Jicarilla Apache

@article{Apache2002JicarillaA,
  title={Jicarilla Apache},
  author={Jicarilla Apache and Siri Tuttle},
  journal={Journal of the International Phonetic Association},
  year={2002},
  volume={32},
  pages={105 - 112}
}
Jicarilla Apache is an Eastern Apachean language, a member of the Athabaskan family of North American languages. The speech described here is that of one of the authors, Merton Sandoval of Dulce, New Mexico. The Apachean group is comprised of Western Apachean (Navajo; the Western Apache dialects Cibecue, San Carlos, and White Mountain; and Chiricahua and Mescalero) Eastern Apachean (Jicarilla, Lipan) and Plains Apache (formerly called Kiowa Apache). The other major groups of Athabaskan… Expand
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