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Identifier:IK923S1923
Title [Ingalik fieldnotes]
Description:22 pp.  Ms. notes, first adequate transcriptions of Ingalik.  Lexical and paradigmatic forms, ca. 600.  From informant T. B. Reed, summer 1923, at Carlyle, Pennsylvania., probably a student at the Indian school there or a counselor at Camp Red Cloud.  Copied in Hoijer 1960. Also, letter from Krass to Keri and other letters about T.B. Reed and Sapir's Anvik field notes.
Citation Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley.
Contributors Sapir, Edward (author)
Date1923
Type Text
Format
Subject Language(s) Deg Xinag
LingType grammatical
lexicon
Files: IK923S1923.pdf


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