Ojibwa/Northport/Sept. β€˜65

Content description Hamp puts English sentences to Mrs. John, who supplies the Ojibwa equivalents. (Norman A. McQuown's pencilled notes on the back of the box read: "Mrs. John, Northport Sept. ΚΌ65".)
Object Type PhysicalObject
Medium 1/4 inch audio tape
Contributor Hamp, Eric P. (interviewer); John, Alice (consultant)
Notes Tape is the original field recording, which was done on Track 1 only--over a previously recorded tape, so that the recording of Mrs. John covers only the stretch from 38 secs. to 24 mins., 41 secs. (in the WAVE file). The unerased portion contains Mr. Hamp reading French words and sentences.
Discourse Type Interactive Discourse
Linguistic Data Type Field Recording
Creation Date 1965-09

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Collection Title Languages Locations Contributor
Ojibwa interviews from Michigan (Hamp, 1965-70) Ojibwa, English United States, Canada, Michigan