A Dictionary and Text Corpus of the Karuk Language

Mrs. Bennett


Mrs. Bennett was living in Ka'tim'îin in 1902 when she worked with the anthropologist A. L. Kroeber. She gave him a lot of information about Karuk, and told him at least one story in the language, as well as several other stories that were later published in English in Kroeber's Karok Myths (1980): "Mountain Lion Remarries", "Kingfisher Snitches Food", "Grass Snake Smokes", and "Bluejay Doctors".

Texts associated with Mrs. Bennett

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Year Title Text ID
1903   "Screech Owl and Coyote" ALK_14-35