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A Camp on the Yukon.
|Chapman's memoirs contain interesting commentary relevant to Ingalik: monolingualism at Anvik in 1880's, Chapman's language work and religious translations with Isaac Fisher, including mention of religious text translations not yet located, pp.40-43; 1897 trip to Kuskokwim River includes remarks on dialect intelligibility, pp. 102-3. Also, ts. copy of Chapman's journal describing life in Anvik; correspondence of Krauss with son and granddaughter of Chapman, 1977-1981; The Alakan Churchman, vol. 21 no. 4, July 1930, pp. 89-101 related to Chapman; The Alaskan Churchman, vol. 35 no. 1, Feb. 1940, obituary of John Wight Chapman; negative of Chapman photograph.|
|Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York: Idlewild Press.|
Chapman, John W. (author)
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