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Clifford Abbott
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Among its more notable structural features are: its relatively small phonemic inventory lacking in labials; its use of whispered syllables; the complexity of the verbal morphology; the dominance of verbal structures over nominal ones; and the productive use of noun incorporation. The current work is based on two and a half decades of field work in the Wisconsin community of Oneidas where there are now fewer than a couple dozen native speakers remaining

states of New York and Wisconsin, and the Canadian province of Ontario.

states of New York and Wisconsin, and the Canadian province of Ontario. There is only a small handful of native speakers remaining today.

History 2. Proposed genetic affiliation of Oneida .

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A comparative study of Lake-Iroquoian Accent. Michelson, Karen (1988) · Kluwer Academic Publishers. Oneida Verb Morphology.

Oneida speakers were originally settled in New York State. They have seen been factionalized, and are now found in three different communities in New York State, Wisconsin, and Ontario, Canada. The division began with the influence of a number of missionaries in the late 18th century to the early 19th century who convinced many Oneida to either accept Christianity or maintain their more traditional Oneida beliefs.

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Abbott, Clifford, e. with Amos Christjohn and Maria Hinton. An Oneida dictionary. Appleton: Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin.

essential to any serious user of the dictionary, given that Oneida lexical and inflectional. morphology differs radically from that of English. Overall, the dictionary includes over 6,000 Oneida lexemes. Abbott, Clifford, e.

Oneida is an endangered language of the Iroquoian family of northeastern North America. Among its more notable structural features are: its relatively small phonemic inventory lacking in labials; its use of whispered syllables; the complexity of the verbal morphology; the dominance of verbal structures over nominal ones; and the productive use of noun incorporation. The current work is based on two and a half decades of field work in the Wisconsin community of Oneidas where there are now fewer than a couple dozen native speakers remaining. Other communities exist in Ontario and New York state where the language is similarly endangered. Despite the endangered status there is an oral literature, primarily in the rich ceremonial tradition. The community actively invests in language revitalization efforts and there is limited literacy in an orthography not more than a few decades old. Clifford Abbott is an associate professor in Information Sciences and in American Indian Studies at the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay. He has worked with the Wisconsin Oneida community since 1974 developing language revitalization materials. He has published articles on Oneida texts and structure as well as a dictionary in 1996. Outline of Oneida Grammar: Setting: related languages, the speech community Phonology: phonemics, suprasegmentals, whispering Morphology: word classes: formal and functional; verb morphology: prefix system, pronominal system, stem structure and stem classes, transitivity, tenseaspect suffixes, noun incorporation, noun morphology, possessive prefixes, suffixes, locatives, plurals, others particles: independent pronouns, interrogatives, adverbials, syntactic particles, discourse particles Syntax: basic structures, complex structures Text analysis Charts: prefix system, pronoun system, verb structure, tenseaspect suffixes Bibliography