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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English


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Statementby Albert S. Gatschet
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 32850, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 32850
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche (6 fr.).
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Open LibraryOL24332359M
ISBN 100665328508

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Get this from a library! Sketch of the Klamath language of Southern Oregon. [Albert S Gatschet]. 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 u 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 is the traditional language of the Klamath and Modoc peoples, each of whom spoke a dialect of the language. By Ethnicity: Klamath and Modoc ( census). Author of The Klamath Indians of southwestern Oregon, A migration legend of the Creek Indians, The Karankawa Indians, Ethnographic sketch of the Klamath Indians of southwestern Oregon, Indian languages of the Pacific states and territories, All around the Bay of Passamaquoddy, A Migration Legend Of The Creek Indians V1, The numeral adjective in the Klamtah language of . of is the Klamath of Oregon. Sketch of the Klamath language of Southern Oregon. In Amer. Antiquarian, I, pp. S () Mythologic text in the Klamath language of Southern Oregon, with transla-tion and comments. Ibid., I, Pp. The uumeial adjective in the Klamath language of Southern Oregon. Ibid., Ii, pp. ().

Klamath Language Sketch Rio Akasaka ‘09 Febru Abstract There are no longer any first-language speakers of Klamath, but extensive documentation and language revitalization programs exist to support some form of language maintenance. This language sketch briefly examines the history and nature of the language, highlight-File Size: 1MB. 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, there is evidence that Klamath-Modoc is related to Sahaptian and Molala, forming the Plateau. 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: The Material Culture of the Klamath Lake and Modoc Indians of Northeastern California and Southern Oregon. by Samuel Alfred Barrett. Ethnographic Sketch. Texts. Grammar. by Albert Samuel Gatschet | Hardcover Part II: The Klamath Indians of Southwestern Oregon: Dictionary of the Klamath Language, Klamath-English. by.

The second volume comprises a dictionary of the Klamath Indian Language, both into English and from English to Klamath. Issued as Contributions to North American Ethnology, Volume II, Parts I and II, for This is an oversized or heavy book, which requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US. Seller Inventory. The test of linguistic affinity. Contributor Names Gatschet, Albert S. (Albert Samuel), Book/Printed Material Polysynthesis in the languages of the American Indians Sketch of Klamath language of southern Oregon. Klamath County Library, Klamath Falls, OR. K likes. Hi! We serve folks at 12 locations throughout Klamath County, Oregon. Follow our page to get the hot scoop on events and new features at the /5(18). Klamath also Klamath–Modoc and historically Lutuamian, 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 whom spoke a dialect of the language. As of April , it was spoken by only one person.