|Title||[Eyak Papers by Leer]|
|Description:||Circa 25 pages.
(1) "Internal Variation in the Tlingit Lexicon", 8/85, student paper. (2) "Directional Systems in Athapaskan and Na-Dene". (3) "Evidence for a Northern Northwest Coast Language Area: Promiscuous Number Marking and Perphrastic Possessive Constructions in Haida, Eyak, and Aleut".
|Citation||(1) Paper written for Alaska Native Linguistics class, with Michael E. Krauss; (2) Athapaskan Linguistics: Current Perspectives on a Language Family, edited by Eung-Do Cook and Keren D. Rice. Mouton de Gruyter : Berlin, New York, 1989; (3) International Journal of American Linguistics [IJAL] vol. 57, no. 2, April 1991, pp. 158-193.|
Leer, Jeff (author)
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