Eskimo-Aleut

  • Michael E. Krauss

Abstract

The Eskimo-Aleut language family is a very well defined one, certainly distant from any other language family, and consisting of two clear-cut branches, Eskimo and Aleut.

Keywords

Bilingual Education Summer Institute Vowel Length Alaska Peninsula Indian Affair 
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