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Resource Details

Identifier:EY961K1973
Title Supplementary Eyak texts from Anna Nelson Harry.
Description:
Supplementary Eyak texts from Anna Nelson Harry:
Folder 4:
Typescript and ms. transcriptions, 1967-1973. (1) Recorded
in Yakutat, Apr. 1967 by Constance Naish, misc. very short texts, 14 pp. rough ms. transcription only, in notebook II
(Krauss 1971a). (2) Recorded in Yakutat, June 9-11, 1971.
8 texts, 66 pp., rough ms. transcription in notebooks XIII and XIV (Krauss 1971a); finished Eyak typescript, 30 pp.,
English translation, 25 pp. (3) Recorded in Yakutat, June 15-17, 1972. 11 texts, 65 pp., rough ms. transcription
only in notebooks XV and XVI, except for Lament for Eyaks,
typed transcription with English translation, 6 pp.
(4) Recorded in Anchorage, May 9-10, 1973 by Jeff Leer and
Karen MacPherson, ca. 40 minutes taped texts, 13 texts,
rough ms. transcription, 43 pp. includes 17 pp. English translation
ca.220
Comments
Continuation of EY961K1967
Contributors Krauss, Michael E. (author)
Naish, Constance (author)
Leer, Jeff (recorder)
McPherson, Karen (recorder)
Date1967-1973
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Coverage
Yakutat, Alaska
Subject Language(s) Eyak
LingType text-traditional
Files: 1.PDF
ANLC-SupplementaryEyakTexts-1972-1973-Index.pdf


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