Gros Ventre Dictionary, by Allan Taylor. (2 volumes plus stem index) $75, including shipping and handling. Copyright Gros Ventre Treaty Committee, 1994. Funded by National Endowment for the Humanities.
Gros Ventre Grammar Sketch, by Andrew Cowell, based on the work of Allan Taylor. 58 pp. $20, including shipping and handling.
Gros Ventre Place Names, based on the work of Allan Taylor, George Bird Grinnell, and Charles Buckman. Compiled by Andrew Cowell. Provides Gros Ventre/White Clay names for 74 locations, with linguistic analysis and translation. 19pp. $5, including shipping and handling.
Gros Ventre Student Dictionary, by Andrew Cowell with Terry Brockie and John Stiffarm, 2012. 60pp. $5.
Gros Ventre Student Reference Grammar, Part 1, by Andrew Cowell with Terry Brockie and John Stiffarm, 2012. 73pp. $5.
Let's Learn Arapaho, Enlarged Second Edition, by Andrew Cowell. Copyright CSILW 2009. 85 pp + 35pp answer key for exercizes. $15, including shipping and handling.
Download PDF files of both the workbook and the answer key for free.
Telling Stories: Arapaho Narrative Traditions, by Andrew Cowell and the Northern Arapaho Tribe. Copyright Wyoming Council for the Humanities, 2001. (46-minute VHS or CD-ROM video, with accompanying 44-page booklet, includes Arapaho-language narratives with English subtitles, discussion of stories). $25, including shipping and handling. Funded by Wyoming Council for the Humanities.
Modern Arapaho Narratives: Hinono'einoo3itoono. Told by Richard "Dickie" Moss. Edited by Alonzo Moss, Sr. and Andrew Cowell. Copyright Wyoming Council for the Humanities, 2006. (27 modern Arapaho narratives with English translation; includes introduction and glossary, as well as 3 CD-ROMs with Arapaho-language recording of the stories, 270pp). $30, including shipping and handling. Funded by Wyoming Council for the Humanities.
Arapaho Stories, History and Culture. Told by Mary Kate Underwood. Collected, transcribed, and translated by Andrew Cowell, Hartwell Francis, and Lisa Conathan, with the aid of several Arapaho elders. Copyright CSILW, 2010. 141pp + 2 CD-ROMS containing original recordings of the narratives in Arapaho. $25 including shipping and handling.
Dictionary of the Arapaho Language, Fourth Edition (2012)
Available with plastic binding for $15 from CSILW. Includes several hundred new words added since the 3rd edition (2003), especially words used in Oklahoma and new words recently created for new technology, Facebook, twitter, etc.
The Arapaho in Colorado: Nature and Culture. (Two CDs, with text, images, video, audio files, and animation. Topics include general introduction, narratives (mostly in English), plants and medicines, animals and birds, weather, constellations and and astronomy, and places. Hundreds of vocabulary items in Arapaho, with information on cultural importance and use) A colloborative project of Dr. Andrew Cowell and the Northern Arapaho Tribe. Copyright Northern Arapaho Tribe and CSILW. $15, including shipping and handling (sold as a set). Funded by National Park Service.
Arapaho Place Names. By Andrew Cowell and Alonzo Moss, Sr. 35pp. Provides Arapaho names (with translation) for 274 places throughout western US, most in Colorado, Wyoming, Oklahoma. $5 including shipping and handling.
Arapaho Narratives from Oklahoma, collected by Truman Michelson. Four booklets of stories collected in the early 20th century, retranscribed and retranslated from material in the National Anthropological Archives by Alonzo Moss, Sr. and Andrew Cowell; 6 mythological narratives (28pp); 6 trickster narratives (25pp); "Tangled Hair and Found-in-the Grass" (27pp); Arapaho-English glossary (18pp). Arapaho with English translations. $5 each, or $20 for all four, including shipping and handling. Funded by Endangered Language Fund, Yale University.
Arapaho Ghost Dance Songs. Collected by James Mooney and published in 1896. Retranscribed and analyzed by Andrew Cowell and Alonzo Moss, Sr. 75 songs total; 28pp. $5, including shipping and handling. Funded by Endangered Language Fund, Yale University.
Arapaho Song Texts. By Andrew Cowell and Alonzo Moss, Sr. Includes songs originally collected by other researchers, dating back to the early twentieth century, as well as songs collected by Cowell and Moss. Lists all types of Arapaho songs, with Arapaho name for the genre. Attempts to provide at least one example for each song type. 42 Arapaho-language songs, plus others with English gloss only. Includes retranscriptions and retranslations of earlier material, plus linguistic analyses. Also includes a section on Arapaho vocabulary for talking about songs and music, and an Arapaho-language narrative about song creation, wtih English translation. $5, including shipping and handling. Funded by Endangered Language Fund, Yale University.
Iowa-Otoe-Missouria/English Dictionary. By Jimm G. Good Tracks, copyright 1992, by Jimm G. Good Tracks. 287 pp. Distributed by CSILW. $35 including shipping and handling.
Lakhota Language Materials, by the CU Lakhota Project
(language learning materials, reader, accompanying cassette tapes).
Contact Cynthia Clark to order.