Item # Article Title 

 

151. Max Schrabisch Makes Find Of Indian Relics, no byline

 

152. Universites of Germany, How They Differ From Those of America, Explained by Professor Kuehnemann, no byline

 

153. Indian Vestiges in Garret Mountain: A Series of Three Articles, Passaic County Park Commission, Paterson, New Jersey, 1939, by Max Schrabisch

 

154. Along UnfamiliarTrails: The Lure of the Unknown, The Borough of Honesdale, Irvine Cliff, The Environing Mountains, Lakes and Streams, by Max Schrabisch

 

155. Archaeology of Southeastern New York: Being A Report On Researches Made In Mountainous Districts, Many Fascinating Localities Dealt With, by Max Schrabisch

 

156. Sunrise Mountain: Nature's Invitation, The Climb, Nature Versus Human Nature, Traces of the Ice Age, A Prehistoric Relic, Rattlesnakes, An Indian Cavern, by Max Schrabisch

 

157. Patersonian Honored By American Museum, Max Schrabisch Named as Investigator of Indian Rock Shelters - Has Collected 3,000 Relics - Accidental Discovery Recently of Historical Place at Upper Preakness - Will Explore Sussex, no byline.

 

158. Lake Mohonk: En Route, Lake Mohonk, Skytop, Rondout Valley, The Mountain Road, by Max Schrabisch

 

159. The Church of the Covenant Holds Yearly Outing: On Way To Mountains, The Fire Tower, Evidences of Ice Age, Gargantuan Repast, Geologist Describes Jaunt To Bearfort Mountain, May Day, by Max Schrabisch.

 

160. Paterson's Oldest House, Stone Slabs Give Dates of Historic Residence, by Max Schrabisch.

 

161. Along the Passaic, Man Against Nature, A Small-Scale Wilderness, Camp Sites of the Redman, by Max Schrabisch.

 

162. The Aboriginal Jasper Quarries at Vera Cruz, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania: Lay of the Land, Distribution of Silicates, Description of Quarries, Absence of Finished Tools, The Time Element, by Max Schrabisch.

 

163. A Saddle River Rockshelter, by Max Schrabisch.

 

164. Kampfe Lake, Its Situation ,Geological Notes, Indian Mementoes, Early History, A Home Colony, The Glory Of The Woods, by Max Schrabisch.

 

165. Three monographs and discourses authored by Max Schrabish as they appeared in Homes and Haunts of the Indians, by Albert H. Heusser.

 

166. Rambling Club At Garret Rock, Club Members View City and Enjoy Tramp to the Great Notch, no byline. ( Max Schrabisch was a member of the R.C.)

 

167. Ramblers at Two Bridges, Admire Beauty of the Spring and Marvel at Different Routes of Travel, no byline. ( Max Schrabisch was a member of the R.C. )

 

168. RAMBLERS VISIT NEW YORK CITY, Find Plenty to Admire in Central Park With its Wealth of Attractions, no byline. (Max Schrabisch was a member of the R.C.)

 

169. RAMBLERS ARRANGE SCHEDULE FOR YEAR, by Joseph Rydings. (Max Schrabisch was a member of the R.C.)

 

170. RAMBLERS TO VISIT HOOK MOUNTAIN, no byline. (Max Schrabisch was a member of the R.C.)

 

171. THE ANCIENT HAUNT OF THE RED MAN, Moody's Rock and other Indian Sites Along the Muckshaw Ponds, by Max Schrabisch. (concluded from last week) Refer to article 133.

 

172. An excerpt from a larger work about the Catskill area of New York State. This portion concerns Max Schrabisch's being accused of spying for the German government during W W I.

 

173. Hunter of Indian Arrows Not A Spy. Newspaper account of Max's encounter with the authorities concerning his being accused of spying for Germany's W W I government.

 

174. Old Artillery Camp Near Pluckamin: Its Restoration Contemplated After a Careful Study of the Various Sites Composing It, Recent Investigation. by Max Schrabisch.

 

175. Revolutionary Camp Being Restored: Twelve Sites Definitely Put In Shape Following Removal of Debris, Locating Camp Ovens, by Max Schrabisch.

 

176. New Data Regarding the Knox Bivouac, Two Shack Sites Restored and Another Camp Oven Located, Some of the Recent Finds, by Max Schrabisch.

 

177. The Archaeology of Southeastern New York, by Max Schrabisch.
(This is an original typed draft housed at the New York State Museum. Please contact Penelope B. Drooker at: 518-485-2019 concerning the procedure in acquiring any photocopied pages).

 

178. Artillery Park and Its Problems; Indistinctness of Traces Calls for Fresh Excavations That Result in Three New Sites, Many Prospective Ones, by Max Schrabisch.

 

179. Recent Discoveries on Plukamin Camp: Outlines of Four Shack Sites Determined and Five Small Hearths Located, Many Rare Finds Made, by Max Schrabisch.

 

180. Rehabilitating Colonial Landmark: Two Shell-Heaps Examined and Foundations of Four Shanties Reconstructed, Several Outlying Sites, by Max Schrabisch.

 

181. Indian Remains in North Jersey. No byline [Max Schrabisch's work in the area of Indian Rock shelters cited]

 

182. Pompton And Its Historic Lore - I, Traces of the Aboriginal Inhabitants, The Lenni Lenapi and Their Haunts, Migration Began in 1758, by Max Schrabisch

 

183. Pompton And Its Historic Lore - II, Revolutionary Times, Where Cannon Balls Were Made For the Continentals, The Mutiny of 1781, by Max Schrabisch

 

184. Scholar Unearthed Native Cultures, by Mauro Magarelli, Herald News of West Paterson, Section B, Monday, November 4, 2002. no fee

 

185. Book By Joseph Rydings: New Product of Call Press Late Leader of Paterson Rambling Club writes of Paterson and Surroundings in Charming Manner, no by line. (Max Schrabisch was a member of the Rambling Club. This article presents a brief overview of the book's topics.The work comprises fifty chapters. "a veritable mine of botanical, ornithological and historic knowledge pertaining to the northern section of the state of New Jersey." )

 

186. Indian Exhibit At Castle Draws Many, Historical Society Sponsors Fine Display at Headquarters, no byline The article mentions Max Schrabisch as one of the contributors to the Native American exhibit at the Lambert Castle located in Paterson, New Jersey.

 

187. Shell Collection At Museum Contains Many Rare Specimens. More of These Displayed in Fact Than of Common Varieties, Fine Specimens From Tropics Donated by Mr. Halliman, Roger Williams Gives Contents of Ten Indian Rock Shelters. In this article, Max Schrabisch is recognized for his archaeological work in the state of New Jersey.

 

188. Indian Trails Located in State Were Numerous, But Passage Of Time Has Wiped Out Many, by John Dater. In this article, Max Schrabisch's work as "New Jersey State Archaeologist" is referred to as well as his title of "Dr. Schrabisch."

 

189. Education: Germany Imperial Era - Present, by Katherine D. Kennedy

 

190. Indian Rock-Shelters in Northern New Jersey and Southern New York,†Passaic County, New Jersey, by Max Schrabisch.

 

191. Indian Rock-Shelters in Northern New Jersey and Southern New York, Morris County, New Jersey, by Max Schrabisch.

 

192. Indian Rock-Shelters in Northern New Jersey and Southern New York, Rockland County, New York, by Max Schrabisch.

 

193. Indian Rock-Shelters in Northern New Jersey and Southern New York, Orange County, New York, by Max Schrabisch.

 

194. Country Walks in Many Fields, Being Certain Choice Annals of the Paterson Rambling Club, By JOSEPH RYDINGS,1934, Paterson, New Jersey. DEDICATION, This Book Comprising the Writings of  JOSEPH RYDINGS Compiled by CARL F. SCHONDORF is Respectfully Dedicated to PHILMER EVES. In this introductory section, Max  Schrabisch is introduced as a new member of the Paterson Rambling Club.

 

195. Country Walks in Many Fields, Being Certain Choice Annals of the Paterson Rambling Club, By JOSEPH RYDINGS,1934, Paterson, New Jersey. DEDICATION, This Book Comprising the Writings of JOSEPH RYDINGS Compiled by CARL F. SCHONDORF is Respectfully Dedicated to PHILMER EVES. This section is entitled; " Prehistoric Paterson, Passaic Valley, and the Remains of a Vanished Race". Max Schrabisch elaborates on these topics in articles #135 and #153.

 

196. Garret Mountain Rock Shelter by Bernard Wuench, Jr., given before the Minsi Archaeological Society. A rockshelter excavated by Max Schrabisch is revisited by the author.

 

197. Cultural Resource Survey Garret Mountain Park Passaic County, NJ Max Schrabisch cited.

 

198. A review of Max Schrabisch's article, Mountain Haunts of the Coastal Algonquain, by Dr. Heather Young Leslie, University of Alberta.

 

199. Indian Trails Located in State Were Numerous, But Passage of Time Has Wiped Many Out, by John Dater. Max Schrabisch is mentioned in this article.

 

200. German version of Article #22. Aboriginal Haunt of Federal Hill, written by Max Schrabisch.

 

201. The North Jersey Country Club: The Geology, Archaeology, History and Topography by Max Schrabisch. Due to the length of this entry, arrangements have to be made concerning the number of sections to be copied.

 

202. Prehistoric Paterson: Some Picturesque Scenes of Old Time Indian Haunts, by Carl Schondorf. Max Schrabisch is cited as "my whilom friend."

 

203. Bulletin 9, A Preliminary Report of the Archaeological Survey of the State of New Jersey, compiled by Alanson Skinner and Max Schrabisch, 1913. Due to the length of this entry [85 pages], arrangements will be made to print it in part or in its entirety.

 

204. Aboriginal Vestiges of Garret Mountain, by Max Schrabisch.

 

205. Many Evidences of Old Indian Days in and Around Paterson, by Max Schrabisch.

 

206. Indian Rock Den Near Rosendale, by Max Schrabisch.

 

207. Schrabisch Sells Indian Relics: New Jersey State Museum Will Secure Local Collection.

 

208. INDIAN ROCK HOUSES FOUND HEREABOUTS, Caves Containing Relics of the Red Man Explored in New York and New Jersey. USED FOR HUNTING SHELTERS, Arrow Heads and Broken Pottery Still Found About Fire Places with Bones of Animals Killed in Chase. No byline.
The article opens with, "Among the relics of the days when Indians roamed the territory embraced in the present States of New York and New Jersey few are more interesting or lasting according to Max Schrabisch, who is doing some special work for the American Museum of Natural History, than the rock houses in which the Indian often sought refuge when tiring of his wigwams and huts."

 

209. Many Lenni Lenape Campsites And Shelters Located in Area, by John Y. Dater. In this article, Max Schrabisch is cited for his field work recorded in Bulletin 9, A Preliminary Report of the Archaeological Survey of the State of New Jersey.

 

210. Ramapo People Seek Recognitions as Indians. This article refers to Max Schrabisch as an archaeologist who proved that a camp ground utilized by the Tuscaroras was located in a meadow area in Mahwah, N. J.

 

211. Arrest Alleged Hun Spy, Man Had Been Making Maps in Vicinity of Ellenville and Napanoch, NATIVE OF GERMANY; HOME IN PATERSON Held in Kingston Jail Where He Will Be Turned Over To Federal Agents

 

212. Letter to Mr. George Winchester, Paterson Free Library, concerning articles for sale.

 

213. Excerpts from The Catskills From Wilderness to Woodstock, Max Schrabish's sojourn in the Catskill area.

 

214. A Lake Hopatcong Indian Rock Shelter, by Max Schrabisch.

 

215. Evolution of the Newspaper, by Max Schrabisch.

 

216. A Saddle River Rockshelter, by Max Schrabisch.

 

217. Note: Article # 22, Aboriginal Haunt On Federal Hill, is also available in German.

 



218. Local Men in Commandery, In this short article, Max is mentioned as being given an autographed letter by Colonel Theodore Roosevelt (Police Commissioner New York City, 1895-1897) inviting General Carl Schurz to meet him in New York City in order to discuss matters of civil service. The letter was reportedly prized by Max while he was, according to this article, Carl Schurzís private secretary, at which time he was writing Schurzís memoirs. no byline.



219. Too Much Centralization. This article written to the Editor of the Paterson Morning Call, expresses Maxís opinion of the Eighteenth Amendment.



220. Max Defends Dogs. Max comes to the rescue of ďmanís best friendĒ in a letter to the editor of the Paterson Morning Call.

 




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