|Title||[Study of Eskimo vs. Aleut self definition in Bristol Bay]|
|Description:||Ts. and ms. notes on the census data for Bristol Bay communities in 1970, 1980 and 1990, showing which communities self identitify as Aleut or Eskimo despite the fact that they all speak Yup'ik. One page incomplete description see also CY961K1977. One page sketch map and two pages of census data.|
|Comments||This is a fragment of a longer paper : CY961K1977.|
Krauss, Michael E. (author)
Yup'ik, Central Alaskan
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