|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 Krauss to Kari and other letters about T.B. Reed and Sapir's Anvik field notes.|
|Citation||Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley.|
Sapir, Edward (author)
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