Title:Manuscripts relating to linguistic studies, chiefly in Náhuatl: Mexico, 1793-1844
Conversaciones y cartas Hispano-Mexicano
1. Letters in Spanish, apparently models for social and business usage, possibly compiled for Indian students of Spanish.
Written in Coyotepec (Cuautitlán) and Mexico City, from 1793-1814 (14 p.) -- 2. A Spanish-Náhuatl vocabulary with a concluding
note signed by Martín José, possibly the compiler, on August 12, 1812 (26 p.) -- 3. A manuscript written in alternating Náhuatl
and Spanish phrases, dealing with the Mexican calendar and the early Mexican tribes; evidently an exercise in translation.
Undated (5 p.) -- 4. Definitions of a few Náhuatl terms. Undated (2 p.) -- 5. Bibliography of works on various Indian languages,
ranging in date from 1555 to 1844. Undated (2 p.) -- 6. A Náhuatl-Spanish vocabulary. Undated (2 p.).
Manuscripts, Nahuatl -- California -- Berkeley
Manuscripts, Spanish -- California -- Berkeley
Shelfmark: Berkeley, CA, The Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley, BANC MSS M-M 466.
Also available on microfilm (BANC MSS M-M 464-475).
In Náhuatl and Spanish.
From the Ramírez collection. CU-BANC
1 v. (54 p.) ; 23 cm.
partial microfilm reel (32 exposures) : negative (Rich. 403:10) and positive.
BANC MSS M-M 464-475 FILM
BANC MSS M-M 466 v.1