Sources of Cherokee Language Data
This is a cited list of the lexical language resources that we use to identify and correlate words in a document. The list includes dictionaries and grammars written as early as the 18th century and as recent as the 2000s. Each citation is written generally following the APA style, like so:
Document ID: Last name, First name; ... (Year published). Title of the document. Number of words referenced.
- AC1995: (1995). Cherokee-English Language Reference Book. 6701 words.
- AG1836: (1836). A synopsis of the Indian tribes within the United States east of the Rocky Mountains, and in the British and Russian possessions in North America. 294 words.
- BB1797: (1797). New views of the origin of the tribes and nations of America. 20 words.
- BB1819: (1819). TSVLVKI SQCLVCLV. A Cherokee spelling book.. 2477 words.
- BH1784: (1784). Vocabulary of the Cherokee and Choctaw languages. 169 words.
- CRG: (2016). Cherokee Reference Grammar.
- DB1884: (1884). Antiquities of the Cherokee Indians: Compiled from the Collection of Rev. Daniel Sabin Buttrick, Their Missionary from 1817 to 1847 as Published in the Indian Chieftain. 68 words.
- DC1800: (1800). Vocabulary of the Cherokee language. 277 words.
- DF1975: (1975). Cherokee–English Dictionary. 3769 words.
- DF2003: (2003). A handbook of the Cherokee verb: a preliminary study. 1073 words.
- JA1775: (1775). The history of the American Indians. 428 words.
- JDB1771: (1771). Report of the general survey in the southern district of North America. 380 words.
- JH1823: (1823). The natural and aboriginal history of Tennessee : up to the first settlements therein by the white people, in the year 1768. 101 words.
- JM1887: (1887). Vocabularies. 1252 words.
- PF1975: (1975). Outline of Cherokee grammar. 655 words.
- TAOC: (2016). Tone and Accent in Oklahoma Cherokee.
- TS1822: (1822). Account of an expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains, performed in the years 1819 and ‘20, by order of the Hon. J. C. Calhoun, Sec’y of War: under the command of Major Stephen H. Long. From the notes of Major Long, Mr. T. Say, and other gentlemen of the exploring party.. 92 words.
- WP1796: (1796). Cherokee vocabulary in Department of Interior schedule. 18 words.