[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Photos 4 and 5 are details from a magnificent painting on cotton (muslin) in the collections of the University of Nebraska State Museum probably depicts The Battle of a Hundred Slain.
What does UNSM stand for?
UNSM stands for University of Nebraska State Museum (Lincoln, NE)
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- United Nations Commission on International Trade Law
- Universidad Nacional de San Juan (Spanish: National University of San Juan; Argentina)
- Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia San Juan Bosco (Spanish: National University of Patagonia, San Juan Bosco; Argentina)
- Universidad Nacional de San Luis (Argentina)
- Universidad Nacional San Luis Gonzaga (Spanish: San Luis Gonzaga National University; Ica, Peru)
- Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities (Canada)
- United Nations Service Medal
- United Nations Standard Message
- United Slavery National Slavery Museum
- University of Nevada School of Medicine
- United Nations Special Mission in Afghanistan
- United Nations Support Mission In Haiti
- United Nations Staff Mutual Insurance Society
- United Nations Security Management Team
- United Nations Space Navy (game)
- United Nations System of National Account
- Bureau des Nations Unies pour la Lutte Contre la Désertification (French: United Nations Office to Combat Desertification)
- United Nations Statistical Office
- United Nations Sudano-Sahelian Office
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The fossils reported here either reside in the University of Nebraska State Museum (UNSM) or the Michigan State University Museum (MSUVP).
Manter Parasitology Laboratory, University of Nebraska State Museum.
Although most individuals were released at night at the site of capture, a few were kept as voucher specimens and deposited at the University of Nebraska State Museum in Lincoln or at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
We have historical specimens preserved in the University of Nebraska State Museum that were collected at West Point and Lincoln around 1894, but, unfortunately, the Alcestis fritillary is now thought to be extinct in Nebraska today.
The North and South Platte rivers in Keith County were trapped in 1991 and 1992 by personnel from the University of Nebraska State Museum to determine the western limits of P.
In recent years the University of Nebraska State Museum has received two additional specimens of Tadarida brasiliensis mexicana from the state.