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Identifier:CE970K1986
Title Eskimo Place Names on 18th Century Russian Maps of the Bering Strait Region [drafts].
Description:f.1. Typescript.  Multiple drafts and sources for a manuscript of approx. 24 pages. Fedorova died before the manuscript could be completed.
f.2 copies of maps, notes, primary sources.
f.3. Inupiaq, Central Siberian Yup'ik and Naukanski place names from a multilingual place names atlas:
see SYS932M1972,  Local Names on the Map of Chukotka.
Annotated by M. Krauss: Pink highlight CSY Central Siberian Yupik)
Yellow highlight Naukanski
IMT is Big Diomede data from Menovshikov.
 
f. 4 Ts. Copy of pages from the Naukan Yupik Eskimo Dictionary see: NY975J2004a, with Big Diomede place name data annotated by M. Krauss.
Comments Note from M. Krauss reads: Placename project for the Naukanski dictionary included Russian graduate students working on Emilyanova's draft under the IPY (International Polar Year) Grant, National Science Foundation, Grant No. OPP-732787.
This copy is from the index of Menovshikov's small format atlas.
Menovshikov published a very small format atlas. The Big Diomede dictionary does not include a map but does have a place names list.
Contributors Krauss, Michael E. (author)
Fedorova, S. G. (author)
Date1986
Type Text
Format
Subject Language(s) Comparative Eskimo-Aleut
LingType placenames
Files: CE970K1986.pdf
CE970K1986f.01.pdf
CE970K1986f.02.pdf
CE970K1986_smaller.pdf


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