In Honor of Laurence C. Thompson

CONTENTS: PART 1: SALISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE Pamela T. Amoss Hair of the Dog: Unraveling Pre-contact Coast Salish Social Stratifi- cation Barry F. Carlson Strong and Weak Root Inchoatives in Spokane Ewa Czaykowska-Higgins The Phonology and Semantics of CVC Reduplication in Moses-Columbian Salish Ivy Doak Discourse Use of the Coeur d'Alene -st(u)- Transitivizer Brent Galloway Nooksack Reduplication Thom Hess A Schema for the Presentation of Lushootseed Verb Stems Dell Hymes In Need of a Wife: Clara Pearson's `Split-His-(Own)-Head' M. Dale Kinkade Salishan Words for `Person, Human, Indian, Man' Aert H. Kuipers Irregular Stress in Shuswap Andrea Laforet, Nancy J. Turner, and Annie York Traditional Foods of the Fraser Canyon N¨ekpmx Anthony Mattina (V)C2 Reduplication in Colville-Okanagan, with Historical Notes Jay Miller and Vi Hilbert Caring for Control: A Pivot of Salishan Language and Culture Timothy Montler Relative Clauses and Other Attributive Constructions in Saanich Ross Saunders and Philip W. Davis Natural Aspect in Bella Coola M. Terry Thompson and Steven M. Egesdal Annie York's Push-Back-Sides-of-His-Hair (Nik©ik©n©nct): A Traditional Thompson River Salish Legend with Commentary Nile Robert Thompson An Analysis of Diachronic Denasalization in Twana Jan P. van Eijk CVC Reduplication and Infixation in Lillooet

The Honoree

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Language Vol. 71 No. 1, 1995, pp. 205-06. Reviewed by Catherine Rudin, Wayne State College.
International Journal of American Linguistics Vol. 63 No. 4, 1997, pp. 522-26. Reviewed by Donna B. Gerdts, Simon Fraser University.

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