|Title||Bering 1728 and Gvozdev 1732.|
|Description:||Off print. This paper combines historical elements of two still unpublished papers on Alaskan linguistics. The first is entitled "The Scandinavian contribution to Alaskan Linguistics and Ethnology: from Bering to Bergsland." The second paper is "The Earliest Recorded Alaskan Word, "1993 mainly about Govozdev. A delightful paper discussing the discoveries of these two famous explorers. The word Kuxta is the Eskimo name for the land to the east of the Bering Straight or Alaska.
|Citation||Science Under sail: Russian Exploration in the North Pacific, 1728-1867. Cook Inlet Historical Society Symposium, Anchorage Alaska, October 13-14, 2000.|
Krauss, Michael E. (author)
Yup'ik, Central Alaskan
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