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Identifier:EY786SW1786
Title [Prince William Sound Vocabulary]
Description:1 Ms. [Prince William's Sound Vocabulary]  collected in 1786, by James Strange. Ca. Chugach words, perhaps 8 of which are Eyak????. Three fair copies of the missing original. Get citation???
2 Ms. Prince William Sound vocabulary collected in 1986 with wordlist possibly copied or done in collaboration with Strange. Held in the Scottish National Archives ???
3 Ts. published versions of these wordlists in 1928, James Strange 's Journal and Narrative of the Commercial Expedition from Bombay to the North-West Coast of America ...Government Press, Madras; 1929, James Strange 's Journal and Narrative of the Commercial Expedition from Bombay to the North-West Coast of America ... Government Press, Madras.
; Copies of excerpts from Walker Strange, 1982 An Account of a Voyage to the North West Coast of America in 1785 & 1786 ...Edited by Robin Fisher and J. M. Bumstead. Douglas & Mcintyre, Vancouver/Toronto, University of Washington Press, Seattle.
4 Michael Krauss' notes on possible Eyak forms in Walker and Strange. 5 p. including "Possible Eyak Forms in Walker and Strange 1786."
5 Correspondence between M. Krauss and Robin Fischer with wordlist with M. Krauss annotations.
See also EY961K2006.
Contributors Strange, James Charles Stewart (author)
Walker, Alexander (author)
Date1786
Type Text
Format
Subject Language(s) Eyak
LingType lexicon
vocabulary
Files: Strange_Walker.pdf


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