|Title||Central (Alaskan) Yup'ik Eskimo vs. (Central) Siberian Yupik Eskimo.|
|Description:||Ms. notes: Central (Alaskan) Yup'ik vs. (Central) Siberian Yupik. Examples include words that are exactly the same; slightly altered, very different, Chuckchi words, Inupiaq words, loan words, grammar differences, sound system differences, rhythm differences...
|Comments||Undated materials but probably 1980-1990.|
Jacobson, Steven A. (author)
Yup'ik, Central Alaskan
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