Alaska Native Language Archive

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Identifier:NY732G1732
Title "Kuxta" The First Native Word ever Written down in Alaska, 1732
Description:
1) "Kuxta" The First Native Word ever Written down in Alaska, 1732. A collection of materials dealing with the first Native word ever written down. Ms. and Ts. materials collected by Michael Krauss.
2) Copy of the ms. log for the day Bering passed between Diomede Island and East Cape saying it was "overcast" not foggy as was claimed in Bering's defense when he failed to sight Alaska.
Contributors Gvozdev, Mikhail Spiridonovich (author)
Krauss, Michael E. (compiler)
Date1732
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Subject Language(s) Naukanski Yupik
LingType lexicon
Collection Historiography
Files: NY732G1732_01.pdf
NY732G1732_02.pdf
NY732G1732_03.pdf
NY732G1732_02_smaller.pdf
NY732G1732_01_smaller.pdf
NY732G1732_Efimov3.pdf
NY732G1732_1741.pdf
NY732G1732_1979.pdf
krauss-1993-earliest_eskimo_word.pdf
NY732G1732_722-732.pdf
NY732G1732_793.pdf
NY732G1732_793kuxta.pdf
NY732G1732_Andreev_1948.pdf
NY732G1732_Efimov1.pdf
NY732G1732_Divin_1956.pdf
NY732G1732_Belov_1956.pdf
NY732G1732_Efimov2.pdf
NY732G1732_Efimov_1950.pdf
NY732G1732_Efimov4.pdf
NY732G1732_Grekov_1960.pdf
NY732G1732_eskimos_1732-1739.pdf
NY732G1732_Golder_1960.pdf
NY732G1732_First.pdf
NY732G1732_Fedorov.pdf
NY732G1732_Grekof.pdf
NY732G1732_Grozdev_1971.pdf
NY732G1732_Grozdev.pdf
NY732G1732_Grozdev_1985.pdf
NY732G1732_Krauss_notes.pdf
NY732G1732_Kanianin.pdf
NY732G1732_Gvozdev_biography.pdf
NY732G1732_TGAMF.pdf


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