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Show All/Collapse All Laura Buszard-Welcher Papers on the Potawatomi language Collection number: Welcher Finding aid:  Welcher_finding_aid.pdf Primary contributor:  Laura Buszard-Welcher (researcher) Additional contributors:  Billy Daniels Jr. (consultant), Walter Cooper (consultant), Lorenzo (consultant), Suzanne (researcher), Paolo Villada (author), Charles Hockett (researcher), Herb Luthin (researcher), Frank Nioce (consultant), Alberta Marshno (consultant), Lu Ellis (consultant, author), Cardinal Louis Billot S.J. (author), Jim Alloway (consultant), Tom Wabnum (consultant), Maggie Stevens (consultant), Rev. F. Shoenmaker S.J. (author), Christian Hoecken (author, translator), Richard Rhodes (researcher), Jim Spear (consultant), Gary Mitchell (author), Mary Daniels (author, consultant), Maude Kegg (consultant), Billy Daniels (author, consultant), Chas N. Handy (researcher), Mary George (consultant), Rev. Georges P. Mathieu (translator), Alice Spear (consultant), I.V.B. Johnson (author), Orlando (Mazhi) Green (consultant), Mary Wensaut (consultant), David J. Costa (researcher), Bud Onzuway (consultant), Jacob Dunn (researcher), Count Volney (researcher), Meeks (consultant), Jim Thunder Sr. (author, consultant), Rev. Maurice Gailland S.J. (author), J.-B. Terrien S.J. (author), Arthur BIlls (consultant), Sarah Patterson (consultant), J Bendix (consultant), Nora Stoney (consultant), John Nicholas (editor), Dorothy Lonelodge (consultant), Don Perrote (consultant), Johnston Lykins (translator), Tony Lavier (consultant), BIll Battese (consultant), Ruby Shuckahosee (consultant), Laura Buszard-Welcher (author, annotator, collector), Earl Nyholm (consultant), Jane Pukkee (consultant), Mabel Deverney (author, consultant), Norman (researcher) Languages:  Oneida-Mohawk, Muskogean, Miami, Ojibwa, Potawatomi, Delaware, Chippewa, Osage Scope and content: The collection is organized into three series, which reflect the major types of materials in the collection. Series 1 contains grammatical and lexical notes on Potawatomi, along with field notes from Laura Welcher. Series 2 contains materials related to the work of Charles Hockett including field notes, lexical file slips, and texts. Series 3 contains a variety of materials collected by Laura Welcher, including field notes, educational materials, and historical documents relating to the Potawatomi language. Repository: Survey of California and Other Indian Languages Preferred citation: Laura Buszard-Welcher Papers on the Potawatomi language, SCL Welcher, Survey of California and Other Indian Languages, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/collection/11090 Associated materials:  1 - 2 of results 2 Show All/Collapse All Oo min wah je moo win owh John Item number: Welcher.003.021 Contributor:  Laura Buszard-Welcher (collector) Language:  Chippewa Availability: In person by appointment Extent: 1 booklet (107 pp.) Description: Subtitle: The gospel of John in Ojibway (Chippewa); produced by the Northern Gospel Mission, 818 14th street N., Virginia, Minnesota, USA Collection:  Laura Buszard-Welcher Papers on the Potawatomi language Repository: Survey of California and Other Indian Languages Preferred citation: Oo min wah je moo win owh John, Welcher.003.021, Survey of California and Other Indian Languages, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/14882 [Muskogean and Algonquin vocabulary] ([undated]) Item number: Preston.m001 Date: [undated] Contributors:  Judson Dwight (J.D.) Collins (consultant), Albert S. Gatschet (researcher), William Preston (researcher) Languages:  Chickasaw, Chippewa, Choctaw, Miami, Potawatomi, Shawnee Availability: In person by appointment Extent: 1 reel microfilm Description: Originals dated 1796 and 1886-1890. Repository: Survey of California and Other Indian Languages Preferred citation: [Muskogean and Algonquin vocabulary], Preston.m001, Survey of California and Other Indian Languages, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/1480
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