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Año - YearInformación del Libro - Book informationLocalización - Location
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1653bHistoria 15. Memoryas Para la Historia de la Provincia de Synaloa.
Carta Annua de la Mission de San Ygnacio de los Rios de Hiaqui y Mayo; ano de mil seiscientos cincquenta y très.
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Vocabulario de la lengua opata o tequima (Burrus-Pradeau, s.f.,p.21) por el jesuita español AZPILCUETA, Martin
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Compendio de la doctrina cristiana en opata (Zambrano, 1961, IV, pp.750-765) por misionero jesuita CASTAÑO, Bartolomé
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Geografia mapa, informe sobre los seris, varios vocabularios sobre las lenguas eudeve, pima y seri (Burrus, s.f.,4) Relato del viaje de Cádiz a México, México, 1687. Por misionero jesuita GILG, adamo de Rymarov, Moravia.
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Dos libros sobre los diferentes idiomas de la provincia de Sonora (Zambrano, 1961, XVI, pp. 62-63) por jesuita LOAIZA Francisco
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1656Jesuitas (Fichero n-7). Catalogo de la Gente de Confession, que se halla en estas Provincias, Ano de 1656.
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1712Florilegio Medicinal, Amsterdam, 1719, Madrid, 1730 y 1755, México 1887. Por jesuita STEINHOFFER Johanes de Moravia, Jihlava
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1792[Discursos en Opata].
Author: Francisco Antonio Barbastro; William Gates; Bancroft Library.; Edward E. Ayer Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library); Newberry Library.
Publisher: [approximately 1792]

Summary:
Photographic reproduction of a compilation of sermons, confessionary litany, catechisms, prayers, and vocabulary in Opata and Spanish, prepared by Father Francisco Antonio Barbastro, probably around 1792, for use at the mission in Aconchi.
https://www.worldcat.org/title/discursos-en-opata/oclc/36436470
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1775Discourses in Opata with a short vocabulary, 1775
Item — Box: 87, Folder: 8-9Identifier: MSS 279 Series 9 Sub-Series 17 Sub-Series 1
http://archives.lib.byu.edu/repositories/14/archival_objects/54197
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1777Carta edificante histórico-curiosa, escrita desde la misión de Santa María de Bacerac en los fines de Sonora..., 1777.
Angel Antonio. Nuñez
https://arizona-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/primo-explore/fulldisplay?docid=01UA_ALMA51536218780003843&context=L&vid=01UA&lang=en_US&tab=default_tab&query=any,contains,opata
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Arte de la lengua hegue, compuesta por el padre Balthasar de Loaysa de la Compañía de Jesús, es un volumen de 166 páginas que actualmente se encuentra en la Bibliothèque Nationale de Paris. Aunque en el mismo título se da crédito al padre Loaysa (1608-1672), dentro del libro hay una parte atribuida al misionero Alonso Victoria (1631-1686).

Esta gramatica fue llevada de Mexico a Paris por Ignacio Altamirano quien la obtuvo del
Padre Fischer capellan del Emperador Maximiliano y que la cedio a Eugene Goupil.
(Boban)

E Aubin. Goupil.
F Boban, E.: t. II, pag. 499-500. Omont, H.: pag. 57.
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1787Jacobo Ugarte y Loyola a Antonio Cordero, Juan Bautista Perul letters concerning frontier military affairshttp://uair.library.arizona.edu/item/224961
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1794Juan Bautista Peruto various people. Copies of Peru's letters, September-October, 1784.http://uair.library.arizona.edu/general-subjects/military?page=141
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1800Author Barbastro, Francisco Antonio, 1734-1800.
Title Sermones, confesionario breve, catecismo breve, oraciones, vocabulario breve ... en la lengua Opata : ms., [ca. 1800?].
https://www.worldcat.org/title/sermones-confesionario-breve-catecismo-breve-oraciones-vocabulario-breve-en-la-lengua-opata-ms-ca-1800/oclc/84912967
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1800[Barbastro, Francisco Antonio] ca. 1725-1800. Religious materials in the Opata language.
438 p. A?Ms. 21 cm. HHB [M-M 483]
A vocabulary and religious topics in the Opata language prepared for use in the Aconchi mission. Contains sermons, a brief confessionary litany, a catechism, and prayers. Attributed to Fray Francisco in a note by Pinart. Incomplete.
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1816NENTVIG, JUAN BAUTISTA, 1713-1768
Letters. 1764-1767.
26 exp. (On film) [M-M 1816]
Letters from Nentuig to Father Provincial Francisco Zeballos, Salvador de la Gándara, or the Marqués de Croix, from Opata, Ures and Guásavas.
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1827SONORAN INDIAN DOCUMENTS. MEXICO. FEBRUARY 9, 1825-MAY 11, 1827
20 folders in portfolio (84 p.) L.S. and D. 21-32 cm. HHB [M-M 495]
Collection relating principally to Yaqui and Opata disturbances in Sonora, and to Christianization of the Indians in the Gila River area; written primarily in Sonora. Contains 20 items which may be grouped as follows:
1. Urrea, Mariano de, 1765-1852. Item nos. 1, 4. Letters. Arispe (Sonora, Mexico). February 9-March 21, 1825. Two letters to Vice Governor Iriarte of Occidente, concerning the desire of the Gila River Indians for missionary instruction; one accompanied by a letter to Urrea from Pedro Ríos on the same subject, and the other with three enclosures (list of Pima settlements showing population, copy of letter to Urrea from Fray Francisco González, and list of Indian officials recognized by the Comandancia General).
2. Iriarte, Francisco, d. 1832. Item nos. 2, 3, 5, 6. Correspondence. Sonora, Mexico. February 21-April 24, 1825. Two letters, possibly drafts, from Iriarte, addressed respectively to the Congress and to Urrea, concerning transmittal to the Congress of Urrea's letter on the need for missionaries; and two letters

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addressed to Iriarte, one from Tomás de Escalante and Luis Martínez de Vea on the same subject, the other from Ignacio Samaniego on Opata disturbances.
3. Elías González, Simón, 1772-1841. Item nos. 7, 9-16. Correspondence. Mexico. April 27-August 5, 1825. Includes four letters evidently from Governor Elías González regarding the threats of Opata Indian uprisings at Sahuaripa, Arivechi, San Antonio de la Huerta, and the mining camp of Jesús María; measures for protection of these places; cessation of the threat; and information of the Gila River Indians. There are also five communications to Elías González regarding the Sonoran Indians: a request on behalf of the President for information on the Indians; a letter on the Opata threat; a letter transmitting Presidential messages on navigation and colonization along the Colorado, pacification of the Sonoran Indians and the Indian practice of selling children into slavery; a letter dealing with measures to control the Opatas; and a confidential letter from Pedro de Aguayo, Mayor of Sahuaripa, concerning abandonment of plans for an Opata uprising and the disappearance of the Indian leader Solano.
4. Lumbier, Rafael. Item no. 8. Correspondence. Sonora, Mexico. June 1-4, 1825. Four letters (copies) written by or to Lumbier, concerning movements of hostile Opatas. First letter erroneously dated "1823" in copy.
https://books.google.com/books?id=Ti0U5nIHce8C&pg=PA227&lpg=PA227&dq=SONORAN+INDIAN+DOCUMENTS.+MEXICO.+FEBRUARY+9,+1825&source=bl&ots=jYOwxgr0IC&sig=ACfU3U0OoTRLyOZajUdPVc65c84yHPfZLg&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiCgdrlxOvqAhUFlXIEHUdDD08Q6AEwD3oECAoQAQ#v=onepage&q=SONORAN%20INDIAN%20DOCUMENTS.%20MEXICO.%20FEBRUARY%209%2C%201825&f=false
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1832Folder 4: Brodie's Journal, Mexico, May 13-August 7(?), 1832. Continuation of the account concerning the 1832 trip from Guadalajara, which was extended to Guaymas and Chinapa; describes the Indians of the region, notably the Yaquis and Opatas, and mentions fellow travelers. 51 p. and a carbon copy.https://oac.cdlib.org/ark:/28722/bk0005s659w/?brand=oac4
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1851Opata (Eudeve) Vocabulary
John R. Bartlett
National Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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1852Baptismal register of Yaquis, Opatas, Pimas, 1773-1825 : Hermosillo : ms., 1878 Nov. 23
Pinart, A. L. (Alphonse Louis), 1852-1911
https://researchworks.oclc.org/archivegrid/archiveComponent/214931929
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1860[Discourses in Opata, with a section of phrases and a short vocabulary] of about 1860.
Author: Francisco Antonio Barbastro
Edition/Format: Manuscript Archival Material : Central American Indian [Other]
https://www.worldcat.org/title/discourses-in-opata-with-a-section-of-phrases-and-a-short-vocabulary-of-about-1860/oclc/16957204
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1870Marietti, Petro. 1870. Oratio dominica in CLL lingvas versa. Roma: Typographei S. Consilii de Propaganda Fide. 343pp.
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1876Vocabulario de la lengua Oputo
Authors:
Luna, Felipe S.
Publication Date:
1876
Physical Description:
Originals : [29] leaves ; 19 cm.; Copies : partial microfilm reel (21 exposures) : negative (Rich. 403:11) and positive.
Abstract:
Summary: Opata vocabulary and phrase book, in several handwritings, with name of Luna, compiler or user, on cover and elsewhere.
https://www.worldcat.org/title/vocabulario-de-la-lengua-oputo-sic-ms-1876/oclc/26643300&referer=brief_results
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1876Vocabulario del dialecto Hehúe de la lengua Opata : ADS, 1878 Dec. 11-21.
Pinart, A. L. (Alphonse Louis), 1852-1911
Physical Description:
Originals : 15 p. ; 32 cm.; Copies : partial microfilm reel (10 exposures) : negative (Rich. 403:12) and positive.
Abstract:
Summary: Copy of an Opata-Spanish vocabulary, based upon information supplied orally to Pinart by an unidentified person, possibly Antonio Ruiz, through the Indian interpreter Rosa Tecla. Includes explanatory notes by Dr. Henry F. Dobyns, 1958 Jan 24.
https://www.worldcat.org/title/vocabulario-del-dialecto-hehue-de-la-lengua-opata-ads-1878-dec-11-21/oclc/215225856
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1878Vocabulario del dialecto hehue de la lengua opata interprete por la indita Rosa Tecla, Sinoquippe, Rio de Sonora.
Alphonse Pinart
Ms. Bancroft Library
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1879Vocabulario de la lengua Opata - Dialecto Tehuima
Authors: Balbastro, Pablo, Compiler
Pinart, A. L. (Alphonse Louis), 1852-1911
Abstract:
Summary: Vocabulary of the Tehuima dialect of the Opata language. Title page written and signed by Alphonse L. Pinart, Feb. 22, 1879, at Aconchi. Contents partially in Pinart's handwriting
Physical Description:
Originals : [87] leaves ; 32 cm.; Copies : partial microfilm reel : negative (Rich. 403:12) and positive.
Call No.
BANC MSS M-M 485
BANC MSS M-M 483-493 FILM
https://www.worldcat.org/title/vocabulario-de-la-lengua-opata-dialecto-tehuima-ms/oclc/27007266
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BRODIE, JOHN PRINGLE, 1807-1869
Journals and Related Material. 1824-1919.
5 folders in portfolio. (Typescripts) 28 cm. [M-M 1707:1-5]
Brodie's journals and notes, with relevant letters, grouped as follows:
Folder 4: Brodie's Journal, Mexico, May 13-August 7(?), 1832. Continuation of the account concerning the 1832 trip from Guadalajara, which was extended to Guaymas and Chinapa; describes the Indians of the region, notably the Yaquis and Opatas, and mentions fellow travelers. 51 p. and a carbon copy.
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1931Vocabulario de la lengua opata
Pablo Balcastro
Ms. Bancroft Library
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1939Fray Marcos and the golden dream. Desert Magazine, Vol. 2, no. 6 (April), pp. 3-6. El Centro, California, Deser Publishing Company.
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1950Johnson, J. B. 1950. The Opata. Univ. New Mex. Publ. Anth. 6. 1-50.
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1950Algunas observaciones acerca de la lengua Opata o Teguima; Rica en vocablos de interes para el estudio de la flora y de la fauna regionales
J. Ignacio Davila Garibi
Mexico: Cultura
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1954JOHNSON, Jean Bassett and JOHNSON, Irmgard W. de. 1954. Opata: dialect of Tonichi, Sonora. Vocabularies of languages of the Uto-Aztecan family, collected by Harold Key. Microfilm Collection, #38. Ed. by Harold Key, ed.. 390-397. Chicago: .
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Collected by Harold Key - Micro Collection, # 38 390-397. Chicago
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1954Intercultural relations in the greater Southwest. American Anthropologist, Vol. 56, no. 4 (August), pp. 645-656. Menasha, Wisconsin, American Anthropological Association.
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1969Hinton, Thomas B. (1969). "Remnant Tribes in Sonora: Opata, Pima, Papago, and Seri." In Handbook of Middle American Indians, edited by Robert Wauchope. Vol. 8, Ethnology,
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1969Remmant tribes of Sonora: Opata, Pima, Papago, and Seri. In Handbook of Middle American Indians, Vol. 8, Ethnology, part 2, edited by Evon Z. Vogt, pp. 879-888. Austin, University of Texas Press.
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1973The comparative ethnology of northern Mexico before 1750
Beals, Ralph L. (Ralph Leon), 1901-1985.
1973
https://www.worldcat.org/title/comparative-ethnology-of-northern-mexico-before-1750/oclc/2704436
worldcat.org/title/tres-estudios-sobre-ceramica-historica/oclc/948329694&referer=brief_results
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1977Ibero-Americana, Volumes 6-12
Carl Ortwin Sauer
Editor: Carl Ortwin Sauer
Publisher: University of California Press., 1977
Original from the University of Wisconsin - Madison
Digitized: Aug 4, 2011
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1979Lionnet, Andrés. 1979. El lexico del eudeve. Mimeography. Friends of Uto-Aztecan Working Conference, Instituto de Investigaciones Antropologicas, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, June 23
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1980Comparative vocabulary, in the languages of the Pima, Papago and Opata tribes.
Buckingham Smith, 1850-1980,
National Anthrpological Archives, Smithsonian Museum
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1982Wence Angel, Jorge (1982). Los opatas y los jovas. Mexico City: Instituto Nacional Indigenista.
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1983Southern periphery: west. In Handbook of North American Indians, edited by Williams C. Sturtevent, Vol. 10, Southwest, Edited by Alfonso Ortiz, pp. 315-328. Washingtong, Smithsonian Institution.
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1986La UNAM publicó en 1986 el libro Un idioma extinto de Sonora: el eudeve, de Andrés Lionnet, donde se dan los datos de esa gramática y vocabulario.https://www.worldcat.org/title/idioma-extinto-de-sonora-el-eudeve/oclc/18404813
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1989Fournier García, Patricia. Tres estudios sobre cerámica histórica / Patricia Fournier, María de Lourdes Fournier, Eduardo Silva. 1. ed. México, D.F. : Dirección de Monumentos Prehispánicos, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, 1989.
93 p. : ill., maps ; 27 cm.
F1346 .F69 1989
ISBN: 9686068260
https://www.worldcat.org/title/tres-estudios-sobre-ceramica-historica/oclc/948329694&referer=brief_results

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1990sÓpata materials, Jane M. Rosenthal Papers
Description: Throughout the 1990s, Jane Rosenthal conducted research at the Archivo General de Mexico and Newberry Library of Chicago on the life and work of Natal Lombardo. This included researching and attempting to produce a facsimile of his “Arte de la Lengua Teguima”, and identifying one document, previously attributed to him, to actually be of Eudeve by Balthasar Xavier Loaysa. Two publications resulted from this. Materials surrounding this include research notes and xeroxes of source materials (Series 2 Subseries 3; Series 5), correspondence (Series 1; Series 5), and digital materials (Series 9). See the description of Series 2 Subseries 3 for more details.
Collection: Jane M. Rosenthal Papers (Mss.Ms.Coll.129)
https://search.amphilsoc.org/collections/view?docId=ead/Mss.Ms.Coll.129-ead.xml
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1995The Opata-Pima frontier: preliminary notes and comments.
En The Gran Chichimeca: Essays on the Archaeology and Ethnohistory of Northern Mesoamerica,
Jonathan E. Reyman ed., pp. 252–268. Worldwide Archaeology Series No. 12. Avebury Press, Aldershot.
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2001de Wolf, Paul P. 2001. Eudeve and Opata: A Reassessment of their Classification. In José Luis Moctezuma Zamarrón and Jane H. Hill (eds.), Avances y balances de lenguas yutoaztecas; homenaje a Wick R. Miller, 234-265. México: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia.
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2007Title Las fiestas tradicionales y populares en Sonora
Publisher Universidad de Sonora, 2004
Original from University of Texas
Digitized Sep 14, 2007
ISBN 9706892354, 9789706892355
Length 469 pages
https://www.worldcat.org/title/fiestas-tradicionales-y-populares-en-sonora-xiv-simposio-de-la-sociedad-sonorense-de-historia-ac/oclc/656738323
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2007Materiales para la historia de Sonora
Rafael Pérez Taylor, Miguel Ángel Paz Frayre
UNAM, 2007 - Mexico - 467 pages
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The Opata language
Historical Magazine
5:236
New York
English-Opata vocabulary.
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2008Bacerac: visión retrospectiva de mi origen y su gente
Victor Manuel Loreto Dorame
ISSSTESON (Sonora, Mexico)
ISSSTESON, 2008
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2010
Religión, nación y territorio en los imaginarios sociales indígenas de Sonora, 1767-1940
Esperanza Donjuan Espinoza
https://arizona-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/f/1cpqm3u/01UA_ALMA51715441520003843
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Lombardo/Opata facsimile project
1992-2001 box 2

Correspondence with several people (including Ignacio Guzman Betancourt, Roberto Escalante, Earl of Crawford and Balcarres, "Robin", Kay Read, Rosa Herminia Yanez Rosales, Susanna Cueves Suarez, Bob Karrow, and Ann Matheson) concerning the Natal Lombardo/Opata facsimile project ("the study, edition and publication of" Lombardo's Arte de la Lengua Teguima) with Ignacio Guzman. Some in Spanish. Initiation of the project was in 1997 when Rosenthal met Roberto Escalante of the INAH, Mexico. Includes Rosenthal's itinerary, May 2001.

Separated material: 6 3.5" floppy disks are in the Digital Materials series.
https://search.amphilsoc.org/collections/view?docId=ead/Mss.Ms.Coll.129-ead.xml
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AGN Manuscript & Lombardo
ca.1991-2000 box 6

Notes, source materials, drafts and correspondence culminating in two closely-related works: "Natal Lombardo, Jesuit Missionary and Linguist of Sonora". Paper given at the International Congress of Americanists, New Orleans, 1991; and "Identifying a Fragment of Vocabulary – AGN Manuscript AHH Temporalidades". In Eugene Casad et al. (eds.) Uto-Aztecan: Structural, Temporal, and Geographic Perspectives, 2000, pp. 333-341. "The Vocabulary Fragment" was a paper delivered at the 1997 Friends of Uto Aztecan meeting in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico, as a prior version of the 2000 publication. More related materials may be found in the Works by Others series. The first paper summarizes findings on the life and research of Natal Lombardo, referencing a manuscript assumed to be composed by Lombardo and assumed to be of Opata. The second paper investigates and debunks these assumptions, concluding it to instead be Eudeve and written by Balthasar Xavier Loaysa.


Subject(s): Ópata language
https://search.amphilsoc.org/collections/view?docId=ead/Mss.Ms.Coll.129-ead.xml
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AGN Manuscript & Lombardo: Eudeve and Opata vocabularies
1998 box 6

Handwritten notes and correspondence (David Shaul) relating to Eudeve and Opata. Two short lexica.
https://search.amphilsoc.org/collections/view?docId=ead/Mss.Ms.Coll.129-ead.xml
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Coon, Roger B.: "A Phonology of Southern Eudeve"
box 12

B.A. thesis.


Subject(s): Ópata language
https://search.amphilsoc.org/collections/view?docId=ead/Mss.Ms.Coll.129-ead.xml
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Shaul, David: "Eudeve Morphosyntax: An Overview"
1988 box 16

Draft manuscript of the 1991 publication. Includes 2 pages of handwritten notes (likely by Shaul) and related correspondence inviting Rosenthal to work on the language.


Subject(s): Ópata language
https://search.amphilsoc.org/collections/view?docId=ead/Mss.Ms.Coll.129-ead.xml
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Various floppy disks
ca.1996-2000 box 23

Disks are titled: "Word (Microsoft)", "Jane's Sonoran Cognates (From W. Miller)", "Sonoran Cognate Sets (Wick Miller)", "Data Disk JMR [Jane Rosenthal] Aztec", "Data Disk 2 - BU created 10/21/87 lost Just-So Handout -> Nah.Dir.Sufs FUAWC [Friends of Uto-Aztecan Working Conference] '96", and "Sonoran Sets from KD Backup".

Separated material: Separated from Correspondence: "Lombardo/Opata facsimile project".
https://search.amphilsoc.org/collections/view?docId=ead/Mss.Ms.Coll.129-ead.xml
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Temporalidades 333-141. Copia de un fragmento de vocabulario de alguna lengua indígena [Opata} de Mexico.Archivo Histórico de Hacienda, Mexico City
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