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ANALYTIC

Title:  
On the revival of printing in the Cherokee language
Parent:
Current anthropology, v.3, no.5
Creator:
White, John K.
Publication:
Chicago, 1962.
Call #:  
572.05 C93 V.3, NO.5
Extent:
p.511-514 ; quarto.



ANALYTIC

Title:  
The Revival of printing in the Cherokee language
Parent:
ACLS newsletter, v.13, no.8
Creator:
American Council of Learned Societies
Publication:
New York, 1962.
Call #:  
506.73 AM72A V.13, NO.8
Extent:
p.8 ; octavo.



BOOK

Title:  
A Cherokee syllabary primer
Creators:
Pulte, William. | Cowan, Agnes. | Mills, Faynell. | Smith, Adalene. | Cherokee Bilingual Education Program
Publication:
Cherokee Bilingual Education Program, Tahlequah, Okla, 1972.
Notes:  
"Experimental edition."
Call #:  
497.3 P96c v.1-5
Extent:
5 v. : illus. ; 28 1/2 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
Reading culture: The Cherokee syllabary and the Eastern Cherokees, 1993-1995
Creator:
Bender, Margaret Clelland.
Publication:
, 1996.
Notes:  
Includes bibliographical references.
Call #:  
970.3 B43R
Extent:
vii, 239 leaves ; 28 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
New Echota letters
Creators:
Kilpatrick, Jack Frederick. | Kilpatrick, Anna Gritts. | Worcester, S. A. (Samuel Austin), 1798-1859 | Boudinot, Elias, d. 1839
Publication:
Southern Methodist University Press, Dallas, [1968]
Notes:  
Bibliography: p. 129-130.
Call #:  
970.3 K55N
Extent:
130 p. ; 27 cm.



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1880-1948
Abstract:  

From the 1920s through the 1940s, the University of Pennsylvania anthropologist Frank Gouldsmith Speck worked on Cherokee language and culture with his primary consultant, Will West Long. Raised in Big Cove, North Carolina, Long was a respected elder and spent much of his adult life attempting to record and preserve traditional Cherokee culture. The Speck Cherokee Collection consists of diaries, accounts, and medicinal texts in Cherokee collected by Will West Long and Morgan Calhoun, accompanied by notes by Speck and John Witthoft. Among these are several diaries kept by Long (mostly 1904-1917), records of the Gadugi (a Cherokee mutual aid group), accounts, records of births and deaths at Big Cove, Cherokee-English vocabularies, and material collected on Cherokee botany collected by James Mooney in 1887. Several of the items contain information on Cherokee medicine, including formulae and curing charms.
Call #:  
Mss.572.97.Sp3L
Extent:
0.5 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1993-1995
Abstract:  

Oral history interviews with 15 Cherokee speakers on their background and use of Cherokee, espcially their use of the Cherokee syllabary.
Call #:  
Mss.Rec.262
Extent:
16 tape(s)



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1958
Abstract:  

Field recordings made in North Carolina in 1958 of Cherokee sacred formulae. The material in this collection has been designated as culturally sensitive. Remote access and reproduction are restricted. Please consult a librarian for details.
Call #:  
Mss.Rec.36
Extent:
3 reel(s)



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1958
Abstract:  

Cherokee folkloric stories told by Lloyd Running Wolf Sequoyah and Lawyer Calhoun, 15 in English, 4 in English and Cherokee. Recorded by Raymond Fogelson in North Carolina in July and August of 1958.
Call #:  
Mss.Rec.42
Extent:
13 tape(s)



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1980
Abstract:  

Four Cherokee stories recorded by Charles Huff at Cherokee, North Carolina in June 1980. Three stories--"The Possum's Tail," "The Possum and the Wolves," and "Rabbit and the Bear"--given by Ollie Jumper. One unidentified story given by Goliath George.
Call #:  
Mss.Rec.115
Extent:
2 reel(s)



BOOK

Title:  
DeBrahm's report of the general survey in the Southern district of North America
Creators:
De Vorsey, Louis | De Brahm, John Gerar William, 1717-ca. 1799
Publication:
University of South Carolina, 1971.
Notes:  
"Compendium of the Cherokee Indian tongue in English": p.115-131. For the American Philosophical Society see p.54. Selected bibliography: p.301-316.
Call #:  
917.5 D35R.V
Extent:
xvi, 325 p. : illus., maps ; quarto.



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1951-1952
Abstract:  

Includes folkloric stories, conversation (concerning religion, sons in the military, letters from friends), and a variety of elicitations to test freedom of word order between two generations of speakers, classificatory verbs, word pairs with contrast of vowel length and stress, verb affixes and suffixes, and immediate and regular imperative verbs. Recorded at the Cherokee Indian Reservation, North Carolina from 1951-1952.
Call #:  
Mss.Rec.16
Extent:
9 reel(s)



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1884-1985
Abstract:  

The linguist Harvey Pitkin has worked on several of the indigenous languages of Northern California, with a particular interest in Wintu, Patwin, and Yuki. A student of A. L. Kroeber, Pitkin was a member of the Department of Linguistics at the University of California, Berkeley, and later at Columbia University before his retirement in the late 1980s. The Pitkin Papers contain materials recorded or accumuluted by Harvey Pitkin during the course of his study of American Indian languages, including not only his own fieldnotes and research on Wintu and Yuki, but originals and copies of notes, notebooks, and slipfiles by A. L. Kroeber, A. M. Halpern, John P. Harrington, John Alden Mason, Paul Radin, Hans Uldall, Donald Ultan, T. T. Waterman, and others. These include important information on Atsugewi, Kwakiutl, Luiseno, Pomo, Wappo, Yahi, and Yana, and include some data on the consultants Ralph Moore (Yuki) and Ishi (Yahi).
Call #:  
Mss.Ms.Coll.78
Extent:
37.25 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1949-1961
Abstract:  

This collection pertains principally to the Cherokees of North Carolina and Oklahoma and to their language, ethnography, folklore, archeology, history, music, etc. Includes Indian studies and correspondence by Gillespie, notes on Indian dances and linguistics, bibliographies, publications of the Archaeological Society of Brigham Young University, and newspaper clippings. Also comprised of materials on: Apache, Calusa, Chippewa, Choctaw, Delaware, Eskimo, Fox, Iroquois, Karankawa, Kuchin, Louchens, Mattaponi, Muskogee, Navajo, Onondaga, Pueblo, Sauk, Seminole, Seneca, Shawnee, Sioux, Slave, Timucua, Tuscarora, Tutelo, and Wyandot. Contains: Gillespie, "A grammar of western dialect of Cherokee language of the Iroquoian family," 1949-1954 (131 pages); "Miscellaneous material on the Cherokee Indians and language"; "Miscellaneous items pertaining to the American Indian."
Call #:  
Mss.497.3.G41
Extent:
1 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
Circa 1910-1930
Abstract:  

These papers include materials on the Onondaga, Tuscarora, Seneca, Cayuga, and Oneida Indians, collected during the years 1928-1930 under the auspices of the American Council of Learned Societies' Committee on Native American Languages. Included are field notes, grammars, dictionaries, studies of Handsome Lake religion, medical prescriptions, comparative linguistics, and correspondence with Franz Boas. Contains data on consultants, texts, translations, paradigms, grammatical studies, and lexical files.
Call #:  
Mss.497.3.OL2
Extent:
4.5 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1802-1808
Abstract:  

This item contains Jefferson's comparative vocabulary, based on his collection of vocabularies taken on printed forms; a second comparative vocabulary; and John Sibley's vocabulary of the Caddo language. This document was damaged in transit from the White House to Monticello in 1809 (see letters of Jefferson to Peter S. Du Ponceau, November 7, 1817, and April 26, 1816.)
Call #:  
Mss.497.J35
Extent:
1 volume(s)



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1784-1828
Abstract:  

Beginning in the 1790s, the American Philosophical Society began to accumulate vocabularies and texts written in Native American languages, guided by Thomas Jefferson's idea of using comparative linguistics to reconstruct the histories of Indian peoples and discern their origins. The American Indian Vocabularies Collection was initially assembled by the Historical and Literary Committee of the APS for publication in 1816. They include information on seventeen North American languages and one each from the Caribbean and Central America, collected between 1784 and 1828. A number of individuals were invovled in recording the vocabularies, including Benjamin Hawkins, William Thornton, David Campbell, Daniel Smith, Constantine Volney, Constantine Rafinesque, William Vans Murray, John Heckewelder, Martin Duralde, Campanius Holm, and Jefferson himself. Most followed the standardized word set established by Jefferson.
Call #:  
Mss.497.V85
Extent:
0.25 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1935-1937
Abstract:  

Recordings of Cherokee, Naskapi, Penobscot, Sioux (Santee), and Ho-Chunk materials. The copies in the APS Library were made from discs recorded by Speck in the field in various places in the United States, Canada, and Labrador between 1935 and 1937.
Call #:  
Mss.Rec.49
Extent:
4 reel(s)



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