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Musqueam reference grammar

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Published by UBC Press in Vancouver .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Salishan languages -- Dialects.,
  • Salishan languages -- Grammar.,
  • Langues salish -- Dialectes -- Grammaire.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementWayne Suttles.
    SeriesFirst nations languages
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPM2264.Z8 S87 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxii, 595 p. :
    Number of Pages595
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3369084M
    ISBN 100774810025
    LC Control Number2004444036
    OCLC/WorldCa54082013

    Lot of 5 English grammar, vocabulary and exercise books. Good: A book that has been read but is in good condition. Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or tears. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be Rating: % positive.


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Here is the long-awaited grammar of the Musqueam dialect of Halkomelem, which Wayne Suttles began work on in the late s. The Musqueam people's aboriginal territory includes much of the Fraser Delta and the city of Vancouver. Halkomelem is one of the twenty-three languages that belong to the Salish Family.

Suttles, an anthropologist, worked with knowledgeable older people, eliciting. Musqueam Reference Grammar (First Nations Languages) by Wayne Suttles (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

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Musqueam Reference Grammar is perhaps the fullest account of any Salish language. It will be welcomed by linguists, anthropologists, and the Musqueam people. Musqueam Reference Grammar by Wayne Suttles,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).

The late Wayne Suttles’s monu mental Musqueam Reference Grammar fo cuses on the language of the Mus queam people of the lower Fraser River, speakers of a Downriver dialect of the language known to linguists and anthropologists as Halkomelem, one of the twenty-three languages comprising the Salishan language family of British Columbia and Washington State [ ].

General Books / Indigenous Studies and Authors / MUSQUEAM REFERENCE GRAMMAR. View Larger Image. MUSQUEAM REFERENCE GRAMMAR WAYNE SUTTLES. Price: $ Quantity Add to Cart Add to Wish List Email this product to a friend The Musqueam peoples' territory includes much of the Fraser Delta and the city of Vancouver.

The Musqueam peoples’ territory includes much of the Fraser Delta and the city of Vancouver. Halkomelem, one of the twenty-three languages that belong to the Salish Family, is spoken in three distinct forms: Upriver, by the Stó:lo‘ of the Fraser Valley; Downriver, of which Musqueam is the only surviving representative; and Island, spoken by the Nanaimo and Cowichan of Vancouver Island.

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Musqueam Reference Grammar. First Nations languages. Vancouver: UBC Press, ISBN ; Weightman, Barbara Ann. The Musqueam Reserve: A Case Study of the Indian Social Milieu in an Urban Environment. Seattle, Wash: University of Washington, Musqueam Reference Grammar BOOKS: Suttles, Wayne & Diamond Jenness (editors).

Katzie Ethnographic Notes: The Faith of a Coast Salish Indian (B.C. Provincial Museum, ; ). Edited by Wilson Duff. Suttles, Wayne (editor). The Economic Life of the Coast Salish of Haro and Rosario Straits (New York: Garland Publishing, ).

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It covers all the key grammar topics in detail, and is a great book for understanding the patterns and structures of the English language. Musqueam Reference Grammar, which is the result of over 50 years of detailed research by anthropologist and linguist Wayne Suttles, is an invaluable addition not only to the growing body of work on Halkomelem dialects but to research on Salish languages as a whole.

The grammar begins in chapter 1 with a short review of phonology, covering con. Prof Suttles succeeds in his stated objective of providing a reference grammar accessible to interested non-linguists (like me). He steers clear (for example) of the more question-begging sort of presentation of Salishan languages which denies the verb/noun distinction, but provides all the relevant information bearing on the point; the grammar 5/5.

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Other known names and dialect names: Chiliwack, Cowichan, Downriver, Holkomelem, Island, Musqueam, Nanaimo, Upriver. Use faceted search to explore resources for Halkomelem language.

Primary texts [Kwak'wala and Cowichan field notes, with notes on research in the Pacific Northwest]. Musqueam Reference Grammar is perhaps the fullest account of any Salish language. It will be welcomed by linguists, anthropologists, and the Musqueam people.

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The following book was created by the Musqueam people as a reference guide to interpreting and representing Musqueam culture. It is intended for discussion purposes only and should be used in conjunction with consultations with Musqueam.

Inquiries regarding usage should be directed to the Musqueam Indian Band administration office and. The Musqueam Indian Band is a First Nations government in the Canadian province of British Columbia, and is the only Indian band whose reserve community lies within the boundaries of the City of Vancouver.

The name Musqueam relates to the grass məθkʷəy' which grew in throughout the community of Musqueam. It was noted that in some periods the məθkʷəy' grass flourished, and in.

This book provides grammar exercises for students working on their own, with an integrated key at the back for reference. The book can be used in any order depending on the personal needs of the students and the exercises are not arranged in order of increasing difficulty, but are marked with asterisks to indicate their relative degree of.

Musqueam Reference Grammar. Wayne Suttles First Nations Language series. Drawing on a half-century of linguistic research, former UBC faculty member Wayne Suttles documents an endangered First Nations language.

Suttles, an anthropologist, worked with Musqueam elders to elicit traditional stories, personal narratives. The Musqueam Indian Band (Halkomelem: xʷməθkʷəy̓əm IPA: [xʷməθkʷəjˀəm]) is a First Nations band government in the Canadian province of British Columbia and is the only First Nations band whose reserve community lies within the boundaries of the City of Vancouver.

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