Alaska Native Language Archive
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Ten'a Texts and Tales from Anvik, Alaska.
|vi + 230 pp. 44 English texts, pp. 8-105; 17 Ingalik texts with interlinear translation, pp. 106-206; vocabulary with index to text, by Pliny Earle Goddard, pp. 207-230. English texts include some Ingalik lexicon. 10 of the 17 texts included in Chapman 1904a. Names of informants include Stephen Morton, Blind Andrew, Julia Cutter, Kate Phillips, "Simon's Mother." See selected retranscriptions, by Krauss and Leer (1974a), and Kari (1975b, 1976f).|
|Publications of the American Ethnological Society VI. Leyden: E. J. Brill.|
Chapman, John W. (author)
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