Featured: William H. Jacobsen Washo sound recordings
From the mid-1950s to the late 1960s, William H. Jacobsen worked with Hank Pete, Roy James, and other Washo speakers to create nearly 33 hours of sound recordings, which include songs, spoken texts, and elicited vocabulary and sentences. [Learn more.]
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