LINGUIST List 16.217
Mon Jan 24 2005
Qs: Southern Sierra Miwok
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Southern Sierra Miwok
Message 1: Southern Sierra Miwok
From: Jesse Gaskell <jepssbcglobal.net>
Subject: Southern Sierra Miwok
I was speaking with our forensic anthropologist, and he has been using a
source for the Southern Sierra miwok language "Boomfield" or "Blumfeld"
1930. It is not a study that many people reference for this language. We
are most familiar with Broadbent, 1960, 1964, and Freeland, also
Callaghan...Is there a reference list from other linguists that we could
I am the speech-language pathologist of the tribe, as well as a member
of the Tribal Archives Team. It would be very helpful if you have any
information as to who would know this information.
Sandra Gaskell, RPA
Tribal Archives Team
Southern Sierra Miwuk Nation
P.O. Box 1200, Mariposa, CA 95338
Subject Language(s): Miwok, Southern Sierra (SKD)
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