James M. Crawford papers

James M. Crawford papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Manuscripts
Creator: Crawford, James Mack, 1925-
Title: James M. Crawford papers
Dates: 1974-1975
Quantity: 2.4 Linear feet (6 document boxes)
Abstract:The collection consists of materials related to Studies in Southeastern Indian Languages (Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1975), including a proof copy, typescripts, notes, and other material relating to researches on various topics, development of the printed book, various drafts of the essays included, some relevant correspondence, and production notes. Studies in Southeastern Indian languages is the outgrowth of a series of symposia on the subject in the early 1970s. James M. Crawford of the University of Georgia headed the efforts to produce this volume of essays and the task was completed under his editorship.
Coll. Number: ms1107

Biographical/Historical Note

James M. Crawford was a professor at the University of Georgia.


Arrangement

Arranged by record type.


Index Terms

Correspondence.
Drafts (documents)
Indians of North America--Southern States--Languages.
Linguistics.
Manuscripts (document genre)
Notes.
Proofs (printed matter)
Research (document genre)
Studies in Southeastern Indian languages.
Typescripts.
University of Georgia. -- Faculty
University of Georgia. Press.
University press publications--Georgia.
University presses--Georgia.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

James M. Crawford papers. MS 1107. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
BoxFolder
11Preliminary typescript
 
2Typescript for the Press
 
3-4Preface, introduction, references
 
4The phonological sequence... by James Crawford
 
5Wichita verb structure by David Root
 
6-7Shawnee noun inflection by Douglas R. Parks
 
BoxFolder
21Aspects of Yuchi morphonology by W.L. Bullard
 
2-3Cherokee by Willard Walker
 
4Choctaw morphophonemics by Thurston Dale Nicklas
 
5The position of Chickasaw in westen Muckogean by William Pulte
 
6What is Mobilian? by Mary R. Haas
 
BoxFolder
31-3Resurrecting Virginia Algonquian from the dead by Frank T. Siebert, Jr.
 
4Catawba and Hoka: Another look at Hokan-Siouan by Judith G. Crawford
 
5Toward a theory of Cherokee linguistics by Lawrence Foley
 
6The Cheorkee writing system: A critical analysis by Duane King
 
7Production Notes
 
8First Proof - Author's Set
 
BoxFolder
41First Proof - House Set (Crawford)
 
2First Proof - House Set (Rood, Parks, Walker, Pulte, Haas, Nicklas)
 
3First Proof - House Set (Siebert)
 
4First Proof - Editor's Set
 
5First Proof - Author's Set
 
6Front Matter
 
7Tables
 
8Final Proof
 
BoxFolder
51Printer's Notes and Mock-up
 
2Printer's Mock-up (Crawford)
 
3Printer's Mock-up (Rood, Parks, Walker, Pulte, Haas, Nicklas)
 
4Printer's Mock-up (Siebert)
 
BoxFolder
61Galleys - table of contents
 
2Page Proofs
 
3Binding Proof
 
4Printer's miscellany
 
5The Mobilian Trade language by James Crawford
 
6The Mobilian Trade language by James Crawford - notes