An Ioway-Otoe text. The non-English text included parenthetically
in Journal of American Folklore XV.58 is Ioway-Otoe.
The Little Missouri of Veniard de Bourgmont. Melburn Thurman's
identification of the Little Missouri of Veniard de Borgmont as the White River (Plains
Anthropologist 22-122:429-447 (1988)) is supported by the similarity of the
Omaha-Ponca name NiN' Uga's^ude for this stream to the Omaha-Ponca name
NiNs^u'de for the
The Michigamea language - both recorded
sentences! While Miami-Illinois is well known to be Algonquian, two sentences
recorded by Jean-Be'nard Bossu and attributed to a Michigamea man in the first case, and a
group of Peoria in the second, seem to be in a language which might be Mississippi
Valley Siouan, possibly an otherwise unattested branch, possibly a form of Dhegiha.
Omaha-Ponca Documentation. I am
working on a grammar of Omaha-Ponca as my dissertation.
Proto-(Mississippi Valley) Siouan Reconstruction, including the
Comparative Siouan Dictionary, and reconstructive work on verbal morphology.
Standard Siouan Fonts. I have
prepared a preliminary set of Siouanist TrueType fonts for use with MS Windows