|Title||More issues in Tanacross orthography|
|Description:||Ts., 5 pp. Short paper arguing that two of the six changes to the Tanacross practical orthography recommended by Leer (1982) should be undone. Specifically, it is recommended that the vowels be represented as a six-vowel system, with length represented by doubling only in restricted contexts. Second, the semi-voiced fricatives should be represented using symbols for their voiced counterparts.|
Holton, Gary (author)
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