Obituary published in:
Historiographia Linguistica
Vol. 26:3 (1999) ► pp. 333341

A.Representative publications of Floyd G. Lounsbury

1 For a full bibliography of Floyd G. Lounsbury’s writings, see Chafe (1998).

Oneida Verb Morphology. (= Yale University Publications in Anthropology 48.) New Haven: Yale University Press.Google Scholar
 “Iroquois-Cherokee Linguistic Relations”. Symposium on Cherokee and Iroquois Culture ed. by William N. Fenton & John Gulick (= Bureau of American Ethnology; Bulletin, 180), 9–17. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.Google Scholar
 “Iroquois Place-Names in the Champlain Valley”. Report of the New York-Vermont Interstate Commission on the Lake Champlain Region (= State of New York; Legislative Document, 9), 21–66. Albany, N.Y. (Repr. as a separate publication, Albany: State University of New York 1965.)Google Scholar
 “The Structural Analysis of Kinship Semantics”. Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Linguists ed. by Horace G. Lunt, 1073–1093. The Hague: Mouton. (Repr. (a) in Kinship and Social Organization ed. by Paul Bo-hannan and John Middleton, 125–148. Garden City, N.Y.: The Natural History Press 1968; (b.) in Cognitive Anthropology ed. by Stephen A. Tyler, 193–212. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston 1969; (c) in Readings in Kinship and Social Structure ed. by Nelson Graburn, 258–271. New York: Harper & Row 1969.)Google Scholar
 “A Formal Account of the Crow- and Omaha-Type Kinship Terminologies”. Explorations in Cultural Anthropology ed. by Ward H. Goodenough, 351–393. New York: McGraw-Hill. (Repr. (a) as Bobbs-Merrill Reprints in the Social Sciences, Number A321, 1966, and (b) in Cognitive Anthropology ed. by Stephen A. Tyler, 213–255. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston 1969.)Google Scholar
 “On the Derivation and Reading of the ‘Ben-Ich’ Prefix”. Mesoamerican Writing Systems ed. by Elizabeth P. Benson, 99–143. Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collections.Google Scholar
 “Iroquoian Languages”. Handbook of North American Indians, Vol.XV: Northeast, ed. by Bruce Trigger, 334–343. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.Google Scholar
 “Maya Numeration, Computation, and Calendrical Astronomy”. Dictionary of Scientific Biography ed. by Charles Coulson Gillispie, Vol.XV1, 759–818. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.Google Scholar
 “Some Problems in the Interpretation of the Mythological Portion of the Hieroglyphic Text of the Temple of the Cross at Palenque”. Third Palenque Round Table 1978 ed. by Merle Greene Robertson, Part 2, 99–115. Austin: University of Texas Press.Google Scholar
 “Recent Work in the Decipherment of Palenque’s Hieroglyphic Inscriptions”. American Anthropologist 931.809–825. CrossrefGoogle Scholar

B.Secondary sources

Chafe, Wallace
1998 “Floyd Glenn Lounsbury” (obituary). Newsletter of the Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas 17:2.2–4 (July 1998).Google Scholar
In press. “Floyd Glenn Lounsbury”. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society.
Chafe, Wallace & John S. Justeson
In press. “Floyd Glenn Lounsbury” (obituary). Language.
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2002. Searching for meaning in language. Historiographia Linguistica 29:1-2  pp. 245 ff. Crossref logo

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