|Title||Haida pronouns: Hydaburg dialect.|
|Description:||Introduction: This paper is an attempt to describe the pronoun system of Haida now in use in Hydaburg and to make a preliminary analysis of the changes which seem to have occurred since the accounts of Swanton and Harrison (1895).|
|Citation||Paper presented at 10th Int. Conf. on Salishan Languages; Lektos, Special Issue, Papers from the 10th Int. Conf. on Salishan Languages, pp. 118-134.|
Welsch, Robert (author)
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