Finding Aid to the Margaret Langdon Papers, 1957-2001

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Finding Aid to the Margaret Langdon Papers, 1957-2001

Collection Number: BANC MSS 2005/238

The Bancroft Library



University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, California
Finding Aid Written By:
Janice Otani
Date Completed:
May 2013
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Collection Summary

Collection Title: Margaret Langdon papers
Date (inclusive): 1957-2001
Collection Number: BANC MSS 2005/238
Creators : Margaret Langdon
Extent: Number of containers: 29 cartons, 63 boxes Linear feet: 48.85
Repository: The Bancroft Library
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California, 94720-6000
Phone: (510) 642-6481
Fax: (510) 642-7589
Email: bancref@library.berkeley.edu
URL: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/
Abstract: The Margaret Langdon papers contain correspondence; proposals and projects, primarily the Comparative Dictionary of Yuman Languages consisting of correspondence, contracts, evaluations, data entries, and drafts. Also included are Langdon's conference and workshop presentations along with numerous articles published in professional journals. The bulk of the collection contains research materials of Langdon and other anthropologists, linguists, language consultants, and students. They include correspondence, papers, workshop handouts, grammar notes, transcriptions, student papers, language lessons, articles, and notes. The research concentrates mainly on Native American languages such as Cocopa, Diegueño, Karuk, Kumeyaay, Mohave, Paipai, Yavapai, Yuman; from the areas of Southern California, Baja California, the Southwest, and Northwest Mexico. Included are the research of James Crawford, Judy Crawford, Ted Couro, Leanne Hinton, Abraham Halpern, Judith Joel, and Pamela Munro. Many unpublished field notes and language slips/notes were moved by Langdon from the University of California, San Diego archive collections of Yuman languages to The Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. There are some biographical information for Langdon and her class notebooks from the University of California at Berkeley, a few under the name of Margaret Hoffman. Langdon's teaching materials include mainly courses in Linguistics and Anthropology at the University of California at San Diego from 1965-1991.
Languages Represented: Collection materials are in English
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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Margaret Langdon Papers, BANC MSS 2005/238, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Alternate Forms Available

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Separated Material

Photographs have been transferred to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library, BANC PIC 2005.186.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Langdon, Margaret, 1926-2005--Archives
Historical linguistics
Indians of North America--California--Languages
Linguistics--Congresses
Yuman languages
Hokan languages
Kumiai language
Indians--Languages
Proto-Yuman language
Indians of North America--Arizona
Diegueño Indians
Yuman Indians
Indians of Mexico
Paipai language
Karok language
Mohave language
Cocopa language
Field notes.
Halpern, Abraham M. (Abraham Meyer), 1914-
Munro, Pamela
Hinton, Leanne
Joël, Judith
Online Archive of California

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

The Margaret Langdon Papers were given to The Bancroft Library by Loni Langdon on May 17, 2005.

Accruals

No additions are expected.

System of Arrangement

Arranged to the folder level.

Processing Information

Processed by Janice Otani in 2013

Biographical Information

Margaret Langdon was born in Belgium and immigrated to the United States where she attended the University of California at Berkeley, receiving her doctoral degree in 1966. For her dissertation, she did her fieldwork deciphering the spelling and grammar of Mesa Grande's Diegueño dialect in the San Diego area and worked with elders, Ted Couro and Christina Hutcheson, to create the first local Indian dictionary. During her years of teaching at the University of California at San Diego from 1965 to 1991, her contributions also included numerous publications on the native languages of Southern California and the Southwest. Langdon, professor emeritus of linguistics, was the primary expert in Kumeyaay, Northern Diegueño (Ipai) and Luiseño dialects. She was the leading figure in Hokan Studies and a founding member of the Society for the Study of Indigenous Languages of the Americas, serving as their president in 1985. Langdon died at the age of 79 in 2005.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Margaret Langdon papers contain correspondence; proposals and projects, primarily the Comparative Dictionary of Yuman Languages consisting of correspondence, contracts, evaluations, data entries, and drafts. Also included are Langdon's conference and workshop presentations along with numerous articles published in professional journals. The bulk of the collection contains research materials of Langdon and other anthropologists, linguists, language consultants, and students. They include correspondence, papers, workshop handouts, grammar notes, transcriptions, student papers, language lessons, articles, and notes. The research concentrates mainly on Native American languages such as Cocopa, Diegueño, Karuk, Kumeyaay, Mohave, Paipai, Yavapai, Yuman; from the areas of Southern California, Baja California, the Southwest, and Northwest Mexico. Included are the research of James Crawford, Judy Crawford, Ted Couro, Leanne Hinton, Abraham Halpern, Judith Joel, and Pamela Munro. Many unpublished field notes and language slips/notes were moved by Langdon from the University of California, San Diego archive collections of Yuman languages to The Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. There are some biographical information for Langdon and her class notebooks from the University of California at Berkeley, a few under the name of Margaret Hoffman. Langdon's teaching materials include mainly courses in Linguistics and Anthropology at the University of California at San Diego from 1965-1991.

Container List

 

Series 1 Professional activities 1963-2001

Physical Description: Cartons 1-5; Carton 6, Folders 1-6.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Contains correspondence with colleagues; proposals for projects, particularly the Comparative Dictionary of the Yuman Languages; conference materials, including programs, presentations, workshop handouts; writings consisting of articles, typescript drafts, reprints, photocopies, handwritten notes, and background materials.
Carton 1, Folder 1-16

Correspondence 1963-1970, 1977-2001

 

Proposals/projects

Carton 1, Folder 17

Yuman Languages of the Southwest: Reconstruction of Proto-Yuman (principal investigator) National Science Foundation (NSF) Washington, D.C. 1974-1977

 

Collection and Analysis of Data on Selected Languages of the Pomoan Family (principal investigator with Abraham M. Halpern) NSF and University of California, San Diego (UCSD)

Carton 1, Folder 18

Proposal 1983-1985

Carton 1, Folder 19

Correspondence 1983-1987

 

Descriptive Grammar of Sumu (principal investigator with Susan Norwood) NSF

Carton 1, Folder 20

Proposal 1984-1987

Carton 1, Folder 21

Correspondence 1984-1990

 

Comparative Dictionary of the Yuman Languages (principal investigator) NSF

Carton 1, Folder 22

Proposal 1984-1986

Carton 1, Folder 23

Supplement to Comparative Dictionary of the Yuman Languages proposal 1986-1987

Carton 1, Folder 24-26

Correspondence 1983-1988

Carton 1, Folder 27

Summary descriptions of center contracts and grants 1984-1987

Carton 1, Folder 28

Comparative Dictionary of the Yuman Languages: Pitfalls, Lessons, Rewards by Langdon undated

Carton 1, Folder 29

Evaluations 1987

Carton 1, Folder 30

Finances 1985-1987

Carton 1, Folder 31-34

Data entry and uploading information 1984-1990

Carton 1, Folder 35

Notebook undated

Carton 2, Folder 1-5

Formatted drafts with editing notes 1987 May-June

Carton 2, Folder 6-12

Drafts 1987

Carton 3, Folder 1-13

Drafts 1987-1988

 

Campo Band of Mission Indians

Carton 3, Folder 14

Correspondence, background information 1999, undated

Carton 3, Folder 15-19

English-Campo Kumeyaay Lexicon and Campo-English Kumayaay Dictionary (linguist with Richard Epstein) Elders Nelda Rios, et al.; Delores Cuero, project director; drafts 1995, 1996, 1998

Carton 3, Folder 20

English-Yuma Dictionary (with Amy Miller) correspondence, draft 2000

 

Conference presentations/writings

 

Proto-Yuman Verb Morphology (paper) American Anthropological Association 65th annual meeting, Fifth Conference on American Indian Languages

Carton 3, Folder 21

Paper, research materials 1966 November 18

Carton 3, Folder 22-23

Notes, draft 1966

Carton 3, Folder 24

Kumeyaay elicitation from Delfina Cuero June 14, 1966 (with Florence Shipak) 1966

Carton 3, Folder 25

The Native Languages of San Diego County (paper) San Diego Historical Convention, 3rd annual 1967 March 9-11

Carton 3, Folder 26

Bibliography of Hokan-Coahuiltecan 1968

Carton 3, Folder 27

The Proto-Yuman Demonstrative System; Folia Linguistica, Vol. 2, Nos. 1-2 1968

Carton 3, Folder 28

Diegueño dialects (paper) American Anthropological Association (San Diego, California) 1970

 

Metathesis in Yuman Languages (paper) American Anthropological Association (Toronto, Canada) Language, 52:866-883 (1976)

Carton 3, Folder 29

Drafts 1972 November

Carton 3, Folder 30

Notes, research materials 1972

Carton 3, Folder 31

Auxiliary Verb Constructions in Yuman (paper) American Anthropological Association (Mexico City, Mexico) Journal of California Anthropology Papers in Linguistics (1978) 1974 November

Carton 3, Folder 32-33

Diegueño dialects; Yuman workshop (San Diego, California) handouts of other participants, notes 1975 June 17-18

Carton 4, Folder 1

Subject and (Switch) Reference in Yuman (with Pamela Munro) Language Society of America (San Francisco, California) 1975 Winter

Carton 4, Folder 2

Yuma (Kwtsaan) after 40 Years (presentation) American Anthropological Association (San Francisco, California) 1975

Carton 4, Folder 3

Review: A Grammar of Eastern Pomo by Sally McLendon; University of California Publications in Linguistics 74 1975

Carton 4, Folder 4

Native American Languages Session (moderator) The Southwestern Anthropological Association (San Francisco, California) 1976 April 14-18

Carton 4, Folder 5

The Story of Eagle's Nest: A Diegueño Text; Yuman Texts (editor) 1976

 

Stress, Length, and Pitch in Yuman Languages (paper) Stressfest1976; Southern California Occasional Papers in Linguistics (1977)

Carton 4, Folder 6

Drafts, handout, background materials 1976

Carton 4, Folder 7

Stress level charts 1976

Carton 4, Folder 8

Syntactic Diversity in Diegueño Dialects (presentation) Proceedings of the First Yuman Languages Workshop (James E. Redden, editor) University Museum Studies 7 (1976) 1976

Carton 4, Folder 9

The Reshaping of "Same Subject" Markers in Diegueño, Cocopa, and Kiliwa (presentation) Hokan-Yuman Workshop (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1977 June

Carton 4, Folder 10

The Origin of Possession Markers in Yuman (presentation) Proceedings of the 1977 Hokan-Yuman Languages Workshop (James E. Redden, editor) Occasional Papers in Linguistics (1978) 1977

Carton 4, Folder 11

Morphology, the Lexicon, and American Indian Language (paper) WECOL (Victoria, British Columbia) 1977 October

Carton 4, Folder 12

California t/ṭ (with Shirley Silver) American Anthropological Association (Houston, Texas) Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology Papers in Linguistics 1977

Carton 4, Folder 13

Animal talk in Cocopa, International Journal of American Linguistics 1978

Carton 4, Folder 14

Some Inconclusive Remarks on Aspect and Yuman (presentation) Hokan Workshop 1978

Carton 4, Folder 15-16

All-Yuman Language and Cultural Workshop (session instructor) San Diego State University 1978-1979

 

Some Thoughts on Hokan with Particular Reference to Yuman and Pomoan; The Language of Native America (Lyle Campbell and Marianne Mithun, editors)

Carton 4, Folder 17

Drafts, correspondence, word lists 1976-1978

Carton 4, Folder 18

Handout language sheets, notes 1976-1978

Carton 4, Folder 19

Yuman Numerals (with Pamela Munro) American Indian and Indoeuropean Studies (Kathryn Klar, Margaret Langdon, Shirley Silver, editors) 1980

Carton 4, Folder 20

At the Edge of Switch Reference (presenter) International Symposium on Switch-Reference and Universal Grammar (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) 1981, May 8-10

Carton 4, Folder 21

Review: Bibliography of the Languages of Native California by William Bright 1982

Carton 4, Folder 22

Book notice: Hualapa: Reference Grammar by Lucille J. Watahomigie, et al., Language 1982

Carton 4, Folder 23

Linguistic Convergence in North America (presenter) Department of Anthropology Colloquium; University of California, San Diego 1983 April 25

Carton 4, Folder 24

Yuman Switch-Reference in Typological Perspective (presenter) colloquium 1983 June 3

Carton 4, Folder 25

Conjunctions and Adverbs in Yuman Languages (presenter) Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas (Chicago, Illinois) International Journal of American Linguistics 1983

 

Hokan-Siouan Revisited (paper) Edward Sapir Centenary Conference (Ottawa, Canada) New Perspectives in Language, Culture, and Personality: Proceedings of the Edward Sapir Centenary Conference (William Cowan, Michael K. Foster, and Konraz Koerner, editors) 1986

Carton 4, Folder 26

Bibliographic information, précis of paper, program, background grammar papers and notes 1984

Carton 4, Folder 27

Language slips, notes 1984

Carton 4, Folder 28

Vowel Ablaut and Its Functions in Yuman (paper) American Anthropological Association (Denver, Colorado) General and Amerindian Ethnolinguistics: In Remembrance of Stanley Newman (Mary Ritchie Kay and Henry M. Hoenigswald, editors) 1989 1984

Carton 4, Folder 29

India: A Linguist's Paradise (speech) New Year's Day celebration; University of California, San Diego 1985 April 13

Carton 4, Folder 30

The Role of Muskogean and Yuman in Sapir's Hokan (presenter) Hokan-Penutian Workshop (La Jolla, California) 1985

Carton 4, Folder 31

Did Proto-Yuman Have a Prefix *a:-? Studia Linguistica Diachronica et Synchronica (U. Pieper and G. Stickel, editors), festschrift for Werner Winter 1985

Carton 4, Folder 32

Complements of "say" in Yuman (presenter) American Anthropological Association (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 1986

Carton 4, Folder 33

Number Supplement in Yuman (paper) In honor of Mary Haas: From the Haas festival conference on Native American languages (William Shipley, editor) 1988 1986

Carton 4, Folder 34

Kumeyaay Names (with Florence Shipak) circa 1986

Carton 4, Folder 35

Workshop on Linguistic Change and Reconstruction Methodology (presenter/participant) Linguistic Society of America Summer Institute; Stanford University, California 1987 July 28- August 1

Carton 4, Folder 36

More on Hokan Verb Structure (presenter) Hokan-Penutian Workshop (Eugene, Oregon) 1988 June 16-18

 

Barona Tribal Dictionary (editor and compiler with Arlette Poutous) Barona Tribal Council (Lakeside, California) Lenora Banegas, Dora Curo, Charles Magginni, Isabel Magee (native speakers/consultants)

Carton 4, Folder 37-38

Drafts, interview of Lenora Banegas 1976, 1988

Carton 4, Folder 39

Newspaper articles 1975, 1977

Carton 4, Folder 40

The Sapir Tradition (speech/award recipient) Linguistic Society of America; Sapir Professor Award 1989

Carton 4, Folder 41-42

Diegueño: How Many Languages? (presenter) Proceedings of the 1990 Hokan-Penutian Languages Workshop (James E. Redden, editor) Occasional Papers in Linguistics 1990 June 22-23

Carton 5, Folder 1

Yuman predicate nominals revisited (paper) Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas; A Festschrift for William F. Shipley (Sandra Chung, editor) 1991 1990

Carton 5, Folder 2

An extended word family in Yuman: the sound symbolic root **Xw VR (presenter) Hokan-Penutian Workshop (Santa Cruz, California) 1991 July 1-2

Carton 5, Folder 3

Review: The Collected Works of Edward Sapir, Vol. V: American Indian Languages I (William Bright, editor) 1990 1991

 

Yuman Plurals: From Derivation to Inflection to Noun Agreement; International Journal of American Linguistics

Carton 5, Folder 4

Correspondence, drafts 1992

Carton 5, Folder 5

Notes, background materials 1992, undated

Carton 5, Folder 6

An Early Diegueño Wordlist (presenter) Hokan-Penutian Languages Conference and J.P. Harrington Conference (Santa Barbara, California) Occasional Papers on Linguistics 1992

Carton 5, Folder 7

Referee paper: Amerind *T'A?NA 'Child' by Merritt Ruhlen 1992

 

Kroeber and Harrington on Mesa Grande Diegueño (Iipay), (paper) Proceedings of the 1993 meeting of the Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas and the Hokan-Penutian workshop; Survey of California and Other Indian Languages, Report 8 (1994)

Carton 5, Folder 8

Conference schedule, drafts 1993 July 2-4

Carton 5, Folder 9

Notes, background materials 1992-j1994

Carton 5, Folder 10

Noise Words in Guaraní (paper) Sound Symbolism (Leanne Hinton, Johanna Nichols, and John Ohala, editors) 1994

 

Homophonous versus polysemous roots: Remarks on the semantic structure of the Proto-Yuman Lexicon (with Leanne Hinton) Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas and Hokan-Penutian Workshop (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

Carton 5, Folder 11

Drafts, meeting handouts 1995 July 5-9

Carton 5, Folder 12

Background materials 1995, undated

Carton 5, Folder 13

Bibliography of the Yuman Languages (1995 update) and Wordlists on Yuman languages from Smithsonian in Yuman Archive, UCSD; Proceedings of the Hokan-Penutian Workshops 1994 and 1995 (Victor Giola and Leanne Hinton, editors) 1996 1995

Carton 5, Folder 14

Lessons from the Field: a Retrospective (presentation) Linguistic Society of America; comment papers by Ken Hale and Pamela Munro 1996 January

Carton 5, Folder 15

Mary Haas as a Teacher (presenter) Mary Haas Memorial Session; University of California, Berkeley 1996 June 28

Carton 5, Folder 16

Notes on Internal Reconstruction in Highland Oaxaca Chontal (presenter) Hokan-Penutian Workshop (Berkeley, California) 1996

 

Yuman Complements of 'say' in Historical Perspective; Wick Miller memorial volume

Carton 5, Folder 17

Correspondence, drafts 1996

Carton 5, Folder 18

Notes, background materials 1996, undated

Carton 5, Folder 19

Some Mysteries in the Reconstruction of Proto-Yuman (paper) Berkeley Linguistics Society conference 1996

Carton 5, Folder 20

Yuman plurals in grammar, history, and discourse (paper) circa 1996

Carton 5, Folder 21

Review of article: When an Indian Language is Gone by Jeannette De Wyze 1997 February 13

 

Kar?ùk Native Accounts of the Quechan Mourning Ceremong: A.M. Halpern (editor with Amy Miller)

Carton 5, Folder 22

Correspondence, abstract, notes 1997

Carton 5, Folder 23-26

Drafts 1997

 

Mesa Grande Iipay Oratory and Narrative (with Dell Hymes) The life of language: Papers in linguistics in honor of William Bright (Jane H. Hill, P.J. Mistry, and Lyle Campbell, editors)

Carton 5, Folder 27

Proposal for paper, drafts 1997

Carton 5, Folder 28-29

Background materials, notes 1994, undated

Carton 5, Folder 30

Bibliography of Yuman Languages undated

Carton 5, Folder 31

Boundaries and Lenition in Yuman Languages undated

Carton 6, Folder 1

The Kumeyaay (Diegueño) Language undated

Carton 6, Folder 2

Object-Subject Pronominal Prefixes in La Huerta Diegueño (with Leanne Hinton) undated

Carton 6, Folder 3

The Proto-Yuman Vowel System undated

Carton 6, Folder 4

Sound Symbolism in Yuman Languages undated

Carton 6, Folder 5

Syntactic Change and SOV Structure: The Yuman Case undated

Carton 6, Folder 6

Yuman "And" undated

 

Series 2 Research materials 1816-2000

Physical Description: Carton 6, Folders 7-46; Cartons 7-20.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Content Note

Contains research work of Langdon, including her field methods notebooks as a student (Hoffman) and other anthropologists, linguists, language consultants, and students. Included are unpublished field notes, word lists, correspondence, papers, workshop handouts grammar notes, transcriptions, student papers, language lessons, articles, notes, and photocopied materials (date of material). There are also numerous boxes of research language slips. Some of the languages included are Cocopa, Diegueño, Havasupai, Jiaque, Karuk, Kumeyaay, Kwtsaan, Maricopa, Mohave, Navajo, Paipai, Yavapai, and Yuman.
 

Anthropologists, linguists, language consultants, students

Carton 6, Folder 7

Roster of linguists and folklorists, California and Oregon languages 1978

Carton 6, Folder 8

Bibliography of Yuman Languages and Supplement 1976, 1977

Carton 6, Folder 9

Articles 1980, 1986, 1991, 1994

 

Almstedt, Ruth

Carton 6, Folder 10

The Structure of Nahuati Nouns and Verbs 1967

Carton 6, Folder 11

Diegueño Kinship 1968 May

Carton 6, Folder 12

Sound Change in Cuitlatec and Cuitlatec: An Example of Linguistic Salvage 1972, undated

Carton 6, Folder 13

Multiple World View in a Diegueño Community undated

Carton 6, Folder 14

A Tlappanec Bibliography undated

Carton 6, Folder 15

Alpher, Barry; Maricopa field notes 1970, undated

Carton 6, Folder 16

Anderson, John and Joy; Alternative Solutions to Paiute Phonology and Non-distinct Subjects and Objects in Northern Paiute (with Ronald W. Langacker) 1972, undated

Carton 6, Folder 17

Anderton, Alice; Grammatical Notes on Kitanemuk 1976

Carton 6, Folder 18

Bahr, Donald M.; Five Papago Jimsonweed Songs undated

 

Baker, Carol E.

Carton 6, Folder 19

Some Notes on Negation and Related Phenomena in Yuman undated

Carton 6, Folder 20

Auxiliary Verbs in Yuman (with Jo-Ann Flora) 1971

Carton 6, Folder 21

Yuma field notes 1971

Carton 6, Folder 22

Ballard, W.L.; English-Yuchi Lexicon and English Index to Yuchi-English Morpheme Lexicon 1971-1974

Carton 6, Folder 23

Barnes, Janet; Evidentials in the Tuyuca Verb undated

Carton 6, Folder 24

Barto, Craig J.; Spanish Loanwords in Walapai 1979

 

Beeler, Madison S.

Carton 6, Folder 25

Correspondence 1966-1967, 1976-1978

Carton 6, Folder 26

Dialect of Avaz=Evaz, Southern Iran (investigator), Amin Farzin (informant) 1966 July-August

Carton 6, Folder 27

A Record of Lectures Delivered before the Linguistics Group at the University of California, Berkeley: 1941-1966; Supplement to Romance Philology, Vol. XXI, No. 4 1968 May

Carton 6, Folder 28

Indoeuropean Morphology: A Syllabus for Linguistics 167 1976 April

Carton 6, Folder 29

Venetic Revisited, speech (Los Angeles, California) 1977, April 15

Carton 6, Folder 30

Esselen numerals, handouts 1977-1978

Carton 6, Folder 31

Indoeuropean Phonology and Morphology undated

Carton 6, Folder 32

Introduction to Indo-European Comparative Grammar undated

Carton 6, Folder 33

Report on a Linguistic Field Trip in Iran undated

Carton 6, Folder 34

Topics in Barbareno Chumash Grammar undated

Carton 6, Folder 35

Linguistic notes undated

 

Education, resource materials

Carton 6, Folder 36

Studienbuch; Friedrich-Wilhelms Univeristy (Berlin, Germany) 1936, 1938

Carton 6, Folder 37

Gothic, Lar resource papers 1948,

Carton 6, Folder 38-41

Persian dialects resource materials 1930, 1938, 1956

Carton 6, Folder 42

Student papers from linguistic courses 1960-1961, 1978

 

Bickford, J. Albert

Carton 6, Folder 43

The Aztec-Tanoan Hypothesis 1982

Carton 6, Folder 44

Fortis/Lenis Consonants in Guichicovi Mixe: A Preliminary Acoustic Study 1985 March 19

Carton 6, Folder 45

Vowel Shifts in Mixe undated

 

Booth, Curtis

Carton 6, Folder 46

Shoshoni papers 1971, undated

Carton 6, Folder 47

Kawaiisu papers 1977, undated

Carton 7, Folder 1

Bond, Marion; Analysis of Tolkapaya Verb Prefixes undated

Carton 7, Folder 2

Bowers, Mark; Indirect and Direct Discourse in Kwtsaan 1975 June 12

 

Bright, William

Carton 7, Folder 3

Preliminary Juaneño vocabulary, based on J.P. Harrington data 1994

Carton 7, Folder 4

A Reverse Index of Yuma Stem Morphemes, based on A.M. Halpern materials undated

Carton 7, Folder 5

Archaeology and Linguistics in Prehistoric Southern California (with Marcia Bright) undated

Carton 7, Folder 6

Coyote Steals Fire: A Karok Myth undated

Carton 7, Folder 7

Bunte, Pamela; You can't get there from here: Problems in Southern Paiute Intercultural Communication 1987

Carton 7, Folder 8

Cabot, Pedro; Male & Female names of Indians of San Antonio circa 1816

 

Campbell, Lyle

Carton 7, Folder 9

Jicaque as a Hokan Language 1974

Carton 7, Folder 10

Quichean Prehistory: Linguistic Contributions 1976 February

Carton 7, Folder 11

Middle American Linguistics 1976 August

Carton 7, Folder 12

Towards Proto-Tol (Jicaque) (with David Oltrogge) 1977 June 21-23

Carton 7, Folder 13

El Salvador from the Heart: People vs. Ideas 1983 December

Carton 7, Folder 14

The Jicaque-Hokan Hypothesis undated

Carton 7, Folder 15

Jicaque filed notes 1974

 

Couro, Theodore (Ted)

Carton 7, Folder 16

Correspondence 1966, undated

Carton 7, Folder 17

Mesa Grande land rights (Christina Hutcheson, first cousin); correspondence, statement, background materials 1923-1939, 1974

Carton 7, Folder 18

The Flute Player (narrator); transcribed by Margaret Langdon 1963-1964

Carton 7, Folder 19-21

Barona Dictionary Project (Dora Curo, Isabel Magee); word lists, background information, notes 1973, 1977-1982

Carton 7, Folder 22

Mesa Grande Diegueño Texts undated

Carton 7, Folder 23

San Diego County Indians as Farmers and Wage Earners undated

Carton 7, Folder 24-30

Teaching information (California State University, San Diego) Indian language lessons: Mesa Grande Diegueño, Jamul, Kumeyaay, Barona (San Isabel) 1969-1976, 1981

 

Crawford, James M.

Carton 7, Folder 31

Biographical information, articles mentioning Crawford

Carton 7, Folder 32

Correspondence 1963-1969, 1975, 1984-1988

Carton 7, Folder 33-35

Short word lists: Cocopa, Havasupai, Maricopa (Arizona) 1962 July

Carton 7, Folder 36

Account of Reconnaissance Among Several Languages of the Yuman Family in Arizona 1962 July-August

Carton 7, Folder 37

Maricopa and Cocopa: a binary comparison 1962 December

Carton 7, Folder 38

Short California Word List: Yavapai (Warren Gazzam, informant) 1962-1963

Carton 7, Folder 39

Short California Word List: Maricopa (Joanna Yaramata, informant) 1963 April

Carton 7, Folder 40

Languages of the Yuman Family according to A.L. Kroeber 1963 September

Carton 7, Folder 41

Reconstruction of Proto-Yuman Sounds from Cocopa, Diegueño, Maricopa, Yavapai (preliminary) 1963 November

Carton 7, Folder 42

A Preliminary Report on the Phonemes of the Cocopa Language 1964 April

Carton 7, Folder 43

The Morphology of the Cocopa Noun 1964 May

Carton 7, Folder 44

The Cocopa Language: Thematic Prefixes of the Verb 1965 May

Carton 7, Folder 45

Spanish Loanwords in Cocopa 1969 March

Carton 7, Folder 46

Cocopa Baby Talk 1970 January

Carton 7, Folder 47

Hokan and Siouan words for mouth 1970 March

Carton 7, Folder 48

Yuchi Phonology 1971 January

Carton 7, Folder 49

Baby Talk in an American Indian Language 1971 August

Carton 7, Folder 50

Cocopa I: Sentences illustrating grammatical features 1975 May

Carton 7, Folder 51

Cocopa II: Text 1975 May

Carton 7, Folder 52

Some Possible Cognates Between Yuchi and Siouan and Between Yuchi and Tunica 1976 July

Carton 7, Folder 53

Relativization and Nominalization in Cocopa 1977 June

Carton 7, Folder 54

The alligator who couldn't turn over undated

Carton 7, Folder 55

Analysis of examples in Meaning in Cocopa Auxiliary Verbs by Jo-Ann Flora undated

Carton 7, Folder 56

Chimariko undated

Carton 7, Folder 57

The Cocopa Auxiliary Verb ya: be located, happen undated

Carton 7, Folder 58

Cocopa I: Index undated

Carton 7, Folder 59

A Look at Some Cocopa Auxiliaries undated

Carton 7, Folder 60

The Mobilian Trade Jargon undated

Carton 7, Folder 61

Some Cognate Sets from Chimariko and Several Yuman Languages undated

Carton 8, Folder 1-3

Cocopa field notes: Book VIII, IX 1967, 1973

Carton 8, Folder 4-5

Cocopa grammatical notes 1978-1979, 1985, undated

Carton 8, Folder 6

Cocopa Ethnography by William H. Kelly; Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, Number 29 (annotated by Crawford) 1977

Carton 8, Folder 7

Related resources 1967, 1978-1982

 

Crawford, Judith (Judy)

Carton 8, Folder 8

Correspondence regarding Diegueño slips of John P. Harrington 1968

Carton 8, Folder 9

A Note on Mohave Sound Symbolism undated

Carton 8, Folder 10

Seven Mohave Texts undated

Carton 8, Folder 11-14

Mohave field notes: 6, 7, 8 1972

Carton 8, Folder 15-16

Yuman plant and animal names, note cards (part 1-2) undated

Carton 8 , Folder 17

Crock, Donald E.; Serrano papers 1970-1975

Carton 8, Folder 18

Delancey, Scott; Verb Stems in Klamath and Elsewhere 1988 June 16

Carton 8, Folder 19

Dennis, Ron; Jicaque word list undated

Carton 8, Folder 20

DeProspero, D.; Chumash grammatical sheets 1978 June

Carton 8, Folder 21

Elliott, Eric; A Description of Verbal Reduplication iin Luiseño undated

Carton 8, Folder 22

Emerson, Lee; History of the Quechan Tribe undated

Carton 8, Folder 23

England, Nora C.; Mam Transitivity 1975 December

Carton 8, Folder 24

Epstein, Richard; Jamul Diegueño papers 1991, undated

Carton 8, Folder 25

Esztergar, M.; A Tentative Analysis of a Diegueño (Campo) Text 1966 June

Carton 8, Folder 26

Fernández de Miranda, María Teresa; Morris Swadesh; and Robert W. Weitlaner; Some Findings on Oaxaca Language Classification and Culture Terms 1959

Carton 8, Folder 27

Fintzelberg; Yavapai report undated

Carton 8, Folder 28

Forde; Yuma funeral speeches undated

Carton 8, Folder 29

Forson, Barn; Interrogatives in Yavapai 1977 Winter

Carton 8, Folder 30

Foster, Michael K.; Language and the Culture History of North America 1992 December

Carton 8, Folder 31

Galloway, Anne; Kumeyaay pottery papers 1981

 

Galloway, Brent D.

Carton 8, Folder 32

Anatomy in Upper Stalo Halkomelem, A Morphosememic Study 1976 August

Carton 8, Folder 33

Upriver Halkomelem papers 1977-1979

 

Gastil, Raymond Duncan

Carton 8, Folder 34-35

An Interview with Richard Nejo (draft and transcript); Mesa Grande Reservation, San Diego County, California 1961

Carton 8, Folder 36-37

Transcriptions of interviews at the Mesa Grande Reservation; includes Kaiten Coleman, Augustin La Chappa, John Linden, Richard Nejo, Martin Osuna, Eliza and Marcel Paipa, John L. Pappan, Bob Quitac, Ramiyo Robles, Mrs. Spiletti 1961

Carton 8, Folder 38

Diegueño field notes; Al Hayes, Richard Nejo, Bob Quitec 1954, 1982, undated

Carton 8, Folder 39

The Traditional Enemy Clan and Its Function among the Diegueño undated

Carton 8, Folder 40

Diegueño notes 1960, 2000

 

Gerdts, Donna

Carton 9, Folder 1

Chimariko papers 1978

Carton 9, Folder 2

Washo papers and handouts 1978-1979

Carton 9, Folder 3-4

Halkomelem papers 1980, 1987, undated

Carton 9, Folder 5

Relational Visibility 1990

Carton 9, Folder 6

Gil, David; Maricopa xper: semantic evidence for syntactic structure 1980

Carton 9, Folder 7

Glover, Bonnie; Tolkapaya Demonstratives and Havapai Demonstratives 1977

 

Gorbet, Larry

Carton 9, Folder 8

Synoptic Normalized Paipai Data (collected with R. Clark) 1970

Carton 9, Folder 9

Headless Relatives in the Southwest: Are They Related? 1977

Carton 9, Folder 10

Diegueño papers 1970-1972

Carton 9, Folder 11

Cocopa field notes, George Hyde (Alpine, California) 1970, 1974

 

Gordon, Lynn

Carton 9, Folder 12

Some Complex Sentences in Tolkapaiya and Some Tolkapaya Complement Clauses 1977

Carton 9, Folder 13

Prospectus for the Dissertation on Maricopa Morphology and Syntax 1978 august

Carton 9, Folder 14

The Development of Evidentials in Maricopa undated

Carton 9, Folder 15

Switch Reference, Clause Order, and Interclausal Relationships undated

Carton 9, Folder 16

Maricopa handouts 1971, 1978-1986

Carton 9, Folder 17

Maricopa-English dictionary data undated

Carton 9, Folder 18

Maricopa word list undated

Carton 9, Folder 19

Grunberg, Martine; A Pragmatic Approach to the /-k/ and /-m/ Problem in Yuman Languages 1979

Carton 9, Folder 20

Gumpel, Susan Sharon; Cocopa: Text Analysis 1975

 

Haas, Mary R.

Carton 9, Folder 21

Shasta and Proto-Kokan 1965

Carton 9, Folder 22

Phonological Convergences of Western North America 1968

Carton 9, Folder 23

Articulatory Phonetics Packet: Linguistics 115 (University of California, Berkeley) undated

Carton 9, Folder 24

Swanton and the Biloxi and Ofo Dictionaries undated

Carton 9, Folder 25

Thumbnail Sketches of Seven Languages undated

Carton 9, Folder 26

Tonal Accent in Creek undated

Carton 9, Folder 27

Tunica translations undated

Carton 9, Folder 28

In Memorium: Mary R. Haas by William Shipley; Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas 1996

 

Halpern, Abraham M. collected research materials

Carton 9, Folder 29

Correspondence 1975-1994

Carton 9, Folder 30

Biographical information 1987-1988, undated

Carton 9, Folder 31

Memorial, obituaries 1985

Carton 9, Folder 32

The Abraham M. Memorial Fund agreement and statements; University of California, San Diego Foundation 1989, 1993

 

Writings

Carton 9, Folder 33

Sex Differences in Quechan Narration 1980

Carton 9, Folder 34

An Alphabet for Writing the Quechan Language undated

Carton 9, Folder 35

Pomo grammar and transcription papers undated

Carton 9, Folder 36

Southeastern Pomo Directionals undated

Carton 9, Folder 37

Proposals, grants 1976-1983

 

Inventories

Carton 9, Folder 38

Karuk materials 1986

Carton 9, Folder 39

Pomo papers, publications 1987

Carton 9, Folder 40

Yuman papers 1987

Carton 9, Folder 41

Yuman notebooks, 1976-1984 1987

Carton 9, Folder 42

Quechan publications, papers, collaborators 1987, 1994

 

Yuman and Karuk field notebooks

Carton 9, Folder 43

Allen, Howard (Yuman) 1978

Carton 9, Folder 44

Brown, Mabel (Yuman) 1979

Carton 9, Folder 45-51

Cachora, Ignatius; translations (Karuk 1-5) 1978-1979, 1983

 

Cachora, Pete

Carton 10, Folder 1

Personal Statement I-III (Yuman) 1976 May 1

Carton 10, Folder 2

Quechan language transcriptions 1976, 1979

Carton 10, Folder 3

Statement, camadul, transcriptions (Yuman) 1976 May

Carton 10, Folder 4

Carr, Rosita; stories (Yuman) 1978-1981

 

Castor, Amelia

Carton 10, Folder 5-8

Translations (Yuman 1-4) 1979-1981

Carton 10, Folder 9-13

Spirit Mountain stories, Yuma photographs (46), negatives (2 and 14 strips); includes Eunice Cornell, Lee Emerson, Jessie Escalante, Mary K. Escalante, Robert Escalante, Abe Halpern, Joe Johnson, Corinne Hill Juan, Joe Miguel, Pat Miguel, Ethel Ortiz, Manual Thomas, Priscilla Miguel Webb 1978-1981, undated

 

Comet, John

Carton 10, Folder 14-15

Stories I-II (Yuman) 1979, 1981

Carton 10, Folder 16

Text (Yuman) 1979, 1981

 

Escalante, Jessie

Carton 10, Folder 17

Obstinate (Yuman I) 1979 March 14

Carton 10, Folder 18

Coyote travels (Yuman I) 1978-1979

Carton 10, Folder 19

Typed text (Yuman I) 1978-1979

Carton 10, Folder 20

Self-recorded stories (Yuman II) 1978

Carton 10, Folder 21

Xaradó (Yuman II) 1979 March 14

Carton 10, Folder 22

Discussion of songs (Yuman II) 1979 March 26

Carton 10, Folder 23

Self-recorded stories (Yuman II) 1979 April 17

Carton 10, Folder 24-6

Songs (Yuman II) 1979, 1980, 1983

 

Escalante, Mary K.

Carton 10, Folder 27

Stories, songs (Yuman) 1978 September 15

Carton 10, Folder 28

Typed text, Kwayu (Yuman) 1978 September 15, 26

Carton 10, Folder 29-30

Stories (Yuman) 1978 September-November

Carton 10, Folder 31

Plants (Yuman) 1978 November 1, 3

Carton 10, Folder 32

Play, games (Yuman) 1978 November 3

Carton 10, Folder 33

Hymn book; includes Priscilla Webb, Wilson Stevens (Yuman) 1979 March, 1981 January

Carton 11, Folder 1-5

Hartt, Josefa; recorded text (Yuman) 1978-1983

 

Karuk notebooks: Collins, Henry

Carton 11, Folder 6

Translations, with revisions (Karuk 1) 1978, 1981

Carton 11, Folder 7

Text (Karuk 2) 1978-1979

 

Karuk notebooks: Kelly, Tom

Carton 11, Folder 8-12

Translations (Karuk 1-3) 1978 October-November

Carton 11, Folder 13-15

Recorded text (Karuk 4) 1978 November

Carton 11, Folder 16-17

Coyote stories 1978, 1979

Carton 11, Folder 18

Lizards, etc. 1978 September

Carton 11, Folder 19

Stories 1978 September

Carton 11, Folder 20

Stories (not Karuk) 1978 October

Carton 11, Folder 21-23

Text 1978 October-November

Carton 11, Folder 24

Analyses of Collins, Cachora, Kelly Narrative Sections (Chapter 6)

Carton 11, Folder 25

Rose, Mabel and Isabel and L. Levy 1980 April

 

Dictionaries

Carton 12, Folder 1

Materials for a Dictionary of the Walapai (Hualapai) Language by Winter Werner 1979

Carton 12, Folder 2

English-Yuma Dictionary 1985

Carton 12, Folder 3-6

Hokan A-Y undated

Carton 12, Folder 7-8

Maricopa-English Dictionary undated

 

Miscellaneous

Carton 12, Folder 9

Translation of lightning song 1938

Carton 12, Folder 10

Native American Cultural Resources by Clyde M. Woods, Anthropology Consultant for Arizona Public Service Company and San Diego Gas and Electric Company 1980 August

Carton 12, Folder 11

Hamm, Vance; Aspects of Subject Marking in Nominalizations 1981 March 27

Carton 12, Folder 12

Hamp, Eric P.; On Two California Grammars (Miwok and Karok) 1966 April

 

Hardy, Heather K.

Carton 12, Folder 13

Toward a Unified Description of the Morpheme θ in Tolkapaya 1972

Carton 12, Folder 14

The Development of the Pai Vowel System circa 1976

Carton 12, Folder 15

Adverbial Clauses in Tolkapaiya; Molly Fasthorse, Tolkapaiya consultant 1977 March 25

Carton 12, Folder 16

Temporality, Conditionality, Counterfactuality and Contrasst in Tolkapaya Yavapai 1977 June 17

Carton 12, Folder 17

Prospectus for the Dissertation on Expressing Relationships between Events in Tolkapaya Yavapai 1977 November

Carton 12, Folder 18

The Tolkapaya Auxiliary System: Subject Copying, Predicate Raising, and Auxiliarization in Pai 1981 March 8

Carton 12, Folder 19

Tolkapaya handouts 1977, 1982

Carton 12, Folder 20

Pai handouts 1978, undated

 

Harries, Helga

Carton 12, Folder 21

Phonemic Analysis of Digueño 1967 Winter

Carton 12, Folder 22

Diegueño 1968 March 10

Carton 12, Folder 23

Consonantism in American Indian Languages of the West Coast 1969 Fall

 

Harrington, John Peabody

Carton 12, Folder 24

Correspondence with Al Hayes regarding field work in Diegueño 1953, 1977

Carton 12, Folder 25

Memorial article by M.W. Stirling 1963

 

Harwell, Henry O.

Carton 12, Folder 26

Notes on the -?i Auxiliary in Maricopy, Maricopa handout 1975

Carton 12, Folder 27-29

Maricopa field notes 1972, 1973, 1976

Carton 12, Folder 30

Hébert-Stanger, Yvonne M.; Switch Reference in Four Uto-Aztecan Languages 1977 July

Carton 12, Folder 31

Hinkson, Mercedes Q.; Internal Reconstruction and Secondary Stem Formation in Karok 1978

 

Hinton, Leanne

Carton 13, Folder 1

The Meaning of /v/: A Study in Havasupai Semantics 1972 April 1

Carton 13, Folder 2

A Working Paper of the Comparison of Hupa and Navajo: Phonology of Verb Stems 1974 March

Carton 13, Folder 3

Havasupai Language in Song 1974 December

Carton 13, Folder 4

Notes on La Huerta Diegueño Ethnobotany 1975

Carton 13, Folder 5

Havasupai-English Dictionary (with Rena Crook, Edith Putesoy, and Nancy Stenson) 1976

Carton 13, Folder 6

Havasupai Language Change 1977, 1979

Carton 13, Folder 7

When Sounds Go Wild: The Impact of Phonological Change on Syntax in Havasupai 1978-1979

Carton 13, Folder 8

Vocables in Havasupai Song 1980

Carton 13, Folder 9

A Partial bibliography for the Study Group in Areal Linguistics 1981 Spring

Carton 13, Folder 10

The v > c rule in Havasupai 1984 June

Carton 13, Folder 11

Exceptions to the p > v rule: a study ini sound symbolism 1985 June

Carton 13, Folder 12

"Aspiration" in Northern Pai 1986 June

Carton 13, Folder 13

Takic and Yuman: A Study in Phonological Convergence 1990 July

Carton 13, Folder 14

Linguistic Notes Relating to Bolsa Chica: A Report for Dr. Nancy Desautels, President, SRS Inc. 1995 July 28

Carton 13, Folder 15

The 'Lonely Hearts Language Club': Native California Language Restoration Workshop 1996 June

Carton 13, Folder 16

La Huerta Diegueño data 1970, undated

Carton 13, Folder 17

Havasupai grammar and phonology materials 1974, undated

Carton 13, Folder 18

Havasupai bilingual education seminar handouts 1975

Carton 13, Folder 19

Notes from Alfred Whiting 1975, undated

Carton 13, Folder 20-25

Havasupai field notes and data 1970-1976

Carton 13, Folder 26

Miscellaneous 1983, 1988

 

Jacobs, Roderick A.

Carton 13, Folder 27

The Rabbit and the Coyote: An Analysis of a Text in the Iñaja Dialect of Diegueño 1969 December 11

Carton 13, Folder 28

Iñaja Diegueño field notes 1969 October

 

Jacobsen, William H.

Carton 13, Folder 29

Internal Reconstruction in Washo 1960

Carton 13, Folder 30

Washo grammar handouts 1964, undated

Carton 13, Folder 31

Traces of Glottalized Resonants in Makah 1968 December

Carton 13, Folder 32

Origin of the Nootka Pharyngeals 1968 August

Carton 13, Folder 33

Labialization in Nootkan 1969 August

Carton 13, Folder 34

Makah Vowel Insertion and Loss 1971 August

Carton 13, Folder 35

The Pattern of Makah Pronouns 1973 August

Carton 13, Folder 36

The Pacific Orientation of Western North American Languages 1989 August

Carton 13, Folder 37

Development of the Inclusive/Exclusive Category in the Great Basin: Numic and Washo undated

Carton 13, Folder 38

Gender and Personification in Washo undated

Carton 13, Folder 39

Headless Relative Clauses in Washo undated

Carton 13, Folder 40

How Have We Classified These Languages? undated

Carton 13, Folder 41

Inventory of Washo Lexical Prefixes undated

Carton 13, Folder 42

Reduplication in Washo: An Alternative Hypothesis undated

Carton 13, Folder 43

A Rhythmic Principle in Washo Morphotactics undated

Carton 13, Folder 44

Washo Bipartite Verb Stems undated

Carton 13, Folder 45

Washo Internal Diversity and External Relations undated

Carton 13, Folder 46

Washo Transitivity Derivation undated

Carton 13, Folder 47

Why Does Washo Lack a Passive? undated

 

Jeanne, LaVerne Masayesva

Carton 13, Folder 48

Reduplication and Tone in Hopi Nouns 1974 November

Carton 13, Folder 49

The Relative Clause in Hopi 1974 November

Carton 13, Folder 50

A Note on the Hopi Causatives undated

 

Jelinek, Eloise

Carton 13, Folder 51

Complex Verbs in Yaqui 1985

Carton 13, Folder 52

Verbless Possessive Sentences in Yaqui 1985

Carton 13, Folder 53

Yaqui Minus Control (with Fernando Escalante 1986

Carton 13, Folder 54

'Headless' Relatives and Pronominal Arguments: A Typological Perspective 1987

Carton 13, Folder 55

Grammatical Relations and Coindexing in Inverse Systems 1989 January

 

Joel, Judith

Carton 13, Folder 56

Correspondence 1992, 1994-1995

Carton 13, Folder 57

Obituary by Margaret Langdon; Anthropology Newsletter 1997 January

Carton 13, Folder 58

The -k and -m suffixes in Paipai, American Anthropological Association (Mexico City) 1971 November 20

Carton 13, Folder 59

Some Paipai Changes; Southwestern Anthropological Association (San Diego, California) 1976 April 15

Carton 13, Folder 60

Certain Aspects of the Paipai-Yavapai Relationship 1980

Carton 13, Folder 61

Yuman seminar notes 1985 summer

Carton 13, Folder 62

Seminar presentation on Paipai verb forms, first person plurals 1986 June 27

 

Paipai-English Dictionary

Carton 14, Folder 1

Correspondence 1994-1995

Carton 14, Folder 2-3

Drafts 1994-1995

Carton 14, Folder 4

Classification of Yuman Languages undated

Carton 14, Folder 5-12

Paipai Text: Books I-VII; Mission Santa Catarina (Baja California, Mexico) 1959, 1975-1976

Carton 14, Folder 13

Burials at Mission San Vicente and Mission Santo Domingo (Baja California, Mexico) undated

Carton 14, Folder 14

Paipai grammar and translations 1975, 1985-1986

Carton 14, Folder 15-16

Paipai grammar, words, phrases on slips (photocopies) 1963-1975

Carton 14, Folder 17-24

Paipai field notebooks 1975-1977

Carton 14, Folder 25

Paipai word slips and miscellany 1994-1995

Carton 15, Folder 1

Kammerzell, C.J.; Yuman Interrogatives 1958 June 3

Carton 15, Folder 2

Karelitz, Carolyn; The /-m/ as a Verb Suffix in Kwtsaan (Yuma) 1975 June 12

 

Katz, Joshua T.

Carton 15, Folder 3

Correspondence, letter of recommendation from Langdon 1989-1991

Carton 15, Folder 4

Thematic Prefixes in Yuman 1989

Carton 15, Folder 5

Noun Incorporation in the Yuman Languages: The Relationship Between Wa and Ya undated

 

Kaufman, Terrance

Carton 15, Folder 6

Chinook Jargon Vocabulary with Grammatical Notes 1966

Carton 15, Folder 7

Short Sentences in Chinook Jargon 1966 March

Carton 15, Folder 8

English-Paipai Vocabulary (with A.V. Shaterian) undated

Carton 15, Folder 9

Kellog, Kim; The Interaction of Propositional Meaning and Grammatical Function: A Case Study 1991 February 21

 

Kendall, Martha B.

Carton 15, Folder 10

Relative Clause Formation and Topicalization in Yavapai 1974 April

Carton 15, Folder 11

The /-k/, /-m/ Problem in Yavapai System 1975

Carton 15, Folder 12

Yavapai Alphabet Book 1975

Carton 15, Folder 13

Fission and Fusion in Upland Yuman 1977

Carton 15, Folder 14

Hualapai Sounds (modified by Jane C. Honga and Akira Y. Yamamoto) undated

Carton 15, Folder 15

Survey of Upland Yuman Dialects undated

 

Key, Mary Ritchie

Carton 15, Folder 16

Araucanian Genetic Relationships 1977

Carton 15, Folder 17

The History and Distribution of the Indigenous Languages 1978

Carton 15, Folder 18

King, Phyllis; Switch Reference in Kwtsaan 1975 Spring

Carton 15, Folder 19

Kisseberth, Charles W.; The Tunica Stress Conspiracy undated

Carton 15, Folder 20

Kriendler, Jack; The Structure of Relative Clauses in Tolkapaya Yavapai 1977

 

Kroeber, A.L.

Carton 15, Folder 21

California Place Names of Indian Origin 1916

Carton 15, Folder 22

Classification of the Yuman Languages 1943

Carton 15, Folder 23

The Yokuts and Yuki Languages undated

 

Krute, Lawrence

Carton 15, Folder 24

What Do Piaroa Classifiers Mean? And X's Y (Being Had) in Piaroa 1980, 1982

Carton 15, Folder 25

Metaphor, Morphology, and the Organization of Classifier Systems 1983

 

Langacker, Ronald W.

Carton 15, Folder 26

Some Pronominal Constructions of Classical Aztec 1966 Summer

Carton 15, Folder 27

Uto-Aztec and Luiseño grammar papers 1969, 1970

Carton 15, Folder 28

Bibliographies of Uto-Aztecan 1970, 1974

Carton 15, Folder 29

A Note on Uto-Aztecan Consonant Gradation 1975

Carton 15, Folder 30

Accusative Suffixes in Proto Uto-Aztecan undated

Carton 15, Folder 31

The Syntax and Origin of ga- in Northern Tepehuan (with Burt Bascom) undated

Carton 15, Folder 32

Lange, Elke; Have, Own, etc. 1975 October 24

Carton 15, Folder 33

Layton, Thomas N.; Excavations at Albion Head: A Progress Report to the Mendocino County Archaeological Commission (with Anton Musladin) 1981-1982

 

Macaulay, Monica

Carton 15, Folder 34

A Suffixal Analysis of the Karok 'Endoclitic' 1989

Carton 15, Folder 35

Inverse Marking in Karuk: The Function of the Suffix -ap 1990, 1991

Carton 15, Folder 36

Reduplication and the Structure of the Karuk Verb Stem 1991 October 12

Carton 15, Folder 37

Marlett, Steve; Seri text 1992

Carton 15, Folder 38

Martin, Jack; Modeling Linguistic Prehistory in the Southeastern United States 1992 March

Carton 15, Folder 39

Martin, Lindsey; Barbareño Chumash undated

 

McLendon, Sally

Carton 15, Folder 40

A Grammar of Eastern Pomo

Carton 15, Folder 41

The Meaning and Function of the Morpheme -k in Eastern Pomo 1978

Carton 15, Folder 42

A Captain's Speech in Eastern Pomo by Leonary Bateman (translation) 1985 December

Carton 15, Folder 43

A Brief Word List of Eastern Pomo undated

Carton 15, Folder 44

Eastern Pomo and Southeastern Pomo undated

 

Miller, Amy

Carton 15, Folder 45

The Paipai Vowel System 1986 May 16

Carton 15, Folder 46

Auxiliaries in Jamul Diegueño 1987 June 9

Carton 15, Folder 47

Ethnographic Background: Summary of the Anthropological Literature on the Quechan 1996

Carton 15, Folder 48

Word lists (with Ed Brown, Myrna DeSomber) 2002 May 12

 

Miller, Wick

Carton 15, Folder 49

Speech Communities of the Great Basin and Australia 1966 November

Carton 15, Folder 50

"Eagle" = "Bird": A Note on the Structure and Evolution of Shoshoni Ethnoornithological Nomenclature 1971

Carton 15, Folder 51

Some Problems in Comanche Historical Phonology 1973 December

Carton 15, Folder 52

Consonant Lenition and Accent in Guarijio and Tarahumara 1977 December 1

Carton 15, Folder 53

The Possession of Pets in the Greater Southwest 1987 June

Carton 15, Folder 54

A Note on Baby Talk in the Western Desert Language of Australia undated

Carton 15, Folder 55

Sign Language Used at the Warburton Ranges in Western Australia undated

Carton 15, Folder 56

Milliken, Randall; Personal Names and Cultural Flow in Aboriginal Central California undated

Carton 15, Folder 57

Mithun, Marianne; 'Passive' in an Active Language undated

 

Mixco, Mauricio J.

Carton 15, Folder 58

Correspondence 1966-1967, 1982-1983

Carton 15, Folder 59

Kiliwa Phonology (Text and Notes) 1966 December 12

Carton 15, Folder 60

Partial Reconstruction of Subtiaba 1969

Carton 15, Folder 61

Kiliwa and Proto-Yuman Reconstruction 1970 January 1

Carton 15, Folder 62

The Syntax of the Proto-Yuman Indefinites 1975 January

Carton 15, Folder 63

Ethnohistoria en la Frontera Dominicana de la Baja California 1975 August

Carton 15, Folder 64

Origin of the Kiliwa Iterative/Durative Suffix 1983

Carton 15, Folder 65

Kiliwa dictionary 1984, undated

Carton 15, Folder 66

The Kiliwa Resumptive Aspect and non-Distinct Arguments 1984

Carton 15, Folder 67

Version de la "Guerra de la Venganza": Texto mitológico de la Baja California indigena 1989

Carton 15, Folder 68

In Yuman, My (((Great) great) great) Grandfather is 'My Leg-Hair' or The Case of the Great Wooden Idol of the Kiliwas 1992

Carton 15, Folder 69

Ethnographic Texts in Paipai undated

Carton 15, Folder 70

The Kiliwa Response to Hispanic Culture undated

Carton 15, Folder 71

The Role Metaphor in Kiliwa Kinship and Religion undated

Carton 15, Folder 72

Some Development in Yuman Sound Symbolism undated

Carton 15, Folder 73

Something Old, Something New, or How Kiliwa got its But undated

Carton 15, Folder 74-75

Spanish comparisons undated

Carton 15, Folder 76-78

Kiliwa data, grammar, phonology undated

Carton 15, Folder 79

Miscellaneous abstracts and notes 1985-1990, undated

Carton 16, Folder 1

Morgan, Jim; Embedded Discourse in Kwitsaan 1975 June 12

 

Moser, Mary B.

Carton 16, Folder 2

Switch-Reference in Seri 1976

Carton 16, Folder 3

Seri word lists 1978

Carton 16, Folder 4

Seri texts 1991

 

Munro, Pamela

Carton 16, Folder 5

The Proto-Yuman p-r-w Question: The Problems Restrained, with Evidence from Mohave 1971-1972

Carton 16, Folder 6

Mohave Language Notes 1973

Carton 16, Folder 7

Chemehuevi 'Say' and the Uto-Aztecan Quotative Pattern 1974 September

Carton 16, Folder 8

Nominalization and the Mojave Perfective 1974

Carton 16, Folder 9

Comitative Conjunction: A Syntactic Reinterpretation in Yuman 1975 November

Carton 16, Folder 10

From Existential to Copula: The History of Yuman Be 1976 April

Carton 16, Folder 11

A Note on the Incorporation of Another Preprefix in Yuman 1977 July 27

Carton 16, Folder 12

On the Western Muskogean Sources for Mobilian 1981 November

Carton 16, Folder 13

Floating Quantifiers in Pima 1981

Carton 16, Folder 14

A New Tübatulabal Dictionary 1981

Carton 16, Folder 15

Notes on Pima Postposition Incorporation 1984 March

Carton 16, Folder 16

Structure-Preservation and Western Muskogean Rhythmic Lengthening 1984 March

Carton 16, Folder 17

A Spelling System for Lakhota

Carton 16, Folder 18

Nasals and Nasalization in Western Muskogean 1985 January

Carton 16, Folder 19

A Non-Standard SOV Typology: Yuman, Muskogean, Siouan 1985 June

Carton 16, Folder 20

The Muskogean II Prefixes and Their Significance for Classification 1987 July

Carton 16, Folder 21

Aspiration in Tolkapaya Yavapai 1990 June

Carton 16, Folder 22

The Christmas Story in Tolkapaya Yavapai (with Molly Star Fasthorse) 1990

Carton 16, Folder 23

The Phonetics of Vowel Length in Tolkapaya Yavapai 1990

Carton 16, Folder 24

Maricopa Dictionary corrections 1991-1994

Carton 16, Folder 25

"Classificatory" Verb Stems: Some Contrastive Data

 

Nichols, Johanna

Carton 17, Folder 1-3

The Patterning of Linguistic Types in Time and Space (third draft) 1989 November

Carton 17, Folder 4

The origin and prehistory of linguistic diversity: Implications for the first settlement of the New World undated

 

Nichols, Michael J.P.

Carton 17, Folder 5

Linguistic Reconstruction of Photo Western Numic and Its Ethnographic Implications 1970

Carton 17, Folder 6

Old California Deer and Related Species: Late Southern Stages 1982

Carton 17, Folder 7

Salinan and Esselen handouts, notes 1983-1986

Carton 17, Folder 8

Shared Names for Mammals in Northern Uto-Aztecan and Related Languages 1992 December

 

Norwood, Susan

Carton 17, Folder 9

OVS Sentences in Paipai 1976 Winter

Carton 17, Folder 10

Tipai Auxiliary Verbs 1979 June 11

Carton 17, Folder 11

Yuman thesis outline undated

Carton 17, Folder 12

Report on the Yuman Collection: J.P. Harrington Archives undated

Carton 17, Folder 13

Kwtsaan handouts 1975-1979

Carton 17, Folder 14

Tipai handouts 1978-1979

Carton 17, Folder 15

Ochurte, Rufino; Creation of World (Paipai rendition) 1975 August

Carton 17, Folder 16

O'Conner, Mary Catherine; Northern Pomo handouts 1983-1986, 1996

Carton 17, Folder 17

Ohala, John J.; Bibliography on Sound Symbolism 1985 December 2

 

Olmstead, David L.

Carton 17, Folder 18

Tequistlated Kinship Terminology and Tequistlatecan Kinship and Limitations on the Choice of Spouse 1958 Winter, 1966 July

Carton 17, Folder 19

Tequistlatec Ceremonies and the Analysis of Stereotypy 1967

Carton 17, Folder 20

The Contribution of Jeremiah Curtin undated

 

Oswalt, Robert L.

Carton 17, Folder 21

Protopomo Reconstruction 1972 January

Carton 17, Folder 22

Kahsa-Ya Cahno Kalikak: A Kashaya Vocabulary (working paper) 1975 August

Carton 17, Folder 23

Southern Pomo Word List and Map of Native Place Names in the Warm Springs Dam Area 1981 January

Carton 17, Folder 24

Kashaya and Pomo handouts, resources 1976-1984, undated

Carton 17, Folder 25

Parkman, E. Breck; Soapstone for the Cosmos: Archeological Discoveries in the Cuyamaca Mountains 1982

Carton 17, Folder 26

Parrott, Muriel and Viola Waterhouse; Well-formed Narrative in Highland Oaxaca Chontal undated

Carton 17, Folder 27

Payne, Thomas E.; Coreference in Yagua and Split -s Marking and Fluid -s Marking Revisited undated

Carton 17, Folder 28

Persons, David; Dialect Intelligibility Testing, Yuman Languages of Baja California 1973 March 20

Carton 17, Folder 29

Polinsky, Maria; Women are not Dangerous Things: Grammatical Gender and Categorization 1997 February 28

Carton 17, Folder 30

Radomski, Kenneth; A Brief Sketch of Kwak'wala 1985 December 8

Carton 17, Folder 31

Ramer, Alexis Manaster; The Pakawan Language Family 1995

Carton 17, Folder 32

Rankin, Robert L.; Siouan conference materials 1974, 1977, 1980

 

Redden, James E.

Carton 17, Folder 33

Walapai Syntax 1970 April

Carton 17, Folder 34

Serial vs. Consecutive Verbs in Walapai 1990

Carton 17, Folder 35

Walapai Agent Nouns 1990

Carton 17, Folder 36

Notes on Walapai Syntax undated

Carton 17, Folder 37

The Walapai /-ò/ Suffixes undated

Carton 17, Folder 38

Walapai handouts, notes 1980, 1990-1991

Carton 17, Folder 39-49

Walapai field notebooks (photocopies: 1-26, 49, 50, 51, 54, 58, 65, X) undated

 

Richter, Gregory C.

Carton 18, Folder 1

Yet Another Look at Highland Chontal 1978 November

Carton 18, Folder 2

Tautosyllabicity in the Phonology of Highland Chontal 1979 May

Carton 18, Folder 3

Impersonal Constructions of Mental State in Old Icelandic 1980 June

Carton 18, Folder 4

Introduction à l'étude comparative des langues indo-européennes by Antoine Meillet (translation); notes on Chapter 4: Principles of Morphology 1994

Carton 18, Folder 5

The Formative Boundary Convention: Some Counterevidence from Highland Chontal undated

Carton 18, Folder 6

Highland Chontal Phonology and Morphology: Some New Perspectives undated

Carton 18, Folder 7

New Insights into the Phonology and Morphology of Highland Chontal undated

Carton 18, Folder 8

Ryder, Mary Ellen; Ordered chaos: An investigation of the interpretation of English noun-noun compounds (comments) 1994

 

Sapir, Edward

Carton 18, Folder 9

The Hokan and Coaluiltecan Languages 1920

Carton 18, Folder 10

A Supplementary Note on Salinan and Washo 1921

Carton 18, Folder 11

The Hokan Affinity of Subtiaba in Nicaragua 1925

Carton 18, Folder 12

Sawyer, Jesse O.; Wappo Notes and Wappo Tree Names 1970, undated

Carton 18, Folder 13

Seiter, Bill; Walapai filed notes (Maude Singella)1975 June

 

Shaterian, Alan

Carton 18, Folder 14

Yavapai and Yavpe handouts, notes 1976-1991

Carton 18, Folder 15

Vowel Length and Pitch in Yavapai (with Kimberly D. Thomas) 1990

 

English-Yavapai.Stol Dictionary (Shaterian's Tolkapaya)

Carton 18, Folder 16-17

Draft with corrections 1992

Carton 18, Folder 18-19

Data base entries 1992

Carton 18, Folder 20

Addenda to Phonology and Morphology of Yavapai (with Redden and Winter) undated

Carton 18, Folder 21

Comparative Northern Pai undated

Carton 18, Folder 22

Proto-Pai Reconstructions undated

Carton 18, Folder 23

Yavapai text undated

 

Shaul, David Leedom

Carton 18, Folder 24

A Linguistic Appraisal of Yuman-Piman Relationships (with John M. Andresen) 1981 August

Carton 18, Folder 25

Tepimans and the Hohokam (with Jane H. Hill) undated

 

Shipek, Florence Connolly

Carton 18, Folder 26

The Implications of California Ethnography and Ethnohistory for the Archaeologist 1976

Carton 18, Folder 27

History of Agriculture and Irrigation for the La Jolla, Pala, Pauma, Rincon and San Pasqual Indians of Southern California (consultant) 1970 July

Carton 18, Folder 28

Value of Aboriginal Water Rights and Lost Reservation Lands: San Luis Rey River Bands (consultant) 1980 July

Carton 18, Folder 29

Interconnection Project: Native American Cultural Resources (consultant) 1982 April

Carton 18, Folder 30

California Indian Burial Sites: Two Recent Legal Cases: Religious Freedom, Excavation and Reburial undated

Carton 18, Folder 31

Ethnohistory of the Border State Park: Monument No. 1 of the Mexico-United States Boundary undated

Carton 18, Folder 32

Kumeyaay, Luiseño, Public Lae 280 undated

Carton 18, Folder 33

Shipley, William; Historical Linguistics (Chapter for Volume 8, Handbook of North American Indians) undated

Carton 18, Folder 34

Siemens, Stephen; Complements of Maricopa 'Say' 1981 March

 

Silver, Shirley

Carton 18, Folder 35

Shasta and Konomihu comparative lexicon, Shasta handouts 1977, undated

Carton 18, Folder 36

The Southern Pomo language and its dialects: A brief sketch 1983

Carton 18, Folder 37

Shasta and Konomihu undated

Carton 18, Folder 38

An Areal Survey of Phonological Processes in Northern California Languages (with J. Bauman) 1975 December

 

Slater, Carol

Carton 18, Folder 39

Kwtsaan articles, handouts, text 1976-1978

Carton 18, Folder 40

On Causation in Quechan 1979 June

Carton 18, Folder 41

Smith, R.; Maricopa Minor Morphemes 1969 July

Carton 18, Folder 42

Soderberg, Paul S.; The Migrations of the Maricopa, the Kaveltcadom, the Halchidhoma, the Kohuana, and the Halyikwamai Indian Tribes to the Gila River (report) 1970 December

 

Steele, Susan

Carton 19, Folder 1

Clisis and Diachrony undated

Carton 19, Folder 2

A Law of Order: Word Order Change in Classical Aztec undated

Carton 19, Folder 3

On Being and Becoming a Conjunction in Classical Aztec undated

Carton 19, Folder 4

On Being Possessed undated

Carton 19, Folder 5

On the Count of One undated

 

Stenson, Nancy

Carton 19, Folder 6

Hualapai grammar undated

Carton 19, Folder 7

Hualapai lesson plans: verbs undated

Carton 19, Folder 8

Hualapai lesson plans: nouns undated

Carton 19, Folder 9

Hualapai lesson plans: questions undated

Carton 19, Folder 10

Sohn, Joong-Sun; The Reflexive Suffix -v in Hualapai undated

Carton 19, Folder 11

Sundheim, Beth; Kwitsaan Relative Clauses 1975 June

Carton 19, Folder 12

Talmy, Leonard; Atsugewi papers undated

Carton 19, Folder 13

Thompson, Sandra A.; Subject and Word Order in Wappo 1975

Carton 19, Folder 14

Thomas-Flinders, Tracy; Aspects of Maricopa Verb Morphology 1981

 

Troike, Rudolph C.

Carton 19, Folder 15

Coahuilteco 1974

Carton 19, Folder 16

Center Embedding in Coahuilteco 1979 December

Carton 19, Folder 17

Case and Concord in Coahuilteco and Comecrudo Syntax 1978, 1979

Carton 19, Folder 18

Turner, Katherine; Spanish Words in Antoniaño Salinan 1981

Carton 19, Folder 19

Underhill, Ruth; The Mohave Indians 1980-1981

Carton 19, Folder 20

Van Wormer, Stephen and Clifford V.F. Taylor; An Ethnohistory of the Eastern Kumeyaay undated

Carton 19, Folder 21

Varner, Steven; Kumeyaay texts undated

Carton 19, Folder 22

Walker, Doug; Diegeño field notes (George Hyde) 1969

 

Wash, Suzanne

Carton 19, Folder 23

Barbareño Chumash handouts, notes 1996

Carton 19, Folder 24

Imitative Sound Symbolism in Miwok Languages 1998 December

Carton 19, Folder 25

Relative Clauses and Appositive Clauses in Barbareño Chumash 1999

Carton 19, Folder 26

On the Structure and function of Relative Clauses in Barbareño Chumash undated

 

Waterhouse, Viola

Carton 19, Folder 27

Learning a Second Language First 1949 April

Carton 19, Folder 28

Coastal Chontal of Oaxaca Kinship 1968 April

Carton 19, Folder 29

Oaxaca Chontal in Reference to Proto-Chontal 1969 July

Carton 19, Folder 30

Oaxaca Chontal Noun Inflection and Classification 1977

Carton 19, Folder 31

Person-Marking in Oaxaca Chontal undated

Carton 19, Folder 32

Weathers, Mark; Tlapaneco report, data 1972-1976

Carton 19, Folder 33

Wheeler, Benjamin Ide; Class notes taken by S.A. Barrett in Wheeler's linguistics course 1904

 

Whistler, Kenneth W.

Carton 19, Folder 34

Pomo Prehistory: A Case for Archaeological Linguistics 1980 April

Carton 19, Folder 35

Preliminarly List of Proto-Central Chumash Lexical Prefixes 1982 December

 

Winter, Werner

Carton 19, Folder 36

Walapai texts (Tim McGee) 1956

Carton 19, Folder 37

Materials for an English-Walapai Dictionary 1977

Carton 19, Folder 38

Robber's Roost: A Walapai Tale (with Christel Jarr Butcher) 1979

Carton 19, Folder 39

Non-Walapai words in Walapai undated

Carton 19, Folder 40

The Life of Kate Crozier (recording and first transcription) undated

 

Yamada, Jeni E.

Carton 19, Folder 41

Some Selected Problems in Tolkapaya Syntax/Morphology 1976 Fall

Carton 19, Folder 42

Tolkapaya Passives: A Second Preliminary Look 1977 Spring

 

Yamamoto, Akira

Carton 19, Folder 43

The Syntax and Semantics of Possession: Walapai 1974

Carton 19, Folder 44

Walapai Innovation: Name of the Month undated

Carton 19, Folder 45-46

Walapai text and notes (with Jorigine Bender and Lucille J. Watahomigie) 1976-1980

 

Language files

Carton 20, Folder 1

Algonkian (Blackfoot, Chippewa, Micmac, Passamaquoddy, Yurok) 1963, 1973-1979, undated

Carton 20, Folder 2

Areal features undated

Carton 20, Folder 3

Amazonian 1985, undated

 

Athabascan

Carton 20, Folder 4

Dogrib 1984

Carton 20, Folder 5

Hupa 1985

Carton 20, Folder 6

General 1982, 1989, undated

Carton 20, Folder 7

Aymara undated

 

Baja California

Carton 20, Folder 8

Dialogue with Teresita Castro de Cañedo and Margarita Castro V. de Flores (Mission Santa Catarina) undated

Carton 20, Folder 9

Historia Natural y Cronica de la Antigua California by Miguel Del Barco 1973

Carton 20, Folder 10

Caddo 1966, 1975

Carton 20, Folder 11

California 1956, 1968, 1978, 1981

Carton 20, Folder 12

Cherokee 1971, 1995

Carton 20, Folder 13

Chimariko 1920, 1982, undated

Carton 20, Folder 14

Chinook undated

Carton 20, Folder 15

Choctaw 1892, 1979, 1989

Carton 20, Folder 16

Chumash 1973, 1978, 1980, 1995

 

Cocopa

Carton 20, Folder 17

Alphabet, word lists 1974, undated

Carton 20, Folder 18

Texts 1972-1979

Carton 20, Folder 19

Phonetic stress timing charts 1979

Carton 20, Folder 20

Let's Read Cocopa Stories and Let's Write Cocopa undated

Carton 20, Folder 21

Translations of Christian passages 1967, 1972

Carton 20, Folder 22

Dakota 1983

 

Digueño

Carton 20, Folder 23

Anthropological data 1950-1967

Carton 20, Folder 24

Bureau of American Ethnology (BAE), Smithsonian Institution; H.W. Henshaw resources (photocopies) 1892

Carton 20, Folder 25

Mexican Diegueño data 1967-1972

 

Northern Diegueño

Carton 20, Folder 26

José Nejo (informant), Felicidad Nejo (interpreter); San Felipe Diegueño 1919-j1920

Carton 20, Folder 27

Data 1972, undated

Carton 20, Folder 28

Southern Diegueño data 1952-1963, 1985-1988

Carton 20, Folder 29-31

Miscellaneous data 1966-1975

Carton 20, Folder 32

Eskimo 1970-1982

Carton 21, Folder 1

Havasupai undated

 

Hokan

Carton 21, Folder 2

Papers and resources 1970-1989

Carton 21, Folder 3-4

Word lists 1973, undated

Carton 21, Folder 5

General notes, maps undated

 

Hualapai

Carton 21, Folder 6

Texts 1981, undated

Carton 21, Folder 7

Hualapai-Havasupai Language Analysis and Curriculum Development: Preservice-Inservice undated

Carton 21, Folder 8

Hungarian 1978

 

Jamul

Carton 21, Folder 9-11

Data 1990, undated

Carton 21, Folder 12

Lesson, notes 1974, 1994

Carton 21, Folder 13

Iroquoian 1976, undated

Carton 21, Folder 14

Japanese 1982

 

Kwatsaan (Kwtsaan, Kwitsaan)

Carton 21, Folder 15-17

Data, class materials 1974-1975

Carton 21, Folder 18

Josefa Hartt (informant); transcribed by A.M. Halpern, corrected and translated by Amy Miller, G. Bryant, B. Levy 1999

Carton 21, Folder 19-20

Lakota 1974-1976, 1990-1991

Carton 21, Folder 21

Maricopa undated

Carton 21, Folder 22

Mayan languages 1976, 1990, undated

Carton 21, Folder 23

Miwok undated

Carton 21, Folder 24

Muskogean 1972, 1992

 

Navajo

Carton 21, Folder 25

Papers 1971-1972, 1982

Carton 21, Folder 26

Conference materials, bibliography, miscellaneous 1975, 1979, undated

Carton 21, Folder 27

Noun incorporation undated

Carton 22, Folder 1

Yana 1917, 1987

 

Yavapai

Carton 22, Folder 2

Minimal pairs undated

Carton 22, Folder 3

Revised vocabulary undated

Carton 22, Folder 4

Data 1975, undated

Carton 22, Folder 5

General 1975, undated

 

Yuman

Carton 22, Folder 6

Comparative 1971, 1989-1990, undated

Carton 22, Folder 7

Expressive "say" 1977, undated

Carton 22, Folder 8

Word lists 1965, 1975-1976

Carton 22, Folder 9

Notes undated

 

Native American

Carton 22, Folder 10-11

Papers, articles, newsletter, newspaper clippings 1964-1987, 1998

Carton 22, Folder 12

California word list forms undated

Carton 22, Folder 13

Maps undated

Carton 22, Folder 14

American Ethnological Society: Indian Languages of America 1852

Carton 22, Folder 15

Resources 1998, undated

Carton 22, Folder 16

Notes undated

 

Paipai

Carton 22, Folder 17

Orphans undated

Carton 22, Folder 18

Data 1972

Carton 22, Folder 19

Paipai-English Dictionary (draft) undated

Carton 22, Folder 20

Database printout (Paipai-English) 1993

Carton 22, Folder 21

Papers 1973, 1994

Carton 22, Folder 22

Pomo undated

Carton 22, Folder 23

Restructuring undated

 

Salinan

Carton 22, Folder 24

Historical materials; Georgetown University Library (Washington, D.C.) 1816-1922

Carton 22, Folder 25

Word order 1988

 

Salish

Carton 22, Folder 26

Articles, handouts 1971-1985

Carton 22, Folder 27-28

Papers 1970-1977, 1989

Carton 22, Folder 29

Schwa undated

Carton 22, Folder 30

Siouan 1965, 1996, undated

Carton 22, Folder 31

Tiipay undated

Carton 22, Folder 32

Tolkapaya Yavapai 1977, undated

 

Uto-Aztecan

Carton 22, Folder 33

Cahuilla, Chemehuevi, Comanche, Cupeño, Hopi, Huichol, Mono 1966, 1977

Carton 22, Folder 34

Paiute, Papago, Pima, Quechua, Shosone, Tubatulabal, Ute, Yaqui 1970-1975

Carton 22, Folder 35

General 1974, 1981, 1989

Carton 22, Folder 36

Vowel system undated

Carton 22, Folder 37

Wakashan 1970, 1973, 1977

Carton 22, Folder 38

Walapai 1975, 1981, 1983

 

Field methods notebooks

Carton 23, Folder 1

Aramaic 1987-1988

Carton 23, Folder 2

Assyrian 1991 Winter

Carton 23, Folder 3

Baja texts undated

 

Campo

Carton 23, Folder 4-5

Rosalie Robertson 1966-1967

Carton 23, Folder 6

Kate Coleman, Rosie Meza 1964, 1970

Carton 23, Folder 7

Nelda Cuero Rios, Peggy Connolly

Carton 23, Folder 8

Nelda Cuero Rios, Monique LaChappa, Peggy Connolly, Debbie Cuero 1992-1994

Carton 23, Folder 9-10

Choctaw I-II; Bill Davis, Jim Fife, Adeline Hudson 1978-1979

Carton 23, Folder 11-12

Cocopa texts 1975

 

Diegueño

Carton 23, Folder 13-14

I; Ted Couro, S. Howard 1963

Carton 23, Folder 15

II; Banege, Lopez, Ted, Rosie, Kwaha, Nelda 1963

Carton 23, Folder 16

III; Ted Couro and Christina Hutchesson conversation, Eagle Peak 1963-1964

Carton 23, Folder 17

IV; Ted Couro, Rebecca Alto Federation, Florence Barrett (?) 1964

Carton 23, Folder 18

V; Ted Couro and Christina Hutchesson conversation II 1964

Carton 23, Folder 19

VII; Ted Couro, Coyote and Fox, Young Bear, Man on Black Horn 1964

Carton 23, Folder 20-21

VIII; Karuk (?) at Sumerton, The Cowboy, Biography 1964

Carton 23, Folder 22

X; Dolf Bersford, Steve Ponchetti, prayers 1964

Carton 24, Folder 1-3

Miscellaneous 1964-1965

Carton 24, Folder 4

XI; Christina Hutcheson 1965

Carton 24, Folder 5

Florence Barrett, new text 1969

Carton 24, Folder 6

Florence Barrett, Baron Long, Rosalie 1969

Carton 24, Folder 7

Rebecca Alto 1970

Carton 24, Folder 8=9

I-II; Len Neufeld undated

Carton 24, Folder 10-11

Eskimo (Point Barrow, Alaska); Edith Roney/Rowray (?) et al. 1971, 1973

Carton 24, Folder 12

Gã; Kwame Asare 1985-1985

Carton 24, Folder 13-14

Guarani 1972, 1984-1985

Carton 24, Folder 15

Hungarian 1982-1983

Carton 24, Folder 16-18

Jamul I-III; Jane Dumas, et al. 1990

Carton 25, Folder 1-2

Kwtsaan 1974-1978

Carton 25, Folder 3-4

Lakota 1976

Carton 25, Folder 5

Luiseño; Villiana Hyde 1970

Carton 25, Folder 6-7

Malagasy I-II 1986-1987

Carton 25, Folder 8-9

Navajo 1971, 1974

Carton 25, Folder 10-11

Newari I-II 1983-1984

Carton 25, Folder 12-13

Tamil I-II 1979-1980

Carton 25, Folder 14-15

Telugu I-II 1980-1981

 

Language slips/bibliography slips in boxes

 

Joel, Judith (Yuman/Paipai), majority for Yuman Comparative Dictionary

Box 1-6

Verbs (sections 1-9, 10a, 10b, 10c) 1958=1959

Box 7

Natural phen, artifacts and nouns, body parts, animals and their products, plants, notes about text collection, verb pronoun objects, verbal adjectives, adverbs and interject particles, qualities/quantities, big/small, hot/cold, colors, numbers, paradigms, inflected forms 1958-1960

Box 8

Ethnographic notes, corresponds, comparative morphological structure and elements, kin terms, Paipai informants, body parts and products, animals, artifacts, quantities/qualities, position, verbs, paradigms, phrases and idioms, kinship terms, Kiliwa (Rufino Uchurte) 1958-1960

Box 9

People, body parts, K-nouns, theme primary base, unanalyzable simple, partially analyzable, complex analyzable, noun suffixes 1958-1959, 1977

Box 10

People, male, female, kin, people extended, chief, pronouns, of the head, chia, of the body, animals/mammals, birds, reptiles, insects, animal products 1960-1961

Box 11

Numbers, quantities, size/shape, form, evaluation, colors, temperature/humidity, internal qualities, taste/flavor, state of being, basic functions, social, senses/mind, mouth, go/come, whole body, instrumental, household, economic, sighting, weather, directions, locations, demonstrations, interrogatives, 1960-1961

Box 12

Sky, of time, of water, of earth, of fire, of weather, seasons, culture nouns, arts and crafts, food/food preparations, warfare, ceremony, house, clothing 1960-1961

Box 13

Sources, Kawaiisu, Salinan, plant types and parts, fruits, trees, domestic plants 1960, 1975-1977

Box 14

Peach, dam, spoon, shovel, scissors, mirror, knife, work, mule, cattle, dog, cowboy, chief, God, town, whiskey, chair, ball, pump, auto, telephone, store, directions 1960-1980

Box 15

Morpheme file (P.C. and L.G.) 1957

Box 16

Paradigmatic, phonology, objects, locative-demonstrative stems, 1959-1965

Box 17

Locatives; time; adverbials in time, motion, direction, position 1959

Box 18

Paradigm, possession, ablaut plurals, nouns and noun suffixes, verbs, phon 1958-1965

Box 19

Pem, tem, koss, predicate nominals, paradigm, phrase nouns, verbs, compounds, derived 1958-1959, 1963

Box 20

Cochimi, Salinan, other Hokan, notes on anthropologists/linguists, tribe names, place names, Ipai/Tipai (Bright) 1959-1961

Box 21

Time verb index 1963-1994

Box 22

Paipai descriptive term, words to match, unanalyzable terms, Kiliwa, Paipai, Yavapai, Walapai, Havasupai, Tipai, Campo and Diegueño, Cocopa, Yuma, common nouns, to file 1976-1980, 1992

 

Crawford, Judith (Mohave)

Box 23-25

English-Mohave (A-Z) 1968, 1972

Box 26

Mohave-English 1968, 1972

Box 27

Mohave-English; Spanish borrowings in Seri, Yurumangi Hokan, Quechan 1968, 1972

Box 28

Mohave-English; botany, sentence files, sound symbolism, eat, songs, exclamations, idiomatic expressions, dialects 1968, 1972

Box 29

Mohave-English; personal names, plen, Yuman (P-Y) 1968, 1972

Box 30

Morphology; plurals, say, be, questions, problems 1968, 1972

Box 31

Morphology; grammatical notes, phonology, tone pitch/stress, gerunds, derivation, compounds, nouns, pronouns, possession, plurals, demonstrative prefixes, imperatives 1968, 1972

Box 32

Morphology; alphabetical 1968, 1972

Box 33

Irregular verbs, subjective prefixes, subjective-objective prefixes, negatives, air, passives 1968-1972

Box 34

Pomoan/Yuman and bibliography, Catawba/Hokan and bibliography, Suri/Yuman and bibliography, Yuman/Hokan undated

 

Harrington, John Peabody

Box 35-39

Chimariko (includes other Native American languages) A-Z, unfilled slips, unglossed forms; research slips copied by Kenneth Beck and Judith Gray 1968 Spring

Box 40

Diegueño; Isidro Nejo (Mesa Grande), Feliciano Manteca, Bartolo, Coleman, Manuel Cuero, Jose de Oro, Juan Siliva; research slips copied by Judith Crawford undated

Box 41

Taxonomy bibliography, Mohave bibliography, ethnobotany bibliography, Pinart, Kiliwa, animal names, birds, insects, plant names, taxonomy slips, general ethnographic bibliography; research information copied by Judith Crawford undated

Box 42

English and Diegueño slips; field method class with speaker Rosalie Robertson 1969 Winter

Box 43

Diegueño; morphology file, phonemics undated

Box 44

Bibliography; classification, American Indians, Athabaskan, Algonquian, Penutian, Uto-Aztecan, Siouan, descriptive, historical, Indo-European, dialectology, obituaries, typology, history of linguistics, from Baja undated

Box 45

Campo lexical file; Diegueño-English, English-Diegueño, Rosalie and Delphina undated

Box 46

Cocopa lexical file undated

Box 47

Diegueño lexical file; L. Spier (Southern Diegueño customs), E.W. Clifford (The Kamia of Imperial Valley), L. Lee (North Diegueño), T.T. Waterman undated

Box 48

Mesa Grande lexical file; Diegueño-English undated

Box 49-51

Mesa Grande lexical file; English-Diegueño (A-Y) undated

Box 52

Havasupai, Kiliwa, Maricopa lexical files undated

Box 53

Paipai lexical file undated

Box 54

Tipai lexical file; Leanne Hinton (La Huerta Tipai) undated

Box 55

Sanskrit, Seri, Luiseño, Walapai, Yavapai, lexical files undated

Box 56

Cocopa, Yavapai, syntactic files undated

Box 57

Diegueño field notes, Doug Walker undated

Box 58

Navajo undated

Box 59

Yuman vocabularies; Castettler, Bell, Forde, Kroeber; Bibliographies, Native American languages undated

Box 60

Southwestern Yavapai; Germanic, Icelandic, Celtic; miscellaneous slips undated

Box 61-62

Indo-European; Guarani, Assyrian, Newari undated

Box 63

Telugu, Tamil; grammar undated

 

Series 3 Biographical information/education 1960-1998

Physical Description: Cartons 26-27.

Arrangement

Arrange chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Contains curriculum vitae, articles featuring Langdon, and document regarding her research materials. Also includes Langdon's course work at the University of California, Berkeley.
Carton 26, Folder 1

Curriculum vitae undated

Carton 26, Folder 2

Articles featuring and mentioning Langdon 1969, 1978, 1985, 1997-1998

Carton 26, Folder 3

Deposition of academic materials 1998 July 2

 

University of California, Berkeley course work

Carton 26, Folder 4

Transcript of Berkeley classes undated

Carton 26, Folder 5

Anthropology 120: Language and Culture (D.H. Hymes) 1960 Fall

Carton 26, Folder 6

Linguistics 150: Introduction to Indo-European Grammar (Beeler) 1960 Fall

Carton 26, Folder 7

Sanskrit 190A 1960

Carton 26, Folder 8

Linguistics 130: Phonetics and Phonemics 1960

Carton 26, Folder 9

Linguistics 101 1961

Carton 26, Folder 10

Linguistics 140: Linguistic Analysis: Morphology and Syntax (Shipley) 1961 Spring

Carton 26, Folder 11

Linguistics 145: Types of Linguistic Structure: A Survey of Selected Languages (Pitkin) 1961 Spring

Carton 26, Folder 12-14

Linguistics 180: History of Linguistics (D.H. Hymes); Ferdinand de Saussure and the Linguistic Sign in Light of the Manuscript Sources (paper) 1961 Spring

Carton 26, Folder 15

Anthropology 125: Comparative Societies (Robert F. Murphy) 1961 Summer

Carton 26, Folder 16

German 265: Gothic (Beeler) 1961-1962 Fall

Carton 26, Folder 17

Linguistics 220A: Newari, field methods (Haas); The Segmental Phonemes of Newari: A Tentative Solution (paper) 1961-1962 Fall

Carton 26, Folder 18-19

Linguistics H195: Morphological Analysis (S.M. Lamb); Homonymy vs Polysemy: Suppletion vs Different Morphemes (paper) and Some English Morphotactics (paper) 1962

Carton 26, Folder 20-21

Linguistics 220B: Burmese; Some Aspects of Burmese Morphology and Syntax (paper) 1962

Carton 26, Folder 22-24

Linguistics 170: American Indian Languages 1962

Carton 27, Folder 1

Philosophy 133B 1962

Carton 27, Folder 2

Comparative Methodology 1962 Summer

Carton 27, Folder 3

Linguistics: Theory of Phonetic Analysis 1962 Summer

Carton 27, Folder 4

Linguistics: American Indian Languages 1962 Summer

Carton 27, Folder 5

Linguistics: Analysis of Meaning (Willy Haas) 1962 Summer

Carton 27, Folder 6-7

Linguistics: Uralic I-II (University of Washington, Seattle) 1962 Summer

Carton 27, Folder 8-9

Linguistics 35: Descriptive Linguistics 1962 Fall

Carton 27, Folder 10

Scandinavian 203 (Beeler) 1962 Fall

Carton 27, Folder 11-12

Linguistics 290A (Mary R. Haas);"Phonetic" vs "Functional" Phonemes-Two Views of French Phonology (paper) 1962 Fall

Carton 27, Folder 13

German 298 (Beeler); Morphophonemics of Old Icelandic Inflection Forms: A Tentative Sketch (paper) 1963 July

Carton 27, Folder 14-16

Linguistics 298 (Mary R. Haas); Diegueño Phonemics: A First Statement (paper) and A Diegueño Text: The Flute Player (paper) 1963-1964

Carton 27, Folder 17

Linguistics 140 (W.L. Chafe) 1963-1964

Carton 27, Folder 18

Linguistics 290B (Chafe) 1963-1964

Carton 27, Folder 19-20

Linguistics 290G (Mary R. Haas); Diegueño and Cocopa: A Binary Comparison (paper) 1963-1964

Carton 27, Folder 21-22

Romance Philology 208 (Yakov Malkiel); Review of Halina Lewicka (paper) and A General Linguist's View of Word Formation in Middle French (review article) 1963-1964

Carton 27, Folder 23

Linguistics 205 (Chafe) undated

Carton 27, Folder 24

Exam answers undated

Carton 27, Folder 25-26

Notes undated

 

Series 4 Teaching 1965-1999

Physical Description: Cartons 28-29.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Contains some information related to Langdon's professional activities during her teaching assignment in the Linguistics Department at the University of California, San Diego. The majority includes teaching materials consisting of lecture notes, handouts, exams, background materials, and student work.
Carton 28, Folder 1

Linguistics Department faculty information (University of California, San Diego) 1976

Carton 28, Folder 2

Annual Supplement to the Biography Form 1980-1981

Carton 28, Folder 3

Development of Center for Native American Language Retention and Renewal; Ad hoc Committee (San Diego State University) 1974

 

Course materials

Carton 28, Folder 4

Linguistics 100: General Linguistics 1965 Fall

Carton 28, Folder 5

Linguistics 150: Indo-European Languages 1965 Fall

Carton 28, Folder 6

Linguistics 211/211A: Latin, Greek, Old Icelandic 1966 Fall

Carton 28, Folder 7

Linguistics 206: California Word Lists 1966 Winter

Carton 28, Folder 8

Linguistics 251: Historical Linguistics 1967, 1970

Carton 28, Folder 9

Comparative Austronesian Linguistics 1968

Carton 28, Folder 10

Korean 1969

Carton 28, Folder 11

Linguistics 271: Language and Culture 1970 Fall

Carton 28, Folder 12

Linguistics 161: Eskimo-Aleut 1971

Carton 28, Folder 13

Linguistics 151: Indo-European Languages 1971, 1973

Carton 28, Folder 14-15

Sanskrit 1972 Winter

Carton 28, Folder 16

Linguistics 211B: Point Barrow Eskimo 1973 Spring

Carton 28, Folder 17

Linguistics 264: Old Norse 1973 Fall

Carton 28, Folder 18

Linguistics 292 (?) 1973

Carton 28, Folder 19

Linguistics 164: Native American Languages 1974 Winter

Carton 28, Folder 20-21

Linguistics 1: Introduction 1976-1977

Carton 28, Folder 22

Linguistics 251: Historical Linguistics 1978 Spring

Carton 28, Folder 23

Linguistics 151: Historical Linguistics 1979 Fall

Carton 28, Folder 24

Linguistics 164: Old Icelandic 1979 Spring

Carton 18, Folder 25

Linguistics 265: Classification of Native American Languages 1980

Carton 28, Folder 26-30

Linguistics 157: Sanskrit 1982 Spring

Carton 29, Folder 1

Linguistics 280: Classification 1982 Spring

Carton 29, Folder 2-3

Linguistics 165: Native American Languages 1982 Fall

Carton 29, Folder 4

Linguistics 251: Historical Linguistics 1983 Spring

Carton 29, Folder 5-6

Linguistics 5: Introduction to Language 1985, 1988

Carton 29, Folder 7-8

Linguistics 300(?): American Indian Linguistics 1988-1989

Carton 29, Folder 9

Linguistics 145: American Indian Linguistics 1989 Fall

Carton 29, Folder 10

Linguistics 143: Introduction to Romance Languages 1989-1990

Carton 29, Folder 11

Linguistics 141: Iipay 1990 Fall

Carton 29, Folder 12-13

Linguistics 75: Language in America 1991 Winter

Carton 29, Folder 14

Linguistics 250: Historical Linguistics 1994 Winter

Carton 29, Folder 15-18

Linguistics 250: Indo-European 1994

Carton 29, Folder 19

American Indian Languages 1994, undated

Carton 29, Folder 20-21

Linguistics 250: American Indian Languages and Historical Linguistics seminar 1997 Spring

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Linguistics 90: Language and Literature of Native California 1997 Winter

Carton 29, Folder 23

Linguistics 288: Historical Linguistics undated

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Typology undated

Carton 29, Folder 26

University of California, Santa Cruz; Pomoan, Seri, Yuman 1982 Summer

Carton 29, Folder 27

Australian National University, Canbera; Department of Linguistics 1988 Summer