Kolusuwakon (Passamaquoddy Words - Spirits and other Beings)
Mahtoqehs: snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus); (also, in general) rabbit
Mihkomuwehs: mihkomuwehsuhke … s/he uses spiritual powers for evil purposes
Cipelam: spirit of the night
Neqtaq neqtaqtek: … single-barreled shotgun
Pukcinsqehs: Stump woman - name of malicious woman in oral tradition
Sqewtomuhs: female apparition seen or heard crying eerily; swamp woman
Wonakomehs: little person who lives in among rocks
Lompekuwinuhsis: Water spirit
Putuwosuwin: Council member
Aputumkon: Sea serpent
Engineer notes: Cylinder shows some mold damage and there is groove damage at the beginning of the content.; FCP notes: "Pronunciation of Divinities in Passamaquoddy Mythology." Inaudible announcement.
Related Fewkes' fieldnotes are located at the National Anthropological Archives (ms. 4408:9) p. 32-33.; Translations in related collection: David Francis translations of the Jesse Walter Fewkes Passamaquoddy cylinder recordings (AFC 1983/025).