In one of the most thorough studies ever prepared of a California language, Hill's grammar reviews the phonology, morphology, syntax and discourse features of Cupeno, a Uto-Aztecan takic language of California.
Cupeno exhibits many unusual typological features, including split ergativity, that require linguists to revise our understanding of the development of the Uto-Aztecan family of languages in historical and areal perspective. Help Centre. My Wishlist Sign In Join. Be the first to write a review. Add to Wishlist.
A Grammar of Cupeno
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Description Table of Contents Product Details Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Version of Harrington's Chemehuevi noun list, edited by Kenneth C. Karuk materials derived from J. Harrington's publications and field notes, including texts, placenames, lexica from Harrington's grammar of Karuk co-authored by Jim Ferrera.
Discussions of the manuscripts of Geronimo Boscana. A list of Harrington's consultants and abbreviations in his field notes. A proposal by Victor Golla to document Harrington's work. Descriptions of Harrington's holdings in archives. A draft manuscript describing Harrington's Washo language work, by William H.
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Harrington Database Project Newsletter. Also included are reprints and conference papers. Concerns etymologies, their various dictionary works, and includes a transcription of the Serrano story "The Coyote and the Flood", a list of Serrano placenames, and a draft manuscript on Serrano clitics.
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In addition to reprints, includes a New Year card from detailing the Hinton geneology from until , and a pen drawing of a hybrid coyote-human. Concerns Hispanisms Spanish loanwords into languages of America. Includes conference papers and other printed sources. See Series 7 "Hispanisms" for a product of this research. Concerns Holmes' Devanagari Lucida Sans typeface, other Indic script typefaces, and personal conversation. Includes a publication of a text in 'Clackamas-Chinook', narrated by Victoria Howard.
Request for assistance publishing a manuscript draft titled "Creating an Orthography Description" included. Correspondence concerning their respective poetry and Bright's editorship of Language in Society, and a biography of Morris Swadesh. Related correspondence. Unicode charts for Indic scripts. Concerns comments on Katzenberger's manuscript "Expository text organization", submitted for the Written Language and Literacy journal.
Concerns complaints made by Kaye about the editorial practices of Sarah G. Thomason of the journal 'Language', and includes full correspondence between the two. Concerns Kelly's publication series 'Strukturtypologie des Tricksters', and includes the series itself. Concerns the first volume of an unnamed series, possibly on Athabaskan languages, relating to the Alaska Native Language Center. Emeneau held at California. Discussions of the creation of pedagogical materials, texts, audio recordings and dictionaries of the Karuk language.
Includes California placenames. Concerns interpretations of a J. Concerns a list of publications on the Hmong and a submission of a review for Anthropological Linguistics. Concerns the Karuk language, particularly color categorization with comments on MacLaury's paper on the same, and Karuk speakers. Concerns a potential fellowship at the Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. Includes application papers. Principle correspondent: Flavia Hodges.
Concerns transcriptions of Karuk audio recordings made in the s and s.
Survey of California and Other Indian Languages
Includes Karuk interlinear texts and pedagogical materials. Concerns the journal Language not having reviewed 'Illich-Svitych's Nostratic Theory', and subsequent disagreements. Primary concerns work on the Timucua grammar by Father Friar Francisco Pareja, including a translation and transliteration of the original. Concerns the etymologies of 'Yankee' and Cherokee placenames, corrections and additions to Masthay's publication "Schmick's Mahican Dictionary", and photographs of Masthay and David H. Pentland taken in and respectively. Correspondence with possibly S.
Katre concerning Bright A Note on Visarga. Bulletin of Deccan College Mehendale had an article published in the same bulletin. Correspondence discusses a broad range of research, especially phonology and writing systems of the languages of East and Central Asia. The correspondence is authored by Robert A. Stafford to Miyaoka. Concerns the conference 'Traditional Cultures and their Environment', and includes proceedings and Bright's submission.
Moser's handwritten and typeset notes on Seri morphology, a brief lexicon, and possible cognates with Chontal, Karuk and Quechan. Copy of Fortnight Magazine article on the Seri from Munro's materials consist of a considerable volume of draft and pre-publication manuscripts, some of which may be original. Concerns a request for advice on publishing a book on language and myth among the Hupa, Yurok and Karuk of Northwestern California; and correspondence with others on O'Neill's publications and tenureship. Responses to requests for references on the Pau Chin Hau script, including copies of published materials, from Wake Forest University and the University of Illinois.
Correspondence concerns the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society's first call for papers. A 7-page bibliography of Hmong with an additional list of publication locations is included. Concerns short biographical essays on scholars of onomastics, for the 50th anniversary of the American Name Society. Bright's draft biographies are included, alongside a brief essay on Bright's own interest in place names.
Reviews, comments, corrections and some of Bright's own work on his publication "California Place Names". Correspondence and print. Reviews of Bright Native American placenames of the United States. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. Includes typeset addenda to Alan Hartley's review, containing corrections to the publication. Concerns Risling's M. Primarily concerns revised maps and text of the North America chapter of the Atlas of the World's Languages much correspondence is with Marianne Mithun. Also a review of Alison Phipps' proposal 'Language Stories'.
Runyon was representing the United States Geological Survey. Includes sections from relevant publications and newspaper articles. Concerns Steever's publication 'The Dravidian Languages', and a request for William Bright to submit an article towards it. Concerns the sending of books from William Bright to Dr.
Conference handouts, timetable, and Bright's certificate of attendance.
Conference titled "Toponimos nahuas en los EE. Comments on Unseth's manuscript draft 'Sociolinguistic parallels between choosing scripts and languages'. Concerns orthography in Guatemala and other areas of Latin America, related to a publication on Quechua orthography. Includes copies of writing and correspondence by Marilyn Henne. Concerns an accompanying article on Tamil syntax, and inquiries preparing for a Tamil grammar and pedagogical courses. Elicitation drawings for fieldwork sent by the Archives of Languages of the World Indiana University , with correspondence requesting that any produced audio from them be sent so that a copy be made at the Archives.
Bound copy, with Bright's title [Richard? Issues 4. Pete, Shem. Diqelas Tukda. Original photograph, article photocopies and newspaper clippings concerning the Batak bark book manuscripts held at Princeton. Bhattacharya, Pramod Chandra. Gauhati, Assam: New Press. A Bibliography of the Cahuilla Indians of California. English-language word list for elicitation of Californian languages, containing ca. The Cahuilla Indians of Southern California. Banning, CA: Malki Museum. Includes photographs from the Lowie Museum, Berkeley.
Calendars produced by Justin F. Farmer Transportation Engineers Inc. Browne, J. Reprint, but no publication details provided. Brown, Vinson. Heizer, Robert F. Catalogue of the C. Berkeley, CA: U. Bound, 80 pages. The Chemehuevi Indians of Southern California. Pala, CA: Alderbooks. I'isniyatam Designs. Banning, California: Malki Museum Press. The Indians of California: A Syllabus. California: UC Berkeley.
Robert Heizer's course syllabus for Anthropology XB , bound. American Friends Service Committee. Indians of California Past and Present. Supahan, Sarah ed. Blake, George Jr. Native American Arts Directory Chesnut, V. Washington: Government Printing Office. Johnston, Frank. The Serrano Indians of Southern California. Bound copy of Mary Haas' blank ca. Haas' copy is available at: Mss. White, John. Genesis, or the First Book of Moses. Leman, Wayne. Cheyenne Topical Dictionary. Revised edition. MO: Cheyenne Translation Project.
Bound copy, pages. Nicklas, Thurston Dale. Choctaw Morphology. Oklahoma: Choctaw Bilingual Education Program. Language lessons are appended, no title or details of publication. Includes note from Nicklas to Bright. Portrait of two unidentified native Californians from the 'News from Native California' magazine, used as the interior of an envelope. McManamom, Francis P.
Survey of California and Other Indian Languages · California Language Archive
Washington D. Carillo, Fr. Wentz, Roby. California: R.
Wentz and Grant Dahlstrom. Gursky, K. Nortorf, Germany: Volkerkundliche Arbeitsgemeinschaft. Bound copy. Pattayanak, D. Extrapolated from the Indian census. Peter, Katherine. Anchorage, AK: University of Alaska. Correspondence with several people including Annie C. Bright's comparisons of Hmong orthographies. Jackson, Michigan: Pragmatics International. Photocopies of a variety of Hmong materials, mostly pedagogical or relating to services of Denver, CO hospitals. The first two volumes of "Nkauj Hmoob Suab Ncha" magazine, a description of the association, and invitations to events.
Kennard, Edward A. Field Mouse Goes to War. History of the Hoopa Tribe. Parsons, Thomas et al. The Hupa Language: Literature and Culture. Third Edition. Tac, Pablo. Folder containing details and brochures of the Indigenous Language Institute, NM, including copies of the newsletter. Vicenti, Carson. Jicarilla Apache Dictionary. Bound copy, 53 pages. Marginalia by Bright. Yool G. Rub'is Jun Mayab' Tristeza de un Maya.
Guatemala: Proyeto Linguistico Francisco Marroquin. Drafts of Karuk language lessons, "Acorn Unit", with marginalia by Bright. Approximately 80 pages. Story in Karuk and English. McDonald, James A. Bound publication, earmarked at 5 pages about the Karuk. Norgaard, Kari Marie. Self-printed using a home printer. Over 60 pages. Karuk Fishing. California: Bilingual Education Program. Typescripts of Karuk stories recorded by J. Harrington some published , with Karuk and parallel English, and handwritten corrections by Lottie Beck. Karuk language picture book pamphlet.
Dictated by Phoebe Maddux to John P. Harrington in December Edited by Julian Lang and Wiliam Bright. Includes correspondence between Lang and Bright. Class Schedule. Kennedy, Mary Jean. Karok Life Stories. Palmer, Gary. California: Klamath National Forest. Report for the Klamath National Forest. Karuk Lesson Book. Bound copy, 16 pages. Transcription by Jim Ferrara. Draft 2. In Karuk with interlinear English translation. Includes glossary. Hotelling, Wesley E. My Life with the Kar-ooks, Miners and Forestry. California: Wesley E. Photocopies from various California-based newspapers about Karuk language, culture and land reclaim.
Supahan, Sarah et al. Several draft sections of the possibly unpublished book by Jim Ferrara, with marginalia by Bright. Over pages. Davis, Barbara J. California: Siskiyou County Museum. Bound photocopy. Single page from the Southern Oregonian magazine. The article describes Elaine and Nisha Supahan. Transcribed and published in by Jamie de Angulo and L.
Retold in by Emily Donahue. Retranscribed and edited by William Bright. Transcription and translation of Karuk story told by Georgia Henry Orcutt, in English translation by E. Lowie, Robert H. Letters from Edward Sapir to Robert H. Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! In one of the most thorough studies ever prepared of a California language, Hill's grammar reviews the phonology, morphology, syntax and discourse features of Cupeno, a Uto-Aztecan takic language of California.
Cupeno exhibits many unusual typological features, including split ergativity, that require linguists to revise our understanding of the development of the Uto-Aztecan family of languages in historical and areal perspective. Help Centre. My Wishlist Sign In Join.
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