Carolyn Quintero Collection

Languages Represented: The collection materials are in Apinayé, Assiniboine, Ayacucho Queshua, Biloxi, Borôro, Cherokee, Choctaw, Crow, Dakota, Euchee (Yuchi), French, German, Hidatsa, Ho-chunk, Huautla Mazatec, Iowa-Oto, Isthmus Zapotec, Italian, Kansa (Kaw), Lakota, Latin, Mandan, Maxakalí, Ofo, Omaha, Osage, Ponca, Plains Apache, Portuguese, Quapaw, Seneca, Spanish, Stoney, Tutelo and English.

Collection Date Range: 1882 - 2002

Creators: Carolyn Quintero

Extent: 1,267 items

Abstract: The largest modern collection of materials documenting the Osage language. The collection includes the original field notes, correspondences and works of the late Carolyn Quintero, in addition to stories, historical narratives, songs, language classes, conversations, interviews and manuscripts concerning the Dhegiha language family.

Acquisition Information: These records came to the Sam Noble Museum in 2009 and were deposited by Gordon Leaman, Marcos Quintero and Anna Quintero Murdic. Additional records are to be added. 

Access Restrictions: The records are open to research, though some restrictions on individual items apply. Contact the NALC at 405-325-3332 or language.samnoblemuseum@ou.edu.

Cite As: [item], [catalog number], Carolyn Quintero Collection, Sam Noble Museum Department of Native American Languages.

Collection Scope and Contents: The Carolyn Quintero Collection is the world’s largest modern collection of the Osage language, a member of the Dhegihan branch of the Siouan language family. The collection provides deep insight into the life’s work of the late Carolyn Quintero, a researcher who studied Osage throughout her life.

Carolyn Quintero grew up in Hominy, Oklahoma, hearing Osage spoken in the homes of her childhood friends. She received her BA from the University of Oklahoma in French, and a Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. In 1983, Quintero opened Interlingua, Inc., a language translation service stationed in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

While the Osage Nation Language Department currently is an active program that is producing young speakers, Quintero worked with the last fluent first language speakers. She helped lead community language classes in the 1990’s with Frances Oberly Holding of Hominy, her primary consultant. She also worked with Hazel Harper, LeRoy Logan, Mary Standing Bear, Preston Morrell, Myrtle Oberly Jones, Margaret Red Eagle Iron, Edward Red Eagle, Sr., Jo Ann Shunkamolah Alred and Laura Shannon. Quintero is the author of “A First Course in Osage,” “Osage Grammar” and “Osage Dictionary,” which drew on the work of Bob Bristow. She was an Affiliated Research Associate at the Sam Noble Museum until her death in June 2008.

The Carolyn Quintero Collection contains more than 40 manuscript boxes of unpublished (primarily Osage) materials. In addition to her notes, the manuscripts include:

  • The field notebooks of Robert Bristow, an amateur linguist who worked on Osage for many years and collaborated with Quintero before his death in 1988
  • Copies of the James Owen Dorsey Osage materials from the National Anthropological Archives and the Jesuit archives from St. Louis University.

The collection also contains reel-to-reels and a film from the 1980s, in addition to more than 100 audiocassette recordings of Osage, including stories, historical narratives, songs, language classes, conversations, interviews and Quintero’s dictionary work from the 1990s.

In processing this collection, catalog numbers were issued sequentially to all file folders and media, maintaining the collector’s original order. Print-based objects appear first in the Contents Listing, followed by audio-visual materials. During the cataloging process, some file folders were found to simply contain missing pages or pieces from other folders. The NAL staff made the conscious decision to relocate the found materials with their known counterparts, thereby leaving some catalog numbers obsolete and removed from the inventory. This explains any missing catalog numbers from the Contents Listing section below.

Catalog #Title
CQU-001Osage > English vocabulary (Item 268) W, X, /y/, Y, Z
CQU-002Osage sociology papers and history from Saucy Chief
CQU-003Osage linguistic, sociologic and ethnologic materialNote on Kansa and Osage sociolog
CQU-004Kansa and Osage dictionary slips, prepared from the vocabularies of A.W. Stubbs, Dr. Murray and others
CQU-005Note on Kansa and Osage sociology
CQU-006Comparative list of color names in Osage, Kansa and Ponca
CQU-007The article system of Umo Ho (Omaha)
CQU-008Osage > English vocabulary M, N
CQU-009Osage > English vocabulary P
CQU-010Osage > English vocabulary J, K, L
CQU-011Osage > English vocabulary Q, S
CQU-012Osage > English vocabulary T
CQU-013Osage > English vocabulary U
CQU-014Osage > English vocabulary C, D, E
CQU-015Osage > English vocabulary A
CQU-016Osage > English vocabulary B, C
CQU-017Osage > English vocabulary H
CQU-018Osage > English vocabulary I
CQU-019Osage phrases
CQU-020Osage traditions
CQU-021Osage census lists
CQU-022German-Osage vocabulary, copied from Maximillian of Weid
CQU-023Copy of Dorsey of Murray's Osage vocabulary from J.S. Vater, Analekten, Leipzig, 1821 + copy with Osage equivilents as recorded by Dorsey
CQU-024Osage vocabulary
CQU-025Material on Osage personal names, including printed ration lists with names of heads of families at Osage Agency, Ind. Ter., 187-, and translations of personal names from the Osage census schedules, 1880.
CQU-026Draft outline of JOD's “A grammar and dict(ionary) of the Ponka Language, prepared by the Reverend J. Owen Dorsey, formerly missionary under the Indian Commission of the Protestant Episcopal Church”
CQU-027Field notes of Osage phrases identified by Aunt Mary Standing Bear on February 3, 1983.
CQU-028Field notes of Osage phrases identified by Aunt Mary Standing Bear, February 10, 1983
CQU-029Field notes of Osage phrases identified by Aunt Mary Standing Bear, February 17, 1983.
CQU-030Transcription of Harry Red Eagle, Sr. 1965 speech
CQU-031Re: fonts Wed.
CQU-032Búsqueda de caracteres con acentos u otros signos ortográficos
CQU-033Shannon West's font
CQU-034Helping to save the language
CQU-035Eschenberg
CQU-036Certificate of registration: Osage language teacher's manual
CQU-037Letter to Carolyn Quintero from Ray Carter
CQU-038Dorsey - Myths, letters, item 263, The devouring mountain and the raccoon and the craw-fish
CQU-039Dorsey - Myths, letters, item 263, The wolf and the fawn, and the wolf and the buffalo
CQU-040Dhegiha language papers of James Owen Dorsey in the Smithsonian Institution c. 1870 - 1890
CQU-041Omaha-Ponca < Dorsey
CQU-042Dorsey - Key orthography
CQU-043JOD index from Justin McBride
CQU-044Dorsey key for Osage
CQU-045Mandan authenticity and endangerment: a report on the Mandan language and oral traditions preservation project
CQU-046Osage verbs
CQU-047Lost art: saving the Osage language
CQU-048Preserving the past: woman works to save Osage language, put out dictionary
CQU-049“Oklahoma Today.” Collector's issue, May-June 1994, volume 44, number 3
CQU-050Preserving the Osage heritage; Native studies program spreads the word but Indian community must use the language actively; Language of Cherokees still gets wide usage
CQU-051The language of life
CQU-052Languages: When the last speakers go, they take with them their history and culture
CQU-053Language translation business in demand
CQU-054Speaking in tongues
CQU-055Breaking through barriers; Preserving a native tongue
CQU-056State firms take on language of trade: interpreters in demand in export business
CQU-057Osage | Spanish
CQU-058RE: A metaphorical suggestion and meeting times
CQU-059Translations can make, break international deal
CQU-060Contestacion de J. Sequra z Xose Castro
CQU-061FLEFO: Lifeline for translators
CQU-062FLEFO Terminology and research resources
CQU-063FLEFO Continuing education: cyberspace workshops and translator education
CQU-064Multilingual dictionaries on CD-ROM in PDF
CQU-065NCTA Translorial, November, 1998, pages 9-12, 21-22
CQU-066Language resources on the World Wide Web
CQU-067Using “european characters” in e-mail on the ARCHES system
CQU-068Accented characters
CQU-069Shortcuts for Windows and other programs
CQU-070Formatted text and email
CQU-071Using the Windows character map
CQU-072For web page makers
CQU-073Siouan font
CQU-074Symbol sets and rattlesnake
CQU-075Siouanist true type fonts
CQU-076Lists of phonemes
CQU-077Running man tells stories
CQU-078OU battles loss of Indian languages with classes
CQU-079Plains Apaches rush to preserve language of past
CQU-080Lost languages threaten tribal cultures: descendants strive to restore Native tongues; Ponca women's group tackles task of renewing language interest
CQU-081Osage teacher's manual
CQU-082Osage language stays alive
CQU-083Preserving the say of their people; Tulsa school courses offer new links to old cultures; Fate of many Indian tongues rests with a few tribal elders
CQU-084Lost art: saving the Osage language
CQU-085Museum “invaluable” to promoting, retaining Osage culture, tradition
CQU-086Handwritten Cherokee census notes
CQU-087True type font limits in Windows 95/98/Me (Q131943)
CQU-088WD2000: Some fonts not listed in font box when you use the find or replace commands (Q212192)
CQU-089Select diacritics or ligated characters
CQU-090WD2000: General info on international and multilingual features
CQU-091Translation and copyright
CQU-092Domestic return receipt
CQU-093Translating legalese can be tricky! (Some pitfalls in legal translation)
CQU-094Carolyn Quintero interview (conducted by phone 4/29/97)
CQU-095Excavation of an Oklahoma treasure
CQU-096Osage texts. The devouring mountain.
CQU-097The devouring mountain
CQU-098Dorsey myths - The devouring mountain
CQU-099The raccoons and the craw-fish. Told by Paha le-gaqli.
CQU-100The devouring mountain
CQU-101The wolf and the fawn
CQU-102The wolf and the fawn
CQU-103The wolf and the buffalo
CQU-104The wolf and the buffalo
CQU-105Translators on the net
CQU-106Bolsas de trabajo en la Internet
CQU-107Internet resources: Guidelines for finding reliable information online
CQU-108Interpretation/translation links
CQU-109Myconduit.com
CQU-110Proteus, Vol X, No 2, Spring, 2001
CQU-111Proteus, Vol VIII, No 3, Summer, 2000
CQU-112Talk for engineering society
CQU-113Semantic change: Brief notes
CQU-114Translation and quality, putting your best foot forward internationally, with language
CQU-115Informal observations on presentations for foreign visitors
CQU-116Letter to David Dobbs, Parker Drilling Company of Oklahoma, from Dr. Enrique Palacios Pareja
CQU-117Reproduction of index card slips from unpublished lexicon on Osage
CQU-118Letter from Kelly A. Maldonado seeking free lance employment for English-Spanish translation
CQU-119Curriculum Vitae from Odilon Louzada
CQU-120Letter from Ernest O'Dell seeking free lance employment for English-Spanish translation
CQU-121Series of drafts of English/Spanish flyers and pamphlets from Bruce Fields, Labor Relations Institute
CQU-122Osage Texts A. Myths, The Devouring Mountain and The Wolf and the Fawn; B. Osage letters, Wasspe-cinka to Prudy Eagle-feather, Carlisle, Pa., and Wacuce to Louis Big-horse, Carlisle, Pa.
CQU-123Usual keyboard macros
CQU-124Can you help with keystrokes?; Osage keyboard commands went away
CQU-125Levels of linguistic proficiency
CQU-126Translating legalese can be tricky! Some pitfalls in legal translation
CQU-127Translation and quality control: The Tulsa advantage
CQU-128What is translation vs. interpreting?
CQU-129Top 10 errors in internationalization
CQU-130International English: Making a case for efficient and clear communication
CQU-131Writing for a global audience
CQU-132Your mission: Client education
CQU-133Tips for writing globally
CQU-134Educating interpreters: The role of reflection in training
CQU-135Miss Interpreter speaks
CQU-136Terminology management in the software industry
CQU-137Do's and don't's of talking to foreign visitors and transmittal letter to Celeste
CQU-138Chamber talk 2001
CQU-139Oklahoma international trade bulletin, November 2000
CQU-140Indian tribes struggle to preserve the language; elders help to ensure it survives
CQU-141Speak, cultural memory: A dead-language debate
CQU-142Talk-OS-BLDR-01 Osage language
CQU-143Language use categories
CQU-144Aboriginal languages nearing extinction: expert: Canada's loss of “precious jewels of its cultural heritage” called “ecological” disaster to rival that of any in the world
CQU-145Preserving endangered languages
CQU-146Cond/mydo/chronicle-osage
CQU-147C:Ncdtree/Mydo/osage talk Calif.doc
CQU-148Gender shape issues
CQU-149Osage grammar
CQU-150Fourth annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium: Sharing effective language renewal practices
CQU-151Untitled, handwritten notes
CQU-152Commonality among languages
CQU-153Osage historical population and locations
CQU-154Notes from Carolyn Quintero to JA regarding projects
CQU-155Osage history
CQU-156The dance; White hair memorial; Did you know
CQU-157Osage language and people
CQU-158Osage language project
CQU-159CQ talk for Thurs, Preston - Greg Bigler Conference; Carolyn Quintero, Inter Lingua, Inc., Tulsa, OK, Osage grammar and Osage dictionary: How a linguist works in a language community to map an unknown language
CQU-160Osage grammar notes
CQU-161The Verbal Complex in Osage, Carolyn Platter Quintero and Robert Bristow, Conference of Native American Studies, May 13-15, 1983, Stillwater, OK; Osage Verbal Morphology; Methodology; Orthography
CQU-162atatlkex.doc
CQU-163How does a translator document a language in danger of extinction?
CQU-164Presentation notes for the American Translators Association 39th Annual Conference, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, 1998
CQU-165How Naqðe-cape was eaten by his grandmother
CQU-166How Naqðe-cape was eaten by his grandmother
CQU-167Series of prayers transcribed by Robert Bristow
CQU-168Three Osage prayers - Edited by Carolyn Quintero - 1995
CQU-169Lottie Pratt class notes, May 1986
CQU-170Prayer before a meal, Myrtle Jones, 1976
CQU-171Week 3, Osage class, Carolyn Quintero, Oct. 23, 1996 - analysis of prayer forms.
CQU-172Grace for a meal
CQU-173Wasape-cifika to Prudy Eagle-feather, Carlisle, Pa.
CQU-174Wasape žįka to Prudy Eagle-feather, Carlisle, Pa.
CQU-175Wacuce to Louis-Big-horse, Carlisle, Pa.
CQU-176Wacuce to Louis-Big-horse, Carlisle, Pa.
CQU-177Sifika-kacaⁿsi and her suitors
CQU-178Prayer transcription
CQU-179Prayer transcription, Lines 584-670
CQU-180Closing prayer
CQU-181Prayer transcription
CQU-182Closing prayer
CQU-183Prayer for an Osage class
CQU-184Prayer for an Osage class
CQU-185V-V and VCV vowel sequence charts
CQU-186Notes on O + verb transitivity and passivization
CQU-187The search for morpho-lexical rules in Osage
CQU-188Field notes, February 17, 1984
CQU-189Verb inflection charts based on Robert Rankin's research
CQU-190Email from Talee Redcorn regarding his Osage name
CQU-191Notes on an Osage language class, February 4, 2002
CQU-192Letter from Carolyn Quintero to Harry Red Eagle Jr. regarding Osage language
CQU-193Osage traditions
CQU-194OS-Redcorn
CQU-195My older brother, Buddy, to'ta asked me to speak for him
CQU-196Reduplication in Siouan-Catawban
CQU-197Entry listen tape
CQU-198Wear, as earrings, warm clothes, coat, shawl
CQU-199118 earrings & rings
CQU-200Old [striped] blanket, I'll bind it and it will be like new
CQU-201OS-temp-LISTEN101405
CQU-202Siouan and Caddoan linguistics conference - 2005 - Kaw Nation of Oklahoma
CQU-203Siouan and Caddoan linguistics conference - 2005 - Kaw Nation of Oklahoma - ABSTRACTS
CQU-204Configurationality, VP, and the syntactic status of the pronominal prefixes in Hidatsa - Some ideas for field work
CQU-205Serial verbs in Lakota (Siouan)
CQU-206Pitch accent on Osage verbs
CQU-207Life after Death: A bright future for the extinct Kanza language
CQU-208Rankin - James Owen Dorsey (1848-1895)
CQU-209Vocab JOD Squirrel and her suitors
CQU-210Transcription and interpretation of James Owen Dorsey, the raccoons and the craw-fish
CQU-211Sources: further research; Quintero. Osage Grammar.
CQU-212Notes and drawings on Osage ceremonial dance drum
CQU-213Notes and drawings on Osage men's and women's dance clothes
CQU-214Osage words explained in The Osages by John Joseph Mathews
CQU-215Re: Lonnie Burnett
CQU-216Notes on subject markers in Osage
CQU-217Notes on Gerard Blackbird and John Stink
CQU-218Notes with various terms translated into Osage
CQU-219Translation of Matthew 25:35 into Osage
CQU-220Notes on Osage verbs
CQU-221Mary Standing Bear, 19 October 1982 (0-810), Tape 3 Side 2
CQU-222Tape 2, MSB, July 8, 1982
CQU-223Tape 2, Side 2, June 1982, Mary Standing Bear, consonants and Ss
CQU-224Cassette MSB 9/3/82, Side A
CQU-225Distributive hypothesis for pa - pe - kxa
CQU-226Distribution thru time - trogressive PA vs past Pe
CQU-227Tape 1, Side 2, MSB, 7/8/82, sounds and sentences (to 471)
CQU-228Email correspondence from Neil Katara to Carolyn Quintero regarding mono to stereo audio conversion
CQU-229Digital audio conversion notes
CQU-230Re: Osage tapes
CQU-231Raccoons and crawfish vocabulary
CQU-232Raccoons and crawfish transcription
CQU-233The raccoons and the craw-fish
CQU-234Notes on Dorsey's manuscript 'Grammar...of the Ponka language' BAE No. 1523 (May 1926)
CQU-235Crow flag song
CQU-236Siouan and Caddoan linguistics conference schedule
CQU-237Protocol and the language data life-cycle at ELAR
CQU-238A declaration of sovereignty and independence by the people of the Osage nation
CQU-239Osage letters, words, and phrases
CQU-240Osage vocabulary
CQU-241Notes regarding Osage dictionary
CQU-242Notes regarding Osage dictionary
CQU-243Electronic mail regarding long vowels in Osage
CQU-244Winnebago grammar
CQU-245Notes for Osage dictionary regarding objects
CQU-246Notes on Winnebago pronouns
CQU-247Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #19: Frances Holding, July 3, 1986
CQU-248Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #19a: Frances Holding, July 3, 1986
CQU-249Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #19b: Frances Holding, July 3, 1986
CQU-250Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #3a: Mary Standing Bear and Carolyn Quintero, 10/21/1982
CQU-251Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #3b: Mary Standing Bear and Carolyn Quintero, 10/21/1982
CQU-252Notes from a meeting with Margaret Red Eagle Iron, 4/27/1994
CQU-253Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #14a
CQU-254Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #14b
CQU-255Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #11a: Mary Standing Bear, Robert Bristow, and Carolyn Quintero, 2/04/1983
CQU-256Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #11b: Mary Standing Bear, Robert Bristow, and Carolyn Quintero, 2/04/1983
CQU-257Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #11: Mary Standing Bear, Robert Bristow, and Carolyn Quintero, 2/04/1983
CQU-258Outline of a talk given about the Osage language
CQU-259Sovereignty Symposium X Conference brochure
CQU-260Apuntes spanish language newsletter
CQU-261Humor and translation
CQU-262Reflections on ingenuity
CQU-263Micata Monitor newsletter excerpt
CQU-264The function of the post-nominal element ki-k'uŋ in Lakota
CQU-265Notes on the function of the post-nominal element ki-k'uŋ in Lakota
CQU-266Electronic mail regarding P1p forms in Omaha
CQU-267Electronic mail regarding Praat and Sound Forge
CQU-268Electronic mail regarding Praat use
CQU-269Electronic mail regarding phonetic analysis tools
CQU-270Notes on Osage language audio recordings #47 and #48: Leroy Logan
CQU-271Notes on Dhegiha positionals and semantic and syntactic properties
CQU-272Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #47a: Leroy Logan, 4/14/1994
CQU-273Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #47a: Leroy Logan, 4/14/1994, with annotations by Frances Holding, 12/15/1993
CQU-274Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #47b: Leroy Logan, 1985
CQU-275Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #47b: Leroy Logan, 1985, with English translation
CQU-276Letter to Carolyn Quintero from Kathy, niece of Parrish Williams
CQU-277Ponca drum speech notes
CQU-278Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #68
CQU-279Transcription of Harry Red Eagle, Sr. at 1965 Ilǫǫška
CQU-280Notes on eight types of translation technology article
CQU-281Eight types of translation technology
CQU-282Humor and translation: Caveat emptor
CQU-283Portion of an email correspondence listing translation blunders
CQU-284Humor and translation: But it sold like hotcakes in...
CQU-285Humor and translation: But it sold like hotcakes in...
CQU-286Notes on significant differences in worldview of Osage language speakers compared to English speakers
CQU-287General overview of Quintero's work on the Osage language
CQU-288Indian languages facing extinction
CQU-289Osage language publication dedication to Frances Oberly Holding
CQU-290Handout for dissertation defense: "Osage Grammar"
CQU-291Carolyn Quintero presentation notes
CQU-292Carolyn Quintero's presentation notes for a talk given to the New York Circle of Translators, March 14, 1996
CQU-293Carolyn Quintero's presentation handout for a talk given to the New York Circle of Translators, March 14, 1996
CQU-294Osage sound chart
CQU-295Osage words to Kumbayá
CQU-2961st Wedding prayer
CQU-2972nd Wedding prayer
CQU-298Osage greeting
CQU-299Osage greeting
CQU-300Osage greeting for Native Language Use Conference, 1996
CQU-301Blessing for someone who is going away and then returning
CQU-302Transcription of Tape No. 46 interview with Preston Morrell
CQU-303Osage language lesson 6
CQU-304Osage language lesson 7
CQU-305Just a closer walk with thee
CQU-306Notes on meetings with Frances Holding
CQU-307Transcription of tape No. 65-A
CQU-308Transcription of tape No. 64
CQU-309Invoice for Osage language services to Priscilla Hokiahse Iba
CQU-310Notes on conversation with Mary Iron
CQU-311Transcription of conversation with Margaret Red Eagle Iron
CQU-312Transcription of prayer by Ed Red Eagle, Sr.
CQU-313Transcription of second prayer by Ed Red Eagle, Sr.
CQU-314Transcription notes on tape No. 58
CQU-315My friends the Osages
CQU-316Notes comparing Leahy's Osage alphabet and Siouan IPA
CQU-317Osage medicine ancestral herbs and the illnesses that they treat
CQU-318Notes on Osage personal and clan names
CQU-319Notes on Osage word
CQU-320Section 6.6 Kinship
CQU-321Blessing Over a Meal I
CQU-322Blessing Over a Meal II
CQU-323Grace for a Meal
CQU-324Ardis Eschenberg animate article locations and corresponding articles chart
CQU-325Email correspondence between Rory Larson, Kathleen Shea and Carolyn Quintero on Omaha/Ponca positional articles
CQU-326Email correspondence between Rory Larson and Carolyn Quintero on Omaha/Ponca positional articles
CQU-327Email correspondence between Rory Larson and Carolyn Quintero on Omaha Story about four brothers
CQU-328Email correspondence between Rory Larson and Carolyn Quintero on Omaha inanimate positionals
CQU-329Email Correspondence Between Rory Larson and Carolyn Quintero on Revising Quintero's Osage Positionals Paper
CQU-330Email correspondence between Rory Larson and Carolyn Quintero on the meanings of positional markers in Omaha
CQU-331Email correspondence between Rory Larson and Carolyn Quintero on the meanings of positional markers in Omaha
CQU-332Email correspondence from Rory Larson on the Siouan Languages Listserv about Omaha fricative pronunciation and representation
CQU-333Email attachment that Contains Koontz's revisions of Quintero's Osage positionals research
CQU-334Positional classifiers - Data from Osage and Omaha
CQU-335Speaking notes on paper entitled "Positional Classifiers - Data from Osage and Omaha."
CQU-336Margaret Iron field notes, May 12, 1983
CQU-337Guns in Osage, presentation at Siouan and Caddoan Linguistics Conference, June 11-13, 2004, Wayne, Nebraska
CQU-338Field notes on words for guns and gun parts in Osage
CQU-339Field notes on subordination in Osage
CQU-340Field notes on causatives, copulative and negation in Osage
CQU-341Field notes on morphological patterns in Siouan languages
CQU-342Field notes on grammar and dictionary of Quechua
CQU-343Field notes on Osage words for teach
CQU-344Harry Red Eagle, Sr. 1965 Ilǫǫška speech, transcribed from tape by Carolyn Quintero
CQU-345Harry Red Eagle, Sr. 1965 Ilǫǫška speech
CQU-346Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #68: Harry Red Eagle, Sr., 1965 Ilǫǫška speech
CQU-347Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #68: Harry Red Eagle at 1965 Ilǫǫška
CQU-348Transcription of Harry Red Eagle, Sr.'s 1965 Ilǫǫška speech
CQU-349Margaret Iron field notes, December 1, 1983
CQU-350Letter from Lonnie Buell to Carolyn Quintero regarding the Osage name, Lehtᶏsa
CQU-351Notes from an interview with Myrtle Jones by Carolyn Quintero, November 19, 1983
CQU-352Notes from an interview with Myrtle Jones, February 17, 1984
CQU-353Notes from an interview with Myrtle Jones, November 10, 1976
CQU-354Correspondence from Lonnie Buell requesting Osage language materials
CQU-355Correspondence from Lonnie Buell requesting help in Osage name translation
CQU-356Correspondence from Carolyn Quintero offering help in Osage name translation
CQU-357Initial correspondence from Lonnie Buell requesting Osage language materials
CQU-358Languages should be preserved
CQU-359Campaign brochure for John D. Red Eagle for assistant chief of the Osage Nation
CQU-360Email correspondence from Michael C. Lawyer requesting Osage translation
CQU-361Notes from an interview with Myrtle Jones, December 16, 1976
CQU-362Notes from an interview with Myrtle Jones, March 31, 1977
CQU-363Osage class lesson plan II
CQU-364Osage class lesson plan V
CQU-365Osage class lesson 6
CQU-366Osage language lesson 7
CQU-367Just a closer walk with thee
CQU-368Osage language lesson 10
CQU-369Notes from an interview with Myrtle Jones, May 10, 1976
CQU-370Osage language lesson 8
CQU-371Osage language lesson 11
CQU-372Osage language lesson 12
CQU-373Osage language lesson 13
CQU-374Osage language lesson 14
CQU-375Notes from an interview with Myrtle Jones, March 10, 1977
CQU-376Notes from an interview with Myrtle Jones, February 17, 1977
CQU-377Notes from an interview with Myrtle Jones, February 17, 1984
CQU-378Notes from an interview with Myrtle Jones, January 1984
CQU-379Notes from an interview with Myrtle Jones and Frances Holding, January 29, 1984
CQU-380Notes from an interview with Margaret Iron, November 14, 1982
CQU-381Notes from an interview with Myrtle Jones
CQU-382Notes from an interview with Margaret Iron, October 1993
CQU-383Notes from an interview with Margaret Iron, November 22, 1982
CQU-384Notes from an interview with Margaret Iron, November 1, 1983
CQU-385Notes from an interview with Margaret Iron, December 1, 1983
CQU-386Notes from an interview with Margaret Iron, November 1983
CQU-387Notes from an interview with Margaret Red Eagle Iron, May 31, 1994
CQU-388Notes from an interview with Margaret Red Eagle Iron, April 28, 1994
CQU-389Osage course
CQU-390Some Siouan cooking habits
CQU-391La Flesche key for Osage
CQU-392Dhegiha specialists
CQU-393Notes on a La Flesche dictionary
CQU-394La Flesche critique
CQU-395La Flesche critique notes
CQU-396Notes for brief La Flesche critique in text
CQU-397Francis La Flesche: American Indian scholar
CQU-398Francis La Flesche
CQU-399Field notes on ergativity
CQU-400Field notes on sound patterns of English
CQU-401Field notes on Robert Rankin's Quapaw vocabulary
CQU-402Field notes on Osage phrases for appreciation
CQU-403Field notes on Osage clause function
CQU-404Order Form for First Course in Osage
CQU-405Correspondence between Eugene Chan and Carolyn Quintero, 1994
CQU-406Letter from Marrimpoey-Cadet to Quintero, January 2, 1995
CQU-407Correspondence between Neal and Quintero, 1995
CQU-408Correspondence between Jarvis and Quintero, 1995
CQU-409Correspondence between Slunečko and Quintero, 1995-1996
CQU-410Correspondence between Thode and Quintero, 1995-1996
CQU-411Letter from Dailey to Quintero, Aprill 22, 1996
CQU-412Note from Quintero regarding inquiry from Deborah Poletto, January 28, 1997
CQU-413Notes on translation of story about John and Mary helping their sister into Osage
CQU-414Notes on doublets in Osage
CQU-415Notes on translation of various phrases related to verb usage into Osage
CQU-416Email correspondence between Anthony Paul Grant and Carolyn Quintero, 1997
CQU-417Letter from Beers to Quintero, August 2, 1999
CQU-418Letter from Beers to Quintero, August 2, 1999
CQU-419Letter to Carolyn Quintero regarding banking issues
CQU-420Completed order form for First Course in Osage
CQU-421Completed order form for First Course in Osage, Nancy Miller business card and mailing envelope.
CQU-422Completed order form for First Course in Osage.
CQU-423Completed order form for First Course in Osage.
CQU-424Completed order for First Course in Osage.
CQU-425Electronic mail from KD Shea to C Quintero regarding First Course in Osage
CQU-426Invoices for First Course in Osage to Gilcrease Museum and check stubs for payment
CQU-427Correspondence between Duane BigEagle and Carolyn Quintero regarding First Course in Osage and other matters.
CQU-428Correspondence with Friends Meeting House regarding First Course in Osage.
CQU-429Letter from Lonnie Burnett regarding First Course in Osage and invoice
CQU-430Flyer for First Course in Osage and undeliverable envelope
CQU-431Correspondence with Skiatook Public Schools regarding First Course in Osage
CQU-432Correspondence from Osage Nation regarding First Course in Osage
CQU-433Letter to Carolyn Quintero regarding First Course in Osage.
CQU-434Electronic mail from Jack Delmas to Carolyn Quintero regarding the First Course in Osage
CQU-435Electronic mail from Angela Robinson to Carolyn Quintero regarding First Course in Osage
CQU-436Letter from Thomas Baconrind to Carolyn Quintero regarding First Course in Osage
CQU-437Correspondence between Oklahoma State University Library and Carolyn Quintero regarding First Course in Osage.
CQU-438Letter from Troy Nordman ordering a copy of the First Course in Osage
CQU-439Correspondence between Mark Awakuni-Swetland and Carolyn Quintero regarding First Course in Osage.
CQU-440Letter to Carolyn Quintero from Lloydene Fay Hill regarding First Course in Osage.
CQU-441Electronic mail to Carolyn Quintero from James Hamilton requesting information on the Osage language.
CQU-442Correspondence from Barbara Bower and Carolyn Quintero regarding First Course in Osage.
CQU-443Correspondence regarding orders from the Woodland Public Schools for the First Course in Osage.
CQU-444Correspondence from Megan Aldridge requesting copy of First Course in Osage
CQU-445Letter from Joseph H. Weir to Carolyn Quintero, dated April 20, 2001
CQU-446Letter from Mitch Wilkinson on Center for Indigenous Cultural Survival letterhead to Carolyn Quintero regarding First Course in Osage
CQU-447Correspondence from Andrea A Hunter regarding First Course in Osage.
CQU-448Correspondence regarding First Course in Osage.
CQU-449Correspondence regarding purchase of First Course in Osage by Osage Tribal Museum
CQU-450Correspondence ordering First Course in Osage.
CQU-451Letter from Beal O to Carolyn Quintero regarding First Course in Osage
CQU-452Letter from Margaret Dybola to Carolyn Quintero regarding Osage textbook.
CQU-453Electronic mail to Siouan List regarding SSILA Learning Materials List
CQU-454Letter from Jerry Davis requesting copy of First Course in Osage
CQU-455Description and order form for Osage grammar by Carolyn Quintero.
CQU-456Ledger sheet for sales of First Course in Osage in 1999 through 2001.
CQU-457Note from Gary Carroll to Carolyn Quintero regarding Osage language book
CQU-458Miscellaneous notes regarding persons interested in First Course in Osage.
CQU-459Letter on NCTA letterhead offering 1995-96 Directory
CQU-460Letter from John E. Koontz to Carolyn Quintero on Osage, Omaha, and Ponca positionals
CQU-461Comments on Bristow-Quintero draft
CQU-462Letter addressed to Robert Bristow and Carolyn Quintero signed by John E. Koontz
CQU-463Email correspondences between Carolyn Quintero, Dan Kelty, and Doug Parks on Osage kinship, July 22, 1998
CQU-464Email correspondence dated July 23, 1998, from John E. Koontz to Carolyn Quintero regarding Osage numbers as verbs, with annotations by Carolyn Quintero
CQU-465Email correspondence dated July 10, 1998, from Ulrich J. Luders to Carolyn Quintero about an Osage grammar series
CQU-466Siouan kinship
CQU-467Reduplication in Assiniboine (Siouan): outline for the annual meeting of the Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas, Atlanta, Georgia, January 3, 2003
CQU-468Osage entry examples: ški, šǫ, taaké, táatą, tą
CQU-469Field notes on Osage verbal compounding
CQU-471Eliminated Osage grammar charts
CQU-472Robert Bristow's illustrated Osage field notes, January 6, 1977
CQU-473Osage wardrobe diagram
CQU-474Handwritten draft of an Osage dictionary
CQU-475Myrtle Jones - lessons, March - May 1976
CQU-476Original handwritten notes on Osage words and phrases
CQU-477Notes on Osage audio recordings, November 23, 1993
CQU-478Notes from a meeting with Sean Standing Bear, February 15, 1994
CQU-479Brochure for “The hidden hero”
CQU-480Fax transmittal for Carolyn Quintero, dated February 8, 2007, with additional notes pertaining to an Osage bibliography
CQU-481Email correspondence regarding a Siouan archive by John P. Doyle
CQU-482Email correspondence between Carolyn Quintero and Kathy Shea about Osage recordings in the American Folklife Center
CQU-483Email correspondence between Carolyn Quintero and Robert Rankin about Siouan languages near the Mississippi Valley
CQU-484Log of final proofing, grammar, August 2004
CQU-485Email correspondence to Carolyn Quintero from Priscilla (?) about Osage population at the time of removal
CQU-486Email correspondence between Carolyn Quintero and John E. Koontz about Siouan language resources covering Siouan syncopating *r-stems; morphology in Omaha-Ponca; Siouan and Yuchi noun classification systems; and syntax
CQU-488Email correspondence from Paul D. Kroeber to Carolyn Quintero about “Indexing and one or two other matters”
CQU-489Email correspondence between Carolyn Quintero and John E. Koontz about Franz Boas' 1906 notes on Ponka grammar; information on Siouan language references and glottal stop metathesis
CQU-490Email correspondence from Carolyn Quintero to John E. Koontz about select language workshops between 1985 and 2001
CQU-491Email correspondence to Carolyn Quintero from Priscilla (?) about Terry Wilson's “Bibliography of the Osage”
CQU-492Email correspondence to Carolyn Quintero from Priscilla (?) about Garrick Alan Bailey's “Changes in Osage”
CQU-493Email correspondence to Carolyn Quintero from Paul D. Kroeber in response to a previous inquiry regarding chapters 1 through 4 of an unidentified book
CQU-494Email correspondence between Douglas Parks, Carolyn Quintero, and Paul D. Kroeber about specific changes to Quintero's book
CQU-495Handwritten field notes on Osage grammar
CQU-496Hazel Harper's translation of “The Lord's prayer in Osage Indian language” with annotations by Carolyn Quintero
CQU-497“Connor's Lord's prayer in Osage” and “presentation of Osage examples”
CQU-498Translation notes for a section of “The Lord's prayer”
CQU-499Email correspondence from Carolyn Quintero to Tom Leonard about her findings in translating “The Lord's prayer”
CQU-500“The Lord's prayer in Osage by William Connor, as quoted in T.M. Finney (Wah sho wah ga ley), Pioneer Days with the Osage Indians, west of '96, published 1925,” with annotations by Carolyn Quintero, and two miscellaneous pages on Osage verbs
CQU-502The Lord's prayer
CQU-503Lord's prayer
CQU-504“Matthew 11:28” in Osage
CQU-505The raccoons and the crawfish
CQU-506Printout of charts measuring stress levels in Osage vowels
CQU-507Printout of an email correspondence from Daniel Altshuler to Carolyn Quintero about tone and stress in Osage
CQU-508Printout of an email correspondence from Daniel Altshuler to Carolyn Quintero about the NSF graduate research fellowship
CQU-510Correspondence from Daniel Altshuler to Carolyn Quintero about his qualifying paper on the Osage language
CQU-511Letter of intent and personal statement to receive NSF graduate research fellowship to study Osage
CQU-514Osage pronunciation notes
CQU-517A diachronic perspective on active/stative alignment in Siouan
CQU-518On Quapaw (and Siouan) 'ablaut'
CQU-519Printed email message about the American Anthropological Journal Archive Project
CQU-520Photocopied reel-to-reel language tape covers
CQU-521Letter from Dick Schmitz to Carolyn Quintero about Lenora Hamilton cassette dubs
CQU-522Guide to Osage audio tapes in the Carolyn Quintero Collection
CQU-523Information table on Osage audio tapes in the Carolyn Quintero Collection
CQU-524Handwritten notes on Osage museum recordings
CQU-525Email correspondence between Carolyn Quintero and Encore Recordings
CQU-526Handwritten listing of Oklahoma linguists
CQU-527Contact information for Therese M. Mathews
CQU-528At Tribal Museum, Pahuska
CQU-529Handwritten notes about Osage language audio tapes, dated 05/13/2003
CQU-530Items on large records in Pawhuska Tribal Museum
CQU-532Agenda notes
CQU-533Tasks
CQU-534Carolyn Quintero's transcription notes of Osage audio cassette Tape 9 with Mary Standing Bear
CQU-535Carolyn Quintero's transcription notes, with corrections, of Osage audio cassette Tape 9a with Mary Standing Bear
CQU-536Carolyn Quintero's transcription notes of Osage audio cassette Tape 9a with Mary Standing Bear
CQU-537Carolyn Quintero's transcription notes of Osage audio cassette Tape 9b with Mary Standing Bear
CQU-538Carolyn Quintero's transcription notes of Osage audio cassette Tape 8a with Mary Iron
CQU-539Carolyn Quintero's transcription notes, with corrections, of Osage audio cassette Tape 8a with Mary Iron
CQU-540Carolyn Quintero's transcription notes of Osage audio cassette Tape 8 with Margaret Red Eagle Iron
CQU-541Carolyn Quintero's transcription notes of Osage audio cassette Tape 8, Robert Bristow's interview with Margaret Iron, November 14, 1982
CQU-542Carolyn Quintero's transcription notes of Osage audio cassette tape 8 featuring Margaret Iron, November 14, 1982
CQU-543Typed transcription notes of Osage audio cassette Tape 8, side a, Margaret Iron
CQU-544Carolyn Quintero's transcription notes, with annotations, of Osage audio cassette Tape 7 featuring Lenora Hamilton and Myrtle Jones
CQU-545Carolyn Quintero's transcription notes of Osage audio cassette Tape 7, Side a, featuring Lenora Hamilton
CQU-546Osage language lesson 9, March 29, 1976
CQU-547Carolyn Quintero's transcription notes of Osage audio cassette Tape 7 featuring Lenora Hamilton and Myrtle Jones
CQU-548Transcription notes for Osage audio cassette 7
CQU-549Carolyn Quintero's transcription notes of Osage audio cassette Tape 6 featuring Lenora Hamilton
CQU-550Transcription notes of Osage audio cassette Tape 6 featuring Lenora Hamilton
CQU-551Email from Mary Bighorse to Carolyn Quintero inquiring about teaching Osage Nation Language Department students
CQU-552Robert Rankin interview notes taken by Robert Bristow, July 2, 1982
CQU-553Osage verb translation notecards by Robert Bristow and Carolyn Quintero
CQU-554Leroy Logan and Robert Bristow conversations from Tape 17
CQU-555Henry Lookout audio tape transcription of Fawn and Coyote Story
CQU-556Handwritten notes of Henry Lookout speech, wordlist and phrases
CQU-557Typed notes of Henry Lookout speech, wordlist and phrases
CQU-558Xerox copy of notes of Henry Lookout speech, wordlist and phrases
CQU-559Carolyn Quintero audio tape inventory
CQU-560Transcription of Jo Ann Shunkamolah's "Tortoise and the Hare" story, second typed revision
CQU-561Transcription of Jo Ann Shunkamolah's "Tortoise and the Hare" story, second typed revision with additional corrections
CQU-562Transcription of Jo Ann Shunkamolah's 'Tortoise and the Hare” story, first typed revision
CQU-563Transcription of Jo Ann Shunkamolah's "Tortoise and the Hare" story, April 2005, first version
CQU-564Transcription of Jo Ann Shunkamolah's 'Tortoise and the Hare” story, April 2005, second version
CQU-565Transcription of Jo Ann Shunkamolah's "Tortoise and the Hare" story, undated version
CQU-566Transcription of Jo Ann Shunkamolah narrative
CQU-567Handwritten transcription of Jo Ann Shunkamolah from audio Tape #24
CQU-568Xerox copy of transcription of Jo Ann Shunkamolah from audio Tape #24
CQU-569Jo Ann Allred translation of Fred Lookout speech
CQU-570Osage vocabulary and sentence practice handout
CQU-571Verb conjugation list for the verb 'Tha k'e the
CQU-572Notes about the phrase "It is time to pray"
CQU-573Notes about the phrase 'kitse tha (put it up) and other phrases
CQU-575Notes about the word 'akahla' and other phrases
CQU-576Notes about words related to thinking and instrumentals.
CQU-577 "Notes about words relating to 'looking out'"
CQU-578Proofing notes for various Osage phrases
CQU-579Notes on conversation with JoAnn Shunkamolah, August 11, 1993.
CQU-580Transcription notes of Tape No. 22
CQU-581Transcription notes of Tape No. 21
CQU-582Handwritten transcription of Hazel Harper tape, Tape No. 3.
CQU-583Typewritten transcription of Hazel Harper tape No. 3.
CQU-584Copy of handwritten transcription of Hazel Harper tape, Tape No. 3.
CQU-585Handwritten transcription of Charlie Whitehorn tape
CQU-586Osage translation of “Just a closer walk with thee”
CQU-587Osage translation of “Kumbaya”
CQU-588Osage translation of “Just a closer walk with thee” on music staff.
CQU-589Osage translation of song to the tune of “Blest Be The Tie That Binds”
CQU-590Osage words to song to tune of "Blest Be The Tie That Binds" and Happy Birthday song
CQU-591Osage words to song, Letamaze
CQU-592Ponca hymn with English paraphrase.
CQU-593Key to Osage prayers on Tape 200.
CQU-594Key to Osage prayers on Tape 201.
CQU-595Handout for Quintero-Osage class - February 21, 2000."
CQU-596Transcription notes of Prayer #200-04
CQU-597Transcription notes of Prayer #200-12
CQU-598Biographical information on Frances Oberly Holding and memorial service flyer.
CQU-599Personal correspondence to Carolyn Quintero, dated May 9, 2003
CQU-600Handwritten notes on the story, why the deer have short teeth
CQU-601Key to field notes on hikos
CQU-602Coyote and Bear Story in English and Osage
CQU-603Coyote and Bear Story in English and Osage
CQU-604Xerox copy of Coyote and Bear Story in English and Osage.
CQU-611Coyote and whirlwind story in English and Osage
CQU-612Field notes for Little Hen and Rooster Story in Osage and English.
CQU-613Field notes for Little Brown Turkey Hen story in Osage and English.
CQU-617Notes on hawk expressions in Osage
CQU-618Proxy form for 2000 American Translators Association annual meeting.
CQU-619Field notes on various Osage words and phrases
CQU-620Funeral flyer for Hazel Lohah Harper, March 23, 1994
CQU-621Field notes regarding Priscilla Hokiahse Iba's transcriptions of Hazel Harper language class tapes.
CQU-622Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #1.
CQU-623Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #2
CQU-624Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #3
CQU-625Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #4
CQU-626Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #5
CQU-627Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #6
CQU-628Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #7
CQU-629Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #8
CQU-630Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #9
CQU-631Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #10
CQU-632Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #11
CQU-633Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #12
CQU-634Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #13
CQU-635Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #14
CQU-636Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #15
CQU-637Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #16
CQU-638Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #17
CQU-639Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class tape #18
CQU-640Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language beginners class tape
CQU-641Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class lesson 2 tape
CQU-642Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class lesson 3 tape
CQU-643Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class lesson 4 tape
CQU-644Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class lesson 5 tape
CQU-645Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class lesson 6 tape
CQU-646Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class lesson 7 tape
CQU-647Transcription of Hazel Harper Osage language class lessons 8 and 9 tape
CQU-648Electronic mail regarding title of Kaw and Quapaw lexicons and an opinion
CQU-649Electronic mail exchange regarding determiners and demonstratives
CQU-650Electronic mail from Justin McBride regarding Dakotan T-words
CQU-651Electronic mail from David Rood and Rory Larson discussing functional morphemes in Lakota.
CQU-652Dhegiha dative verbs
CQU-653Field notes concerning deverbal nouns and derivation in Osage
CQU-654Field notes on examples of noun derivation from verbs in Osage
CQU-655Miscellaneous field notes and song words in Osage
CQU-656Field notes on Osage phrases.
CQU-657Notes in Osage with some English translation.
CQU-658Positionality in Osage and Omaha; Case-marking vs. proximate-obviative.
CQU-659Comments on C.P. Quintero (1983) Osage verbal morphology and phonology
CQU-660Notes regarding several grammatical issues in Omaha
CQU-661Electronic mail in reply to Carolyn Quintero re: border, confines.
CQU-662Electronic mail in reply to Carolyn Quintero regarding paper topic for Kaw City conf.
CQU-663Electronic mail in reply to Carolyn Quintero regarding references.
CQU-664Electronic mail from J.E. Koontz to C. Quintero regarding positionals.
CQU-665Letter from John E. Koontz to Carolyn Quintero dated 16 September 1986
CQU-666"Notes on Dhegiha verb with and without consent or command."
CQU-667"Field notes on non-agentive/volitional by consent or command verb."
CQU-668Electronic mail from JE Koontz in response to R Rankin on ?uN as Aux V."
CQU-669Electronic mail from John Koontz in response to comment from R. Larson regarding dhaN 'past' in OP
CQU-670Osage positionals revisited: Subject markers and auxiliaries akxa and apa.
CQU-671Transcription of Tape #1 of Mrs. Russell and cassette tape label
CQU-672Translation of Mrs. Russell speaking about Moonhead teachings on Wahkonta
CQU-673Copy of translation of tape of Mrs. Russell speaking about Moonhead teachings on Wahkonta and facsimile cover sheet from Dan Swan to Carolyn Quintero transmitting the translation
CQU-674Translation of tape of Mrs. Russell speaking about Moonhead teachings on Wahkonta
CQU-675Translation of Mrs. Russell speaking about Moonhead teachings on Wahkonta.
CQU-676Translation of Mrs. Russell speaking about Moonhead teachings on Wahkonta
CQU-677Transcription of tape t052-MREI-FH (draft) includes poem by Margaret Red Eagle Iron and conversation between Lenora Hamilton and Frances Holding.
CQU-678"Christmas Greeting"
CQU-679Christmas and New Years greeting
CQU-680Field notes on translations to Tape #52 (partial)
CQU-681Field notes and transcription for tape No. 51.
CQU-682Field notes related to tape Nos. 52 and 52-A
CQU-683Note to Carolyn Quintero
CQU-684Field notes for interview with Frances Holding on July 2, 2001
CQU-685Field notes for interview with Frances Holding on July 2, 2001.
CQU-686Field notes for interview with Frances Holding on June 26, 2001
CQU-687Field notes for interview with Frances Holding on June 26, 2001
CQU-688Field notes for interview with Frances Holding on June 25, 2001
CQU-689Field notes for interview with Frances Holding on June 25, 2001
CQU-690Field notes for interview with Frances Holding on June 27, 2001
CQU-691Field notes for interview with Frances Holding on June 27, 2001
CQU-692Field notes for interview with Frances Holding on June 28, 2001
CQU-693Field notes for interview with Frances Holding on June 28, 2001
CQU-694Field notes for interview with Frances Holding on July 9, 2001
CQU-695Field notes for interview with Frances Holding on July 9, 2001
CQU-696Field notes regarding tape Number 40
CQU-697Field notes regarding tape Number 40
CQU-698Field notes on Osage words and phrases
CQU-699Field notes on Osage words and phrases
CQU-700Field notes on Osage words and phrases
CQU-701Transcription of Tape #49 of Henry Pratt
CQU-702Copy of transcription of Tape #49 of Henry Pratt
CQU-703Osage words with definition.
CQU-704Transcription and field notes for tape number 49
CQU-705Transcription of Leroy Logan tape
CQU-706Comments on Leroy Logan tape
CQU-707Field notes regarding Leroy Logan dated February 25 and March 11, 1984.
CQU-708Field notes regarding Leroy Logan dated March 18, 1984
CQU-709Field notes regarding Leroy Logan interview dated March 10, 1984
CQU-710Field notes regarding Leroy Logan dated March 18, 1984
CQU-711Field notes on glossing of Gilcrease tape of Osage language clips
CQU-712Field notes on transcription of tape number 45.
CQU-713Additional field notes on transcription of tape number 45.
CQU-714Additional field notes on glossing of tape number 45
CQU-715Field notes on glossing of Side B of Tape No. 45.
CQU-716Field notes of conversation with Preston Morrell on July 8, 1994.
CQU-717Coyote and Bear Story
CQU-718Field notes related to Coyote and Bear story
CQU-719Coyote and Bear Story with line numbers.
CQU-720Notes on conversation with JoAnn Shunkaniolah
CQU-721Discussion of Osage heritages and language with Hazel Harper on Tape 38
CQU-722Discussion of Osage heritages and language with Hazel Harper on Tape 38 (copy)
CQU-723Field notes regarding tape Number 29, Side a.
CQU-724Miscellaneous notes regarding directions and contacts in St. Louis
CQU-725Selected pages from Guide to Catholic Indian Mission and School Records in Midwest repositories
CQU-726Applications in Siouan languages - a study in comparative Siouan grammar (handout).
CQU-727Applications in Siouan languages - a study in comparative Siouan grammar
CQU-728Materials needed from CA
CQU-729Codes and abbreviations field notes
CQU-730Field notes on word studies
CQU-731Osage dictionary draft pages 'sta through stako
CQU-732Miscellaneous notes regarding changes to the introduction
CQU-733Notes on changes to Osage dictionary A through D
CQU-734Notes on changes to Osage dictionary E through H.
CQU-735Additional notes on changes to Osage dictionary E through H
CQU-736Field notes on changes to Osage dictionary I through L.
CQU-737Field notes on changes to Osage dictionary M through P.
CQU-738Field notes on changes to Osage dictionary S through Z
CQU-739Field notes on changes to Osage dictionary bibliography and other end notes
CQU-740Field notes on changes to Osage dictionary
CQU-741Draft Osage dictionary pages 41 through 45 with comments
CQU-742List of editorial changes to Osage dictionary sections.
CQU-743Response to comment on Osage dictionary
CQU-744Notes on mechanical changes that can be made to Osage dictionary entries
CQU-745Comments on A-Edh entries
CQU-746Needing more directions for underscore forms (electronic mail)
CQU-747Notes regarding macros for software
CQU-748Electronic mail to Steven Baker from Carolyn Quintero and notes from Paul Kroeber regarding model entry for dictionary
CQU-749Electronic mail between Steven Baker and Carolyn Quintero regarding comments by Paul Kroeber on the dictionary
CQU-750Appendix page of words related to son and daughter
CQU-751Electronic mail between Carolyn Quintero and Steven Baker regarding schedules and filenames.
CQU-752Schedule for editing various sections of dictionary
CQU-753Electronic mail correspondence between Carolyn Quintero and Rory Larsen concerning use of ha and he particles in Omaha
CQU-754Electronic mail from John Koontz to Siouan List regarding inclusive, exclusive and recusive
CQU-755Miscellaneous notes from a conference
CQU-756Electronic mail from Pamela Munro to Carolyn Quintero regarding verb parallels in Muskogean languages, dated October 1, 2002.
CQU-758Series of electronic mail exchanges regarding transitivity, locative prefixes and the pronomin dated September 27, 28 and 29, 2002
CQU-759Electronic mail exchange between Robert Rankin and Rory Larsen, dated February 14, 2004, regarding active and stative verbs in biclausal sentences
CQU-760Series of electronic mail discussing animacy in Lakhota, Osage, Omaha, Ponca, Quapaw and Kaw
CQU-761Electronic mail regarding the Omaha/Ponca stative verb 'ablaut', dated February 15, 2004
CQU-762Electronic mail from Sara Trechter and Ardis Eschenberg regarding *pi as plural, proximate and nominalizer, dated February 12 and 10, 2004, respectively
CQU-763Electronic mail exchanges regarding *ki and -1(N)## in Siouan languages, dated May 22 and 24, 2004
CQU-764Electronic mail from Henning Garvin regarding the word for "prairie" in Hochunk, dated January 30, 2004
CQU-765Electronic mail discussion regarding “snake” and “go”' terms in various Siouan and Algonquian languages, dated August 11 and 12, 2006.
CQU-766Miscellaneous notes on animate obviative standing and articles
CQU-767Electronic mail exchange regarding echa-m-uN in Omaha-Ponca, Osage and Lakota, dated June 14 and 26, 2006.
CQU-768Electronic mail to Robert Rankin, John Koontz, and Kathy Shea regarding i-aha dated January 11, 2005
CQU-769Electronic mail to Carolyn Quintero regarding formatting inflection points in verbs
CQU-770Electronic mail from Robert Rankin, dated September 30, 2002, regarding the verb dhiNge
CQU-772Positional verbs in Lakota - excerpts from my grammar files
CQU-773Notes on Osage positionals Sm and Om.
CQU-775Comparative Siouan grammar workshop agenda
CQU-776The verb prefix templates in the Siouan languages
CQU-777Notes on Osage positionals
CQU-778Reminiscences of Grandmother and being a present-day (1970s) Ioway
CQU-779Phonetic differences in Ioway, Otoe-Missouria and changing phonics
CQU-780Accounting for affrication and fortition in Wichita: Syllables or strings?
CQU-781Cross language contact between Cree and Lakota
CQU-782Mandan
CQU-783Siouan plurals: Summary for the Siouan and Caddoan Linguistics Conference
CQU-784Siouan motion verb template
CQU-785Siouan COME-GO Verbs (preliminary version)
CQU-786The end of the sentence in Siouan? Utterance final particles
CQU-787A diachronic perspective on active/stative alignment in Siouan (draft)
CQU-788Switch reference in Biloxi.
CQU-789Word stress in Kaw 1
CQU-790Postitional classifiers - Data from Osage and Omaha
CQU-791Relative clauses in Siouan
CQU-792Switch-reference in Hidatsa: The evolution of a grammatical system.
CQU-793Stress & tone in Osage: Evidence for the quantity insenstiive iamb
CQU-794Filling the gap: Quantity insensitive iambs and the typology of feet*
CQU-795Independent and cosubordinate clauses
CQU-796AMDG & DVM dialogue and sentences 2 from III Osage Mission 148
CQU-797AMDG & BVM dialogue 1 from III Osage Mission 149
CQU-798AMDG & BVM dialogue 2 from III Osage Mission 150.
CQU-799Copied photograph of Myrtle Oberly Jones.
CQU-800Copied photograph of Frances Oberly Holding
CQU-801Copied photographs of Robert B. Bristow.
CQU-804Draft of dedication for Quintero book and statement by Holding
CQU-805Acknowledgement list of Osage speakers for Quintero book
CQU-806Copy of photograph of Preston Morrell
CQU-807Copy of photograph of Edward Red Eagle, Sr.
CQU-808Copy of photograph of Mary Lookout Standing Bear
CQU-809Copy of photograph of Hazel Harper
CQU-810Dedication to Quintero book
CQU-811Draft copy of 0.3 speakers and their photographs
CQU-812Acknowledgements section of book
CQU-813Photographs of Leroy Logan
CQU-814Copy of photograph of Laura Shannon
CQU-815Copy of photograph of Margaret Red Eagle Iron
CQU-816Copy of photograph of unidentified female
CQU-817Notes on Osage speaker's photographs for Osage dictionary.
CQU-818A short catechism for the Indian from Jesuit Archives III Osage Mission #145.
CQU-819Catechism without questions for the instruction of the Osage Indian
CQU-820How to learn an unwritten language
CQU-821Osage-English Dictionary
CQU-822Incomplete Osage dictionary
CQU-823Instructions on the Christian Doctrine for the teaching of the Osage Indians residing on Neosho and Verdigris, State of Kansas, North America.
CQU-824Indian language, sentences, catechetical instructions, Osage Mission.
CQU-825titled document from Jesuit Missouri Prov Archives, #126
CQU-826Prayers in Osage from Jesuit Missouri Prov Archives #127
CQU-827Letter of Osages to Pope Leo XIII, December 31, 1885 from Jesuit Mo. Prov. Archives
CQU-828Observations on the Osage daily life from the Jesuit Mo Prov Archive #129.
CQU-829Osage prayer book and short catechism N. I.
CQU-830Osage prayer book and catechism
CQU-831Osage prayer book and short catechism N. II
CQU-832Photograph release statements for three photographs for the Osage dictionary
CQU-833Osage language stays alive
CQU-834Electronic mail discussing images for the Osage dictionary.
CQU-835Electronic mail regarding photograph of Mary Standing Bear for Osage dictionary.
CQU-836Electronic mail regarding photograph of Mary Standing Bear for Osage dictionary. Miscellaneous notes on contact information.
CQU-837Letter regarding photograph for Osage dictionary
CQU-838Electronic mail from Priscilla Iba to Carolyn Quintero regarding photograph
CQU-839Electronic mail thread from Alessandara Jacobi and Carolyn Quintero regarding publication issues with Osage dictionary
CQU-840Copies of draft photograph pages from Osage Dictionary.
CQU-841Electronic mail from David Nagle to Carolyn Quintero regarding art
CQU-842Editorial changes for Osage Dictionary listings
CQU-843Miscellaneous notes on Osage words and grammar for the Dictionary and Grammar books.
CQU-844Electronic mail from Steven Baker to Carolyn Quintero regarding Osage dictionary introduction.
CQU-845Letter and OU Press Marketing Questionnaire for Authors from Tara Malone to Carolyn Quintero, dated July 11, 2006
CQU-846OU Press description of Osage Dictionary
CQU-847Electronic mail chain from Linda Cumberland to Carolyn Quintero, December, 2005 and January, 2006.
CQU-848Electronic mail and attachment from Linda Cumberland to Carolyn Quintero regarding edits to introduction of the Osage dictionary
CQU-849Section RBn10-1 of field notes on Osage phrases.
CQU-850Section RBn10-2 of field notes on Osage phrases
CQU-851Section RBn10-3 of field notes on Osage phrases
CQU-852Section RBn10-4 of field notes on Osage phrases
CQU-853Section RBn10-5 of field notes on Osage phrases
CQU-854Section RBn10-6 of field notes on Osage phrases.
CQU-855Section RBn10-7 of field notes on Osage phrases.
CQU-856Section RBn10-8 of field notes on Osage words for days of the week.
CQU-857Section RBn10-9 of field notes on Osage phrases.
CQU-858Section RBn10-10 of field notes on Osage phrases
CQU-859Section RBn10-11 of field notes on Osage phrases for ending a prayer.
CQU-860Section RBn10-12 of field notes on Osage phrases and words
CQU-861Section RBn10-13 of field notes on Osage phrases and words
CQU-862Section RBn10-14 of field notes on Osage phrases and words.
CQU-863Section RBn10-15 of field notes on Osage phrases and words
CQU-864Section RBn10-16 of field notes on Osage phrases and words
CQU-865Section RBn10-17 of field notes on Osage phrases and words
CQU-866Section RBn10-18 of field notes on Osage phrases and words
CQU-867Section RBn10-19 of field notes on Osage phrases and words
CQU-868Section RBn10-20 of field notes on Osage phrases and words.
CQU-869Section RBn10-21 of field notes on Osage phrases and words
CQU-870Section RBn12-oz of field notes on Osage phrases and words - Osage language class Lesson 1.
CQU-871Inventory of materials
CQU-872English Word Lists
CQU-873RBn12-01 Host and visitor Osage phrases
CQU-874RBn12-03 Osage phrases
CQU-875Copy of RBn12-03 Osage phrases
CQU-876RBn12-04 Osage phrases
CQU-877RBn12-05 Osage phrases
CQU-878RBn12-06 New sentences.
CQU-879RBn12-07 Osage phrases
CQU-880RBn12-08 Osage phrases
CQU-881RBn12-09 Osage phrases.
CQU-882RBn12-10 Notes on Osage phrases based on interviews with Myrtle Oberly Jones
CQU-883RBn12-11 Notes on Osage phrases.
CQU-884RBn12-12 Notes on Osage Words and phrases.
CQU-885RBn12-13 Miscellaneous field notes
CQU-886RBn12-14 Osage language Lesson 8 March 15, 1976.
CQU-887Miscellaneous field notes
CQU-888Miscellaneous field notes on Osage words and phrases
CQU-889New words 3 March 1977 Lesson 15
CQU-890Osage phrase field notes dated May 3, 1979
CQU-891Field notes on Osage pronoun forms and verb forms
CQU-892Notes on Osage, Kansa and Quapaw phonology
CQU-893Notes on how to present Ablanl
CQU-894Memorandum to JB Benear, Explorer Pipeline Company
CQU-895Notes on Osage prayers, coyote and fawn story and Myrtle Jones' “Just a Closer Walk with Thee” translation.
CQU-896Robert Bristow's Notebook RBn.11-01
CQU-897Robert Bristow's Notebook RBn.11-02
CQU-898Robert Bristow's notebook of handwritten Osage language lesson plans, 1975 - 1976
CQU-899Osage vocabulary terms and phrases specific to actions, questions and commands
CQU-900Transcription notes for Osage language tape # 78
CQU-901Transcription notes for Osage language tapes featuring Harry Red Eagle, Myrtle Jones, and Henry Pratt (#'s 78, 7, 47, and 68)
CQU-902Osage dance vocabulary terms
CQU-903Notes for Osage audio recording #79 featuring Frances Holding, April 23,1994
CQU-904Robert Bristow's Osage class notes #6 and 13
CQU-905Osage greeting and blessing
CQU-910Osage class, January 31, 2000, meeting vocabulary 1
CQU-911Blessing for someone who is going away and then returning
CQU-921Notes concerning Osage language audio tapes featuring Hazel Harper, 1993-1994
CQU-922Notes concerning Osage language audio tapes featuring Frances Holding, 1993
CQU-924Thank you card and envelope addressed to Carolyn Quintero concerning music played at the funeral service of Osage elder Frances Holding
CQU-925Transcription and translation of an Osage prayer, from an Osage audio language recording featuring Frances Holding
CQU-928Listing of and notes about Osage elders, September 1, 1993
CQU-929Carolyn Quintero's notes from a meeting with Frances Holding, June 1986
CQU-930Little blue deer
CQU-932Transcription notes by Carolyn Quintero for Osage audio recording featuring Frances Holding, June 30, 1994
CQU-933Transcription notes by Robert Bristow for a phone interview with Mary Standing Bear, October 8, 1986
CQU-934Transcription notes of a talk with Walter Matin by Robert Bristow
CQU-935Transcription notes by Robert Bristow of a talk with Jess Townsend
CQU-936Osage class notes and drawings, 1975
CQU-937Osage music and spoken word notes
CQU-938Osage kinship terms of reference and address
CQU-939Whitehair Memorial - Feeney dictionary
CQU-940Transcription of Osage video recording with Ed Red Eagle
CQU-941Semi-final version of Osage phonology and verbal morphology
CQU-945Bristow Osage dictionary
CQU-946Shoebox: a data management program for the field linguist
CQU-947The Osage tribe
CQU-951Osage compounds (nouns and verbs)
CQU-953Osage grammar field notes
CQU-954Email correspondence between Robert Rankin and Carolyn Quintero on additions to and specifics regarding Quintero's Osage dictionary
CQU-955Email correspondence between Robert Rankin and Carolyn Quintero about vowels in the Osage language
CQU-956Email correspondence from John E. Koontz to members of a Siouan language group in Colorado about 'wa' in Osage
CQU-957Email correspondence between Robert Rankin and Carolyn Quintero about the words “meat” and “deer” in Osage and Winnebago
CQU-958Osage language field notes, May 5, 2004
CQU-959Email correspondence between Robert Rankin and Carolyn Quintero about stress in compound words in Osage and other Dhegiha languages
CQU-960Email correspondence between Robert Rankin and Carolyn Quintero about the word “sun” in Osage
CQU-961Email correspondence between Robert Rankin and Carolyn Quintero, dated July 1, 2004, about the word “boy” in Osage with references to Kaw, Omaha-Ponca and Quapaw
CQU-962Email correspondence from Robert Rankin to members of a Siouan language group in Colorado about Hochunk nouns and vowels
CQU-963Email correspondence between Robert Rankin and Carolyn Quintero, dated July 2, 2004, about the names of various types of trees in Osage, Kaw, Omaha-Ponca and Quapaw
CQU-964Email correspondence between Honglei Chen and Carolyn Quintero, dated September 10, 2003, about Osage glosses
CQU-965Email correspondence from Rory M. Larson to members of a Siouan language group in Colorado, dated February 15, 2004, about observations in Osage grammar in comparison to Crow-Hidatsa
CQU-966Email correspondence between Wallace Hooper and Carolyn Quintero, dated August 21, 2003, about language glosses and databases
CQU-967Email correspondence between Wallace Hooper and Carolyn Quintero, dated August 21, 2003, about grammar and semantics
CQU-968Winnebago field lexicon
CQU-969Handwritten notes by Carolyn Quintero featuring translations of Osage words and phrases related to cutting things.
CQU-970Miscellaneous Osage dictionary word notes
CQU-971Osage dictionary progress notes
CQU-972Electronic mail correspondence between Robert Rankin and Carolyn Quintero about Kaw and Quapaw words related to cultural items
CQU-975Osage dictionary consultation notes
CQU-976Email correspondence from Robert Rankin to Carolyn Quintero about Siouan letters, words, and fonts
CQU-977Email correspondence from Robert Rankin to Carolyn Quintero about Osage dance customs and gemination in Quapaw, Kaw and Osage
CQU-978Email correspondence from Robert Rankin to Carolyn Quintero about consonant clusters, initial gammas and medials in the Kanza and Quapaw languages
CQU-979Email correspondence between Carolyn Quintero and Honglei Chen about resolving laptop computer problems
CQU-980Email correspondence from Doug Parks to Carolyn Quintero about her Osage grammar and dictionary
CQU-981Minutes of a meeting between Carolyn Quintero and Doug Parks, April 20, 1996
CQU-982Pawnee and Arikara databases: database entry fields and information key to their contents
CQU-983Letter to Carolyn Quintero by Doug Parks about a previous meeting of theirs, a Pawnee dictionary, a Comanche grammar and Carolyn's work with Eddie (Edward) Red Eagle and Francis Holding of the Osage Nation
CQU-984Field notes on Osage dictionary codes
CQU-985A guide to semantic classification
CQU-986Portion of an English - Seneca dictionary
CQU-989Osage dictionary editing notes, December 10, 2002
CQU-990Email correspondence from Robert Rankin to Carolyn Quintero about Osage vowels and compounds and editing and publishing an Osage grammar
CQU-991Email correspondences between Robert Rankin to Carolyn Quintero about long vowels in Osage
CQU-992Carolyn Quintero's Osage dictionary editing notes, January 9, 2003
CQU-993List of Osage words and definitions from JD Kindy as reference for Carolyn Quintero's Osage dictionary
CQU-994Carolyn Quintero's Osage dictionary editing notes, December 19, 2005
CQU-995Email correspondence between John E. Koontz and Rory M. Larson about speaking in the 3rd person in Osage
CQU-996Osage dictionary index notes, October 11, 2005
CQU-997Osage dictionary gloss notes, October 11, 2005
CQU-998Carolyn Quintero's Osage dictionary editing notes, undated
CQU-999Carolyn Quintero's Osage dictionary editing notes, October 2005
CQU-1000Email correspondence between Rory M. Larson and Carolyn Quintero about the pronunciation of specific Osage words, in accordance with input given by TtesoN'win, a young Osage speaker
CQU-1004n Quintero's handwritten Osage dictionary editing notes, 2004 - 2005
CQU-1005Email correspondence between Helen Chen and Carolyn Quintero about nasal sounds and the word for “angry” in Osage
CQU-1006Email correspondence from Robert Rankin to disclosed members of a Siouan language email group about stative format -ka
CQU-1011Email correspondence to Carolyn Quintero from an anonymous person listed only as Priscilla about the meaning of Quintero's name, the progress of Quintero's Osage dictionary and government reform town meetings
CQU-1012Email correspondence between Helen Chen and Carolyn Quintero about Osage glosses and computer entry issues
CQU-1013Email correspondence between Helen Chen and Carolyn Quintero about Osage language computer entry issues
CQU-1014Email correspondence between Helen Chen and Carolyn Quintero about Osage dictionary editing and Osage database entries
CQU-1015Email correspondence between Helen Chen and Carolyn Quintero about merging glosses
CQU-1016Email correspondence between Helen Chen and Carolyn Quintero about Osage language database problems, April 28, 2004
CQU-1017Email correspondence between Carolyn Quintero and Jeremy Kindy, May 12, 2004
CQU-1023Email correspondence from Robert Rankin to Carolyn Quintero about long vowels in Ponca, Kaw and Quapaw
CQU-1024Email correspondence between Robert Rankin and Carolyn Quintero about vowel length and the word “deceive” in Osage
CQU-1025Email correspondence from Robert Rankin to Carolyn Quintero about indexing an Osage Grammar, problems with the Kaw Nation's email system, and the title “first son” in Dhegiha
CQU-1026Email correspondence between John E. Koontz and Carolyn Quintero about the word “vomit” in Osage
CQU-1027Email correspondence from John E. Koontz and Robert Rankin about pitch accents in Siouan words
CQU-1028Section of Carolyn Quintero's Osage dictionary with edits
CQU-1029Carolyn Quintero's Osage dictionary edits, January 17, 2005
CQU-1030Email correspondence between Kathy Shea and Carolyn Quintero about Quintero's dictionary edits
CQU-1049Osage Mission papers from the Jesuits of the Missouri Province Archives
CQU-1057The Osages: children of the middle waters
CQU-1058Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #71
CQU-1059Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #99
CQU-1060Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #71.
CQU-1061Field notes on Osage phrases with F. Holding
CQU-1062Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #82
CQU-1063Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #90.
CQU-1064Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #94
CQU-1065Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #95.
CQU-1066Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #99
CQU-1067Transcription notes for Osage language audio recordings #100 and #102.
CQU-1068Transcription notes for Osage and English language audio recording #105
CQU-1069Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #112
CQU-1070Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #119
CQU-1071Wordlist for Osage words for husband, wife and horse from audio language recording #128.
CQU-1072Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #138-a.
CQU-1073Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #141.
CQU-1074Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #150
CQU-1075Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #150.
CQU-1076Notes from interviews with Myrtle Jones on Osage phrases.
CQU-1077Osage Language Lesson 9
CQU-1078Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #116.
CQU-1079Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #118
CQU-1080Transcription notes for Osage language audio recording #124.
CQU-1081Photograph of Frances Holding and two unidentified women
CQU-1082Photograph of Frances Holding.
CQU-1083Photograph of Frances Holding.
CQU-1084Photograph of unidentified male Osage dancers at pow-wow.
CQU-1085Photograph of unidentified male Osage dancers at pow-wow.
CQU-1086Photograph of unidentified male Osage dancers at pow-wow
CQU-1087Photograph of unidentified male Osage dancer
CQU-1088Photograph of unidentified male Osage dancer.
CQU-1089Photograph of unidentified male Osage dancer, unidentified male and unidentified boy.
CQU-1090Photograph of Margaret Red Eagle Iron
CQU-1091Photograph of group standing in front of American Dance Studio
CQU-1092Photograph of Margaret Red Eagle Iron and Carolyn Quintero
CQU-1093Photograph of unidentified waterfall.
CQU-1094Photograph of Frances Holding and two unidentified women.
CQU-1095Photograph of Preston Morrell and Carolyn Quintero.
CQU-1096Photograph of Frances Holding and Carolyn Quintero
CQU-1097Photograph of Preston Morrell.
CQU-1098Photograph of back of Native American dancer
CQU-1099Photograph of Frances Holding
CQU-1100Notes on presentations on Osage language prepared by Robert Bristow with envelope
CQU-1101Valentine card, envelope and computer disk mailed to Carolyn Quintero from Praetorius International.
CQU-1102Osage dictionary draft, poems and clan member listings
CQU-1103Osage dictionary
CQU-1104Osage dictionary, by Robert Bristow, with annotations by Jo Ann Shunkamolah
CQU-1105Preliminary sketch of the Omaha-Ponka language
CQU-1106The contribution of Francis LaFlesche to Dhegiha linguistics
CQU-1107A dictionary of the Osage language
CQU-1108Osage dictionary draft
CQU-1109Omaha phonology, morphology, verb paradigms and semantic domains
CQU-1110Osage verbal morphology and phonology
CQU-1111Quintero Osage field notes volume 1
CQU-1112Quintero log
CQU-1113Letter to Carolyn Quintero from Jan Farught
CQU-1114On Quapaw (and Siouan) 'Ablaut'
CQU-1115Quapaw
CQU-1116Acculturation terms in Omaha
CQU-1117War ceremony and peace ceremony of the Osage Indians
CQU-1118Osage grammar
CQU-1119Notes regarding the book "The Osages"
CQU-1120Osage Indian bands and clans
CQU-1121English-Lakota dictionary
CQU-1122Osage phonology and verbal morphology
CQU-1123Hazel Harper: Summer Osage language; White Hair Memorial (29)
CQU-1124Leroy Logan 1985 (47)
CQU-1125Leroy Logan at Hominy (32)
CQU-1126JoAnn Shunkamolah, 08/20/1993 (33)
CQU-1127JoAnn Shunkamolah, 08/20/1993 (34)
CQU-1128Hazel Harper, 09/02/1993 (4)
CQU-1129Hazel Harper, 09/02/1993 (36)
CQU-1130JoAnn Shunkamolah, 09/01/1993 (37)
CQU-1131Hazel Harper, 09/10/1993 (38)
CQU-1132JoAnn Shunkamolah, 09/08/1993
CQU-1133Frances Holding, 09/09/1993 (40)
CQU-1134JoAnn Shunkamolah, 09/15/1993 (41)
CQU-1135Hazel Harper, 09/10/1993 (43)
CQU-1136JoAnn Shunkamolah, 09/17/1993 (44)
CQU-1137Preston Morrell, 10/13/1993; 10/21/1993 (45)
CQU-1138Preston Morrell discussing transcriptions of materials recorded 10/13/1993; Preston Morrell, 12/16/1993 (46)
CQU-1139Leroy Logan, Monologue and Prayer (47)
CQU-1140Leroy Logan (48)
CQU-1141Henry Pratt (49)
CQU-1142Frances Holding, 12/15/1993; 12/22/1993 (50)
CQU-1143Hazel Harper Tape #12
CQU-1144Hazel Harper Tape #13
CQU-1145Hazel Harper Tape #14
CQU-1146Hazel Harper Tape #15
CQU-1147Hazel Harper Tape #16
CQU-1148Hazel Harper Tape #17
CQU-1149Hazel Harper Tape #18
CQU-1150Hazel Harper Tape #3
CQU-1151Hazel Harper Tape #3 untranscribed
CQU-1152Hazel Harper, 11/08/1990 Lesson #5 untranscribed
CQU-1153Hazel Harper, 11/08/1990 Lesson #6 untranscribed
CQU-1154Hazel Harper, Lesson 7 untranscribed
CQU-1155Hazel Harper, 12/11/1991
CQU-1156Hazel Harper, new lessons, 12/04/1991
CQU-1157Hazel Harper, beginner's class
CQU-1158Hazel Harper, Osage class, 02/28/1991
CQU-1159JoAnn Shunkamolah, 09/15/1993
CQU-1160JoAnn Shunkamolah, 08/18/1993
CQU-1161Osage Language, By Ed Redagle, May 1993 (27)
CQU-1162JoAnn Shunkamolah, 08/20/1993
CQU-1163Mary Green, 09/13/1993 (55)
CQU-1164Frances Holding, 01/19/1994; 01/26/1994 (58)
CQU-1165Frances Holding, 01/19/1994 (57)
CQU-1166Frances Holding, 01/14/1994 (56)
CQU-1167Osage Lessons 8-18, 27-37 (23)
CQU-1168Osage Lessons (9)
CQU-1169JoAnn Shunkamolah, 08/11/1993 (24)
CQU-1170Osage Lessons 1
CQU-1171Mary Standing Bear, 02/24/1983 (21)
CQU-1172Mary Standing Bear, 09/03/1982
CQU-1173Untitled (14)
CQU-1174Mary Standing Bear (21)
CQU-1175Frances Holding, 07/03/1986 (20)
CQU-1176Mary Standing Bear; Roy Bull Coming, Carolyn Quintero and Frances Holding (19)
CQU-1177Osage Lessons 19-26, 38 (15)
CQU-1178Kurt Muller; Leroy Logan (?); Roy Bull Coming, Carolyn Quintero and Leroy Logan; English and Osage Word List (17) / Henry Lookout and Mary Standing Bear with Roy Bull Coming (18)
CQU-1179Mary Standing Bear and Roy Bull Coming (9)
CQU-1180Margaret Iron and Edward Red Eagle, 11/14/1982 (8)
CQU-1181Leroy Logan and Pahukasa (17); Henry Lookout (?), Mary Standing Bear and Roy BullComing (18)
CQU-1182Myrtle Jones - Osage Lesson (7)
CQU-1183War dance songs of the Ponca, Vol. 2
CQU-1184Lenora Hamilton, Frances Holding and Myrtle Jones - Osage language lessons (7)
CQU-1185Osage Lessons 16-18, 21, & 23; Review (6
CQU-1186Kiowa 49 - War expedition songs
CQU-1187Creek stomp dance songs; Kiowa Forty-Nine Songs (4)
CQU-1188JoAnn Shunkamolah, Flower story, 08/19/1993 (25)
CQU-1189Henry Lookout, From Smokey's tape (2)
CQU-1190Mrs. Russell (1)
CQU-1191Hazel Harper (3)
CQU-1192Peyote songs; Mrs. Bill Russell's speech (1)
CQU-1193Henry Lookout - From Smokey's tape; Mary Standing Bear (2)
CQU-1196Grey Horse individual songs explained by Lamont Brown (30)
CQU-1197Grey Horse individual songs explained by Lamont Brown (30)
CQU-1198Focus group (English only) (29)
CQU-1199JoAnn Shunkamolah, 08/20/1993 (28)
CQU-1200The Osage language, as told by Ed RedEagle, May 1993 (27)
CQU-1202Pimsleur's speak & understand Essential Ojibwe 1
CQU-1203Ed Red Eagle, Schwartzkof (59)
CQU-1204Frances Holding, 01/28/1994 (65)
CQU-1205Hazel Harper, new lessons, 10/03/1992
CQU-1206Hazel Harper, class, 02/14/1991
CQU-1207Hazel Harper, class (new lessons), 11/13/1991
CQU-1208Hazel Harper, class, 05/02/1991, 05/21/1991
CQU-1209Hazel Harper, class, 05/28/1991, 06/05/1991
CQU-1210Hazel Harper, class, 05/07/1991, 05/14/1991
CQU-1211Hazel Harper lesson (1)
CQU-1212Hazel Harper, end lesson 1, beginning #2
CQU-1213Hazel Harper, lesson 2?
CQU-1214Hazel Harper, new lessons #3, 11/26/1991
CQU-1215Hazel Harper, lesson 4 untranscribed
CQU-1216Hazel Harper (4)
CQU-1217Hazel Harper (5)
CQU-1218Hazel Harper (6 & 7)
CQU-1219Hazel Harper (8)
CQU-1220Hazel Harper (9)
CQU-1221Hazel Harper (10)
CQU-1222Hazel Harper (11)
CQU-1223Mrs. Hamilton, 05/19/1975
CQU-1224Frances Holding, 01/12/1994 (53)
CQU-1225Baby Board & Christmas & New Year greeting by Margaret Iron; Frances Holding, 01/12/1994 (52)
CQU-1226Frances Holding, regarding Henry Pratt, 12/22/1993, 12/29/1993, 01/05/1993 (51)
CQU-1227Ed Red Eagle, 02/15/1994 (70)
CQU-1228Frances Holding, 02/10/1994
CQU-1229Frances Holding, 02/03/1994 (67), regarding Lookout, Hamilton (6)
CQU-1230Pawhuska 1965 (65)
CQU-1231Magella Green, 15 min. Osage (71)
CQU-1232(74)
CQU-1233Frances Holding, 03/17/1994 (75)
CQU-1234Houbedoka (Humpahtoka), Hominy, OK, ca. 1943 (74)
CQU-1235Frances Holding, 03/10/1994 (72)
CQU-1236Frances Holding, 03/10/1994, 03/17/1994 (73)
CQU-1237Frances Holding, 02/09/1994 (66)
CQU-1238Margaret Iron, 01/27/1994
CQU-1239Frances Holding, 01/26/1994, 01/28/1994 (63)
CQU-1240Margaret Iron, 01/24/1994 (60)
CQU-1241Frances Holding, 01/19/1994 (62)
CQU-1242Margaret Iron, 01/25/1994 (61)
CQU-1243Harry Red Eagle Jr., White Hair Memorial, Fall 1997
CQU-1244Osage Language 1997-1998, White Hair, Harry Red Eagle, Jr. and Kenny Big Horse
CQU-1245Osage Prayer No. 10 - Frances Holding, Hominy Friends Meeting 1997-1998
CQU-1246WA-ZHA-ZHE I-E Osage language volume three
CQU-1247Osage prayer No. 15, Frances Holding, Hominy Friends Meeting 1997-1998
CQU-1248Leanne Hinton - Master/apprentice program
CQU-1249Frances Holding, 03/01/1997 - Dictionary words for CD rom project, 'bawling out' through 'cantalope,' 124 useable Words
CQU-1250Frances Holding, 05/06/1994 (84)
CQU-1251Ed Red Eagle Sr., 04/27/1994, 05/13/1994 (85)
CQU-1252Frances LaFlesche Collection - Osage songs; Songs from the Osage tribal religion
CQU-125305/07/1993 White Hair Memorial, Osage language, Ed Red Eagle
CQU-1254Frances Holding, 05/20/1994 (90)
CQU-1255EC 10" 878, Items 1, 2, and 6. Oklahoma, Tulsa, Osage. Tulsa Chamber of Commerce, 1949 (97)
CQU-1256Preston Morrell, 07/14/1994 (101)
CQU-1257Preston Morrell, 07/14/1994, 08/08/1994 (102)
CQU-1258L.S., 04/20/1995; Preston Morrell, 04/25/1995 (123)
CQU-1259Preston Morrell, 04/25/1995; Frances Holding, 04/26/1995 (124)
CQU-1260Frances Holding, 03/20/1995 (115)
CQU-1261Frances Holding, 03/20/1995 (116)
CQU-1262Frances Holding, 03/21/1995, 03/22/1995
CQU-1263Frances Holding, 03/23/1995 (118)
CQU-1264Dictionary Words for CD rom project “fry” through “gun”, “lunch” through “mountain” Frances Holding, 03/25/1997
CQU-1265Dictionary words for CD rom project “rabbit” through “sit down”, Frances Holding, 04/17/1997
CQU-1266Osage prayer No. 13 - Frances Holding at Hominy Friends Meeting 1997-1998
CQU-1267Frances Holding - Prayers
CQU-1268Gray Horse: Individual songs explained by Lamont Brown (30)
CQU-1269Osage prayer No. 2 - Frances Holding at Hominy Friends Meeting 1997-1998
CQU-1270Frances Holding, 04/11/1997, dictionary words for CD rom project
CQU-1271Frances Holding, 03/18/1997, dictionary words for CD rom project
CQU-1272Osage language - Red Eagle and Big Horse 1998-1999
CQU-1273Frances Holding, 03/25/1997, dictionary words for CD rom project
CQU-1274Osage teaching manual
CQU-1276Osage Prayer No. 16 - Frances Holding at Hominy Friends Meeting 1997-1998
CQU-1277Frances Holding, 06/12/1997, dictionary words for CD rom project
CQU-1278Osage songs
CQU-1279Osage songs
CQU-1280Frances Holding, prayers in Osage at Hominy Friends Meeting 1997
CQU-1281Osage prayer No. 12 - Frances Holding at Hominy Friends Meeting 1997-1998
CQU-1282Frances Holding, 02/20/1997, dictionary words for CD rom project
CQU-1283Frances Holding, 03/06/1997, dictionary words for CD rom project
CQU-1284Language discussion with Carolyn Quintero
CQU-1285Frances Holding, 08/12/1996 (145)
CQU-1286Frances Holding, 05/03/1995 (146)
CQU-1287Frances Holding, 04/28/1995 (128)
CQU-1288Laura Shannon, 04/28/1995 (127)
CQU-1289Laura Shannon, 04/26/1995; Frances Holding, 04/26/1995 (126)
CQU-1290Frances Holding, 08/08/1994 (103)
CQU-1291Frances Holding, 08/08/1994 (104)
CQU-1292Walter Maten
CQU-1293Walter Maten, Henry Pratt, Charles Whitehorse: Osage songs
CQU-1294Osage language words & phrases
CQU-1295Frances Holding, 09/13/1994; 09/21/1994 (108)
CQU-1296Preston Morrell, 09/21/1994 (109)
CQU-1297Frances Holding, 08/30/1994 (110)
CQU-1298Frances Holding, 08/30/1994 (111)
CQU-1299Frances Holding, 03/09/1995 (112)
CQU-1300Preston Morrell, 03/10/1995; Frances Holding, 03/13/1995; Frances Holding, 03/14/1995; Preston Morrell, 03/15/1995 (113)
CQU-1301Frances Holding, 03/16/1995; Margaret Red Eagle Iron, 03/16/1995 (114)
CQU-1302Frances Holding, 03/23/1995 (119)
CQU-1303Laura Shannon, 04/07/1995; PM, 04/14/1995; Frances Holding, 04/20/1995
CQU-1304Preston Morrell, 04/07/1995 (121)
CQU-1305Preston Morrell, 03/24/1995; 04/03/1995 (120)
CQU-1306Laura Shannon, 04/26/1995 (125)
CQU-1307Frances Holding, 04/25/1996 (141)
CQU-1308Frances Holding, 04/24/1996 (140)
CQU-1309Frances Holding, 04/22/1996 (139)
CQU-1310Frances Holding, 04/17/1996; 04/22/1996 (138)
CQU-1311Frances Holding, 04/17/1996 (137)
CQU-1312Laura Shannon, 06/10/1995; Frances Holding, 06/21/1995
CQU-1313Kiowa - Gus Palmer and David Paddlety, Tulsa, OK, 06/05/1995
CQU-1314Laura Shannon, 05/03/1995 (130)
CQU-1315Laura Shannon, May 1, 1995
CQU-1316Laura Shannon, 07/21/1995; 07/28/1995 (136)
CQU-1317Frances Holding and Laura Shannon, 07/18/1995 (135)
CQU-1318Frances Holding, 06/22/1995
CQU-1319Frances Holding, 06/21/1995 (133)
CQU-1320Frances Holding, November 14, 2001
CQU-1321Frances Holding, November 19, 2001 (147)
CQU-1322Frances Holding, November 19, 2001 (149)
CQU-1323Myrtle Oberly Jones, miscellaneous Osage (150)
CQU-1324Frances Holding, 04/25/1996, 05/01/1996, 05/02/1996 (142)
CQU-1325Frances Holding, 07/23/1996, 07/24/1996) (143)
CQU-1326Frances Holding, 07/24/1996, 08/07/1996 (144)
CQU-1327Preston Morrell, 07/08/1994 (99)
CQU-1328Frances Holding, 06/30/1994, 07/01/1994
CQU-1329Margaret RedEagle Iron and Ed Red Eagle Sr., 07/06/1994 (94)
CQU-1330Preston Morrell, 07/07/1994 (95)
CQU-1331Preston Morrell, 07/07/1994; 07/08/1994
CQU-1332Preston Morrell, 07/07/1994 (96)
CQU-1333Frances Holding, 05/06/1994 (82)
CQU-1334Frances Holding, 05/13/1994 (83)
CQU-1335M. Shunkahmolah, Osage vocabulary; Anadarko songs
CQU-1336Preston Morrell, 07/08/1994 (98)
CQU-1337Ed Red Eagle, 04/22/1994; 04/26/1994 (91)
CQU-1338Leroy Logan, Osage prayers, oral history, ca. 1986; Mike Pratt, Leroy Logan, removal from Kansas
CQU-1339Frances Holding, 06/30/1994 (92)
CQU-1340Preston Morrell, 07/08/1994, 07/14/1994 (100)
CQU-1341Frances Holding, 03/17/1994; 04/14/1994 (76)
CQU-1342Frances Holding, 04/14/1994 (77)
CQU-1343Preston Morrell, 03/11/1994; Ed Red Eagle, 04/22/1994 (78)
CQU-1344Frances Holding, 05/13/1994 (81)
CQU-1345Frances Holding, 04/23/1994; 04/22/1994
CQU-1346Ed Red Eagle Sr., 05/13/1994; Frances Holding, 05/13/1994 (80)