MS 4324 Chinook linguistic material
Swanton, John Reed, 1873-1958
This consists only of photostat copies of the following articles: The Vocabulary of the Chinook Language (Boas), reprinted from the American Anthropologist, Volume 6- Number 1, January-March 1904. Morphology of the Chinook Verb (Swanton), American Anthropologist, N.S. II, pages 199-237.
MS 1778 Chinook Jargon
Contents include "Prayers", "Catechism in 17 Lessons", "Hymns", "Formula for Confession", and "A Pioneer is dealing with a Siwash."
MS 350-b Lower Chinook (Clatsop or Shoalwater)-English vocabulary
Written on slips marked with 2-digit numbers at upper right. In hand of a clerk, with occasional corrections or whole slips in hand of Franz Boas. Not arranged alphabetically or by number, as of 1/64.
MS 263 Vocabulary of the Chinook Jargon, with historical note
MS 3532 Translation into Chinook jargon of Byron's "The Destruction of Sennacherib"
Also includes letter of transmittal.
MS 1313 Legends (Cathlamet, Chehalis, Chinook, Clatsop, and Salishan)
Cathlamet- 38 pages: 1. 11 pages, untitled (Woman named Ak asque nasquena) 2. Ne kciamtcact, pages 12-16. 3.The robin and the salmon berry, pages 17-21. 4. Tia pequoacqoac.-Kataloma- pages 22-29. 5. Mink, pages 30-38. Chehalis- 14 pages. Chinook- 50 pages-5 stories. Clatsop- 3 pages. Untitled. (Coyote and Snake fish for salmon.) Salishan- 54 pages.
MS 270 North American Anthropology -- Study of Indian Languages -- Comparative Literal Translations and Comparative Vocabulary of Chinookan and Klingit--Chinook and Chilcat Indian Languages from Pacific Coast of British America and Alaska
Included are the Lord's Prayer and the Ten Commandments in Chinook and Tlingit, followed by comparative vocabulary. From personal reconnaissance made during 1884.
MS 992-b Letter, notes, and comparative vocabulary of Chinook and Tahkaht
Encloses comparative vocabulary of Chinook and "Tahkaht" (Nootka), 3 pages. Also 3 sheets (6 pages) miscellaneous notes on blue paper similar to covering letter, and presumably enclosed with it.
MS 266 The Lord's Prayer and a hymn, in Chinook Jargon
MS 262 Alphabetical Vocabulary in the Chinook Language
From Shea's Library of Linguistics, Volume XIII, 35 pages. 9 in X 13 in. Also 1 page from R. Shortess Lower Chinook (copied by Gibbs).