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Identifier:CE974L1977
Title Stress in the Yupik Eskimo languages and Seward Peninsula Inupiaq.
Description:
1) Typescript.  Descriptive and comparative paper for CSY, CAY (and dialectal), Sugpiaq (and dialectal) prosodic systems, showing relation as continuum, and also relation to consonant weakening in Seward Peninsula Inupiaq.  Also isogloss maps, rule flow charts.
2) Copy. Eskimo and Aleut Languages, Classification and Prehistory, by Anthony Woodbury citing Jeff Leer, 1977.  A chapter in: Arctic, Vol. 5., David Damas, ed.,  Smithsonian Institution, 1984. p. 53-55.
Comments
2 drafts in collection.  In 2 folders.
Contributors Leer, Jeff (author)
Date//
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Subject Language(s) Comparative Eskimo-Aleut
LingType phonology
Files: CE974L1977f.1.pdf
CE974L1977f.2.pdf


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