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The Russian Period
Present status of Alaska Native languages
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Ahmaogak Ahtna Alaska Native languages Alaska Peninsula Alaskan Inuit Alaskan languages Alutiiq American Anchorage ANLC Athabaskan languages Atka began Bergsland bilingual education Bilingual Materials Development bilingual programs booklets Bristol Bay Bureau of Indian Chaplinski children speak comprehensive dictionary cultural English Bay English-only Eskimo languages Eskimo-Aleut especially Eyak Fairbanks future of Alaska Gambell grammar guage Haida Holikachuk important Indian Affairs Ingalik Inupiaq Jeff Leer Kobuk Kodiak Koyukon Kuskokwim Kutchin language families language in Alaska language policy Lawrence Island literacy literature Malemiut Materials Development Center Michael Krauss Moravians mutual intelligibility Na-Dene National Bilingual Materials Native Language Center Naukanski Navajo North Slope noun dictionary orthography perhaps printed published Qawiaraq recent Russian period school dictionary Seward Peninsula Sheldon Jackson Siberian Yupik speak the language Sugpiaq Summer Institute survival Tanacross teachers texts Tlingit Tsimshian University of Alaska Upper Kuskokwim Upper Tanana Veniaminov Western Aleut writing system youngest speakers Yukon Yupik language