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    • Collection number: 2016-03
    • Primary contributors: William Carpenter (speaker), Sean O'Neill (donor), Minnie McWilliams (speaker), L Jackson (speaker), Jimmy Jackson (speaker), Calvin Carpenter (speaker)
    • Historical information: These texts were mainly collected between the spring of 1998 and the summer of 2001. The primary voice on those recordings is Jimmy Jackson, and most of the work took place in his home. A lot of time was spent revisiting Goddard’s texts, but it was found to have been more productive to re-elicit them on Jimmy's own terms, with new versions, line-by-line. Jimmy had his own way of telling those stories, which plays out at every level of discourse, from phonology and diction to narrative structure and even dialect. This work also involved Calvin Carpenter, mostly at the Tribal headquarters. Every once in a while another speaker would show up at Jimmy Jackson’s home, such as his sister Minnie McWilliams or his friend Billy Carpenter, who was Calvin’s younger brother. The fieldwork was funded by the Wenner-Gren Foundation, and the analysis by the National Science Foundation.
    • Scope and content: Contains a total of sixty (60) minidiscs with sound recordings, as well as two (2) CDs.
    • Repository: Survey of California and Other Indian Languages
    • Preferred citation: Calvin Carpenter, William Carpenter, Jimmy Jackson, L Jackson, Minnie McWilliams, and Sean O'Neill. . Sean O'Neill Collection of Hupa Sound Recordings, SCL 2016-03, Survey of California and Other Indian Languages, University of California, Berkeley, http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.7297/X2JM27SP

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