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The numeral adjective in the Klamtah language of southern Oregon
Albert Samuel Gatschet
|Other titles||American antiquarian.|
|Statement||by Albert S. Gatschet.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 32932|
|The Physical Object|
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Get this from a library. The numeral adjective in the Klamath language of southern Oregon. [Albert S Gatschet]. In this upland language there are two modes of countinK -/w, a suffix usually appended to adjectives designating abstract qualities; the numerals in -ni are cardinals and adverbial numerals simultaneously, and if anything like ordinal numerals could enter into the mind of the Maklaks Indians, they would answer for tins series.
The numeral adjective in the Klamtah language of southern Oregon by Albert S. Gatschet () (Reprint) Gatschet, Albert S. (Albert Samuel), Published by. The numeral adjective in the Klamtah language of southern Oregon by Albert S Gatschet(Book) 20 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Vocabulary of the Klamath of Southern Oregon. 10 leaves. words. Collected by means of the Chinook Jargon in In the Library of the Bureau of Ethnology. GLTSCRET, ALBERT S.: Adjectives of color in Indian Languages. In American Naturalist, XLII, pp. Philadelphia, The numeral adjective in the Klamtah language of southern Oregon: Ortsetymologische Forschungen als Beiträge zu einer Toponomastik der Schweiz; Die Osageindianer.
Phonetics of the Kayowē language. Popular rimes from Mexico: Promenade onomatologique sur les bords du lac Léman; "Real," "true," or "genuine" in Indian languages. Klamath (/ˈklæməθ/), also Klamath–Modoc (/ˈklæməθ ˈmoʊdɒk/) and historically Lutuamian (/ˌluːtuˈæmiən/), is a Native American language that was spoken around Klamath Lake in what is now southern Oregon and northern California.
It is the traditional language of the Klamath and Modoc peoples, Ethnicity: Klamath and Modoc ( census). The Material Culture of the Klamath Lake and Modoc Indians of Northeastern California and Southern Oregon University of California publications in The numeral adjective in the Klamtah language of southern Oregon book archaeology and ethnology: Authors: Roland Burrage Dixon, Samuel Alfred Barrett, Washington Matthews, Bill Ray: Editor: Pliny Earle Goddard: Publisher: The University Press, Original from.
The numeral adjective in the Klamath language of southern Oregon Title from caption. From the American antiquarian, vol. II, no.
III,p. Also available in digital form. Contributor: Gatschet, Albert S. (Albert Samuel) Date: Notes on the plants used by the Klamath Indians of Oregon. Retrieved Includes Klamath language plant names. Gatschet, Albert S. "The Klamath Indians of southwestern Oregon".
Retrieved Gatschet, Albert S. The numeral adjective in the Klamtah language of southern Oregon. Retrieved Full text of "The Klamath Indians of southwestern Oregon [microform]" See other formats.
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As ofthe last fluent Klamath speaker in Chiloquin, Oregon was 92 years old. As of there were no fluent native speakers of either the Klamath or Modoc dialects. Klamath is a member of the Plateau Penutian language family, which is in turn a branch of the proposed Penutian language family.
Modoc is the southern dialect of the Klamath-Modoc language. The Klamath people lived in southern Oregon, and the Modoc lived further south toward the Pit River in northern California. Today, the Modoc tribe is split between Oregon and Oklahoma.
While Klamath-Modoc is generally considered to be an isolate. Some facts about the Karankawa Indians are that they lived along the Texas Gulf coast. These Native American men and women pierced and tattooed their bodies. Bythey were an extinct people due to diseases and settlers coming in to these territories.
Klamath / ˈ k l æ m ə θ /, also Klamath–Modoc / ˈ k l æ m ə θ ˈ m oʊ d ɒ k / and historically Lutuamian / ˌ l uː t uː ˈ æ m i ə n /, is a Native American language that was spoken around Klamath Lake in what is now southern Oregon and northern California. The Karankawa language is the extinct, unclassified language of the Texan coast, where the Karankawa people migrated between the mainland and the barrier islands.
It was not closely related to other known languages in the area, much of which are also poorly attested, and may have been a language isolate. The phone number of the Klamath County Baldwin Museum is:  Gatschet, Albert Samuel The Klamath Indians of Southwestern Oregon Washington D.C.: Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region,  Gatschet, Albert Samuel Mythologic Text in the Klamath Language of Southern Oregon The American Antiquarian,  Golla, Victor, ed.
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Klamath (/ˈklæməθ/), also Klamath–Modoc (/ˈklæməθ ˈmoʊdɒk/) and historically Lutuamian (/ˌluːtuˈæmiən/), is a Native American language that was spoken around Klamath Lake in what is now southern Oregon and northern California.
It is the traditional language of the Klamath and Modoc peoples, each of. Examples of alliteration in the book hatchet.
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