Harvey Pitkin Papers

Mss.Ms.Coll.78

Date: 1884-1980 | Size: 37.25 Linear feet

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).

Background note

Born in New York City on April 22, 1928, Harvey Pitkin received his doctorate in linguistics from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1963. Under the direction of Alfred L. Kroeber, he directed his attention to a study of the dialects of Wintu (Wintu and Patwin), a Penutian language of Northern California, and later to Yuki and Wappo, California languages of uncertain affinity. Relatively early in Pitkin's career, Kroeber entrusted him with his invaluable collection of Yuki notes and notebooks, feeling that Piktin's ear was better attuned to the subtleties of the language.

In 1960, Pitkin was hired as Assistant Professor in the Department of Linguistics at Berkeley, moving to Indiana University in 1964 as Associate Professor of Linguistics, then in the same year to Columbia University where he spent the remainder of his career in the anthropology department.

Pitkin's publications included two major monographs, Wintu Grammar, University of California Publications in Linguistics 94 (1985), and Wintu Dictionary University of California Publications in Linguistics 95, the former bassed largely on his dissertation. Among several articles he wrote were "A Comparative Survey of California Penutian," "A Bibliography of the Wintun Family of Languages," "A Comparison of Miwok and Wintun" (with Sylvia A. Broadbent), "Language and Culture," "Some Problems of Method in Anthropological Linguistics," "Coyote and Bullhead, a Wintu Text," "Squirrel and Acorn-Woman (Wintu)," and "Two Plus Two Makes Two: An Analysis of Wintu Numerals."

Scope and content

The Pitkin Papers (1884-1968) are comprised of 37.25 linear feet of materials relating to Harvey Pitkin's research on the indigenous languages of northern California. The collection consists primarily of research ntoes and notebooks, vocabularies, and slip files, with some texts and other manuscripts, correspondence, and phonetic tracings. An inveterate collector of materials relating to the languages he studied, Pitkin accumulated originals and copies of the works of other specialists in California languages, including his mentor, 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).

Native American Images Note : Notebooks with pencil sketches of Patwin dance formations and artifacts, color pencil palatograms of Yuki words, and kymograms of Yuki, Yahi, and Patwin disyllables, polysyllables, and sonorants. Phonetic tracings graphed by Pitkin, other contributors include A.M. Halpern and A.L. Kroeber. Of note, Yuki material recorded by Ralph Moore and Yahi tracings from Ishi. Northern Californian indigenous languages collected from 1910-1958. Also includes 31 black and white photographs of Pitkin's Wintu consultants, 1956-1957.

Arrangement

The collection is divided into three series:

Series I. Patwin and Wintu Materials 1884-195713 boxes; 7 linear feet
Series II. Yuki Materials 1900-196812 boxes; 7.25 linear feet
Series III. Miscellaneous Materials 1904-19583 boxes; 1.25 linear feet

Digital objects note

This collection contains digital materials that are available in the APS Digital Library. Links to these materials are provided with context in the inventory of this finding aid. A general listing of digital objects may also be found here.

Collection Information

Provenance

The Pitkin Papers were donated by Harvey Pitkin in February 1993 (acc. no. 1993-227ms).

Preferred citation

Cite as: Harvey Pitkin Papers, American Philosophical Society.

Processing information

Subcollection I was catalogued by Tim Wilson in 1996. Subcollection II was processed and cataloged by Brian Carpenter in 2016.

Separated material

Transferred to printed materials: Ralph Beals, Address in memory of Alfred L. Kroeber, delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Anthropological Association, March 31, 1961, at the University of California, Santa Barbara.The originals of Kroeber's Yuki notebooks were transferred to the Kroeber Papers, Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley in 1999. Photocopies of all were retained.

Related material

The Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley, houses an extensive collection of the papers of A. L. Kroeber.

Indexing Terms


Genre(s)

  • Field notes.
  • Graphs.
  • Kymograms
  • Sketches.
  • Slip files

Personal Name(s)

  • Boas, Franz, 1858-1942
  • Haas, Mary R. (Mary Rosamond), 1910-1996
  • Harrington, John Peabody
  • Hymes, Dell H.
  • Ishi
  • Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960
  • Li, Fanggui
  • Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967
  • Pitkin, Harvey
  • Radin, Paul, 1883-1959
  • Uldall, Hans Jørgen, 1907-1957
  • Ultan, Donald
  • Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot)

Subject(s)

  • Atsugewi language
  • California Indians
  • Cherokee language
  • Gilyaks
  • Indians of North America -- California
  • Indians of North America -- Languages
  • Kwakiutl language
  • Language and languages -- Phonetic transcriptions
  • Luiseno language
  • Maidu language
  • Wappo dialect
  • Wintu language
  • Yahi language
  • Yana language
  • Yuki language


Detailed Inventory

Subcollection I
 15.5 Linear Feet
Series I. Patwin and Wintu Materials
1884-19577.0 linear feetbox Series I: 1-2

Notes and notebooks, vocabularies, slip files, texts, manuscripts, and phonetic tracings relating to Wintu, Patwin (Southern Wintu), and Nomlaki (Central Wintu) languages. The materials are arranged by format, and then filed alphabetically by the name of the collector or recorder

Series I-A. Research notes
1900-195728 foldersbox Series IA: 1-2

Loose notes and notebooks on Wintu and Patwin linguistics and ethnography, arranged alphabetically by author or collector and, within that, by title. Although most of the material if original, the series include Jeremiah Curtin's "Wintu words and names" and photocopies of Roland Dixon's Wintu notebooks.

The series also contains materials collected by other linguists and ethnographers, including nine notebooks kept by A. M. Halpern, 1936 (see related notebooks in Servies III-A). Halpern's notebooks include notes from several locations, including Colusa, Enterprise, Rumsey, and Stonyford. The series also includes an important series of notebooks by A. L. Kroeber, 1900-1924, concerning various dialects or areas of Hill, River, Colusa, and Long Valley Patwin. These notebooks also contain occasional information on Atsugewi, Yana, Salt Pomo, Lake Miwok, Kato, and Pomo.

Finally, the series includes an index to Paul Radin's work on Patwin and Wintun, notebooks by Radin, T. T. Waterman (on southeastern Wintu and Patwin phonetics), Howard Wilson (on Grimes Patwin, taken 1903 an annotated by Kroeber), and a computer printout of Donald Ultan's fieldnotes on Patwin (arranged by book number, see also Series I-B).

Curtin, Jeremiah.
Wintu words and names
n.d.Photocopybox Series IA-1

Original at Smithsonian Institution

Dixon , Roland Burrage, 1875-1934.
Wintu notebooks
n.d.Photocopy, 3 foldersbox Series IA-1

Originals at Peabody Museum and Library, Harvard University.

Halpern, A. M..
Wintu notebooks
n.d.9 notebooksbox Series IA-1
Halpern, A. M..
Butte City, Patwin notebook
1936 box Series IA-1
Halpern, A. M..
Colusa I, Patwin notebook
1936 box Series IA-1
Halpern, A. M..
Colusa II, Patwin notebook
1936 box Series IA-1

Native American images note: pencil sketch by informant William Benjamin, dance diagram.

Halpern, A. M..
Enterprise I, Wintu notebook
1936 box Series IA-1
Halpern, A. M..
Enterprise II, Reddings, Wintu notebook
1936 box Series IA-1
Halpern, A. M..
Grindstone Rancheria, Patwin notebook
1936 box Series IA-1
Halpern, A. M..
Rumsey I, Patwin notebook
1936 box Series IA-1
Halpern, A. M..
Rumsey II, Patwin notebook
1936 box Series IA-1

Native American images note: pencil sketches by informant Daisy Lowell Lorenzo of baskets, bowls, arrow designs.

Halpern, A. M..
Stonyford, Nomlaki notebook
1936 box Series IA-1
Index to Radin materials on Patwin and Wintun
n.d. box Series IA-1
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Atsugewi, Yana, Wintun, Hat Creek notebook
1900 box Series IA-1

Pp. 39-50 cut out, perhaps for Roland Dixon.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
List of Patwin linguistic data in keeping of A. L. Kroeber, transferred to [U.C. Berkeley] Linguistics Dept.
1957Photocopy, 3 foldersbox Series IA-1

Originals at Peabody Museum and Library, Harvard University.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960. Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot).
List of Patwin words [to be kymographed?]
1957, n.d. box Series IA-1
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebooks
1901-1924 box Series IA-1
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 22: Huchnom-Yuki, Wintun, Wappo
1901, 1903, 1908 box Series IA-1

KFI: Dr. 3, item 3

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 201: Hill Patwin, River Patwin
1923 box Series IA-1

Native American images note: pencil sketches by informant Peter Wilson of diagrams with settlements noted.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 202: Hill Patwin, Central Wintun, Salt Pomo
1923 box Series IA-1

Native American images note: pencil sketches of diagrams, creation figure.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 204: N.E. Pomo, Central Wintun
1923 box Series IA-1
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 206: Lake Miwok, Long V[ally] Patwin, Kato, Pomo (Lower Lake)
1923 box Series IA-1

Word lists, place names, and ethnographic notes with Salvador Chapo, Lake Miwok, at Middletown (John Sebastian, interpreter); Carlos Lewis, Valley Patwin, at Long Creek and Bartlett Creek; Bill Ray, Kato/Cahto, at Laytonville; and Jeff Davis, Huchnom; Pomo.

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Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 209: River Patwin
1924 box Series IA-1
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 210: River Patwin
1924 box Series IA-1

Ethnographic notes, with some place names and vocabulary, from consultant Pete Wilson at Colusa.

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Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Phonetic notes on Colusa Patwin
1910 box Series IA-1

Native American images note: pencil sketches by informant Tom Odock of phonetic symbols with words.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
S. Wintun, Patwin notebook
1916 box Series IA-1
Radin, Paul, 1883-1959.
Wintun, Patwin notebook
1931 box Series IA-2
Ultan, Donald.
Patwin fieldnotes
n.d. oversize IA:
folder 1-7
Ultan, Donald.
Book 1 "H U"
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IA-1
Ultan, Donald.
Book 2 "H U"
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IA-2
Ultan, Donald.
Book 3 "H U"
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IA-3
Ultan, Donald.
Book 4 "A U"
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IA-4
Ultan, Donald.
Book 5 "H U"
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IA-5
Ultan, Donald.
Book 6 "L U, C U, R U, T U"
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IA-6
Ultan, Donald.
Book 7 (River Patwin?) "R U"
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IA-7
Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot).
Notes on Patwin phonetics
1957, n.d. box Series IA-2
Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot).
S.E. Wintun notebook
1910 box Series IA-2
Wilson, Howard B..
Linguistic notes on Grimes Patwin
1903, 1957 box Series IA-2
Series I-B. Vocabularies and slip files
1884-19324 folders, 11 boxesbox Series IB-2

Pitkin's Wintu grammar slip file, arranged alphabetically by English word or phrase.

The series also includes photocopies of vocabularies by Jeremiah Curtin (1884) and Paul Radin, from his Patwin-English dictionary, a Suisun vocabulary taken by John Alden Mason, a Patwin vocabulary recorded by Kroeber, and computer printouts of Ultan's Patwin to English vocabulary arranged in alphabetical order by phonetic spelling (see his fieldnotes in Series I-A).

Curtin, Jeremiah.
Wintun vocabulary
n.d.Photocopybox Series IB-2

Originals at Smithsonian Institution

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Colusa Patwin, River Patwin vocabulary
1909 box Series IB-2
Mason, John Alden, 1885-1967.
Suisun vocabulary
1916 box Series IB-2
Radin, Paul, 1883-1959.
Patwin-English dictionary
1932?Photocopybox Series IB-2

Original at APS.

Ultan, Donald.
Patwin [Dictionary]
n.d.Computer printoutoversize 1 / Series IB
Ultan, Donald.
Folder 1: "A U"
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IB-1
Ultan, Donald.
Folder 2: "C U"
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IB-2
Ultan, Donald.
Folder 3: "H U"
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IB-3
Ultan, Donald.
Folder 4: "L U"
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IB-4
Ultan, Donald.
Folder 5: "R U"
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IB-5
Ultan, Donald.
Folder 6: "T U"
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IB-6
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Patwin slipfile
n.d.ca.1,800 slipsbox Series IB - Kroeber Slipfile 1
Pitkin, Harvey.
Wintu Grammar: English-Wintu slipfile
n.d.ca.27,000 slips, 10 boxesbox Series IB - Pitkin Slipfile 1-10
Pitkin, Harvey.
Box 1: A-Be
n.d. box Series IB - Pitkin Slipfile 1
Pitkin, Harvey.
Box 2: Bi-Cri
n.d. box Series IB - Pitkin Slipfile 2
Pitkin, Harvey.
Box 3: Cro-Fa
n.d. box Series IB - Pitkin Slipfile 3
Pitkin, Harvey.
Box 4: Fe-G
n.d. box Series IB - Pitkin Slipfile 4
Pitkin, Harvey.
Box 5: H-Li
n.d. box Series IB - Pitkin Slipfile 5
Pitkin, Harvey.
Box 6: Lo-Op
n.d. box Series IB - Pitkin Slipfile 6
Pitkin, Harvey.
Box 7: Or-Rh
n.d. box Series IB - Pitkin Slipfile 7
Pitkin, Harvey.
Box 8: Ri-Sop
n.d. box Series IB - Pitkin Slipfile 8
Pitkin, Harvey.
Box 9: Sor-Tho
n.d. box Series IB - Pitkin Slipfile 9
Pitkin, Harvey.
Box 10: Thr-Z
n.d. box Series IB - Pitkin Slipfile 10
Series I-C. Texts and manuscripts
1909-19579 foldersbox Series IC-2

manuscripts and texts relating to Patwin and Wintu languages, grammar, speech, and songs. The series includes an annotated photocopy of Jaime de Angulo's "Patwin Language," S. A. Barrett's transcriptions and translations of speech and song recordings, Kroeber's notes on linguistics, Radibn's "Grammatical Sketch" (outlining prefixation, suffixation, and syntax), and T. T. Waterman's notes on Patwin phonetics.

Angulo, Jaime de.
Patwin language
1929Photocopy, 2 foldersbox Series IC-2

Original at APS.

Barrett, S. A..
Speech and song recordings -- Transcriptions and translations
1909, 1957 box Series IC-2
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notes on texts transcribed Oct. 24-25
1909, 1957 box Series IC-2
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Patwin texts and notes, and preliminary linguistic analysis
1909 box Series IC-2

"Patwin texts and notes and preliminary linguistic analysis dictated by Tim Odiek (?), River Patwin, of Colusa from phonograph cylinders previously recorded..."

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Radin, Paul, 1883-1959.
Grammatical sketch prefixation
n.d. box Series IC-2
Radin, Paul, 1883-1959.
Grammatical sketch suffixation
n.d. box Series IC-2
Radin, Paul, 1883-1959.
Grammatical sketch syntax (part II)
n.d. box Series IC-2
Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot).
Phonetics of the Patwin language [oe, the phonetic system of the Southeastern Wintun dialect]
n.d. box Series IC-2
Series I-D. Phonetic tracings
n.d.1 folderbox Series ID-2

Phonetic tracings, specifically kymograms (in original form or as photoprints) of Patwin words.

Patwin phonetic tracings -- kymograms
n.d.Photoprintsbox Series ID-2

Marked Fig. 1-3, 5, 7. Image note: 5 graphs.

Series II. Yuki Materials
1900-19687.25 linear feetbox Series II: 3-8

Material gathered by A. L. Kroeber, who sent a list of his files to Dell Hymes (see Ser. II-A).

Series II-A. Research notes
1900-196048 foldersbox Series IIA: 3-4

Notes arranged alphabetically by author or recorder, and then alphabetically by title. One folder includes comments by Kroeber and Hymes on Hans Uldall's "Preliminary report on Yuki tones," and there is a related file on Yuki tones.

The series is rich in material collected by A. L. Kroeber, including a series of notebooks filed by number (e.g. Notebook 22) or title, when unnumbered, a few folders containing homonyms and near-homonyms or minimal and near-minial pairs (one done by Pitkin), as well as several folders of notes and a list of Yuki material prepared for Dell Hymes, glossed with reference to the Kroeber drawer and item numbers, as originally stored. The notes range from 1900 to 1932, with annotations made in 1957-1958. The notebooks dating from 1900-1908 are largely concerned with Yuki language and stories, and some contain material on Wintu, Pomo, Sinkyone, and Coast Yurok. Among other items are a folder containing Fang-Kuei (Fanggui) Li's notes on Yuki tones from 1927, with annotations from 1957; two folders of Pitkin's notes on materials received from Kroeber and on Yuki phonemics, 1957, several folders of Hans Uldall's notes on Yuki stems, tones, and suffixes, and a bibliography by Kroeber of Mayo-Polynesian languages.

Kroeber, A. L. and Dell Hymes.
[Comments on Hans Uldall's "Preliminary report on Yuki tones" with annotations by Kroeber]
[1958?] box Series IIA-3
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Data on tones and tones traced
1927 box Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 1, item 22

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Grammatical notes
1927 box Series IIA-3

Noptes on kymograph.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Folder 1
1957, n.d. box Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 1, item 6a

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Folder 2
1902, 1957 box Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 1, item 6b

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Homonyms?
n.d. box Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 1, item 22 (3a)

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Indexes to notebooks and loose-leaf notes
1910, 1957 box Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 1, item 3a, 3b

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
List of Kroeber files in University of California, Berkeley's Dept. of Anthropology archvies (for Dell Hymes)
1957 box Series IIA-3
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
List of minimal and near-minimal pair, or, homonyms and near-homonyms
1932, 1957 box Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 1, item 20c

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
N 1-41: Newly determined or redetermined grammatical elements (suffixes)
1932, 1957 box Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 1, item 8

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
N 42-95: Verb stems in rough alphabetical order, ha-nA
1932, 1957-1958 box Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 1, item 9

Kroeber, A. L. and Hans Uldall.
N 96-162: Verb stems, adverbs, pronouns, adjectives, particles
1932, 1957 box Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 1, item 11

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebooks: Yuki
1900-1908Photocopybox Series IIA-3

Originals transferred to the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1999.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 19: Yuki
1900Photocopybox Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 1, item 4

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 20: Yuki
1901Photocopybox Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 1, item 4

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 21: Yuki
1901Photocopybox Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 1, item 4

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 22: Huchnom-Yuki, Wintun, Wappo
1901, 1903, 1908Photocopybox Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 3, item 3

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 23: Yuki
1901Photocopybox Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 1, item 4, "Culture and language."

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 27: Yuki
1902Photocopybox Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 3, item 3, "Wildcat and coyote."

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 28: Yuki
1902Photocopybox Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 1, item 4, "Coyote myth in English."

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 29: Yuki
1902Photocopybox Series IIA-3

KFI: Dr. 3, item 3, "Taikomol and begi. Of coyote."

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 30: Yuki
1902Photocopybox Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 4

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 31: Yuki
1902Photocopybox Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 4, "Coyote text."

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 32: Yuki
1900Photocopybox Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 3, item 3, "Coyote and crow," "Ham nam wok" [first mentruation dance].

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 46: Yuki
1902Photocopybox Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 4

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notebook 47: Yuki
1902Photocopybox Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 4

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notes on powers (burial of the dead, scalping, beheading, tattooing)
n.d. box Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 7

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notes on Round Valley informants
n.d. box Series IIA-4
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Notes on Yuki linguistic material transfrred to Linguistics Dept. for Harvey Pitkin
1903, 1957 box Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 7

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Stem list: nouns, adjectives, verbs, suffixes
1958, n.d. box Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 15

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Terminal consonant combinations in Uldall's monosyllabic stem list, U 10-16
n.d. box Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 22 (3a)

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Tone texts and comparisons of Yuki words with Spanish and English
n.d. box Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 17, Wildcat, Coyote and crow texts

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Verb forms and suffixes: V 1-25
1931 box Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 18

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Vebr stems: hA-nA; and, Noun and verb stems: P, P', and S
1931-913, 1957, 1960 box Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 22 (3a)

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Yuki notes
1906 box Series IIA-4
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Yuki, Huchnom, Kabenapo, Pomo notebook
1917 box Series IIA-4
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Yuki phonemes, verb stem list, suffixes
1957 box Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 22 See related material in: Ser. II-A. Piktin, Havrey, Yuki phonemics.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Yuki tones -- notes
n.d.Photocopybox Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 22

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Yuki tones and stem syllable types: T 1-38
1932, 1957 box Series IIA-4
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Yuki suffixes -- notes
1932, 1958 box Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 20. Noun and verb suffixes, and suffix tones, and their meanings (includes 2p. index).

Li, Fanggui.
Yuki tones -- notes
1927, 1957, n.d. box Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5e. See Ser. II-D for words traced on the kymograph.

Pitkin, Harvey.
Notes on Yuki and Patwin material received from A. L. Kroeber and Mary Haas
1957 box Series IIA-4
Pitkin, Harvey.
Yuki phonemes, verb stem list, suffixes
1957 box Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 22. Contains comparisons of equivalent orthographies of Kroeber, Uldall, proposed [Pitkin], and phonetic

Uldall, Hans.
Monosyllabic noun stems: TU 39-44
1931-1932, 1958? box Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 10. Annotations by Kroeber. "TU" seems to indicate Typed Uldall. See also: Ser. II-A. Uldall, Hans, Verb stems, stem tones, and suffixes. See also: Ser. II-A. Uldall, Hans, Monosyllabic noun stems U 10-16.

Uldall, Hans.
Monosyllabic noun stems: U 10-16
1931-1932, 1957 box Series IIA-4

Annotated by Kroeber. See also: Ser. II-A. Uldall, Hans, Monosyllabic noun stems: TU 39-44.

Uldall, Hans.
Verb stems, stem tones, and suffixes: U 17-23, 46, 75; V 1
1931, 1957-1958? box Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 12. See also: Ser. II-A. Uldall, Hans, Monosyllabic noun stems: TU 39-44.

Uldall, Hans.
Verbs: W 5-23, 25-30
1931-1932, 1958 box Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 10.

Uldall, Hans.
Verbs: 31-50
1932 box Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 13.

Uldall, Hans.
Yuki language -- notes
1932?Photocopybox Series IIA-4

KFI: Dr. 1, item 22.

Uldall, Hans.
Yuki tones: T 1-14
1932, 1957 box Series IIA-4

Annotated by Kroeber.

Series II-B. Vocabularies and slip files
1903-195836 folders, 6 boxesbox Series IIB: 4-7

Includes a Coast Yuki word list recorded by Harold Driver, 1935, and photocopies of John P. Harrington's English-Yuki slipfile. Among files containing material by Kroeber are ones containing a word list of animal names; miscellaneous Huchnom slips; a list containing Wappo, Yuki, Coast Yuki, and Huchnom words for man, woman, and person; a Wappe-Yuki comparison (1903, 1908); and Yuki and Huchnom word lists. The unfiled slips from the Kroeber-Uldall Yuki morpheme slip file are housed in folders; otehrwise the slipfile (ca.1958) is organized by Yuki morpheme, with separate (additional) slips for suffixes and dialects. One section is marked "Old orthography." An english-Wappo slip file is based on Radin's notes.

Driver, Harold.
Coast Yuki word list
1935Photocopybox Series IIB-4

KFI: Dr.1, item 22 (5).

Harrington, John Peabody.
English-Yuki slipfile
n.d. box Series IIB: 4-7
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 1, "A"
n.d. box Series IIB-4
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 2, "Ba-Bo"
n.d. box Series IIB-4
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 3, "Br-Bu"
n.d. box Series IIB-5
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 4, "C"
n.d. box Series IIB-5
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 5, "D"
n.d. box Series IIB-5
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 6, "E"
n.d. box Series IIB-5
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 7, "F"
n.d. box Series IIB-5
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 8, "G"
n.d. box Series IIB-5
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 9, "H"
n.d. box Series IIB-5
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 10, "I-J"
n.d. box Series IIB-5
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 11, "K"
n.d. box Series IIB-5
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 12, "L"
n.d. box Series IIB-6
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 13, "M"
n.d. box Series IIB-6
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 14, "N"
n.d. box Series IIB-6
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 15, "O"
n.d. box Series IIB-6
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 16, "P-Q"
n.d. box Series IIB-6
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 17, "R"
n.d. box Series IIB-6
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 18, "Sa-Sl"
n.d. box Series IIB-6
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 19, "Sm-Sw"
n.d. box Series IIB-6
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 20, "Ta-Th"
n.d. box Series IIB-6
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 21, "Ti-V"
n.d. box Series IIB-7
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 22, "Wa-Whe"
n.d. box Series IIB-7
Harrington, John Peabody.
Folder 23, "Whi-Y"
n.d. box Series IIB-7
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Animal names word list
n.d. box Series IIB-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 7.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Huchnom slips
n.d. box Series IIB-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 7.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
List of Wappo, Huchnom, Yuki, and Coast Yuki words for person, man, and woman
n.d. box Series IIB-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 22 (3a).

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Wappo-Yuki comparison
1903, 1908 box Series IIB-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 2b.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Yuki and Huchnom word lists
n.d. box Series IIB-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 6c.

Kroeber, A. L. and Hans Uldall.
Yuki morhpemes slip file
ca.1958 box Series IIB-7
Kroeber, A. L. and Hans Uldall.
-P to -Pis
ca.1958 box Series IIB-7
Kroeber, A. L. and Hans Uldall.
-Poy
ca.1958 box Series IIB-7
Kroeber, A. L. and Hans Uldall.
Suffixes -S to -Suy
ca.1958 box Series IIB-7
Kroeber, A. L. and Hans Uldall.
U 56-57, W 50
1958 box Series IIB-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 20, unfiled slips.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Yuki phonetic transcriptions list
n.d. box Series IIB-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 6c.

Pitkin, Harvey.
Yuki Š stem dictionary: Š verbs, nouns, and adverbs
1957? box Series IIB-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 22 (4).

Yuki and Huchnom vocabularies
1907 box Series IIB-7

"Redwood Valley R./Used in ethnogeography of Pomo".

Kroeber, A. L. and Hans Uldall.
Yuki morphemes slipfile
ca.1958ca.12,850 slipsbox Series IIB - Slipfile 1-6
Kroeber, A. L. and Hans Uldall.
a-i
ca.1958 box Series IIB - Slipfile 1
Kroeber, A. L. and Hans Uldall.
k-m
ca.1958 box Series IIB - Slipfile 2
Kroeber, A. L. and Hans Uldall.
n-t'
ca.1958 box Series IIB - Slipfile 3
Kroeber, A. L. and Hans Uldall.
č-y, suffixes -Am to -ki
ca.1958 box Series IIB - Slipfile 4
Kroeber, A. L. and Hans Uldall.
Suffixes -kil to -yAun
ca.1958 box Series IIB - Slipfile 5
Kroeber, A. L. and Hans Uldall.
Dialects and suffices (unfiled slips)
ca.1958 box Series IIB - Slipfile 6
Kroeber, A. L. and Hans Uldall.
Yuki vocabulary slips (old orthography)
ca.1958ca.255 slipsbox Series IIB - Slipfile 1

Filed in Ser. II-B, Yuki morpheme slipfile box 1

Radin, Paul, 1883-1959.
English index to Wappo slips ex. Radin
n.d.ca.1,745 slipsbox Series IIB - Slipfile 6

Filed in Ser. II-B, Yuki morpheme slipfile box 6

Series II-C. Texts and manuscripts
1901-195818 foldersbox Series IIC-7

Manuscripts and texts relating to the Yuki language by Kroeber, working primarily with consultant Ralph Moore, as well as information on Moore's ancestry and dialect. The texts include both transcriptions and translations of seven Yuki tales or songs, and the originals notes for tehse are cross-referenced in the Kroeber notebooks in Series II-A. The songs are of adolescence, thunder twins, coyote, coyote and crow, coyote and wildcat, taikomol, and feather dance. There is a Huchnom creation story, translated by Robert Lowie, Pitkin's transcriptions and translations of of the wildcat and coyote, and untitled Yuki text, North wind and Sun, Coyote and Crow, the Coast Yui, and Wildcat, taken from Hans Uldall's notes.

The series also includes Uldall's "Preliminary Report on Yuki Tones," with additional notes by Kroeber; Uldall's Yuki texts (on which Pitkin worked), which include those listed above, as well as Northwind and Sun, Wildcat and Coyote, The Coast Yuki, Coyote and Crow, Wildcat, Coyote and Crow Cycle, and Coyote and Skunk.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
History of the recording of Yuki
1958 box Series IIC-7

Also titled: "History of Yuki language study".

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Ralph Moore: Ancestry and dialect
1931-1932, 1958 box Series IIC-7
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Significances of some of Uldall's orthographies
1958 box Series IIC-7
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Yuki connectives
1958 box Series IIC-7
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Yuki language and phonetics
n.d. box Series IIC-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 6c.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Yuki texts -- transcriptions
1902 box Series IIC-7
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Adolescence
1902 box Series IIC-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 14. See Ser. II-A. Kroeber, A. L., Yuki notebook 32 for translation.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
nā' mo'l-nAn mū' sp-nA" [Thunder twins]
1901 box Series IIC-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 14. See Ser. II-A. Kroeber, A. L., Yuki notebook 20 for translation.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Coyote
1902 box Series IIC-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 14. See Ser. II-A. Kroeber, A. L., Yuki notebook 29 for translation.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Coyote and crow
1902 box Series IIC-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 14. See Ser. II-A. Kroeber, A. L., Yuki notebook 32 for translation.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Coyote and wildcat
1902 box Series IIC-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 14. See Ser. II-A. Kroeber, A. L., Yuki notebook 27 for translation.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
"hīl ā tAt ya' t' ei ei taikô' mol"
1902 box Series IIC-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 14. See Ser. II-A. Kroeber, A. L., Yuki notebook 27or translation.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
"KôpA' wô' klami" [Feather dance]
1901 box Series IIC-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 14. See Ser. II-A. Kroeber, A. L., Yuki notebook 20 for translation.

Lowie, Robert Harry, 1883-1957.
Huchnom creation myth -- translation
1917 box Series IIC-7
Pitkin, Harvey.
Wildcat and coyote -- Phonetic transcription and partial translation
1957 box Series IIC-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 20c. "Original phonetic transcription from tape of Wildcat and Coyote (version variant of Kroeber and Uldall recordings)."

Pitkin, Harvey.
Wildcat and Coyote text -- transcription in Yuki
1957 box Series IIC-7
Pitkin, Harvey.
Yuki texts from uldall folder pages VIB and following -- transcription and translation
1958 box Series IIC-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 20d and 20f. Texts transcribed: Untitled, Northwind and sun, Coyote and Crow, The Coast Yuki, and Wildcat. See related: Ser. II-C, Uldall, Hans, yuki texts.

Uldall, Hans.
Preliminary report on Yuki tones, with notes to Uldall essay by A. L. Kroeber
1932, 1958 box Series IIC-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5d. See also Ser. II-A. Krober, A. L. and Dell Hymes, [Comments on...]" See also: Call no. 497.3 B63c Yk.1 for another edited copy of this work.

Uldall, Hans.
Yuki texts -- transcriptions and translations
n.d. box Series IIC-7

KFI: Dr. 1, item 20g. Northwind and sun Wildcat and Coyote Coast Yuki Coyote and Crow Wildcat Coyote and Crow cycle Coyote and Skunk See also: Ser. II-C. Pitkin, Harvey, "Yuki text from Uldall folder..."

Series II-D. Phonetic tracings
1912-195819 foldersbox Series IID-8

Phonetic tracings, esp. kymograms, of Yuki words as recorded from Ralph Moore. For more information on their recording see Kroeber's article in Scientific American.

Disyllables: Huùtle -- Kymograms
1912, 1958Photoprint and orig.box Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 14 graphs.

Disyllables, polysyllables -- Kymograms
1912, 1958Photoprintbox Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 13 graphs.

Final glide-vowel -- Kymograms
1912, 1958Photoprintbox Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 3 graphs.

Final glottal stops, breaths, w/y devoiced, sonorants -- Kymograms
1912, 1958Photoprintbox Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 11 graphs.

Final sonorant -- Kymograms
1912, 1958Photoprintbox Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 5 graphs.

Final sonorants -- Kymograms
1912, 1958Photoprintbox Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 14 graphs.

Final stops: aspirate, glottal -- Kymograms
1912, 1958Photoprintbox Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 7 graphs.

Final vowel: a a -- Kymograms
1912, 1958Photoprintbox Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 9 graphs.

Glottal stop -- Kymograms
1912, 1958Photoprintbox Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 3 graphs.

Glottal stop in vowel -- Kymograms
1912, 1958Photoprintbox Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 7 graphs.

Initial vowel: u only -- Kymograms
1912, 1958Photoprintbox Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 2 graphs.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Index of words traced on kymograph
1912, 1958 box Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Phonetics notes and list of words traced
1923 box Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5f.

Miscellaneous tracings -- kymograms
n.d.Photoprint and orig.oversize 1 / Series IID

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5c.

Folder 1: unlabeled
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IID-1
Folder 2: unlabeled
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IID-2
Folder 3: 19-27 breath onlty
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IID-3
Folder 4: 40, 41, 52-56, breath only
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IID-4
Folder 5: 30-39 wildcat test[?]. A-Ø as marked in printed book. Breath only.
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IID-5
Folder 6: Breath only -- fast
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IID-6
Folder 7: XXIX, L, LI, LII Nose only
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IID-7
Folder 8: Tamb[?]
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IID-8
Folder 9: Nose only 46, 47
n.d. oversize 1:
folder Series IID-9
Mounted black on white tracings -- kymograms
1912, 1958 box Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a.

Palatograms and word list
1923 box Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 30 color pencil sketches showing word pronouncation on the tongue.

Selected and analyzed tracings -- kymograms
1912, 1958 box Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 15 graphs.

Stop V stop -- kymograms
1912, 1958Photoprintsbox Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 12 graphs.

Tracings not used in 1958 -- kymograms
1912 box Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5b. Image note: 18 graphs.

Tracings to be contact-printed -- kymograms
1912, 1958 box Series IID-8

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 25 graphs.

Unidentified tracings -- kymograms
n.d.8 oversize 1 / Series IID

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a.

Series II-E. Correspondence
1932-19683 foldersbox Series IIE-8

Includes an index by Kroeber to his correspondence with the linguist Hans Uldall, and Yuki consultant Ralph Moore, as well as Kroeber's correspondence with Uldall and Theodora Kroeber's correspondence with Piktin.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Correspondence with Louis Hjelmslev and Hans Uldall
1932-1933, 1957-1958 box Series IIE-8

KFI Dr. 1, item 22.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
List of correspondence with Hans Uldall and Ralph Moore, 1923-1933
1958 box Series IIE-8

KFI Dr. 1, item 19.

Kroeber, Theodora.
Correspondence with Harvey Pitkin
1968 box Series IIE-8
Series III. Miscellaneous Materials
1904-19581.25 linear feetbox Series III: 9-10

Assorted materials on a variety of languages, including Yahi, Hamawi, Achumawi, Maidu, Cherokee, Mohave, Kato, Chumash, Luiseno, and Kwakiutl. The Yahi material was collected from Ishi between 1911 and 1915. This series follows the same general arrangement as the preceding series.

Series III-A. Research notes
1904-19568 foldersbox Series IIIA-9

Notes arranged alphabetically by author or recorder, and then alphabetically by title. Five notebooks contain texts collected by A. M. Halpern of "Fox and Coyote," oral histories of spiritual power and doctors, Hat Creek, creation myths, and the political history of the Hawai and Achumawi. Two of the notebooks concern the Maidu and Cherokee. T.T. Waterman's notebook contains information obtained from the Yahi consultant Ishi through the interpreter Sam Batwi.

Halpern, A. M..
Linguistic notes
1936 box Series IIIA-9
Halpern, A. M..
Adin [Hill, Hamawi, Achumawi] notebook
1936? box Series IIIA-9
Halpern, A. M..
Alturas I [Hamawi, Achumawi] notebook
1936? box Series IIIA-9
Halpern, A. M..
Alturas II [Hamawi, Achumawi] notebook
1936? box Series IIIA-9
Halpern, A. M..
Auburn, Sugar Pine Hill, Maidu notebook
1936? box Series IIIA-9

Restrictions on Access: This material has been designated as potentially culturally sensitive. Reproduction, including Reading Room photography, is restricted. Please consult the Manuscripts Department for more information.

Halpern, A. M..
Cherokee [Maidu] notebook
1936? box Series IIIA-9

Other Descriptive Information: "Cherokee" written on front cover, though the contents appear to relate entirely to California.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
[Bibliography of] Malayo-Polynesian languages -- Notes
n.d. box Series IIIA-9
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Mohave disposition and description -- notes
1904, [1956?] box Series IIIA-9

KFI: Dr. 1, item 16.

Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Talbot).
Southern Yana, Yahi notebook
1911 box Series IIIA-9

Recorded from Ishi.

Series III-B. Vocabularies and slip files
1912-19537 folders, 1 boxbox Series IIIB: 9-10

The series contains four items: a list of Chumash geographical terms and Kato word list by Kroeber; a blank vocabulary and/or phonetic workform; a slip file of Kwakiutl names created by Franz Boas and others. The Kwakiutl names were taken from three sources: a manuscript(s) by George Hunt; Boas' "Contributions to the ethnology of the Kwakiutl" Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology vol. 3 (1925); and Boas' "The religion of the Kwakiutl Indians" Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology vol. 10 (1930). The slipfile is arranged into personal names, myth names, tribe and and clan names, with some unsorted slips.

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942. et al.
Kwakiutl slipfile: personal names, myth names, tribe and clan names
n.d.ca.2,375 slipsbox Series IIIB - Kwakiutl Slipfile 1
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Chumash geographical terms -- Notes
1912, 1953 box Series IIIB-9
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Kato word list -- Notes
1912, 1953 box Series IIIB-9
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Luiseno adjectives derived from nouns -- slipfile
n.d.2 foldersbox Series IIIB-9
Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Luiseno verb stems -- slipfile
n.d.2 foldersbox Series IIIB-10
Vocabulary and phonetic workform
n.d. box Series IIIB-10
Series III-C. Texts and manuscripts
1914-19563 foldersbox Series IIIC-10

Manuscripts and texts relating to Kwakiutl, Luiseno, and Yahi. These include an annotated page proof for a portion of Edward S. Curtis' The North American Indian (Plimpton Press, 1907-1930) concerning the Kwakiutl potlatch (with annotations by Krober); Kroeber's notes on English verb classification and Luiseno verbs; and a photocopy of portions of Kroeber's notebooks identifying and mapping Yahi place names recorded from Ishi in 1914.

Curtis, Edward S..
"Kwakiutl potlatch," from The North American Indian (Northwood, Mass.: Plimpton Press), 137-155
n.d.Page proofsbox Series IIIC-10

Annotations by Kroeber, "File under Myers."

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
English verb classification; and Luiseno verbs which focus on a sensory aspect of a movement or act
1956? box Series IIIC-10

KFI: Dr. 1, item 16.

Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960.
Yahi place names
1914Photocopybox Series IIIC-10

Ishi. Pp.68a-c, 69-81, 95-103, 105-115; maps

Series III-D. Phonetic tracings
1911-19582 foldersbox Series IIID-10

Phonetic tracings (kymograms) of Yahi words as recorded from Ishi.

English tracings: Bake, bad, pick, tag -- kymograms
1912, 1958Photoprint and orig.box Series IIID-10

KFI: Dr. 1, item 5a. Image note: 4 graphs.

Yahi phonetic tracings -- kymograms
1912, 1958 box Series IIID-10

Ishi. Image note: 13 graphs.

Series III-E. Other correspondence
1961 box Series IIIE-10

Correspondence between Mary Haas, Dell Hymes, and Harvery Pitkin regarding the use, transfer, and housing of linguistic materials at the Departments of Linguistics and Anthropology at the University of California.

University of California, Berkeley. Department of Lingusitics
1961 box Series IIIE-10

Correspondence of Mary R. Haas, Dell Hymes, Harvey Pitkin.

Subcollection II
 21.75 Linear Feet

Other Descriptive Information: Processed by Brian Carpenter in 2016.

Series 1: Correspondence
 0.5 Linear Feet
Allen, Robert J.
  
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
  
Apter, Andrew
  
Austerlitz, Robert
  
Bright, William
  
Browder, Anna
  
Chafe, Wallace
  
Chudnovsky, David
  
Darnell, Regna
  
Du Bois, Cora
  
Goddard, Ives
  
Haas, Mary R.
  

Letter was included with Item 40: WW 7.

Hamp, Eric
  
Hinton, Leanne
  
Hymes, Dell
  
Jincheng, Huang
  
Leeds-Hurwitz, Wendy
  
Levine, Robert
  
Ley, Michael
  
Liebe-Harkort, Marie-Louise
  
Magnetti, Linda A.
  
Malone, Joseph
1965 
Martin, Jack B.
  
Piault, Colette
  
Riseman, Paul
  
Sapir Centennary
  
Shapiro, Michael
  
Shipley, William
  
Shipley, William, and Morris Swadesh
  
Silbert, Robert
  
Silverstein, Michael
  
Swadesh, Morris
  
Thayer, Paul S.
  
University of California Press
1966, 1976 

Correspondence regarding "Wintu Grammar" and "Wintu Texts" submitted for publication. Includes prospectus written on the "Wintu Texts" volume. Includes letters by Mary R. Haas.

Woodbury, Hanni (to Clara Shapiro)
October 9, 1978 

In response to research proposal of Madeleine Mathiot.

Series 2: Research materials
 5 Linear Feet
Subseries 1: Field Notes
  
Wintu field notes #1
1956-1957 
Wintu field notes #2
1956-1957 
Wintu field notes #3
1956-1957 
Wintu field notes: Carrie Dixon
1956 
Subseries 2: Wintu Grammar Texts and Dictionary
  
Wintu Grammar, Texts, and Dictionary: Introduction, story, music, misc.
  
Wintu Grammar, Texts, and Dictionary: Volume I
  
Wintu Grammar, Texts, and Dictionary: Volume III, pt. 1
  
Wintu Grammar, Texts, and Dictionary: Volume III, pt. 2
  
Wintu Grammar, Texts, and Dictionary: Volume IV, pt. 1
  
Wintu Grammar, Texts, and Dictionary: Volume IV, pt. 2
  
Wintu Grammar, Texts, and Dictionary: Volume V, pt. 1
  
Wintu Grammar, Texts, and Dictionary: Volume V, pt. 2
  
Wintu Grammar, Texts, and Dictionary: Volume VI, pt. 1
  
Wintu Grammar, Texts, and Dictionary: Volume VI, pt. 2
  
Wintu Grammar, Texts, and Dictionary: Volume VI, pt. 3
  
Wintu Grammar, Texts, and Dictionary: Volume VII, pt. 1
  
Wintu Grammar, Texts, and Dictionary: Volume VII, pt. 2
  
Wintu Grammar, Texts, and Dictionary: Volume VII, pt. 3
  
Subseries 3: Wintu Dictionary
  
English-Wintu
  
English-Wintu, pgs. 1-167 (with corrections)
  
English-Wintu, pgs. 168-381 (with corrections)
  
English-Wintu: CAKE to DARK
  
English-Wintu: DAUGHTER to FORELEG
  
English-Wintu: FOOTHILLS to LAND
  
English-Wintu: LANGUAGE to PINE
  
English-Wintu: THISTLE to WASP
  
English-Wintu: WATCH to ZOOP
  
Slips to add to English-Wintu entries
  
Wintu-English
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 1-112
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 113-232
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 233-302
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 303-383
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 394-484
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 485-599
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 600-753
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 757-882
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 865-948
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 949-1014
  
Wintu-English : pgs.1097-1178
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 1179-1243
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 1137-1252
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 1253-1379
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 1380-1479
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 1480-1557
  
Wintu-English: pgs. 1523-1631
  
Wintu index: ABALONE to BY
  
Wintu index : PINE to STRIKE
  
Wintu index (extras)
  
Subseries 4: Wintu Texts
  
4-A: Wintu Texts (drafts)
  
Wintu Texts (drafts): Introduction and Table of Contents
  
Wintu Texts: pgs. 1-35
  
Wintu Texts: pgs. i-102
  
Wintu Texts: pgs. 103-207
  
Wintu Texts: pgs. 208-337
  
Wintu Texts: pgs. 338-416
  
Wintu Texts: pgs. 5-103, "D D Lee texts"
  
Wintu Texts: pgs. 104-202, "D D Lee texts"
  
Wintu Texts: pgs/108-, "Gramm 1st copy"
  
4-B: Source texts (originals and drafts)
  
Nomlaki: N4: Pitkin, Harvey. Nomlaki field notes, Paskenta dialect.
1956-1957 
Northern Wintun: W1: Curtin, Jeremiah. "Creation Myths..."
  

Typewritten and handwritten draft of word list extracted from Curtin's book.

Northern Wintun: W2: Kroeber, Alfred. Unpublished field notes, notebook #12
  

Handwritten draft copied from Kroeber's originals.

Northern Wintun: W4: Gatschet, Albert S. Zwölf Sprachen aus dem Südwesten Nordamerikas (typewritten draft)
  
Patwin: PH 10: Bright, Elizabeth. Hill Patwin field notes.
  
Patwin: PR16: Waterman, T.T. Patwin field notes
  

Interlinear texts copies from Waterman's original notes.

Suisun: de la Cuesta (Saclan)
  
Suisun: Lord's Prayer (from Platón M.G. Vallejo) #1
  
Suisun: Lord's Prayer (from Platón M.G. Vallejo) #2
  
Suisun: Vocabulary, Arroyo de la Cuesta
  
Wintu: WW2: Curtin, Jeremiah. Bureau of American Ethnology Ms. 841.
  

Handwritten and typewritten draft copied from Curtin's originals.

Wintu: WW3: Curtin, Jeremiah. Bureau of American Ethnology Ms. 841.
  

Copies from Bureau of American Ethnology.

Wintu: WW4: Curtin, Jeremiah. Bureau of American Ethnology Ms. 1453
  

Copies from Bureau of American Ethnology.

Wintu: WW6: Gatschet, Albert S. Bureau of American Ethnology Ms. 1564.
  

Copies from Bureau of American Ethnology.

Wintu: WW12: Radin, Paul. Wintu Lexicon.
  

Typewritten draft copied from Radin's original.

Wintun: J. P. Harrington field notes
1931 
4-C: Source texts (book-ready versions)
  
Section 3: Northern Wintun Word Lists (Code: W)
  
(3) Introduction
  

Description by Pitkin: "The five word lists included in this section, each identified by the letter "W", are ambiguous as to the language recorded. Northern Wintun is used here to include forms which are either Wintu or Nomlaki, but are not clearly identified as either. Since no detailed treatment of Nomlaki exists on the basis of which to distinguish it from Wintu, and since these are 'early' recordings without sufficiently reliable phonetic detail or semantic scope to serve as a basis for determination, they have been left with the identification of Northern Wintun in the absence cf further indications in the manuscripts themselves. They conform to the northern pattern phonlogically and morphologically rather than to a southern (Patwin) model. Wintu and Nomlaki are thought, in any case, to be most closely related, if indeed they are not merely two dialects cf the same language."

(3.1) W1: Curtin, Jeremiah. "Creation Myths..."
  

Word list culled by Pitkin from Jeremiah Curtin's "Creation Myths of Primitive America in Relation to the Religious History and Mental Development of Mankind" (Boston, 1898), pages 3-278. Description by Pitkin: "This word list has been culled from Curtin's published 'Creation Myths...' and conforms to a Northern Wintun model as far as phonology and morphology indicate. While the place names included allow an interpretation as Wintu, some of the items are otherwise unattested for Wintu. The phonetic evidence is ambiguous: no contrast between /k/ and /q/ is recorded by Curtin, although that contrast is distinctive of Wintu. But older recordings of Wintu do not note the distinction, and modern recordings of Nomlaki are themselves ambiguous: Pitkin and Swadesh write /q/ but Halpern does not. Nomlaki dialects may themselves have varied in this respect. Curtin writes no glottal stop or glottalized consonants, but while /ch/ is written for /č/, /ts/ is used for /ć/ a glottalized palatal or apical affricate. Both /h/ and /x/ are recorded as /h./ and /i/ indicates both /i/ and /ai/. His /hi/ appears for the lateral affricate or spirant, plain or glottalized. In short, some phonemic contrasts are absent and vowel length and stress are essentially unindicated, although a few acute accent marks appear."

(3.2) W2: Kroeber, Alfred. Unpublished field notes, notebook #12
1901 

Specific language not identified. Notes collected in Trinity County, California. Description by Pitkin: "These seventeen words are interesting for at least two unusual forms: 'river' and 'dog' as well as the very indirect phonetic evidence provided by the transcription. They appear among field notes identified as Trinity County Wintu field notes, although no location or informant is otherwise specified to aid identification or dialect."

(3.3) W3: Curtin, Jeremiah. Bureau of American Ethnology, Ms. 3805 (part)
Undated 

Primarily includes place names and time terms. Identified as "probably Nomlaki." Description by Pitkin: "Although the provenience of these forms is net given, it is probably Nomlalki on the basis of the place names referred to. The transcription here is essentially the same as for W1, except the diacritics amplify the phonetic values of the vowels. These forms are identified as Wintun time and place names."

(3.4) W4: Gatschet, Albert S. Zwölf Sprachen aus dem Südwesten Nordamerikas
1876 

Collected by Dana in Colorado. Identified only as "Digger" by Gatschet. Found in book published in Weimar, Herman Böhlau, 1876. Description by Pitkin: "These twenty-five forms collected, by Dana have the same origin as the forms collected by Loew in W5. They are of unusual interest only because they were collected in Colorado, and among the earliest recordings of a northern variety of Wintun. They are identified as 'Digger' by Gatschet, but that term was widely ascribed to various California groups. Note the /kt/ initial cluster in 'foot' which is entirely unique."

(3.5) W5: Gatschet, Albert S. Zwölf Sprachen aus dem Südwesten Nordamerikas
1876 

Identified by Pitkin as "Wintu (probably)." Collected by Oscar Loew in Colorado. Identified only as "Digger" by Gatschet. Found in book published in Weimar, Herman Böhlau, 1876, pages 77-79, 98-114. Description by Pitkin: "These forms were collected by Oscar Loew in Colorado and are identified by Gatschet as 'Digger Indianer', a term used for most California Indians and not distinctive of any group. There is no explanation of what permitted the collection of these forms so distant from where they originated. His transcription merges a number of contrasts: /b/ and /p/ are written as /b/; /k/ and /q/ as /k/; but /q/ is also written as /g/; /kh/ is written for /x/ and /q/; glottalization is not noted, some vowels are confused; but some vowel lengths are indicated by a double dash which also is also used to separate syllables, as is a single dash. An initial /kl/ in warrior is written for glottalized lateral affricate; /tl/ for the same medially in "eight"; and /khl/ for the lateral spirant medially in "sixty". Initially /ts/ is written for glottalized /č/ in 'green" and occasionally /sh/ is written for the retroflexed /s/. While /u/ is written for /w/, /v/ is also, as is expectable for a german speaker."

Section 4: Nomlaki Word Lists (Code: N)
  
(4) Introduction
  

Description by Pitkin: "The five word lists included in this sections each identified by the letter 'N', are taken from manuscripts of unpublished field notes, except for the first, N1. At this writing there is still one speaker, but the language is extinct, and these materials probably constitute virtually all the data available, unless, contrary to expectations, another speaker available for field work, or another manuscript should appear. "Nomlaki has also been referred to as Noamlakee, Wintun (the same as the name of the family of languages), Central Wintun, Northern Wintun (Barrett), and Nomlaki-Wintun (Swadesh); the dialect designations Hill and River Wintun refer to varieties of Nomlaki (Kroeber, Goldschmidt). "The language was spoken in Tehama County, California, south of Wintu and north of Patwin in the Sacramento River valley and to the west to the foothills of the Coast Range of mountains. Since the forms available resemble Wintu so considerably, it is not clear whether the languages were mutually intelligible. One may presume that the phonemic inventories are the same in interpreting the transcriptions."

(4.1) N1: Goldschmidt, Walter. Nomlaki Ethnography.
1951 

From UCPAAE, Vol. 42, no. 4, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1951. Description by Pitkin: "The following word list has been compiled from the Nomlaki forms cited in the above work."

(4.2) N2: Swadesh, Morris. Wintunian Word Lists
1953 

Wintunian Word Lists, unpublished ms., no date.  Pitkin's description: "This 200 word list is copied from unpublished field notes sent to me by the author in 1961 and early 1962. In his letter he identifies the Nomlaki forms as collected from "Jeff Jones, 88, in 1953. The bulk of the material was from Andrew Freeman, 82. Recorded on 21 July 1953. A.F.'s people were from łoppom 'Tule', now called Moundhouse, near Paskenta. sontiloqo (rocksliae) close by. Address of both Gerber, genl delivery. Another informant, Ann Raglin, 70-75, was used for a few words." Later in his letter to me, dated 13 December, 1960, he writes, 'Naturally, you will find phonetic errors, because these are direct field notes, sometimes checked a second time and sometimes not, and without the benefit of cataloguing and cross-checking.' "The typist is identified by Swadesh as Victor Vilella, typist in the Instituto de Historia, Mexico City. The phonetics are in fact excellent. In comparison with those of Halpern and Pitkin they are in entire accord. Although Swadesh also writes, 'I send the first carbon because it is cleaner copy than the original after corrections. The job was done in a hurry, with the typist trying to follow several instructions without my direct supervision,' they are certainly reliable transcriptions. The forms are these from the Swadesh lexicostatistic diagnostic 200 word list arranged alphabetically by English gloss in their original typescript, which is now in the archives of the California Survey of Indian and other Languages, Department of Linguistics, University of California at Berkeley."

(4.3) N3: Swadesh, Morris. Wintun languages field notes, Nomlaki vocabulary.
1953 

Informants: Andrew Freeman, Jeff Jones [J.], Ann Raglin. Pitkin's description: "The following word list is/of the very same provenience already described for W2, having been copied from a typescript based on the field work of 1953, and new in my possession. The same informants already mentioned provided the forms; those marked with 'J.' are from Jeff Jones. The typescript sent me by Swadesh has four columns of Wintun forms: Patwin, Central (Nomlalk), Northern (Wintu), and one labeled meaning. At the end of the typescript is a hand-written list of another thirty forms here included."

(4.4) N4: Pitkin, Harvey. Nomlaki field notes, Paskenta dialect.
1958 

Pitkin's description: "The following word list of my own field notes is based on the Paskenta dialect of Nomlaki (so identified by the informants). The native speakers consulted were Maude Garcia (MG), and Anna Raglin (AR), whose initials are used to identify only those forms that were not shared. Identical forms collected from both are unidentified."

(4.5) N5: Halpern, A.M. Nomlaki field notes.
1936 

Pitkin's description: "The following word list is taken from handwritten field notes recorded in short-hand notebooks. The informant is identified as Santiago McDaniel. The notes are dated nay 6, 1936."

Section 5: Patwin Word Lists (Code: P)
  
(5) Introduction
  

Description by Pitkin: "The following nineteen unpublished word lists representing Patwin are each identified by the letter "P". PG refers to the Grimes dialect, PH to the Hill dialect, and PR to the River dialect. Patwin has also been called Patween, Southern Wintun, Copeh, and Southern Copehan. Patwin continues to be spoken by a number of older people numbering perhaps not more than two dozen, more, that is, than the other languages. As is the case for Nomlaki, there are ethnographic accounts but no published linguistic descriptions. "To the north of the Patwin were the Nomlaki; to the east the Maidu (Valley Nisenan) ana Plains Miwok; to the south the Yokuts and Costanoans; and to the west the Coast Miwok, Wappo, Lake Miwok, Southeast Pomo, Eastern Pomo, Yuki, and Northeast Pomo (Salt Porno). Patwin was spoken at the diffusional crossroads of aboriginal northern California to the north of San Fransisco Bay in the western half of the Sacramento River valley. "In addition to five vowels occuring both short and long /i e a o u/, the probable consonant phonemes are much the same as for the Wintun area to the north, lacking however a post velar series of stops and spirant, and /θ/, and showing a three-way contrast in velar stops /k kh k'/. Otherwise Patwin is in structure very much like Wintu."

(5.1) P1: de Angulo, Jaime. The Patwin Language.
1929 
(5.2) P2: Haas, Mary R. Patwin field notes.
circa 1949-1950 

Pitkin's description: "The following word list is taken from handwritten unpublished field notes collected in 1949 or 1950."

(5.3) P3: McLendon, Sally. Patwin field notes.
1959 

Pitkin's description: "The following word list is taken from handwritten unpublished field notes collected in 1959 from Minnie Bill during the course of eliciting Northeastern Pomo."

(5.4) P4: Merriam, C. Hart. Wintun field notes, packet no 1, "Win-ko-peh."
1904 

Pitkin's description: "The following word list is taken from 29 pages of vocabulary among a larger collection of field notes in the Merriam Collection, department of Anthropology, University of California at Berkeley."

(5.5) P5: Bright, Elizabeth. Patwin field notes.
1953 

Pitkin's description: "This word list is taken from handwritten field notes and is not further identified as to dialect. It was collected in 1953 and the original forms are in the Survey of California Indian and Other Languages archives in the Department of Linguistics, University of California at Berkeley."

(5.6) P6: Swadesh, Morris. Wintunian Word Lists.
Undated 

Pitkin's description: "This 200 word list has the same provenience as M2. (See 4.2 for source, etc.) Swadesh cites informants as 'William Dock, Willie Wiley and Fred Gonsalez (sic.) at Res., 7 miles n. of Calusa (sic.).' As both the Wintu and Nomlaki forms that accompany this material were collected in July 1953, these probably were also. These are then perhaps forms representative of the Colusa Rancheria."

(5.7) P7: Swadesh, Morris. Wintun languages, unpublished field notes.
Undated 

Pitkin's description: "The following word list is of the same provenience already described for N2 (see 4.2 for source, etc.), and the informants are William Dock, Willie TiIey and Fred Gonzalez of the Colusa Rancheria. This was probably collected in July 1953 as for P6 (see 5.6)."

(5.8) P8: Radin, Paul. Patwin manuscripts.
Undated 
(5.9) PG9: Wilson, Howard B. Linguistic field notes on Grimes Patwin.
1903 

Pitkin's description: "The following word list is based on the forms discovered in a notebook given by A.L. Kroeber to the Survey of California Indian Languages Archive in Berkeley. The forms are on pp. 1-39, 47-53, 61-63, and 128."

(5.10) PH10: Bright, Elizabeth. Hill Patwin field notes.
Undated 

Pitkin's description: "The following word list is taken from the Hill Patwin unpublished field notes collected in 1953, containing extensive vocabulary, texts and tape recordings, and now in the archives of the Survey of California Indian and Other Languages, Department of Linguistics, University of California at Berkeley. (See PR14, 5.14 for her recordings cf River Patwin.) It is divided in two parts, the secon part, PH 1Gb is based on informants identified as IV1B (notebook pages 32-47) and NL (pp 8-72)."

(5.11) PH11: Pitkin, Harvey. Patwin field notes.
1959 

Pitkin's description: "These few forms were collected in 1959 from Oscar McDaniels."

(5.12) PH12: Ultan, Donald. Hill Patwin field notes, numerals.(Informant AU)
  

Pitkin's description: "This word list is based on unpublished field notes as made available to me on a computer print-outs in which the differences in orthography were in a simple bi-unique relation to the relatively phonemic orthography of the original even though no published account of the phonology exists. It is also in accord with the Elizabeth Bright analysis of Patwin and the transcriptions of Halpern, Swadesh and my own understanding of Patwin. Both PH 12 and PH 13 represent Hill dialect Patwin and are distinguished by informants: PH 12 includes the informants AU, LU, TU , CU and L; see the heading of each list. The original material is in the of California Indian arid Other Languages Archives, Linguistics Department, University of California at Berkeley."

(5.12) PH12: Ultan, Donald. Hill Patwin field notes, numerals. (Informat CU)
  

Pitkin's description: "This word list is based on unpublished field notes as made available to me on a computer print-outs in which the differences in orthography were in a simple bi-unique relation to the relatively phonemic orthography of the original even though no published account of the phonology exists. It is also in accord with the Elizabeth Bright analysis of Patwin and the transcriptions of Halpern, Swadesh and my own understanding of Patwin. Both PH 12 and PH 13 represent Hill dialect Patwin and are distinguished by informants: PH 12 includes the informants AU, LU, TU , CU and L; see the heading of each list. The original material is in the of California Indian arid Other Languages Archives, Linguistics Department, University of California at Berkeley."

(5.12) PH12: Ultan, Donald. Hill Patwin field notes, numerals. (Informat LU)
  

Pitkin's description: "This word list is based on unpublished field notes as made available to me on a computer print-outs in which the differences in orthography were in a simple bi-unique relation to the relatively phonemic orthography of the original even though no published account of the phonology exists. It is also in accord with the Elizabeth Bright analysis of Patwin and the transcriptions of Halpern, Swadesh and my own understanding of Patwin. Both PH 12 and PH 13 represent Hill dialect Patwin and are distinguished by informants: PH 12 includes the informants AU, LU, TU , CU and L; see the heading of each list. The original material is in the of California Indian arid Other Languages Archives, Linguistics Department, University of California at Berkeley."

(5.12) PH12: Ultan, Donald. Hill Patwin field notes, numerals. (Informat L)
1961 

Pitkin's description: "This word list is based on unpublished field notes as made available to me on a computer print-outs in which the differences in orthography were in a simple bi-unique relation to the relatively phonemic orthography of the original even though no published account of the phonology exists. It is also in accord with the Elizabeth Bright analysis of Patwin and the transcriptions of Halpern, Swadesh and my own understanding of Patwin. Both PH 12 and PH 13 represent Hill dialect Patwin and are distinguished by informants: PH 12 includes the informants AU, LU, TU , CU and L; see the heading of each list. The original material is in the of California Indian arid Other Languages Archives, Linguistics Department, University of California at Berkeley."

(5.12, 5.13) PH12 and PH13: Ultan, Donald. Hill Patwin field notes.
1961 
(5.13) PH13: Ultan, Donald. Hill Patwin field notes (Informant TU)
1961 

Pitkin's description: "This word list is of the same provenience as PH 12 (see 5.12) and represents informant TU."

(5.14) PR14: Bright, Elizabeth. River Patwin field notes.
1953 

Pitkin's description: "The follwing word list is taken from the River Patwin unpublished field notes of the same provenience as PH10 described in 5.10."

(5.15) PR15: Ultan, Donald. River Patwin field notes.
1961 

Pitkin's description: "This word list is of the same provenience as PH12 (see 5.12)."

(5.16) PR16: Waterman, T.T. Patwin field notes.
1910 
(5.18) P18: Barrett, Samuel A. slip file of non-Pomo vocabulary.
  

Pitkin's description: "The following word list is taken from two slip-files in the archives of the Survey of California Indian Languages, Linguistics Department, University of California at Berkeley."

(5.19) P19: Halpern, A.M. Patwin field notes.
1936 

Pitkin's description: "The following word list is from the same source as (N5, See 4.5). These forms were collected on April 30 and May 1, 1936 from Daisy Lowell (Mrs. Loreto)."

Section 6: Suisun Word Lists (Code: S)
  
(6) Introduction
  

Pitkin's description: "The seven word lists and one short text included in this section, each identified by the letter 'S', are from the southernmost region of the Wintun family, and primarily labeled Suisun or Southern Patwin. It may be the earliest recorded variety of this linguistic family extant. It is difficult to say whether Suisun, which may be what has also been designated as Huichun, Juichun, Carquin and Karkin, was a separate language or a variety of Patwin."

(6.1) S1: Arroyo de la Cuesta, Fray Felipe. Southern Wintun vocabulary.
1821 

Pitkin's description: "The following short word list, based on a manuscript in the Bancroft Library, University of California at Berkeley, is described by the author as, 'Terminos y expresiones de Suisun de N.P. que me explicó Samuel Capita, Page, en 17 enero de 1821.' It is identified as Huimen."

(6.2) S2: Arroyo de la Cuesta, Fray Felipe. Southern Wintun vocabulary.
1821 

Pitkin's description: "The following short word list, based on a manuscript in the Bancroft Library, University of California at Berkeley, is described by the author as, 'Terminos y expresiones de Suisun de N.P. que me explicó Samuel Capita, Page, en 17 enero de 1821.' It is identified as Huimen."

(6.3) S3: Arroyo de la Cuesta, Fray Felipe. Southern Wintun vocabulary.
1821 

Pitkin's description: "The following short word list, based on a manuscript in the Bancroft Library, University of California at Berkeley, is described by the author as, 'Terminos y expresiones de Suisun de N.P. que me explicó Samuel Capita, Page, en 17 enero de 1821.' It is identified as Huimen."

(6.4) S4: Curtin, Jeremiah. Bureau of American Ethnology Ms. 1456, ("Yukian")
1884 

Pitkin's description: "The following vocabulary identified as 'Yukian' was recorded in Caifornia from a 'Napa' tribe in November 1884, and appears to be Southern Patwin."

(6.5) S5: Kroeber, A.L. The Patwin and Their Neighbors.
1932 

Pitkin's description: "The following word list is taken from pages 354 and 355, and was originally recorded on October 26, 1916, by J. Alden Mason from Sr. Platón Vallejo, and is identified by kroeber as Suisun."

(6.6) S6: Vallejo, Platón M.G. Suisun manuscript.
Undated 

Pitkin's description: "The following word list is taken from a ms. loaned by Francis Riddell, Curator of the California State Indian i-iuseum, Sacramento, California. The ms. was originally sent to the museum in 1953 by Madie D. Brown, Curator of the Department of natural Resources, Division of Beaches and Parks, State of California, acting on behalf of Mrs, Francises Vallejo McGettigan of San Francisco, the granddaughter of General M.G. Vallejo. The ms. consists of five nearly identical versions of the Lord's Prayer, a Hail Mary, and 20 place names in the language which is identified in the ms. and by the donor as Suisun. Compare this with S5 in 6.5. The original recordings may date from the last decade of the last century."

(6.7) S7: Vallejo, Platón M.G. Suisun manuscript.
Undated 

Pitkin's description: "The following word list is taken from a ms. loaned by Francis Riddell, Curator of the California State Indian i-iuseum, Sacramento, California. The ms. was originally sent to the museum in 1953 by Madie D. Brown, Curator of the Department of natural Resources, Division of Beaches and Parks, State of California, acting on behalf of Mrs, Francises Vallejo McGettigan of San Francisco, the granddaughter of General M.G. Vallejo. The ms. consists of five nearly identical versions of the Lord's Prayer, a Hail Mary, and 20 place names in the language which is identified in the ms. and by the donor as Suisun. Compare this with S5 in 6.5. The original recordings may date from the last decade of the last century."

(6.8) S8: Vallejo, Platón M.G. Suisun manuscript.
  

Pitkin's description: "The following word list is taken from a ms. loaned by Francis Riddell, Curator of the California State Indian i-iuseum, Sacramento, California. The ms. was originally sent to the museum in 1953 by Madie D. Brown, Curator of the Department of natural Resources, Division of Beaches and Parks, State of California, acting on behalf of Mrs, Francises Vallejo McGettigan of San Francisco, the granddaughter of General M.G. Vallejo. The ms. consists of five nearly identical versions of the Lord's Prayer, a Hail Mary, and 20 place names in the language which is identified in the ms. and by the donor as Suisun. Compare this with S5 in 6.5. The original recordings may date from the last decade of the last century."

Section 7: Wintu Word Lists (Code: WW)
  
(7.1) WW1: Curtin, Jeremiah. Bureau of American Ethnology, Ms. 1453 (Paspoicono)
1884 

Pitkin's description: "The following word list is taken from a 94 page manuscript, handwritten on October 15, 1884, identified as 'Paspoicono' and collected from 'Láktciharis (mikĕ)".

(7.2) WW2: Curtin, Jeremiah. Bureau of American Ethnology Ms. 841.
1888-1889 

Pitkin's description: "The following word list is taken from a 78 page handwritten set of BAE Schedules, numbered 1 through 29. No informant is identified but it is clearly Wintu."

(7.3) WW3: Curtin, Jeremiah. Bureau of American Ethnology Ms. 841, (stamped 1926)
1888-1889 

Pitkin's description: "The following word list of lexical items, although not identified by informant is clearly Wintu, and has the same provenience as the previous ms. WW2 in 7.2."

(7.4) WW4: Curtin, Jeremiah. Bureau of American Ethnology Ms. 1453 (text)
1884 

Pitkin's description: "The following short word list is of the same provenience as ms. WW 1, 7.1."

(7.5) WW5: Dixon, Roland B. Outlines of Wintun Grammar.
1909 

Pitkin's description: "The following forms have been taken from the above, published as a chapter, pages 461-476 in the Putnam Anniversary Volume. These forms, words and morphemes, appear to be Wintu, although fifty years later upon checking them with native speakers during field work, the syntax of the forms as originally presented in text by Dixon was found not to be able to be re-elicited without considerable revision by my informant, Carrie B. Dixon."

(7.6) WW6: Gatschet, Albert S. Bureau of American Ethnology Ms. 1564.
1889