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ERIC Number: ED168351
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978
Pages: 277
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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Papers of the Ninth Algonquian Conference.
Cowan, William, Ed.
This volume contains 22 conference papers concerned with Algonquian languages and culture: (1) "Cheyenne Vowel Devoicing," by W. Leman and R. Rhodes; (2) "An Analysis of Upper Delawaren Land Sales in Northern New Jersey, 1630-1758," by R.S. Grumet; (3) "Ethnology in the Works of Rowland E. Robinson," by G.M. Day; (4) "The Red and Blue Drum Comes to the Delaware," by J.H. Howard; (5) "Penobscot County: Disagreement over Who Lived There in the 17th Century Needs Resolving -- if Possible," by A.H. Morrison; (6) "L'Algonquin du Nord," by D. Daviault et al.; (7) "Ethnographic Reconstruction of Witigo," by R.J. Preston; (8) "The Sutaio Dialect of Cheyenne: A Discussion of the Evidence," by I. Goddard; (9) "Concepts of America, Amerindians, and Acculturation," by C.J. Jaenen; (10) "Did the First Eskimos Speak Algonquian?" by J.G. Taylor; (11) "A Historical Overview of Cree Dialects," by D.H. Pentland; (12) "Toward the Linguistic History of an Algonquian Dialect: Observations on the Wood Vocabulary," by G.F. Aubin; (13) "Tradition Orale et Action Politique Montagnaises: le Cas de la Riviere Natashquan," by S. Vincent; (14) "Game Shortage and the Inland Fur Trade in Northern Quebec, 1915 to 1940," by A. Tanner; (15) "Algonquin and Other Ojibwa Dialects: A Preliminary Report," by G.L. Piggott; (16) "Indians and Englishmen as Themselves: Notes for an Inquiry into Basic Biases," by P.L. Barbour; (17) "Antipassive in Blackfoot," by D.G. Frantz; (18) "Some Contemporary Views of Micmac Supernaturalism," by V.O. Erickson; (19) "An Overview of Recent Micmac Language Research and Development," by P. Levi, Jr. and M. Milliea; (20) "Aspects de la Neologie Denominative en Montagnais," by L. Drapeau; (21) "The Probability of Family Hunting Territories in Eighteenth Century James Bay," by T. Morantz; and (22) "L'Alternance N/Yod en Mushuau Innu," by A. Ford. (AM)
Department of Linguistics, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada ($7.00)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Speeches/Meeting Papers; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
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Language: EnglishFrench
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Authoring Institution: Carleton Univ., Ottawa (Ontario).
Identifiers: Algonquian; Blackfoot (Tribe); Cheyenne; Micmac; Mushuau Innu; Witigo; Wood
Note: Papers presented at the Algonquian Conference (9th, Worcester, Massachusetts, October 28-30, 1977)