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oai:cla.berkeley.edu:2018-03.005

Metadata
Title:[Group conversations, monologic texts, cassava grating, lexical elicitation]
Contributor:Ohala, Manjari
Contributor (consultant):Atkinsen, Salvadore
Peters, Doris
Peters, Sylvia
Atkinsen, Fred
Winter, Eric
Winter, Elizabeth
Peters, Claris
Griffith, Percy
Atkinsen, Albert
James, Lorendo
Park, James
Joseph, Lawrence
Contributor (researcher):Noble Jr., Gladwyn Kingsley
Date (W3CDTF):1965
Description:File 2018-03.005_A begins in a group setting, with Tushau speaking in Wapishana (with possible correspondences to unknown notebooks summarized as "12/7-1"). At 00'55" an unknown woman speaks in Wapishana. At 01'54" there is a conversation in Wapishana between Tushau and James Park, still with others present. At 03'00" Salvador Atkins speaks in Wapishana, with translation in English. At 05'15" Doris Peters and Sylvia Peters converse in Wapishana. At 06'40" Lorendo James speaks in Wapishana. At 07'20" two unknown women speak in Wapishana. At 09'30" Patronella and Cecilia converse in Wapishana. At 11'17" Fred Atkinsen and Eric Winter converse in Wapishana, and again at 13'00" in English. At 14'53" Elizabeth Winter and Claris Peters converse in Wapishana. At 16'26" Fred Atkinsen speaks in Wapishana. At 17'40" Percy Griffith sings "Oh! Susanna." At 19'22" Albert Atkinsen speaks in English. At 20'38" Tushau gives a "closing statement" (as described in handwritten metadata). At 23'40", 24'42", and 25'21" three brief monologues by women indicated as Julian, Karedad, and Manika in handwritten metadata (corresponding notebooks summarized as "15/7-1-2," 15/7-3-5," and 5/7-6-7," respectively). At 25'48" Eric Winter, Lawrence Joseph, and Lorendo James converse ("15/7-8-15"). At 28'06" Maud ("a village counselor") gives an "opening statement at cassava grating." At 30'06" there are women talking and grating cassava. At 31'26" there is a closing statement to the cassava grating. File 2018-03.005_B begins with Noble conducting lexical elicitation on Wapishana with Lawrence Joseph.
Identifier:2018-03.005
Identifier (URI):http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/25064
Is Part Of (URI):http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.7297/X2NC5ZCN
Rights:Items catalogued in the California Language Archive are the physical property of their respective physical repositories. Intellectual rights, including copyright, belong to item creators or their legal heirs and assigns.
Rights Holder:Survey of California and Other Indian Languages
Subject:Wapishana language
Subject (ISO639):wap
Type (DCMI):Sound
Type (OLAC):primary_text

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DateStamp:  2018-04-27
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Citation: Ohala, Manjari; Noble Jr., Gladwyn Kingsley (researcher); Atkinsen, Salvadore (consultant); Peters, Doris (consultant); Peters, Sylvia (consultant); Atkinsen, Fred (consultant); Winter, Eric (consultant); Winter, Elizabeth (consultant); Peters, Claris (consultant); Griffith, Percy (consultant); Atkinsen, Albert (consultant); James, Lorendo (consultant); Park, James (consultant); Joseph, Lawrence (consultant). 1965. California Language Archive.
Terms: area_Americas country_GY dcmi_Sound iso639_wap olac_primary_text

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Country: Guyana
Area: Americas


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