Alaska Native Language Archive
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Pribavlenie (Supplement to notes on the colonies of the Russian-America Company).
|Statement on Alaska Native languages and their genetic relationships 1-4; comparison of Tlingit vocabularies (74 items of own, with Davydov, Khromchenko, Lisianski) 5-8; comments on Russian loans, partly from Banner, 9; sounds and alphabet, especially from Veniaminov 1834 introduction (prepublication), 10-11; comparative Eskimo table, 36 items Kodiak (own, Banner, Robek, Khromchenko); Unalia, Golovin Bay (Khromchenko); Aglegmiut, Kuskokwim, and Nunivak (Etolin); Siberian Yupik, Naukan (Robek); Greenlandic, Canadian; Inupiaq (Beechey); Kuskokwim (Khromchenko).|
|Also in collection: Russkaya Amerika. Moscow: 1994. Pp. 123, 130-133 +4.; 3 pp. handwritten notes, M. Krauss.|
Khlebnikov, Kirill Timofeevich (author)
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