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      • Item number: 2014-21.004.002
      • Date: undated
      • Contributors: [unknown]
      • Languages: Kwak'wala (kwk), Heiltsuk-Oowekyala (hei), Haisla (has), Nuxalk (blc), Tsimshian (tsi), Chinook Jargon (chn)
      • Availability: In person by appointment
      • Extent: 1 box, 6in x 5 ½ in x 3 ½ in
      • Description: File slips containing vocabulary from various Northern Wakashan languages (predominantly Heiltsuk), as well as borrowings from neighboring and related languages; the original maker of the file slips is unknown.
      • Collection: William H. Jacobsen Materials on Indigenous Languages of North America
      • Repository: Survey of California and Other Indian Languages
      • Preferred citation: [Northern Wakashan File Slips], 2014-21.004.002, Survey of California and Other Indian Languages, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/23128
      • Item number: Barrett.010.001
      • Date: undated
      • Contributor: S.A. Barrett (researcher)
      • Language: Tsimshian (tsi)
      • Availability: Online access
      • Extent: 1 folder
      • Description: Morphological paradigms. Small loose notebook pages, in pencil and ink. Includes a note by M-L. Tarpent dated 6/22/00 explaining contents of some pages.
        (The digital files associated with this Item include a series of scanned images from original physical objects. These images are aggregated at lower resolution in the file Barrett.010.001.pdf. The original full resolution scans are collected in Barrett.010.001.zip. Metadata pertaining to each scanned image is compiled in the tab-separated text file Barrett.010.001-image_metadata.txt.)
      • Collection: Samuel Alfred Barrett Papers
      • Repository: Survey of California and Other Indian Languages
      • Preferred citation: [Tsimshian grammatical notes], Barrett.010.001, Survey of California and Other Indian Languages, University of California, Berkeley, http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.7297/X2TD9V71

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