|Title||Alutiiq as a dominating language: The results of Alutiiq-Russian interaction in the 19th century|
|Description:||Describes language contact between Alutiiq and Russian, noting the influence of Alutiiq on Alaskan Russian in Kodiak. Presentation given at the 18th Inuit Studies Conference, Washington, DC, October 24-28, 2012. 30 slides. Digital file only.|
|Comments||Research supported by the National Science Foundation IPY project Documenting Alaskan and Neighboring Languages (0732787), Michael E. Krauss, principal investigator.|
Golovko, Evgeniy V. (author)
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