Précis de Grammaire Nahanaise.
Unpublished but printed.
Original in the Archives Deschatelets in Ottawa.
Nater, Hank (1989)
``Some comments on the phonology of Tahltan,''
International Journal of American Linguistics55.24-42.
Palgrave, Rev. F. (1902)
A Grammar and dictionary of the language spoken by the Tahl Tans on the
Stikine river, British Columbia, a tribe belonging to the Tinne branch
of North American Indians
A handwritten manuscript in possession of the Archives of British
Shaw, Patricia A. (n.d.)
Tahltan field notes.
Shaw, Patricia (1991)
"Consonant Harmony Systems: the Special Status of Coronal Harmony,"
in Carole Paradis and Jean-Francois Prunet (eds.)
The Special Status of Coronals: Internal and External Evidence.
(New York: Academic Press) pp. 125-157.
Contains a discussion of Tahltan sibilant harmony.
Thorman, Rev. T. P. W. (n.d.)
An Outline of the Grammar of the Language Spoken by the Tahltan
A hand-written notebook in the possession of the Archives of British
Columbia. Contains grammatical notes, vocabulary, hymans and prayers,
Bible passages and catechism translated into Tahltan. Undated, but completed