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Title A phonetical study of the Eskimo language, based on observations made on a journey in North Greenland 1900-1901.
Description:Pp. 48-66, 181-269, phonetical differentiations in Eskimo dialects, a comparative study:  compares Greenlandic and Canadian dialects with Alaskan.  Alaskan materials from Wells and Kelly 1890, Schultze 1894, Barnum 1901, and Nelson 1899.  Pp. 183-203 compare Greenlandic dialects.  Pp. 203-269, Greenlandic, Labrador, Baffin, Mackenzie, Alaskan Inupiaq, and Central Yupik.  Pp. 48-66, critical bibliography of Eskimo linguistics, works to 1903.
Comments Formerly foldered with all CE Thalbitzer.
Contributors Thalbitzer, William (author)
Type Text
Subject Language(s) Comparative Eskimo-Aleut
Files: CE904T1904a.pdf

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