A Characteristic Penutian Form of Stem

  title={A Characteristic Penutian Form of Stem},
  author={E. Sapir},
  journal={International Journal of American Linguistics},
  pages={58 - 67}
  • E. Sapir
  • History
  • International Journal of American Linguistics
parative Studies in Takelman, Kalapuyan and Chinookan Lexicography " (International Journal of American Linguistics, vol. I, n? 2, pp. I75-182) is a decidedly valuable and welcome contribution to our gradually progressing knowledge of the relations between the several linguistic " stocks " of the Pacific Coast. He does not go so far as to deduce genetic relationship between Takelma, Kalapuya, and Chinook on the basis of the lexical evidence presented in his paper, but he does " make bold to… Expand
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