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Show All/Collapse All 1 - 2 of results 2 Show All/Collapse All Miscellaneous vocabularies of 32 different tribes (undated) Item number: Bartlett.001 Date: undated Contributors:  A-he-ba-tu (consultant), Lt. Heintzelmann (researcher), Lt. Whipple (researcher), Santiago Ortiz (consultant), Fr. Encinas (researcher), Marcos Alejo (consultant), Colusio Esteban (consultant), H.B. Brown (researcher), Bruce Husband (researcher), Martin Durald (researcher), Hieronymo Peraza (consultant), Pedro Cawewas (consultant), John R. Bartlett (researcher) Languages:  Apache, Kiowa, Tewa, Atakapa, Cahita, Chitimacha, Cocopa, Dakota, Diegueño, Gabrielino, Kiowa, Luiseño, Maidu, Makah, Maricopa, Mojave, Opata, Otomí, River Patwin, Piro, Pomo, Seri, Tarahumara, Tewa, Tohono O'odham, Wappo, Yaqui, Yucatec, Gabrielino, Wintuan, Cochimi', Yuma Availability: In person by appointment Extent: 1 folder Description: Undated photocopies of vocabularies of several languages. Originals dated 1863 and earlier. "Dieguina" includes "Co-mi-ya" dialect of Kumiai. "Cahita of Southern Sonora and Sinatra" includes Yaqui-Maya. "Kechi of San Luis Rey" is Luiseno. Repository: Survey of California and Other Indian Languages Preferred citation: Miscellaneous vocabularies of 32 different tribes, Bartlett.001, Survey of California and Other Indian Languages, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/91 [Opata and Tohono O'odham field notes] ([undated]) Item number: Pinart.m002 Date: [undated] Contributors:  Fr. Francisco Antonio Barbastro (researcher), A.L. Pinart (researcher) Languages:  Opata, Tohono O'odham Availability: In person by appointment Extent: 1 reel microfilm Description: Barbastro's Opata sermons and catechisms, 1788-1793, and Pinart's Tohono O'odham vocabulary, 1819. Repository: Survey of California and Other Indian Languages Preferred citation: [Opata and Tohono O'odham field notes], Pinart.m002, Survey of California and Other Indian Languages, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/1477
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