|Title||A comparative manual of affixes for the Inuit dialects of Greenland, Canada, and Alaska.|
|Description:||Introduction and dialectology for Alaska, Canada, and Greenland, including isogloss maps, 3-33; main dialect lists (West Greenlandic, Quebec, Copper, North Slope) and notes, 34-67; supplementary list for East Greenlandic, Polar, North Baffin, South Baffin, Labrador, Caribou, Netsilik, Mackenzie, Kobuk, Wales, and notes, 68-76; orthographies and sample texts for each dialect, 76-95; references 96; Appendix A; affix ordering, p. 97; Appendix B: Central Alaskan Yupik affixes, 98-102; Greenlandic translation by Inoraq Olsen of text pp. 3-5, 8-15, 76-78, pp. 103-118; alphabetical index for main dialects, 119-130. Inupiaq data supplied by Edna MacLean and Lawrence Kaplan, Yupik by Steven Jacobson. Also in file, correspondence with Krauss and typescript drafts, 1980-81.|
|Comments||Folder 1: Addenda and corrigenda to published version. Folder 2: draft, 1982. Folder 3: drafts 1980-81, correspondence.|
Fortescue, Michael D. (author)
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