Indians of North America -- Northwest Coast of North America Search this
Scope and Contents:
Contents: 1. "Tfa'lat'ya material obtained at Toppenish, Washington from Louis Q'inai' (Kenoyer), July 10, 1915. Louis 47 years old has not spoken nor heard his language since he was 17 years old. Was at Chemawa when his father died." Vocabulary notes, apparently for a text with pages numbered 1-59. 7 pages, handwritten in red ink. 2. Copy of letter sent by Frachtenberg to Franz Boas, from Chemawa, Oregon, October 28, 1914, outlining Kalapuya morphology. 7 pages. "Diagram of Transitive Forms," apparently an enclosure, 1 page. 3. Vocabulary (unidentified but not so marked): English, Independent forms, and suffixes. 5 pages. 4. Vocabulary (unidentified but not so marked) with phrases showing usage, and some grammatical analysis. 7 pages. 5. Notes for forms to be obtained in the field. 3 pages. 6. English synopses of 30 myths. (Kalapuya? Last one refers to Quileutes.) 30 pages typed. Cf. 36th A. R., Bureau of American Ethnology, page 20: "He obtained 30 myths, tales, historical narratives, and ethnographic descriptions, told in the various Kalapuya dialects..."
My life : reminiscences of a Grand Ronde Reservation childhood ; a text in Tualatin Northern Kalapuya / by Louis Kenoyer ; dicatated to Melville Jacobs, Jamie de Angulo, and L.S. Freeland ; introduction and commentaries by Henry Zenk ; translation by Jedd Schrock and Henry Zenk ; foreword by Stephen Dow Beckham
Reminiscences of a Grand Ronde Reservation childhood