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Northern Sierra Miwok dictionary

by Catherine A. Callaghan

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

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  • Northern Sierra Miwok.
    • Subjects:
    • Northern Sierra Miwok language -- Dictionaries -- English.,
    • English language -- Dictionaries -- Northern Sierra Miwok.

    • Edition Notes

      English and Northern Sierra Miwok.

      Statementby Catherine A. Callaghan.
      SeriesUniversity of California publications in linguistics ;, v. 110
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPM845.Z5 C35 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 402 p. ;
      Number of Pages402
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2734588M
      ISBN 100520097122
      LC Control Number86028908

      Northern Sierra Miwok is represented by a large, colored dot. When the population is unknown, a color-coded question mark appears at the bottom of the grid. When there are no known users, an X appears at the bottom of the grid. The color coding matches the color scheme used in the summary profile graphs on the navigation maps for the site. The Sierra branches, which accounted for most of the Miwok population, had more than villages at the time of European contact. Acorns were a staple food for the Miwok, though they also fished and hunted deer and other game. All Miwok lived in pole- and .

      Northern Sierra Miwok Dictionary. Vol. ISBN O Vol. James A. Matisoff. The Dictionary of Lahu. ISBN Vol. David John Weber. A Grammar of Hua//aga (Huánuco) Quechua. ISBN O Kathryn Klingebiel. Noun + Verb Compounding in Western Romance. Vol. ISBN O James M. Crawford. Catherine A. Callaghan. Northern Sierra Miwok Dictionary. James A. Matisoff. The Dictionary of Lahu. ISBN David John Weber. A Grammar of Hual/aga (Huánuco) Quechua. Kathryn Klingebiel. Noun + Verb Compounding in Western Romance. ISBN Vol. James M. Crawford. Cocopa Dictionary. ISBN

      Northern Sierra Miwok women wore a piece of deerskin wrapped around as a dress. In Central Miwok territory and among the Plains Miwok, the women wore a two-piece apron-type skirt made of deerskin, grasses, or shredded tule reeds. Miwok men wore a piece of deerskin around their hips. Miwok into Northern Costanoan. Note that Beeler’s argument is actually not that there was a base 6 system in Costanoan, but that the count simply stopped at six. He offers no evidence that, for example, higher numerals were expressed with base 6 in any Costanoan language.


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Northern Sierra Miwok dictionary / by Catherine A. Callaghan University of California Press Berkeley Australian/Harvard Citation. Proper noun The linguistic divisions of Miwok people who resided in the western foothills Sierra Nevada Mountains, California (often sub-divided on maps as Northern Sierra Miwok, Central Sierra Miwok, and Southern Sierra Miwok).

The Utian (Penutian) languages spoken by these people. The Plains and Sierra Miwok lived by hunting and gathering, and lived in small local tribes, without centralized political are skilled at basketry and continue the traditions today.

Religion. The original Plains and Sierra Miwok people world view included form this took was the Kuksu religion that was evident in Central and Northern California, which included. Categories languages Америки, languages Америки - Study books Tags natambooks, natamerican Leave a comment Northern Sierra Miwok Dictionary by Lingvist.

Her Bodega Miwok Dictionary was published inher Plains Miwok Dictionary was published inand her Northern Sierra Miwok Dictionary was published in (all were published by University of California Press). Her latest book, Proto Utian Grammar and Dictionary, was published in (De Gruyter Mouton).

The Sierra Miwok languages (from Northern Sierra Miwok miwyk ^people, Indians') were spoken on the western slopes of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Plains Miwok was spoken earlier in the southern Sacramento and northern San Joaquin Valleys from lone to Stockton; Saclan around Mount Diablo near present Lafayette, Walnut Creek, and Danville; Lake.

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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. The Ahwahneechee during discovery by Europeans was a mixed tribe of Northern Paiute, Southern Sierra Miwok, and other Native Americans. The Southern Sierra Miwok (Me-wuk), which means “people”, originally lived in present Yosemite National Park and central western Sierra Nevada foothills in.

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ONLINE Glottolog Resources for Northern Sierra Miwok. n.a. Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.

oai::nort Noun [ edit ] Sierra Miwok   pl (plural only) The linguistic divisions of Miwok people who resided in the western foothills Sierra Nevada Mountains, California (often sub-divided on maps as Northern Sierra Miwok, Central Sierra Miwok, and Southern Sierra Miwok).

Proper noun [ edit ]. Catherine A. Callaghan is the author of Bodega Miwok Dictionary ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), Northern Sierra Miwok Dictionary ( avg rating, 5/5(2).

The Miwok or Miwokan languages (/ ˈ m iː w ɒ k /; Miwok: [míwːɨːk]), also known as Moquelumnan, are a group of endangered languages spoken in central California in the Sierra are seven somewhat diverse Miwok languages, two of which have distinct regional dialects (Sierra Miwok and Coast Miwok).

There are a few dozen speakers of the three Sierra Miwok languages, and in Northern Sierra Miwok was traditionally spoken in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada along the upper Mokelumne and Calaveras Rivers and along the south fork of the Cosumnes River.

In pre-contact times, there were an estima speakers of Plains Miwok, Saclan, and Central, Northern, and Southern Sierra Miwok together (Levy ). In pre-contact times, there were speakers of Lake Miwok (Kroeber ).

Today, there are only a few speakers (Golla ). Lake Miwok is a Miwokan language; the others members of this family are Central Sierra Miwok, Lake Miwok, Northern Sierra Miwok, Plains Miwok, Saclan, and Southern Sierra Miwok.Central Sierra Miwok language‎ (8 c, 0 e) Northern Sierra Miwok language‎ (2 c, 0 e) Create a book; Download as PDF; Printable version; In other languages.

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