|Title||The Ethnolinguistics of Language Death: Koyukon|
|Description:||1) Ts. one paragraph abstract of a paper given at a conference.
Koyukon Athabascan has died in a single generation. This paper presents the ethnohistorical and sociolinguistic correlates of the shifts perceived by Koyukon elders, the only bilingual generation. 1 pp.
2) "The Death of Koyukon" paper ca.9 pp
|Comments||Citation taken from Krauss's note.|
|Citation||AAA Abstracts, The 84th Annual Meeting, WOC Dec. 1985.|
Kwachka, Patricia (author)
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