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Aztec-Tanoan Languages, part 1

Languages on this page so far are Cahuilla, Cupeno, Hopi, Keres, Luiseno, Nahuatl, and Paiute.

Cahuilla

updated 9-27-2002 Cahuilla (Macro-Penutian), also spelled Kaweah, belongs to the Cahuilla- Cupeno sub-branch of the Cupan sub-branch of the Takic sub-branch of the Uto- Aztecan sub-branch of the Aztec-Tanoan branch of the Macro-Penutian family of languages. Cahuilla is spoken in southern California. 497.45 Hopi dictionary = Hopiikwa lavaytutuveni. -- H792 [S.l.] : University of Arizona Press, 1998 RID: 97-4612 ITEM #: hop00008 305.89745 Jenkins, David G J52c Cahuilla cultural practice in the twenty-first century. -- 1997 Thesis (M.A.)--University of Montana, 1997. RID: --- ITEM #: cah00002 497.4 Seiler, Hansjakob, 1920- S461c Cahuilla texts RID: --- ITEM #: cah00001
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Cupeno

updated 9-27-2002 Cupeno (Macro-Penutian) belongs to the Cahuilla-Cupeno sub-branch of the Cupan sub-branch of the Takic sub-branch of the Uto-Aztecan sub-branch of the Aztec-Tanoan branch of the Macro-Penutian family of languages. Cupeno is spoken in southern California. Please note that the language name is properly spelled with a tilde over the N. 497.4 Hill, Jane H., comp. H646m Mulu'wetam RID: 74-156946 ITEM #: cup00001 497.45 Hopi dictionary = Hopiikwa lavaytutuveni. -- H792 [S.l.] : University of Arizona Press, 1998 RID: 97-4612 ITEM #: hop00008
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Hopi

updated 7-15-2002 Hopi (Macro-Penutian), sometimes called Moki, belongs to the Western Pueblo sub-branch of the Pueblan sub-branch of the Numic sub-branch of the Uto- Aztecan sub-branch of the Aztec-Tanoan branch of the Macro-Penutian family of languages. Hopi is spoken in Arizona. Dialects include First Mesa, Second Mesa, and Third Mesa. It is written with the Latin alphabet. 398.2089974 The bedbugs' night dance and other Hopi sexual B399.E tales = Mumuspi'yyungqa tuutuwutsi / narrated by Michael Lomatuway'ma ... et al. ; collected, translated, and edited by Ekkehart Malotki. -- Lincoln, NE : Published for Northern Arizona University by the University of Nebraska Press, 1995. Tales in Hopi and English on opposite pages; introductory and critical matter in English. RID: 95-17656 ITEM #: hop00004 970.3 David, Neil H792da Kachinas, spirit beings of the Hopi. -- Albuquerque, N.M. : Avanyu Pub., 1993. RID: 92-8363 ITEM #: hop00005 700.978 Driebe, Tom M818Zd In search of the wild Indian : photographs and life works by Carl and Grace Moon. -- Moscow, Pa. : Maurose, 1997 RID: --- ITEM # nav00010 497.45 Hopi dictionary = Hopiikwa lavaytutuveni. -- [S.l.] : H792 University of Arizona Press, 1998 RID: 97-4612 ITEM #: hop00008 497.4 Kalectaca, Milo K14L Lessons in Hopi RID: 77-20279 ITEM #: hop00001 970.3 Levy, Jerrold E., 1930- H792Le Orayvi revisited : social stratification in an "egalitarian" society / Jerrold E. Levy with assistance from Barbara Pepper. -- Santa Fe, N.M. : School of American Research Press, 1992. RID: 92-557 ITEM #: hop00006 497.45 Malotki, Ekkehart M257h Hopi time : a linguistic analysis of the temporal concepts in the Hopi language. -- Berlin : Mouton Publishers, 1983. RID: 83-2291 ITEM #: hop00003 897 New voices in Native American literary criticism N532 / edited by Arnold Krupat. -- Washington : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1993. RID: 92-18673 ITEM #: jiv00001 291.35 Sacred sites, sacred places / edited by David L. S1234 Carmichael ... et al. -- London : Routledge, 1994. RID: 93-33400 ITEM #: bla00011 970.670979 Seymour, Tryntje Van Ness S521w When the rainbow touches down : the artists and stories behind the Apache, Navajo, Rio Grande Pueblo, and Hopi paintings in the William and Leslie Van Ness Denman Collection. -- Phoenix, Ariz. : Heard Museum, 1988. RID: 87-82906 ITEM #: nav00007 780.71 Teaching music with a multicultural approach / T2532 William M. Anderson. -- Reston, Va. : Music Educators National Conference, 1991. RID: 91-193013 ITEM #: hop00002 973.049745 Whiteley, Peter M W5943r Rethinking Hopi ethnography. -- [S.l.] : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1998 RID: 98-6011 ITEM #: hop00007
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Keres

updated 7-12-2002 Keres (Macro-Penutian) belongs to the Keresan sub-branch of the Eastern Pueblo sub-branch of the Pueblan sub-branch of the Numic sub-branch of the Uto- Aztecan sub-branch of the Aztec-Tanoan branch of the Macro-Penutian family of languages. Keres is sometimes called Laguna (Pueblo) or Acoma. Keres is spoken in New Mexico. 497.9 Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 B662k Keresan texts RID: 73-3543 ITEM #: ker00001 979.004974 Cordell, Linda S C7944a Ancient Pueblo peoples. -- [S.l.] : St. Remy Press, 1994 RID: 94-2308 ITEM #: pue00002 700.978 Driebe, Tom M818Zd In search of the wild Indian. -- Moscow, Pa. : Maurose, 1997 RID: --- ITEM #: nav00010 973.0497 Kupferer, Harriet J K9678a Ancient drums, other moccasins. -- Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall, 1988 RID: 87-18464 ITEM #: chy00009 299.7 Luckert, Karl W., 1934- L9414o Olmec religion. -- Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 1976 RID: 75-12869 ITEM #: zap00005 AT Ortiz, Simon J., 1941- 06089 Coming to grips with American identity. -- Missoula : University of Montana--Missoula, 2001 1 sound cassette. RID: --- ITEM #: ker00003 808.89897 Words in the blood : contemporary Indian writers W924 of North and South America / edited, with an introd. and notes by Jamake Highwater. -- New York : New American Library, 1984. RID: 84-4905 ITEM #: ker00002
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Luiseno

updated 9-27-2002 Luiseno (Macro-Penutian) belongs to the Takic sub-branch of the Uto- Aztecan sub-branch of the Aztec-Tanoan branch of the Macro-Penutian family of languages. Luiseno is spoken in southern California. Please note that the language name is properly spelled with a tilde over the N. 497.45 Hopi dictionary = Hopiikwa lavaytutuveni. -- H792 [S.l.] : University of Arizona Press, 1998 RID: 97-4612 ITEM #: hop00008 497.4 Hyde, Villiana H995i An introduction to the Luiseno language RID: --- ITEM #: lui00001 970.494 Native Californians / edited by Lowell J. Bean and N278 Thomas C. Blackburn. -- Ramona, Calif. : Ballena Press, 1976 RID: 76-355428 ITEM #: dig00002
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Nahuatl

updated 4-4-2001 Nahuatl (Macro-Penutian), also called Aztec, belongs to the Nahuatlan sub- branch of the Uto-Aztecan sub-branch of the Aztec-Tanoan branch of the Macro-Penutian family of languages. Nahuatl was the language of the Aztec empire. It is still widely spoken in Mexico. At the time of the Spanish conquest, Nahuatl was written in pictographs, but the Spaniards introduced the Latin alphabet which has been used since then. Sierra Nahuatl is regarded as a dialect by some scholars and as a separate language by others. It is treated separately herein. Mexica is another dialect. 970.472 Adams, Richard E. W., 1931- A216p Prehistoric Mesoamerica. -- Rev. ed. -- 1991 Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 1991. Includes the Mexica dialect. RID: 90-50679 ITEM #: zap00004 497.4 Anderson, Arthur J. O. A545r Rules of the Aztec language RID: 72-88553 ITEM #: nah00001 497 Arreola, Jose Maria A774j Jeroglificos de apellidos espanoles RID: 22-23490 ITEM #: spa00055 467.97203 Cabrera, Luis, 1876-1954 C117d Diccionario de Aztequismos 1982 RID: wln84-23378 ITEM #: spa00118 781.043 Castel, Nico C348s A singer's manual of Spanish lyric diction. -- New York : Excalibur Pub., 1994. RID: 94-6333 ITEM #:gua00001 Q Codex borbonicus 529.3 A sacred almanac of the Aztecs (Tonala- C669s matl of the Codex borbonicus). -- New York : RID: 41-18980 ITEM #: nah00004 972.01 Conrad, Geoffrey W C754r Religion and empire : the dynamics of Aztec and Inca expansionism / Geoffrey W. Conrad, Arthur A. Demarest. - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire : Cambridge University Press, 1984 RID: 83-14414 ITEM #: nah00011 572.972 Denison, Thomas Stewart, 1848-1911 D4 The primitive Aryans of America. -- Chicago : RID: 09-958 ITEM #: nah00005 930.003 Encyclopedia of the Ancient World / editor, Sharon E5647 Grimbly. - London : Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2000 RID: --- ITEM #: myn00019 972.018 The essential Codex Mendoza. - [S.l.] : C6697e University of California Press, 1997 Includes the Mexica dialect. RID: 96-19507 ITEM #: spa00844 810.80868 The floating borderlands. - [S.l.] : University F628 of Washington Press, 1998 Includes several poems in Nahuatl. RID: 98-23924 ITEM #: nah00012 299.72 Graulich, Michel G774m.Es [Mitos y rituales del Mexico antiguo. English] Myths of ancient Mexico / translated by Bernard R. Ortiz de Montellano and Thelma Ortiz de Montellano. - Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 1997 RID: 96-49255 ITEM #: myn00022 497.4 Hill, Jane H H646s Speaking Mexicano RID: 86-1370 ITEM #: nah00002 497.45 Hopi dictionary = Hopiikwa lavaytutuveni. - H792 [S.l.] : University of Arizona Press, 1998 RID: 97-4612 ITEM #: hop00008 497.4 Karttunen, Frances E K18a An analytical dictionary ... RID: 82-83447 ITEM #: nah00003 897.4 Leon Portilla, Miguel L579L.EL [Literaturas precolombinas de Mexico. English] Pre-Columbian literatures of Mexico / translated from the Spanish by Grace Lobanov and the author. - Norman, Okla. : University of Oklahoma Press, 1986 RID: 85-40941 ITEM #: myn00024 810.8086872 Literatura chicana, 1965-1995 : an anthology in L776 Spanish, English, and Calo / edited by Manuel de Jesus Hernandez-Gutierrez and David William Foster. - New York : Garland Pub., 1997 RID: 96-24202 ITEM #: spa00911 972.02 Lockhart, James L816n The Nahuas after the conquest : a social and cultural history of the Indians of central Mexico, sixteenth through eighteenth centuries. -- Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1992. RID: 91-29972 ITEM #: nah00006 972.53018 Lopez Lujan, Leonardo L864o.Eo [Ofrendas del Templo Mayor de Tenochtitlan. English] The offerings of the Templo Mayor of Tenochtitlan. -- Niwot, Colo. : University Press of Colorado, 1994. RID: 93-47401 ITEM #: nah00007 497.4 Macazaga Ordono, Cesar M117d Diccionario de la lengua nahuatl RID: 80-106467 ITEM #: spa00440 897 New voices in Native American literary critisism N532 / edited by Arnold Krupat. -- Washington : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1993. RID: 92-18673 ITEM #: jiv00001 970.62 Ransom, Jay Ellis, 1914- R212b Big Horn Medicine Wheel (the birth and death of humanity) and its successor the Aztec calendar stone. -- Cody, Wyo. : Yellowstone Printing & Publishing, 1992. RID: wln95-43317 ITEM #: nah00008 291.35 Sacred sites, sacred places / edited by David L. S1234 Carmichael ... et al. -- London : Routledge, 1994. RID: 93-33400 ITEM #: bla00011 972.018 Smith, Michael Ernest, 1953- S655a The Aztecs. - Cambridge, Ma. : Blackwell Publishers, 1996 RID: 95-25889 ITEM #: nah00010 306.08997452 Taggart, James M., 1941- T125n Nahuat myth and social structure. - Austin : University of Texas Press, 1997 RID: 98-117997 ITEM #: nah00013 398.204974 Taube, Karl A T222a Aztec and Maya myths. -- 1st University of Texas Press ed. -- Austin : University of Texas Press, 1993. RID: 93-60587 ITEM #: nah00009 861.08 Zaid, Gabriel, comp. Z21o Omnibus de poesia mexicana RID: wln86-51373 or 72-348911 ITEM #: nai00030
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Paiute

updated 12-3-2002 Paiute (Macro-Penutian) belongs to the Numic sub-branch of the Uto-Aztecan sub-branch of the Aztec-Tanoan branch of the Macro-Penutian family of languages. Paiute has been divided into two quite distinct dialects, Northern Paiute and Southern Paiute. Southern Paiute, also called Owens Valley Paiute, is actually more like the other Southern Numic languages, while Northern Paiute, sometimes called Paviotso and some- times simply Paiute, is more like the other Western Numic languages. Paiute is spoken in Nevada, Oregon, California, and Utah. 979.333 Hittman, Michael M1531Zh Corbett Mack : the life of a Northern Paiute. -- [S.l.] : University of Nebraska Press, [n.d.] RID: 96-28492 ITEM #: pai0001 497.45 Hopi dictionary = Hopiikwa lavaytutuveni. -- [S.l.] : H792 University of Arizona Press, 1998 RID: 97-4612 ITEM #: hop00008 291.35 Sacred sites, sacred places / edited by David L. Carmichael ... et al. -- London : S1234 Routledge, 1994. RID: 93-33400 ITEM #: bla00011
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