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ATHAPASKAN LINGUISTICS: .9679

@inproceedings{Phonology1981ATHAPASKANL,
  title={ATHAPASKAN LINGUISTICS: .9679},
  author={Proto-Athapaskan Phonology},
  year={1981}
}

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THE NA‐DENE LANGUAGES, A PRELIMINARY REPORT1
THE problem attacked in this paper is that of the genetic relationship of Athabaskan, Haida, and Tlingit. Important morphological, to a less extent also lexical, resemblances between Haida and
The Position of the Tsetsaut among Northern Athapaskans
  • George W. Tharp
  • Linguistics
    International Journal of American Linguistics
  • 1972
Although there is some truth in these remarks, I nonetheless believe that Hoijer has somewhat overstated the situation. Particularly is this the case for the very first language he mentions-Tsetsaut.
Proto-Athapaskan-Eyak and the Problem of Na-Dene: The Phonology
Gratifying progress in the reconstruction of Proto-Athapaskan has been made on the sure ground of rigorous comparative method and adequate documentation. In sharp contrast to this, the discussion of
Syllable Weight in Three Northern Athapaskan Languages
  • E. Cook
  • Linguistics
    International Journal of American Linguistics
  • 1977
0. The concept of syllable weight has been relatively well known among the students of Athapaskan linguistics, since the light/heavy syllable alternation in verb paradigms is a fairly common
The Synchronic and Diachronic Status of Sarcee γ y
  • E. Cook
  • Linguistics
    International Journal of American Linguistics
  • 1978
The Athapaskan languages show a regressive assimilation by which sibilants, including affricates, assimilate to a following sibilant by an alpha palatal ([ + high]) feature. For instance, in