Title:Vocabularies of the Klatskanai and Tah-cully Indians, circa 1854-1876
Vocabularies of the Klatskanai and Tah cully Indians
Creator/Contributor:Anderson, Alexander Caulfield, 1814-1884, creator
Creator/Contributor:Gibbs, George, 1815-1873
The Klatskanai (Tlatskanai) vocabulary is a fragmentary copy. A note by Anderson, 1876, says he gathered the words in 1854
or 1855 from the last survivor of his tribe. To it are added words and numerals of another tribe of Athapascan stock, the
"Tah-cully" (Takulli) of the upper Fraser River, British Columbia. With this manuscript is a torn sheet containing words and
expressions in "Arra-Arra or Middle Klamath," endorsed by Anderson as "by the late George Gibbs Esq."
Subject:Anderson, Alexander Caulfield -- 1814-1884 -- Archives
Indians of North America -- British Columbia -- Languages
Also available on microfilm.
Anderson, Alexander Caulfield, 1814-1884. Vocabularies of the Klatskanai and Tah-cully Indians,circa 1876, BANC MSS P-C 44,
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Forms part of the Hubert Howe Bancroft Collection.
3 pages ; 33 cm.
partial microfilm reel (4 frames) : negative (Rich. 107:16-20) and positive.
BANC MSS P-C 44
BANC MSS P-C 31-32, 34-46 FILM