A Checklist of Materials on Northern Wakashan

(Last revised: 30-06-09)

Anderson, Stephen R. 1984. Kwakwala syntax and the government-binding theory. In Cook and Gerdts (1984): pp. 21-75.

Bach, Emmon. 1975. Long Vowels and Stress in Kwakiutl. Texas Linguistic Forum 2, 9-19.

Bach, Emmon. 1990. Stem extensions in Haisla. Papers for the 25th International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages. Vancouver: University of British Columbia. Pp. 1-15.

Bach, Emmon. 1995. Word-internal semantic relations in Wakashan. In Clifford S. Burgess, Katarzyna Dziwirek, and Donna B. Gerdts, eds, Grammatical Relations: Theoretical Approaches to Empirical Issues (Cambridge and Stanford: Cambridge University Press and CSLI), pp. 1-13.

Bach, Emmon. 1995. A note on quantification and blankets in Haisla. In Emmon Bach, Eloise Jelinek, Angelika Kratzer, and Barbara H. Partee, eds., Quantification in Natural Languages (Dordrecht: Kluwer).

Bach, Emmon. 1996. On the grammar of complex words. In Anna-Maria di Sciullo, ed. Configurations: Essays on Structure and Interpretation (Somerville: Cascadilla Press), pp. 1--16.

Bach, Emmon. 1991-92. Review of Lincoln, Neville J., John C. Rath, Evelyn Windsor. 1990. Baxʷbakʷalanusiwa. Un récit Haisla/ a Haisla story. raconté par / as told by Gordon Robertson. Amerindia. No. 14. Supplement 3. Pp. xii, 119. BC Studies Nos. 91-92 [Autumn/Winter 1991--92], pp. 209--214.

Bach, Emmon. [2001] Building words in Haisla. UMOP 20:51--73. [Elena Benedicto, ed. Indigenous languages]

Bach, Emmon. 2002. On the surface verb qʼayʼaiˈqela Linguistics and Philosophy 25: 531-544.

Bach, Emmon. 2003. Categories and pronominal arguments. In Andrew Carnie, Heidi Harley, and Mary Ann Willie, eds. Formal Approaches to Function in Grammar. In honor of Eloise Jelinek (Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins), pp. 45-49.

Bach, Emmon, and Reed Bates. 1971. Some notes on Xa'isla. In James E. Hoard and Thomas Hess, eds., Studies in Northwest Indian Languages (Sacramento: Sacramento Anthropological Society), pp. 1-11.

Boas, Franz and George Hunt. 1905. Kwakiutl Texts. Leiden: E. J. Brill; New York: G. E. Stechert. (= Publications of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition, vol. 3.) (Repr. New York, AMS Press, 1975.)

Boas, Franz and George Hunt. 1906. Kwakiutl Texts: Second Series. Leiden: E. J. Brill; New York: G. E. Stechert. (= Publications of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition, vol. 10, pt. 1) (Reprinted: New York, AMS Press, 1975.)

Boas, Franz. 1911. Kwakiutl. In Franz Boas, Handbook of American Indian Languages (Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 40), vol. 1: 423-557. (Reprinted 1969: Humanities Press/Anthropological Publications, Oosterhout, NB.)

Boas, Franz, ed. 1911-1922. Handbook of American Indian Languages. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 40. 2 vols. Rpt. New York: Humanities Press, 1969.

Boas, Franz. 1921. Ethnology of the Kwakiutl (based on data collected by George Hunt). 35th Annual Report of teh Bureau of American Ethnology, Parts 1 ad 2, 1913-14. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.

Boas, Franz. 1924-25. A revised list of Kwakiutl suffixes. IJAL 3: 117-131.

Boas, Franz. 1928. Bella Bella Texts. Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology Volume V. New York: Columbia University Press.

Boas, Franz. 1930. The Religion of the Kwakiutl Indians. Part I - Text. Part II - Translations. Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology Volume X, Parts 1, 2. New York: Columbia University Press.

Boas, Franz. 1932. Bella Bella Tales. Memoirs of the American Folk-Lore Society: Volume XXV. New York:Stechert. [Repr. Kraus: 1973.]

Boas, Franz. 1947. Kwakiutl Grammar with a Glossary of the Suffixes. Edited by Helene Boas Yampolsky with the Collaboration of Zellig S. Harris. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society. N.S. Vol 37, Part 3, pp. 202[?]-377. Reprinted by AMS Press, New York.

Boas, Franz. 1966. Kwakiutl Ethnography. Edited by Helen Codere. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Compton, Brian Douglas. 1993. Upper North Wakashan and Southern Tsimshian Ethnobotany: The Knowledge and Usage of Plants and Fungi among the Oweekeno, Hanaksiala (Kitlope and Kemano), Haisla (Kitamaat) and Kitasoo Peoples of the Central and North Coasts of British Columbia. Ph.D. Dissertation: The University of British Columbia. (Check out many other publication by Compton)

Cook, Eung-Do and Donna B. Gerdts, eds. 1984. The Syntax and Semantics of Native American Languages. Orlando et al.: Academic Press. (= Syntax and Semantics, Volume 16)

Hilton, Susanne and John C. Rath, eds. 1982. Oowekeeno Oral Traditions. As told by the Late Chief Simon Walkus Sr. Transcribed and Translated by Evelyn Walkus Windsor. Ottawa: National Museum of Man Mercury Series. Canadian Ethnology Service: Paper No. 84.

Jacobsen, William H., Jr. 1969. Origin of the Nootka Pharyngeals. IJAL 35:125-153.

Howe, Darin Mathew. 2000. Oowekyala Segmental Phonology. Ph.D. dissertation, The University of British Columbia.

Levine, Robert D. 1977. Kwak'wala. IJAL Native American Text Series 2(3): 98-126.

Levine, Robert D. 1984. Empty categories, rules of grammar, and Kwakwala complementation. In Cook and Gerdts (1984): pp. 215-245.

Levine, Robert D. 1980. On the lexical origin of the Kwakwala passive. IJAL 46: 240-258.

Lincoln, Neville J., John C. Rath, Evelyn Windsor. 1990. Baxʷbakʷalanusiwa. Un récit Haisla/ a Haisla story. raconté par / as told by Gordon Robertson. Amerindia. No. 14. Supplement 3.

Lincoln, Neville J. and John C. Rath. 1980. North Wakashan Comparative Root List. Ottawa: National Museum of Man Mercury Series. Canadian Ethnology Service: Paper No. 68.

Lincoln, Neville J. and John C. Rath. 1986. Phonology, Dictionary and Listing of Roots and Lexical Derivates of the Haisla Language of Kitlope and Kitimaat. (2 vols.) Ottawa: National Museum of Man Mercury Series. Canadian Ethnology Service: Paper No. 103.

Lopatin, Ivan A. 1945. Social Life and Religion of the Indians in Kitimat, British Columbia. Los Angeles: The University of Southern California Press. (UCSC Social Science Series Number Twenty-Six) [188 pp.]

Olson, Ronald L. 1940. The Social Organization of the Haisla of British Columbia. Anthropological Records, Vol. 2, No. 5. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Raley, G. H., ed. [1898 - 1907] NA-NA-KWA or Dawn on the Northwest Coast. Nrs. 1 - 31. Kitamaat, B.C. (No. 31: Port Simpson, B.C.) (Photocopy in Kitimat Centennial Museum) [missionary newspaper]

Sapir, Edward. 1938. Glottalized continuants in Navaho, Nootka, and Kwakiutl. Language 14.248-274. [Repr. in Mandelbaum, ed., and Collected Works V.1, 105-132. S

Spradley, James P. 1969. Guests Never Leave Hungry: The Autobiography of James Sewid, a Kwakiutl Indian New Haven and London: Yale University Press.

Turner, Nancy Chapman, and Marcus A.M. Bell. [n.d.o.p.] The Ethnobotany of the Southern Kwakwiutl Indians of British Columbia. (Check out many other publications by Turner, including guidebooks from the Royal BC Museum in Victoria)

Varley, Elizabeth Anderson. 1981. Kitimat My Valley Terrace: Northern Times Press. KIT

Vink, Henry [Hein]. 1980. Dictionary of Haisla. [Copy in Kitimat Centennial Museum in folder Haisla Language]

Vink, Hein [Henry]. [Typescript1] A first course in Haisla. Kitamaat Village.

Wolcott, Harry F. 1967. A Kwakiutl Village and School. New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Toronto, London: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.