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Identifier:KU923FS1982
Title John Fredson Edward Sapir haa Googwandak. (Stories told by John Fredson to Edward Sapir.)
Description:
[4 copies- 1 is a 3rd printing from 1996; 2 photocopies.]
19 texts transcribed by Sapir from Fredson's dictated and recorded narration in 1923 at Camp Red Cloud, Pennsylvania (for mss. see Sapir 1923, 1925); retranscribed in modern practical orthography by Katherine Peter (first versions published in Gwich'in only, 1974-1976, see Peter 1974 (f,g,h), 1975 (a,b), 1976 (a); edited with prose translations from Sapir's interlinear notes by Jane McGary; proofread by Jeff Leer. Gwich'in with English translations on facing pages. Includes tone marking. General introduction by McGary, 5-8, biographical sketch of Fredson by Craig Mishler, 11-20. 113 pp. total.
Comments
[also available at UAF library, call # PM1621 A3 F7 1982 ALASKA]
Includes 4 texts not previously published and restores most departures of 1974-76 editions from the original, with footnotes. English translation exerpted in Clara Childs Mackenzie, "Wolf S...
Extra photocopy, and one extra original first edition in storage.  Also in collection, review by Jarold Ramsey.
Contributors Sapir, Edward (author)
Peter, Katherine (author)
McGary, Mary Jane (editor)
Fredson, John (speaker)
Year1982
Type Text
Subject Language(s) Gwich'in
LingType text
text-traditional
text-traditional
Files: ga16.pdf


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