Bibliography of Materials on the
Kwakw'ala Language
Anderson, Stephen (1979)
Review of Grubb (1977). Language 55.256-258.

Anderson, Stephen (1984)
"Kwakwala Syntax and the Government-Binding Theory," in Eung-Do Cook and Donna Gerdts (eds.) Syntax and Semantics 16: The Syntax of Native American Languages (New York: Academic Press) pp. 21-75.

Anonby, Stan J. (1997)
Reversing Language Shift: Can Kwak'wala be Revived? Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of North Dakota. Available for reading or download as a Portable Document Format file.
Bach, Emmon (1975)
"Long vowels and stress in Kwakiutl," Texas Linguistic Forum 2.9-19.

Boas, Franz (1893)
"Vocabulary of the Kwakiutl language," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 34-82.

Boas, Franz (1900)
"Sketch of the Kwakiutl language," American Anthropologist 2.708-21.

Boas, Franz (1910)
"Kwakiutl tales," Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology 2.

Boas, Franz (1911)
"Kwakiutl," Handbook of American Indian Languages I.423-557. (Bureau of American Ethnology-Bulletin 40).

Boas, Franz (1931)
"Notes on the Kwakiutl vocabulary," International Journal of American Linguistics 6.163-78.

Boas, Franz (1932)
"Note on some recent changes in the Kwakiutl language," International Journal of American Linguistics 7.90-3.

Boas, Franz (1934)
"Geographical names of the Kwakiutl Indians," Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology 20.

Boas, Franz (1935)
"Kwakiutl tales (new series)," Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology 26.

Boas, Franz (1947)
"Kwakiutl Grammar with a Glossary of the Suffixes," Transactions of the American Philosophical Society 37.3.201-377. (Posthumous publication, edited by Helen Boas Yampolsky and Zellig S. Harris.)

Boas, Franz & George Hunt (1902-1905)
"Kwakutl Texts," Publications of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition 3.1-3; Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History 5.1-3. New York. (Reprinted AMS Press, New York, 1975.)

Boas, Franz & George Hunt (1906)
"Kwakutl Texts (Second Series)," Publications of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition 10.1; Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History 14.1.1-269. New York. (Reprinted AMS Press, New York, 1975.)

Boas, Franz and Pliny Earle Goddard (1924)
"A revised list of Kwakiutl suffixes," International Journal of American Linguistics 3.117-31.

Grubb, David McC. (1969)
A Kwakiutl phonology. M.A. thesis, University of Victoria.

Grubb, David McC. (1977)
A Practical Writing System and Short Dictionary of Kwakw'ala (Kwakiutl). Ottawa: National Museum of Man. (Canadian Ethnology Service, Mercury Series Paper No. 34).
Reviewed by Anderson (1979).

Hunt, George (1906)
"The rival chiefs: A Kwakiutl Story," in B. Lanfer (ed.) Boas Anniversary Volume (New York: G. E. Stechert) Pages 108-36.

Levine, Robert D. (1977)
"Kwakw'ala in Northwest Coast texts," in Barry Carlson (ed.) Northwest Coast Texts (International Journal of American Linguistics - Native American Texts Series 2.3). pp. 98-126.

Levine, Robert D. (1980)
"On the lexical origin of the Kwak'wala passive," International Journal of American Linguistics 46.240-58.

Levine, Robert D. (1982)
"Passives and Controllability in Kwakw'ala," Glossa 14.139-167.

Levine, Robert D. (1984)
"Empty Categories, Rules of Grammar, and Kwakw'ala Complementation," in Eung-Do Cook and Donna Gerdts (eds.) Syntax and Semantics 16: The Syntax of Native American Languages (New York: Academic Press) pp. 215-245.

MacLaury, Robert (1986)
"Color Categorization in Shuswap, Chilcotin, Kwak'wala, and Makah," Proceedings of the International Conference on Salishan and Neighboring Languages 21.100-122.

Rodier, Dominique (1989)
"Prosodic Affixation in Kwakiutl," Unpublished paper presented at Eastern States Conference on Linguistics: University of Delaware, Oct. 6-8, 1989.

Sapir, Edward (1938)
"Glottalized Continuants in Navajo, Nootka, and Kwakiutl, with a note on Indo-European," Language 14.248-274.

Wilson, Peter (1986)
"Metrical structure in Wakashan phonology," Berkeley Linguistics Society 12.283-291.

Wilson, Peter (1990)
"Dialect and Style: Variation in Kwak'wala," Proceedings of the International Conference on Salishan and Neighboring Languages 25.337-348.

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