Bibliography of Materials on the
Okanagan Language

Arrowsmith, Gary (1968)
Colville Phonemics. M.A. thesis, University of Washington.

Darnell, Michael (1995)
"Preverbal nominals in Colville-Okanagan," in Pamela Downing and Michael Noonan (eds.) Word order in Discourse (Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins) pp. 85-104.
Dilts, Philip (2006)
"An analysis of the Okanagan 'middle' marker 'm'" in Atsushi Fujimori & Maria Amália Reis Silva (eds.) Proceedings of the Workshop on Constituency and Structure in the Languages of the Americas XI. University of British Columbia Working Papers in Linguistics 19. pp. 77-98

Doak, Ivy (1981)
"A Note on Plural Suppletion in Colville Okanagan," University of Montana Occasional Papers in Linguistics 2.143-147.

Doak, Ivy (1983)
"The 1908 Okanagan Word Lists of James Teit," University of Montana Occasional Papers in Linguistics 3.

Doak, Ivy and Anthony Mattina (1997)
"Okanagan -lx, Coeur d'Alene -ils^, and Cognate Forms," International Journal of American Linguistics 63/3.334-361.

Hébert, Yvonne M. (1978)
"Sandhi in a Salishan Language: Okanagan," International Conference on Salishan Languages 13.26-56.

Hébert, Yvonne M. (1979)
"A Note on Aspect in (Nicola Lake) Okanagan," International Conference on Salishan Languages 14.173-209.

Hébert, Yvonne M. (1982)
"Aspect and transitivity in (Nicola Lake) Okanagan," in Syntax and semantics, vol. 15: Studies in transitivity (New York: Academic Press). pp. 195-215.

Hébert, Yvonne M. (1982)
Clausal structure in (Nicola Lake) Okanagan. Final report to Canadian Ethnology Service. National Museum of Man, Ottawa.

Hébert, Yvonne M. (1982)
Transitivity in (Nicola Lake) Okanagan. Ph. D. dissertation, University of British Columbia.

Hébert, Yvonne M. (1983)
"Noun and verb in a Salishan language," Studies in Native American languages II.31-81. (Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics 8/2).

Kinkade, M. Dale (1967)
"On the Identification of the Methows," International Journal of American Linguistics 33.193-197.
Identifies Methow as a dialect of Okanagan.
Lindley, Lottie and John Lyon (2012)
"12 Upper Nicola Okanagan Texts". Proceedings of the International Conference on Salishan and Neighboring Languages 47. (UBC Working Papers in Linguistics 32).
Mattina, Anthony (1973)
Colville Grammatical Structure Ph.D. dissertation, University of Hawaii. Published as University of Hawaii Working Papers in Linguistics 5.4.

Mattina, Anthony (1978)
"The Colville Evidence in the Reconstruction of PEIS Vowels," International Conference on Salishan Languages 1357-71.

Mattina, Anthony (1978)
"Parallels between the Colville Transitives and Pseudo-intransitives," Western Conference on Linguistics 8.

Mattina, Anthony (1979)
"Pharyngeal Movement in Colville and Related Phenomena in the Interior Salishan languages," International Journal of American Linguistics 45.17-24.

Mattina, Anthony (1980)
"Imperative formations in Colville-Okanagan and in the other Salishan languages," Glossa 14.212-32.

Mattina, Anthony (1981)
"Colville út," University of Montana Occasional Papers in Linguistics 2.132-142.

Mattina, Anthony (1982)
"The Colville-Okanagan Transitive System," International Journal of American Linguistics 48.421-35.

Mattina, Anthony (1985)
The Golden Woman: the Colville Narrative of Peter J. Seymour. Translated by Anthony Mattina and Madeline deSautel. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.
An annotated and translated version of a five-hour long story.

Mattina, Anthony (1987)
Colville-Okanagan Dictionary. Missoula, Montana: Linguistics Laboratory, University of Montana. (University of Montana Occasional Papers in Linguistics, No. 5).

Mattina, Anthony (1993)
"(V)C2 Reduplication in Colville-Okanagan, with Historical Notes," in Anthony Mattina and Timothy Montler (eds.) American Indian Linguistics and Ethnography in Honor of Laurence C. Thompson (University of Montana Occasional Papers in Linguistics 10) pp. 215-233.

Mattina, Anthony (1993)
"Okanagan Aspect," International Conference on Salishan and Neighboring Languages 28.233-263.

Mattina, Anthony (1994)
"tut and More on Okanagan Transitive Forms," International Conference on Salishan and Neighboring Languages 29.204-231.

Mattina, Anthony (1994)
"Interior Salish to be and intentional Forms," International Conference on Salishan and Neighboring Languages 31.239-248.

Mattina, Anthony (2000)
"Okanagan Sandhi and Morphophonemics," International Conference on Salishan and Neighboring Languages 35.147-158. (University of British Columbia Working Papers in Linguistics Volume 3).

Mattina, Anthony and Clara Jack (1992)
"Colville-Okanagan Kinship Terms," Anthropological Linguistics 34.117-137.

Mattina, Anthony and Sarah Peterson(1997)
"Diminutives in Colville-Okanagan," International Conference on Salishan and Neighboring Languages 32.317-324.

Mattina, Nancy (1995)
"Some Lexical Properties of Colville-Okanagan Ditransitives," International Conference on Salishan and Neighboring Languages 28.265-284.

Mattina, Nancy (1996)
Aspect and Category in Okanagan Word-Formation. Ph. D. dissertation, Simon Fraser University.

O'Brien, Michael (1967)
"A Phonology of Methow," International Conference on Salishan Languages 2.

Pattison, Lois (1978)
Douglas Lake Okanagan: Phonology and Morphology. M. A. thesis, University of British Columbia.

Schumacher, W.W. (1976)
"Unanalyzable Reduplicative Forms in Colville (Salish) and noun Reduplication in Hittite," Folia Orientalia 17.257-8.

Somday, J.B. (1980)
Colville Indian language dictionary. Ed.D. dissertation, University of North Dakota.

Turner, Nancy, Randy Bouchard, and Dorothy Kennedy (1980)
Ethnobotany of the Okanagan-Colville Indians of British Columbia and Washington. Occasional Papers of the British Columbia Provincial Museum, no. 21, Victoria.

Vogt, Hans (1940)
Salishan studies: Comparative notes on Kalispel, Spokan, Colville, and Coeur d'Alene. Skrifter utgitt av Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi, II, Hist.-Filos. Klasse no. 2.

Watkins, Donald (1970)
A description of the phonemes and position classes in the morphology of Head of the Lake Okanagan (Salish). Ph.D. dissertation, University of Alberta.

Watkins, Donald (1974)
"A Boas Original," International Journal of American Linguistics 40.29-43.

Young, Philip (1971)
A Phonology of Okanagan. M.A. thesis, University of Kansas.

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