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UUAP 101: Cochimi and Proto-Yuman: Lexical and Syntactic Evidence for a New Language Family in Lower California

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Copyright: 1978
Trim: 7.5 x 10
Pages: 142

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978-0-87480-150-7
$17.00

UUAP 101: Cochimi and Proto-Yuman: Lexical and Syntactic Evidence for a New Language Family in Lower California

University of Utah Anthropological Paper 101

Mauricio J. Mixco

University of Utah Anthropological Papers

Jesse D. Jennings, series editor

Anthropology

This report is the first in-depth study of Cochimí, an extinct language previously spoken in Baja California, Mexico, and recorded by the Spanish missionaries. It also demonstrates a close relationship between the Cochimí and Yuman.

The Anthropological Papers series is published on-demand on the Espresso Book Machine at the J. Willard Marriott Library of the University of Utah. No returns will be accepted.


Table of Contents:

Illustrations
Foreword by Ernest J. Burrus, S. J.
Preface and Acknowledgments

Cochimí Ethnohistory
Grammatical Sketch of Cochimí
Cochimí Syntax
Cochimí Texts
Comparative Cochimí-Yuman Lexicon

Appendix I: Translation of Del Barco's Grammatical Notes
Appendix II: Reproduction of Del Barco's Lower California Texts

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