Red Lake Indian Reservation (Minn.); Archeology
A lady begs leave to submit to the attention and keeping of the Minnesota Academy of Natural Sciences, a small box of pottery fragments collected, for the most part, from various points upon the shores of Red Lake, Red Lake Ojibwa reservation, Beltrami county, Minnesota. These objects have been secured through the good offices of t:esident sub-agent Mr. Jonathan Taylor, and of his family; a considerable share of them having been obtained directly from the soil through the personal efforts of Mr. Taylor's son, Elmer Hamilton. Rev. Fred Smith, native missionary at Red Lake sub-agency, has also kindly contributed groups of broken pottery herewith transmitted, which were collected at Black Duck Creek, and on lands between the mouth of that water-course and the agency.
Babbitt, F. E.
Red Lake Notes.
Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, Vol. 2 No.3, 86-101.
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