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Central Kalapuya phonology : the segmental inventory of John Hudson's Santiam

@inproceedings{Lewis2003CentralKP,
  title={Central Kalapuya phonology : the segmental inventory of John Hudson's Santiam},
  author={J. Lewis},
  year={2003}
}
Central Kalapuya (CK), a language of Northwest Oregon, is not well known. This thesis attempts to show, through examples drawn from Melville Jacobs' field notebooks, the basic segmental phonology of John Hudson's dialect of Santiam. It finds three laryngeal (or phonation) types among occlusives and two each among fricatives and resonants. It attempts to account for Jacobs' apostrophes (for glottalization) in several ways. These include (1) debuccalization of first members of positional geminate… Expand
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