In Honor of Mary Haas: From the Haas Festival Conference on Native American Linguistics

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William Shipley
Walter de Gruyter, 1988 - CONFERENCE. Native American Linguistics - 826 pages
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Based on the festival honoring eminent linguist Mary Haas, who, among other accomplishments, has been credited with helping preserve the languages of native California. Some 36 contributions written by Haas' former students and other researchers in the field pay tribute to her pioneering work. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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Contents

Bunte Pamela A and Robert J Franklin
15
Burn ham Jeff
37
Callaghan Catherine A
53
Casad Eugene H
77
Cline David
137
Crawford James M
157
DeLancey Scott Carol Genetti and Noel Rude
195
Drechsel Emanuel J
225
Langdon Margaret
483
Miller Wick R
497
Mithun Marianne
517
Munro Pamela
539
Nichols Johanna
557
Oswalt Robert L
611
Rankin Robert L
629
Rude Noel
651

Emanation Michele
265
Galloway Brent D
293
Goddard Ives
345
Hagberg Larry
361
Hardy Heather K and Timothy R Montler
377
Jelinek Eloise and Fernando Escalante
411
Kimball Geoffrey
431
Klein Sheldon
467
Scancarelli Janine
675
Shaul David L
693
Siebert Frank T
715
Stewart Anne M
765
Teeter Karl V
787
Ulrich Charles H
805
Index of Languages
819
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