OLAC Record

Title:caa worak (deer story)
Documentation of Hoocąk
Hoocąk Language Center
Contributor (annotator):Iren Hartmann
Contributor (researcher):Iren Hartmann
Coverage:United States
Description:no further information available
The overall goal of the project is the documentation and preservation of the Hoocąk language. The project therefore includes the following sub-projects: (1) (audio- and video-)recording, analysing, processing and archiving a representative corpus of Hoocąk texts, (2) linguistic analysis and representation of texts that have previously been recorded by other linguists or anthropologists, (3) development of a comprehensive and linguistically consistent lexicon, (4) training of Hoocąk language instructors, (5) development of teaching material (6) further analyses (e.g. investigation of dialectal differences among Wisconsin and Nebraska Hoocąks)
This is a story about deer spirits on a sacred hill near Black River Falls.
Hoocąk was the dominant language in this session, English words and phrases are used only sporadically.
IH's first language is German. She is fluent in English and has good knowledge of Hoocąk.
MS23 was the first director of the language center 1993 and was open to linguistic support offered by Johannes Helmbrecht 1996. He then left the center and had nothing do do with it until 2006 when he was employed as cultural instructor. MS23 is a fluent speaker of Hoocąk, although he did not acquire this language as his mother tongue. He has good knowledge of old words and traditional terms. MS23 is in his 70s. As an elder and a traditionalist he is highly respected by tribal members.
In order to preserve and revitalize the Hoocąk language and culture, the Hoocąk Language Division was founded in 1993.
MS4 is our main consultant and a highly respected elder and Hoocąk speaker. He worked for the movie industry (Hollywood) for 40 years as an actor. MS4 appears in several recordings.
this file contains the original representation (as annotated in PRAAT), the text (using the Erfurt orthography), the morphemic gloss and the translation
no references
Publisher:Johannes Helmbrecht
Regensburg University
deer spirits
Ho-Chunk language
English language
Subject (ISO639):win


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Citation: Iren Hartmann (annotator); MS23; Iren Hartmann (researcher); Hoocąk Language Center; MS4. 2005-09. Johannes Helmbrecht.
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