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Lower Umpqua texts ; and, Notes on the Kusan dialects

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Published by Columbia University Press, Brill in New York, Leyden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America,
  • Kuitsh Indians,
  • Kuitsh language,
  • Umpqua Indians,
  • Kusan languages,
  • Coos Indians,
  • Mythology,
  • North American Indians

  • Edition Notes

    Kuitsh texts with English translation.

    Statementby Leo J. Frachtenberg
    SeriesColumbia University contributions to anthropology -- vol. IV.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 156 pages ;
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26319785M

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Vocabulary was published in Lower Umpqua Texts and Notes on the Kusan Dialects on page Lower Umpqua texts and notes on the Kusan dialects / by Leo J. Frachtenberg. Other records: Kuitsh texts with English translation.

Notes: Frachtenberg, Leo Joachim, Lower Umpqua texts and Notes on the Kusan dialects. OCLC: Online: COVID Special Access from HathiTrust — Full text access only for students. Siuslaw / ˈ s aɪ juː s l ɑː / was the language of the Siuslaw people and Lower Umpqua people of is also known as Lower Umpqua; Upper Umpqua (or simply Umpqua) was an Athabaskan Siuslaw language had two dialects: Siuslaw proper (Šaayušła) and Lower Umpqua (Quuiič).

Siuslaw is usually considered to belong to the Penutian phylum, and may form part of a Coast Oregon Ethnicity: Siuslaw people. Frachtenberg, Leo J. Alsea Texts and Myths.

Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC. Frachtenberg, Leo J. Coos Fieldnotes.

Office of Anthropology Archives, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC. Frachtenberg, Leo J. Lower Umpqua Texts and Notes on the Kusan Dialects. Lower Umpqua texts and Notes on the Kusan dialects / (New York: Columbia University Press, ), by Leo Joachim Frachtenberg (page images at HathiTrust) Lower Umpqua texts:.

Leo J. Frachtenberg is the author of Coos Texts ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Ceremonial Societies Of The Quileute Indians. Lower Umpqua texts and notes on the Kusan dialects. Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology (Vol.

4, pp. (ReprintedNew York: AMS Press). Frachtenberg, Leo Joachim (). Coos texts. Columbia University Press; Atlas of languages of intercultural communication in the Pacific, Asia, and the AmericasEthnicity: Coos people. Brer Anancy and Brer Pelican Book is about a spider called Brer Anancy, who lives Lower Umpqua texts ; and South Caicos and always wanted to travel to Grand Turk to see the landmarks on the island.

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Frachtenberg Leo Joachim Frachtenberg [ Book: ] Languages: English;North American Indian (Other), [1 other] View online At 4 libraries. Leo J. Frachtenberg, Lower Umpqua Texts and Notes on the Kusan Dialects (New York: Columbia University Press, ), Frachtenberg, Alsea Texts, 9 Leo J.

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Brill, ). The vocabulary is pp. An alternative form for testicles is pawks. It is presumably in what Frachtenberg calls the discriminative case, but shows a. There are a few other forms in Hymes's field notes of with the Barrett family and in Jacobs's scanty Lower Umpqua lexical field notes from Spencer Scott.

There are also unpublished texts collected from Mrs. Louisa Smith in Lower Umpqua in Frachten- berg's field notebooks, which Frachtenberg apparently did not publish be- cause they. Lower Umpqua Texts and Notes on the Kusan Dialects (Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology, Vol. New York: Columbia University Press.

New Cited by: 1. Coos, Lower Umpqua & Siuslaw people carved shinny balls (used in a game rather like field hockey) from the root of black huckleberries (as well as the roots of two other members of the heath family, rhododendron and kinnick-kinnick).

The balls were small, about two inches in diameter. Lower Umpqua Texts and Notes on the Kusan Dialects (Columbia Contributions to Anthropology Volume IV) New York: AMS Press, Reprint.

Cloth. 8vo, pp. Light wear at head and heel of spine, light foxing and soiling to covers, page edges foxed, otherwise unmarked. Document title: Lower Umpqua Texts, vol 1 Number of pages: 76 Place: Siletz, Oregon Tribal Groups: Lower Umpqua Ethnographer: Frachtenberg, Leo J.

Languages: Lower Umpqua Informant: Louisa Smith, Tom Smith Description of document: Linguistic texts in the Lower Umpqua language. The story of linguistic research in the Northwest is a complex and varied one. 1 Inextricably intertwined with the rich and varied cultures of the indigenous peoples who speak those languages, it has drawn fascinated field researchers from all over the world, and it promises to yield yet untold riches in the variety of human expression and the.

Frachtenberg, Leo Joachim, Lower Umpqua texts and Notes on the Kusan dialects. (Columbia University contributions to anthropology) v p. New York: Columbia University Press; OSU Libraries: Valley GN4.C6 v.4, Digital Open Access.

Lower Umpqua Texts and Notes on the Kusan Dialects. Columbia University Press, New York, NY: pp. *Frachtenberg, Leo J. Alsea Texts and Myths. Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin Government Printing Office, Washington, DC: pp.

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Lower Umpqua vocabulary and grammatical notes, spoken by the Yakonan-speaking Indians formerly living on Umpqua Bay, Oregon Scope and Contents Approximately 65 pages original notes; approximately 80 pages and 1 kinship chart in schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages Penny, Mark, Joanna Penny, and Pendur Durnath Rao.

“Gondi language phrase book: A book of commonly used Kolami language phrases and sentences,” Penny, Mark, Joanna Penny, and Pendur Durnath Rao. Gondi dictionary: Gondi-English-Hindi-Telugu and semantic category listing. Utnoor: Integrated Tribal Development Agency, Schultze.

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natives of India) for the hitherto The name “American Indians.” unknown human beings, some of whom he brought back to Europe with him. NORTH AMERICAN. INDIANS The name of " American Indians " for the aborigines of America had its origin in the use by Columbus, in a letter (February ) written "Ameri-soon after the discovery of the New World, of the term Indios (i.e.

natives of India) for the hitherto unknown human beings, some of whom he brought back to Europe with him. He believed, as did the people of his age in general. Contact-induced linguistics change (or CILC) has been a feature of all known languages, ancient and modern, and has manifested itself in a great number of ways, which have on occasion interacted; the matter involves a great deal more than the mere transfer of cultural lexicon from one linguistic system to another, although this is probably the most widespread form of CILC and the easiest for Author: Anthony P.

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