|Title||Willem de Reuse Han Texts Collection|
|Description:||Han Field notes and stories with guides.
There are 20 photocopied notebooks. HN006R-01-01 through HN006R-02-20. HN006R-02-21 through HN006R-03-22 are Han stories and indexes to the stories.
HN006R-02-21: Story of a trip to Ts'ezhoo Mountain in 1939 by Louise Paul.
HN006R-02-22: Annotated story, English and Han interlinear translation.
HN006R-02-23: Raven and Girl by Louise Paul. Transcribed by Ruth Ridley. September 3, 2008.
HN006R-02-24: Raven and Fish Duck story by Louise Paul. Annotated by Willem deReuse and Ruth Ridley. September 4, 2008.
HN006R-02-25: Muskrat and Beaver story by Louise Paul. Annotated by Willem deReuse and Ruth Ridley. September 5, 2008.
HN006R-02-26: Two Brothers (Story I) by Louise Paul. Annotated by Willem deReuse and Ruth Ridley. September 5, 2008.
HN006R-02-27: Two Brothers (Story II) by Louise Paul. Annotated by Willem deReuse and Ruth Ridley. September 6, 2008.
HN006R-02-28: Man Marries Bear by Louise Paul. Annotated by Willem deReuse. September 7, 2008.
HN006R-02-29: Story of Duurah by Louise Paul. Annotated by Willem deReuse, Ruth Ridley. August 2008.
HN006R-02-30: Man in the Moon by Louise Paul. Annotated by Ruth Ridley. July 2007.
HN006R-02-31: Ch'eja'/Cannibal Stories (3 stories) by Louise Paul. Annotated by Willem deReuse and Ruth Ridley. August 2008.
HN006R-02-32: Nehchinn Hizhah story by Louise Paul. Toned with Ruth Ridley. August 23, 2008.
HN006R-02-33: Wolverine story by Louise Paul. Annotated by Willem deReuse. September 11, 2008.
HN006R-02-34: Trip to Git Choo Njik by Louise Paul. Annotated by Willem deReuse and Ruth Ridley, transcribed by Louise Paul and John Ritter. September 12, 2008.
HN006R-02-35: Nehenkik compiled and translated by Edward Roberts and Doris Roberts, May 1999. Transcribed by Angie Joseph-Rear. Copy is a compilation effort by Willem deReuse.
HN006R-03-01: Story of Duurah told by Louise Paul to John Ritter. Transcribed by Ruth Ridley. March/April 2007.
HN006R-03-02: Fairbanks Daily Newsminer paper article, "New dictionary seeks to preserver endangered Han language." November 6, 2006.
HN006R-03-03: Han Literacy Session. Whitehorse, Yukon. December 7,8,9, 1994. YNLC.
HN006R-03-04: Han Literacy Session. Dawson City, Yukon. June 2,3,4, 1993. Whitehorse, Yukon. December 8,9,10 1993. YNLC.
HN006R-03-05: Han Literacy Session. Whitehorse, Yukon. December 7-9, 2004. YNLC.
HN006R-03-06: Tr'ondek Hwech'in. Han Language Session - July 10-13, 2007. Moosehide Village.
HN006R-03-07: Han Literacy Session. Whitehorse, Yukon. June 1-3, 2004. YNLC.
HN006R-03-08: Thtedawdlin Huch'in. Han Literacy Session 1. Charlie Hall, Eagle Village AK. August 7-9, 2007.
HN006R-03-09: "Moosehide language camp attracts Eagle elders, smiles." In Kentra Tay Issue 5 Vol. 7, August 2007.
HN006R-03-10: Complete placename files. Various sources.
HN006R-03-11: Excerpt from Tr'ondek Hwech'in, October 13 and 14, 2007. Han language program report.
HN006R-03-12: "A treasury of Han sentences." Conversations and sentences.
HN006R-03-13: Dialogues and other short texts from Han, from John Ritter's workshops.
HN006R-03-14: Sentences written by Louise Paul. Ms. xerox.
HN006R-03-15: Practice sentences from Louise (Paul).
HN006R-03-16: Verb paradigms. Provided to John Ritter by Ruth Ridley, December 26, 2002. YNLC tape.
HN006R-03-17: Lord's Prayer. Han language, by Louise Paul. Transcribed by Ruth Ridley.
HN006R-03-18: Han Literacy Session. Whitehorse, Yukon. March 4,5,6, 1998. YNLC.
HN006R-03-19: Field notes by Kathy Joy Las. Speaker Ruth Ridley, in Eagle, AK August 10-14, 2007.
HN006R-03-20: Man Marries Bear. Story by Louise Paul. English translation. [Tape 3].
HN006R-03-21: Wolverine Story told by Louise Paul to John Ritter.
HN006R-03-22: Story of a Trip to Ts'ezhoo Mountain in 1939. (cleaner version).
HN006R-03-23: Han Literacy Session. Whitehose, Yukon. Whitehorse, Yukon. December 7-8, 2005. YNLC.
HN006R-03-24: The People's Trail: Traveling in Dempster Country.
|Comments||Collection is broken up into 3 boxes. The first set of numbers is the box number, the second is the item number.
The material consists of photocopies of 20 field notebooks by Willem de Reuse. Notebooks 1-9 were written between August and October, 2006. Notebooks 10-16 were written between August and October, 2007. Notebooks 17-20 represent the 2008 field work. There are also texts by Louise Paul and audio recordings.
De Reuse uses his own spelling forms that can act as a bridge between the Alaskan and Canadian systems.
|Citation||HN006R-03-14 - HN006R-03-15 are xeroxes from Ethel Beck's papers. Originals are housed with her in Eagle, AK.|
de Reuse, Willem Joseph (author)
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