MS 853 Brief vocabularies and discussion
Contains several items, mainly brief vocabularies, whose interrelationship is not clear but seems indicated by the fact of their having been marked with the letters "A" through "E". No date. As follows: A. San Luis Obispo (Obispeno Chumash) vocabulary. 1 page. B. Soledad (Costanoan) vocabulary. 2 pages. C. "Tularenos" (Yokuts) vocabulary. 1 page …
MS 295 Santa Cruz (Costanoan) and Tulareno (Yokuts) vocabularies
In pencil, in Powell's schedule of Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages.
MS 3950 Lists of Costanoan and Moquelumnan numerals collected by John N. Hewitt
In languages of these tribes.
MS 300 The Mutsun linguistic family of Middle California: a comparative table of affinities drawn from its numerous dialects
Gatschet, Albert S. (Albert Samuel), 1832-1907
2 Items (tables )
MS 300-a: "The Mutsun linguistic family of Middle California: a comparative table of affinities drawn from its numerous dialects" by Albert S. Gatschet. January 1888. 13 pp. The purpose of the paper was to consolidate the Costanoan with the Moquelummnan (Miwok) families, and to designate the aggregate by the name Mutsun. MS …
MS 647 Rumsien (Costanoan) and Obispeno Chumash vocabulary in Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages
In pencil, in Powell's schedule of Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages. (Approximately 346, 141 terms, respectively.)
MS 302 Soledad (Costanoan) vocabulary with some Obispeno Chumash entries
Chumash encircled with a line, or otherwise marked; also the numbers 1-5 and 10 in Esselen (page 97). In pencil, in Powell's schedule of Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages.
Color transparencies of J.P. Harrington Informants
Transparencies of four paintings of informants of John P. Harrington, by different artists. Includes 1 duplicate set of slides.
MS 296 Santa Clara (Costanoan), Obispeno Chumash, and Santa Rosa Island Chumash comparative vocabulary
Contains: (1) Santa Clara (Costanoan) as given by Felix Buelna, at Mission of San Antonio, California September 27, 1884; (2) Obispeno Chumash, recorded near San Luis Obispo, California, October 19-28, 1884; (3) Santa Rosa Island Chumash, recorded from Pa-hi-la-tcet' at Los Alamos, California, October 30-November 7, 1884. Approximately 105 pages in pencil, in Powell's schedule of Introduction to the Study …
MS 385 "Idiomas Californias"
Murray, E. F. (Edward F.)
Copied by E.F. Murray in 1878 from the original made in 1821. It includes vocabularies of the following languages: Esselen, San Antonio (Salinan), San Miguel (Salinan), San Luis Obispo (Obispeno Chusmash), Santa Barbara (Barbareno Chumash), La Purisima (Purismeno Chusmash), Santa Inez (Inezeno Chumash), Nophrinthres of San Juan Bautista (a Yokuts dialect), Lathruunen …