Vol 4, No 2 (1984)

Table of Contents

Full Issue
 

Articles

French Contribution to the Study of the Pacific Northwest Coast Indian Cultures and Languages
Guy P. Buchholtzer
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1-38
Word-building Rules and Grammatical Categories of Lummi
Richard Demers, Eloise Jelinek
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39-49
Contextualizing Cues in Haida Narrative
Carol M. Eastman, Elizabeth A. Edwards
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50-65
Cognitive Configurations in Lushootseed
Anne Galin
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66-80
Nooksack Reduplication
Brent Galloway
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81-100
Tahltan Consonant Harmony
Margaret F. Hardwick
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101-112
Klahowiam Mr Smis': Collocation and Context of Situation in the Interpretation of a Chinook Jargon Text
Barbara P. Harris
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113-131
Morphophonemic Spelling for Pedagogical and Other Practical Purposes
Thorn Hess
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132-146
The Truth About Cowichan Imperfectives
Thomas E. Hukari
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147-161
Cultee's Kathlamet "Salmon's Myth": As Twice-Told to Boas: Language, Memory and Selective Performance
Dell Hymes
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162-228
Some Features of Warm Springs Sahaptin
Virgnia Hymes
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229-235
Some Agent Hierarchies in Upper Chehalis
M. Dale Kinkade
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236-240
Four Upper Skagit Versions of "Starchild"
T. C. S. Langen
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241-254
Mrs. Minnie Showaway's "Coyote and the Dogs": Structure and meaning in a Sahaptin narrative
Henry Morrison
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255-264
Sprachhistorische Untersuchung zur Stellung des Haida
Jürgen Pinnow
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265-317
The Word-Classes of Upper North Wakashan
John C. Rath
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318-323
Rich Foods and Real People: A Problem with Tsimshian Food Categories in Boas' Tsimshian Mythology
Margaret Seguin
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324-330
Female Indicators in the Twana Language
Nile Thompson
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331-336
Punning in Lillooet
Jan P. van Eijk
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337-338
Some Evidence of Elaboration in Chinook Jargon
Henry Zenk
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339-355
From the Nishga speaker's point of view: the evidential postclitics
Marie-Lucie Tarpent
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356-370