OLAC Record

Title:Jim Funmaker
Documentation of Hoocąk
Iren Hartmann
Contributor (recorder):Nils Jahn
Coverage:United States
Description:This story was recorded in March 2004. The story was recorded indoors.
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 narration in Hoocąk. Some sentences at the beginning of the story are in English. MS17 tells about the history of Hoocąk and MS17’s family. MS17 tells about his father and how the white man came and took MS17’s father to Nebraska.
The narration is in Hoocąk. Some sentences at the beginning of the story are in English.
The actors knew each other before the recording.
NJ's first language is German. He is also fluent in English and has very little knowledge of Hoocąk. He left the documentation project in Jan. 2007.
MS17 is fluent in Hoocąk and English.
IH's first language is German. She is fluent in English and has good knowledge of Hoocąk.
This recording was recorded in Feb. 2004.
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
personal story
Ho-Chunk language
English language
Subject (ISO639):win


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Citation: Nils Jahn (recorder); MS17; Iren Hartmann. 2004-03. Johannes Helmbrecht.
Terms: area_Americas area_Europe country_GB country_US iso639_eng iso639_win

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Country: United KingdomUnited States
Area: AmericasEurope

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