A Supplement to A Guide to Manuscripts Relating to the American Indian in the Library of the American Philosophical Society, Volume 65

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American Philosophical Society, 1982 - Reference - 168 pages
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Page 15 - Civilization and the American Indian in the Thought of the Jeffersonian Era
Page 46 - A Geological Reconnaissance of the Coal Fields of the Indian Territory,
Page 14 - MORAVIAN CHURCH ARCHIVES Records of the Moravian mission among the Indians of North America.
Page 110 - ... conclusions are drawn has too often been neglected. But wellknown names of linguists appear among the contributors of special studies, for From Language Learning 5.1-14 (1953-54). Reprinted by permission of the author and the Research Club in Language Learning. 1 This article is a revised and extended version of a paper presented at the meeting of the Linguistic Society of America in New York on December 30, 1951. instance Jacob Grimm, Schleicher, Grammont, Marcel Cohen, Jespersen, Gutzmann,...
Page vi - ... languages and ethnohistory ; and a substantial portion of them have been copied for the British Columbia Indian Language Project and the Ethnology Archives of the National Museum of Man in Ottawa. The Subcommittee on the Phillips Fund is composed of William N. Fenton of the State University of New York, CF Voegelin of Indiana University, Anthony FC Wallace of the University of Pennsylvania, and the Librarian. Professor Voegelin has served the committee with fidelity and resource for twenty years....
Page 74 - Notebooks contain Navajo texts with English translations. Slip files include: verb paradigms with divisions according to stem class; nouns; prefixes; particles; syllable types; etc.
Page 37 - Harbeck, Warren A. 1969. A study in mutual intelligibility and linguistic separation among five Siouan languages, ms.
Page 61 - Mexico since pre-Columbian times; at present they constitute the pueblos of Acoma, Laguna, Zia, Santa Ana, San Felipe, Santo Domingo, and Cochiti.
Page 39 - ROARK-CALNEK, SUE N. Indian way in Oklahoma: transactions in honor and legitimacy; 1977.
Page 74 - Includes: notes on various aspects of Navajo grammar and phonology; some comparisons with other Athapascan languages; some reconstructions for Proto- Athapascan.

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