Advocates at Berkeley (language)

Endangered Languages Find Advocates at Berkeley

In a temperature-controlled room in Dwinelle Hall’s basement, almost a dozen gray metal cabinets hold paper notes from decades of field work in California’s endangered native languages: a speckled box of index cards that make up the only comparative dictionary of the Chumash languages, yellowed notebooks detailing Eastern Pomo vocabulary and manuscripts recording early research into the languages of the northern Sacramento valley.  Complete story @