ERIC Number: ED168351
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1978
Reference Count: N/A
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)
Descriptors: Acculturation, American Indian Languages, American Indians, Anthropological Linguistics, Cree, Dialect Studies, Eskimos, Ethnography, Ethnology, Folk Culture, Grammar, Language Research, Phonology, Sociocultural Patterns, United States History
Department of Linguistics, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada ($7.00)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Speeches/Meeting Papers; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Carleton Univ., Ottawa (Ontario).