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Title Major Native Place Names in South Central Alaska
Description:Major Native Place Names in South Central Alaska:
Alutiiq--northern Alaska Peninsula
Central Yupik--Bristol Bay Area, central Kuskoskwim River
Ingalik--central Kuskokwim River
Holikachuk (Upper Innoko dialect)
Upper Kuskokwim--upper Kuskokwim River
Tanana--middle Tanana River
Tanaina--Stony and Swift rivers, Lake Clark and northern Iliamna Lake, Cook Inlet Basin--western side
TUBUGHNA 'beach people': Tyonek area Tanaina
SUSITNUHT'ANA 'sand river people': Susitna River Tanaina
DGHELAY TEHT'ANA 'moutain people': Talkeetna Mountains
Ahtna--upper Susitna River and Copper River
Dena'ina--Cook Inlet Basin--eastern side
Alutiiq--eastern Kenai Peninsula, Prince William Sound
Includes map of Principal Dena'ina settlements, 18th through 20th centuries.
Citation Compiled by the Staff of Alaska Native Language Center
July, 1985
Contributors Kari, James (author)
Type Text
Coverage Alaska
Subject Language(s) Ahtna
Alutiiq (Sugpiaq)
Deg Xinag
Tanana (Lower)
Upper Kuskokwim
Yup'ik, Central Alaskan
LingType place names
Collection Place Names
Files: G977K1985a.PDF

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