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In recent years (Vague) a dialect (defined in which manner?) which could be called "Modern Konkow" has come (how?) into limited use by some California native Americans with cultural and familial ties to the old Konkow tribe. (Where is the tribe located?) This dialect is primarily based on the dialect as learned by Mary Jones, one of the last speakers of Old Konkow, who learned the dialect that was spoken in the vicinity of Cherokee, California.

Questions about the article might be more appropriately placed in the Talk page than the article. I've restored the article. The questions are valid, mostly. Mike (talk) 18:24, 3 August 2008 (UTC)

Unwieldy Bibliographic Material[edit]

Someone placed a huge mess of unorganized material into the article, which did it no good. I've pulled this out and placed it here. Still not quite sure what use it is in its current form. Mike (talk) 08:01, 25 December 2009 (UTC)

Bibliographies. Primary sources. Appendix, I,

Finding Aid to the Ethnological Documents of the Department and Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, 1875-1958 Document Overview: The following documents provide FILM 2216

48 Concow Northeastern Maidu field notes. Books XXVII and XXXV. [Note 79], [Note 80] 1935* Creator/Collector: Essene, Frank J., 1908-, compiler. Physical Description: 101 typed pages.

English-gloss of Coastal Konkow narratives; historical narratives transcribed from handwritten journals. Significant portions of these accounts describe unique first-hand accounts. These help clarify areas of historical dispute: i.e. I.E. Did General Star order the 'mercy-killing' of women and children on the 'long walk' or did the government anticipate stragglers and allow them the comfort of a food wagon. In other words, memory of the long walk ("memorialized tramma') tends to overlook minute details of the preparation of the event; state sponsored removal as distinct from 'lawless murder'; this material provides historians (i.e. Western Americana Historians at Yale, "Genocide Studies Program" with primary data.)


Reel 18 18 Nisenan geography: field notes and manuscript. [Note 39] 1928 Creator/Collector: Littlejohn, Hugh W. Physical Description: Includes 39 photographs, 72 manuscript leaves, 117 pages of typed field notes. Reel 18-19 18.1 Geography

Unique manuscripts for comparative Maidu;

Reel 118(3)-121 120 Southern Nisenan ethnographic notes and vocabularies. [Note 157] 1925, 1929

Scanned objects. [ ]


Reel 128(1) 128.8 Northern from Roland B. Dixon, by Scholgen and Schaffer (25 pp.) Reel 128(1) 128.9 Southern from Paul L. Faye (9 pp.)Original with carbon copy. [Correspondence and list of informants.]

Scanned objects. [ ]

Reel 175-181 180 Material for testimony before the California Indian Land Claims Commission. 1954 Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-. Physical Description: 35 typed pages.

Scanned objects. [ ]


Reel 182-186 184 Account of a Maidu Burning Ceremony. [Note 216] 1904 Creator/Collector: Barrett, Samuel A. (Samuel Alfred), 1879-1965. Physical Description: 37 typed pages (carbon). Scope and Content Note Apparently Northwestern Maidu, Butte County.

Scanned objects.

182 Words of Yubum Indians, Feather River, California. circa 1901 * Creator/Collector: Chever, Edward E. Physical Description: 5 pages in longhand. Scope and Content Note Vocabulary list, probably of Northwestern Maidu. Received by Kroeber and deposited in the Museum [the Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology, now the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology] Archives in 1901. [ ]


Scanned objects.

Reel 187-203 194.4 Northern (3 pp.) Obtained during the summer of 1909 at White Rock, Utah.

Scanned objects. [ ]

Reel 187-203 194 Miscellany on California Indian kinship systems for comparative work with A. L. Kroeber. Undated Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-. Physical Description: 30 pages. Reel 187-203 194.1 Southern MAIDU (5 pp.)

Scanned objects. [ ]

Reel 187-203 194.4 Northern (3 pp.) Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-. Physical Description: Notes on moieties. 16 pages.

Scanned objects.

Reel 204(3) * [ ] Scanned objects. Collector not identified. Reel 204(3) 204.26 Concow. Informant: Charles Wright, age 86, on culture hero stories, myths.

Physical Description: 100 pages Note Collector not identified, Covelo. Reel 204(3) 204.27 * Concow. Informant: Austin McLaine, age 81, on creation story, myths Physical Description: 137 pages Note Collector: Frank W. Britton, Covelo. Reel 204(3) 204.28 Concow. Informant: Austin McLaine on myths Physical Description: 79 pages Note Collector: Frank W. Britton, Covelo. Reel 204(3) 204.29 Concow. Informant: Austin McLaine on history, clothing, house, sweathouse, religion, dances, hunting, myths Physical Description: 95 pages Note Collector: Frank W. Britton, Covelo. Reel 204(3) 204.30 Concow. Informants: Annie Feliz, age 60, and Austin McLaine on gambling, games, myths, foot races Physical Description: 134 pages Note Collector: Frank W. Britton, Covelo. Reel 204(3) 204.31 Concow. Informant: Annie Feliz on myths, culture hero stories Physical Description: 102 pages Note Collector: Frank W. Britton, Covelo. Reel 204(3) 204.32 Concow. Informants: Annie Feliz and Austin McLaine on myths, geography, history. Physical Description: 102 pages Note Collector: Frank W. Britton, Covelo. Reel 204(3) 204.33 Concow. Informant: Annie Feliz on customs, myths Physical Description: 47 pages Note Collector: Frank W. Britton, Covelo. Reel 204(3) 204.34 Concow. Informant: Polly Anderson, age 77, on history, customs, culture hero stories, dances, geography, myths, laws, foods Physical Description: 125 pages Note Collector: Eleanor Wilsey, Covelo. Reel 204(3) 204.35 * Concow. Informant: Bob Green, age 95, on myths, tool making, history, puberty rites, beliefs, basket making Physical Description: 41 pages


Reel 182-186 185 The Story of Lishdāhā and the Wonderful House. [Note 217] circa 1905

Reel 187-203 190 Notes on Southern [vocabulary and] geography. 191

Creator/Collector: Brewer, W. A. * Physical Description: 10 pages in longhand pencil. Scope and Content Note A highly embellished, Europeanized version, apparently of a Northwestern Maidu tale, collected by Brewer and sent to Kroeber as a gift. It would seem to have little value or intrinsic authenticity.

Online. 184 Account of a Maidu Burning Ceremony. [Note 216] 1904 Creator/Collector: Barrett, Samuel A. (Samuel Alfred), 1879-1965. Physical Description: 37 typed pages (carbon). Scope and Content Note Apparently Northwestern Maidu County.

Creator/Collector: Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-. Physical Description: Typed notes with manuscript additions in longhand. 624 pages. Reel 214-216 216 Mountain Maidu field notes. 1941


Maidu: [Map of] Territory and Villages of the Maidu and [Sierra] Miwok 1923 reel-frame 102:2, Ctn. 9, folder 56 Maidu: Notebook (205) 1923 reel-frame 102:12, folder 57 Maidu: Notes 1909-10 reel-frame 102:102, folder 58 Maori: Notebook (1105) n.d. reel-frame 121:486, folder 30 Yokuts/Maidu/Moquelumnan [Sierra Miwok]/ Shoshonean: Notebook (63) n.d.

BANC FILM 1022 Collection Summary Collection Title: C. Hart Merriam Papers, Volume 1: Papers Relating to Work with California Indians, Date (inclusive): 1850-1974 Date (bulk): (bulk 1898-1938) Collection Number: Microfilm: BANC FILM 1022 Originals: BANC MSS 80/18 c Creator: Merriam, C. Hart, (Clinton Hart), 1855-1942 Extent: Number of microfilm reels: 142Originals: Number of containers: 21 cartons, 22 boxes, 10 volumes, 1 oversize folderLinear feet: 42.37 Repository: The Bancroft Library Berkeley, California 94720-6000 List taken from Robert F. Heizer, Languages, Territories and Names of California Indians.University of California Press,1966,(pp. 37-47).

reel 5 R/17a-17c/N1 ENNESEN Tribes and Villages.

reel 6 U/20a/N1 MITCHOPDO (Midoo) Villages. Additional Note 3 pages.

MIDOO Villages (of Ti'-mahor foothills tribe) just east of territory of Mitchopdo  

Additional Note (given by Mitchopdo informant). 1 page.

MIDOO Tribes, Bands and Villages.  

Additional Note 4 versions: one of 16 pages; one of 24 pages; one of 39 pages; one of 54 pages.

U/20a/N2 MIDOO: Mitchopdo names for rancherias of related tribes on Feather River.  

Additional Note 1 page.

U/20h/N3 YUBA RIVER: Northern Midu Rancherias.  
U/20n/N4 NO-TO'-MUS'-SE (band or subtribe of Nissenan or Southern Division of Midoo Stock) Rancherias.  

Additional Note 1 page.

Reel 9 MIDOO STOCK:

G/6d/G24 O-kwahn'-noo-choo  

Reel 11 MIDOO STOCK:

U/20a-o/G45 Midoo Stock  

reel 19 MIDOO STOCK:

U/20a-o/E38 Midoo (general)  
Northern Division  
U/20a/E39 Mitchopodo  
U/20b/E40 No'-to-koi'-yu  
Central Division  
U/20f-i/E41 Central Division  
Southern Division or Nissenan  
U/20j-o/E42 Southern Division or Nissenan (general)  
U/20l/E43 Nis'-sim pa'-we-nan  
U/20n/E44 No-to'-mus'-se  

• U. Midoo Stock • Northern Division • 20a. Mitchopdo • 20b. No'-to-koi-yu • 20c. Sa-ap-kahn-ko band • 20e. Oso'-ko band • Central Division • 20f. Kon'-kow or Ti'-mah (Concow) • 20g. Tahn'-kum • 20h. Kow'-wahk • 20i. Kum-mo'-win • Southern Division or Nissenan • 20j. To-sim' -me-nan • 20k. Ho'-mah band • 20l. Nis'-sim Pa'-we-nan • 20m. Nis'-se-nan • 20n. No-to'-mus'-se band • 20o. Es'-to Nis' e-nan band.

reel 57 MIDOO STOCK:

Northern Division  
U/20a/NH74 Me-ch■p'-dah  

Locality: Chico, Butte Co., Calif. Date: June 8, 1903; Nov. 20-21, 1919; May 1923.

U/20b/NH75 No'-to-koi'-yo  

Locality: Now Lake Almanor, Big Meadows, Plumas Co., Calif. Date: Sept. 1903; Aug. 1925; 1926.

No'-to-koi'-yo  

Locality: American Valley, Plumas Co., Calif. Date: Oct. 1, 1906; Big Meadows Aug. 1925.

Central Division:  
U/20g/NH76 Tahn'-kum  

Locality: Stanfield & head of Honcut Creek, Calif. Date: Oct. 16, 1928; Oct. 31 & Nov. 1, 1928.

U/20h/NH77 Kow'-wahk  

Locality: French Corral & Nevada City, Calif. Date: Sept. 27-28, 1928 (French Corral); Nov. 11 & 12, 1928 (Nevada City).

U/20i/NH78 Kum-mo'-win  

Locality: Mooretown, Middle Fork Feather River, Calif. Date: Sept. 1924.

Kum-mo'-win  

Locality: Mooretown, Enterprise, & Bald Rock, Calif. Date: Sept. 1924; Oct. 1928; July 1930.

Southern Division or Nissenan

U/20m/NH79 Ne'-se-non or Nis'-se-nan or Ti'-nan (2 copies)  

Locality: Cosumnes River (with supplementary names from Gold Hill), Calif. Date: Oct. 1903; Dec. 1904.

Ne'-se-non  

Locality: North Fork American River, Calif. Date: Sept. 1902.

U/20n/NH80 No-to'-mus-se  

Locality: Lower American River (north side, 9 miles above its mouth), Calif. Date: Nov. 27, 1905.

U/20o/NH81 Es'-tom nis'-se-nan  

Locality: Middle Cosumnes-Deer Creek region, Calif. Date; July 1 & 2 & 21, 1936. Additional Note

(From Mrs. Ida Starkey)


Locality: McCloud & Upper Sacramento rivers, Calif. Date: 1903; 1919; 1922; 1928; 1931. reel 40 T/19c/V68 Nor'-rel-muk Locality: Hay Fork, Trinity Co., Calif. Date: 1921; 1922. Additional Note (from Kate Luckie, etc.)

Nom-lak-ke or Central Division  

Ctn. 8 T/19f/V69 Nom-lik-kah (Nom'-lak-ke) Locality: Upper Thomas Creek, Tehama Co., Calif. Date: 1919.

Southern Division (Patwin)  
T/19l/V70 Choo-hel'-mem-shel  

Locality: Ladoga-Sites region, Colusa Co., Calif. Date: 1923; 1924; 1927; 1928.

T/19m/V71 Chen'-po-sel win  

Locality: Long Valley, Lake Co., Calif. Date: 1906; 1907. Additional Note

(from Anton Taylor [Hool'-pi])

 MIDOO STOCK:  
Northern Division  
U/20a/V77 Mitchopdo  

Locality: Chico region, Butte Co., Calif. Date: 1903; 1919; 1923.

U/20b/V78 No'-to-koi'-yu  

Locality: Plumas Co., Calif. Date: 1906.

U/20b/V79 No'-to-koi'-yu  

Locality: Big Meadows, Plumas Co., Calif. Date: 1903; 1925; 1926.

Additional Note (from Mrs. Polly Jackson)


Central Division  
U/20g/V80 Tahn'-kum  

Locality: S. Honcut Creek & Stanfield Hill, Brownsville area, Yuba Co., Calif. Date: 1928. Additional Note (from Mrs. William Hughes & Henry Thompson)


Appendix, C Leanda Gahegan Reference Archivist, 301.238.1321.

National Anthropological Archives, 301.238.1300. Manuscript inquiry .301.238.1321

NAA MS 646-a, NAA MS 646-b, NAA MS 646-c, NAA MS 646-d, NAA MS 646-e ,NAA MS 646-f, NAA MS 646-g. Contacted Leana Gahegan.

1.         NAA MS 646-a 

Words, sentences and texts from the language of the Otakimme or Indians of Chico, California August-September 1877

2.         NAA MS 646-b 

Linguistic material 1877

3.         NAA MS 646-c 

Supplementary Maidu vocabulary and sentences

4.         NAA MS 646-d 

Partial copy by A.S. Gatschet of Diehl's vocabulary, and original vocabulary by Diehl

5.         NAA MS 646-e 

Language (Dialect ?) of Indians on Feather and Yuba Rivers, Cal

6.         NAA MS 646-f 

Vocabulary of Feather and Yuba Rivers, Sutter and Yuba Counties, Calif.

NAA MS 4971(Notes on the Manners and Customs, Beliefs and Superstitions of Soo-Boo' -Soo's Band of the Maydoo Indians, Formerly inhabiting Yuba, and parts of adjoining counties, in California 1884)

1. NAA MS 4569-c Vocabulary of "Miduan tribes"

2.         NAA MS 457 

Terms for days and months

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