1 edition of Sketch of Klamath language of southern Oregon found in the catalog.
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||84|
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The books in this collection are in the public domain and are free to use and reuse. Sketch of Klamath language of southern Oregon. Date: ; Book/Printed Material The numeral adjective in the Klamath language of southern Oregon Title from caption. From the American antiquarian, vol. II, no. III, , p. Klamath County (/ ˈ k l æ m ə θ / KLAM-əth) is a county in the U.S. state of of the census, the population The county seat is Klamath Falls. The county was named for the Klamath, the tribe of Native Americans living in the area at the time the first European explorers entered the region.. Klamath County comprises the Klamath Falls, OR Congressional district: 2nd.
Modoc traditional narratives include myths, legends, tales, and oral histories preserved by the Modoc and Klamath people of northern California and southern Oregon.. Modoc oral literature is representative of the Plateau region, but with influences from the Northwest Coast, the Great Basin, and central particular interest are accounts supposedly describing the Missing: Sketch. The Klamath spoke one dialect of the Klamath–Modoc language - the northern or "fi-ukshikni" dialect, the other - the "southern" dialect being spoken by the Modoc people, who lived south of the thought to be a language isolate, Klamath–Modoc is now considered a member of the Plateau Penutian language family. Both the Klamath and the Missing: Sketch.
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Sketch of the Klamath language of Southern Oregon [microform] by Gatschet, Albert S. (Albert Samuel), Pages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gatschet, Albert S. (Albert Samuel), Sketch of the Klamath language of Southern Oregon.
[S.l.: s.n., ?]. Get this from a library. Sketch of the Klamath language of Southern Oregon. [Albert S Gatschet]. für Ethnologic, Vol. XI, Berlin, 1'he first of the seven languages spoken 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. 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.
Sketch of the Klamath language of Southern Oregon by Albert S Gatschet(Book) 16 editions published between and in English and held. prepared by Norris for publication as a book. Norris describes her life as a member of the Klamath community in southern Oregon and interweaves stories of Klamath culture Sketch of Klamath language of southern Oregon book history throughout the narrative.
A primary topic of the manuscript is the termination of the Klamath Tribe in the s and the. Marie Norris pursued a life of active service to her Klamath community until her death in Roger Weaver met Norris in and was inspired by her to develop a course on Native American literature at Oregon State University, where he was a faculty member in English from until his retirement in Missing: Sketch.
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Describing her life as a member of the Klamath tribe in Southern Oregon, Norris interweaves stories reflecting Klamath culture and history throughout the narrative. One of the major subjects in the manuscript is the government’s termination of the Klamath tribe in the s and its impact upon the culture, economy, and lands of the Klamaths.
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Sketch of Klamath language of southern Oregon. We are the Klamath Tribes, the Klamaths, the Modocs and the Yahooskin. We have lived here (see map), in the Klamath Basin of Oregon, from time beyond memory.
Our legends and oral history tell about when the world and the animals were created, when the animals and gmok’am’c – the Creator – sat together and discussed the creation of g: Sketch.
The Klamath Tribes, formerly known as the Klamath Indian Tribe of Oregon, are now a confederation of three Native American tribes who traditionally inhabited Southern Oregon and Northern California: the Klamath, Modoc, and government is based in Chiloquin, Oregon.
The Klamath Tribes signed their Treaty with the US in and members of the Missing: Sketch. 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.
Ethnicity: Klamath and Modoc ( census). Fascinating history of the Southern Pacific railroad in Oregon. The book begins with a look at the SP's predecessor lines (the Oregon & California, the Oregon Pacific, and the Portland, Eugene & Eastern as well as the narrow gauge lines in the Willamette Valley) before discussing each section of the SP in depth: the Greater Portland area, the Valley Main Line, the Eastside 5/5(5).
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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 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: Oregon Department of Human Services / Seniors & People with Disabilities / Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
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by Gatschet, Albert Samuel. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at g: Sketch.With Tom Dill, Jack wrote The Modoc: Southern Pacific’s Backdoor to Oregon ().
He also wrote and illustrated the definitive book Railroad Logging in Klamath Country (). His other writing included articles and illustrations for The Trumpeter, the Klamath County Historical Society g: Sketch.The Material Culture of the Klamath Lake and Modoc Indians of Northeastern California and Southern Oregon.
University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology, vol. 5, no. 4. Salinas, Calif.: Coyote Press, n.d.
Reprint of: Berkeley: The University Press,