- Collection ID:
Note by Milhau: "This language was spoken by all the coast Indians [Umpquas and Siusclaus] living on the streams emptying between Umpqua Head and Cape Perpetua; it was also spoken on the Umpqua river for 20 miles above the mouth."
- Physical Description:
Letter of November 14, 1856 (Manuscript Number 181-a) states: "I enclose you herewith vocabularies of the Indian languages spoken between Cape Arago and Cape Foulweather viz the Coose Bay [Manuscript Number 191-a], lower Umpqua or Kallawatsett [Manuscript Number 958], and the Alseya [Manuscript Number 955-a], also the Umpquah proper [Manuscript Number 193-a]."
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Manuscript 958, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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