|Title||Han Athabascan and Western Apache Personal Names|
|Description:||This is an account of personal names in two Athabascan languages, one being Hän Athabascan, of east-central Alaska and Yukon Territory, one of the northernmost languages of the family, and the other being Western Apache, of central and eastern Arizona, one of the southernmost languages of the family. The information gathered is based on a literature survey and the author's archival and fieldwork investigations.|
|Comments||Paper incorrectly states date as 2011. Research supported by the National Science Foundation IPY project Documenting Alaskan and Neighboring Languages (0732787), Michael E. Krauss, principal investigator.|
|Citation||SSILA, Session on American Indian Personal Names.|
de Reuse, Willem Joseph (author)
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