Alaska Native Language Archive

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Identifier:CE867W1867
Title Russian America, or "Alaska": The Natives of the Youkon River and adjacent country.
Description:
From Pilling, "A few words of the Malemute of Norton Sound and the Greenland Esquimaux compared, p. 180. - Malemute vocabulary, Norton Sound, Russian America, pp. 180-182…"  Also in collection, Same vocabulary published in Whymper's Travel and Adventure in the Territory of Alaska, Formerly Russian America - Now Ceded to the United States - and in Various Other Parts of the North Pacific.  London:  John Murray, 1868.  Pp. 318-319.  Also, biography from unknown source, and bibliography from unknown source.
Contributors Whymper, Frederick (author)
Date//1867
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Subject Language(s) Comparative Eskimo-Aleut
Files: CE867W1867.pdf


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