7 edition of Bibliography of the Muskhogean languages found in the catalog.
|Statement||by James Constantine Pilling.|
|Series||U. S. Bureau of American Ethnology. [Bulletin no. 9]|
|LC Classifications||E51 .U6 no. 9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 114 p.|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||01013570|
8. — Bibliography of the Siouan Languages (BBAE 5 : ). 9. — Bibliography of the Eskimo Language (BBAE 1 : ). — Bibliography of the Iroquoian Languages (BBAE 6 : ). — Bibliography of the Muskhogean Languages (BBAE 9 : ). — Bibliography of the Algonquian Languages (BBAE 13 : 1. Bibliography of the Muskhogean languages by James Constantine Pilling: 9: the U.S. Congress authorized the Bureau of Ethnology (a division of the Smithsonian Institution later renamed the Bureau of American Ethnology) to publish a series of Bulletins containing the results of research, mainly about American Indian cultures. This became.
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I80 SCIENCE. valuable contribution to the study of the native American tribes, their history, antiquities, religion, and literature, by one of the best-known scholars inthis branch, should be the hands of every person interested in the subject, and on the shelves of every library. Among the questions discussed are, underPartI., thedatafor thestudyoftheprehistoric chronology. An Annotated Bibliography & Historical Research Guide to Handwritten Newspapers from Around the World. About; Size and Format: Two columns, published in both Creek and English languages. Editor/Publisher: William S. Robertson and Ann Augusta Robertson () James Constantine Pilling, Bibliography of the Muskhogean Languages.
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A number of years ago the writer undertook the compilation of a bibliography of North American languages. In the course of his work he visited the principal public and private libraries of the United States, Canada, and northern Mexico, carried on an extensive correspondence with librarians, missionaries, and others interested in the subject, and examined such printed authorities as were at.
Bibliography of the Muskhogean languages, Title Variants: Alternative: Pilling's bibliographies Related Titles. Series: Bulletin (Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology) no. Pilling, James Constantine, Type. Book Material.
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Bibliography Of The Muskhogean LanguagesFormat: Hardcover. Excerpt from Bibliography of the Muskhogean Languages In the compilation of this catalogue the aim has been to include everything, printed or in manuscript, relating to the subject - books, pamphlets, articles in magazines, tracts, serials, etc., and such reviews and announcements Of publications as Cited by: 2.
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Muskogean (also Muskhogean, Muskogee) is a language family spoken in different areas of the Southeastern United the debate concerning their interrelationships is ongoing, the Muskogean languages are generally divided into two branches, Geographic distribution: Southeastern North America.
Cite this Record. Bibliography of the Muskhogean Languages. James C. Pillings. Ethnology,1. DC: Bureau of American Ethnology. (tDAR id: ). Like its predecessor, upon the Eskimo language, published early in the present year, and its successor, upon the Iroquois, now in an advanced state of preparation, it has been compiled mainly from the writer's Proof-Sheets of a Bibliography of the Languages of the North American Indians, a quarto volume of nearly 1, pages, of which a small.
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James Constantine Pilling’s most popular book is Bibliography of the Athapascan Langu. Filed under: Muskogean languages. Bibliography of the Muskhogean languages, (Washington, Govt. Print. Off., ), by James Constantine Pilling (page images at HathiTrust) Proper names from the Muskhogean language (St.
Louis, Mo., Hervas laboratories, ), by Thomas Noxon Toomey (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Some linguists consider the Penutian languages to constitute one rather divergent language family; others consider them a group of four to seven language families making up a broader linguistic stock; others consider them several distinct language families that do not have a relationship with each other at all; and some even think the Penutian.
US$ Wakashan Languages, Siouan Languages, Salishan Languages, Muskhogean Languages, Iroquoian Languages, Eskimo Language Condition / Notes: This antique collection shows well, with some typical indications of age and wear, including chipping, fading and small tears to the paper wrappers.
The back of the wrapper is. Bibliography of the Muskhogean Languages History of Oklahoma and Indian Territory and Homeseeker’s Guide Massacre at Fort Mims, by Mason Sacred Revolt,The Mulkogees’ Struggle for a New World Southern Indians in the American Revolution, by O’Donnell The Fus Fixico Letters A Tour Through the Southern and Western Territories of the United StatesFile Size: KB.
Bibliography of the Muskhogean Languages by James Constantine Pilling. Washington: Government Printing Ofice. (Bul-letin of the U. Bureau of Ethnology.) The interest in American linguistics here and abroad is evidently increasing, and the number of scholars in the country at present engaged ir the study of Indian languages, though even.
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