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Linguistic Traces of Dena'ina Strategy at the Archaic Periphery.
|(1) Ts. Adventures Through Time: Readings in the Anthropology of Cook Inlet, Alaska. 1996. In Eds. Davis, Nancy Yaw and William E. Davis. Proceedings of a Symposium. Anchorage: Cook Inlet Historical Society. Pp. 51-63.|
|(2) Ts. Abstract. Dena'ina as an Archaic Peripheral Language. The Anthropology of Cook Inlet Symposium. Alaska Anthropological Association Conference. April 9, 1993. 4 pp.|
|(3)Ts. Lecture notes Dena'ina as an Archaic Peripheral Language 4/9/93. 5 pp.|
Kari, James (author)
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