Bay Miwok

Bay Miwok
ISO 639-3 Code : mkq
ISO 639-2/B Code : -
ISO 639-2/T Code : -
ISO 639-1 Code : -
Scope : Individual
Language Type : Extinct

Names of Languages ISO 639-3 . 2013.

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  • Bay Miwok — infobox ethnic group group = Bay Miwok People caption = Mount Diablo, is in the homeland of the Bay Miwok, and figures in their legends and myths. poptime = 1770: 1,700 1850: not known 1880: not known popplace = California: Contra Costa County… …   Wikipedia

  • Bay Miwok — noun a) A division of the Miwok people, who resided east of the San Francisco Bay. b) The Utian (Penutian) language spoken by this people. See Also: Valley Miwok …   Wiktionary

  • Miwok people — Total population 1770: over 11,000 1910: 670 1930: 491 current: 3,500[1] Regions with significant p …   Wikipedia

  • Miwok — House, Yosemite National Park, California, USA …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Miwok languages — Miwok Miw·yk Ethnicity: Miwok Geographic distribution: California, western slopes of Sierra Nevada Linguistic classification: Yok Utian …   Wikipedia

  • Miwok — Infobox Ethnic group caption = A Sierra Miwok cedar bark umuucha cabin reproduction in Yosemite Valley. [Craig D. Bates Museum Anthropology 17(2):13 (June 1993)] group = Miwok People poptime = 1770: over 11,000 1910: 670 1930: 491 popplace =… …   Wikipedia

  • Miwok — /mee wok/, n., pl. Miwoks, (esp. collectively) Miwok for 1. 1. a member of an American Indian people formerly living in several noncontiguous areas of California north of San Francisco Bay and eastward from the San Joaquin Sacramento delta to the …   Universalium

  • Miwok de la baie — Saclan Saclan Parlée aux  États Unis Région  Californie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Miwok Airways — is a on demand short distance airline based in Burlingame, California. The business is to open by the end of October 2008. It is similar to an air taxi service, but instead of a flat charge per flight, Miwok charges per seat, with ticket prices… …   Wikipedia

  • Miwok mythology — A coyote. The mythology of the Miwok Native Americans are myths of their world order, their creation stories and how things came to be created. Miwok myths suggest their spiritual and philosophical world view. In several different creation… …   Wikipedia