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Alaska Native Languages in Transition
|Alaska Native languages in transition. |
|Typescript. Survey of language status in Alaska (pp. 1-2, 43-46), history of educational policy (Russian 2-6, American 7-21), bilingual education programs, especially Central Yupik, 21-43.|
|Also cataloged as AL950B(B070)1980|
|Paper presented at Symposium on Culture History of the Alaska Natives, August 21-28, 1978, Osaka and Otsu, Japan. To appear in Proc. of the Conference. 51 pp.|
Miyaoka, Osahito (author)
Yup'ik, Central Alaskan
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