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ISO 639-3: mik

The combined catalog of all OLAC participants contains the following resources that are relevant to this language:

Other known names and dialect names: Hitchiti, Miccosukee, Mikasuki Seminole

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Primary texts

  1. [Hitchiti field notebook]. Haas, Mary R. (researcher); Haney, Willie (consultant). [[undated]]. California Language Archive. oai:cla.berkeley.edu:Haas.038
  2. Continuation of the elicitation of phrases. Jumper, Joseph (consultant); Sturtevant, William (researcher). 1951. California Language Archive. oai:cla.berkeley.edu:LA 15.001
  3. Elicitation of phrases, including 'How are you feeling?', 'How much is it?', etc.. Sturtevant, William (researcher); Jumper, Joseph (consultant). 1951. California Language Archive. oai:cla.berkeley.edu:LA 15.002
  4. Alabama-English. Swanton, John Reed (researcher); Sylestine, Harden (consultant); Gatschet, Albert S. (researcher); Postoak, Taylor (consultant); Coachman, Chas. (consultant). [Undated (original before 1882)]. California Language Archive. oai:cla.berkeley.edu:Swanton.001
  5. ONLINEMikasuki Genesis Translation. Wycliffe Bible Translators. 1985. The Rosetta Project: A Long Now Foundation Library of Human Language. oai:rosettaproject.org:rosettaproject_mik_gen-1

Lexical resources

  1. Alabama-English. Swanton, John Reed (researcher); Sylestine, Harden (consultant); Gatschet, Albert S. (researcher); Postoak, Taylor (consultant); Coachman, Chas. (consultant). [Undated (original before 1882)]. California Language Archive. oai:cla.berkeley.edu:Swanton.001

Language descriptions

  1. Alabama-English. Swanton, John Reed (researcher); Sylestine, Harden (consultant); Gatschet, Albert S. (researcher); Postoak, Taylor (consultant); Coachman, Chas. (consultant). [Undated (original before 1882)]. California Language Archive. oai:cla.berkeley.edu:Swanton.001
  2. ONLINEGlottolog 2.3 Resources for Mikasuki. n.a. 2014. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:glottolog.org:mika1239
  3. A guide to the Miccosukee language. Smith, Nellie; West, David. 1978. Miccosukee Corporation. oai:sil.org:2337
  4. Mikasuki dualism. Prost, Gilbert. [1997]. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:55704
  5. ONLINEWALS Online Resources for Mikasuki. n.a. 2008. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:wals.info:mki

Other resources about the language

  1. ONLINEMikasuki Grammar in Outline. Boynton, Sylvia S. 1982. WALS Online RefDB. oai:refdb.wals.info:2193
  2. ONLINEMikasuki: a language of United States. n.a. 2013. SIL International. oai:ethnologue.com:mik
  3. Mikasuki verb prefixes. West, David. 1974. Work Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, University of North Dakota Session. oai:sil.org:40209
  4. The structure of Mikasuki selfhood. Prost, Gilbert R. 1996. University of Kansas. oai:sil.org:619
  5. The liberal arts, language and transcendence. Prost, Gilbert R. 2002. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. oai:sil.org:927
  6. The phonology of Mikasuki. West, David. 1962. Studies in Linguistics. oai:sil.org:2638
  7. Number in the Mikasuki verb stem. West, David. 1974. Work Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, University of North Dakota Session. oai:sil.org:40059
  8. [Miscellaneous Creek notes]. Haas, Mary R. (researcher). [[undated]]. California Language Archive. oai:cla.berkeley.edu:Haas.040
  9. ONLINEMikasuki Detailed Description. Mithun, Marianne. 1999. Cambridge University Press. oai:rosettaproject.org:rosettaproject_mik_detail-1

Other known names and dialect names: Hitchiti, Miccosukee, Mikasuki Seminole

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