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Identifier:CE977J1985
Title Overview of the Eskimo-Aleut Language Family and the role of Yup'ik in it
Description:Ts. Article in a newsletter describing The Eskimo language, dialects, demographics, the map: Native Peoples and Languges of Alaska, the Teacher and Yup'ik onfluenced English. 3 pp.
Excerpted from Central Yup'ik and the Schools: A Handbook for Teacher, by Steven Jacobson, ed by Jane McGary. Alaska Department of Education Bilingual/Bicultural Education Programs, Juneau Alaska, 1984.
pp. 7-10.
Citation In Educational Equity Alaska December, 1985. Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, Centers for National Origin and Race Equity/ Portland, Oregon.
Contributors Jacobson, Steven A. (author)
Date1985
Type Text
Format
Subject Language(s) Comparative Eskimo-Aleut
Yup'ik, Central Alaskan
LingType educational
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