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Table S1. Language sources

North Australia (AUS):


Family

Subgroup

Language

Sources

Nyulnyulan

Western

Bardi

Aklif 1999; Bowern 2003, 2004a

Nyulnyul

McGregor 1988; Nekes & Worms 1953/2006

Nimanburru

Peile 1966-1967

Eastern

Ngumbarl

Bates 1904

Yawuru

Appleby et al. 1998; Hosokawa 1988, 1994

Nyikina

Stokes 1982; Stokes, Johnston & Marshall 1992

Warrwa

McGregor 1994-1995; Nekes & Worms 1953/2006

Bunuban




Bunuba

Rumsey 2000

Gooniyandi

McGregor 1990

Jaragan




Gajirrabeng

Mirima Language Centre

Miriwoong

Kofod 1978

Kija

Blythe 2001

Pama-Nyungan

Marrngu

Mangala

Hudson 1973; Vaszolyi 1972

Northern Mangarla

O'Grady 1967

Northern Nyangumarta

McKelson 1989b

Nyangumarta

Nekes & Worms 1953/2006; O'Grady 1964; Sharp 2004

Karajarri

McKelson 1989a; Nekes & Worms 1953/2006

Ngumpin-Yapa

Walmajarri

Richards & Hudson 1990, Hudson 1978

Mudburra

Breen 1991

Gurindji

McConvell fieldnotes

Jaru

Tsunoda 1981, Kimberley Language Resource Centre 1992

Yolŋu

Djapu

Morphy 1983

Djinaŋ

Waters 1980, 1983, 1989

Dhaŋu

Schebeck 2001; Zorc 1986

Dhuwala (Gupapuyŋu)

Lowe 1960/1996; Zorc 1986

Yan-nhaŋu

Bowern fieldnotes

Ritharrŋu

Heath 1981a

Karnic

Yandruwandha

Breen 2004

Mount Freeling Diyari

Gason 1886

Arabana

Hercus 1994

Diyari

Austin 1981

Pitta-Pitta

Blake & Breen 1971; Blake 1979

Wangkayutyuru

Blake & Breen 1971; Blake 1979

DiyariREU

Reuther 1973

Mithaka

Breen 1971, fieldnotes

Karuwali

Breen 1971

Ngamini

Breen 1971

Yarluyandi

Breen 1971

Yawarrawarrka

Reuther 1973

Nhirrpi

Bowern n.d.; Breen 2004

Karnic Fringe

Guwa

Breen 1971, 1990

Yanda

Breen 1971, 1990

Yardli

Malyangapa

Hercus & Austin 2004

Wadikali

Hercus & Austin 2004

Yardliyawarra

Hercus & Austin 2004

Maningrida




Burarra

Glasgow 1994; Green 1987

Gunwinygu




Rembarrnga

McKay n.d.







Ngandi

Heath 1981







Wubuy (Nunggubuyu)

Heath 1980b, 1982, 1984

In addition, we consulted historical work from Bowern (2004b), Harvey (2009), McConvell & Laughren (2004), and McGregor & Rumsey (2009).

Aklif, Gedda. 1999. Ardiyooloon Bardi ngaanka: One Arm Point Bardi dictionary. Halls Creek, Western Australia: Kimberley Language Resource Centre.

Appleby, Dianne, Doris Edgar, Elsie Edgar, Susan Edgar & Thelma Saddler. 1998. Yawuru Ngan-ga: A phrasebook of the Yawuru Language. Broome, Australia: Magabala Books.

Austin, Peter. 1981. A grammar of Diyari, South Australia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bates, Daisy. 1904. Native vocabularies: Broome magisterial district. Canberra: National Library of Australia, ms.

Blake, Barry J. 1979. Pitta-Pitta. In R. M. W. Dixon & Barry J. Blake (eds.), Handbook of Australian languages, vol. 1, 182-242. Canberra: Australian National University Press.

Blake, Barry J. & Gavan Breen. 1971. The Pitta-Pitta dialects. (Linguistic Communications 4). Melbourne: Monash University.

Blythe, Joseph. 2001. Yuwurriyangem Kijam (Our language Kija): A phrasebook of the Kija language. Halls Creek, Western Australia: Kimberley Language Resource Centre.

Bowern, Claire. n.d. Nhirrpi sketch grammar. ms.

Bowern, Claire. 2003. Supplement to Ardiyooloon Bardi ngaanka: One Arm Point Bardi dictionary. ms.

Bowern, Claire. 2004a. Bardi verb morphology in historical perspective. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University PhD dissertation.

Bowern, Claire. 2004b. Diagnostic similarities and differences between Nyulnyulan and neighbouring languages. In Claire Bowern & Harold Koch (eds.), Australian languages: Classification and the comparative method, 295-318. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 249). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Breen, Gavan. 1971. Aboriginal languages of western Queensland (preliminary version). (Linguistic Communications 5). Melbourne: Monash University.

Breen, Gavan. 1990. Salvage studies of a number of extinct Aboriginal languages of western Queensland. (Pacific Linguistics B-105). Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Breen, Gavan. 1991. Mudburra graded wordlist. Aboriginal Studies Electronic Data Archive (ASEDA) 0269, ms.

Breen, Gavan. 2004. Innamincka words: Yandruwandha dictionary and stories. (Pacific Linguistics 559). Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Gason, Samuel. 1886. From Mount Freeling to Pirigundi Lake. In Edward M. Curr (ed.), The Australian race: Its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia, and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent, vol. 2, 44-107. Melbourne: John Ferres.

Glasgow, Kathleen. 1994. Burarra-Gun-nartpa dictionary: With English finder list. Darwin, Australia: Summer Institute of Linguistics, Australian Aborigines and Islanders Branch.

Green, Rebecca. 1987. A sketch grammar of Burarra. Canberra: Australian National University BA honors thesis.

Harvey, Mark. 2009. The genetic status of Garrwan. Australian Journal of Linguistics 29(2). 195-244.

Heath, Jeffrey. 1980a. Basic materials in Ritharngu: Grammar, texts, and dictionary. (Pacific Linguistics B-62). Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Heath, Jeffrey. 1980b. Nunggubuyu myths and ethnographic tests. (AIAS New Series 23). Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.

Heath, Jeffrey. 1981. A case of intensive lexical diffusion: Arnhem Land, Australia. Language 57(2). 335-367.

Heath, Jeffrey. 1982. Nunggubuyu dictionary. (AIAS New Series 36). Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.

Heath, Jeffrey. 1984. Functional grammar of Nunggubuyu. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.

Hercus, Luise. 1994. A grammar of the Arabana-Wangkangurru language, Lake Eyre Basin, South Australia. (Pacific Linguistics C-128). Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Hercus, Luise & Peter Austin. 2004. The Yarli languages. In Claire Bowern & Harold Koch (eds.), Australian languages: Classification and the comparative method, 179-206. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 249). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Hosokawa, Komei. 1988. Classified Yawuru dictionary. Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Islander Studies MS 2605, ms.

Hosokawa, Komei. 1994. Meanings in Yawuru: A semantically oriented description of an indigenous language of Kimberley, Western Australia. Aboriginal Studies Electronic Data Archive (ASEDA) 0753. Revised version of the author’s 1991 ANU PhD dissertation, ms.

Hudson, Joyce. 1973. Mangarla word list. Darwin, Australia: Summer Institute of Linguistics, Australian Aborigines Branch.

Hudson, Joyce. 1978. The core of Walmatjari grammar. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.

Kimberley Language Resource Centre. 1992. Jaru dictionary. Draft ed. Halls Creek, Western Australia: Kimberley Language Resource Centre.

Kofod, F. M. 1978. The Miriwung language (East Kimberley): A phonological and morphological study. Armidale, Australia: University of New England MA thesis.

Lowe, Beulah. 1960/1996. Grammar lessons in Gupapuyngu. Darwin: Aboriginal Resource & Development Services.

McConvell, Patrick & Mary Laughren. 2004. The Ngumpin-Yapa subgroup. In Claire Bowern & Harold Koch (eds.), Australian languages: Classification and the comparative method, 151-177. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 249). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

McGregor, William. 1988. Field notebooks in Nyulnyul and Unggumi, 1988. Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Islander Studies MS 2879.

McGregor, William. 1990. A functional grammar of Gooniyandi. (Studies in Language Companion Series 22). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

McGregor, William. 1994-1995. Warrwa notebooks. Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Islander Studies MS 3348.

McGregor, William & Alan Rumsey. 2009. Worrorran revisited: The case for genetic relations among languages of the Northern Kimberley region of Western Australia. (Pacific Linguistics 600). Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

McKay, Graham. n.d. Rembarrnga dictionary and grammar. Aboriginal Studies Electronic Data Archive (ASEDA) 0607, ms.

McKelson, Kevin R. 1989a. Topical vocabulary of Northern Nyangumarta. Aboriginal Studies Electronic Data Archive (ASEDA) 0017, ms.

McKelson, Kevin R. 1989b. Karajarri wordlist. Aboriginal Studies Electronic Data Archive (ASEDA) 0069, ms.

Morphy, Frances. 1983. Djapu, a Yolngu dialect. In R. M. W. Dixon & Barry J. Blake (eds.), Handbook of Australian languages, vol. 3, 1-188. Canberra: Australian National University Press.

Nekes, Hermann & Ernest A. Worms. 1953/2006. Australian languages. (Ed.) William B. McGregor. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

O’Grady, Geoffrey N. 1964. Nyangumata grammar. (Oceania Linguistic Monographs 9). Sydney: University of Sydney.

O’Grady, Geoffrey N. 1967. Northern Mangarla wordlist. Aboriginal Studies Electronic Data Archive (ASEDA) 0192, ms.

Peile, Anthony Rex. 1966-1967. Language elicitation. Audio recording. Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Islander Studies PEILE_A05 - 00454A.

Reuther, J. G. 1973. Three central Australian grammars: Diari, Jandruwanta, Wonkanguru (part of volume V of the Reuther manuscript in the South Australian Museum). (Ed.) L. A. Hercus & J. G. Breen. (Trans.) T. Schwarzschild & L. A. Hercus. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.

Richards, Eirlys & Joyce Hudson. 1990. Walmajarri – English dictionary with English finder list. Darwin, Australia: Summer Institute of Linguistics.

Rumsey, Alan. 2000. Bunuba. In R. M. W. Dixon & Barry J. Blake (eds.), The handbook of Australian languages, vol. 5, 34-153. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Schebeck, Bernhard. 2001. Dialect and social groupings in northeast Arnheim [i.e. Arnhem] Land. (Ed.) R. M. W. Dixon. (LINCOM Studies in Australian Languages 7). Muenchen: LINCOM Europa.

Sharp, Janet. 2004. Nyangumarta: A language of the Pilbara region of Western Australia. (Pacific Linguistics 556). Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Stokes, Bronwyn. 1982. A description of Nyigina: A language of the West Kimberley, Western Australia. Canberra: Australian National University PhD dissertation.

Stokes, Bronwyn, Gladys Johnston & Lucy Marshall. 1992. Nyikina-English: A first lexicon. Aboriginal Studies Electronic Data Archive (ASEDA) 0472, ms.

Tsunoda, Tasaku. 1981. The Djaru language of Kimberley, Western Australia. (Pacific Lingusitics B-78). Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Vaszolyi, Eric G. 1972. Mangala vocabulary. Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Islander Studies MS 426.

Waters, Bruce E. 1980. Djinang phonology. In Papers in Australian linguistics no. 14, 1-71. (Pacific Linguistics A-60). Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Waters, Bruce E. 1983. An interim Djinang dictionary. (Work Papers of SIL-AAB, Series B 9). Darwin, Australia: Summer Institute of Linguistics.

Waters, Bruce E. 1989. Djinang and Djinba, a grammatical and historical perspective (Pacific Linguistics C-114). Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.



Zorc, R. David. 1986. Yolngu-Matha dictionary. Batchelor, Australia: School of Australian Linguistics, Darwin Institute of Technology.


California and the Great Basin (NAM):


Family

Subgroup

Language

Sources

Chumash




Chumash Barbareño

Applegate 1972, 1976; Beeler 1967, 1976, 1978; Harrington 1974, fieldnotes; Klar 1977, 1980, 1981; Mithun 1998; Ono 1996; Wash 2001




Chumash Cruzeño




Chumash Ineseño




Chumash Obispeño




Chumash Ventureño

Hokan




Esselen

Heizer 1952; Kroeber 1904; Shaul 1988, 1995; Turner & Shaul 1982







Washo

Jacobsen 1958, 1964, 1979; Kroeber 1907a; Washo Project 2008







Salinan

Mason 1918; Turner 1980, 1983

Isolate




Seri Comcaac

Moser & Marlett 2005

Penutian

Yok-Utian

Yokuts Yowlumne

Berman 2002; Gamble 1991; Golla 1964; Kroeber 1907b, 1963; Newman 1944, 1964; Whistler & Golla 1986

Yokuts Palewyami

Yokuts Yawdanchi

Central Sierra Miwok

Broadbent 1964; Callaghan 1962, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1970, 1972, 1984, 1987, 1997, 2001; Freeland & Broadbent 1960

Northern Sierra Miwok

Southern Sierra Miwok

Plains Miwok

Lake Miwok

Mutsun

Callaghan 1962, 1967, 1988, 1992, 1997, 2001; Okrand 1977; Warner n.d.

Maiduan

Maidu

Shipley 1961, 1963; Uldall & Shipley 1966; Ultan 1964

Nisenan

Wintun

Wintu

Golla 1977; Pitkin 1985; Schlichter 1981; Shepherd 2006

Uto-Aztecan (Northern branch)

Numic

Comanche

Bethel et al. 1993; Dayley 1989; Fowler 1972; Harrington n.d.a; Nichols 1974; Press 1979; Snapp, Anderson & Anderson 1982; Thornes 2003; Zigmond, Booth & Munro 1991

Big Smokey Valley Shoshone

Tümpisa Shoshone

Kawaiisu

Southern Paiute

Southern Ute

Chemehuevi

Western Mono

Northern Paiute

Kern

Bankalachi Toloim

Hill 2009; Kroeber 1907c; Merriam 1932-1935; C. Voegelin 1935; E. Voegelin 1938

Tübatulabal

Takic

Cahuilla

Anderton 1988; Bright 1968; Elliott 1999; Harrington n.d.b; J. Hill 2005; J. Hill and Nolasquez 1972; K. Hill 2001, 2003; Mamet 2008; McCawley 1996; Seiler 1977; Seiler and Hioki 1979

Cupeño

Luiseño

Serrano

Gabrielino

Kitanemuk

Yukian




Wappo

Elmendorf 1968, 1997; Elmendorf & Shepherd 1999; Oswalt 1979; Radin 1929; Sawyer 1965, 1991; Schlichter 1985; Shipley 1957; Thompson, Park & Li 2006




Yuki

Yuman




Cocopa

Couro and Hutcheson 1973; Crawford 1989; Gordon 1986; Halpern 1946a,b,c, 1947a,b; Langdon 1970, 1976a,b, 1977, 1979, 1985; Langdon & Munro 1980; Mixco 1978, 1979, 1985; Munro, Brown & Crawford 1992; Shaterian 1983




ʼIipay Aa




Kiliwa




Mojave




Yavapai




Yuma

Sources on Pomoan (Grekoff 1964; McLendon 1964; Moshinsky 1970; Oswalt 1964, 1976; Vihmann 1970) were consulted in order to identify loanwords from the group into Yukian, Utian, and Wintun languages. However, Pomoan languages were not included in the sample. Three languages of Northwest Mexico (Cocopa and Kiliwa in the Yuman family, and Seri, an isolate) were included for comparative purpose. Yavapai, in Arizona, was also included in order to round out the Yuman sample. Yuma, Mojave, Yavapai, and Cocopa (Yuman) as well as Chemehuevi (Uto-Aztecan) in the southeast are spoken in communities that practiced horticulture.

Both comparativist and arealist studies have a 100-year-long history in the area. Among the most significant comparativist sources are Miller 1988 and Stubbs 2008 for Uto-Aztecan; Callaghan 1962, 1964, 1967, 1972, 1997, 2001; Golla 1964; and Whistler & Golla 1986 for Yok-Utian; Langdon 1970, 1976a,b , 1977, 1979, 1985 and Mixco 1978, 1979 for Yuman; and Shepherd 2006 for Wintun. Several languages in the sample are not documented in dictionaries; where this was the case, lexical material was retrieved from grammatical studies and from archived field notes, especially those of J. P. Harrington for the Chumashan languages and C. H. Merriam for Bankalachi/Toloim, one of the Kern (Uto-Aztecan) languages.
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Applegate, Richard B. 1972. Ineseño Chumash grammar. Berkeley, CA: University of California PhD dissertation.

Applegate, Richard B. 1976. Reduplication in Chumash. In Margaret Langdon & Shirley Silver (eds.), Hokan Studies: Papers from the First Conference on Hokan Languages held in San Diego, California, April 23-25, 1970, 271-284. (Janua Linguarum: Series Practica 181). The Hague: Mouton.

Beeler, Madison S. 1976. Barbareño Chumash grammar: A farrago. In Margaret Langdon & Shirley Silver (eds.), Hokan Studies: Papers from the First Conference on Hokan Languages held in San Diego, California, April 23-25, 1970, 251-270. (Janua Linguarum: Series Practica 181). The Hague: Mouton.

Beeler, Madison S. 1978. Barbareño Chumash text and lexicon. In Mohammad Ali Jazayery, Edgar C. Polomé & Werner Winter (eds.), Linguistic and literary studies in honor of Archibald A. Hill, vol. 2: Descriptive linguistics, 171-194. The Hague: Mouton.

Beeler, Madison S. (ed.). 1967. The Ventureño confesionario of José Señán, O.F.M. (University of California Publications in Linguistics 47). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Berman, Howard. 2002. Merriam’s Palewyami vocabulary. International Journal of American Linguistics 68(4). 428-446.

Bethel, Rosalie, Paul V. Kroskrity, Christopher Loether & Gregory Reinhardt. 1993. A dictionary of Western Mono, 2nd edn. Pocatello, ID: Idaho State University, ms.

Bright, William. 1964. Studies in Californian linguistics. (University of California Publications in Linguistics 34). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Bright, William. 1968. A Luiseño dictionary. (University of California Publications in Linguistics 51). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Broadbent, Sylvia M. 1964. The Southern Sierra Miwok language. (University of California Publications in Linguistics 38). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Callaghan, Catherine A. 1962. Comparative Miwok-Mutsun with notes on Rumsen. International Journal of American Linguistics 28(2). 97-107.

Callaghan, Catherine A. 1964. Phonemic borrowing in Lake Miwok. In William Bright (ed.), Studies in Californian linguistics, 46-53. (University of California Publications in Linguistics 34). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Callaghan, Catherine A. 1965. Lake Miwok Dictionary. (University of California Publications in Linguistics 39). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Callaghan, Catherine A. 1967. Miwok-Costanoan as a subfamily of Penutian. International Journal of American Linguistics 33(3). 224-227.

Callaghan, Catherine A. 1970. Bodega Miwok dictionary. (University of California Publications in Linguistics 60). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Callaghan, Catherine A. 1972. Proto-Miwok phonology. General Linguistics 12. 1-31.

Callaghan, Catherine A. 1984. Plains Miwok dictionary. (University of California Publications in Linguistics 105). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Callaghan, Catherine A. 1987. Northern Sierra Miwok dictionary. (University of California Publications in Linguistics 110). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Callaghan, Catherine A. 1988. Karkin revisited. International Journal of American Linguistics 54(4). 436-452.

Callaghan, Catherine A. 1992. The riddle of Rumsen. International Journal of American Linguistics 58(1). 36-48.

Callaghan, Catherine A. 1997. Evidence for Yok-Utian. International Journal of American Linguistics 63(1). 18-64.

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Crawford, Judith G. 1976. Seri and Yuman. In Margaret Langdon & Shirley Silver (eds.), Hokan Studies: Papers from the First Conference on Hokan Languages held in San Diego, California, April 23-25, 1970, 305-324. (Janua Linguarum: Series Practica 181). The Hague: Mouton.

Dayley, Jon P. 1989. Tümpisa (Panamint) Shoshone grammar. (University of California Publications in Linguistics 115). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Elliott, Eric. 1999. Dictionary of Rincón Luiseño. San Diego, CA: University of California PhD dissertation.

Elmendorf, William W. 1968. Lexical and cultural change in Yukian. Anthropological Linguistics 10(7). 1-41.

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Halpern, A. M. 1946c. Yuma III: Grammatical Processes and the Noun. International Journal of American Linguistics 12(4). 204-212.

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