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Nivkh
Alternate forms: Gilyak
Language(s): Nivkh | English
Date: 1934
Subject: Kinship
Type:Text
Extent: 18 pages
Description: There is one Nivkh item in the ACLS collection, item ASG.1 "Gilyak Kinship". It contains kinship charts and descriptions of kinship terminology, derived from work by Lev Sternberg. It is signed "I.G.", possibly Irving Goldman.
Collection: ACLS Collection (American Council of Learned Societies Committee on Native American Languages, American Philosophical Society) (Mss.497.3.B63c)

Nivkh
Alternate forms: Gilyak
Language(s): English | Russian | Nivkh
Date: 1933-1971, undated
Type:Text
Extent: 2 folders, 9 items
Description: The Nivkh ("Gilyak" within the finding aid) materials in the Floyd Lounsbury Papers concern kinship. Series I contains correspondence with Lydia Black. Series II, Kinship subseries contains Lounsbury's handwritten notes on several papers by other scholars, within a folder titled "Gilyak".
Collection: Floyd G. Lounsbury Papers (Mss.Ms.Coll.95)

Evenki | Yupik, Siberian | Tofa | Soyot | Chukchi | Nivkh | Yukaghir | Samoyed | Yeniseian | Koryak | Sakha | Kerek
Language(s): English | Russian
Date: 1924, ca. 1928
Extent: 27 p., 24 photographic prints, 2 sketches
Description: This guide entry only describes broad Siberian materials. Chukchi and Nivkh materials in the ACLS collection have their own dedicated guide entries. "Catalogue of phonograph records from the Jesup North Pacific Expedition" (item AsPa.2) briefly details Waldemar Jochelson and Waldemar Bogoras' documented phonograph recordings during the Jesup expedition, which may include those housed at the Archives of Traditional Music, Indiana. "The Study of Paleoasiatic and Tunguse languages in the USSR for the last ten years (1918-1928)" (item AsPa.1) describes programs of institutions in the USSR that included bringing students from various areas of Siberia to Leningrad. "Photographs and brief essays on "Paleoasiatic tribes of the hills of Uryankai" and "The Manegher"" (item 36) contains brief descriptions by Bogoras of Soyot, Karagass (Tofa?) and Manegher/манегры (Evenki) peoples, based on descriptions of expeditions by D. K. Solovyev in 1913 and 1915-1916 to the Amur River and the Sayan mountains. It includes several sets of photographs, assumed to be from these expeditions, and mentions the existence of hundreds of other photographs, artifacts and film reels.
Collection: ACLS Collection (American Council of Learned Societies Committee on Native American Languages, American Philosophical Society) (Mss.497.3.B63c)