Alaska Native Language Archive
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UAF is currently recruiting
a PhD student to work with the Eyak Project,
beginning Fall 2013.
Applications are due January 31, 2013.
For more information see the project website.
Alaska Native Languages: Past, Present and Future
|Alaska Native languages: Past, present and future. Paper prepared for Joint US-USSR Symposium on the Peopling of the New World, Moscow and Leningrad, May 1979. 51 pp.|
|Typescript. Also, Russian version, Yazyki Korennogo naseleniya Alyaski: Proshloe, nastoyashche. i budushchee 52 pp. typescript. (G961K1978). Very general introduction to the whole field of Alaska Native languages. Includes section of latest views of Athabaskan-Eyak-Tlingit prehistory (9-11), present status of these languages in Alaska (26-33).|
|Includes heavily annotated draft, and newspaper articles relating to language loss|
|See G961K1978 for Russian Translations, See G961K1980 for published paper PDF. (Also bound in Green Book, Alaska Native Language Center Research Papers Number 4)|
Krauss, Michael E. (author)
Link to this page: http://www.uaf.edu/anla/item.xml?id=G961K1979