Northwest Maidu language
The Konkow language (also called Concow-Maidu, Northwestern Maidu — or Koyoomk'awi, in the language itself) is a part of the Maiduan language group. The word koyoo means, "meadow", with the additional 'm' being the adjective form of the word. 'Koyoo+ [m, adj.] k'awi + [m, adj.] Ma'a [tribe].' It is spoken in California and is a severely endangered language, as only two or three persons remain who speak it as a first language are still living. As part of an effort to regain official recognition of one of the Konkow groups as an officially recognized tribe from the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, an effort to provide language instruction amongst the descendants of the original tribe and affiliated family members has begun.

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Maidu, Northwest | Ethnologue
Listing of language information for Maidu, Northwest.
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Konkow language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Konkow language (also called Concow-Maidu, Northwestern Maidu — or Koyoomk'awi, in the language itself) is a part of the Maiduan language group.
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Maidu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Maidu spoke a language held by some authorities to be of the ... as Maidu); Southern Maidu or Nisenan; Northwestern Maidu or ...
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OLAC resources in and about the Northwest Maidu language
Use faceted search to explore resources for Northwest Maidu language. Primary texts. Narrative concerning the origin of the Concow language, etc.. Francis A.
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Northwest Maidu Language - Babelverse Linguistics Knowledgebase
Babelverse Linguistics Knowledgebase : Northwest Maidu Mainly in United States (America)
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Endangered Languages Project - Konkow - Intro to NW Maidu
Intro to NW Maidu. Using the "Where Are Your Keys?" formula this is a guide to understanding the Kojo:mk'awim Majdy language. Since the start of 2012 the ...
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Konkow - MultiTree
A Digital Library of Language Relationships ... Alternate Names: Northwest Maidu; Maidu; Maidu, Northwest; Meidoo; Tsamak; Michopdo; Concow; Holólupai; ...
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ScriptSource - Maidu, Northwest
MultiTree entry for Northwest Maidu - MultiTree: A Digital Library of Language Relationships, web page. OLAC resources for Northwest Maidu - Open Language ...
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Watch Maidu, Northwest Language Video
The Konkow language is a part of the Maiduan language group. The word koyoo means, meadow, with the additional m being the adjec...
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Where on earth do they speak Maidu, Northwest? - Verbix
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Maidu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Maiduan languages, Maidu means "MAN". .... Maidu, Yamonee Maidu (known simply as Maidu); Southern Maidu or Nisenan; Northwestern Maidu or Konkow; and Valley Maidu or Chico. ... University of California Press, Berkeley. Kroeber ...
Maiduan languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pre-contact distribution of Maiduan languages (California detail map) ... Maidu, Mountain Maidu); Chico † (AKA Valley Maidu); Konkow (AKA Northwestern Maidu); Nisenan (AKA Southern Maidu) ... Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Chico language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chico (also Valley Maidu) is an extinct Maiduan language formerly spoken by Maidu peoples who lived in Northern ... New York: Oxford University Press.
Konkow – Survey of California and Other Indian Languages
The Konkow language was traditionally spoken along the Feather River and ... In pre-contact times, there were approximately 9,000 speakers of Konkow, Maidu, and Nisenan together (Kroeber ... Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Berkeley. ... in and about the Northwest Maidu language · Shingle Springs Rancheria ...
Maidu Language Network - Oroville, CA - Social Services, Tutoring ...
To connect with Maidu Language Network, sign up for Facebook today. .... now you know the N.E. Maidu & N.W. Maidu word for no ..... a public lecture on community language archiving by Dr. Shannon Bischoff (University of Indiana- Purdue) ...
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Maidu: Northeast Maidu (Mountain), Northwest Maidu (Konkow), Valley Maidu) .... University of California, Berkeley Multimedia Achumawi Language Audio ...
Paul Cason | LinkedIn
Language Program Consultant at Susanville Indian Rancheria. Location ... Developed the preservation and revitalization of N.W. Maidu language programs for the Concow-Maidu of ... Doctoral Student at University of Kansas; April Iris Charlo
Northwest Maidu of Glottolog 2012
Northwest Maidu. -121.37 ... Darnell, Regna 1971The Powell classification of American Indian languages ○ comphist @article{darnell_american-powell1971, ...
What is THE MAIDU LANGUAGE?
The Konkow language (also called Concow-Maidu, Northwestern Maidu — or ... As a 32-year-old graduate student in linguistics at the University of ...
A L Kroeber - Konkow Valley Band of Maidu
The eastern language is not known to have been split into dialects. The northwestern Maidu ( KonKau ) were below the high Sierra, part of them in the foothills where the south, middle, north, and west ... Berkeley: University of California Press.
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Languages: A Very Short Introduction
Languages: A Very Short Introduction
Stephen Anderson, 2012
Languages NORTHWESTERN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Language Families Algic - Na~Dene Chimakuan ... miles I l l l l Languages which also appear on Southwestern map; Central Porno Northern Paiute Northwest Maidu Shoshoni ...
The Languages of Native North America (Cambridge Language Surveys)
The Languages of Native North America (Cambridge Language Surveys)
Marianne Mithun, 2001
This book is a comprehensive and authoritative survey of the native North American languages. These several hundred languages show tremendous genetic and typological diversity, and offer numerous challenges to current linguistic theory. The book includes an overview of their special characteristics, descriptions of special styles, a catalog of the ...
California Prehistory: Colonization, Culture, and Complexity
California Prehistory: Colonization, Culture, and Complexity
Terry L. Jones, Kathryn A. Klar, Society for California Archaeology, 2007
The Mountain Maidu are one of three Maidu tribal groups that make up the Maiduan language family, a member of the Penutian language stock. The Mountain Maidu once held a large territory that reached on the northwest from Mount Lassen ...
A Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants: Eastern and central North America (Peterson Field Guides)
A Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants: Eastern and central North America (Peterson Field Guides)
Lee Allen Peterson and Roger Tory Peterson, 1999
More than 370 edible wild plants, plus 37 poisonous look-alikes, are described here, with 400 drawings and 78 color photographs showing precisely how to recognize each species. Also included are habitat descriptions, lists of plants by season, and preparation instructions for 22 different food uses.
Variation and Change in Language: Essays
Variation and Change in Language: Essays
William Bright, 1976
As time passes, however, the language of the impinging culture becomes more familiar; bilingualism arises, and "secondary ... Terms of wider extension are jackass in N. E. Maidu, Washo, S. Sierra Mi wok, and N. W. Mono; sheep in Klamath, ...
"And he knew our language": Missionary Linguistics on the Pacific Northwest Coast (Studies in the History of the...
"And he knew our language": Missionary Linguistics on the Pacific Northwest Coast (Studies in the History of the...
Marcus Tomalin, 2011
This ambitious and ground-breaking book examines the linguistic studies produced by missionaries based on the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America (and particularly Haida Gwaii) during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Making extensive use of unpublished archival materials, the author demonstrates that the missionaries were res...
Census of Population and Housing, 1980: Summary Tape File 3 : ...
Census of Population and Housing, 1980: Summary Tape File 3 : ...
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Language APACHE APACHE FORT SILL FORT SILL APACHE KIOWA KAYOWE KIAWAY KIOWA NAVAJO NAVAJO ... MOUNTAIN MAIDU MAIDU MOUNTAIN MAIDU NORTHWEST MAIDU CONCOW KONCOW KONKOW NORTHWEST ...
Maidu Indian Myths and Stories of Hanc'ibyjim, The
Maidu Indian Myths and Stories of Hanc'ibyjim, The
William Shipley, 1991
World-class collection of Maidu myths A stunning combination of master storytelling and deft translation produced this world-class collection of Maidu myths, with a forward by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gary Snyder. Published in conjunction with Rick Heide
Encyclopedia of the World's Endangered Languages
Encyclopedia of the World's Endangered Languages
Christopher Moseley, 2012
Maidu [153], also known as Northeastern Maidu or Mountain Maidu, is the Maiduan language ofthepeople who traditionally ... Makah [111] is the Southern Wakashan language spoken by the Makah Tribe, atNeahBay on the northwest tip of the ...
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Handbook of Indians of California (1919), “40. The Paiute, Mono, and Koso,” by A. L. Kroeber (1919)
Indians of California, including geography, culture, and religion by A. L. Kroeber (1919)
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