The Northwest

  • Laurence C. Thompson

Abstract

The story of linguistic research in the Northwest is a complex and varied one.1 Inextricably intertwined with the rich and varied cultures of the indigenous peoples who speak those languages, it has drawn fascinated field researchers from all over the world, and it promises to yield yet untold riches in the variety of human expression and the ways human beings systematize the natural and supernatural phenomena of their universe and their reactions and attitudes in response to them. Not surprisingly, the linguists who have attempted to record and study these tongues have usually been to greater or lesser extent also anthropologists — interested as well in the cultural relationships, and concerned about the fate of those earlier Americans.

Keywords

Kinship Term Northwest Coast Word Taboo Linguistic Material Vowel Harmony 
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