an article by Meigs O. Frost of the Times Picayune about a Native American ball game called toley. Also contains handwritten comments by Maude Reid about the Calcasieu Indians. See also Maude Reid Scrapbook 4, pages 8 and 9.
    • Football's for sissies

    • Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Choctaw Indians--Mississippi--History; Indians of North America--Sports; Sports--United States--History
    • Photographs accompanying a newspaper article by Meigs O. Frost of the Times Picayune about a Native American ball game called toley. See also Maude Reid Scrapbook 4, pages 7 and 9.
    • Football's for sissies

    • Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Choctaw Indians--Mississippi--History; Indians of North America--Sports; Sports--United States--History; Clothing & dress
    • Photographs accompanying a newspaper article by Meigs O. Frost of the Times Picayune about a Native American ball game called toley. See also Maude Reid Scrapbook 4, pages 7 and 8.
    • [Koasati Indians]

    • Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Koasati Indians--Louisiana--History
    • Partial essay about the Koasati or Coushatta Indians by Maude Reid. See also Maude Reid Scrapbook 4, pages 10 and 12. Essay outlines Reid's views on the Koasati people.
    • [Koasati Indians]

    • Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Koasati Indians--Louisiana--History; Atakapa Indians--Louisiana--History
    • Upper part of the image is part of an essay by Maude Reid on the Koasati or Coushatta Indians. Lower part of the image is an excerpt from: Indian Tribes of the Lower Mississippi Valley and Adjacent Coast of the Gulf of Mexico by John R. Swanton,...
    • [Koasati Indians]

    • Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Koasati Indians--Louisiana--History; Atakapa Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--History; Maps--Louisiana
    • Upper part of the image is an excerpt from: Indian Tribes of the Lower Mississippi Valley and Adjacent Coast of the Gulf of Mexico by John R. Swanton, 1911. Smithsonian Institute, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 43. Washington DC. Re-typed...
    • [Elton, Louisiana]

    • Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Koasati Indians--Louisiana--History; Leeds, Paul, 1869-1958; Koasati Indians--Missions; Congregationalists--Clergy
    • Clippings and re-typed articles regarding Native Americans in Southwest Louisiana.

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