Alaska Native Language Archive

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Identifier:G961K1980c
Title The Future of Alaska Native Languages/Alaska Native Languages: Past, Present, and Future
Description:
The Future of Alaska Native Languages; Fairbanks Daily News-Miner article about the release of Alaska Native Languages: Past, Present, and Future (August 16, 1980); Edited draft of The Future of Alaska Native Languages by a Hooper Bay resident Frank Keim (Nov. 27); Inuktitut Magazine announcement of The Future of Alaska Native Languages (No.48 July, 1981 in Inuktitut and English); "Can School Save the Language?" (Excerpt from Alaska Native Languages: Past, Present, and Future, in SHS Exchange Feb. 1981, Vol.1, No.5); "The Inupiat Language: An Historical Perspective," (Featured in Inupiat Program, NSBSD Report to the People, 1980); "I want to tell you a Story," (In The COUNCIL, TCC, Sept. 1980p.8); The Future of Alaska Native Languages (In Asian American Bilingual Center NEWSLETTER, March 1980); The Future of Alaska Native Languages: Survival or Extinction? A 4 part series. Photocopies and newspaper (Published in The Tundra Times, April-May 1980 and The Bering Straights Newspaper, Mauneluk Report ); "Problems of Yupik, Non-Yupik Communication Discussed at Local Workshop (Tundra Times, Richard Goldstein); Asian American Bilingual Center NEWSLETTER (Vol.3, No.1 November 1979); Ms. notes by Krauss; Multiple copies of The Future of Alaska Native Languages: Survival or Extinction? A 4 part series in the Tundra Times 
Comments
Materials date from 1980-1981
Citation
The Tundra Times, Inupiat Program, NSBSD Report to the People, Asian American Bilingual Center NEWSLETTER, Mauneluk Report
Contributors Krauss, Michael E. (author)
Date1980
Type Text
Subject Language(s) Comparative Athabaskan
Comparative Eskimo-Aleut
LingType endangerment
Collection General


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