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Identifier:CE984D1984
Title The Central Yupik Eskimos
Description:
The Central Yupik Eskimos: Includes;
3 The Central Yupik Eskimos: an Introduction; Ernest S. Burch, Jr.
21 The Yup'ik of Western Alaska and Russian Impact; Lydia T. Black
45 Classification of Eskimo Groupings in the
Yukon-Kuskokwim Region: A Critical Analysis; Kenneth L. Pratt
63 Regional Groups on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta; Ann Fienuup-Riordan
95 Yup'ik Eskimo Societies: A Case Study; Anne Shinkwin and Mary Pete
113 It is Time for Drumming: A Summary of Recent
Research on Yup'ik Ceremonialism; Phyllis Morrow
141 Religious Conflict and Social Change: A Case from Western Alaska; Nicholas E. Flanders
159 Commercial Fishing in the Hunting-Gathering Economy of
a Yukon River Yup'ik Society; Robert J. Wolfe
185 Semantics and Morphology of Demonstratives in
Central Yup'ik Eskimo; Steven A. Jacobson
193 On the So-called Half-Transitive Verbs in Eskimo; Osahito Miyaoka
ca.218
Citation
Etudes Inuit Studies Vol.8 Supplementary Issue, 1984
Contributors Burch, Ernest S., Jr. (author)
Black, Lydia T. (author)
Pratt, Ken (author)
Fienup-Riordan, Ann (author)
Morrow, Phyllis (author)
Flanders, Nicholas E. (author)
Wolfe, Robert J. (author)
Jacobson, Steven A. (author)
Miyaoka, Osahito (author)
Date1984
Type Text
Format text/plain
Subject Language(s) Yup'ik, Central Alaskan
Files: Morrow.PDF


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