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  1. [Yuman field notes] (1967 July)
    Item number:  CrawfordJu.001.001  
    Contributors:  Lorenzo Sinyella (consultant), Mrs. Felipa Ida Sundust (consultant), Phyllis Hayes (consultant), Judith G. Crawford (researcher), Grace Mitchell (consultant), Lillian Hayes (consultant)
  2. Elicitation of words related to the parts of the body (Aug 1965)
    Contributors:  Grace Mitchell (consultant), Alan Shaterian (researcher)
    Language:  Yavapai
  3. Elicitation of colors (Aug 1965)
    Contributors:  Grace Mitchell (consultant), Alan Shaterian (researcher)
    Language:  Yavapai
  4. Elicitation of words and phrases related to nature. Includes terms like water, meadow, and waterfall. (Aug 1965)
    Contributors:  Grace Mitchell (consultant), Alan Shaterian (researcher)
    Language:  Yavapai
  5. Elicitation of animals including wild cat and bear (Aug 1965)
    Contributors:  Grace Mitchell (consultant), Alan Shaterian (researcher)
    Language:  Yavapai
  6. Elicitation of miscellaneous words and phrases. Includes house, tobacco, and bad smell. (Aug 1965)
    Contributors:  Grace Mitchell (consultant), Alan Shaterian (researcher)
    Language:  Yavapai
  7. Elicitation of words and phrases related to death (1966)
    Contributors:  Grace Mitchell (consultant), Alan Shaterian (researcher)
    Language:  Yavapai
  8. Elicitation of words and phrases pertinent to agriculture. Includes farm and rice. (1966)
    Contributors:  Grace Mitchell (consultant), Alan Shaterian (researcher)
    Language:  Yavapai
  9. Elicitation of miscellaneous words and phrases such as "All of us said yes," "Do you see me?" and "shallow." (1966)
    Contributors:  Grace Mitchell (consultant), Alan Shaterian (researcher)
    Language:  Yavapai
  10. Elicitation of various lexical items, especially animals (1966)
    Contributors:  Grace Mitchell (consultant), Alan Shaterian (researcher)
    Language:  Yavapai