Tonkawa: Songs, stories and grammatical materials (c. 1935)

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Collection Descriptive Notes
An unnamed native speaker was recorded at the University of Chicago c. 1935 by H. Hoijer and M. Andrade. He sings a few songs, tells three stories and provides some grammar samples.
Collection Technical Notes
Phonograph records are needle-cut discs of the “Victor Record Blank for Home Recording” brand, made by the RCA Victor Company, Inc. (Camden, NJ). Note: The recordings are exremely faint. he names of the researchers are not on the discs but are supplied from the text of the notes (q.v.). WAVE files are now converted to MP3s.
Contributor
This collection has no playable audio.
Title Contributor Medium
“War song”; “Scout song” Andrade, Manuel J. (researcher); Hoijer, Harry (researcher); Anonymous native speaker (male) (consultant) Record
“Story” Andrade, Manuel J. (researcher); Hoijer, Harry (researcher); Anonymous native speaker (male) (consultant) Record
“Peyote song”; “Buffalo dance” Andrade, Manuel J. (researcher); Hoijer, Harry (researcher); Anonymous native speaker (male) (consultant) Record
Tonkawa songs,... Hoijer, Harry (researcher); Andrade, Manuel J. (researcher); Unnamed compiler (compiler) Text
Tonkawa grammar: subordination and sentence structure Andrade, Manuel J. (researcher); Hoijer, Harry (researcher); Anonymous native speaker (male) (consultant) Record
Tonkawa grammar: sentences and words 1 person from Totonicapán (researcher); Hoijer, Harry (researcher); Anonymous native speaker (male) (consultant) Record