Arctic languages: an awakening
This survey of native languages in the Arctic includes the Soviet North, Alaska, Northwest Territories, Yukon, Greenland and Scandinavia, with maps and charts of distribution and relationships of the various language groups.
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Dirmid R F Collis General Introduction
Vassily Uvachan Socioeconomic and Cultural Development
Georgy Contemporary Studies of the EskimoAleut
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affixes Aikio Aivilik Alaska Aleut Aleut language Arctic Quebec Autonomous okrug base Berthelsen bilingual broadcasts Canada Canadian Arctic Canadian Inuit cent century Chukchi communities consonant culture Danish dialects Dictionary Dolgan Dorais Eastern Arctic English Eskimo languages ethnic groups Evenk example Finland Finnish function grammar Greenlandic language hunting Institute Inuinnaqtun Inuit nunangat Inuktitut Inupiaq Iqaluit Island Itelmen jazyk Khant Koryak Labrador Inuttut Leningrad lexical linguistic literature live loan-words Mansi missionaries Moravian mother tongue Nanai narodov Native languages Natsilik Nauka Publications Nenets Nganasan Nivkhi North Baffin Northwest Territories official orthography Ottawa person phonemes phonological population programmes published radio reindeer reindeer-herding Russian Sami language schools Selkup Siglitun situation snow social South Sami Soviet speak speakers speech forms spoken stem Swedish syllabic teachers teaching television textbooks traditional translated Utsjoki Uummarmiutun verb villages vowel West Greenlandic Western whaling words writing system written Yupik Yupik languages
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