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Resource Details

Identifier:EY961K1967
Title Supplementary Eyak texts from Anna Nelson Harry.
Description:
3 Folders:
Folder 1:
Circa 220 pages. Typescript and manuscript transcriptions, 1967-1973. (1) Recorded in Yakutat, April 1967 by Constance Naish, miscellaneous very short texts, 14 pages, rough manuscript transcription only, in notebook 7 (Krauss 1971a). (2) Recorded in Yakutat, June 9-11, 1971.  8 texts, 66 pages, rough manuscript transcription in notebooks 13 and 14 (Krauss 1971a); finished Eyak transcript, 30 pages, English translation, 25 pages. (3) Recorded in Yakutat, June 15-17, 1972, 11 texts, 65 pages, rough manuscript transcription only in notebooks 15 and 16, except for "Lament for Eyaks", typed transcription with English translation, 6 pages. (4) Recorded in Anchorage, May 9-10, 1973, by Jeff Leer and Karen McPherson, circa 40 minutes of taped texts, 13 texts, rough manuscript transcription, 43 pages, includes 17 pages of English translation.
Comments
Yakutat, Alaska
Contributors Krauss, Michael E. (author)
Harry, Anna Nelson (author)
Leer, Jeff (author)
McPherson, Karen (author)
Naish, Constance (author)
Date1967
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Subject Language(s) Eyak
LingType text-traditional
text-traditional
Files: EY961K1967.pdf


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