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Resource Details

Identifier:CE951B1997
Title How did the Aleut language become different from the Eskimo languages?
Description:
Also in collection, French version translated by Charlotte Jespersen-Levantal in Les langues eskaléoutes:  Sibérie, Alaska, Canada, Groënland.  Ed. Nicole Tersis and Michèle Therrien.  Paris:  CNRS, 2000.  Pp. 51-70.
Contributors Bergsland, Knut (author)
Date1997
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Subject Language(s) Comparative Eskimo-Aleut
LingType grammatical
phonology
Files: CE951B1997.PDF


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