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(1) Obitateli severo-zapadnick beregov ameriki. Syn Otechestva 7:51-82 (1839 Photocopy). (2) Statistiche und ethnographische Nachrichten Uber die Russischen Besitzungen an der Nordwestkiiste von Amerika. Ed. by Karl Ernst Von Baer, St. Petersberg,
|(3) is translation of (1); (2) is German translation with additional material by Von Baer. Page numbers below are for (1), (2). and (3), respectively. Pp. 54-56/101-103/8-9, discussion of "Kolchan of the Copper River," to be identified with Tanacross, placing them 10-14 days' journey inland. (2) only, p. 259, 97 items "Kolchan" on comparative table, resembling Tanacross more than any other Alaskan language; doubtless taken from an informant who had come to the coast.|
|4) is original ms. and photocopy of Mike Krauss notes on Wrangell's Tanacross Vocabulary.|
|All photocopied excerpts from reports, no originals. Full texts available in Rasmuson Library. Item (4) not in original catalogue.|
Wrangell, Ferdinand von (author)
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