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The Southern Sierra Miwok Language (1964), by Sylvia M. Broadbent


CONTENTS

Introduction1
Bibliography6
Signs and symbols8

GRAMMAR

Chapter 1: Phonology11
  110. Consonantal system11
  120. Vocalic system15
  130. Distribution15
  140. Syllable canon and stress16
  150. Intonation and juncture17
  160. Phonological definition of the word18
  170. Morphophonemics18
  180. Consonantal alternation20
Chapter 2: Introduction to Morphemics33
  210. Morphemic definition of the word33
  220. Root and suffix33
  230. Root, stem, base, and theme34
  240. Final suffixes36
  250. Nominal and verbal themes36
  260. Stem forms37
  270. Suffix classes39
  280. Postfixes40
  290. Particles40
Chapter 3: Final Suffixes42
  300. Introduction42
  310. Personal pronominal suffixes42
  320. Case suffixes48
    321. Nominative49
    322. Accusative49
    323. Temporal50
    324. Vocative50
    325. Genitive50
    326. Ablative51
    327. Allative52
    328. Locative53
    329. Instrumental53
Chapter 4: Verbal Themes55
  400. Introduction55
  410. Present imperfect verbal themes55
  420. Present perfect verbal themes56
  430. Present imperative verbal themes57
  440. Irregular verbal bases61
  450. Transitive verbal bases62
Chapter 5: Verbal Suffixes64
  500. Introduction64
    501-547. Verbal suffixes66
Chapter 6: Nominal Themes89
  600. Introduction89
  610. Classes of nominal themes90
  620. Monomorphemic nominal themes91
  630. Polymorphemic nominal themes92
  640. Independent personal pronouns92
  650. Demonstrative roots94
Chapter 7: Nominal Suffixes96
  700. Introduction96
    701-772. Nominal suffixes97
Chapter 8: Postfixes125
  800. Introduction125
    801-816. Postfixes125
Chapter 9: Syntax130
  900. Introduction130
  910. Syntactic substitution classes130
  920. Immediate constituency136
  930. Sentence types138

TEXTS

1. Collecting Basketry Materials142
2. Gathering Wild Foods146
3. Wild Foods152
4. Measuring Worm160
5. The Magic Cane162
6. How Coyote Stole the Sun168
7. ?ywel•in172
8. Stealing Horses176
9. Two Little Bears and Two Little Deer176
10. Chasing Wild Horses and Mules178
11. Horse, Ox, and Alligator180
12 Talking Ghosts182
13. The Black Horse186
14. Coyote and Water Ouzel188
15. Coyote, Duck, and Mole196
16. Chief Tenaya208
Plates211

DICTIONARY

Southern Sierra Miwok-English221
English-Southern Sierra Miwok299

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