3 edition of position of Yana in the Hokan stock found in the catalog.
position of Yana in the Hokan stock
|Statement||by E. Sapir.|
|Series||University of California publications in American archaeology and ethnology,, v. 13, no. 1, University of California publications., v. 13, no. 1.|
|LC Classifications||E51 .C15 vol. 13, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||a 17001094|
Yana from north and south came here to gather salt. In the fall, there was a lot of food available near the Yana villages in the foothills. In the heat of summer, food was scarce and the people moved to the higher mountain areas in search of deer, berries, and seeds. Edward Sapir has written: 'Notes on the Culture of the Yana' -- subject(s): Yana Indians, Indians of North America 'Language' -- subject(s): Language and languages, Philosophy, Psycholinguistics.
Hokan stock. is a Hokan language, in all probability a more typical one than Yana. A somewhat involved morphology and the obscuring of a number of phonetic sets for Hokan, including Salinan with Shasta—Achomawi, Chimariko, Karok, Yana, Porno, Esselen, . Sapir, Edward, The position of Yana in the Hokan stock, (Berkeley, The University of California Press, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Sapir, Edward, A sketch of the social organization of the Nass River Indians, (Ottawa, Government Printing Office, ) (page images at .
In the early nineteenth century, the Yana lived in the upper Sacramento River Valley and the adjacent eastern foothills. The elevation of their territory ranged between feet. The Yana Indians were originally considered an independent linguistic stock but are now placed in the larger Hokan family. Yana Texts, together with Yana Myths (collected by Roland B. Dixon). Univ. The Hokan and Coahuiltecan Languages. Internat. J. Amer. Linguistics A Note on the First Person Plural in Chimariko. Book, ed. by Stuart A. Rice. N. Y. Social Science Research Council. Notes on the Gweabo Language of Liberia. Language
comparison between monochrome and colour film for reading temperatures by the two-colourmethod
The 2000 Import and Export Market for Iron, Steel and Copper Nails, Screws, Nuts, and Bolts in Poland
Exploring Museums Scotland (Exploring Museums)
Our Lady of Lourdes
Romance in Christian marriage.
Various instructions and additional prescriptions for the service and guidance of those who make their application to the charitable distribution in the hope of being alleviated of their distress
Gods fool - Toyohiko Kagawa
Coastal cliff climbing on Portland
Under the banner of the great Juche idea of Comrade Kim Il Sung
Report on Meeting with Parliamentarian Group of Human Rights
A statistical account of the Schuylkill Permanent Bridge
Frank O. Gehry
African Americans in the criminal justice system
Up the ladder
Semantics and necessary truth.
A mass communications dictionary
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sapir, Edward, Position of Yana in the Hokan stock. Berkeley, University of California Press, Position of Yana in the Hokan stock. [Berkeley, University of California Press, ; New York, Kraus Reprint Corp., ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. The Position of Yana in the Hokan Stock () The Status of Washo () Dr.
Sapir's Data on Washo and Hokan () The Hokan and Coahuiltecan Languages () A Note on the First Person Plural in Chimariko () The Language of the Salinan Indians () A Supplementary Note on Salinan and Washo () The Hokan Affinity of Subtiaba in.
Sapir: The Position of Yana in the Hokan Stock accents, however, have been omitted. The system used for Yana in this paper is identical with that employed in myYanaTexts, except that the glottal catch is rendered by an apostrophe (').
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. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http.
A few Chumash-Coahuiltecan terms are noted at the end. Kroeber's, Dixon's, Barrett's, and Swanton's 3.
Since this was written, there has appeared E. Sapir's The Position of Yana in the Hokan Stock (University of California Publications in American Archaeology und Ethnology, vol.
13, pp."). Edward Sapir, "The Position of Yana in the Hokan Stock," University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology 13 (): T. Waterman, "The Yana Indians," University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology 13 () Book/Printed Material The Yana Indians, Includes "History of the last survivor" [Ishi] (p.
) EC15 vol. 13, no. 2 With: Position of Yana in the Hokan stock / E. Sapir. “Serian, Tequistlatecan, and Hokan”. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology 11 (4): Sapir, Edward (). “The Position of Yana in the Hokan Stock”. Junius Hokan had other interests besides flying a Spitfire.
In March he presented to the RAF's Director of Operational Requirements a detailed set of drawings for a position-fixing device for navigators in bombers. Pilot Officer Hokan had designed a position-finding spherant, which would give navigators two sides of the position-fixing triangle.
Position of the Yana in the Hokan Stock, (The) Authors: Sapir, Edward: Date: Series: University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology: Volume: The Position of the Yana in the Hokan Stock: Pages: Subjects: Hokan language: Yana language: Format: Article Online: ucppdf.
Sapir, Edward. The Position of Yana in the Hokan Stock. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and ethnology – Berkeley: University of California. Wash, Suzanne. Productive Reduplication in Barbareño Chumash. (Master's thesis, University of California, Santa Barbara; + x pp.) Wash, Suzanne.
The Position of Yana in the Hokan Stock / E. Sapir -- The Yana Indians / T.T. Waterman -- Yahi Archery / Saxton Pope -- Yana Terms of Relationship / Edward Sapir -. The Position of Yana in the Hokan Stock. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and ethnology – Berkeley: University of California.
This page was last edited on 23 Mayat (UTC). Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. Position of the Yana in the Hokan Stock, (The).
University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology: Sapir, Edward: Yana Indians, (The). University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology: Waterman, Thomas Talbot Yahi Archery. University of California Publications in American.
The position of Yana in the Hokan stock. Univ. Calif: Publ. Archaeol. Ethnol. Do we need a superorganic. Anthropol. Language: An Introduction to the Study of Speech. New York: Harcourt Brace. A bird's eye view of American languages north of Mexico.
Science The Takelma language of southwestern. The position of Yana in the Hokan stock, (Berkeley, The University of California Press, ), by Edward Sapir (page images at HathiTrust) The fundamental elements of Northern Yana, (Berkeley, Calif., University of California press, ), by Edward Sapir (page images at.
The Position of Yana in the Hokan Stock. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology 13(1). Shaul, D.L.
Esselen Linguistic Prehistory. In: Archaeology and Linguistics, A.M. Mester and C. McEwan, eds. Journal of the Steward Anthropological Society 15(1&2) Yahi – Meaning “person” in their own language, the Yahi constituted the southernmost group of the Yana division of the Hokan linguistic were hunter-gatherers who lived in small egalitarian bands without centralized political authority.
Primarily living on Mill and Deer Creeks in northern California, they were reclusive, and when white settlers began to invade their lands, were. Hokan. UCPAAEp. Paul Rivet, G.
Stresser-P6an, and C. Loukotka In the last years Waikuri has often been regarded as independent from Yuman on the family level, but as related to it on the level of the Hokan stock.
This was the opinion of Mason and Johnson,l5 Swanton'6, and McQuown.'7 But Bright warned in that the shortage.The Pakawan languages were a small language family spoken in what is today northern Mexico and southern Texas.
All Pakawan languages are today extinct. Classification. Five clear Pakawan languages are attested: Coahuilteco, Cotoname, Comecrudo, Garza and first three were first proposed to be related by John Wesley Powell inin a grouping then called Coahuiltecan.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.
M. Langdon, and S. Silver, Janua Linguarum, Series Practica, The Hague: Mouton,