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Historiographia Linguistica
Vol. 14:1/2 (1987) ► pp.3960

The following alphabetical list includes books, articles, and some of the people referred to in the foregoing (insofar as they are not already adequately identified), together with expansions of abbreviations and explanations of a few possibly puzzling terms. For people, birth and death dates are given when known, with references to sources of further information.

AA = American Anthropologist
Journal of the American Anthropological Association and affiliated societies.
Alford, Clarence Walworth
(1868–1928), American historian, at the University of Illinois 1897–1920; editor of the Mississippi Valley Historical Review 1914–1923.Google Scholar
American Mercury
see Sapir.
Anthology = A Leonard Bloomfield Anthology
edited by C. F. Hockett. Bloomington and London: Indiana University Press 1970.Google Scholar
APA American Philological Association.
Baraga, Frederic
. Materials on Ojibwa, published in 1870s and 1880s.Google Scholar
Bloomfield, Leonard
(1887–1949) First German Book. Columbus: R.G. Adams & Co. 1923.Google Scholar
(1887–1949) Language. New York: Holt 1933.Google Scholar
(1887–1949) The Menomini Language. Edited by C. F. Hockett. New Haven and London: Yale University Press 1962.Google Scholar
(1887–1949) “Notes on the Fox Language,” IJAL 31.219–332 (1925), 41.181–219 (1927).Google Scholar
(1887–1949) “On the Sound System of Central Algonquian,” Language 11.130–156 (1925) DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Boas, Franz
(1858–1942; Lg 191.198 1942; AA 431:3 part 21 1943; PoL 21.122–39).Google Scholar
Bolling, George Melville
(1871–1963; Lg 401.329–36 1964).Google Scholar
Collitz, Hermann
(1955–1935; Lg 111.286–7 1935; PoL 21.74–77).Google Scholar
Cuoq, Jean-André
. Materials on Algonquin (Ojibwa dialect), published in 1890s.Google Scholar
Finck, Franz Nikolaus
(1867–1910; PoL 21.278–83). Lehrbuch des Dialekts der deutschen Zigeuner. Marburg, W.G. Elwert 1903.Google Scholar
(1867–1910; PoL 21.278–83). Die Sprachstämme des Erdkreises. Leipzig, B.G. Teubner 1909.Google Scholar
Hoffman, Walter James
(1846–1899; AA 21.187–88 1900) The Menominee. Bureau of American Ethnology Annual Report no. 141 1896.Google Scholar
IJAL = Intern. Journ. Amer. Ling. = International Journal of American Linguistics
Jespersen, Jens Otto Harry
(1860–1943; PoL 21.148–73).Google Scholar
Jones, William
(?-1909; AA 111.137–39 1909) Of Fox Indian extraction. Trained by Boas; collected extensive Fox and Ojibwa material, mostly edited for posthumous publication by Michelson.Google Scholar
Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. = Journal of the Washington [D.C.] Academy of Sciences
Lacombe, Albert
Materials on Cree published in 1870s.
Laufer, Berthold
(1874–1934; Lg 101.387–8 1934; AA 381.101–11 1936).Google Scholar
Les langues du monde
see Meillet.
Lawe, Jerome
A Menominee, Bloomfield’s most reliable guide in the language.
Leskien, August
(1840–1915; PoL 11.469–73).Google Scholar
Lg = Language
Journal of the Linguistic Society of America.
Meillet, Antoine
(1866–1936; PoL 21.201–49).Google Scholar
Meillet, Antoine and Marcel Cohen
. Les langues du monde Paris: Hachette 1924.Google Scholar
Menominee, Menomini
Bloomfield uses the first spelling in 1919, then shifts to the second, which is retained in all his publications. In the early 1970s it was determined that the Menominee themselves prefer the first, which is therefore now being restored in learned material.
Michelson, Truman
(1879–1938; Lg 141.314 1938; AA 411.281–85 1939) The Owl Sacred Pack of the Fox Indians. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 72 (1921), Washington, D.C.Google Scholar
MLA Modern Language Association.
Morris, Mrs Alice Vanderbilt
(1874-?), active in the international language movement in the 1920s.Google Scholar
Oldfather, William Abbott
(1880–1945), in Department of Classics at the University of Illinois for many years; on editorial committee of U. of I. Studies in Language and Literature when Bloomfield’s Tagalog materials were published in 1917.Google Scholar
Pack = Owl Sacred Pack
see Michelson.
PCA = Primitive Central Algonquian (proto replaced primitive as the English equivalent of German Ur- only in the mid 1930s).Google Scholar
PoL = Thomas A. Sebeok ed. Portraits of Linguists. 2v1. Bloomington and London: Indiana University Press 1966.Google Scholar
Prokosch, Eduard
(1876–1938; Lg 141.310–13 1938).Google Scholar
Sapir, Edward
(1884–1939; Lg 15.132–5 1939; AA 41.465–77 1939; PoL 2.489–92). “The Grammarian and his Language,” American Mercury 1:2.149–55 (1924).Google Scholar
(1884–1939; Lg 151.132–5 1939; AA 411.465–77 1939; PoL 21.489–92). “Sound Patterns in Language,” Language 11.137–51 (1925).Google Scholar
(1884–1939; Lg 151.132–5 1939; AA 411.465–77 1939; PoL 21.489–92). The Southern Paiute Language. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Vol. 651 (1930).Google Scholar
Satterlee, John V.
(?-c1927) A Menominee, source of much of the information published by Skinner and of many of the texts taken down by Bloomfield.Google Scholar
Saussure, Ferdinand de
(1857–1913; PoL 21.87–110). Cours de linguistique générale. Constructed posthumously from class notes by Charles Bally and Albert Sechehaye. Paris & Lausanne, Payot 1916; 2d ed. 1922.Google Scholar
Skinner, Alanson Buck
(1885–1925; AA 281.275–86 1926) Various ethnographic studies of the Menominee and of other Central Algonquian and northern Siouan peoples, published 1913–1920 mainly in Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History and in Indian Notes and Monographs of the Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation.Google Scholar
Southern Paiute
see Sapir.
Streitberg, Wilhelm
(1864–1925; PoL 21.182–87).Google Scholar
Streitberg volume = J. Friedrich and others
, Stand und Aufgaben der Sprachwissenschaft; Festschrift für Wilhelm Streitberg. Heidelberg: Carl Winter’s Universitätsbuchhandlung 1924.Google Scholar
Sturtevant, Edgar Howard
(1875–1952; Lg 281.417–34 1952; PoL 21.365–84).Google Scholar
Wackernagel, Jacob
(1852–1938; PoL 21.52–55).Google Scholar
Weiss, Albert Paul
(1879–1931; Lg 71.219–21 1931).Google Scholar
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