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Wiyot and Yurok bibiliography
The following are all the references I have compiled to date on Wiyot and
Yurok. This list is surely incomplete, and not done according to any standard
method. However, it is pretty thorough.
Adler, F. W. (1961). "A bibliographical checklist of Chimakuan, Kutenal, Ritwan, Salishan, and Wakashan linguistics." IJAL xxvii(3): 198-210.
Angulo, J de and L.S. Freeland. A short vocabulary in Yurok. Boas A 7.1.
Baker, Bob. Americans in bondage, California's dark history of Indian slavery and extermination and the continuating oppression of the Klamath River-Yurok Indian, as reported by Bob Baker, News Director of Santa Rosa, Calif..Santa Rosa, Calif., 1967.
Baker, Marc A. (1981). The ethnobotany of the Yurok, Tolowa, and Karok Indians of Northwestern California. Arcata, CA: MA thesis, Humoldt State U.
Bennett, Ruth. Yurok vocabulary / Arcata, CA : Bilingual Emphasis Program, Education Department and Center for Community Development, Humboldt State University ; [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Educational Resources Information Center, .
Berman, Howard (1972). Subordinate clauses in Yurok: A preliminary report. In Paul M. Peranteau et al. (eds.) The Chicago Which Hunt. Chicago: CLS 256-271.
___ (1982). Two phonological innovations in Ritwan. IJAL 48;:412-20.
___ (1990). New Algonquian-Ritwan cognate sets. IJAL 56: 431-34.
Berman, Joan (1986). Ethnography and folklore of the Indians of Nwestern Ca: A lit review and annotated bib. Coyote Press.
Bright, Jane Orstan and William Bright (1965). Semantic structures in northwestern Ca and the S-W hyp. AA 67:5 part 2: 249-258.
Bright, William, (1959). [Review of] The Yurok language : grammar, texts, lexicon, by R.H. Robins. Lg 35: 100-104.
___ (1979). Twd a typology of verbal abuse: naming dead kin in Northwestern Ca. Maledicta 3: 177-180.
Cody, Bertha Parker. Yurok tales / as told by Jane Van Stralen to Bertha Parker Cody. Berkeley, CA :
Curtis, Edward S. (1924). The North American Indian, vol. 13. Norwood, MA: Plimpton Press
Dixon, R. B. and A. L. Kroeber. (1913). New linguistic families in California, AAVE 15. 647-655.
Elsasser, Albert B. (1978). Wiyot. In Robert F. Heizer (ed.) In California, vol. 8 of the Handbook of North American Indians. Washington: Smithsonian Institution. 155-163.
Gibbs, George (1853). Vocabularies of Indian languages of Northwest California. HCPIT 3; 428-445.
___ (1853). Observations on some f the Indian dialects of Northern California: Vocabularies of Indian Languages in Northwest California. School. Vol 3: 420-423, 428-445.
Gifford, E. W. (1922). California kinship terminologies. UCPAAE 18: 27--30.
Goddard, Ives (1966). Review article on The Wiyot language, by Karl V. Teeter. IJAL 32: 398-404.
___ (1975). Algonquian, Wiyot, and Yurok: Providing a distant genetic relationship. In M. Dale Kinkade, et al. (eds.). Linguistics and anthropology: In honor of C. F. Voegelin. Lisee: de Ridder. 249-262.
Greenberg, Joseph H. (1997). Mary Haas, Algic and the scientific consensus. Anthropological Linguistics 39(4): 668-673.
Haas, Mary R. 1910-Wiyot-Yurok-Algonkian and problems of comparative Algonkian / Mary R. Haas. Berkeley, CA : California Indian Library Collections [distributor], 1993.
___ (1950). Field notes on Yurok. Unpublished ms.
___ (1952). Consonant symbolism in northwestern California: a problem in diffusion. In Earl H. Swanson, Jr. (ed.). Languages and cultures of Western North America. Pocatello: Idaho State U. Press.
___. (1958). Algonkian-Ritwan: The end of a controversy. IJAL 24: 159-173.
___ (1967). Lg and taxonomy in Northwestern CA. AA 69: 358-362.
Hamp, Eric P. (1952). Wiyot and Yurok correspondences. In Earl H. Swanson, Jr. (ed.). Languages and cultures of Western North America. Pocatello: Idaho State U. Press. 107-110.
Heizer, Robert F. and Thomas R. Hester (1970). The four ages of Tsurai. Berkeley and LA, UC Press.
Heizer, Robert Fleming (1971). The other Californians; prejudice and discrimination under Spain, Mexico, and the United States to 1920. Berkeley: UC Press.
Holsinger, Rosemary. Yurok tales / adapted by Rosemary Bell ; illustrations by Kathy Webb; photos by Liz Bowen. Etna, Calif. : Bell Books, c1992. NRLF W 108 287 Request item at UCB Bancroft Library.
Huffman, S. (1995). "Review of Teeter and Nichols Wiyot Handbook." Language 71(2): 426-427.
Kroeber, A. L. (ca 1900). Field notes on Yurok. Unpublished ms.
___ (1911). The languages of the coast of California north of SF. UCPAAE 9: 384-412, 414-426.
___ (1911). Phonetic constituents of the native languages of Ca. UCPAAE 10(1): 1-12.
___ (1917). California kinship systems UCPAAE 12: 374-376.
___ (1925). Handbook of the Indians of California, BAE-B 78: 1-97, 112-120.
___ (1926). Laws of the Yurok Indians. Proceedings of the International Congress of Americanists 2: 511-516.
___ (1934). Yurok and neighboring kin term systems. UCPAAE 35: 15-22.
___ (1960). Yurok speech usages. In Stanley Diamon (ed.). Culture in history. NY: Columbia U Press. 993-999.
Lavalle, Dorothy (1998). Batawat by the sea : the Wiyot in McKinleyville, California. Thesis (M.A.)--Humboldt State University.
Michelson, Truman (1914). Two alleged Algonquian languages of California AAVE 16: 361-367
___ (1915). Rejoinder to Sapir. AAVE 17: 188-198.
Nichols, J. (1971). "Diminutive consonant symbolism in Western North America." Language47(4): 826-848.
Nomland, Gladys Ayer & A.L. Kroeber (1936). Wiyot towns. UCPAAE 35(5). Berkeley: University of California Press,.
Parsons, Thomas, et al. (1974). Yurok language, literature, and culture. 3rd ed. Hoopa, Ca: US Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Pilling, Arnold R. (1978). "Yurok." In Robert F. Heizer (ed.) In California, vol. 8 of the Handbook of North American Indians. Washington: Smithsonian Institution. 137-154.
Powers, Stephen (1877). Yurok vocabulary. CNAE 3:460-473.
___ (1877).. Tribes of California. CNAE 3. Washington: Gvt printing office. (Heizer did a reprint in 1976).
Proulx, P. (1980). Wiyot and Yurok light on Algonquian ‘sun’. In William Cowan (ed.), Papers of the 11th Alg. Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University: 79-82.
___ (1994). Proto-Algic V: doublets and their implications. KWPIL 19: 115-82.
___ (1995). "Review of Teeter and Nichols Wiyot Handbook." IJAL: 341-343.
Reichard, Gladys A. (1925). Wiyot grammar and texts. UCPAAE 22: 1-215.
___ (1926). Wiyot: An Indian language of Northern California. American Speech 1: 654-658.
Robins, R. H. (1958). The Yurok language : grammar, texts, lexicon Berkeley, CA : UC Press.
___ (1962). The third person pronominal affix in Yurok. IJAL 28: 14-18.
___ (1971). The mourning dove. In William Slager (ed.) Eng for Am Inds. Washington DC: BIA.
___ (1980). Grammatical hierarchy iand the Yurok bipersonal verb. Wege zur Universalienforschung. In Gunter Bretteschneider and Christian Lehmann (eds.) Tuebingen: narr. 360-364.
___ and Norma McLeod (1956). Five Yurok songs: A musical and textual analysis. Bulettin of the school of Oriental and African studies (18). 592-609.
Sapir, Edward (1913).. Wiyot and Yurok, Algonkin languages of California. AAVE 15: 617-646.
___ (1923). The Algonkin affinity of Yurok and Wiyot kinship terms JSAP 15: 37-74.
___ (1927). Yurok fieldnotes. Boas A 7.2.
___, (1915). Algonkin languages of California : a reply. In AA 17: 188-194; 198.
Shaw, Patricia A. (1991). Consonant harmony systems: The special status of coronal harmony. Phonetics and phonology 2. Academic Press. 125-157.
Spott, Robert and A.L. Kroeber (1942). Yurok narratives UCPAAE ; v. 35, no. 9.
Summerly, John Joseph (1967). The displacement of the Wiyot Indians from the Humboldt Bay region by white settlers, 1848-1865.
Teeter, K. (1956-58). Field notes on Wiyot, recorded in 1956 and 1959. unpublished ms.
___. Wiyot and Algonquian, a preliminary study. Unpublished ms.
___. Wiyot and Yurok, a preliminary study. Unpublished ms.
___. (1958). "Notes on Humboldt County, CA, Place names of Indian origin." Names6(1). addenda in vol 7 page 126.
___. (1959). "Consonant harmony in Wiyot (with a note on Cree)." IJAL xxv(1): 41-43.
___ (1964). Algonquian lgs and genetic relationship. Intl Congress of Linguists 9: 1026:1033.
___ (1974). Some Algic etymologies. IJAL 40: 197-201.
____. The Algonquian verb : notes toward a reconsideration / Karl V. Teeter. Berkeley, CA
Trull, Georgiana. Yurok sentences / Yurok teachers: Georgiana Trull, Jimmy James, Josephine James; editor: Ruth Bennett. Arcata, Calif. : The Bilingual Emphasis Program, The Center for Community Development, Humboldt State University ; [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Educational Resources Information Center, 1986.
___. Yurok vocabulary / Yurok teachers: Georgiana Trull ... supervisor: Ruth Bennett. Arcata, Calif. : Bilingual Emphasis Program, Center for Community Development, Humboldt State University, [1986?]. UCB NativAmer PM2703 .B46 Ref.
Uhlenbeck, C. C. (1927). Algonkisch-klinkende woorden in het Wiyot. Mededeelingen der Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappe, Afdeeling Letterkunde lxiii: 233-258.
___ (1939). Grammatische invloed van het Algonkisch op het Wiyot en het Yurok. MKAW 2: 41-49.
Waterman, T. T. (1920). Yurok geography. UCPAAE 16: 177-314.
___ (1923). Yurok affixes UCPAAE 20: 369-386.
___ (1925). The village sites in Tolowa and neighboring areas in northwestern California. AAVE 27: 528-543.