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Hokan studies

papers from the First Conference on Hokan Languages held in San Diego, California, April 23-25, 1970

by Conference on Hokan Languages San Diego, Calif. 1970.

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Published by Mouton in The Hague .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hokan languages -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Margaret Langdon and Shirley Silver.
    SeriesJanua linguarum : Series practica ;, 181
    ContributionsLangdon, Margaret, 1926-, Silver, Shirley.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPM1343 .C6 1970
    The Physical Object
    Pagination373 p. :
    Number of Pages373
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4628980M
    ISBN 109027931240
    LC Control Number77460274

    Book Reviews his immediate successors, so that what we too loosely identify today as Bloomfieldian contributions to the study of the Hokan and Penutian families. The present volume is the resulting trilogy will be an outstanding contribution to Hokan studies and to linguistics. Vergleichende Phonetik der karaibischen : William W. Elmendorf. Half of the essays treat Hokan languages, but Uto-Aztecan, Penutian, Muskogean, Iroquoian, Mayan, and other groups are also represented, with pieces on phonology, syntax, the lexicon, and discourse. Studies in American Indian Languages: Description and Theory (UC Publications in Linguistics #) | .

    English [] Etymology []. morphemize +‎ -ation. Noun []. morphemization (countable and uncountable, plural morphemizations). The act or process of, or an instance of, morphemizing (becoming, or causing something to become, a morpheme). , Margaret Langdon, Shirley Silver, Hokan studies: papers from the First Conference on Hokan Languages held in San Diego, California, April , Zen Studies Society-- Clouds in Water-- Dharma Field-- Soto School Clan of Cats -- FirstMonday -- Food Amtrak -- Bicycle Safety Training -- Online Bicycle Safety Training -- Twin Cities Bicycle Safety Training -- .

    Hokan: 1 n a family of Amerindian languages spoken in California Synonyms: Hoka Types: show 26 types hide 26 types Chimariko the Hokan language spoken by the Chimariko Esselen the Hokan language spoken by the Esselen Kulanapan a group of languages of the Hokan family Quoratean a group of languages of the Hokan family Shastan a group of. KUMEYAAY RESEARCH Portal. Traduzca esta página inglesa al español-by webmaster, Gary G. Ballard. The Kumeyaay Information Village Website provides this KUMEYAAY INDIANS on-line research portal and educational tutorial free of advertisements and agendas to learn about the southwestern aboriginal California tribal peoples of San Diego County and Imperial County and northwest Baja .


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Hokan studies by Conference on Hokan Languages San Diego, Calif. 1970. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Hokan / ˈ h oʊ k æ n / language family is a hypothetical grouping of a dozen small language families that were spoken mainly in California, Arizona and Baja the first half-century after the "Hokan hypothesis" was first proposed by Roland B.

Dixon and Alfred L. Kroeber, and further elaborated by Edward Sapir, little additional evidence was found that these families were Linguistic classification: Proposed language family. Comparative Hokan-Coahuiltecan Studies: A Survey and Appraisal (Janua Linguarum: Series Critica) Reprint Edition by Margaret Langdon (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

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Different versions of the Hokan hypothesis include different members, most of them spoken in California and the U.S. Southwest, though several of them extend into Mexico and beyond.

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Indian Tribes of the Lower Mississippi Valley: Book on the history of the tribes of Texas, including a section on the Coahuiltecans. Links, References, and Additional Information Idioma Coahuilteco. Hokan definition is - a language stock centering in California comprising the Chimarikan, Esselenian, Kulanapan, Quoratean, Shastan, Yuman, and Yanan families.

About the Book This collection of 31 articles (dedicated to Margaret Langdon) represents the multitude of approaches to Native American languages taken by linguists today. Half of the essays treat Hokan languages, but Uto-Aztecan, Penutian, Muskogean, Iroquoian, Mayan, and other groups are also represented, with pieces on phonology, syntax, the.

Archival Collections Portal > Rare Book & Manuscript Library > Carl W. Ackerman papers on Hokan Bjornstrom Steffanson, Carl W. Ackerman papers on Hokan Bjornstrom Steffanson. Hokan a group of linguistically related North American Indian tribes that include the Shasta, Achomawi, Karok, Pomo, and Yuma (see).

In the early 17th century the Hokan inhabited the periphery of modern California. It has been suggested that they were the descendants of the area’s most ancient inhabitants, who had been supplanted by Indians of other.

Jacobsen, William H. "Observations on the Yana Stop Series in Relationship to Problems of Comparative Hokan Phonology." In Hokan Studies: Papers from the First Conference on Hokan Languages, Held in San Diego, California April, ed.

Langdon, and S. Silver, Janua Linguarum, Series Practica, The Hague: Mouton, Silver, Shirley. "Comparative Hokan and the Northern Hokan Languages." In Hokan Studies: Papers from the First Conference on Hokan Languages Held in San Diego, California April, ed.

Langdon, and S. Silver, Janua Linguarum, Series Practica, The Hague: Mouton, ___. "Some Northern Hokan Plant-Tree-Bush Forms.". In Southern California there are two aboriginal language groups: the Hokan and the Uto-Aztecan--The Hokan phylum could be found in various parts of California--Some people think that Hokan was one of the original language groups in California--It is thought that as other language groups migrated into California they pushed the Hokan speakers aside--The Uto-Aztecan groups.

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Article Some morphological parallels between Hokan languages was published on 01 Feb in the journal Journal of Language Relationship (Vol Issue ). Citation Information.

Comparative Hokan-Coahuiltecan Studies. A Survey and Appraisal. DE GRUYTER MOUTON. Pages: 48– ISBN (Online): A RESEARCH PROGRAM FOR RECONSTRUCTING PROTO-HOKAN: FIRST GROPINGS Terrence Kaufman Anthropology & Linguistics University of Pittburgh (through ) IDLMA, El Cerrito CA (since ) Originally presented at Hokan-Penutian Workshop, Eugene OR Published in in Proceedings of Hokan-Penutian Workshop, Scott.Hokan studies: papers from the First Conference on Hokan Languages held in San Diego, California, April/ edited by Margaret Langdon and Shirley Silver.

PM C6 Proceedings of the Hokan Languages Workshop: held at University of California, Los Angeles, June/ James E. Redden, editor.