|Title||The history of Yupik Eskimo prosody study, with addenda on Naukanski and Sirenikski.|
|Description:||Typescript. Full review of literature for all forms of Yupik, including discussion of available evidence for Naukanski and Sirenikski; relation to Seward Peninsula Inupiaq consonant gradation. Preliminary version presented at Symposium on Native Languages and Linguistics III, Third Inuit Studies Conference, London, Ont., October 3, 1982, under title "Siberian Yupik Prosodic Systems and the Yupik Continuum (with Inupiaq connections)."|
|Comments||Shelved CE 970 K1985.|
Krauss, Michael E. (author)
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