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Yurok geography

Waterman, T. T.

Yurok geography

by Waterman, T. T.

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Yurok Indians.,
  • Names, Geographical -- California.

  • Edition Notes

    Microfiche. New Haven, Conn., Human Relations Area Files [1970?]

    SeriesUniversity of California publications in American archaeology and ethnology -- v. 16, no. 5., University of California publications -- v. 16, no. 5., HRAF -- 6.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[177]-314 p.
    Number of Pages314
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16815410M

    Filed under: Yurok Indians. Yurok Geography (offprint from University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology; Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, ), by T. T. Waterman (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Indians of North America -- California -- Music. The Library of Congress is unaware of any copyright or other restrictions in the Edward S. Curtis Collection. Absent any such restrictions, these materials are free to use and reuse. Book/Printed Material Yurok geography.

    Books under this subject. To the American Indian: Reminiscences of a Yurok Woman by Lucy Thompson (44 copies) Standing Ground: Yurok Indian Spirituality, by Thomas Buckley (31 copies) Yurok Myths by A. L. Kroeber (28 copies) Yurok Geography by T. T. Waterman (11 copies) Yurok Narratives by Robert Spott (5 copies).   From T. T. Waterman's book Yurok Geography A map of the universe indicating Qenek, the Yurok word for Katimin, at the center. I saw the place the Karuk call the center of the world in Author: Gabrielle Gopinath.

    This super pack has everything you need for a comprehensive study of historic Native American customs and traditions. The Native American Super Pack includes four books, seven cross-curricular activities, and five 11 x 17 inch posters. Books Included:H Is for Hopi features the unique foods, homes, c. In , anthropologist T.T. Waterman catalogued these rocks and stories, as well as inland features, in his book Yurok Geography. "Hupa his rock" is one entry, for a rock in Trinidad harbor near.


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Yurok geography by Waterman, T. T. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Along with Yurok Narratives by Kroeber and Spott, and Yurok Myths by r, this book is one of the three pillars of Yurok information.

I also recommend To the American Indian by Lucy Thompson. Let's make that four pillars.5/5(1). Yurok geography, by T.T. Waterman () (Reprint) by Waterman, T. (Thomas Talbot), b. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Yurok geography. Contributor Names Waterman, T.

(Thomas Talbot), - Yurok language Notes Library of Congress Control Number a Language English OCLC Number The book provides information about Yurok place names and towns, descent and inheritance, orthography and other cultural subjects.

“This was Yurok heritage. This ability to use and not abuse any of the creations throughout the territory was : Humboldt County Historical Society.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Waterman, T.T. (Thomas Talbot), b. Yurok geography. Berkeley, University of California Press, OCLC Number: Notes: Title page includes original imprint: Berkeley, University of California press, Description: [] pages: plates, folded. Yurok Indians, Names, Geographical -- California, Yurok language, California -- Description and travel Publisher Berkeley, University of California Press Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of Congress Language English.

The geography database is being expanded but is still very incomplete, so you may not find what you want. Teaching, learning, and documenting Yurok Annelia Norris, an artist and language teacher, and Carole Lewis, the director of the Yurok Tribe language program and for many years a leading figure in Yurok language revival, with haamoh, at the first Yurok Language Immersion Camp, Tuley Creek.

Yurok word contains: English translation contains: Part of speech: e-class verbs o-class verbs oo-class verbs a-class verbs noninflected verbs transitive verbs intransitive verbs impersonal verbs pronouns adverbs preverbs numerals dependent nouns.

click here for the Yurok alphabet click here for more phrases. Complete your Census questionnaire. online or over the phone NOW. You will need your PHYSICAL ADDRESS to. complete the Census for your household. If you live on the. Yurok Reservation you can locate your home address here: Address Map.

Where the Yurok lived The Yurok tribe lived on the Northern coast of California. The Yurok tribe viewed their land as sacred The Yurok tribe cared very much about their land and they viewed it as sacred- just like the Navajo.

They took great care of their land and never. Yurok geography. by Waterman, T. Published by University of California Press in Berkeley. Written in EnglishPages: Geography and place names Click on an area of the map, from Robert Spott and A. Kroeber's Yurok Narratives, to see the names of places in that area.

The geography database is being expanded but is still very incomplete, so you may not find what you want. Region of the Yurok Tribe Yurok-Owned Businesses REDWOOD HOTEL CASINO: Redwood Hotel Casino is the perfect place to rest and relax in Redwood National and State Parks.

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To book your space, call () CATS RV Park. Originally published inYurok Geography is a detailed description of the world of the Yurok, an Algonquin group in coastal northwestern California.

It features large maps showing villages during historic times and geographic features, with their names and meanings, and other comments on Yurok culture. In addition, modern Yurok culture and still-celebrated traditions are described.

Yurok homelands are illustrated with a detailed map of the United States. Bold glossary terms and an index accompany engaging text. This book is written and illustrated by Native Americans, providing authentic perspectives of the Yurok.3/5(2).

yurok geography by t. waterman Fig. 1—Boulder at the river's edge. This boulder was once a wo'ge or immortal, who tried to prevent death from coming into the : Tim Macsweeney. Yurok Name. Yurok (pronounced YOOR-ock) comes from the word yuruk, meaning “downriver” in the Karok language.

The Yurok sometimes called themselves Olekwo’l (“the people”) or Pulikla (“downriver”), but they usually used village or clan names rather than a general tribal name. Yurok tribes were known as the Pohlik-la, Ner-er-er, Petch-ik-lah, and Klamath River Indians.

National Geographic publishes best-selling and award-winning nonfiction books for all ages. Purchasing a book about Humboldt County History, gifts, or ephemeral items from our bookstore is a great way to support the work we do.

Back issues of the Humboldt Historian are available for purchase in the bookstore or by phone order. The Yurok (from Yuh'ára, or Yurúkvaarar in the neighboring Karuk language) or as they call themselves Pueleekla’ and Puliklah (from pulik 'downstream' + -la 'people of') both means "downriver people" are Native Americans who live in northwestern California near the Klamath River and Pacific coast.

They live on the Yurok Indian Reservation and the surrounding communities in Humboldt, Del.Waterman. Yurok Geography. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology vol number 5, Facsimile edition with new introductory materials, Trinidad Museum Society, ; Spott & Kroeber.

Yurok Narratives. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology vol number 9, Geography. Yurok has been spoken in northwest California for many hundreds of years. The traditional territory of the Yurok language and people lies along the Klamath River from Wechpues (Weitchpec) to Rekw'oy (Requa), and also south along the Pacific coast to Chuerey (Trinidad).

Neighboring languages include Tolowa (north along the coast).