Papers for the

32nd International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages


Dawn Bates Semantic Roles and referent tracking in Martha Lamont's Pheasant and Raven 1

David Beck Mosan III: a problem of remote common proximity 22

Judith Berman George Hunt and The social organization and the secret societies of the Kwakiutl Indians 47

Nicola J. Bessell St'át'imcets vowels and consonants: a phonetic study 64

Susan J. Blake Another look at passives in Sliammon (Salish) 86

Pamela M. Brooks John Peabody Harrington's Klallam and Chemakum place names 144

Richard A. Demers Negation and assignment of arguments in Lummi 189

Brent D. Galloway Nooksack pronouns, transitivity, and control 197

Mercedes Q. Hinkson and Susan Norwood A note on the interaction between predicate semantics and lexical suffixes 244

M. Dale Kinkade Cowlitz (Salish) place names 249

Paul Kroeber Wh-question particles in some languages of the southern northwest coast 265

Toby C. S. Langen On the predictability of Martha Lamont's Pheasant and Raven 280

Henry Davis, I-Ju Sandra Lai and Lisa Matthewson Cedar roots and singing detectives: attributive modification in Salish and English 291

Anthony Mattina and Sarah Peterson Diminutives in Colville-Okanagan 317

Nancy Mattina Moses-Columbia imperative constructions: a working paper 325

Hank Nater Is Nuxalk /-uks/ a Chinook suffix? 338

Tonya N. Stebbins Reanalysis and the Coast Tsimshian lexicon 340

Sarah Thomason Plurals and transitivity in Montana Salish 352

Honoré Watanabe Mainland Comox "plurals": a working paper 363

Dave Wells Museums and community: language, culture, positive change and planning 376

Henry Zenk The Le petit Catéchisme des Indiens, 1863: Manuscript of a Roman Catholic Catechism in Chinook Jargon 394

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