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Callaghan (Catherine A.) papers
BANC MSS 2017/196  
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Description
The Catherine A. Callaghan papers document her scholarship on indigenous languages in California. The bulk of the collection consists of dictionaries, grammars, vocabularies, field notes, research files and writings, and teaching materials related to the following Native American languages and dialects: Bodega and Marin Miwok (Coast Miwok), Chochenyo, Lake Miwok, Mutsun, Northern Sierra Miwok, Plains Miwok, and Rumsen. There are also audio recordings and a small amount of correspondence.
Background
Catherine A. Callaghan (1931-2019) was Professor Emerita of Lingusitics at the Ohio State University. Callaghan was born in Berkeley, California. She received her B.A. in mathematics and her Ph.D. in linguistics from UC Berkeley in 1954 and 1963, respectively. Callaghan taught at OSU from 1965 until her retirement. Her research focused on indigenous languages of California.
Extent
28.4 Linear Feet (8 cartons, 1 box, 30 card file boxes)
Restrictions
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Availability
Cartons 1-8, box 1, and cardfile boxes 1-30 are open for research. Audio recordings are being processed.