Nahuatl materials, Floyd G. Lounsbury Papers

English | Nahuatl (macrolanguage)
Grady, John M. | Lounsbury, Floyd Glenn | Law, Howard W. | McQuown, Norman A. | Alatriste, Pedro | Sebada Ramos, Elpidion
Linguistics | Puebla (Mexico : State)--History | Politics and government | Education | Agriculture | Economics | Religion | Kinship | Marriage customs and rites | Death--Philosophy
Text | Cartographic
Notebooks | Dictionaries | Field notes | Vocabularies
The Nahuatl materials in the Lounsbury Papers include a field notebook and photocopies from dictionaries in Series II, such as fieldnotes by John Grady in 1965 recorded in Huahuaxtla, Puebla. This can be found in the "Uto-Aztecan" section of Series II. The correspondence, in Series I, includes Howard Law's notes on kinship system of a Nahuatl dialect of southern Veracruz, Mexico, Norman McQuown's notes on classical Nahuatl.
Floyd G. Lounsbury Papers Mss.Ms.Coll.95